Posted On: 03/16/19 2:34 PM

Columbus South defeated Lima Shawnee 64-47 in the Bowling Green Regional Final. The Bulldogs are moving onto the division two state final four. 

In the first quarter, South got off to a quick start. Getting in transition was a problem they put upon Shawnee. Leading 15-7 after one, Marcus Johnson and Trevell Adams combined for eight points in the opening quarter. 

At the half, the Bulldogs opened the game up a bit more. Leading 35-24 at the half, South continued getting out in transition and making it a problem for the Indians. Trevell Adams led south with nine points at the break, while sophomore George Mangas had 13 for Lima Shawnee

At the end of the third, South looked at a 47-36 lead. Trevell Adams and Ta'quan Simington continued a nice game. Anytime the Bulldogs would look at blowing it wide open, sophomore George Mangas was there to answer a run. 

The final quarter of the game, South kept the pedal to the floor. Running away to the double-digit regional final win. South will be heading back to Columbus to play in the state final four. 

Game Takeaways;

South Is A Problem In Transition: Columbus South displayed solid north/south speed,

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