In recent seasons it has been a challenge for the Toombs County Lady Bullpup basketball team to win one game let alone two or two in row. Things have changed. The Lady Bullpups, after a 48-9 home win over Jenkins County, have won two games in a row and they have a 3-2 record.
In the Jenkins County victory the Lady Bullpups forced a lot of turnovers with their aggressive full court defense. Seventh grade point guard Kay Kay Mobley leads the defensive attack and her many steals lead to break away layups. Mobley scored 25 points. Amiya Bullard dominated play inside the paint and she scored 14 points. Ziahya Griffin sank a 3-pointer in the second half and scored 5 points. Sixth graders Alesha Sims and Alexa Ledford each came off the bench and scored 2.
The Bullpups trailed Jenkins County 10-0 in the opening quarter. However the Pups came back and cut the lead to 15-10 before losing 38-19. Maleke Day hit two 3-pointers and led TCMS with 10 points. The Bullpups are 1-4.