After a tough season-opening loss to Lafayette last week, the East Jessamine Lady Jags got a boost with a seven-point win on the road over district foe Harrodsburg.
The Jags came out shooting, building up a 16 point lead early in the second quarter. However, the Lady Pioneers came charging back and cut the lead to seven at halftime. Teh story was much the same in the second: East built up a lead with their full-court pressure, but once again, Harrodsburg had pulled within two by the end of regulation.
"I think we responded well to the flurry they had there in the last couple of minutes. It was good to hold on to a game at the end when the home team's coming at you," said East head Coach Ralph Sallee.