In a scrimmage game at Long County the Toombs County Lady Bulldogs were beaten by 50 points. However, one week later the Lady Dawgs are 2-0 in the regular season. They opened up with an eight point home victory over Montgomery County on Tuesday and followed that up on Friday with a 37-21 win over Bacon County in Lyons. Watch a slideshow
Both teams got off to a slow start in the first quarter and each scored six points. Christine Mobley came off the bench and scored six of her nine points in the second quarter as Toombs built up an 18-11 lead at half.
Jocelyn Walker, who struggled with her long range shot in the first half, found the hoop, in the new gym, in the third quarter. Walker hit a two and sank two 3-pointers in the third quarter as she scored 10 of her game-high 12 in the second half. Toombs led 30-16 going to the fourth quarter and unlike in Montgomery County game the Lady Dawgs didn’t allow Bacon to make a serious run in the fourth quarter.
Dominique Jones scored seven points, Joann Gomez four, Demetria Jones three and Shakevia Knight two.
Bulldogs can’t add to their first quarter lead
For the third straight game, including a scrimmage at Long, the Toombs County Boys outscored their opponent in the first quarter (13-12), but the Bulldogs lost the game. Bacon County won each of the next three quarters in a 60-51 victory.
The Raiders Tray Stewart scored half of his team’s points, a cool 30 and he was consistent with his output scoring six points in the first quarter and 10-6-8 the rest of the way.
Jalen Mobley led TCHS with 20. He sank a 3-ball in each of the first three quarters and three long balls in the fourth period. D.R. Meadows got off to a fast start scoring six points in the first quarter and he finished with 16. He made two 3-pointers in the first half. Keshawn added nine points and Alex Blount, Andre Clark and Tyrese Lewis each scored two points for the 0-2 Bulldogs. Watch a slideshow