Hoptown Lady Tigers Blaze Past UHA

    The Hopkinsville High School Lady Tigers emerged victorious in a hard-fought basketball game against University Heights Academy on Friday night with a final score of 72-58. The Lady Tigers put on a fantastic display of teamwork and athleticism, led by some exceptional individual performances from key players.

    Kahtahvia Fleming was the star of the show, scoring 26 points and pulling down 10 rebounds. Her scoring prowess was matched by her ability to make her presence felt on the glass, securing valuable second-chance opportunities for her team. With her dominant performance, Fleming set the tone for the rest of the Lady Tigers and inspired them to push harder on both ends of the court.

    Another standout performer was TaRia Sharber. She contributed 16 points and 10 rebounds to the winning effort, displaying a remarkable sense of aggression and determination. Sharber’s relentless pursuit of the ball and her ability to finish strong around the rim proved to be a valuable asset for the Lady Tigers.

    Ronnajha McGee rounded out the top performers for Hopkinsville with 10 points and a game-high 14 rebounds. Her ability to control the paint and secure rebounds was critical in helping her team maintain possession and limit the opposition’s scoring opportunities.

    In addition to these key contributors, the Lady Tigers received important contributions from other members of the team, who played their roles to perfection. The depth and versatility of the Lady Tigers’ roster was on full display on Friday, and the Lady Tigers’ win against University Heights Academy was a testament to their skill, perseverance, and team spirit.

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