Trahan scores 17 in Jackson State's 63-61 win over Prairie View Print
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Saturday, 15 March 2008 13:49
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 M on Saturday in the Southwestern Athletic Conference tournament championship.
LaSharee Christian finished with 11 points, seven rebounds and six assists for the No. 2 Lady Tigers, who last made the tournament in 1995.
Jackson State (18-13) built an early comfortable lead, but the Lady Panthers (22-11) went on a 7-0 spurt to tie the game at 38-38 when tournament MVP Trahan briefly went down with an apparent ankle injury.
Prairie View grabbed its first lead with 11:32 remaining on a layup by Dominique Smith, setting off a back-and-forth flurry in which there were six lead changes.
But the Tigers survived that exchange and a flurry of desperation 3's by the Panthers to earn the automatic bid.
Shavonne Smith scored 18 point and Chari Smith added 13 for Prairie View, who was without All-SWAC performer Gaati Werema who sprained her knee in the semifinals.
 

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