Darlington girls head coach Josh Hembree huddles with his players before the game against SACA at the Huffman Athletic Center, January 15, 2013. (Brittany Hannah/RN-T)

Brittany Hannah

Darlington 56, Holy Innocents’ 46

Adding another entry to their long list of memorable moments, the Lady Tigers used a dominating fourth quarter effort to saddle the Lady Bears with a rare home loss.

Maggie Beth Atha scored seven of her team-high 18 points in the final eight minutes to help Darlington flip a six-point deficit into a double-digit victory.

The win came less than two weeks after the Lady Tigers defeated No. 1-ranked Southwest Atlanta Christian Academy, 47-46.

Terar Stewart finished with 16 points and Bailey Brock added 11 in Saturday’s win for Darlington.

“It’s a huge win for us,” said Darlington coach Josh Hembree. “The beat the No. 1 team in the state at our place, and then beat the No. 2-ranked team at their place, it gives the girls a lot of confidence about what they can do.”

Darlington went 10-of-13 at the foul line in the fourth quarter and outscored Holy Innocents’ 28-10 in the period.

“The girls just just stepped up and rose to the occasion today,” said Hembree.

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