http://www.gadcotimes.com/sports/rss.xml en Raiders tame Jaguars in tough match-up http://www.gadcotimes.com/content/raiders-tame-jaguars-tough-match <img src="http://www.gadcotimes.com/sites/www.gadcotimes.com/files/imagecache/thumb85/1218_eghs_basketballk.jpg" alt="An East Gadsden Jaguar has control of the basketball in the Dec. 12 game against the Raiders of Rickards." title="An East Gadsden Jaguar has control of the basketball in the Dec. 12 game against the Raiders of Rickards." align="left" hspace="6" width="128" height="85" /><p> This past Friday night the Jaguars traveled to Leon County to take on the Rickards Raiders; shortly after the referee threw the ball up at half-court it was clear the Jaguars were a bit overmatched. &nbsp;<br /> The Raiders jumped out to an early lead in the first quarter and carried a 22-10 lead into the second quarter quarter.<br /> Lady Jags see week of success http://www.gadcotimes.com/content/lady-jags-see-week-success <p> East Gadsden<br /> The East Gadsden Lady Jags had a good week last week defeating two Tallahassee teams, Leon and Godby. Dondrea Harris put up 25 points in East Gadsden&rsquo;s 52-45 win over Leon High School and then posted 34 in a win the next night over Godby!<br /> EAST GADSDEN 52&nbsp;&nbsp; &nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp; &nbsp;LEON 45<br /> Showdown in Havana http://www.gadcotimes.com/content/showdown-havana <p> The basketball fans of Gadsden County always look forward to watching East and West Gadsden battle on the hardwood, and this past Saturday the latest installment of this rivalry was produced.<br /> &nbsp;The first quarter of play was a back-and-forth tug-of-war in which three lead changes occurred. With less than a minute remaining in the opening period a lay-up by Keyron York gave East Gadsden a 12-8 advantage heading into the second quarter.<br /> Girls basketball season excitement continues http://www.gadcotimes.com/content/girls-basketball-season-excitement-continues <p> Munroe<br /> FAMU 90&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp; &nbsp;<br /> MUNROE 13<br /> The Lady Cats were completely overwhelmed by the bigger, faster and stronger FAMU team.&nbsp; They were behind 40-5 after one quarter and 64-8 at the half.<br /> MUNROE 51&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp; &nbsp;<br /> TALLAVANA 40<br /> County girls basketball action, volleyball awards for Gadsden girls http://www.gadcotimes.com/content/county-girls-basketball-action-volleyball-awards-gadsden-girls <p> MUNROE<br /> Grace Christian 56&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp; Munroe 41<br /> The Lady Cats dropped a non-district contest to visiting Grace Christian Academy of Bainbridge last Monday.&nbsp; Junior guard Jeri Sloan led the way scoring with 21 points.&nbsp; Sloan also sank five three-pointers for the 2nd game in a row.&nbsp; Karleebeth Perkins led defensively with 11 rebounds and Maddey Pappadakis finished with four steals.<br /> FAMU&nbsp;&nbsp; 90&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp; &nbsp;<br /> Munroe 13<br /> Mixed results for girls at the hoop http://www.gadcotimes.com/content/mixed-results-girls-hoop <p> East Gadsden<br /> The East Gadsden girls basketball team picked up two more wins this past week with both being blowouts and both propelling the team to 6-0 on the season.<br /> EAST GADSDEN 83 WEST GADSDEN 27<br /> The Jaguars blasted the Panthers, scoring 37 points in the first quarter and leading 63-22 at the half.&nbsp; Three players were in double figures and were led by Deondra Harris&rsquo; 25 points followed by Shanecia Bethea&rsquo; s 17 points and Keyaria James with 12 points.<br /> West Gadsden&rsquo;s Shakia Gilcrease scored 14 points for the Panthers.<br /> Girls basketball season opens http://www.gadcotimes.com/content/girls-basketball-season-opens <p> Girls basketball season cranked up this past week and what better way to start up the county scene than with oodles of wins and a close contest between two county teams? &nbsp;<br /> Lady Cats rally for playoff win http://www.gadcotimes.com/content/lady-cats-rally-playoff-win <p> The Munroe volleyball team was in a hole they had dug by themselves.</p> <p> <br /> One more loss and they would bury the 2014 season. &nbsp;</p> <p> Instead, on Tuesday night at the Munroe gym before a home crowd, the team found a way to rally, putting away the Seacoast Christian Academy Eagles in Round 1 of the Region 1 playoffs.&nbsp;</p> <p> The Lady Cats had dropped their first game by about as bad a volleyball score as you can suffer, 25-9, and still be considered a competitive team. &nbsp;</p>