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Destiny Davis, Ashley Green, Kathy Johnson, Natalie Carroll, Mariya Smith, Oktolva Robinson, Chelsi Woods, Jenny Johnson, Endia Chopp, Ta’Kiya Carr, Jamia Ellison, Aaliyaha Scott, and Tra’Zhoria Miller. Not pictured Head Coach Anthony Gonzales and Hannah Hancock.
Calvert Trojans (17-3) (7-0) vs. Bartlett Bulldogs on Tuesday, February 12, 2019 at 6:00 p.m.
Trojans take the dogs for a walk
The Calvert Trojans are developing a balanced scoring attack and that could spell trouble for opposing teams they will face in the playoffs. As the season has progressed the Trojans have developed some depth and some of the early shooting woes have been replaced by a more efficient attack that has seen them play with a new found aggression on both the offensive and defensive ends of the court.
For most of the year, senior guard James Green has led the team on offense but in recent games fellow seniors Matthew Steamer and Derrick Stewart, Junior Duke Hurst, and sophomores TreQuenton Green, Billy Thompson, and Daveon Flentroy have all demonstrated they are more than capable scorers. Steamer, Stewart, Hurst, and Tre-Quenton have all had 20+ point games to help rule the Trojans attack.
Another key to their recent success has been the defensive pressure that they have begun to apply that has worn teams down and caused numerous turnovers that have helped fuel the offense.
On Tuesday, they showed their new found aggression in style with a 101-48 demolition of the Buckholts Badgers. All seven players that dressed for the game scored in the onslaught led by TreQuenton Green who had 25 points. His brother James had 22, Hurst and Steamer added 18 points each, Stewart had 11, Flentroy 6, and Thompson 4 to complete the scoring for Calvert.
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