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Tigers ram Rams, 60-32

Greenville's Zac Smith (2) drives down the court early in the Tigers' 60-32 win over Brewbaker Tech. | ADVOCATE STAFF / Andrew Garner

Greenville’s Zac Smith (2) drives down the court early in the Tigers’ 60-32 win over Brewbaker Tech. | ADVOCATE STAFF / Andrew Garner

Greenville’s Zac Smith, RaHeem Moore and Char’Darrius Warren finished in double figures and the Tigers’ defense stuffed Brewbaker Tech in a 60-32 area victory earlier tonight.

Smith led the team with 13 points; Moore had 12; and Warren added 10. Javarrious Cheatham chipped in seven points.

GHS started the contest with a 4-0 run, and led 10-5 with 3:01 left in the first period. Going into the second, the Tigers led 14-9.

The Tigers’ offense looked like a well-oiled machine on the court. BT couldn’t keep up with the fast-paced ball movement.

As a result, GHS outscored the Rams 23-8 in the second period to lead 37-17 at halftime, all but putting the game away.

Defensively, the Tigers switched from a 2-1-2 to 2-3 zone with a little match up thrown in there for key stops down the stretch in the first half.

One highlight came during the second 8 minutes, when Smith set up a nice alley-oop dunk for Moore to give GHS a 19-9 advantage.

As much as the Rams wanted to get back in the game, they didn’t have an answer for Greenville’s attack.

However, BT did show some life, but it was too late to play catch up.

In girls action, the Lady Tigers fell 74-38.

Shakireyanna Rudolph led GHS with 20 points.

GHS is back in action on Friday at Alabama Christian.