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Robert Toombs Christian Academy's Varsity Boys basketball team defeated CCA 59-48. The Crusaders came out playing well in the first quarter making the score 16-3. Coach Adam Callaway says, "we got a little lazy defensively and let the score run up. This was also the first game we played in 12 days, so we were a little sloppy and had a few things we needed to work on. However, it is a win and this moves us to 8-1 going into our region schedule next week." Top scorers for the game were junior JaSahun Powell with 23 points, senior Tyler Buggs with 12 points, followed by senior MK McBride and sophomore Drew Vaugh with 10 points each. 

The Lady Crusaders came up short against CCA 65-49. The Lady Crusaders came back from the Christmas break playing tough but ran out of gas late in the fourth quarter. Top scorers for the game were sophomore Ansley Akins with 17 points, sophomore Bree Wimberly with 13 points, and freshman Meredith Durden with five points.

Here's what Head Coach Jacob Wilkinson had to say about the game, "I'm proud of our team for fighting back after being behind early in the game. At halftime, we were down 17 points, in foul trouble, and down two main players, junior Mary Claire Wolfe and sophomore Emmie Davis weren't able to play. We did a better job of limiting our turnovers which in return led to us having more shots. We cut the lead to 9 points heading into the fourth quarter with sophomores Bree Wimberly and Ansley Akins's strong shooting. CCA hit a few tough shots at the end while freshmen Kylie Acosta and Meredith Durden fouled out early in the fourth quarter, allowing CCA to pull away. CCA is a good team, probably the second best team we have played. The girls gave it everything they had, we just ran out of gas at the end. I'm proud of these girls' determination to keep getting better. We are a much better basketball team than what our wins and losses say. We have played a tough schedule early in the season, but I believe that will help us heading into Region and State and that's when it really matters." (Courtesy of RTCA)

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