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Brewer girls, boys roll over Vinemont
Plenty of people led a hand in both squads' wins

From staff reports

Brewer High's girls basketball team picked up where it left off last season.

The Lady Patriots opened the season with a 100-34 blasting of Vinemont on Tuesday night.

They closed last season with a 13-game win streak that ended in the Northwest Regional semifinals.

But on Tuesday, they were back on their game, with 10 different players scoring at least three points.

Emily Dabbs led the way for Brewer with 35 points, seven assists and five steals. Elizabeth Bromirski added 12 points, and Morgan Crawley and Patricia Murray had 10 points each.

Kendra Jones had nine points and a team-high 10 rebounds.

Crawley and Britney Kent each passed out seven assists, and Meagan Hormel made a team-high seven steals.

For Vinemont (0-1), Abi Leigeber had 17 points, and Molly Gallion scored 10.

Brewer boys 72, Vinemont 49: After the girls contest, the Brewer boys rolled over Vinemont, too.

The Patriots got at least two points from 12 different players. They led 36-31 at halftime before taking off in the second half.

Brandon Murray led Brewer (1-0) with 12 points, while Darrius Campbell and Justin Helton each had nine.

Cody Lanford pulled down a team-high seven rebounds, while Kyle Bowling added six.

For Vinemont (0-1), Tyler Creel scored a team-high 20 points. Nobody else had more than eight.

Both Brewer teams play again Nov. 16 at home against Grissom.

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