Peggs tops Tenkiller
The Tenkiller Warriors and the Peggs Panthers battled it out in the Semifinals of the County Tournament Thursday night for the right to go on the the finals. The Panthers and Warriors struggled in a low-scoring affair and a tight game throughout. Late in the fourth period the game came down to free throws. There was two flagrant fouls in the final minute of play as both teams got physical. Tenkiller’s Lucy Medlock was sent to the line for the Warriors as she had a chance to put her team up by one with under a minute to go. Medlock was unable to hit either free throw as Peggs received the rebound. With nine seconds remaining, the Panthers’ Tasha Applegate hit two free throws to give Peggs a 3-point lead as they would go on to win 20-17.
Peggs: Applegate 10, Evans 6, Ballou 2, Jarrell 2
Tenkiller: Bolin 9, Medlock 4, Bliss 3, Girdner 1
Briggs rolls over Woodall
Briggs and Woodall played in what was the other semifinal game of the day. After a 1-0 first quarter the game started to pick up as Briggs started to get going from the field led by Erica Sampson who had a game high 10 points as she led her to team to te finals with a 23-14 win over the Wildcats. Briggs will face Peggs in the Finals of the Girls Bracket Friday night at 7 p.m.
Briggs: Sampson 10, Smith 6, Patrick 4, Jones 2, Guthrie 1
Woodall: Davis 5, Garrett 5, Gann 2, Kimble 2
Wildcats hammer Shady Grove
In early boys action the Woodall Wildcats hammered Shady Grove 30-12 behind Adam Stoval,l who had a game high 14 points as he helped carry his team to the finals. Woodall jumped out to a big halftime lead and Shady Grove just couldn’t recover as they will play in the third place game Friday.
Woodall: Stovall 14, Thirsty 5, Vann 4, Dreapeau 2, Dreadfulwater 2
Shady Grove: Smith 8, Henson 4
Panthers bite Lowrey
In other semifinal action the Peggs played host to Lowrey in what was a tighly fought game. Lowrey led early after one, but the Panthers would respond with a big second half to take control of the game, as they went on to win 44-37. The Panthers had three guys in double figures as they move on to the finals to face Woodall.
Peggs: Tinsley 12, Deardeuff 12, Griggs 11, Conner 6, Lewis 2
Lowrey: Copeland 12, Mouse 9, Sisco 9, Vanover 6, Poe 2
Peggs tops Tenkiller
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