Tifton Gazette


January 16, 2014

Blue Devils play Colquitt tonight

TIFTON — After a one-game break, the Tift County Blue Devils return to Region 1-AAAAAA tonight with a pair of home games against the Colquitt County Packers. Tip-off is 7 p.m.

The Lady Devils (7-10) are up against a 13-2 Lady Pack team that features Makeba Ponder, a senior who averages nearly 27 points per game.

The Blue Devils at 15-2 will be attempting to extend a 7-game win streak.

Tift split with Westover Tuesday night in Albany. The boys won, 65-50, while the girls lost 41-33.

The teams will be in Coffee Saturday and at Camden County next Friday. They won’t return home until Jan. 25 against Brunswick.

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John Gamble (right) is joined by John Reid at the Tiftarea YMCA Saturday.

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