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Lady Raiders win opener of New Hampshire tournament in blowout fashion

There was no jet lag, nor was there any Christmas rust for Coffee County Monday night.

After leaving Manchester in the early morning hours Monday, Dec. 26 flying to New Hampshire and waiting around all day to play, the CHS Lady Raiders took host school Farmington, New Hampshire to the woodshed in a 84-10 shellacking to open The Bash post Christmas tournament.

The Lady Raiders (17-1 overall) led 47-3 at halftime. The CHS defense didn’t allow any Farmington Tiger points in the second or fourth quarters.

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Every Lady Raider who dressed scored points, led by 20 from Chloe Gannon and 16 from Channah Gannon.

Alivia Reel added 11 points, Natalie Barnes 8, Jalie Ruehling 8, Olivia Vinson 5, Emaleigh Tarpley 4, Ella Arnold 3, Bryleigh Gray 3, Audri Patton 2, Addi Sartain 2 and Ava McIntosh 2.

The Lady Raiders play again at 1 p.m. Central on Tuesday. You can watch on the Thunder Radio Facebook page.

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