Thursday, January 27, 2011
Cards sweep W. Union
By BARRY BURLESON
Potts Camp teams invaded West Union Tuesday of last week and left with a pair of Region 2-1A victories.
Tenesha Woods scored more than half of the Lady Cardinals’ points in a 45-40 win. The sophomore poured in 23.
Potts Camp trailed 9-7 after one quarter but bounced back to lead 20-18 at intermission. They maintained that two-point lead after three and then outscored West Union 10-7 in the fourth.
Zana Davis added 10 points in the five-point win.
The Lady Cards improved to 9-11 overall.
Points were hard to come by in the nightcap as the Potts Camp boys turned back West Union 39-22.
“They (West Union) slowed it down some, and we had not played in a week (due to snow and ice),” coach Shawn Holtz said. “Our shots were off. It was a sloppy game.
“But we got it going and got the win.”
The Cardinals led 7-4 after one quarter and 17-11 at the half. They secured the win with a 15-4 run in the third period.
LaJohn Curry had 12 points to lead Potts Camp.
The Cards upped their overall season mark to 6-14.
Girls vs. N. Panola
The Potts Camp Lady Cardinals dropped a 49-45 decision Saturday to North Panola in the “By His Grace Classic” at North Pontotoc.
A 15-8 run by North Panola in the second quarter proved to be the difference.
Woods scored 19 for Potts Camp (9-12). Zana Davis added 15.
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