Panama City, FL---Girls all over the state have been playing in district tournaments fighting for state births, including at Bay high Saturday night, where Mosley and Rutherford were going head to head.
The Lady Dolphins and Lady Rams. Winner guarantees themselves a trip to state and a chance for a district title.
In the highlights attached above, Mosley takes advantage early. J'Niyah Daniels gets the steal and follows with the lay in to go up 4.
But Rutherford starts to fight back. Alishia Williams gets the three ball to drop to cut the deficit to one.
Then, Williams, off the offensive rebound, somehow gets the tough bucket to go in. That gvies the Lady Rams a one point lead.
It was back and forth all game but three seed Rutherford pulls off the upset 46-42. They'll play Choctaw for the district championship. Williams was able to hit a three with 4.9 seconds left to break a tied game open and help her team advance to the FHSAA Championship.
The Lady Rams enter at 15-6 while the top seeded Lady Indians are 23-3. Tip off is at 7:00 PM.