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10 Best Photos From Tall White’s Victory Over Beecher Boys College Basketball

10 Best Photos From Tall White's Victory Over Beecher Boys College Basketball

GRAND BLANC, MI – Grand Blanc Boys College Basketball defeated Beecher 68-57 on Thursday, March 3, 2022 at Grand Blanc High School.

Beecher’s Carmelo Harris led the Bucs, scoring 34 points. Kevin Tiggs had eight more points for Beecher. Followed by Phoenix Marble and Robert Lee each scoring five extra points.

Junior RJ Taylor led the Great White rally, finishing with 19 points. Sophomore Bryce O’Mara followed with 15 points and junior Tae Boyd followed with 14 more points apiece for the Cavaliers.

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Beecher’s Phoenix Marble shoots a basket during the varsity boys’ basketball game Thursday, March 3, 2022 at Grand Blanc High School. Big White defeated Beecher High School 68-57. (Jenifer Veloso | MLive.com)Jenifer Veloso

Tall White Varsity Boys Basketball defeats Beecher 68-57 at Tall White High School

Beecher head coach Marquis Gray talks to junior Robert Lee as senior teammate Carmelo Harris prepares to shoot a free throw during the varsity boys’ basketball game Thursday, March 3, 2022 at the high school Great White. Big White defeated Beecher High School 68-57. (Jenifer Veloso | MLive.com)Jenifer Veloso

Tall White Varsity Boys Basketball defeats Beecher 68-57 at Tall White High School

Tall White junior Tae Boyd runs onto the court during announcements for the varsity boys’ basketball game Thursday, March 3, 2022 at Tall White High School. Big White defeated Beecher High School 68-57. (Jenifer Veloso | MLive.com)Jenifer Veloso

Tall White Varsity Boys Basketball defeats Beecher 68-57 at Tall White High School

Tall White junior Tae Boyd keeps possession of the ball during the varsity boys’ basketball game Thursday, March 3, 2022 at Tall White High School. Big White defeated Beecher High School 68-57. (Jenifer Veloso | MLive.com)Jenifer Veloso

Grand Blanc defeats Beecher 68-57 at Grand Blanc High School

Tall White head coach Mike Thomas celebrates with his team at the end of the varsity boys basketball game Thursday, March 3, 2022 at Tall White High School. Big White defeated Beecher High School 68-57. (Jenifer Veloso | MLive.com)Jenifer Veloso

Tall White Varsity Boys Basketball defeats Beecher 68-57 at Tall White High School

The Beecher High School cheerleaders cheer on their varsity basketball team prior to the Thursday, March 3, 2022, men’s basketball game at Grand Blanc High School. Big White defeated Beecher High School 68-57. (Jenifer Veloso | MLive.com)Jenifer Veloso

Tall White Varsity Boys Basketball defeats Beecher 68-57 at Tall White High School

Beecher’s Phoenix Marble drives the ball during the varsity boys’ basketball game Thursday, March 3, 2022 at Grand Blanc High School. Big White defeated Beecher High School 68-57. (Jenifer Veloso | MLive.com)Jenifer Veloso

Tall White Varsity Boys Basketball defeats Beecher 68-57 at Tall White High School

Beecher junior Robert Lee looks for a pass during the varsity boys basketball game Thursday, March 3, 2022 at Grand Blanc High School. Big White defeated Beecher High School 68-57. (Jenifer Veloso | MLive.com)Jenifer Veloso

Tall White Varsity Boys Basketball defeats Beecher 68-57 at Tall White High School

Tall White Jr. Amont’e Taylor guards Beecher Sr. Carmelo Harris during the varsity boys basketball game Thursday, March 3, 2022 at Tall White High School. Big White defeated Beecher High School 68-57. (Jenifer Veloso | MLive.com)Jenifer Veloso

Tall White Varsity Boys Basketball defeats Beecher 68-57 at Tall White High School

Tall White junior Amont’e Allen-Johnson guards Beecher senior Carmelo Harris during the varsity boys basketball game Thursday, March 3, 2022 at Tall White High School. Big White defeated Beecher High School 68-57. (Jenifer Veloso | MLive.com)Jenifer Veloso

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