Twiggs County 74,
Brooks County 64
THOMASVILLE — In the eighth-place game of the Holiday Hoopfest, Twiggs County pulled away from Brooks County 74-64.
Wyyontee Glover scored 27 points to lead Twiggs County. Teammate Markevion Hooks added 25.
Tim Rose led Brooks County with 18 points.
Long County 50,
THOMASVILLE — Long County defeated Redan 50-47 in the fifth-place game of the Holiday Hoopfest on Saturday. Jamaal Anderson led Long County with 20 points.
Brooks County 28
THOMASVILLE — In the third-place game of the Holiday Hoopfest, Brunswick crushed Brooks County 64-28.
The Lady Pirates led 21-2 after the first quarter and were never challenged.
Brianna Gipson led Brunswick with 18 points.
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