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January 11, 2014

Switching gears

Lineup change sparks THS girls past Cairo; Syrupmakers run away from ’Dogs

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CAIRO — Cairo boys    66

Thomasville    49


The Syrupmakers raced away from the visiting Bulldogs in the second quarter as they turned a 14-8 first-quarter lead into a 29-12 advantage midway through the second.

Thomasville pulled within four in the third quarter before Cairo again pulled away to complete the season sweep.

Stacy Masten, who poured in a game-high 24 points, helped charge the Syrupmaker run in the second as he opened the period with a 3-pointer. Trey Sparrow capped the 15-4 streak with a pair of 3-pointers. Michael Calloway added 10 for Cairo.

But trailing 32-16 with just 19 seconds left in the half, Thomasville quickly got back into the game. After Kenny Hayes hit one of two free throws, Quinton Addison rebounded the miss and scored while being fouled. After completing the three-point play, addison added two more free throws that cut the lead to 32-22 before halftime after a Cairo turnover.

Addison, who paced Thomasville with 18 points, helped keep the Bulldogs close in the third as he scored seven including the basket with 2:27 left that pulled THS within 39-35. Henri Abrams added 10 for THS.

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