When a basketball team has a deep bench and everyone contributes and plays together, it presents a challenge to opponents.
In Saturday’s Mid-Southern Conference game at Eastern (Pekin), Brownstown Central’s girls basketball team knew it would have to have a strong post presence. But when Kaylee Bennett got in some foul trouble, fellow starter Brooke Ebbing and two post players off the bench provided a spark.
They helped the Braves build a 26-20 lead at halftime, and Brownstown continued to play strong in the second half on its way to winning 74-54.
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