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Girls vs. McIntosh

On Friday in Mt. Vernon the game was tied at 4-4 early in the first quarter. McIntosh led 6-4, but Bell tied the game and then Banks gave MCHS the lead. Banks found Jabrayla Coglin for a basket, and then Coglin added a threepointer for a 14-6 lead late in the first quarter.

In the second Banks found Bell on a fast-break with a nice behind-theback pass for a 20-7 lead with 4:30 left in the half. Banks added a basket, and a three by Moore gave the Eagles a 25-10 lead. By the end of the first half the Lady Eagles were on top 29-12.

It was 38-14 halfway through the third quarter, and MCHS took the win, 52-28.

Boys vs. McIntosh

The Buccaneers took an early lead and were on top 12-8. The Eagles went on a run in the second quarter and took a 33-26 lead into halftime.

In the third the Bucs closed the lead to 42-39, and then came back in the fourth quarter as they outscored MCHS 20-14. That gave the the Bucs the win, 59-56 over the Eagles.

Girls vs. Treutlen

In the girls game the Lady Eagles closed out the regular season on a 24 game winning streak. Their only loss came in the first game of the season against Ware County. MCHS won the game over the Lady Vikings by the score of 64-42.

Boys vs. Treutlen

The Vikings boys came away with the win over the Eagles. Treutlen won that game by the score of 83-65. Treutlen led 2519 at the end of the first and were up 52-34 at halftime.

Javarius Kelly led MCHS with 21 points, Mobley added 18, and Bell scored 11 in the loss.

This week the boys played Savannah Classical on Tuesday after presstime as part of the Regoin Tournament. Their next game will depend on whether they won or lost. The Lady Eagles will play on Thursday at Jenkins County with their opponent and game time TBD.

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