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Tigerettes tumble to fourth in 8-A
Feb 23, 2007 12:00 am
GORDONSVILLE — Watertown's girls had chances to blow Trousdale County away in the first half of Tuesday's District 8-A consolation contest.
But the Lady Jackets hung around and it was they who decked the Tigerettes 41-30.
The teams were tied 22-22 through three periods before the Lady Jackets buzzed to third place and dropped the Tigerettes to fourth with a 14-14 record.
Chelsea Brown bagged 11 points for Trousdale while Chelsea Dickerson dropped in two three-pointers as she and Amber Spears each tossed in 10.
Miaushia Thompson finished with 14 points in the post for Watertown while Brittnee Sells, the target of Trousdale's box-and-one defense, added eight, Carley Smith five and Sarah Reeder a three-pointer.
Watertown overcame a 6-4 first-quarter deficit to lead by as much as five points in the second period before settling for a 14-11 halftime edge.
The Tigerettes will travel to No. 3 Red Boiling Springs, the District 7 champion, in Friday's Region 4-A opener.
Gordonsville won the championship game 42-38 over Westmoreland.
The boys' tournament will wrap up tonight as top-seed Friendship Christian faces Gordonsville in the 8 p.m. finals. Trousdale County and Westmoreland will meet in the 6:30 p.m. consolation contest.