The South Greene boys squandered an eight-point lead against North Greene Tuesday night, but the Rebels made up for it with a strong second half.Using hot shooting and some added pressure on the defensive end of the quarter, South Greene hit five second-half threes and pulled away for a 65-46 rout of the Huskies in the night cap of the Greene County Thanksgiving Classic on Rebel Hill.“We made a bunch of mistakes in the first half and turned the ball over too many times,” South Greene coach...
North Greene coach Sam Tarlton started his head coaching career with a pair of wins on Thursday as the Huskies knocked off KACHEA and Cedar View Christian.The Huskies started the night with a 59-38 win over KACHEA and ended the evening with a 70-44 win over Cedar View.“I’m definitely excited to start the season with two wins,” Tarlton said. “It took us a while to get going, but once we got through the first quarter we were able to settle in and get going.
Greeneville girls’ basketball coach Annette Watts wanted her team to face a challenge in its season opener, and she definitely got that.She also wanted to see a sharper performance from her veteran squad, and will have to get on the practice floor to work on that before trying again on Thursday.The Lady Devils took on a strong Daniel Boone squad on Tuesday and hung around early, but sloppy play on offense led to far too many turnovers and lapses on defense provide easy buckets for the Lady...
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