Hailey Gass draws a foul as she goes up for two in Saturday's game
against Chattooga's Lady Indians.
By: Eddy Gifford, Publisher
The Dade County
Lady Wolverine basketball team only got in one game last week thanks to Mother
Since there was
no school on Tuesday due to the cold weather the Lady Wolverines game was
canceled and they didn’t have a Friday game scheduled.
They did get to
play on Saturday, a makeup game from last Saturday against the Chattooga Lady
The days off
apparently had an effect on the Lady Wolverines as they struggled to score
early in the game. After four minutes of play the Lady Wolverines trailed the
visiting Lady Indians 4-0.
A pair of free
throws by Jessica Vaughan put the Lady Wolverines on the board but they
wouldn’t score again until one minute remained in the first quarter. Then a
basket by Sarah Reid and one by Lauren Breeden tied the score 6-6 at the end of
the first quarter.
picked up the tempo in the second quarter and the Lady Wolverines ended the
first half up by three points, 18-15.
quarter belonged to the Lady Wolverines as they dominated play and built a 10
point lead, 29-19, holding the Lady Indians to only four points.
Wolverines continued to dominate play in the fourth quarter and came away with
a big Region 7AA win, 43-28.
Tori Gass led
the Lady Wolverines with 13 points followed by Reid with 11 and Breeden with
9 4 9
12 11 14
(43) –Sarah Reid 11, T. Gass 13, H. Gass 3, Breeden 9, Bonner 5, Vaughan 2.
This week the
Lady Wolverines will host Armuchee at 7 p.m. on Friday, Pepperell on Saturday beginning at 3 p.m., and Coosa on Tuesday at