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Lady Gators Eliminated By Bowling Green

Bowling Green had five players score in double figures as they recorded a season high for points and logged their 59th straight win against District 14 competition.

Sophomore guard Dejia Moore netted 7 of 9 3-pointers and paced Bowling Green with 23 points. Junior guard Keely Vincent had 20 points, and senior center Makayla Gray finished with 14 points and 18 rebounds.

Sophomore forward Oneisha Turner and sophomore center Taylor Hunter chipped in 12 and 10 points, respectively.

“It was definitely a team win,” Moore said. “I couldn’t have done what I did without my team. As long as my team is doing well and we all do what we need to do, that’s all that matters.”

Greenwood’s lone senior, forward Lauren Maupin, had 20 points and 12 rebounds in her final game with the Lady Gators (13-19). Freshman guard Rose Mary Jackson added 19 points.

“She’s been our statistical leader for two years now,” Greenwood coach Todd Tolbert said of Maupin. “We’ll miss her and everything she’s brought, but I am encouraged with the team we’ve got coming back. Even though we didn’t end the season the way we wanted to, I think there’s an upside to the 2014-15 group coming back.”

GHS 11 21 13 13 — 58

BGHS 28 24 22 22 — 96

GHS — Maupin 20, Jackson 19, Meador 7, Jessup 5, Hartis 3, Douglas 2, James 2

BG — Moore 23, Vincent 20, M. Gray 14, Turner 12, Hunter 10, H. Gray 7, Pruitt 4, Matthews 2, Martin 2, Randolph 2

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