The first meeting between the Toombs County and Tattnall County boys, in Lyons, was decided in the final seconds when the Warriors Jamaine Coney followed up a 3-point air ball miss and scored with 2.3 seconds left to put Tattnall up for good. In the rematch in Reidsville, the Warriors broke open a close game by outscoring the Dawgs 26-6 in the fourth quarter in a 66-40 victory.
In their previous game at Pierce County the Bulldogs scored 29 points in the first quarter and 50 in the first half and made 15 3-pointers in the game. However, against the Warriors defense, the Dawgs tallied only five points in the first quarter and 23 in the first half. Toombs trailed 9-5 after one quarter and the game was tied at 23 at half. TCHS never had a lead, but had the Bulldogs had the ball down by one point in the third quarter. The Warriors were up 40-34 going to the fourth quarter.
D.R. Meadows led TCHS with 15 points, Jalen Mobley scored 10, Alex Blount and Tyrese Lewis each had four and Andre Clark and Bronza Jones each made a 3-pointer for three points a piece. The Bulldogs dopped in six 3-balls with Meadows and Mobley each making two.
The Tattnall junior varsity boys beat Toombs 57-43. Karis Harden scored 21 points, Rakewan Williams added nine, Shawn Floyd six, Ashlee Ashley three and Tivien Ashley and Marquis Scott had two each.
The Lady Warriors defeated Toombs County 52-35 and Dominique Jones topped the Lady Dawgs with 10 points. Demetria Jones added six points, Jocelyn Walker five, Christine Mobley and Aisha Shipman four, Shakevia Knight three, Joann Gomez two and Kayla Brown one.