CHS splits games at Warren County
After three heartbreaking losses by a total of five points at the Smoky Mountain Classic, the Coffee County Central Lady Raiders won in a big way tonight (Friday) with a 52-24 blowout against Warren County. The Red Raiders experienced their own heartbreak, however, with a 46-45 loss in the final three seconds of the boys’ game. It was the District 6-AAA opener for both teams.
Ginny Clayborne scored 19 points against Warren County Friday. (Staff photo by Milton Stanley)
Scoring for the Coffee County Lady Raiders were Ginny Clayborne (19), Alaina Lusk (14), Ta’Neesa Buchanan (10), Michaela Gregory (5), and Katie Reid (4). Top scorers for the Lady Pioneers were Bri Melton (8), Camerie Martin (4), and Megan Dishman (4).
More photos from the girls’ and boys’ games are available at our online photo gallery.
In the boy’s game Lake Elam and Lance Crismond were top scorers, each with 12, followed by
Lake Elam (pictured), along with Lance Crismond, led Coffee County with 12 points. (Staff photo by Milton Stanley)
Lucas Crismond (10), Anthony Jackson (6), Austin Baugh (3), and Peyton Talley (2). Leading scorers for Warren County were Tucker Smith (17) and Kendell Rutledge (14).
CHS plays at home Monday against Cannon County.
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