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Darton wins at Chattahoochee Tech

SMYRNA, GA (WALB) -

Darton women's basketball team starts a crucial week with an 78-68 win at Chattahoochee Tech on Sunday.

The Lady Cavaliers get the road win with their best player Michelle Mitchell having a tough day.

Mitchell collected three first half fouls and finished with just 8 points.

Jasmine Wilson led Darton with 22 points and sophomore Chanteniece Fann scored 14.

Darton is now 11-1 and 19-2 and will play their second of three road games this week Wednesday at Central Georgia Tech.

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