Takeaway: Chilton County’s Chynna Davis, right, steals the basketball from Jemison’s Chelsey Hilyer on Friday.

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Tigers win third straight after 0-3 start

Published 8:32pm Friday, November 30, 2012

Chilton County’s girls basketball team evened its record at 3-3 on the season with a 41-11 win over rival Jemison on Friday.

The win was the third in a row for the Tigers, who started the year 0-3.

Keona DeJarnett led the CCHS effort with 19 points.

Chynna Davis had nine points for Chilton, and Diana Guerrero had seven points.

Laura Vinzant led Jemison with six points.

The CCHS team traveled to Billingsley to face the Bears on Thursday in what proved to be a close contest. The Tigers held off the Bears to win, 49-41.

The Verbena Red Devils hosted the Thorsby Rebels, with both the boys and girls teams in action. In the girls game, the Red Devils proved to be too much for Rebels, taking the 50-30 win. The Red Devil boys couldn’t produce the same success, falling 40-18.

Isabella traveled on Thursday to Holtville to take on the Bulldogs, with both the boys and girls teams taking the court. The Mustang girls team won a tight one, as they came home the victors with a 27-25 score. The boys fell short, 51-43.

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