Posted On: 01/28/20 9:26 AM

Two of the best girls basketball programs inside the Piedmont region in the Millbrook Wildcats and the Southeast Raleigh Bulldogs met on a rainy Monday evening to gain an edge over the other with the 2019-20 regular season reaching its conclusion.

Southeast Raleigh emerged victorious in what would be a lopsided 58-34 affair, but both programs displayed numerous strengths and weaknesses that could potentially impact their postseason outlook. Here are five takeaways from the matchup.

1. A clash of titans

Not only do Millbrook and Southeast Raleigh sport the two best records in the CAP 7 4A Conference, but each team has earned an invitation to the NCHSAA 4A Championship game since the 2010-11 season, with Millbrook obtaining three titles compared to zero for Southeast Raleigh during the decade.

Millbrook has stood in the way of a title for Southeast Raleigh on multiple occasions, but the current iteration of the program appears poised to claim a championship in the first year of the 2020s, with head coach Nicole Meyers overseeing an experienced group of players such as seniors Anya Poole and Jamia Hazell.

Despite falling behind Southeast Raleigh in recent years  due to a couple of rebuilding years, Millbrook

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