In Tuesday’s game at Booker T. Washington High, Pace kept it uncomfortable for the host team, but Washington prevailed 66-57 while its star guard Michael Randolph Jr. eclipsed 1,000 career points. Randolph finished with 17 points and eclipsed the 1,000-point milestone in fashion with a fast break dunk in the second quarter. “It was just a great moment, I never thought I would be where I’m at today,” Randolph said. “A lot of people don’t reach 1,000.
He might only be a junior, but in his third year of varsity play, Pensacola Catholic High shooting guard DJ McKenzie has the experience it takes to lead a championship-caliber team. The high-flyer leads Catholic in points (14.2) and steals (3.0) per game and has been pivotal in Catholic's perfect start this year — the Crusaders are 12-0 overall and 3-0 in District 1-5A play headed into Friday night's game at Milton.
Booker T. Washington High faced its second-consecutive game without head coach Justin Pierce Friday at Pine Forest, with David Williams II filling in as interim head coach. The stakes were high as Washington needed a win over Pine Forest to remain as front runner in District 1-7A. Washington responded to the pressure and won 62-54, controlling the second half of a game that was tied 29-29 at halftime. Washington trailed by seven in a first half that contained nine lead changes.
Reigning PNJ girls basketball player of the year Jaila Roberts turned in a triple double tonight in a win over Pace. 31 points, 11 rebounds and 10 steals. Definitely a big night at Booker T Washington High @BTW_LadyCats
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