DOYLINE C Doyline’s sophomore forward Decarri Markray continued his particular breakout season with a game-high 21 points, fellow sophomore Semaj Solomon busted free for 19 points to again him up and the your home team’s defense was shocking and hellacious agaisnt an outmatched bunch of Fairview Panthers.
Doyline dominated Fairview Fri night, running away by using a 74-47 victory to advance to the 2nd round where the Panthers will coordinator the No. 9 Hornbeck Hornets.
Doyline scalp coach Michael Normand hinted a couple weeks ago that the Panthers were a “very very good team” when they connected on exterior shots.
That statement proved prophetic in Friday’s outcome, as the Panthers knocked down three 3-point shots and a bevy regarding deep two’s to bury Fairview from a 19-5 hole by the end of the first district.
Doyline’s Jordan Fuller connected on the 3-ball to put the Panthers ahead 22-5 at the the second quarter. Following only two Markray made free throws, Doyline selected off a Fairview pass, resulting in a transition 3-pointer from Trey Ware that pushed the advantage to 27-5.
The highway team could never restore.
Doyline would lead 43-14 at halftime as well as 60-36 by the end of the third quarter. A Panthers played most of their reserves inside the fourth quarter to finish available a convincing win.
Markray was obviously a beast on the offensive cup, grabbing rebounds and completing in the paint. His 21-point trip is what Doyline will need Tuesday evening. Solomon’s big night was a met with sign for the Panthers as well, in reference to his jumper falling and acrobatic coatings in the lane.
Joining the pair during double figures were Mark Lockett with 12 points as well as Fuller with 11; Ware over and done with 5 points; senior Port Siah and Sophomore Javeon Nelson found the scoresheet together with 2 points each.
The Panthers as well as Hornets will face away Tuesday night in Doyline during 6:30 p.l., with the winner advancing to the quarterfinals and a likely date using Class B No. One Simsboro.