Lady Tigers fall in area title game

By Staff
HATTON – Red Bay's quest at repeating as Class 2A, Area 14 champions fell short last Saturday as the Lady Tigers fell to Hatton 73-42 in the title game.
Red Bay had a difficult time controlling the high-powered Hatton offense, which had four players reach double-digit scoring.
Whitney Sharp led the Lady Tigers with 14 points.
Also scoring for Red Bay were Morgan McKinney (9), Caitlin Childers (7), Hannah Sharp (5), Jade Ezzell (2), Leah Fuller (2) and Taylor Hester (2).
With the loss Red Bay will have to travel to Sulligent for the sub-regional round of the playoffs.
It was the Lady Tigers' third loss to Hatton this season.

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