|Published: 1:45 PM, 01/30/2013
Author: Brandon Keys
Source: The Monroe County Advocate
CLEVELAND - SequoyahвЂ™s
poor shooting in the second
half doomed the Lady Chiefs, as
the lost 53-49 to Walker Valley
on Thursday night.
The Lady Chiefs hit just 8 of
20 free throws and were limited
to just 4 third quarter points.
Emily Ingram led all scorers
with 16 points. No other Lady
Chief hit double digits in points.
Sequoyah was close at the half
as they trailed 26-25 at the half.
The four point third quarter
didnвЂ™t help, but when you add
that fact to this fourth quarter
stat, it can make a road win
tough to earn. Walker Valley hit 11 of 16
free throws in the last quarter
to ice the game.
Mustangs scored only 8 points
from the field in the last eight
minutes. This game came down
to shooting, and Walker Valley
made their shots.
Sequoyah had two players
reach 8 points in Danielle
Slack and Savana Atchely.
Four Lady Chiefs had 4 points.
Kassidi Freeman had 4 points
to go along with her 10 blocks.
Hunter Simpson, Chancey
Welshan and Laura Whited
all had 4 points. Josee Weese
added a free throw in the loss.
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