STOCKBRIDGE — Woodland’s season really started around Thanksgiving this year according to the team’s Maxpreps page, but the 8-5 record the team produced was missing a featured component.

Considering how many seniors the Lady Wolfpack entered the season with, one such player that wasn’t counted on missing the season was Amia Brown. But against Clarkston, the Wolfpack wound up looking good in the 68-19 victory Friday night.

The first half was all Woodland. The Lady Wolfpack scored 44 points total in the opening half of play as Clarkston, a young team from DeKalb County only put up 11 points.

By the time the third quarter ended, the Lady Wolfpack’s ninth victory of the season was assured as Woodland led 59-19. An effort to not run the score up was fruitful for Woodland as the team only scored nine points in the final quarter to seal the victory.

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Graduated from South Carolina State University in 2015. Been with the Henry Herald and Clayton News in two capacities as a sports journalist and interim sports editor.

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