Lady Bulldogs pick up two more wins, now 11-4

By Staff
Charles Prince, Hartselle Enquirer
The Priceville Lady Bulldogs defeated the Clements Lady Colts 50-44 Tuesday night. Priceville won the 2A-Area 15 game despite playing poorly, according to their coach.
"We won, but we didn't play that well tonight," Priceville head coach Catrina Mason said.
"We can play much better than this, but a win is still a win."
The win pushed the Lady Bulldogs to 5-1 in area play.
Tiffany Smith led Priceville with 20 points and Stephanie Hardiman added 10 more. Emily Jenkins scored eight , while Caitlin Williams with seven, Kristy Baker with four and Kathryn Kirby with one rounded out the Priceville scoring.
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Priceville 12 15 11 12 – 50
Clements 12 10 10 12 – 44
Clements boys 60, Priceville 51
The Bulldogs trailed by 23 points entering the fourth period but then mounted a furious comeback. Priceville pulled within six but would get no closer as the Colts held on for the area win.
Priceville coach Darrell Hayes cited his teams poor shooting as the reason for the loss.
"We shot poorly and dug ourselves a big hole," Hayes said. "We got it close in the fourth, but we couldn't get all the way back."
Dale Taylor was the high scorer for Priceville with 17 points and Josh Bedwell added 10 more. Phillip Black scored eight for the Bulldogs while Ryan Mouser had seven and Alex Cannon scored five. JR Westmoreland added four more for Priceville.
Priceville 10 12 4 25 – 51
Clements 14 15 20 11 – 60
Priceville girls 58, West Morgan 21
The Priceville Lady Bulldogs beat the West Morgan Lady Rebels Saturday night and they appear to have a strong case for a state ranking in Class 2A. The rout improved Priceville's record to 11-4 this season.
Tiffany Smith poured in a career high 29 points to led Priceville. Kristy Baker scored eight and Stephanie Hardiman added seven. Also scoring for the Lady Bulldogs were Emily Jenkins, Rachel Reed, Tiffany Bracken and Tiffany Smith with three each while Caitlin Williams had two.
Priceville 12 16 12 18 – 58
W. Morgan 6 4 7 4 – 21

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