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MCMS Raiderettes roll to fifth straight win

Posted on Thursday, October 24, 2013 at 3:48 pm

Westwood’s Morgan Jones (No. 24) is fouled by Moore County’s Faith Cauble (No. 25) during their game last week in Manchester. Looking on is Moore County’s Taylor Holcomb (left), while Shayla Castillo (No. 32) trails the play. The Raiderettes won 26-9. (Photo by Milton Stanley, The Manchester Times)

Westwood’s Morgan Jones (No. 24) is fouled by Moore County’s Faith Cauble (No. 25) during their game last week in Manchester. Looking on is Moore County’s Taylor Holcomb (left), while Shayla Castillo (No. 32) trails the play. The Raiderettes won 26-9. (Photo by Milton Stanley, The Manchester Times)

Rolling to their fifth straight victory to open the season, the Moore County Middle School Raiderettes topped Cascade 34-17 Tuesday night on the road.

Faith Cauble sank a pair of 3-pointers and led Moore County with 16 points. No other information was available.

The Raiderettes (5-0) thumped Forrest 41-13 on Monday night in Lynchburg. MCMS built a comfortable 22-7 halftime lead and then cruised to the win.

Cauble led the Raiderettes with a dozen points, while Grace Cauble added 10. Taylor Holcomb finished with seven; Ella Fanning netted six; Shayla Castillo four; and Abi Harvey two.

At Eagleville on Saturday night, eight different Moore County players scored as the Raiderettes rolled to a dominating 43-6 win over the hosts. Moore County led 20-3 at the half. Faith Cauble led the way with 10 points and Grace Cauble finished with eight.

Anna Lea Smith scored seven, all in the second half, while Fanning and Harvey chipped in five each. Delaney Hart tallied four; Kynleigh Fanning added three; and Castillo scored one.

The Raiderettes notched a road win over Westwood on Oct. 17 as they won 26-9 in Manchester. Ella Fanning scored 10 points to pace the team. Faith Cauble added eight.

Moore County plays at Liberty on Oct. 28 and will be at home against Cascade on Oct. 29. Both games begin at 6 p.m.

On Oct. 31, the Raiderettes will be at home facing Community. Anyone dressing in a costume for the Halloween-night contest will be admitted for $2. There will be a costume contest at halftime of the girls game, with the winner claiming two free tickets to Moore County High School’s season-opener next month.

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