Jays can’t make quick start stand up against Fayetteville

Michael Washington of the Jays goes up for a layup during Wednesday night’s game against Fayetteville in the Mike Kehoe Great 8 Classic at Fleming Fieldhouse.

Michael Washington of the Jays goes up for a layup during Wednesday night’s game against Fayetteville in the Mike Kehoe Great 8 Classic at Fleming Fieldhouse. Photo by Stephen Brooks.

Jefferson City struck first with its speed. Fayetteville countered with its strength. Unfortunately for the Jays, the latter prevailed.

Jefferson City opened up an 11-point advantage after the first quarter with its quickness and transition game. Eventually Fayetteville’s size proved too much as the Bulldogs came away with a 52-41 victory in the first round of the Mike Kehoe Great 8 Classic at Fleming Fieldhouse.

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