Lady Wildcats Defeat CGLA, 46-39

Michelle Roberts' 20 Points Not Enough For Mustangs

Thursday, January 13, 2022 - by Staff Reports
Hixson’s Lady Wildcats survived a fourth quarter run by Chattanooga Girls Leadership AcademyThursday night to keep their 46-39 win intact.

Down by just four points going into the final eight minutes, the Mustangs outscored Hixson in that period by an 11-8 margin, as Michelle Roberts poured in 11 of her game-high 20 points in the second half. Jahmya Toomey added 12, all on four long-range buckets, for CGLA.

The Lady Wildcats were paced by Anna Johnston with 14 points, while Tracy Quach added 13.

SUMMARY

HIXSON                 14     11     10     11 -- 46
CGLA                     06     12     13     08 – 39

HIXSON (46) –
Martinez 2, Brown, McCullough, Collier 8, Fuller 9, Tracy Quach 13, Anna Johnston 14, Sullivan, Kaylor, Beach.
CGLA (39) – Harvey 6, Stallion, Sanders, Jahmya Toomey 12, Dews 1, Glass, Sanford, Michelle Roberts 20.
3-POINT GOALS: Hixson 4 (Quach 2, Johnston 2); CGLA 6 (Harvey, Toomey 4, Roberts).


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