Shaw had 11 players score at a point in the team’s 93-22 blowout win over Vardaman. The Hawks, at 21-7, will play Ashland in the quarterfinals of the playoffs in Biggersville on Thursday. According to maxpreps, Vardaman finished its season at 3-18.
Hawks head coach Anthony Davis said the team is in the zone right now.
“Our guys know what’s at stake, and their main goal is to get the job done,” Davis said. “They’re playing together and playing hard every game.”
Shaw scored at least 20 points in each quarter, while Vardaman couldn’t score any more than eight points in a period. Shaw emptied the bench as 15 players saw playing time. The players that didn’t score either recorded a rebounded, an assist, a steal or blocked shot.
“With having people coming off the bench like that, it helps us,” Davis said. “When someone gets tired or in foul trouble, I feel comfortable putting anybody in the game at any given time.”
Zedric Bass led Shaw with 20 points, eight rebounds, two steals, two blocks and two assists, followed by Malik Walker with 17 points, six rebounds, four assists and two steals, DeMarcus Gilliam with 12 points, Octavius Stimage with 11 points, four steals, three assists and two rebounds, Jermarquis Stimage with 10 points, three rebounds and two assists, Fred Bryant with nine points, four rebounds and two assists, Andre Pruitt with six points, six rebounds, five assists and two blocks, Chris Freeman with four points and two rebounds, Anthony Davis with two points and two rebounds, Lekia McRoy with a point and two steals, Deshawn Davis with a point and two assists, Willie Pegues with a rebound, Charles Stimage with two blocks, Devontarius Bass with two assists and Ladarius Buchanon with a rebound.