Sonoraville alum Miranda McDaniel led the charge, pouring in 16 points and pulling down eight rebounds, while former Cedartown standout Kayci McGee racked up 14 points and 13 boards. Lindsay Watts (Murray County) also scored 14 while adding four boards and three assists.
“This is something we can build on,” said GNTC head coach Jim Williams. “It’s a positive experience and it will help us roll into the heart of our schedule.”
The Lady Cats (1-4, 1-4) will host Chattahoochee Tech in Lindale this Friday night, a team that hung a hundred points on the GNTC in their first meeting.
Genai Parker led Southern Crescent with 22 points.
Southern Crescent men 88, GNTC 81
In Rossville on Saturday night, the Bobcats trailed by just three points at halftime, but couldn’t make up the deficit in a seven-point loss.
Jesse Moore (Dade County) had 17 points in the loss for the Bobcats (2-6, 0-3). Kyle Wilson (Armuchee) and Ben Patton (Dade County) led the way with 18 apiece. Wilson went 6-of-7 from the free throw line while Patton connected on five 3-pointers. Patrick Printup (Adairsville) went 8-of-8 from the line to also finish with 17 points.
Monday’s game against Tennessee Temple was cancelled due to inclement weather.