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CMS Lady Raiders blow past Warren County

Lady Raider Channah Gannon (pictured here against Harris on Monday, Jan. 4) led CMS with 12 points Thursday night against Warren County. — Thunder Radio photo by Holly Peterson

Seven different Lady Raiders scored points – including two in double digits – as Coffee Middle pulled away from Warren County in a 51-17 win Thursday night over Warren County in McMinnville.

The win improves the Lady Raiders to 11-1 overall and  keeps a perfect 10-0 Central Tennessee Conference record.

CMS led 15-7 after the first quarter and really pulled away in the second – outscoring the Lady Pioneers 14-0 to take a 29-7 halftime lead.

Eighth graders Channah Gannon and Olivia Vinson paced the Lady Raiders with 12 and 11 points, respectively.

Vinson hit a 3-pointer in the first quarter and finished 4-of-6 at the free-throw line. Gannon dominated in the paint and also stepped outside to knock down a 3-pointer.

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Ava McIntosh picked up 9 points for the Lady Raiders – all coming in the second and third quarters – including a 3-pointer. Sophie McInturff added 7 points, Natalie Barnes 5, Kaylee Mason 5 and Ella Arnold 2.

The Lady Raiders will host North Franklin on Monday, Jan. 11.  

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