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February 9, 2018


Fort Gay, W. Va. -- All five Lady Rebel Seniors scored as Tolsia ( 5-15 ) picked up a very important 51-35 victory over Region 4 Section 2 rival Tug Valley Thursday on Senior night at Rebel Arena.


 Lady Rebel Seniors from L to R Elizabeth Asbury, Kayla Jude, Marlee Marcum, Keyla Fox, Mariah Finley. Lady Rebel Seniors from L to R Elizabeth Asbury, Kayla Jude, Marlee Marcum, Keyla Fox, Mariah Finley.

Senior Mariah Finley led the way with 12 points, 5 assists and 4 rebounds, Senior Elizabeth Asbury tallied 9 points and 5 rebounds, Marlee Marcum had 7 points, Senior Keyla Fox had 5 points, Senior Kayla Jude chipped in with 2 points.

Junior Sarah Jude finished with 11 points, 11 rebounds and 5 assists, Freshman Julie Boone had 5 points.

THS hit 3 three pointers and went 10-22 from the charity stripe.

Tug Valley 8 12 10 5 - 35
Tolsia 13 10 16 12 -51

Mingo Central 61 Tolsia 49 ( Tuesday )

The Lady Rebels fell to the Lady Miners for the second time this season.

Mariah Finley led Tolsia with 20 points and 5 rebounds, Sarah Jude finished with 12 points and 12 rebounds, Jace Litton had 6 points, Kayla Jude 4 points and 5 rebounds, Elizabeth Asbury 3 points, Julie Boone had 2 points and 6 rebounds, Selena Browning 2 points.

THS hit 3 three pointers and went 16-19 from the free throw line.

Mingo Central 22 16 14 9 - 61
Tolsia 13 10 9 17 - 49

Tolsia will finish out the regular season with road trips to Logan on Monday. They will travel to Tug Valley on Tuesday for a Girl/Boy Doubleheader starting at 5:45.

Tolsia Head Coach Ric Morrone


“... We got off to a great start, lots of emotion on Senior Night and a great finish to get the win.”

“... All around team effort and the five Seniors stepped up in style.”

“... This group has had a tremendous run at Tolsia over the last four years. They claimed the Class AA Region title in 2016 and was a quarterfinalist in the State tournament. Class A Region finalist in 2017 losing a hard fought battle to Class A state runner up Williamstown.”

“... But even more than the athletic accomplishments have been their leadership skills at Tolsia high school, in the community as well as on the court. These five young ladies will be greatly missed and have left their mark on Lady Rebel Basketball for the future classes to measure theirselves by. The Lady Rebel staff would like to thank the players and their families for all they have done for the program and wish them all the best in the future. We love them all and they will always be apart of the Lady Rebel Family.”



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