Whale Branch boys basketball pulled out another tough road win Tuesday, rallying from a nine-point halftime deficit to win 57-54 at Military Magnet and remain unbeaten in Region 7-1A.
Jashaun Gillison poured in 28 points to lead the way, including 18 to fuel the second-half comeback.
The Eagles led by five after the first quarter and extended the margin to 35-26 at the break, but Gillison heated up for 12 in the third quarter and AJ Singleton came up with a pair of big buckets as Whale Branch trimmed the margin to four with eight minutes left.
It was all Warriors in the fourth quarter, as Gillison put up six more points and Queshawn Fields scored five of his seven in the final period, including a 3-point play to help seal it. Singleton added eight points and Xavier Chaplin contributed six in a balanced effort from the Warriors.
Geraldo Washington scored 15 points and Jaqavion Smith added 11 for the Eagles.
Whale Branch (9-4, 5-0) hosts Baptist Hill in a key Region 7-1A matchup Friday.
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