In game two of the night the Lady Bulldogs faced off with the Lady Rebels in varsity girls competition. South Greene opened up the scoring with a 3-pointer but Ariel Nickell began having success in the paint and helped the Lady Bulldogs move out to an 8-5 advantage. Lindsey Hall banked a 3-pointer in at the 3:05 mark in the first as the Lady Bulldogs moved out to an 11-7 score. At the 1:41 mark the Lady Rebels had tied the score at 11. South Greene forced a turnover with one minute left in the first but came up empty giving CHS the chance to score another basket making the score 13-11. At 6:23 in the second the Rebels took the lead at 16-13 on an "and-one" and quickly opened up a 9 point lead. With only seconds left in the first half Samantha Killion stopped a Lady Bulldog drought with a two-pointer and narrowed the score to 7 points. Only minutes after the second half started the Lady Bulldogs had pulled within one at 31-30. At 4:51 they took the lead 32-31 by an Amy Estep two. CHS pulled out to a 5 point lead but with 1:35 left in the 3rd the score was tied at 38. At the end of three it was a 1 point advantage for the Bulldogs at 40-39. Needing a big play Abbey Taylor stole the ball and converted giving the Lady Bulldogs a chance with only a two-point deficit. With 27 seconds left and down by 3 CHS would have to go for a quick steal or a foul. South Greene hit one giving the Lady Bulldogs a chance at a 3 but they missed and had to put South Greene back to the line. An unforced turnover all but sealed the deal for the Lady Rebels who won the game 58-52. Leading CHS in scoring was Ariel Nickell with 24. Amy Estep threw in 8 points. Lindsey Snodgrass had 6 and Ashley Bussell had 5. Samantha Killion had 4. Lindsey Hall helped out with 3 and Abbey Taylor had 2. In a game that most in attendance would say was over officiated the referees blew their whistles 41 times for player infractions and 45 times for team fouls.