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Fox Creek High School


By: Gerald Doolittle

North Augusta, S.C. -The Fox Creek High School Lady Predators are working hard to make it to post-season play after several seasons of being the whipping post for the opposing teams.

Coach Owen Jacobs in his third year as head coach has built his team from an 0-22 and 3-18 team to 7-7 this season heading into the stretch run. Seven of their last eight games will be against Region 2-AA opponents where they are now 2-1 in region play. Saluda (2-0), Batesburg-Leesville (2-0) and Silver Bluff (1-1) along with Fox Creek are in the battle for play-off berths. Abbeville (0-2) and Ninety-Six (0-3) still can sneak in.

The Lady Predators impact player has been Rose Childers (sr) who has scored 128 points, 135 total rebounds and 24 steals from her forward position.

Karis Bullard (fr) from her guard position has scored 96 points, 45 rebounds, 17 assist and 6 steals. Tynesha Jackson (fr) from her guard position has scored 36 points, 31 rebounds, 15 assist and 50 steals. Taylor Herold (fr) another guard has scored 33 points, 54 rebounds and 14 assist.

Others that have contributed to the scoring has been Tana Cagle (sr) 22 points, Keziah McAdoo (jr) 32 points, Amber McCain (fr) 26 points. McKenzie Holmes (so) and Kourtnie Holmes (fr) in limited play has scored 9 and 7 points.

In the rebounding wars McCain has 48 followed by McAdoo and Cagle with 45 and 42. Jackson and McKenzie Holmes each has 31 rebounds.

Coach Jacobs hopes his team continues to work hard at improving their skills down the stretch run in region play to earn their way into the playoffs.


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