Meridian Star


February 22, 2014

Southeast girls bounce back against Philadelphia

FOREST — After a disappointing showing Thursday night, the Southeast Lauderdale High School girls rebounded with a 76-45 win in the consolation round of the Region 5-3A tournament against Philadelphia High School Friday night.

Southeast’s Chariae Harbin hit eight 3-points to finish with a game-high 28 points, while Kimesha Hopson had 12 points and Tia Larkin scored 10 points.

“I was disappointed in our effort (Thursday) night, but we played much better tonight,” head coach Joe Miller said.

Philadelphia’s Isabella Fulton had 18 points, and Kenyatta Moore scored 12 points.

Southeast (21-9) secured the No. 3 seed in its region and will travel to Collins High School at 7 p.m. Monday.

The Southeast boys, meanwhile, finished with the No. 4 seed in their region and will travel to Velma-Jackson High School Tuesday.

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