Cards bounce back from Marion district setbacks

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TC avenges early-season loss to Washington.

By Bobby Brockman

Taylor County lost a hard-fought 45-43 decision to Marion County on Monday before claiming a 57-46 encounter with Washington County on Tuesday.
The Cardinals led by 11 (23-12) in the first half and still held a 29-19 advantage on Chase Seaborne’s hoop early in the third quarter.
However, the Knights scored 11 straight points to take their first lead and then used a Carlos Litsey lane basket at 2.0 to move to 5-1 vs. district foes.
Tevin Webster (12) and Caleb Wigginton (10) scored in double figures for TCHS and Seaborne had nine.

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