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Sports : Braymer Bobcats Advance To Tournament Title Games
Posted by Tom on 2014/1/17 9:00:00 (390 reads) News by the same author

The Braymer High School girls and boys basketball teams will both be in the championship games of their own tournament on Saturday night, after semifinal wins on Thursday.
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The Braymer Lady Bobcats cruised to a 61-24 win over the Tina-Avalon Lady Dragons, with Mallory Hughson leading Braymer with 18 points. Darcey Peters had 14. The Braymer girls will play Orrick in the Braymer Invitational Tournament championship game on Saturday night at 6 o'clock. The Orrick Lady Bearcats, behind 19 points from Sam Fulte, beat Southwest Livingston by a score of 57-40. Haylee Johnson led Southwest with 12 points.

In girl's action on Friday night from Braymer High School, Veritas Christian plays the Richmond JV for the consolation hardware at 4:30, with Southwest Livingston playing Tina-Avalon for third place at 7:30.

The Braymer boys picked up a 47-35 semifinal win over Southwest Livingston on Thursday night. Tina-Avalon downed Veritas Christian in a boy's pool play contest, 66-60. The win pushes Tina-Avalon to the championship game against the host Bobcats, on Saturday night at 7:30.

In the boy's consolation final, Friday night at 6 o'clock, Orrick will battle Wentworth Military Academy. Southwest Livingston and Veritas Christian play in the boy's third place game on Saturday afternoon at 4:30.

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