November 27, the 9th Grade Boys Basketball Team had a home game at LCHS. With a winning score of 40-29, Lee County beat Westover. Malik Powell, Michael Taylor, Jhavarion Bell, Damarion Jones, and Brandon Bush were all interviewed on their plays.
In the game, Damarion (Dman) Jones brought his best to the court in both the 9th grade and JV game. In the 9th grade game, he scored a total of 10 points. Behind him, was Brandon Bush with a total of 15 points.
Brandon Bush showed his basketball skills in the game and played with a high level of great sportsmanship. His total of 15 points in the 9th grade game, followed with an extra 1 point in the JV game.
Along with Jones and Bush, Michael Taylor had a total of 8 points in the 9th grade game. He was also able to play in the JV game with 4 points scored. Michael (Mj) Taylor put effort into the game and it was very noticeable.
Malik Powell with a total of 6 points scored and Jhavarion (Jay) Bell with 4 both showed improvement and skill in their game.
Being basketball players, these 5 players showed more sportsmanship and effort than the rest. Their dedication to the game is something that will get them further.
Come out to the next 9th Grade Basketball Home Game on December 4th at 5:00 p.m at the Lee County High School!
Ever since Lee County’s intense and exciting win against Coffee County last Friday, everyone has been hyped up about the upcoming game. The Trojans had a tough loss the Friday before but the guys had an outstanding comeback with a win of 23-7. The team has spent many hours preparing for this moment in the season and they played outstandingly throughout the whole game and not once gave in. The Trojan Spirit and determination was without doubt pumping through the whole team’s veins.
This Friday October 18th, @ 7:30 the Trojans are going up against Richmond Hill High School. The fans are ready to watch and the players are even more ready to get out on the field and play. Our very talented Outside Linebacker, Baron Hopson says, “We are really excited for this game man. It’s a big stage and it’s time to do big things.” The guys are ready to go out and play like they know how to play. Magwood and Hopson says that, “We have no doubts. We have faith in our team. Our team always provides us with a great scout book and we are definitely ready for this Friday.”
Hopson says, “Richmond Hill is a great team but I don’t think they match us physically. We definitely have the potential to go out there and win.” Magwood knows, “As long as our defense plays like they know how to play we should be good in the long run.” The Trojans are 100% ready for game day Friday and we all can’t wait to go out and support our boys at the big game!
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Three 9th grade football players are lucky and skilled enough to practice and play with the varsity football team: Baron Hopson, Chauncey Magwood, and Preston Simmons. Since Hopson was already put in the spotlight a couple weeks ago (you can read that article here), it’s time to give Magwood and Simmons their moment of fame. Continue reading Freshmen Playing Varsity Football→