CARTHAGE — Smith County roared from behind in the fourth quarter Friday night to knock off Watertown 42-38.
The Tigerettes led 29-24 going into the fourth before Smith County closed with an 18-9 period. Watertown was up 10-5 following the first period and 21-15 at halftime.
Brittni Allison and Saranda Woodson each scored 13 points for the Tigerettes while Emma Christensen finished with four, Delanney Hight and Alie Tunks three apiece and Daejah Maklary two.
Watertown will journey to Jamestown on Tuesday to take on York Institute at 6 p.m.