Lady ‘Cats face tough week against Todd, Hoptown
by Cadiz Record staff report
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Janada Acree outleaps the defense as she fights for a shot.
Janada Acree outleaps the defense as she fights for a shot.
Coming into Tuesday’s night-cap of the Double Header with Todd County Central the Lady Wildcats were riding high on after a 20 Point win at 0-19 Fulton City. As part of the Title IX provisions the Lady Wildcats would play in the 7:30 Feature game slot on Both Tuesday and Friday Night at Wildcat Gym.

The Lady Wildcat’s would be lead in scoring on the night by Elysia Brown coming off the bench with 11, Followed by Janada Acree, and Freshman Brooke Kearney. Acree pulled down 12 rebounds while Morgan Parker had 9 rebounds on the night.

If it was not for bad luck on this night the Lady Wildcats would have had no luck at all on this night when 20 of 23 shots would be off the mark. In a bright spot the Lady Wildcats out rebounded the Lady Rebels 42-29.

Todd Central (10-11) 15 38 52 78

Trigg County (6-18) 8 18 22 35

TODD CENTRAL – Case 16, Johnson 22, Simons 10, Turner 9, Stuard 4, T. Rose 4, Covington 4, K. Rose 4, Snardon 3, Hillman 2, Mitchell, Brown, McIntosh.

3-pointers 3 (Case 2, Turner).

TRIGG COUNTY – Brown 11, Acree 6, Kearney 6, Wortham 5, Williams 2,

Ke. Stewart 2, Want 2,Torian 1, Ka. Stewart, Sheehan.

3-pointers 2 (Kearney, Worth)

On Thursday the Lady Wildcats road trip to Dawson Springs would be put on hold.

During Friday Nights post game radio broadcast Coach Amy Breckel Explained why the game was rescheduled, “It was supposed to be Dawson Springs senior night and we wanted to give their seniors a chance to still have a senior night.”

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