Posted On: 01/31/20 5:10 PM

The Chaparral Wolverines (11-4, 1-1) faced a tough George Washington Patriots (12-3, 3-0) in a 5A/4A matchup Monday night. George Washington won the game 53-46, but it not without holding off a strong comeback bid by the Wolverines.

Here are three takeaways from the game.

Jaida Redwine (4) attempts to drive past Riley Smith (11) of Chaparral.

George Washington is poised to make a run for the next two years

Freshman guard Jaida Redwine is averaging 17.6 points per game and showing a mature grasp of the game early. Her ability to generate points was on full display Monday night as she finished with a team-high 15 points in the win over Chaparral.

Redwine's natural ability to score has been a key piece of the success the Patriots have had this year and should continue to have for the next few seasons.

"We have a young team," Patriots head coach Keithan Lyons said. "They aren't afraid to play anyone."

Chaparral's Bang-Bang Punch

Chaparral's Avery (21) and Payton (5) Bang share a glance following another basket.

Teams aren't seeing double when they play the Wolverines, Chaparral is anchored by its

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