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HIGH SCHOOL BASKETBALL: Lady Raiders cruise to 42-19 win over Goodpasture

Lady Raider junior Elli Chumley moves the ball up the floor against Warren County on Thursday, Dec. 3, 2020. On Saturday, Chumley scored 8 points and pulled down multiple rebounds against Goodpasture. — Thunder Radio photo by Holly Peterson

Bella Vinson dominated in the paint for Coffee County Saturday afternoon and the Lady Raiders picked up a decisive 42-19 win over Goodpasture in Madison.

In a game you heard broadcast live on Thunder Radio, Vinson, Chloe Gannon and Elli Chumley combined for 35 of Coffee County’s 42 points – all coming from 2-point range as the Lady Raiders worked on their post game.

Gannon finished with 9 and Chumley with 8. The Lady Raiders led 23-9 at the halftime break and 34-17 after the third quarter. CHS substituted liberally through the final period.

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The win improves Coffee County to 6-1 on the season and was the final tune-up before District 8-AAA play begins next week. The Lady Raiders will travel to Columbia Tuesday night, Dec. 8, for a 6 p.m. tip. This will be a girls only game. You can hear it live on Thunder Radio. (Pregame begins at 5:45 p.m. Listen on 107.9 FM, 1320 AM, Manchester Go smartphone app, thunder1320.com or on Amazon Alexa: “Alexa, play Thunder Radio”).

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