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Worden foul shots lift Lady Saints past Trousdale Countyt Trousd
Dec 05, 2006 12:00 am
MT. JULIET — Sarah Worden sank two free throws with 12 seconds to play Thursday night, lifting Mt. Juliet Christian's girls to what is believed to be their first-ever win over Trousdale County, 34-33.
The Lady Saints led the whole way until Amber Spears scored with a minute left to put Trousdale in front for the first time 33-32.
"I was very proud of them," Mt. Juliet Christian coach David Kitchen said. "It was very encouraging and it was a step in the right direction."
Worden's free throws gave her 10 points, including a pair of three-pointers, as the Lady Saints won their District 8-A opener to improve to 2-3 for the season.
Anna Haley also tossed in 10 points for Mt. Juliet Christian while Christine Humes added eight and Ashley Hudson six.
Paige Hudson had eight rebounds while Worden and Humes each secured six.
Chelsea Brown fired in four threes on her way to 18 points for Trousdale County.
"She was hitting shots everywhere," Kitchen said of Brown.
The Lady Saints led 8-4 following the first quarter, 17-9 at halftime and 22-19 through three periods.
Mt. Juliet Christian will host district rival Westmoreland at 6 p.m. Tuesday.
Lady Wildcats whip Stratford by 80
NASHVILLE — Wilson Central may have set a school record for margin of victory Thursday night when the Lady Wildcats walloped host Stratford 98-18.
The Lady 'Cats jumped to a 22-2 first-quarter lead and carried a 48-8 margin into halftime as they climbed to 6-0.
"Sometimes during the season you need games where you cna work on other things you don't in a tight contest," Lady Wildcat coach Bud Brandon said.
Forward Tierney Jenkins tossed in 23 points while center Jamine Hassell knocked down 19. Chelsea Burroughs drove for 17 while Kristyn Clark threw in three 3-pointers on her way to 13 and Jessyca Christopher two triples en route to 10. Kelsey McGee notched nine points, Lauren Farmer a three and Sara Williams two.
The Lady Wildcats will open their District 9-AAA schedule at LaVergne at 6:30 p.m. Tuesday.