• Briarwood girls continue to dominate
By Brian Bowden

Cameron Stadler contributed nine points in the Lady Bucs’ victory Friday night against TJ. Photo by Brian Bowden.

The Lady Bucs (7-1) continued their winning streak as they took down the Lady Jags of Thomas Jefferson Academy on Friday night with ease, 75-54. TJ scored less than 10 points in the first quarter and only put up bigger numbers in the later quarters when Head Coach Keith Johnson started to delve into his bench. "We jumped on them the first two quarters. They had a hard time," said Johnson. "They kind of wanted to play fast, like we play, but it didn't really work out for them."
Offensively, Briarwood had eight players who scored compared to TJ who had 11. However, the Lady Jags didn't have seniors Malia Kency and Tiffany Pate who combined for 53 points, one less than TJ's entire score. Kency also went 3-for-3 from the line. "She [Kency] drove the ball, penetrated and dished well," said Johnson. "Tiffany had a good game too and did well rebounding." Cameron Stadler also contributed to the victory Friday night with nine points.

To read more on this story, see the Wed., Dec. 18, edition of The McDuffie Progress.





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