Posted On: 12/15/20 11:57 PM

Arlington protected home court Tuesday night, defeating Fayette Ware, 80-62 to improve to 7-0.

Here are three takeaways from the Tigers’ win over the Wildcats.

Madison PeasterMadisonPeaster6'2" | PGArlington | 2021StateTN didn’t have to force shots.

The Tigers were in complete control for the most part during Tuesday night’s matchup. Arlington was beating Fayette Ware on the boards and beating the Wildcats in transition. Arlington has talent, with the ability to have at least four players finish in double-digit scoring every night. But, first, senior point guard Madison Peaster has to learn not to force shots when he has teammates open.

The 6-foot-2 point guard is very crafty with the basketball and was the most explosive guard on the floor Tuesday night. He attacked the rim a lot, but there were times he should have made the right basketball play by passing to the open shooters. Each time he got into the lane, the defense collapsed, leaving junior guards BJ Gilmore and Phil Dotson III open on the island alone ready to shoot.

Both players made shots from deep Tuesday night. Dotson connected on three 3s and Gilmore knocked down two. Peaster had a productive night, finishing with 19

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