Posted On: 11/20/20 8:00 AM

Bartlett got an impressive win Thursday night at Fayette Ware against a talented Wildcats team.

Here are the quick hits from the Panthers’ victory.

Bartlett was scrappy for the most part.

The Panthers, as a whole, seemed to want the win a lot more than Fayette Ware. Bartlett scratched and clawed for every point, rebound and loose ball. The Panthers were alert on the defensive end and forced some turnovers and took advantage of the Wildcats’ offensive miscues.

Bartlett mixed it up on the defensive end Thursday night. The Panthers were in a man-to-man defense to start the game, then quickly went to zone and bounced between the two for the duration of the contest. Bartlett’s goal was to limit the dominance of junior big man JaSteven Walker, who finished the night with 12 points, 13 rebounds and four blocks.

“Biggest thing is Luke Bridges. He did a really good job on him then Rashad Williams,” Panthers head coach Dion Real said. “You see a lot of things about players in the city but Rashad Williams is one that’s going unnoticed. He played some big minutes for us as a freshman against, arguably, one of the

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