GPS Wins Big Over Patriots On Senior Night

Thursday, February 8, 2018
Seniors -  Jamisha Dunigan, Lindsey Wyatt, MacKenzie Jennings, and Brooke McCurdy.
Seniors - Jamisha Dunigan, Lindsey Wyatt, MacKenzie Jennings, and Brooke McCurdy.

GPS scores a season high 67 points Thursday night as eight different Bruisers scored in a 67-39 senior night win over the Chattanooga Patriots. 

The home team started the game on a 11-0 run and led by as much as 18 in the second quarter. Brooke McCurdy scored 23 for GPS. Sharayah Daves tallied a team high 17 for the Pats.

Score by Quarters

CSTHEA      7      10        6        16    - 39
GPS           17      12       20       20    - 67

CSTHEA Individual Scoring:

CSTHEA (39)Sharayah Daves 17, Kailyn Burch 8, Jordan Grant 8, Chloe Neel 2, Makayla Meyer 2, Megan Meyers 2, Shayli Daves, Peyton Evans, Rankins, Lillie Van Meter, Aspen Whittington, Emilie Williams

GPS (67) Brooke McCurdy 23, Mackenzie Jennings 12, Hannah Sanders 10, Lindsey Wyatt 10, JJ Dunigan 8, Jaylah Love 2, Gabby Conover 2, Jaela Beamon 2, Meg Priest, Kaniya Little, Chapel Cunningham, Kaitlyn Songer, Olivia Rector, Hanna Massey

Three Point Baskets

GPS - McCurdy 5, Wyatt 1, Jennings 1

CSTHEA - Sharayah Daves 4, Burch 2

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