Calhoun Falls sophomore Tevin Richarson shoots over Ninety Six's Kadarius Carter during a game earlier this season.
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Calhoun Falls sophomore Tevin Richarson shoots over Ninety Six's Kadarius Carter during a game earlier this season. (INDEX-JOURNAL | FILE)

CALHOUN FALLS — Ask any basketball coach throughout the Lakelands or throughout the Upstate in Class A what powers the Region 1-A champion Calhoun Falls Charter School basketball team, and he can probably tell you: the one-two punch of cousins Tremon and Darius Bryant.
In recent years, that has been about all the Flashes had in terms of offense. During last year's 10-9 season, Tremon averaged 24.5 points and Darius put up 19.8. No other player scored more than 4.8 points per game, though.


This year, the Bryants have continued to torch opponents. Tremon Bryant is putting up 26.6 per game, while Darius Bryant adds 18.9 per contest.
This year, though, the Flashes have a third option in Tevin Richardson.
The 6-foot-3 sophomore forward, is averaging a double-double with 10.5 points and 10 rebounds a game.

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