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FPCA coasts to 104-54 victory
Faith Baptist beats Open Bible, 96-67
Senior Faith Baptist Crusader Jamil Donovan celebrated his team’s 96-67 win on senior night by dropping in 14 points and a crowd-pleasing slam dunk against Open Bible Christian School. - photo by Phgoto by Patty Leon

The First Presbyterian Christian Academy Highlanders have scored a combined 206 points in their past two games, defeating Providence Christian 102-23 Tuesday night, and dropping Citizens Christian 104-54 Friday night at the St. James Sports Center.

The boys rule the Georgia Independent School Association’s Region 2-A at 3-0.

The Patriots came out quick, knocking in two buckets to take the lead. However, the Highlanders turned up the heat and shifted into third gear, a pace too quick for the Patriot defenders.

By halftime, the Highlanders had a 58-20 lead and never slowed their pace. Jordan Johnson and Mike Brown hit treys from the opposite corners and DJ Felder and Hakeem Golden grabbed rebounds, turning them into layups for a win.

The Highlanders were set to play a non-region game against Furtah Prep last night. The girls will also play Heritage Christian on Tuesday. The boys squad is looking ahead to next Saturday’s homecoming game against Bethesda, their strongest region opponent.

The Courier will bring you the results as they become available.

Faith Baptist beats Open Bible, 96-67

Ludowici’s Faith Baptist Crusaders celebrated senior night Friday with a 96-67 victory over visiting open Bible Christian School.

Seniors Tracy Jester, Tyler Royer, Jamil Donovan, Andrew Cammack and Aaron Power were recognized and the teams took the court.

Jester enjoyed knocked in 33 points and had an assist. Donovan added 14 points, two blocks and a crowd-roaring slam dunk with five seconds left in regulation.

Junior standout Jaquez Motley had a double-double, getting 20 points and 10 rebounds. He also had five assists. Freshman Aaron Scott had a good showing, dropping in 18 points for the win.

The Crusaders host urban Christian next Saturday. The junior varsity boys will tip-off at 3 p.m. and the boys’ varsity game will follow.

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