From staff reports
North Jefferson News
GUNTERSVILLE — Locust Fork opened up a 33-14 lead at halftime, then Guntersville turned the tables and outscored the Hornets 28-6 in the second half for a 42-39 comeback victory for the Wildcats in Friday girls basketball action.
Kristen Cox led the way with 16 points and four steals for the Hornets, but 18 turnovers and a paltry 31 percent shooting from the field proved to be their undoing.
Jamie Gail Hudson pulled down 10 rebounds for Locust Fork (11-6), which hosts St. Clair County on Tuesday in a Class 4A Area 13 matchup.