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Rockets slip past Lady Comets 47-44 / December 04, 2017
Person County’s varsity girls basketball team held off the Comet varsity, 47-44, on Friday night in Roxboro.

Comet sparkplug Dee Dee Jeffress led all scorers with 22 points, but it was not enough.

Halifax led 26-14 at halftime, but could not sustain the momentum. Halifax really struggled in the third period, scoring just six points on two buckets and two free throws. Halifax also had offensive woes in the fourth, sinking three baskets and five free throws.

Person had a key 16-6 run in the third period.

Afterwards, Comet coach David Graham said Halifax needs work on its offense, as he is looking for better scoring and some fast break points.

Graham also said Jeffress had an outstanding game.

Daisy Mitchell scored six points for the Comets and Nicole Gillard had seven, including a trey in the final quarter.

Jalisa Brooks had five for Halifax.

Halifax had a quality 12-6 run in the first period, sparked by five points from Jeffress. The Comets had their best quarter of the night in the second, as Jeffress contributed seven. But the Comets could not sustain that production in the second half.

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