Thursday August 13th, 2020 4:29PM

Girls basketball: Dawson County falls to Stephens County in Commerce tourney

By AccessWDUN Staff

COMMERCE — Dawson County dropped its opening game in the Christmas in Commerce tournament Friday night falling 53-38 to Stephens County.

The Tigers (8-6) were held to just 16 first half points and trailed 20-16 heading into the second half. The Indians extended their lead to 38-28 after the third quarter and pulled away down the stretch.

Sophia D'Oliveira led Dawson County with 14 points. Marlie Townley scored 9 and Mariah Benson had 8 for the Tigers.

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