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Peaster’s Braxton Bosher (10) racked up 18 points Monday.

The Peaster Greyhounds shook off a 52-48 loss to Decatur Friday with a convincing 84-35 win over Fort Worth All Saints Monday at home.

Peaster’s offense hummed out of the gate, dropping 29 points on FW All Saints in the first quarter of a game which the Greyhounds controlled from start to finish.

The home team added 18 points in the second quarter, 21 points in the third and another 16 points in the final frame of the lopsided victory.

Greyhounds’ junior shooting guard Braxton Bosher, a consistent offensive threat throughout the 2018-19 season, delivered an 18-point performance, including a pair of three-pointers.

Teammate and fellow upperclassmen Drew Smith, a senior shooting guard, added 13 points, while freshman Hank Morris and senior shooting guard Curtis Pugh tacked on 10 points apiece.

Peaster competes in the Abilene Tournament Dec. 5-7.

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