Continuing to shine on the hardwood with productive team play in Rosston was displayed by the Nevada Jr. Blues showcasing another big victory at home against the El Dorado Jr. Wildcats 59-44 on last week at Nevada High School Gymnasium.

Continuing to shine on the hardwood with productive team play in Rosston was displayed by the Nevada Jr. Blues showcasing another big victory at home against the El Dorado Jr. Wildcats 59-44 on last week at Nevada High School Gymnasium.
The Jr. Blue Jays got off to a good start with a close battle for first half play with El Dorado. Nevada finished first period action leading El Dorado 13-8. In the second quarter, the Jr. Blue Jays outscored the Jr. Wildcats 13-12 with Nevada heading into the locker room leading El Dorado 26-20. In the second half, the Jr. Blue Jays dropped 18 points on the scored in the third quarter with El Dorado posting in double-digits with 13 points. After three periods of action, the Jr. Blue Jays led El Dorado 44-33.
In the final quarter of the night, the Jr. Blue Jays finished off El Dorado with 15 fourth quarter points scored despite the Jr. Wildcats posting 11 points in the fourth. Nevada went onto a 15 point victory to remain undefeated on the season and at home under veteran head coach Bobby Mullins.
For the game, Jr. Blue Jays' Jared Todd led scoring with an impressive 21 points, Trevon Gulley followed up with a big 19 points and Javontae Pearson finished with 16 points for a trio of double-figures.
In the seventh grade game, Nevada defeated El Dorado 29-28. For the game, Nevada's Keyshawn Harris led scoring with 11 points for double-figures, LaQualion Dismuke-Christopher added eight points.
Over this week, the Jr. Blue Jays will compete in junior high tournament play hosted in Nashville.