Rhea County wins girls game 67-36, boys game 92-53
Evensville, TN — Rhea County High School Eagles and Lady Eagles both took care of business at home with wins over Marion County on Monday. They don’t get much time to rest as East Hamilton comes to visit with girls’ game beginning at 6 pm on Tuesday night.
Lady Eagles 67 Marion County 36
Lady Eagles had a fast 8-0 start, but Marion came back to trail 20-15 at end of first quarter. Lady Eagles used 23-9 second quarter to take 42-24 lead at the half and got plenty of playing time for reserves in the 67-36 win. Mallory Hampton, Micah Black and Haley Cameron led the offense with 22, 15 and 13 points respectively.
Coach Darvin Gill said, “We probably didn’t play with the urgency that I would like to see early but we did get the energy level up and played better as game went on.”
“We are starting a lot of young players, so there is still lot of learning going on.”
|Varsity||RCHS Girls||Girls||3 Pt||FTA||FTM|
|Score by Quarter||1||2||3||4|
Eagles 92 Marion 53
Eagles had good first quarter in going up 26-13 but Marion fought back with 28-20 second quarter to cut lead to 46-41 at the half. Eagles got to rolling though in second half with 56-12 advantage in second half to win handily 92-53. Jordan Wilkerson and Kannon Oggs combined for 9 three point goals and finished with 23 and 22 points each to power the Eagle offense.
Coach Daniel Curtis said, “Kannon Oggs happened tonight. When Kannon steps up like he did tonight, we are much better on offense.”
“Lot of players got into the game and saw some good things off the bench.”
“Looking for battle tomorrow night against East Hamilton.”
|Varsity||RCHS Boys||Boys||3 Pt||FTA||FTM|
|Score||Score by Quarter||1||2||3||4|