|Published: 12:02 PM, 01/30/2013
Author: Brandon Keys
Source: The Monroe County Advocate
- The Lady Chiefs found themselves on the wrong end of a the halftime
score on the road in Benton. The upstart Wild Kittens held a 3-point
advantage with two quarters to play. Sequoyah shut down any hope of
an upset with a 23-5 third quarter, and carried that lead to the end
with a 57-34 victory.
teams were knotted up at 14 at the end of the first, and Polk was
excited about the tempo of the contest. Sequoyah was outscored 11-8
in the secÂond quarter, marking the first time since the Cosby
tournaÂment they had scored less than 10 points in a quarter.
the half, the Lady Chiefs figured out their problems and began the
third with a more deterÂmined approach. Sequoyahâ€™s defense
limited Polk County to just nine points in 16 secÂond half
Chiefs guard Josee
who scored three points on the night, described the second half push.
â€śWe played better in the second half. We focused more, and just
made shots. We werenâ€™t going to let this win slip away,â€ť said
Sequoyah with an even 20 points. Kassidi
eight points, pulled down 11 rebounds and climbed over the 500 blocks
mark for her career with six on the night. Freeman
now has 502 in close to four seasons. Savana
eight points, while Danielle
seven as well. Chancey
with three, and Jessica
a free throw. The Lady Chiefs will host McMinn Central in a battle
for first place in 5-AA on Friday night inside the Chop House
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