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Wes McCard/The Thomaston TimesCoach Angela Murchison and her Lady Knights held a 17-12 lead over Manchester Middle School at halftime, but were not able to hold on in the second half. Manchester out scored the Lady Knights 29-11 in the second half to defeat the ULMS Lady Knights by a 41-28 score. Above, Cierra Williams knocks down a jumper from the perimeter. Williams led the Lady Knights with nine points. Kaliyah Carter also recorded nine points for the Lady Knights, Zahkia King added five points, Jamya Kendall and Grace Horn each tallied two points, while June Sullivan chipped in with one point.
Wes McCard/The Thomaston TimesCoach Angela Murchison and her Lady Knights held a 17-12 lead over Manchester Middle School at halftime, but were not able to hold on in the second half. Manchester out scored the Lady Knights 29-11 in the second half to defeat the ULMS Lady Knights by a 41-28 score. Above, Cierra Williams knocks down a jumper from the perimeter. Williams led the Lady Knights with nine points. Kaliyah Carter also recorded nine points for the Lady Knights, Zahkia King added five points, Jamya Kendall and Grace Horn each tallied two points, while June Sullivan chipped in with one point.
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Coach Angela Murchison and her Lady Knights held a 17-12 lead over Manchester Middle School at halftime, but were not able to hold on in the second half. Manchester out scored the Lady Knights 29-11 in the second half to defeat the ULMS Lady Knights by a 41-28 score. Above, Cierra Williams knocks down a jumper from the perimeter. Williams led the Lady Knights with nine points. Kaliyah Carter also recorded nine points for the Lady Knights, Zahkia King added five points, Jamya Kendall and Grace Horn each tallied two points, while June Sullivan chipped in with one point.

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