Posted On: 02/12/20 2:11 PM

In their final game of the nonconference schedule, Holly Springs hosted Millbrook in a lopsided affair. Here's a look at the five biggest takeaways.

Will Felton leads the way in the paint

It was another solid game from Millbrook big man William Felton as he put up 19 points and 12 rebounds en route to an 84-54 victory for their 20th win of the season. They've got two more games left in Cap 7 action with Sanderson on Wednesday and Broughton to close out the conference schedule. Felton will look to add more double-doubles to his total of 19. 

Sam Hood opens up with a big 1st half

Unsigned senior wing Sam Hood had a hot shooting start to spark an early run from the Wildcats. Hood opened the first half with 14 points, including two 3-pointers and an alley-oop dunk to spark an early first-half run that saw them up 51-23 at halftime. In the second half, the reserves got their shot to prove themselves and that they did.

The Millbrook bench put up 37 points

The Millbrook Wildcats got a chance to show off what they could do on Tuesday night and they did a

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