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Many issues for Lady Ads


Rebounding problems were evident in a 62--57 loss at Heritage Tuesday, Feb. 7.

Free throw problems were evident despite a 52-28 victory against Lenoir City Friday, Feb. 10, at FHS.

That’s despite the Farragut Lady Admirals finishing the District 4-AAA regular season with a 10-4 record — 20-7 overall entering the week — earning them the second-seed for the 4-AAA tourney beginning Saturday at FHS (see bracket story above).

As for rebounding, district regular season champ Heritage (12-2) led in offensive rebounds 15-13. “They put their's back in and we didn't put ours back in,” FHS head coach Mike Driver said. “I think that really hurt us.”

Driver also emphasized his team hit only 4 of 10 free throws against Lenoir City. “We've got to hit our free throws because there's not going to be any blowouts in this district tournament. It's going to come down to free throw shooting and rebounding, I think.

“And we're still working on our half-court offense. I think we're pretty good in transition.”

Against Lenoir City, Haley Williams led FHS with nine points. Rachel Draper, Kiah Simmons and Allison Bosse each had eight and Catelyn Dake six.

Against Heritage, Dake (15 points), Raby (14) and Draper (13) led the way.

 

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