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Greene, Lawson pace Dawgs past Watauga, N.C., Unaka


Ty Greene’s scoring, steals and board work — plus a 21-point, six-steal game from Jaeland Lawson — have led Bearden boys basketball to a 2-0 start.

Winning Hall of Fame games on back-to-back evenings at Johnson County High School, Bearden beat Watauga, N.C., 60-51 Thursday, Nov. 19, then blasted Unaka 68-48 Friday, Nov. 20.

“They both had a really good weekend,” Bulldogs head coach Mark Blevins said of Green, a junior wing, and Lawson, a junior guard. “Our post guys did much better Saturday night, I thought, than Friday.”

Greene scored a game-high 22 and had a co-high five rebounds versus Watauga, as BHS broke free from a 43-43 tie after three quarters.


Lawson added 11 points and three steals. Will Winton and Drew Standifer had six points and five rebounds each. Rico White and Spencer Peake scored five apiece, Allen Pirie four and Bennett Tassel one.

Lawson’s 21-point, six-steal effort came against Unaka, also adding four assists. Greene was close behind with 20 points and had a game-high seven steals.

Winton scored eight, Chris Phillips and Peake six each., Standifer three and two each for Austin Weida and White.

 

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