Rhea County Clips Warren County, 46-41, For 15th Win

Saturday, January 18, 2014 - by Special to Chattanoogan.com

Amber Levi scored 18 points and Rhea County’s girls defeated Warren County, 46-41, Friday night.

The Lady Golden Eagles jumped out to a 15-3 first-quarter lead and held on for their 15th win in 19 games. Rhea County improved to 3-1 in Region 6-AAA.

Julie Brown scored 13 points for Rhea.

Warren County                      3 12 11 15 – 41

Rhea County                          15 10 7 14 – 46

Warren County (41) – Saydee Winfree 10, Newby 5, Myers 9, Martin 6, Mason 5, Hitchcock 1, Smith 5.

Rhea County (46) – Amber Levi 18, Julie Brown13, Wallis 7, Thurman 2, Miles 2, Loden 2, Revis 2.

3-Point Goals: Warren County 6 (Myers 2, Winfree 2, Martin, Mason); Rhea County 4 (Levi 3, Brown).

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