Morristown East’s girls scored 15 points before David Crockett hit a basket and went on to an easy 71-34 win Saturday afternoon in the Washington-Hamblen County Shootout at Morristown West’s Michael R. Reed Gymnasium.The Lady Hurricanes poured through seven three-point baskets in the first half and made four of five in the second quarter in notching their 14th win against six losses.Lenoir-Rhyne signee Kiki Moore fired through 17 points and grabbed nine rebounds to lead the victory.
One of the marks of a good team is to be able to win when you don’t play your best game.That was certainly the case for Morristown East Saturday afternoon at Morristown West’s Michael R. Reed Gymnasium as the Hurricanes escaped with a 56-48 victory over David Crockett in the Washington-Hamblen County Shootout.East shot a miserable 33.9 percent from the floor and made just 6 of 24 3-point attempts but still managed to get its 14th victory against seven losses.
Morristown East celebrated homecoming by leading wire-to-wire Tuesday night at Isenberg-Siler Gymnasium and racked up a 66-50 victory over South-Doyle.After Alyssa Harmon was crowned queen in pregame ceremonies, the Hurricanes put five players in double figures in improving their record to 13-7.
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