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Anna Grey Walters Special to The Herald Independent



Freshman point guard Alyssa Atkerson pushes the ball up the floor to set up the Lady Eagle offense.
Freshman point guard Alyssa Atkerson pushes the ball up the floor to set up the Lady Eagle offense.
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Anna Grey Walters


Special to The Herald Independent


WINNSBORO — Richard Winn Academy faced the Cavaliers of Calhoun Academy on Dec. 6. This was the second time these teams met this season.


The Lady Eagles looked to get another win against the Lady Cavs and won 47-16. RWA’s Carson Justice had 16 points followed by Jessie Stidham with 12 and Emily Brigman with six. The Lady Eagles remain undefeated with a 7-0 record.


The varsity boys also looked for their second win against Calhoun. It looked promising for RWA at half time with the Eagles leading 26-22. However, by the final buzzer, the Cavaliers finished on top, 52-46.


Patrick Pope led the Eagles with 18 points. Cameron Cooper had eight points, and Mason Gibbons and John Coleman each contributed four points. The loss drops the Eagles to 4-3.


Richard Winn has an action-filled week ahead. They play three games, two of which are on the road. Varsity re-matched against Whitmire High School on Monday, but results were not available at press time. All four Eagle teams travel to Laurens Academy on Tuesday and to Wardlaw Academy on Friday.


 
 
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