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Creek Bridge High School
Marion

Creek Bridge ready for playoff push

By Ken Buck

Staff Writer

Marion— Heading down the final stretch of the season, the Creek Bridge boys basketball team is hovering right and .500 and is poised to make a run at a playoff berth.

With an overall record of 8-9 and 1-1 in region play, Creek Bridge will need to have a strong showing the second part of the region season to make the playoffs. Creek Bridge is currently in third place in the region.

Head Coach Crasten Davis says that his team is getting better at each game.

“I am extremely proud of my student-athletes for their hard work and continuous efforts to get better,” he adds. “We have gotten better each game. We have played well in spurts.”

Davis also pointed out that his team is continuing to work hard on several facets of their play.

“We are constantly working to better our team communication, strength, and our defense,” he says.

Davis pointed out earlier in the season that has team has good depth and has been a good defensive team overall so far.

“We are looking to finish games better and become a more complete and balanced team,” he said.

The head coach also said that his team as a whole is plays as a team.

“We have an unselfish team that likes to play with each other,” Davis explains. “We have interchangeable players that fit together well.”

Creek Bridge has seen great play from a number of their athletes so far this season.

Point Guard Tylique Dixon has been a critically important leader for the team on the court. Wing Ron Stackhouse has also contributed much to the team. Kobe Godfrey has also been an integral part of Creek Bridge’s successes of late.

Guards Jahmier Hampton and Keion Gause are helping out in the back court.

Kycheim Crawford and Forward Isaac Hemingway, Center Kheuaris Cross, and Wing Taytron Gause have also contributed to the run Creek Bridge is on.

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