Trigg gets balanced effort in win over Christian Fellowship
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Trigg County snapped a two-game losing streak with a 59-44 win at Christian Fellowship Jan. 6 in Draffenville.

The win was even more impressive for the Lady Wildcats, who played without leading scorer Felicia Crenshaw. The senior guard, who averages 14 points a game, sat out with a knee injury suffered two days earlier in a loss to Livingston Central.

Eighth grader Laykn Brooks was inserted at the point guard position and responded with nine points and three assists.

Molly Walters also saw some time at the point and scored nine points and grabbed six rebounds.

Laquisha Boyd led Trigg County with 13 points, while Davida Braxton hit a pair of 3-pointers and finished with a career-high 11 points.

"They both picked up the scoring slack with Felicia out of the lineup. It was good to see Davida hit some shots," Lady Wildcat head coach Amy Breckel said.

Trinity Wortham and Janada Acree both came off the bench to score six points for the Lady Wildcats, who shot 34-percent (20-of-59) from the field.

Trigg County led 14-9 after one quarter and extended their lead to 26-20 by halftime.

The Lady Wildcats used a 14-6 third quarter run to seal the win.

Christian Fellowship (1-6) was led by Julie Cassity’s 14 points. Amber Solomon added 11 points.

While Trigg County was outrebounded 41-35, they hit a season-high 17 free throws in 31 attempts for 55-percent.

The Lady Wildcats improved to 12-0 lifetime against the Lady Eagles.
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