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McKenzie and Dresden opened the second half of the season playing each other at Dresden last Friday night with the two teams splitting games.Dresden 46, McKenzie 42The girls contest was close from …
McKenzie and Dresden opened the second half of the season playing each other at Dresden last Friday night with the two teams splitting games.
Dresden 46, McKenzie 42
The girls contest was close from start to finish with Dresden slipping by the Lady Rebels at the end. McKenzie led 14-11 at the end of one period. Camille Travis led the way with a pair of threes while Savannah Nesbitt, Shelby Davis, and Anna Callahan added two points each during the period. Dresden was paced by Katie Washburn with five points while Lucy Curry and Rachel Childress added three points and two points respectively.
McKenzie held the lead at halftime 24-22 despite Dresden outscoring the Lady Rebels 11-10 during the second period. Davis led the way with three points while Nesbitt, Callahan, and Kylie Reynolds all added two points each for the Lady Rebels. Washburn added five more points in the second period while Curry put in a pair of free throws and Carson Johnson had four points for the Lady Lions.
It was the third period the Lady Lions made their move to take over the game with a 14-8 effort during the period to take a 36-32 lead by the end of the third period. Washburn had a pair of threes in the period to lead the Lady Lions while Childress added four points along with Johnson with three points.
The two teams scored ten points each in the fourth period as Dresden won 46-42.
McKenzie was led by Shelby Davis with 14 points while Dani Dyer added nine points and Camille Travis added 8 points. Savannah Nesbitt had five points along with Anna Callahan with four points. Kylie Reynolds chipped in two points for the Lady Rebels
Dresden was led by Katie Washburn with 20 points followed by Rachel Childress and Lucy Curry with nine points each while Carson Johnson added eight points for the Lady Lions.
McKenzie 72, Dresden 42
The Rebels blew open a close game with a 28-point second period performance and never looked back in the contest. It was 16-12 in favor of McKenzie at the end of the first period. Three players paced McKenzie with Lucas King scoring four, Lazerick Hill scoring four and Nate Whitsell scoring three points for the Rebels. For Dresden, it was Trey Adams and Porter Finney leading the way with four points each while Raymond Johnson and Divers Lockhart had two points each for the Lions.
Whitsell paced McKenzie’s 28-point second period with 10 points including a pair of threes. Hill and Micah Austin each added seven points each. King and Lane Horton chipped in two points each during the period. The Rebels took a 44-22 lead at the half. Steven Hobock led Dresden with five points in the period while Kaleb Dilday had two and Lockhart had three points for the Lions.
McKenzie added to the lead in the third period outscoring Dresden 16-10 to lead 60-32 headed into the final period. King paced the Rebels with five points in the third period, Evan Jarrett had two points, Austin nailed a three while Whitsell added two. Hobock had three in the third period while Finney, Dilday, and Lockhart all added two points each. Johnson chipped in a point for the Lions.
The Rebels played several substitutes in the fourth period with some of them scoring as McKenzie edged Dresden 12-10 during the final period. King hit a three early in the period while Zayden McCaslin scored two, Eli Surber hit a three, Zach Aird hit a three, and Jaden Currie scored two for the Rebels. Johnson and Lockhart paced Dresden with four points each while Dilday added two more points in the final period.
Nate Whitsell led four Rebels in double figures with 16 points followed by Lucas King with 15, Lazerick Hill with 12 and Micah Austin also with 12 points. Eli Surber and Zack Aird had three points each while Lane Horton, Evan Jarrett, Caleb Gill, Zayden McCaslin, and Jaden Currie all had two points each for the Rebels.
Divers Lockhart led Dresden with 11 points followed by Steven Hobock with eight points and Raymond Johnson with seven points. Kaleb Dilday and Porter Finney added six points each for the Lions.