All Coffee County Basketball came to a close Monday night. The Lady Raiders fell to Cleveland 50-37 in the Region Semifinals at Bradley Central on Feb. 27.
The first quarter saw the only Coffee County lead of the game with the first points 2-0. Emaleigh Tarpley, Alivia Reel and Chloe Gannon each contributed points throughout, but ultimately fell behind 12-7.
The Lady Raiders fought on, but Cleveland held a halftime lead of 21-13. Only Chloe Gannon and Channah Gannon scored in the second quarter.
During the third, things looked hopeful for Coffee County. The Lady Raiders outscored Cleveland 9-5 thanks to points from Tarpley, Olivia Vinson, Chloe Gannon and Channah Gannon.
The Lady Raiders cut the score 22-20 during the third, but couldn’t seem to quite catch up. By the end of the third quarter, Cleveland pushed their lead out 26-22.
In the final quarter of the game, Tarpley, Reel and Gannon scored a total of 15 points. But that was no match for 24 points from Cleveland. The Lady Raiders lost 50-37. Chloe Gannon led the team with 15 points.
Coffee County Lady Raiders Basketball’s season comes to a close with 30-3 overall.
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