In the weather-delayed tournament in Prestonsburg, it may be cold outside but it hasn’t affected the Harrison County Fillies.
The Fillies opened the tournament on Tuesday morning with a start-to-finish win over the Jenkins High School Lady Cavaliers 66-50.
The Fillies’ defense was the key to the victory as they forced 25 turnovers and had 16 steals for the game.
The Fillies had a great team effort with senior Kaitlin Johnson leading the scoring with 14 points, including four threes.
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