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Girls blast Toombs County, fall to Effingham

A night after a disappointing loss to AAAA Effingham County, the Lady Gamecocks of Roy Cooper improved to 13-4 on the season with a resounding 62-41 win over Toombs County in a 3AA cross over game Saturday night. 

Friday night the team will travel Southeast Bulloch for a subregion contest and on Saturday night the team will head to Dublin for another region cross over contest.

Still solidly in second place in 3AA-A, the victory over Toombs County pushed the locals to 4-0 against 3AA-B.  A trip to Augusta this past Tuesday to face Laney gave the Lady Gamecocks a chance to move into a first place tie with the high-flying Lady Wildcats.

A strong second half enabled the SCHS to slowly pull away from their host Lady Bulldogs on Saturday.  A 34-20 second half broke open a competitive first half. Symphony White had 14 and Cierra Anderson 12 while Bria Lonon and Artavia Zeigler had 11 rebounds each with Jasmine Roundtree having seven. White also dished out seven assists to go with six steals.  Lonon had eight steals.

No team in this decade has owned the Lady Gamecocks as the Lady Rebels of Effingham.  Though SCHS did claim a pair of victories in the 2006-07 season, those are the lone victories for the entire 21st century.  After a two-point loss on November 29, the Red and White felt confident as they headed to Springfield on Friday night.  That game two months ago was the first for SCHS and the fifth for ECHS, on Friday everything was more even.

Taking a lead of 13-11 after the first period the Red and White, usually a slow starting team, appeared ready to right the earlier wrong.  It did not work out that way, however.  While inside foul trouble hurt, a poor shooting night was the doom.  Still competitive while trailing 30-24 after three quarters, the Lady Gamecocks were outgunned 21-14 in the final stanza to fall 51-38.  Anderson had 12 and White 11.  Lonon, who fouled out, had six rebounds and Zeigler five as the team totaled a mere 19 total rebounds.