2014-01-15 / Sports

Clay City Holds On For JV Win Over Owen Valley

Staff Report

Clay City scored 19 first half points and held on for a 31-27 junior varsity girls’ basketball win Monday night at Owen Valley.

“We were a little rusty and missed a lot of shots we would normally make,” Owen Valley coach Brian Greene said. “Bottom line is we played hard against a quality team, but they played better.”

Junior guard Ashley Hooks netted a team-high nine points for Owen Valley, followed by sophomore center Lexi Richardson with seven, freshman forward Hailey Mitchell five, junior guard Brittany Swaim four, and freshman guard Daucyn Wesley with two.

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