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Pee Dee Academy High School


By: Gerald Doolittle

Mullins, S.C. -The Pee Dee Academy Eagles of Coach Kyle Drew have opened the 2017-18 basketball season with a bang. The Eagles have opened with a 6-1 record. The Eagles hope to better last year’s record of 15-7.

The Eagles hope to be very competitive for the SCISA Region 3-AA title. They will be competing in the very powerful region with Christian Academy, Dillon Christian, Marlboro Academy, The King’s Academy and Trinity-Byrnes Collegiate.

Seniors Dalton Buffkin, Brandon Carter, Frank Drew, D J Atkinson and Jesse Lane will work hard to get the team on top of region and make a deep run in post-season.

The seniors will get support from juniors Michael Martin, Ryan Brewer, Jake Lane and Reese Webster. Sophomores Connor Garris, Connor Gasque and A J Vaught round out the roster.

After six games Vaught is the leading scorer with 106 points. He also has 14 assists and 19 steals. Jake Lane follows with 54 points, 32 rebounds, 7 assists and 17 steals. Webster comes in with 53 points, 23 rebounds, 14 assists and 20 steals.

Carter has added 35 points, 49 rebounds, 1 assists and 9 steals. Martin has added 13 points, 18 rebounds, 1 assists and 5 steals. Brewer comes in with 10 points, 13 rebounds and 10 steals.

 A good sign for the Eagles is that everyone on the roster has put points on the board and looking for others with the clear open shots. There has been 41 team assists. Also, the defense has come up with 85 steals and 15 blocked shots.



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