The Livingston Academy Wildcats took on Franklin County on Saturday, and after being down by five at the end of the first, their offense carried them to a 61-43 victory.
The Wildcats took control of the game in the second quarter, when they out-scored Franklin County by a 15-7 count. This gave them a three-point lead heading into the halftime break.
The third quarter saw even more success, with Livingston taking a 42-29 lead into the final quarter.
Franklin County battled the entire fourth, but couldn’t make any dent in the deficit and Livingston won by a final score of 61-43.
Matthew Sells shouldered the load on offense for the Wildcats, as he led all scorers with 25 points. Will McDonald and Parker Coleman each added nine points.