THOMASVILLE — Offensive consistency has eluded the Brookwood Warriors all season long. If the Warriors’ inefficiencies continue, they could be one and done in the playoffs.

Brookwood opens the GISA AA playoffs today against Trinity at 4 p.m. at Abraham Baldwin Agricultural College in Tifton.

“If we play well, and they play well, it ought to be a really good basketball game,” said Warrior coach Brad Piazza.

The Warriors’ struggles offensively contributed to their 43-42 loss to Valwood in the Region 3 tournament. Piazza said during two five-minute stretches, his team managed just four points.

“We’ve just got to be more consistent and avoid those stretches where we don’t score,” said Piazza.

Brookwood’s offensive woes could worsen without starting point guard Blair Austin. Austin is nursing a sore thigh muscle and will miss today’s game. Piazza said several players could see action at the point, which could be pivotal against Trinity — a team that relies on man-to-man defense.

“We’ve got to do a good job taking care of the ball,” said Piazza.

Defensively, the Warriors will have to contend with center Eryk Johnson. Trinity’s star player averages 19 points and could pose a threat at 6-foot-4.

“They’re not very patient, they’re going throw it up and down the floor,” said Piazza. “He’s pretty good inside and out.”

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