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RICHMOND, Va. (AP) - Kenzie Sabo scored 20 points and Danielle Catron added 18 as the Chilhowie girls defeated Honaker 60-34 in the Group 1A state championship game Saturday at the Siegel Center.
Sabo, a 6-foot-4 sophomore, was 10-of-12 from the floor. She added nine rebounds and helped the Warriors (26-2) record 28 defensive rebounds to Honaker’s 14.
Honaker’s offense never found a rhythm, shooting only 20 percent (10-of-50) from the floor. Laken Robinette and Madison Musick each scored 10 for the Tigers (22-7).
Chilhowie’s offense got better as the game progressed. The Warriors converted 33 percent of their field goal attempts first quarter and 69 percent in the third. Chilhowie led 15-8 midway through the second quarter, but stretched that lead to 27-14 by halftime.
Chilhowie avenged its loss to Honaker in the 1A West region finals. In that game, Honaker claimed a 40-30 victory.
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