Walker Valley Falls 79-58 to Cordova in State Tournament
Murfreesboro-(WDEF) Walker Valley was back in the state tournament for the first time since 2009, but their return trip to Murfreesboro ended in their opening round game as the Mustangs lost to Cordova 79-58.
Walker Valley shot the ball extremely well, hitting 53-percent of their shots.
But the Wolfpack’s quickness proved to be the difference.
Cordova had ten steals on the day, including three from point guard Tyler Harris.
Harris got a four-point play midway through the second quarter that put his team up by twelve.
The Wolfpack then carried a 37-22 into the locker room at halftime.
Mustangs made a run in the third quarter using the three-pointer. They finished the day 6 of 12 behind the arc.
Walker Valley trimmed the lead to eight in that third period, and that was as close as they could get to the Wolfpack.
Kenny Bunton was the bright spot for the Mustangs offensively pouring in a game high 23-points to go along with nine rebounds.
Big man Jalen Dupree led Cordova with 20-points, while Harris added 18.
Walker Valley ends their season with a 23-10 record.