Trinity Christian School’s varsity boys basketball team opens 2020 on hot streak


Submitted by
Jason Scott
For the
Opelika Observer

Last Monday, Trinity Christian School lost a tight home contest against the Central Christian Crusaders 72-68. Jaxxon Scott led the Eagles with 24 points and 21 rebounds. Clay Odom made Trinity’s only 3-pointer of the night and finished with 15 total points, while Jackson Washburn contributed 13 points and eight rebounds.
On Thursday, Trinity played another home contest against The Campus from Peachtree City, this time finishing in the win column with a 49-34 victory. Foul trouble doomed The Campus in the third quarter, enabling the Eagles to pull away and seal the win. Scott finished with 16 points and 11 rebounds while Washburn nearly capped a double-double performance, notching 10 points and nine rebounds.
Last Friday, the Eagles capped the week with their third-consecutive home game of the week with a 63-22 blowout of Campus Academy, including a 37-12 halftime lead. Scott had another big night, scoring 20 points, 9 rebounds and 4 steals. Lane Starling soared with 16 points, eight steals and eight assists. Daniel Adams was big under the rim, grabbing seven rebounds.
Currently, the Eagles are 5-1 overall, 4-0 in region play. Their next home game will be Jan. 16 against The Oaks. Their home games are played at the Covington Recreation Center, located at 213 Carver Ave.


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