Lady Dawgs pick up wins over RBS and Monterey

 

CLARKRANGE-The Clay County Lady Bulldogs headed into an early-season showdown with the defending district and state champ Lady Buffaloes here last night with a 5-0 record, including a pair of wins last week. 

 

The Lady Bulldogs kept their record perfect with an easy win over Red Boiling Springs and a tougher district win at Monterey. 

 

Last night’s contest was the last away game before the holiday break and following tournament action. The CCHS teams are scheduled to host Friendship Christian Friday night, Gordonsville on December 15 and Trousdale County on December 19 before the Christmas break.

 

The Lady Bulldogs are scheduled to participate in the Nera White holiday tournament in Lafayette December 28-30. 

 

PHOTO ABOVE RIGHT

CCHS’s Emma Olgetree posts up against Red Boiling Springs. (Photo courtesy Doug Strong)

 

Lady Dawgs…………….63

Red Boiling…………….40

 

CELINA-This game followed pretty much the same script as the boys game last Tuesday night (see related story), with a fairly close first half and a dominating second half by CCHS. 

 

Nine different Clay County players hit the scoring column, led by senior Sarah Ogletree with 17. She was joined in double figures by Rachel Burnette and Emma Ogletree, who combined for 21 points. 

 

CCHS got off to a good offensive start and led 17-11 after one against their former district rivals. The Lady Dawgs led 28-20 at the half. 

 

Clay County put the game away with a 23-point explosion in the third quarter, pushing the lead out to 51-33. 

 

LADY DAWGS (63)-Brown 4, Burnette 11, Cooper 4, Key 7, Kimes 6, E. Ogletree 10, S. Ogletree 17, Roach 2, Watson 2. 

Lady Dawgs…………….44

Monterey………………..38

 

MONTEREY-The Lady Dawgs picked up their first District 7-A win of the season against a scrappy Monterey squad.

 

The Lady Bulldogs outscored the hosts by two points in the first, a single point in the third, and three points in the final quarter. The squads scored nine points each in the second period.

 

CCHS led 11-9 after one, and 20-18 at intermission. The two teams warmed up a bit in the third quarter, during which the Lady Dawgs pushed their lead out to three. 

 

Burnette had her second good scoring game of the week, leading the CCHS effort with 15. Sarah Ogletree hit double figures again with 10. Karlie Watson added nine.

 

LADY DAWGS (44)-Burnette 15, Brown 2, Kimes 3, S. Ogletree 10, Roach 5, Watson 9. 

 

 

 

Lady Bulldog McKenzie Hamilton plays defense against Red Boiling Springs. (Photo courtesy Doug Strong)

Lady Bulldog McKenzie Hamilton plays defense against Red Boiling Springs. (Photo courtesy Doug Strong)