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Eagles lose two

POSTED: November 29, 2011 5:06 p.m.

The Riverview Middle School seventh grade boys basketball team lost two games recently.

On Nov. 15 the Eagles were defeated by Lumpkin County Middle, 38-23, and Nov. 17, the team dropped a 38-18 decision to Clear Creek Middle.

With the two losses Riverview is off to a tough 0-3 start to the season.

"Evan Jennings is doing a great job handling the ball at point and shoots well," said Coach Phil Branson. "Keelan Kraus makes good decisions with the ball and has good instincts defensively. Spencer Dunn is emerging as someone that I can count on to play strong and smart. We are also seeing good minutes out of Barry Thurmond. The rest of the boys are improving and getting better as well."

Eagles scoring against Lumpkin County were: Evan Jennings - 9 points, Keelan Kraus - 5 points, Barry Thurmond - 4 points, Spencer Dunn - 3 points and Jacob Adams - 2 points.

Scoring for the Eagles against Clear Creek were: Evan Jennings - 8 points, Spencer Dunn - 6 points, Keelan Kraus - 2 points and Barry Thurmond - 2 points.

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