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February 1, 2014

Sequoyah posts pair of wins over Cascia Hall

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Leach finished with just six points and one rebound, while turning the ball over three times.

Girls: Sequoyah 58, Cascia Hall 30

Cascia Hall           3              12           11           4              30

Sequoyah            15           16           14           13           58

CASCIA HALL: Reagan Derr 12, Kennedy Cox 10, Marjorie Rooney 3, Emma Hills 3, Greer Walseth 2, Regan Beyers 0, Liza Lang 0, Sarah Pixley 0, Morgan Peters 0, Molleigh McCann 0, McKenzie Miley 0, Savvy Hart 0, Rachel Smith 0. Totals 10-41 6-12 30.

SEQUOYAH: Jhonnett Cookson 15, Audrey Ballou 11, Cenia Hayes 8, Loren Young 7, Amy Tiger 5, Jakkie Wright 5, Sierra Polk 3, Taylor Owl 2, Feather Pacheco 2, Kelsey Leach 0, Courtney Tiger 0. Totals 23-50 7-15 58.

Boys: Sequoyah 57, Cascia Hall 53

Cascia Hall           10           14           13           16           53

Sequoyah            12           18           18           9              57

CASCIA HALL: Bryce Carter 21, Patrick Kaltenbacher 10, Derek Cole 9, Hayden Hedrick 4, Will Daugherty 4, Michael Bloomfield 3, Adam Outlaw 2, Jack Stagg 0. Totals 22-43 6-11 53.

SEQUOYAH: Caisen Green 18, Elijah Tucker 10, Zach Parish 9, Quinton Johnston 7, B.J. Leach 6, Elan Eagle 3, Kris Collins 3, Kyle Sanders 1, Nick Kingfisher 0. Totals 20-42 11-14 57.

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