Thursday’s game has been moving for more than four hours due to the winter storm
Cookville, TN (WTVQ / MSU Athletics) – The Morehead State women’s basketball team was shot at Tennessee on Thursday afternoon, but could not keep up with the 78-48 golds.
The game lasted four and a half hours due to inclement weather, but the Eagles were ready to go to the top with 50% of their shots in the first quarter, but they eventually got the best of Tennessee Tech and shooting. In Morehead State, the Golden Eagles met eight-pointers and defeated the Eagles 39-29.
The eagles were led by a graduate student on a scoreboard. Terry Smith, Pouring in 15 points, including three hits and a second hit three Jada Cloud She added her own 15 points.
It was all. Alana Denson When she first went to the Eagles, she scored nine straight points and added a couple of steals in the first five minutes to push Morehead State forward, but it was screaming by hitting three pointers from the marker. Terry Smith At the end of the first quarter he led the Eagles 18-17.
Tennessee Tech was beaten in the second quarter, but opened the frame with a 10-2 run and took a 27-20 lead. After four straight points from the Eagles, Tennessee Tech continued their strong quarter home run, forcing Morehead State into eight laps and another extended 11-3 run to the locker room 38-27.
The Golden Eagles continued their attack in the second half, beating them 50% of the time in the third quarter and beating Morehead State 25-4.
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Morehead State On Saturday, at 2 PM 30 ET, they continued their journey through the Volunteer Territory on their way to Austin Pay to meet with the rulers.