Brantley Attaway, senior, led the charge for JMA Monday night knocking down 18 points with four assists against the Cavaliers, going 5-for-6 from beyond the arc.
The Trojans shot 57 percent from the free-throw line against Augusta Prep, 58 percent from behind the arc and 56 percent from field goal range.
Though the team had to work for the win last night, Craig admits a win at this point in the season is golden.
“You live to see another day this time of year with a win, and we’ll take it,” he said. “Now we’ve got to get ready to play on Thursday. We’ve got to get some rest and play up.”
JMA will jump back into action at home on Thursday for more region tournament action against the No.1-seeded Bethesda. The game begins at 7 p.m.