October 25, 2014

Lady Braves net win over Indians

The Lady Braves (5-AA) got into the win column at home Saturday night where they defeated East Coweta (3-AAAAAA) 68-57.

Jemeka Parks once again led the way offensively scoring 25 points including three 3-pointers in the first half.

The other half of the Parks twin sister tandem also came up big scoring 16. Shemeka Parks battled hard all night taking the ball to the basket and getting to the foul line where she made 12 of 16.

Senior Jasmine Cook also contributed 11 points. The score was not all that indicative of the outcome as Coach Valeree Williams was able to get lots of valuable minutes for her bench.

Whitney Emory scored six, Ashley Denton notched three, and Senior Christina Cole had two. The Lady Braves led by 18 points at the half.

The 2012 Lady Braves — FRONT (L-R): Madison Whitehead, Khila Bradfield, Sarah Schofield MIDDLE (L-R): Jordan Watson, Kemaiya Brewer, Erica Emory, Ashayla Hill, Hayley Parker, Brionna Strickland BACK (L-R) Shemeka Parks, Ashley Denton, Jemeka Parks, Jasmine Cook, Tanisha Johnson, Christina Cole, Whitney Emory (Image courtesy of THE WARCRY)

In boys action, the Indians were too much for the Braves and walked away with a 74-50 win.

Junior Jonathon Hunt led the scoring with 15 and Senior Damon Pearson was in double digits for the second straight game with 11.

Other scorers included Levi Brown and Elijah Toney with six each, Deron Swint with five, and Cody Chapman with four.

The Indians controlled the game throughout after starting the game on a 23-9 run.

Both teams will be back in action on the road Tuesday night at Central of Carrollton before returning home this weekend to face Lagrange (Friday) and Villa Rica (Saturday) .

In JV action Saturday afternoon, the Indians topped the Braves 67-27. To see more photos visit THE WARCRY.

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