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|Monterey sweeps Cathedral|
Monterey High ended the year on a bright note, sweeping Cathedral in a pair of varsity games at Monterey.
The Lady Wolves made it two straight over Cathedral, avenging one of only two losses on the season after falling to Cathedral 31-26 in Natchez on Nov. 12.
Monterey used its strong point - defense - to pull out a 33-29 win.
Monterey held Cathedral scoreless the final three minutes.
The Lady Wolves (13-3) have not had a team score 40 points or more on them this year and have held opponents under 30 points nine times this season.
Monterey led 8-4 after one period of play and 15-12 at halftime.
The Lady Wave cut that lead to 27-26 after three periods before the Lady Wolves won the final quarter 6-3.
Kristin Russell paced Monterey with 10 points.
The Lady Wolves are currently seeded No. 9 in the Class B power rankings.
Monterey's boys made it three straight over Cathedral with a 57-51 win over the Green Wave.
The Wolves stormed out to a 21-10 lead in the first quarter, but the Green Wave cut that lead to 33-24 at halftime and outscored the Wolves 17-7 in the third quarter for a 41-40 advantage.
But Monterey outscored the Green Wave 17-10 in the final quarter.
Yankee Duncan led Monterey with 17 points, while Hayden Cassels added 16.
"We played good for five or six minutes," said Monterey coach Eric Richard. "We kind of hit a wall, but held on."
It was the first time in several years Monterey scheduled a game duringt the Christmas breakc.
"We were out of shape and out flow, but credit Cathedral," Richard said. "We needed to play somebody, even though I didn't expect us to play well."
Monterey hosts LaSalle Thursday in a make-up contest.
The Wolves face Calvin at home on Friday.
Monterey is seeded No. 16 in the Class B power rankings.
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