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KSAR AWARDED PLAQUES OF APPRECIATION: During the annual Izard County Invitational Tournament last Saturday night, ICC Superintendent Fred Walker presented KSAR’s James Bragg and longtime Coach turned broadcaster Gary “The Old Coach” Cooper plaques of appreciation for their support of the tournament by broadcasting every game every year. Photos/B.Stapleton

The top seeded ICC Jr. Lady Cougars with coach Tony Booth, took home the championship trophy in the Izard County Invitational Tournament with a 54-36 win over the Jr. Lady Greyhounds and coach Scott Faulkner. ICC led by 7 in the first, and Salem rallied to tie the score 30-all at the half on a bucket at the buzzer by Kendra Rich. The Lady Cougars outscored the ‘Hounds 12-2 in the 3rd quarter, and kept the lead for the win, after the teams had been tied five times before the half.  Four Lady Cougars tallied double digits. They were led by Sam King with 17 points, Abby Brashear had 16, Jen King 10, Natalie Everett 10, and Kaitlyn Tullis added 2. Kailey Walling was lead scorer for the Lady Greyhounds with 15 points. Lindsey Smith contributed 11, Emily Pate and Sonni Martin each had 4, and Rich had 2.

The top seeded ICC Jr. Lady Cougars with coach Tony Booth, took home the championship trophy with a 54-36 win over the Jr. Lady Greyhounds and coach Scott Faulkner. ICC led by 7 in the first, and Salem rallied to tie the score 30-all at the half on a bucket at the buzzer by Kendra Rich. The Lady Cougars outscored the ‘Hounds 12-2 in the 3rd quarter, and kept the lead for the win, after the teams had been tied five times before the half.
Four Lady Cougars tallied double digits. They were led by Sam King with 17 points, Abby Brashear had 16, Jen King 10, Natalie Everett 10, and Kaitlyn Tullis added 2. Kailey Walling was lead scorer for the Lady Greyhounds with 15 points. Lindsey Smith contributed 11, Emily Pate and Sonni Martin each had 4, and Rich had 2. Photo/C.Stafford

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