COSBY—The Eagles and Lady Eagles will have to wait to move one step closer to securing regular season district titles.Due to impending inclement weather, Cosby’s District 2-A matchups with Washburn had to be postponed from Friday night. A makeup date is still to be determined for later in the season. The No. 8 Eagles are currently riding a 13-game winning streak, that will now be put to the test in non-district play against Grainger on Monday.
SEVIERVILLE—Despite a hot start on the offensive end, the Cocke County High Fighting Cocks flamed out early.Cocke County buried four 3-pointers in the first quarter, and seven in the first half, but a second quarter slump set the tone for a 74-62 loss on the road at Sevier County on Tuesday night.“Both teams absolutely wore it out tonight,” Cocke County coach Ray Evans said. “(Sevier County’s) first 18 points came from 3-pointers, and our first 12 came from long range too, I believe.
SEVIERVILLE—Midway through the district slate, the Cocke County High Lady Red are still searching for that elusive first District 2-AAA victory of the season.Despite getting off to a solid start, the Lady Red couldn’t hold on to claim their first district victory of the season.
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Selecting a term
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