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Varsity Patriots split with Succuss Unlimited

The Pike Liberal Arts varsity girls and boy’s basketball teams split with Success Unlimited on Tuesday evening in Montgomery.

The games against Success Unlimited was the first official game for both teams.

The varsity girls got off to a hot start, beating the Mustangs 54-10. The varsity boys closed out the evening with a tight loss to the Mustangs, 54-51.

The Lady Patriots scored the game’s first 30 points on their way to a comfortable 44-point lead. The Patriots were led by Lakin Harrell and Shelby Renfroe, who finished with 18 and 14 points respectively. Caroline Seen added five points, while Anna Claire Dorell and Marry Michael Hussey each had four.

The varsity boys scoredThe Pike Liberal Arts varsity girls and boy’s basketball teams split with Success Unlimited on Tuesday evening in Montgomery.

The games against Success Unlimited was the first official game for both teams.

The varsity girls got off to a hot start, beating the Mustangs 54-10. The varsity boys closed out the evening with a tight loss to the Mustangs, 54-51.

The Lady Patriots scored the game’s first 30 points on their way to a comfortable 44-point lead. The Patriots were led by Lakin Harrell and Shelby Renfroe, who finished with 18 and 14 points respectively. Caroline Seen added five points, while Anna Claire Dorell and Marry Michael Hussey each had four.

The varsity boys scored 30 second-half points, but fell three points shy of picking up their first win of the season.

Austin Cross finished with 14 points, while Javon Christian had 13 points. Drew Nelson finished with nine and Nick O’Brien had four.

Both teams will be back in action on November 25. The varsity girls will travel to play in a tournament at Northside Methodist, while the boys will play in a tournament at Lee-Scott Academy.

30 second half points, but fell three points shy of picking up their first win of the season.

Austin Cross finished with 14 points, while Javon Christian had 13 points. Drew Nelson finished with nine and Nick O’Brien had four.

Both teams will be back in action on November 25. The varsity girls will travel to play in a tournament at Northside Methodist, while the boys will play in a tournament at Lee-Scott Academy.