Girls basketball takes third in season-opening tournament

  • The Lady Indians defense was stout in their game against Franklin County as MaKenzie Caldwell (left) and Madison Powell put pressure on the ball-handler in hopes of forcing a turnover. The suffocating Lumpkin defense allowed only 20 points in its tournament finale, walking away with a 2-1 record to start the season.
    The Lady Indians defense was stout in their game against Franklin County as MaKenzie Caldwell (left) and Madison Powell put pressure on the ball-handler in hopes of forcing a turnover. The suffocating Lumpkin defense allowed only 20 points in its tournament finale, walking away with a 2-1 record to start the season.
After falling to one of the top teams in the state on Monday, the LCHS girls basketball team responded in its final game of the Jackson EMC Tipoff Classic at Jefferson High School, dominating the…

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