L.J. and D.R. each score 24 as the Bulldogs go 4-0 at Long County

bkb161november292016
L.J. Sims drives to the hoop for a pair of 3rd quarter points
D.R. Meadows drills a baseline 3-ball
D.R. Meadows drills a baseline 3-ball

Playing in their first real road game of the season, the Toombs County Bulldogs yielded 23 points in the first quarter at Long County. However, the Bulldogs tallied 24 points in the fourth quarter in an 81-77 win. Two Bulldog seniors each scored 24 points and provided key points in the final period. L.J. Simms played his best all around game. The first year Dawg handled the ball against a full court press, dominated the glass and set up his teammates with some clever passes and scored 10 points in the fourth quarter. D.R. Meadows, who missed some shots early in the game, had his best 3-ball stroke the rest of the way and he swished six 3-pointers and scored eight points in the final period. Toombs County Bulldog Basketball Page

Alex Blount scored 9 points, Tyrese Lewis and Montrey Williams 4 and Karis Harden and Ermias Fisser 2.

The Lady Bulldogs, who lost a scrimmage game at Long County last season by 30, dropped a 49-40 decision to the Lady Blue Tide to fall to 2-1. Shakevia Knight led TCHS with 13 points. Dominique Jones hit a 3-pointer and scored 9 points, JoAnn Gomez added 6, Jocelyn Walker and Christine Mobley 5 and  Calvnika Davis 2.

Shakevia Knight shoots in the lane
Shakevia Knight shoots in the lane