Behind a strong performance by DeMarcus Addie the Chargers get their sixth straight win, 95-73 over the Trailblazers of Atlanta Metro State. The Chargers opened the game with the hot hand offensively shooting 21 of 30 from the field, (70%), leading at the break 56-34.
In the second half the Chargers stretched their lead to as many as 37 points to pull away for 22 point win. The Trailblazers had no answer for the Chargers DeMarcus Addie who had his best performance of his career going 10 of 13 from the field and 7 of 9 from the 3 point line to end the night with 29 points and 5 assists. Khalyl Watters chipped in 13 and Jeremiah Buford and TaJuan Johnson had 11 points each. The Chargers had 29 points off the bench with reserve AJ Banton going 6 of 8 from the field and scoring 14 points.
" DeMarcus Addie was special tonight, scoring 29." " Another great team win playing hard and unselfish has led to winning basketball," coach Phil Gaffney said.
GHC goes to (14-7, 8-1 GCAA Conference) travel to Americus, Georgia on Saturday to take on South Georgia Tech. Tip off 3:00pm.