Tyree Meyers of Augusta, left, drives towards the basket along the baseline against Young Harris at Christenberry Fieldhouse on Feb 11, 2023 in Augusta, Ga. Mike Adams photo. Augusta defeated Young Harris 88-72.
Tyree Meyers of Augusta, left, drives towards the basket along the baseline against Young Harris at Christenberry Fieldhouse on Feb 11, 2023 in Augusta, Ga. Mike Adams photo. Augusta defeated Young Harris 88-72.

Photojournalism: Augusta University tops Young Harris

It was pack the stands day Feb. 11 with free admission as the Jags took on the Young Harris Mountain Lions and racked up their 20th win on the season.

Miguel Arnold scored 23 points in the 88-72 victory.

Tyshaun Crawford of Augusta, right, attempts a shot over Kennedy Willis of Young Harris at Christenberry Fieldhouse on Feb 11, 2023 in Augusta, Ga. Mike Adams photo.

The Jags are 20-4 overall and 11-3 in Peach Belt Conference play. The No. 11 ranked Jags will take on cross river rival University of South Carolina Aiken Wednesday at 7:30 p.m. for the Teddy Bear Toss game. The Jags are asking fans to bring a stuffed animal to be donated to charity at the game at Christenberry Fieldhouse.

Miguel Arnold of Augusta, right, attempts a shot as Christian Schach of Young Harris defends at Christenberry Fieldhouse on Feb. 11, 2022 in Augusta, Ga. Mike Adams photo.
Augustus the Jaguars’ mascot serenades the crowd at Christenberry Fieldhouse on Feb 11, 2023 in Augusta, Ga. Mike Adams photo.
Ja’Queze Kirby of Augusta, left, attempts a shot over Turahn Thompson of Young Harris at Christenberry Fieldhouse on Feb 11, 2023 in Augusta, Ga. Mike Adams photo.

Mike Adams has won multiple Georgia Press Association awards for his sports photography.

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