12/04/2022
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BLADENBORO – Bladenboro’s Lady Bulldogs rolled to an 18-7 halftime lead en route to a 24-15 Waccamaw Middle School Conference girls’ basketball victory over Williams Township Thursday.

Mallory Bryan tossed in a pair of first quarter baskets, and Brookee Singletary pumped in a basket as the Lady Bulldogs grabbed a 6-2 lead.

Noria Singletary fired in a pair of 3-point bombs in the second period, and Bryan, Megan Pait and Marly Crabtree connected for one basket each to boost the lead to 18-7.

Bryan threw in a basket and a free throw in the third quarter, and Marlie Walters made a free throw as the lead grew to 22-9. Brookee Singletary delivered the final Bladenboro basket in the final period.

Bryan led the Lady Bulldogs with 9 points, Noria Singletary followed with 6 points, and Brookee Singletary finished with 4 points. Jordane Cribb was high scorer for Williams with 5 points.

Coach Otis Evans’ Lady Bulldogs, now 5-1 in Division AA play and 6-3 overall, will travel to Elizabethtown Thursday.

Williams           2     5     2    6 – 15
Bladenboro      6    12    4    2 – 24

Bladenboro (24) – O’Mara McDonald, Natalie Sykes, Kali Allen, Mallory Bryan 9, Megan Pait 2, Holland Davis, Marlie Walters 1, Marly Crabtree 2, Noria Singletary 6, Trinity Meares, Kallie Bass, Montserrat Castro, Brookee Singletary 4.