The middle school basketball team lost a hard-fought game to the Bishops of VES last night by a score of 51-50. The young Tigers who were outmanned by a physically superior Bishops team fought hard the entire game. The game would go back and forth the entire night. Finally, the young Tigers were able to take a one-point lead with less than a minute left in the game, however, VES was able to get a putback with 18 seconds to go to finish out the game.
Leading the way for the young Tigers was T.J. Miller who had a career night with 45 points, 5 rebounds, 4 steals and 3 assists. Samuel Hurt, Malachi Dixon, Malachi Jackson, and Usman Adegbenro all contributed by playing great defense and creating plays for the hot shooting Miller. Dongjun Ma had a great game coming off the bench and filling in for players who were in foul trouble.
With the loss, the young Tigers' record falls to 1-1 on the year. Hargrave returns to the floor on Monday, January 14th, when the young Tigers travel to the Carlisle School to take on the Chiefs. Tip-off is scheduled for 4:00 PM.
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Major Roach is a God fearing, Christ loving Christian who loves and cherishes his family, country, and his job. He was born in Danville and raised locally in Gretna, Virginia. He has taught and coached at Hargrave for almost 20 years.
He is known for his great curiosity and love for all genres of history. His degree is in History & Political Science from Appalachian State University.
He has been married for 26 years to Debra Roach, the love of his life. They have been blessed with two amazing and intelligent daughters, Rianna and Kaelyn.
Scott loves to read, spend quality time with his family, travel, working in his yard and gardening, and hanging out with his best bud Pearl (his Black Labrador Retriever). He is an active member of the North Main Baptist Church, where he serves the Lord as a teacher, deacon, and a member of many different committees.
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