Jr. Lady Cyclones take two of three in roundball play
BY IVAN SANDERS
STAR SPORTS EDITOR
The T.A. Dugger Jr. Lady Cyclones had a good run on the hardwood recently taking two of three contests they played. The following is a recap of those contests.
The Jr. Lady Cyclones bolted out to a 30-13 advantage and never looked back in defeating conference foe Greeneville 46-22.
Andrea Flores was a scoring machine for Coach Matt Fox as she scored 18 of her game-high 22 points in the first half to help stake the Jr. Lady Cyclones to a lead they wouldn’t relinquish.
Michelle Shields had a solid night reaching double figures with 10 points. Jamira Smalls played strong on the inside recording five points.Jasy Shell was 1-of-2 from the free-throw line to close out the scoring for TAD.
Maria Lyde and Jordan Swatell scored eight points apiece to lead the Jr. Lady Greene Devils in the contest.
The Jr. Lady Cyclones notched their second win by downing the Jr. Lady Vikes by a 20-point margin, 47-27.
Michelle Shields set the tone in the win by gunning in 20 points to pace TAD. Andrea Flores also reached double figures by dropping 16 points in the contest.
Lilly McDuffie played a contributing role by netting eight points in the win. Kaylynn Nave recorded four points to balance the scoring log for the Jr. Lady Cyclones.
Granger led Vance in the game with nine points.
Two long times foes met on the court as the Jr. Lady Cyclones were looking to keep their winning streak rolling but Liberty Bell wasn’t going to have any of it as the Lady Patriots managed to just squeeze past TAD by four points, 41-37.
Kinley Painter was definitely painting the cotton as she fired in 15 points to lead Liberty Bell to the win. Kirsten Heaton also reached double figures for the Lady Patriots with 10 in the game.
Michelle Shields and Andrea Flores knocked down 13 points apiece in the contest to lead the Jr. Lady Cyclones.
Kayelyn Nave added seven points in the loss while Lilly McDuffie recorded four points.
The Jr. Lady Cyclone junior varsity team fought hard against Greeneville but just couldn’t pull out the contest dropping a six-point loss to the Jr. Lady Greene Devils.
Rylee May scored nine points to lead TAD while Jasy Shell knocked down seven points.
Adrian Heading and Abby Guinn closed out the scoring for the Jr. Lady Cyclones with five and three points respectively.
It was an uphill battle that the Jr. Lady Cyclones couldn’t overcome as they dropped the 14-point decision to the Jr. Lady Vikes in junior varsity action.
Sadie Williams scored eight points to lead TAD. Adrian Heading chipped in with seven points while Rylee May and Jasy Shell contributed with four points each.
Reagan May added two points for the girls from TAD.