The Marion County men’s and women’s basketball teams picked up wins over Sequatchie County on Feb. 2. The Lady Warriors won 48-39 and the men’s team walked away with a 71-69 lead.

Marion County had a 16-11 lead after one quarter of action.

Sequatchie fought back in the second. They put 13 points on the board during that period and held the Lady Warriors to four.

The Lady Indians took a 24-20 lead into the half.

Marion County took back the lead in the third quarter. They scored 15 points and held Sequatchie to nine.

The Lady Warriors secured the win in the fourth quarter by scoring 13 points and holding the Lady Indians to six.

Sara Muir led the Lady Warriors with 12 points.

Amy Webb had 11 points. Chloe Gregory and Kia Price both had six points each. Sarah Pace had five points, Teja Jordan had four points and Ashton McGrew had three.

The men’s game went back and fourth with both teams jockeying for the lead.

Sequatchie put 16 points on the board during the first quarter and held Marion to 12.

The Warriors fought back in the second. They outscored the Indians 18-14 during that quarter to tie the game at 30-all going into the half.

The scored remained tied after the third quarter with both teams scoring 22 points.

Marion County took over the lead in the fourth quarter, scoring 19 points to Sequatchie County’s 17, securing the win.

Kane Hale led the Warriors with 27 points.

Toney Sampson had 19 points, Nicq Ivory had 12 points, Jacob Saylors had 10 points and Jace Williamson had three points.

Other Marion County Games

Feb. 1


Marion County 58, Cumberland County 84


Marion County 21, Cumberland County 82

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