Lady Cats can’t overcome slow start versus Logan
by Community First Sports --
Feb 11, 2009 | 0 0 comments | 6 6 recommendations | email to a friend | print
RUSSELLVILLE – The visiting Trigg County Lady Cats couldn’t overcome a slow start Saturday on the road at Logan County in a girls' high school basketball game between two teams from different regions. Host Logan County established an early advantage, outscoring Trigg County 16-9 in the first quarter. Logan County started fast and finished strong, defeating Trigg County 68-50.

“Logan played some tough man to man defense and rattled us early in the game,” said Trigg County Coach Amy Breckel. “Once we gained our composure we had a good second quarter and was able to handle their pressure. In the end foul trouble really settle the outcome of the game. We had four players foul out and three of them were our starters.”

Logan County led Trigg County 27-20 at halftime. Starting the second half in solid fashion, Logan County outscored Trigg County 22-15 in the first frame after the intermission.

Brooke Kearney hit a pair of three-point field goals and led Trigg County with 14 points. Trinity Wortham had two three-pointers and added 12 points for the Lady Cats.

Janada Acree pushed in eight points for Trigg County. Acree led Trigg County on the boards, pulling down a game-high 11 rebounds for the Lady Cats.

Acree has now surpassed 900 rebounds in her prep career.

Ashley Matlock scored six points, Elysia Brown netted four and Alyssa Maxey scored three for the Lady Cats. Dori Sheehan scored two points and Audrey Futrell dented the scoring column on a free throw for Trigg County.

The Lady Cats dropped to 5-13 following the loss to Logan County (10-9).
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