Priceville teams fall to Vinemont

By Staff
Nick Johnston, Hartselle Enquirer
VINEMONT – Both Priceville boys and girls teams struggled from the field and succumbed to several turnovers, as both Vinemont teams got wins.
The Priceville girls started the evening losing 61-41, while the Bulldogs fell 68-46.
Vinemont 61, Priceville 41
Girls
The Lady Eagles used a 27-4 run spanning from midway through the second quarter until midway through the third.
Priceville, who loses for the second consecutive game, led 12-11 at one point in the first quarter, but turnovers from a stingy Vinemont press proved to much for the Lady Bulldogs.
Tiffany Smith, Priceville's leading scorer, was held to just four points on the night.
Vinemont 68, Priceville 46
Vinemont picked up its first win of the season despite Dale Taylor's 18 points.
Taylor scored the first eight Priceville points, as the Bulldogs and Eagles were knotted at 8-all in the first quarter.
Hunter Teague's three pointer with 1:53 remaining in the opening stanza tied the game at 16-all, but the Bulldogs were outscored 19-6 from there until halftime.
Priceville got no closer than 12 for the remainder of the game.

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