For a second time the Toombs County Bulldogs have avenged a Region 2 loss from earlier in the season. The first time they did it was at home against Metter and at Jeff Davis the Dawgs did it again. Toombs County lost a 10-point decision (58-48) at home to the Yellow Jackets, but on the road they defeated JD by almost the same score 58-48.
The victory improved the Bulldogs record to 13-6 overall and 5-4 in the region. For Jeff Davis the loss stopped an eight game winning streak and dropped the Jackets region record to 6-3. Toombs and Metter are both just a game behind Jeff Davis in the fight for second place.
Four Bulldogs hit double-digits- Jalen Mobley scored 18, D.R. Meadows 14 and Tyrese Lewis and L.J. Sims each had 10. Ermias Fisser and Alex Blount each scored 2 points and Karis Harden 1.
Former Toombs County head coach Donnie Arrington is now 2-2 against the Bulldogs and in each of the four games the road team has been the victor.
The Jeff Davis Lady Yellow Jackets outscored Toombs County 13-6 in the fourth quarter and pulled out a 38-32 victory. Jocelyn Walker and Joann Gomez both fouled out in the fourth quarter. Walker and Dominique Jones each scored 10 points to lead Toombs.
Diamond Logan and Shakevia Knight each scored 4 points and Joann Gomez and Christine Mobley 2 each.
The Lady Yellow Jackets had a tall post player who was a dominant force. Khaliyah Jenkins scored 16 points and blocked numerous Lady Bulldog shots.