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The Central of Coosa County Cougars had already won four in a row (a stretch where they outscored their opponents by an average of 62 points), and they went ahead and made it five on Saturday. They walked away with a 53-46 win over Thorsby.
Central of Coosa County’s win was the result of several impressive offensive performances. One of the most notable came from Majavius Culpepper, who scored 18 points along with eight rebounds. Elijah Richardson was another key contributor, scoring eight points along with 11 rebounds and four steals. Central of Coosa County’s victory was their fourth straight at home, which pushed their record up to 9-7. Those good results were due in large part to their offensive dominance across that stretch, as they averaged 78.5 points per game. In their previous Thursday game Central of Coosa County Cougars scored the most points they’ve had all season to find success. They breezed by Isabella at home to the tune of 100-20. Central of Coosa County has made a habit of sweeping their opponents off the court, having now won seven matches by 26 points or more this season.
Connor Mitchell continued his habit of posting crazy stat lines, scoring 25 points along with five steals. As a matter of fact, that’s the most points he has scored all season. Another player making a difference was Lacorrian Thompson, who scored 15 points along with four steals. Story provided by MaxPreps.
Thank you to our cheerleaders who have been there along the way pumping up the players and the crowd. Thank you, also, to PTO president Maressa Ware for providing pictures.