Lady Bucs bounce back after loss
By Brian Bowden

Kylie Guy, shown here in practice, put up seven points for the Lady Bucs in their win over CBS. Photo by Brian Bowden.

The Briarwood Lady Bucs (3-1) secured a win on the road in Augusta against the Lady Crusaders of Curtis Baptist Tuesday night, 78-35. The victory, fueled by their aggresive offense and press defense, was just what the team needed to get back on track after their first loss of the season the previous week. "That 3-2 we're running, we're getting better and better with it," said Head Coach Keith Johnson. "All of them played hard."
The defense held the Lady Crusaders to only four points in the first quarter and eight in the 4th. In CBS' highest scoring quarter, they only put up 13, which is a victory any way you look at it for a basketball team. "We probably had our best defensive game this year, by far," said Johnson. CBS' highest scorer only had 12 points as well.
On the other side of the court, the offense was clicking on all cylinders. "We shot the ball really good," said Johnson. Malia Kency led the way for Briarwood with 26 points followed by Tiffany Pate with 21.

To read more on this story, see the Sun., Dec. 8, edition of The McDuffie Progress.





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