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Jr Dogs Leave Charleston In Hardwood Carnage

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There’s no chaining up these dogs. Although many contenders have tried, the Waldron Jr High Bulldogs prove to be too powerful a force to take down. In their most recent showdown, Waldron hosted the Charleston Tigers and despite the fact that the Tigers ferociously clawed their way till the end, it was not enough to conquer the Bulldogs bite.

Offensively, the Bulldogs held the keys to the kingdom as they ran the court unrestrained by the Tigers defense. Waldron racked-up 46 total points while holding Charleston to just 22 points upgrading the Bulldogs to 15-2 in total season play. Leading the offensive charge in scoring was Lidge Stinson with 17 points. The Bulldogs collected seven three-point shots with Stinson sinking three of those.

Also helping to shut down the Tigers was Peyton Lipham, Trevor Hunt, and Trenton Hunt who each brought in six points with Trevors points coming from two in your face three-point buckets. Jacob Daggs and Forrest Efurd each set the scoreboard on fire with a thrilling three-point shot. And accounting for a combined five points was Ethan Mayberry, Petey Justice, and Kason Davis.

Defensively, Waldron showered Charleston with pure court dominance. Never letting up on the Tigers offense, the Bulldogs were fast-footed fugitives with their seven steals and 12 defensive rebounds. On Tuesday, January 7, the Jr High Bulldogs will be back to breakin’ ankles and rackin’ up digits as they host the Cedarville Pirates with the Jr Lady Bulldogs starting off the night at 4 p.m.

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