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free throw before CG answered with a jumper to capture control of the score.

The Lady Barons responded with a 10-0 run led by Copper with seven points, recapturing the lead, 48-39 with 5:24 remaining. A pair of buckets from Coastal Georgia knocked the lead down to just five points, but a trey from Williams and a jumper from Tajahnae Wiggins boosted the Lady Barons’ lead back to double figures. Brewton- Parker fought toward the end of the period, edging out the Mariners 8-6 to move to a 61-49 lead.

Williams opened the period with a big three at the 8:10 mark advancing BPC’s lead to 15 points. After some back-andforth play, Coastal Georgia eventually pieced together some scores to erase the double-digit lead by the Lady Barons.

CG utilized an 8-0 run to pull the game to 69-63 with 1:30 to play. A couple of buckets from Madison Evans essentially sealed the game with the Lady Barons leading by 10. Evans closed out the game with a pair of free throws to secure the 75-64 victory.

As a team, BPC shot for 35% 928-of-80) from the field, 35.7% (10-of-28) from three, and 42.9% (9-of-21) from the foul line. Williams led the scoring efforts for the Lady Barons, producing 16 points. Both Copper and Evans notched 12 points and six boards each. Evans and Tolbert led with four assists each. The Lady Barons narrowly held the advantage in rebounding, 50-49. Off the glass, McRae produced 12 boards to lead BPC while CG had two in double figures.

Brewton-Parker led 8-18 in turnovers, gathering nine steals off the Mariners. The Lady Barons scored 19 points off turnovers.

Brewton-Parker took a few days off before returning to play on Tuesday of this week for a rematch with the Mariners in Brunswick after presstime.

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