Banks County’s Leopards are 4-1 in the region, 12-4 overall and are currently number two in the sub-region. Banks sits behind 5-1 East Jackson, which the Leopards have yet to face.
The East Jackson game is coming up on Tuesday at 7:30 p.m. at East Jackson Comprehensive High School.
Before the Leopards worry about the Eagles, they have to face the Tigers of Dawson County and the Panthers of Jackson County.
Friday, Banks heads to Dawsonville to face Dawson County at 8:30 p.m. The cross-region game will provide Banks with an opportunity to break records of Dawson County victories that have been set over the past three seasons. The Tigers are 10-6 overall and 4-2 in the region. Dawson County’s recent losses have come from Riverside (70-56) and Rabun County (61-52).
On Saturday, the Leopards will head to Jackson County to face the Panthers for the third time this season. Banks will look to continue its streak over the Panthers starting after the girls’ game at 4 p.m. Banks County has defeated Jackson County this season twice, 62-56 and 55-50.
Next Tuesday, Banks faces East Jackson for the first time this season.
The Leopards took an 18-point win over North Oconee (68-50) in what was simply called “a good night” by coach Mike Ruth.
Kasey Hudgins (3) played a great game against North Oconee last Friday. Banks won 83-59. Photo by Justin Poole
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