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Westwood picks up conference sweep over Cascade

Audri Patton drives into the paint Thursday night, Nov. 11, 2021. Patton scored a game-high 16 points for Westwood in a 48-28 win over Cascade. — Thunder Radio photo by Josh Peterson

Audri Patton and Reece Finch scored double figures and Westwood thumped visiting Cascade Thursday night – 48-28.

Westwood led 35-15 at the break and never looked back in a win that improved the Lady Rockets to 9-0 on the season, and also keeps them perfect in conference play.

Eighth grader Audri Patton scored 16 in the win for Westwood – including a pair of 3-pointers in a 19-point second quarter for WMS. Finch scored 13 – also hitting a pair of 3-balls in the first half. Jules Ferrell scored 8 – all in the first quarter to get Westwood off to a quick start.

Six different Lady Rockets got into the scorebook on the night.

Westwood will travel to Eagleville for a conference game on Tuesday, Nov. 15.

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Rockets roll, remain unbeaten in conference play

Davis McKenzie hit a pair of 3 pointers in the first half and dropped 3 field goals in the fourth quarter to lead the Westwood Rocket offensive attack in a 54-44 win over Cascade Thursday night.

A 15-point fourth quarter helped Westwood keep distance from the Champions. The win improves Westwood to 3-5 overall – but a perfect 3-0 in conference play.

Rocket Kaysen Lowery also had a big fourth quarter – scoring six of his 13 points in the final period. Blake Cummings added 7 points, Matt Moore 5, Will Rogers 4, Matthew White 3, Kane Dixon 2 and Lane Fann 2.

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Both games were broadcast live on Thunder Radio.

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