Greenville High School’s Destinee Smith celebrates sinking a three-pointer during the Lady Tigers’ 55-35 win over Georgiana School Saturday night. (Advocate Staff/Andy Brown)
Greenville High School’s Destinee Smith celebrates sinking a three-pointer during the Lady Tigers’ 55-35 win over Georgiana School Saturday night. (Advocate Staff/Andy Brown)

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Lady Tigers rout rival Georgiana

Published 2:55pm Tuesday, December 17, 2013

Greenville High School topped rival Georgiana School 55-35 on Saturday night.

Shakerlyonna Rudolph and Keyonna Oliver each scored 15 points to pace Greenville.

“Rudolph had a good game,” said GHS head coach Frederick Newton. “I believe the strength of her game is that she is a student of the game, meaning she always trying to find ways to make her and her teammates better. Keyonna Oliver and Lashunda Brown also had a good game for us in the post. Both played very well.”

The Lady Tigers also got 10 points from point guard Destinee Smith.

“She had a good game,” Newton Said. “She is a freshman and sometimes she makes freshman mistakes, but overall she is learning to see the floor and call plays to what the defense is giving her.”

Georgiana was led by Tyanna Perkins’ 15 points.

De’Naisa Cheatham and Miya Riley each scored six points in the loss.

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