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JV girls look to rebound
JV Girls Bball
Cassidy Lecours shoots a free throw during the Jan. 7 game against Lumpkin County. - photo by Pam Jacobs Dawson Community News

The Dawson County junior varsity girls basketball team lost to Rabun County, 34-25, and Lumpkin County, 23-16, last week.

The Lady Tigers are currently 2-6 overall on the season.

The Jan. 6 game with Rabun County was close throughout.

The Lady Tigers trailed 21-14 at the half but couldn't seem to turn the corner against the visiting Lady Wildcats.

Brooke Wende led all Lady Tigers scorers with 10 points.

Karsen Bleckley had 10 points for Rabun County.

Lady Tigers scorers: Brooke Wende - 10 points; Cassidy Lecours - 5 points; Alison Honea - 4 points; Hannah Moye - 3 points and Madison Shope - 3 points.

In the Jan. 7 game at Lumpkin County, the Lady Tigers had a tough time with offense in the first half. The team only managed to score 2 points after two quarters of play.

The Lady Tigers put up a good fight in the second half and outscored Lumpkin 14-13.

Unfortunately it wasn't enough as Dawson County found itself on the short end of the 7 point loss.

Cassidy Lecours led Dawson County with 7 points.

Lumpkin County's leading scorer was Karlie Gooch with 8 points.

Lady Tigers scorers: Cassidy Lecours - 7 points; Hannah Moye - 5 points; Jordan Moore - 2 points; Madison Shope - 2 points.

Ragsdale's team will play next at 4 p.m. Friday at home against Fannin County.