Tifton Gazette


February 27, 2013

Devils fall to North Cobb

TIFTON — North Cobb was a perfect 15 of 15 from the line and hit nine three-pointers Wednesday night  as the Warriors knocked off the No. 1 Tift County Blue Devils, 68-63 in the state quarterfinals. Tift had the lead after each of the first three quarters, including 52-45 going into the fourth.

Brannen Greene led Tift with 22, Tadric Jackson had 15 and D.J. Bryant chipped in 13. The Devils end their season 25-5.

The Warriors had a pair of 20+-point scorers, Jordan Neff (22) and Joe Beausejour (21). Lee Moore had 18 points.

Full details will be in Friday's Gazette.

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