Last night (Nov. 20, 2012) at Joe Frank Patch Memorial Gym the Coffee County Lady Raiders beat Grundy County 53-36 to improve to 2-2 on the year.
Alaina Lusk was strong down low for Coffee County with 14 and received the Gateway Tire and Service Player of the Game. Ginny Clayborne also had 14.
After a brief announcement about the gym being named in honor of former principal and coach Joe Frank Patch the boy’s game began. The Raiders ran away with their first win of the year beating Grundy County 64-40. The Raiders went on a 20-5 in the 4th quarter to secure the win. Lucas Crismond pumped in 19 to lead four Coffee County players in double figures; Lance Crismond with 14, player of the game Addison Carter had 10 and Anthony Jackson also finished with 10.
Coffee County will host Shelbyville on Tuesday at the “The Patch”.