Gregg sets new ca­reer-high with 42 in road vic­tory

The Catoosa County News - - SPORTS - By Scott Herpst [email protected]

The LFO Lady War­riors be­gan last week with a 56-41 win over Har­al­son County in Tal­lapoosa as Macey Gregg en­joyed a record-set­ting night.

The se­nior set a new ca­reer-high with 42 points and added eight steals in last Tues­day’s win. Anna Roun­tree picked up eight points and grabbed eight re­bounds. Mil­i­jah Wil­liams had just one point, but col­lected seven steals. Dekeia Rowe had three points and Alesya Mcbur­nett added two for LFO.

Back in Fort Oglethorpe for the home opener on Fri­day, LFO held a slim 25-24 lead at half­time and took a 35-32 lead into the start of the fourth quar­ter. How­ever, vis­it­ing Coahulla Creek would hold the Lady War­riors to just eight points in the fi­nal pe­riod as the Lady Colts ral­lied for the 48-43 win.

Gregg had a game-high 24 points for LFO. Wil­liams hit three 3-point­ers on her way to 17 points, while Mackenzie Be­g­ley had the fi­nal two points for the Lady War­riors.

Then against Murray County on Satur­day in Chatsworth, the Redand-white dropped a 58-49 de­ci­sion to fall to 2-4 over­all and 1-2 in re­gion play.

The Lady In­di­ans took con­trol for good by outscor­ing LFO in the third quar­ter, 18-8, af­ter go­ing into half­time tied 20-20.

Gregg had 24 points, fol­lowed by Roun­tree with nine and Ateana Copeland with six.

The LFO boys opened Re­gion 6-AAA play with a 65-43 road win over the Rebels last Tues­day. Ruddy Ware had 13 on the night, in­clud­ing a break­away dunk in the third quar­ter that put the War­riors up by 20 points.

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