“We played in several big tournaments and I don't think we played anybody below (Class 3A), “ she said.
While defiantly in the drivers seat of the 18-2A race as it nears the halfway point, Johnson said that there is no time for the Lady Tigers to let up now.
“We have to keep pushing and keep playing aggressive,” Johnson said. “There are a couple of teams behind us that are 3-2 and anything can happen.”
Nolan tossed in three blocks for the Lady Tigers, while Ross and Cover had one each.
Carly Dyess had 21 assists to lead Troup in that department and Bethany Mason was the dig leader with 10.
Troup travels to Hawkins on Friday while West Rusk returns home to face Arp.