Posted On: 12/23/20 2:15 PM

FACS played its first home game of the 2020 season Wednesday morning and just its third game of the season.

The Crusaders didn’t look rusty and took care of business, defeating Collierville, 64-51, to improve to 3-0.

Here are three takeaways from the FACS Crusaders’ win over the Dragons.

Great ball movement by FACS.

Like Christian Brothers, MUS, ECS and other private schools I have seen this season, the Crusaders move the ball exceptionally well and are looking for a great shot, instead of a quick shot. Each player on the floor moved well on the court without the basketball and communicated with one another on most of the team’s possessions.

As a team, FACS made six 3s in the win and simply had balance on the offensive end. The Crusaders recorded 17 assists on 28 made field goals.

Senior guard Josh Ward led FACS with 18 points. Junior wing Daniel Egbuniwe had 17, and junior guard Kobe WilkesKobeWilkes6'0" | PGFACS | 2022StateTN added 12.

Quick start for FACS.

The Crusaders followed the same format the Purple Wave used in Tuesday night’s road win at Collierville by simply jumping out on the scoreboard and never looking back. FACS used

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