Brewbaker Tech Magnet Girls Junior Varsity Basketball

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Live Score Updates – Girls Basketball

Bookmark this page to follow along for live scoring updates for all Brewbaker Tech Girls Basketball home games. Go Rams!

Chipotle Fundrasier

Show your team spirit by joining us for a fundraiser to support Brew Tech Lady Rams. Come in to the Chipotle at 2560 Berryhill Road Unit C in Montgomery on Tuesday, October 18th between 5:00pm and 8:00pm. Bring in this flyer, show it on your smartphone or tell the cashier you’re supporting the cause to

Brew Tech’s 1000 Point Club

Last Night Brew Tech Girls defeated ACA 61-30, Bianca Jackson led Brew Tech with 24 points and 10 rebounds, Michaia Fluellen scored 15 points and 12 rebounds, Jalyn Bowen added 10 points.  Brew Tech improves to 10-9 overall and 3-0 in the area.  Brew Tech returns to action on Friday at Lanier. Brew Tech boys defeated ACA 70-26,

ASWA WK 1 Basketball rankings

The first ranking are out and your Rams are in the mix. The boys come in a No. 5 and the girls are No. 8 Class 5A (BOYS) 1. J.O. Johnson (7-1) 2. Sumter Central (14-1) 3. Faith-Mobile (9-1) 4. Columbia (7-2) 5. Brewbaker Tech (6-2) 6. Central-Tuscaloosa (7-2) 7. Dora (7-1) 8. Sidney Lanier

Austin Rogers signs with ASU

His father, Steve Rogers, is an assistant for the team. He also played at ASU, and was named to the SWAC Hall of Fame last month. His older brother, Steve Jr., will be a sophomore this season and is the reigning SWAC Freshman of the Year. “I feel good, especially because I get to go

Brewbaker Tech Magnet High School Girls Varsity Basketball beat Central-Hayneville 92-18

Friday, November 13, 2015 6:00 PM Brewbaker Tech Magnet High School AWAY 92 Central-Hayneville HOME 18 Game Recap Jalyn Bowen 16pts 7 asst. Michaia Fluellen 20pts 11 rbs Bianca Jackson 28pts 6rbs 15asst. Ashley Free 10 pts Box Scores 1 2 3 4 Brewbaker Tech Magnet 26 35 22 19 Central-Hayneville 2 5 7 2

The Halftime Sports 6th Verizon Hoops 4 The Cure Classic

The Halftime Sports 6th Verizon Hoops 4 The Cure Classic will tip-off the Georgia high school basketball season with some of the best match-ups of the 2015-16 high school year. The Classic will feature several nationally ranked players including: Kobi Simmons  (St. Francis – ESPN #18), Chris Lewis (Milton – ESPN #58), Bianca Jackson  (Brewbaker Tech – ESPN Top 100), Kasiyahna Kushkituah (St. Francis – ESPN #3),  Deaundrae Ballard (SACA – Hoopseen #4), Alex O’Connell (Milton – Hoopseen #9),  Tysaun Crawford (Griffin -Hoopseen Top 20), Maya Dodson (St. Francis – ESPN #11), Jacara Cross  (Cedar Grove – Hoopseen #26) and many more talented & exciting players. The highlighted games of the Verizon 4 The Cure Classic features currently top ranked  and GHSA State Champions, St. Francis vs. highly touted Alabama State Champions,  Sacred Heart Christian School, and ESPN ranked Clarkson Academy  (Toronto , Canada) vs. one of Georgia’s premiere teams (SACA) led by Deaundrae Ballard. Coach Aisha Gaddis, St. Francis, is looking to cut down the nets again this season but will start off against scrappy Sequoyah and high flying Alabama powerhouse  Brewbaker Tech, led by Bianca Jackson (ESPN Top 100) in one of the most anticipated  matchup of the early season. Georgia state powerhouse, Westlake‘s girls team will match up against Alabama’s best (Brewbaker Tech on Friday night and Carver on Saturday). These back-board shattering match ups will give basketball fans from across the Southeast the opportunity to witness packed games at 2 beautiful venues. The Classic will showcase a number of the country’s Top 100 college recruits competing for national rankings. “We are very excited to host some of Georgia’s, Florida’s, Alabama’s and Canada’s best  teams and players in our Halftime Sports 6th Annual Verizon Hoops 4 The Cure Classic,”  said Kim Coleman, Halftime Sports director. “We are thrilled to be a part of a great  community. The competition will be action packed, the facilities are beautiful and the  atmosphere will be electric.”