Casey County takes down Lady Maroons 62-33

Pulaski County’s Caroline Oakes drives the ball to the hoop in a recent game against Southwestern. On Tuesday night at The PC Gym, the Lady Maroons fell to district rival Casey County by a 62-33 margin.
Photo by David Rogers

By DOUG EADS

The Pulaski County Lady Maroons — hitting the roughest stretch of their schedule this season — lost their fourth straight game on Tuesday night, falling to district rival Casey County 62-33.

The Lady Maroons kept things close early, before Casey County stretched the lead out after the intermission.

For Pulaski County, the Lady Maroons fell to 12-8 on the season with the loss, dropping games during the losing streak to Lincoln County, Southwestern, Russell, and the Lady Rebels.



Haylee Ridner and Maddy Dunn each led Pulaski County in the loss with nine points each, on a night when the three-point shots just would not go down for Chris Adkins’ club.

Pulaski County will try to bounce back next Tuesday night, hosting arch-rival Somerset at The PC Gym at 6 p.m.



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