Tucker County bests Lady Hawks
Senior Terra Kuhn scores 1,000th career point in 65-46 victory
LOST CREEK — Class A, No. 8 Tucker County went on the road and recorded a 65-46 win over regional opponent South Harrison Wednesday night.
Highlighting the Lady Mountain Lions’ win was all-state senior Terra Kuhn’s hitting the 1,000 career points mark as the 13th player to do so in school history.
Kuhn nailed the exact points needed with 22 points in the second half.
Tucker County edged the host Lady Hawks, 17-15, in the first canto and battled out to a 26-22 halftime lead.
A 16-10 effort by the Lady Mountain Lions in the third quarter gave way to a finishing, as Tucker County poured in a 23-13 effort in the fourth quarter to salt the decision away for good.
Sophomore London Hood also hustled for 22 points, while adding five rebounds and dishing out three assists in the win.
Freshman Kadie Colebank with 11 points and Nevaeh Nichols with seven caroms rounded out the production for the black and gold.
With the win on the road, Tucker County improved to 7-3 and is slated to visit Pocahontas County on Friday night in battle of ranked Class A squads.
The fourth-ranked Lady Warriors are now 10-3 on the season after defeating Midland Trail in their last outing on Tuesday night.
Game time is set for a 7:30 p.m. tip off in Dunmore.
South Harrison, which was coming off a victory at Tygarts Valley on Tuesday night, dropped to 5-8 on the season.
The Lady Hawks will host Doddridge County on Monday.