©2012 NPT PHOTO BY SETH BUTLER
CCHS sophomore guard Sharina Cofield (at left) plays tough defense on Morristown East's Monica Garcia. Cofield had a Ladies' Classic record nine steals in Friday morning's 58-50 win over the Lady Hurricanes.
|Published: 6:29 PM, 12/28/2012
||Last updated: 6:30 PM, 12/28/2012
Author: Seth Butler
Source: The Newport Plain Talk
GREENEVILLE-An ugly, sloppy game turned into a critical win for the Cocke County High School Lady Red on Friday morning at the 24th annual LandAir Ladies' Classic.
Cocke County forced 40 turnovers and overcame a seven-point deficit in the final minutes to earn a 58-50 win over District 2-AAA foe Morristown East in the consolation bracket of the annual tournament held at Hal Henard Gymnasium.
Cocke County advanced to another consolation game on Saturday at 1:30 p.m. against Holy Name High (Ohio). Morristown East was eliminated from the tournament after suffering their third consecutive loss.
"We needed a win bad for our confidence," Cocke County coach Jeremy Byrd said. "We lost two straight and we haven't played very well.
"We needed a feel-good win for a little bit more confidence," Byrd said. "It wasn't pretty at all, but we still found a way to win."
For the full story, see the December 29-30 Weekend Edition of the Newport Plain Talk.
Subscribe to The Newport Plain Talk by clicking SUBSCRIBE.
Sign up for Breaking News emails from The Newport Plain Talk by clicking EMAIL ALERTS and inputting
your email address next to "Add Me" near the top right corner.