Bulldogs’ season ends at Corinth
The Bulldogs season came to an end at Corinth in the 4A north half tournament last Thursday.
New Albany, led by eight points from Jarel Lipsey, fell to the home team Warriors, 64-38.
The Warriors held a six point lead after the first quarter, 21-16, and defensively were able to hold the Bulldogs to single digit scoring in each quarter for the remainder of the game.
Raheem Sorrell led the Warriors with 18 points, followed Jazz Garner with 10 points.
New Albany finished the season with a 16-14 record, finishing second in Region 2-4A for both the regular season and the division tournament. The Bulldogs also finished in second behind Ingomar for the Union County Tournament championship.
About Chris Elkins
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