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Dougherty point guard signs scholarship

May 17, 2007

Albany - Basketball coaches consider their point guard to be an extension of themselves on the court.  

Dougherty High Lady Trojan coach Charlene Jackson has had one of the top point guards in the area for the last three years in Amanda McDonald.

McDonald is taking her talents Belmont-Abbey College in North Carolina after signing a scholarship Thursday morning at Dougherty High.

McDonald was a three year starter at Dougherty High where she averaged 14 points, six rebounds and four steals a game.

Amanda was also named the athlete of the year at Dougherty High.

Also on Wednesday, Deerfield-Windsor goalkeeper Michael Smith signed a scholarship with Anderson College in South Carolina.

Smith was a big reason the Knights made it to the GISA quarterfinals.




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