Jan 31, 2013
It wasn't easy on Thursday night, but the Millbrook girls basketball team left Broughton High School's Holliday Gymnasium with an unblemished record.
After a tie at halftime, Millbrook won the final two quarters of the game to escape with a 56-47 win over the Capitals.
The Wildcats took a 19-15 lead in the first quarter, but Broughton held the top team in the Cap 8 to just eight second-quarter points. Both teams went into halftime tied at 27-27.
Millbrook used its defense to win in the second half. The Wildcats only scored 11 points in the third quarter, but they held Broughton to six points to take a five point lead.
The fourth quarter also belonged to Millbrook as they outscored Broughton 18-14 to secure the win.
Alex Tomlinson led Millbrook with 13 points. Mykia Jones had 12 points for the Wildcats. Tomlinson and Jones were the only Millbrook players to score in double-figures, but eight players scored in the game.
Broughton's Kaila Ealey led all scorers with 14 points. Justice Byrd had 11 for the Caps.
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