The Lady Bulldogs held senior night on Tues., Feb. 7 when they hosted the Lady Jackets of Trousdale County.
RBS was outscored 13-11 in the first, but cut their opponent's lead to just one at the end of the second and entered halftime behind 23-22. The Lady Bulldogs stalled in the third with only four points on offense.
After playing from behind in the first three quarters, RBS surged in the fourth quarter. With just three seconds to play in regulation, Kelsey Jenkins sank a three pointer which forced the game into overtime. In OT, the Lady Bulldogs nabbed five points and allied just three points on defense to earn the 46-44 victory.
Morgan Burgener led the Lady Bulldogs on offense with 13 points. Kalisha Lynch and Katie Hix also scored in double digits with 11 points each. Mayson Burgner scored six, Kelsey Jenkins added three and Kristin Davis added two points for Red Boiling Springs.
The Lady Bulldogs returned to action on Fri., Feb. 10 in another close district match-up in an outcome that could not be decided in regulation. The Lady Bulldogs wrapped up their regular season on the road at Gordonsville against the Tigerettes.
RBS opened the game with a three point advantage, outscoring the Tigerettes 10-7. The Lady Bulldogs would slip in the second quarter, and entered halftime trailing 26-19. Red Boiling Springs went on to tally 13 points in the third, but still trailed 42-32 entering the final quarter of regulation. IThe Lady Bulldogs rallied back in the fourth quarter with 15 points, which forced the game into overtime with a score of 47-47.
RBS was outscored 12-7 in OT, and lost by a final score of 59-54. Morgan Burgener tallied 27 points for RBS. Kalisha Lynch added 10, Katie Hix scored seven, Mayson Burgener and Kelsey Jenkins finished with five points each.
The Red Boiling Springs Lady Bulldogs currently own a 12-18 record on the season and are 4-4 in district play.