Lady Owls Top Brainerd

McCullough, O'Donnell Lead Ooltewah To 59-28 Win

Thursday, January 13, 2022 - by Staff Reports

The Ooltewah girls made 17 of 26 free throws Thursday night at High-Jackson Gymnasium to upend Brainerd, 59-28.

 Jordan McCullough led the Lady Owls with 18 points, while teammate Faith O’Donnell was right behind with 17.

SUMMARY

OOLTEWAH            18     15     12     14 -- 59
BRAINERD              06     05     08     09 – 28

OOLTEWAH (59) –
Brown 2, Tharp 1, Torrence, Faith O’Donnell 17, Jordan McCullough 18, Mooney 3, Mathis 3, Harris, Bernier 9, Dunbar 6.
BRAINERD (28) – Washington 9, Walker 2, Belcher 8, Cal,  Martin, Mason 7.
3-POINT GOALS: Ooltewah 4 (O’Donnell 3, Mathis); Brainerd 1 (Belcher).



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