• Lady Dogs slip in overtime against Lady Tigers
By Jim Wallace, Correspondent

Porche Grant looks for an outbound pass opportunity during a game at the Dog House. Photo by Jim Wallace, Correspondent.

Shooting woes were mostly to blame for a loss by the Thomson Lady Dogs Tuesday, even though Thomson toughened to force overtime.
THS visited Greene County and the power outage against the Lady Tigers found the Lady Dogs hitting only 12 points in the first half.
“We missed 24 field goals in the first half,” said Michael Williams, Lady Dog head coach. “We had several good opportunities but our shots just weren’t going in.”
While THS hit only the dozen points, Greene County struck for 24 by halftime.
“We made a few adjustments at intermission, and went to a zone press,” Williams said.
That disrupted Greene's rhythm and THS was able to close the gap and tie the game at 36 with one minute remaining in the game.

To read more on this story, see the Sun., Dec. 8, edition of The McDuffie Progress.





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