(T-G File Photo by Chris Siers)
While Heath was the consistent scorer throughout the night, it was Moore County who held the early advantage.
The Raiderettes spread out the attack and saw points from five different players to hold a 10-8 lead after one quarter of play.
But Cascade struck back in the second, outscoring the home team 9-4 to go into the half with a 17-14 advantage.
While Cascade's offense was sluggish throughout the first half, Moore County couldn't stop the onslaught in the last two quarters of play.
Cascade exploded for 14 more points in the third, 10 of which came from Heath's hot hand. The Lady Champs tacked on 10 more in the fourth, most of which came again from the high-scorer.
Heath shot an impressive 6-of-9 attempts from the free throw line in the fourth quarter alone, boosting Cascade to the win.
But Heath wasn't the only effective offensive asset the Lady Champs turned to for key points in the game. Delaney Vaught tacked on six points while Bailey Sudduth added four. Sydney Smith also added a bucket to her credit as well.
The Lady Champs travel to Westwood on Monday for another road contest with the opening tipoff set for 6 p.m.
Cascade 8 9 14 10 -- 41
Moore Co. 10 4 6 8 -- 28
Cascade: Kristen Heath 29, Delaney Vaught 6, Bailey Sudduth 4, Sydney Smith 2.
Moore Co.: Sloan Mann 6, Chrissy Lockhart 4, Grace Cauble 4, Kinsley Logan 4, Delaney Stevens 2, Carrie Staples 2.
Halftime score: Cascade 17, Moore Co. 14.