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By BRODY JONES
So much for home court advantage.
That was the feeling in Oliver Springs Thursday night as visiting Cherokee Middle School handed the Bobcats a pair of losses.
The opening game of the evening went in favor of the Lady Jackets by a 40-33 margin then Cherokee won the final game of the evening, 33-21.
Despite a career night from Leigha Carter with 22 points, the Oliver Springs Lady ‘Cats fell to the Lady Jackets by a 40-33 tally Thursday eve-ning in round-ball action.
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