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Davis scores 22, 3 in double figures

Courier Sports Writer
ANCHESTER - Behind Kelli Davis' 22 points, Cannon County defeated York Institute on the road 62-52 on Tuesday.
Two other Lionettes scored in double figures as Kendra Maynard accounted for 13 points and Kristen Hale added 10.
After a low scoring first half in which both teams were tied at 20, the Lionettes outscored the Dragons 18-11 to give to Cannon County a 38-31 lead.
The Lionettes (9-2, 2-2) added to the lead after a 24-point fourth quarter in which both Maynard and Davis combined for 16.

Cannon County 15 05 18 24 62
York Institute 14 06 11 21 52

Cannon County: Kendra Maynard 13, Erin McReynolds 5, Kristen Hale 10, Autumn King 7, Kelli Davis 22, Haylee Mooneyham 3, Maleah Scott 2.
York Institute: Camille King 3, Emily Sewell 5, Taylor Crouch 3, Maddie Sandman 25, Suellen Cope 12, Madison Clark 4.

Balanced Lionette attack powers past Ooltewah
CC gets its 10th win

MANCHESTER - Cannon County's balanced scoring attack was the difference maker Thursday night in Soddy Daisy as Ooltewah fell to the Lions 62-44.
The Lionettes (10-2, 2-2) built an early lead after the first stanza with a 14-7 lead.
The Lionettes were led by Autumn King's 16 points. Kelli Davis accounted for 15 points.
Davis finished 2-of-4 from the 3-point line.
At one point, Cannon County led by as much as 24 with a 55-31 lead going into the final quarter.

Cannon County 14 21 20 07 62
Ooltewah 07 16 08 13 44

Cannon County: Kendra Maynard 7, Erin McReynolds 6, Kristen Hale 9, Autumn King 16, Kelli Davis 15, Haylee Mooneyham 3, Samantha Gaither 4.
Ooltewah: Gracey Hall 2, Courtney Swafford 8, Kyra Reed 3, Tomiyah Baker 10, Bailey Kennedy 2, India Corley 10, Reghan Jones 2, Hannah Henderson 3, Kyla Jones 4.

Wilson Central hands CC first tournament loss
Strong 2nd half propels WC past Lionettes

MANCHESTER - A strong second half from Wilson Central was too much for Cannon County Friday as the Lionettes lost 57-40 in Evansville.
Kendall Spray led all scorers with 25 points, hitting 6-of-12 from beyond the arc.
Kelli Davis led the Lionettes (10-3, 2-2) with 18 points and Kendra Maynard added 10. Cannon County had no points scored off the bench.
With a slim 22-20 lead entering the second half, Wilson Central outscored Cannon County 21-13 in the third.
The Wildcats went on to add 14 in the fourth for the 57-40 win.

Cannon County 11 09 13 07 40
Wilson Central
09 13 21 14 57

Cannon County: Kendra Maynard 10, Erin McReynolds 5, Kristen Hale 3, Autumn King 4, Kelli Davis 18.
Wilson Central: Addison Byrd 18, Piper Elrod 2, Kendall Spray 25, Nathalie Ventura 2, Kathryn Bean 5, Kayla Jackson 5.

CC ends the Rhea. Co. Classic with a W
Lionettes score 31 in first quarter
MANCHESTER - The Lionettes scored 31 points in the opening quarter to give Cannon County an easy 74-40 win over Red Bank in Rhea County Saturday.
Kelli Davis, who finished with a team-high 24 points, scored 10 points in the first quarter. She made 8-of-14 shots on the game and added in seven three throws.
Kendra Maynard finished with 12 and Kristen Hale added 11 points.
After a 19-7 run in the third quarter, Cannon County's lead was 69-31.
Up Next: The Lionettes travel to Panama City, Fla. for the Marlin Classic Dec. 26-30.

Cannon County 31 19 19 05 74
Red Bank 06 18 07 09 40

Cannon County: Kendra Maynard 12, Erin McReynolds 6, Kristen Hale 11, Autumn King 9, Kelli Davis 24, Emily Sissom 3, Haylee Mooneyham 2, Maleah Scott 4, Lindsey Bowman 3.
Red Bank: Jasmine Simpson 22, Kiki Evers 7, Haley Claiborne 4, Layla Babb 5, Ashley Brown 2.

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