Darby Perry tries to block a Lady Indian.
Darby Perry tries to block a Lady Indian. (Keri Lane)
The Jacksboro Tigerettes took to the road for their last regular season out of town game of the year to take on the Nocona Lady Indians Friday night.

The Tigerettes got off to a fast start but were unable to hold off Nocona's second half rally and fell to the Lady Indians 44-37.

The loss left the Tigerettes in a tie with the Holliday Lady Eagles for the last playoff spot in District 8-2A.

That issue will be decided Tuesday night, when the Tigerettes host the Lady Eagles in the final regular season game of the year.


The Tigerettes continued to play aggressive defense and efficient offense in the second quarter.
Kelsey Laake shots for three.
Kelsey Laake shots for three. (Keri Lane)



Coach Hillary Deffebach was very proud of her team's efforts as she commented, “The girls played a tough game and we had several girls step up. Darby Perry had one of the best games of her career with 12 points.”


In other District 8-2A action, City View defeated Holliday and Bowie defeated Henrietta.

Tuesday night the Tigerettes will take on Holliday with the winner grabbing the final playoff spot in the district.

Read the full article in the Jacksboro Gazette News, Feb. 4