PRICEVILLE — Jolee Cole lite up the scoreboard Monday night in the Morgan County Tournament.The Danville junior scored 29 points to lead the Hawks to a 52-44 victory over West Morgan. The No. 10-ranked team in Class 4A advances to the girls semifinals Thursday to play Hartselle, the No. 4 ranked team in Class 6A.Cole had seven points in the first half and her team trailed 19-11 at intermission.“We knew we were going to win this game,” Cole said.
When asked about the Morgan County Tournament, Hartselle basketball players Anna Mathis and Moriah Taylor start listing girls on opposing teams, who they either played with or against in AAU competition.It’s a long list. Some of the names are Danville’s Jolee Cole, Brewer’s Shyan Flack, Priceville’s Kathleen Wheeler, Brewer’s McCarley Northway and Priceville’s Jenna Walker. Taylor and Wheeler were All-State selections last season.
The first game may be more than eight months away, but the football field at the new Austin High School on Modaus Road is ready for when the Black Bears host Decatur on Aug. 31.The big crowd that filled up Morris-Smith Gym last Friday to watch Austin at Decatur basketball will be glad to know that it will be different next season.
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