The Lady Bulldogs looked to get back on the winning track after losing two earlier games during the week. The Lady Bulldogs fell to South Greene and Middlesboro and welcomed Grainger County into Tazewell with the idea of getting back to the Lady Bulldog style of winning basketball. The Lady Grizzlies struck first and ran the score out to 7-0 before CHS got on the board. The Lady Grizzlies kept the lights changing on the scoreboard and moved out to a 13-4 lead. Seemingly every shot that the Lady Grizzlies put in the air during the first quarter turned out golden as they cruised out to a 20-8 lead. The second quarter also started well for the visitors who increased the lead to 24-10. At the 6:10 mark they had a 19 point lead. With 4:16 in the first half the lead was 20 and the Lady Bulldogs looked tired. Ariel Nickell struggled with her game throughout the first half but Amy Estep tried to keep CHS close and led the team at the break with 6 points. Nickell finished the half with only three but got going in the third by completing an "and one " opportunity; however, the Lady Grizzlies kept scoring and with 5:09 left in the third led 44-21. Needing "threes" to fall the CHS shooters; Nickell, Lindsey Snodgrass, Lindsay Hall and Sarah Bishop kept tossing them up but they would not fall. At the end of three the score was all Lady Grizzlies at 51-24. With one quarter remaining the Lady Bulldogs would have to mount a furious offensive charge but the Lady Grizzlies did not allow it and took home the convincing 65-36 win. Nickell led the Lady Bulldogs in scoring with ten points. Abbey Taylor played a great defensive game even when her CHS team was down by 30. Claiborne will try to regroup and rebound from a most disappointing loss.