Miller and freshman Richard Olsen, both from Calhoun, led the Bobcats with eight points each in the game. Red-hot shooting from the Golden Knights in the first half quickly set the tone. West Georgia Tech (15-15, 5-6) would connect on 58 percent of their shots from the field, including 50 percent from beyond the three-point line.
Georgia Northwestern (8-19, 0-9) would give up 11 points off of 10 first-half turnovers on the night. Cold-shooting from three-point land would also play a part as the Bobcats would hit only 17 percent of their outside shots. Overall, the shots would just not fall as they connected on just 21 percent from the field.
“I’m very proud of so many components of our team this year,” said Georgia Northwestern head coach David Stephenson. “We are awfully young and have so much to learn as we head into next season. My sophomores are very special to me and I’m going to miss them. They excelled in the classroom and on the court.”