March 14, 2011
Photo by Brandon Brigman
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Coming off a rough loss Friday against city rival Monroe, The Herald No. 2 Patriots bounce back to beat Lee County in Leesburg on Saturday. (ADDS: roundup items on Randolph-Clay, Westover-Lee County girls; Seminole County-Pelham; Randolph-Clay-Pelham; Westwood girls; Deerfield girls; Terrell Academy; Crisp Academy girls; Americus-Sumter boys; and Crisp County boys)
The Lee County girls basketball team improved to 5-5, while the Lee County boys won and the Bainbridge boys lost.
Lamar Perkins scores 24 points and hits a game-winning jumper at the buzzer to lift the Pirates to a 51-49 overtime victory against last year's Class A state runner-up Terrell County. (ADDS: items on Crisp County boys, Sherwood boys and girls, Miller County girls, Deerfield boys and girls, Westwood boys and girls, Seminole boys and girls, Pelham girls, Calhoun boys and girls and Baker County boys and girls).
The Rams come out flat at LeMoyne-Owen, but ASU coach Chris Cameron insists his team is still hungry for its first victory.
Check out The Herald's sports staff's preseason picks with the area's Top 5 girls and boys basketball teams as the Monroe boys begin the year No. 1, while the Westover girls will start out in the top spot.
The Herald sports staff breaks down Southwest Georgia’s 2011-12 boys and girls high school hoops teams outside of Metro Albany.
Deerfield-Windsor's boys win season opener, DWS girls stay perfect, Early County boys improve to 4-0 with win against Seminole, and Pelham girls knock off Bainbridge in a large roundup of high school basketball from Tuesday night.
The Albany Tech women's basketball team improved to 4-0 with a 84-49 victory against Middle Georgia Tech, while the Albany Tech men fall to 3-4 with a loss to Middle Georgia Tech.