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Basketball: South boys struggle against Grayson
Rams hold War Eagles to fewest points in program's history
South Forsyth’s Geronimo Cruz tries to pass around Grayson’s Marquise Lanier on Saturday. - photo by Autumn Vetter
Before the War Eagles knew what hit them, the game was already out of reach.Grayson led 33-8 at halftime before holding South Forsyth to its fewest points in program history with a 51-20 non-region win on Saturday at the Eagles’ Nest. “At some point we have to knock down some shots,” South head coach Manson Hill said. “They really hurt us on the boards; we’re battling, but we have to get better [rebounding] positions.”The Rams (4-3) jumped out to an early 9-2 lead in the first quarter, forcing Hill to use a timeout.