Undefeated Lady Wolverines not without blemishes, ...
by Emily Horos
ehoros@cherokeetribune.com
12:58 AM, Saturday, January 31
Ashton Sutton scored 19 points to lead Woodstock to a 72-51 victory over archrival Etowah on Friday night, but Lady Wolverines coach Julie Crowe said her team still has some things to learn.

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