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Trigg County Hammers Christian Fellowship 60-22

Trigg County used a strong third quarter to beat Christian Fellowship 60-22 Monday Night at Wildcat Gym.  The Lady Wildcats outscored CFS 21-6 in the quarter on their way to the win.

Trigg County shot 46-percent from the field, led by junior Mallory Mize who hit 9-of-13 shots for 20 points.  Deja Murphy added eight points, and Alison Russell and Lauren Oliver each scored eight points.  Oliver also grabbed eight rebounds as the Lady Wildcats held a 38-18 advantage on the boards.

CFS (3-10) got 15 points from Emily Bridges.

Trigg County has never lost to Christian Fellowship in 13 career meetings.
The Lady Wildcats (4-12) looks to make it two wins in a row Thursday when they host Fort Campbell at 6pm at Wildcat Gym.


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Locations : Trigg County
People : Alison RussellDeja MurphyEmily BridgesLauren OliverMallory Mize

01/24/2014 1:41AM
Trigg County Hammers Christian Fellowship 60-22
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