By Kimberly Hood
For the second time in as many days, the Lady Eagles fell at home in a close game, losing 56-52 to Sevier County.
The Lady Eagles were up by three at the half with a score of 19-16. However, Sevier County would come out of the locker room hot offensively, scoring 40 points in the second half.
The Lady Eagles still had a lead with 9 seconds to go in the third quarter, but Sevier County was able to go up 36-35 before the buzzer off a bucket resulting from a Seymour turnover.... read the rest of the story by Subscribing now.