Rhea Girls Fall To White County In District 6-AAA Opener

Monday, December 09, 2013 - by Special to Chattanoogan.com

Rhea County’s Jessee Wallis and Julie Brown combined for 33 points in the Lady Golden Eagles’ 73-58 high school basketball loss at White County on Friday.

Wallis scored 17 points and Brown added 16 for Rhea County (5-2, 0-1 District 6-AAA).

Loren Foster led White County with 22 points, including six 3-pointers.

SUMMARY

Rhea County             15 12 14 17 – 58

White County            21 14 15 23 – 73

Rhea County (58) – Revis 6, Loden 4, Jessee Wallis 17, Thurman 3, Julie Brown 16, Levi 12.

White County (73) – Bella Taylor 16, Amber Hudgends 10, Cash 2, Loren Foster 22, Howard 7, Kelsey Roberts 11, Lewis 8.

3-Point Goals: Rhea County 8 (Brown 3, Revis 2, Levi 2, Wallis 1; White County 8 (Foster 6, Howard, Roberts).

(E-mail Larry Fleming at larryfleming44@gmail.com)


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