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SCA's Stanford passes 1,000 career points

DAWSON, GA (WALB) -

Sherwood Christian Academy senior Patrick Stanford entered Tuesday's game at Terrell Academy needing 11 points to reach 1,000 in his Eagle career.

Stanford reached that mark just before halftime with a three-point basket.

The game was briefly stopped where Patrick was congratulated by his teammates, coaches and SCA headmaster Dr. Glen Schultz.

"It is good to get it out of the way. We are in a region game where it really matters. It felt really good. I am struggling right now. It felt good to go ahead and get it out of the way. Maybe my nerves will calm down a little bit, said Patrick Stanford.

Stanford finished the game with 20 points but Terrell Academy collects the big region win over Sherwood Christian 74-58.  Terrell Academy girls win easily over SCA 56-25.

Other Tuesday scores:

Crisp Co.  58  Dougherty 45  boys
Dougherty 49  Crisp Co. 38  girls

Westover 62 Americus-Sumter 57 boys
Americus-Sumter 41  Westover 37  girls

Valdosta 83  Colquitt Co.  46  boys
Valdosta 44  Colquitt co.  41  girls

Coffee 73  Wayne Co. 58 boys
Coffee  54  Wayne Co.  48  girls

Terrell Co. 59  Quitman Co.  54 boys
Terrell Co.  48  Quitman Co.  47  girls

Randolph-Clay 66  Webster Co. 35  boys
Randolph-Clay 69  Webster Co.  29  girls

Turner Co.  74  Telfair Co.  24  boys
Turner Co.  81 Telfair Co. 12 girls  Turner Zenia Coley 1,000 career points

Deerfield-Windsor  61  Brookwood  35  boys
Deerfield-Windsor 32  Brookwood 29 girls

 

 

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