Bryan County High School girls’ basketball coach Mario Mincey said his team’s just fine flying under the radar.
The Lady Redskins won’t be under the radar much longer if they keep winning the way they are.
Tuesday night, BCHS dismantled St Vincent’s Academy 64-32. The win keeps the Lady Redskins in the thick of the Region 2-AA race.
“I was very pleased with our effort last night against St Vincent. We were coming of two big wins over Vidalia and Long and did not need to have any let downs,” Mincey said. “Our defense has been really good the last few ball games and a big part of why we are 17-4.
Julianne Brown led the way with 28 points and seven rebounds. Olanna Rawls Shelby,Gunn ,Yasmine Crawford and Alyana Williams helped add to Bryan County’s balanced attack.
“The bench play of Alyssa Edwards, Jay Black, and Arielle Moody was the spark we needed in the 2nd quarter to get us really going,” Mincey said. “I am glad to see us playing pretty good going into the region tournament next week. We will have Bacon County at home on Friday and then Southeast Bulloch on Saturday for senior night.”
Bryan County is currently a game behind Swainsboro and Vidalia in the region standings.