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Undefeated Glenn Hills rolls Gamecocks
Undefeated and No. 1-ranked Glenn Hills came to the Harold Lee Scott Gymnasium Tuesday night, survived a quarter and a half scare from the home-standing Screven County Gamecocks but nevertheless left with a 16-0 record.
The Roosters of Arthur Davis ended Tuesday at 7-8 overall and 2-4 in Region 4AA play.
The Rooster schedule continues to be busy as Laney will host SCHS Friday night before the Gamecocks take a break from their 4AA schedule for a return engagement with Long County on Saturday, this one in Ludowici. Jan. 16 will have the team in Portal.
Leading early at 4-0 the Red and White fell behind at 19-10 before Lamar Anderson hit a buzzer beater to make the county 19-13 the way of the Spartans after one stanza.
When Armani Bunbury hit a layup with 4:46 left before halftime, the Gamecocks knotted the game at 24.
Glenn Hills then put up eight points in the next 32 seconds and then pulled away to a final score of 89-53. Nick Clifton finished the night with 16 points and 11 rebounds, while Kim Hunter had 14 points and four rebounds.
With a 15-8 overtime push, the Roosters outlasted Westside 71-64 in Augusta on Jan. 5.
The Red and White led for almost the entire game before seeing the Patriots knot the game at 56 at the end of regulation. SCHS controlled the extra time, however, with Bunbury scoring six, Eli Brodnex four, Anderson three, and Hunter two.
The game had its bad moments as Davis lost a pair of key players to ejection during the contest. Both will return Friday against region power Laney.
In the win, Clifton finished with 19 points and eight rebounds, while Anderson had 16, and Bunbury 12. Anderson had six rebounds and Hunter five.
Between many things, including Saturday’s Border Bowl, Davis had just eight players available on Saturday in another region contest in Louisville against Jefferson County. A wild first quarter saw the Warriors lead 30-24 in what could best have been described as a track meet.
The game, however, turned for Jeffco in the second as SCHS trailed 51-39 at the half and could never really get back into it. Clifton had 22, Bunbury 12, and Hunter 10. The boards also werecled by Clifton with eight and Bunbury with seven. Anderson also pulled down six.
In an 83-70 loss to home-standing Butler on Jan. 2, the Roosters saw a 13-12 first quarter lead evaporate in the second en route to the loss. Clifton had a huge game with 33 points and 17 rebounds. Hunter and Bunbury each had 11 points. Kendrick Cox had five rebounds as did Adonis Davis.