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Clean sweep of wins for County Upper

BIG WIN: County's Molly Owen
BIG WIN: County's Molly Owen

There was a clean sweep of victories for basketball teams representing the County Upper School.

Starting the run of wins were the under-16 girls who clinched a deserved 61-47 win victory over the Reading Rockets.

Leading the scoring charts were Suzie Brawn and Phoebe Parker with 20 points each and Rebecca Steven with ten.

Despite having a three-week break, the under-14 girls dismantled Norfolk Iceni 77-28.

County Upper were lead in scoring by Alex Popova with 19 points, supported by Chloe Manning and Molly Owen with 16 and ten points respectively.

In a tense encounter, the under-18 boys edged out Milton Keynes 62-58 to improve their record to three wins and one loss for the season.

Leading the scoring were Keiran Tate with 20 points, supported by Sam Kesinro and Tomisin Olumoroti with 16 and 13 points respectively.

Under-12 girls from the school played an outstanding game to defeat Southend 78-54.

Grace Spooner bagged 22 points, supported by Kiah Pasley and Jenna Wright with 21 and 16 points respectively.

County Upper Under 14s continued winning ways with a comfortable 81-44 success at Essex Rockets II.

Luca Beadle led the scorers for the second week with a huge 25 points. Josh Hales and Robert Martin each added 13 of their own.

Young guard Freddie Barber added 10 of his own on a great shooting effort.

The team have now recorded nine wins and three losses in their 12 games this campaign.


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