Millbrook (4-0) kept its unbeaten streak alive as it bested Garner Tuesday night, 86-61. Garner was hindered by a severe ankle injury to sophomore standout James Mays and never really had much of chance in this one.
Cameron Stanley, Millbrook's standout sophomore scored 14 points for the winners. He had just one field goal but connected on 9-of-10 of his free throw tosses. Stanley received 25 stitches in his head in his team's first game when he took a hard fall. Princeton Terry paced the winners with 16 points.
The most impressive guy of the night was probably Millbrook power forward Chris Temple. The 6-7, 195 pounder is a nice player. We understand he might need a junior college, but he's a Division I guy at some point in his career. He's bouncy and rebounds well.
Millbrook junior backcourt man Durrell Peterson is a Division I player. The 6-2 junior ran some point and played on the wings. He's long, fairly athletic and shoots it some. He could be a mid-major guy a year from now.
Mays scored 6 points for Garner and was 1-for-4 from the field and 4-for-7 from the line. He has a high-ankle sprain.
Stanley did not start and hasn't since coming off the injury he sustained in the first game. … Millbrook's Josh Heyman is the grandson of Duke legend Art Heyman. …. George Peacock was in the gym. He's one of the all-time assist leaders in South Carolina Gamecock basketball history. …