Jeremy D. Wells
Carter County Times
The West Carter Lady Comets were on fire Saturday, dominating the Fairview Lady Eagles in a game that had them up by 28 at the end of the first half and finished with a score of 59-22.
The West Carter girls played a fast, passing game that frustrated the Fariview team while they built an impressive lead.
Beth Middleton was the top scorer for the Lady Comets, with 14 points on six two-pointers and two free throws. Middleton also had five rebounds, four offensive and one defensive.
Allie Stone was close behind Middleton on points, with 12 points on six field goals, and 11 total rebounds, five offensive and six defensive, and four assists.
Kara Jordan scored nine points for West, on four field goals and a free throw, Kylie Gilliam and Millie Henderson had six points each, on two field goals and two free throws each. Hannah Henderson had three points on a single three pointer. Lexie Bond had four points on two field goals, two rebounds and one assist. Makenna Nichols scored a three pointer as well, and Peyton Steagall had two points on a field goal.
Camryn Burton had four rebounds for the Lady Comets and one assist, Kaylee Kinney and Destiny Davis had a rebound each. Millie Henderson had seven total rebounds, five offensive and two defensive and one assist. Gilliam had seven rebounds as well, four offensive and three defensive, and three assists. Jordan had four offensive rebounds. Hannah Henderson had four rebounds, two and two, and one assist. Kayleigh Rayburn had three assists. Steagall had five defensive rebounds.
The Lady Comets won their first game against Rowan County, 61-46. They have one loss, to Johnson Central, 51-62.
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