Brownstown Central’s Skylar Thompson and Austin Snodgrass picked a good night to have varsity career-high performances.
In Friday’s Mid-Southern Conference home game against Charlestown, Thompson had 26 points on 11-of-14 shooting, including four 3-pointers, and Snodgrass recorded 16 points, including a game-high five 3s, in the Class 3A No. 5 Braves’ 64-45 win. That boosts them to 6-0 in the MSC and 13-1 overall.
The teams combined for nine 3s in the first quarter, and Brownstown led 22-16. Snodgrass and Thompson each hit all three of their shots beyond the arc, and Thompson had another basket off of a Pirate turnover.
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