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November weather disrupts game schedule for MCHS

Suzanna Brabant Contributing Writer

December 9, 2013

The weather forecast alone has wreaked havoc with the Tiger’s game schedule. Three games in the last three weeks have been cancelled: the November 19th game against Trousdale County was moved to January 11th, 2014. The November 26th game against Lebanon was moved to December 14th. And the December 6th game against Livingston Academy was moved to December 12th.
Before the Thanksgiving holiday, on Friday, November 22nd, the boy’s team managed a close game against Westmoreland. They lost by two points, 38-41, but played to win. The girls also played a close game against Westmoreland, achieving a two-point victory at 50-48. The girls played a second game on November 30th against Joliet Catholic from Illinois. They lost 40-69. Let’s hope the teams get a chance to play this coming week. Home games are scheduled for Tuesday, December 10th against Upperman, Thursday, December 12th against Livingston, and Saturday, December 14th against Lebanon. The Saturday game starts at 3 pm. Additionally, they are scheduled to play an away game against York Institute on Friday, December 13th.
11/22 MCHS v Westmoreland Boys 38-41
On Friday, November 22nd, 2014, the Tigers played Westmoreland. They held the lead throughout the game but lost by two points in the fourth quarter. With 10 points to his credit, #20 Evan Perrigo was the highest scorer. He was followed by #44 Dillon McCormick, who scored 7. #30 Mayson Shrum and #25 Trace McPherson scored 6 points each. Rounding out the score, #23 Peyton Clark added 5 points and sank a three pointer. #10 Michael Ashburn added 3 points and #32 Clay Carnahan added 1. It’s hard to lose in the last quarter, but losing by two points is even harder. The game ended with Westmoreland on top 38-41.
11/22 MCHS v Westmoreland Girls 50-48
The Tigerettes game against Westmoreland was a little more successful. Like the boys, they held the lead throughout the game. With three 3’s and a total of 17 points in the fourth quarter, Westmoreland almost came back to tie up the game, but with three 3’s of their own and a free-throw point, the Tigerettes maintained their lead and won the game 50-48. The girls made 9 of 17 free-throws, 10 of 25 two-point and 7 of 14 three-point baskets. #23 Briley Driver was the highest scorer with 17 points, including two 3’s. #40 Leah Anderson made 13 points. #22 Reese Shrum made four 3-point field goals for a total of 12 points. #12 Paige Clark added 5 points. And, #42 Lyndsey Belton added 3. The Tigerettes won 50-48.
11/30 MCHS v Joliet Catholic Girls 40-69
The girls had less luck with an out-of-state team from Illinois, Joliet Catholic, whom they played on Saturday, November 30th. The game isn’t included on the regular season schedule, but playing it gave the Tigerettes a chance to stretch their muscles after the holiday break. They lost the game 40-69 to an impressive offense from Joliet but made 10 of 23 free-throws, 6 of 19 two-point and 6 of 25 three-point baskets. #23 Briley Driver made 14 points and two of the six successful three-point shots. #40 Leah Anderson made 6 points. #14 Paige Clark made 5 points, including a 3. #24 Sarah Carter made 4 points, including a 3. #12 Kassidy Brooks and
#22 Reese Shrum each made a 3 point field goal. #54 Kinsley Green and #20 Macy Kemp each made 2 points. And #10 Marisa Owens made 1.