Grace Sexton gets to the rim during the second quarter of Scott High's 60-48 win over Union County on Tuesday, Dec. 5. Sexton had 12 second quarter points to spark a run by the Lady Highlanders, and finished with 24 points and six steals. (LeEtta Boyatt/IH)

HUNTSVILLE — If the second quarter hadn’t happened, you could have made an argument that Tuesday’s non-district game against Union County here would have been close.

But the second quarter, and Grace Sexton, did happen, and the outcome was never seriously in doubt after that.

Sexton scored 12 points in the second to spark a 24-9 run by the Lady Highlanders, which gave them a 15-point halftime lead and led to a 60-48 win over Union County.

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The complete story can be found in the December 14, 2017 print edition of the Independent Herald.