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MIDDLE SCHOOL: Lady Raiders beat Warren County to take no. 1 seed; Raider boys fall despite comeback

Kaysen Morgan

Coffee Middle’s Lady Raiders avenged an earlier season upset loss with a blowout of Warren County Thursday night in McMinnville, blowing out the Lady Pioneers 37-13.

The win ends the regular season and gives CMS the no. 1 seed in the upcoming CTC tournament.

Kaysen Morgan led the way with 11 points, Jaydee Nogodula added 10 and 7th grader Hayleigh Harris 8.

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On the boys side, the Raiders overcame an 18 point deficit to take a 42-40 lead with 34 seconds to play. But the Raiders turned the ball over and Warren County hit a 3 to take the lead and held on at the free throw line.

Brody Sizemore went off for the Raiders with a season high 22 points – hitting 6 3-pointers and going 2-of-2 at the stripe. Marc Rollman added 8 points. The Raiders scored 21 points in the fourth quarter.

They will open the CTC tournament next week. More details later.

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