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The Boys Basketball team celebrate their impressive, season-opening win.

Barons breezed by Rockville High School this past Tuesday, Dec. 5, opening the season with a convincing score of 81-39.

The boys started out hot and never slowed down, putting up 25 points in each of the first two quarters in the first half. 

The Barons locked down defensively after halftime, holding the Rockets to seven points in the third quarter and keeping them scoreless in the 4th quarter. The Barons shot an impressive 52% from the field, including 50% from beyond the arc.

Senior Zamir Brown led all players in scoring with 18 points. Junior Lucas Allen scored 14 points on 71% shooting. 

After losing the first two games of the season last year, the Barons are happy to have secured a win in their first game. Brown said, “Going out there, our mindset was to handle business and not take [Rockville players] lightly. Last year, we took…teams like Rockville…for granted, thinking it was going to be an easy win. It was a great showing for us. We have been working extremely hard for the past couple of months, and it showed.”

The boys travel away to take on Poolesville High School tonight, Friday, Dec. 8. Next week, they have three games; Monday, Dec. 11 the Barons take on Seneca Valley High School at home, Wednesday, Dec. 13, they are home again against Richard Montgomery High School, and next Friday, Dec. 15, they hit the road to take on Springbrook High School.

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Adam Niman, Staff Reporter
Adam Niman, a B-CC junior, is a Tattler sports writer. Adam is the captain of the BCC baseball team. In his free time, Adam enjoys his semi-professional Fortnite career where he attempted to compete in national tournaments.

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