CRESTVIEW — Crestview’s girls basketball team had a really great season.

The team finished the season with a 20-5 record, going 2-2 in district play during the regular reason.

The season included several big wins, including a 70-20 victory over Gulf Breeze and a 50-9 victory over Escambia.

Two of the team’s five losses came in overtime against Walton and Choctaw.

After the overtime loss to Choctaw, the Bulldogs went on a 12-game win streak. The streak gave the team plenty of momentum and confidence heading into the district championship game against Fort Walton Beach.

Senior point guard Jill Harris led the team in shooting during the game. Harris scored 17 points for the Bulldogs, including two three-pointers. Harris was 7-7 on the free throw line and racked up six rebounds.

Senior shooting guard Miranda Brown and freshman power forward Marissa Brown helped the Bulldogs on the defensive side of the ball. Miranda had seven rebounds and five steals, while Marissa had six rebounds and six blocks.

Crestview won the district title with a 38-34 victory.

The Bulldogs were now riding a 13-game win streak as they moved on to face Booker T. Washington in the regional quarterfinals.

Miranda Brown led the team in scoring with 10 points on the board, including going 2-2 from the free throw line. Miranda also had five rebounds.

Marissa Brown added eight points to the Bulldogs total, including also going 2-2 on free throws. Marissa also helped out defensively with four blocks and six rebounds.

Sophomore small forward KK Brown also scored 7 points for the team, going 4-7 in free throws, while sophomore center Melena Stevenson had six rebounds.

In the end, the Bulldogs lost the game 46-33. Despite the loss, the team’s season was fantastic overall.

Jill Harris finished the season with 310 points, making 56 three-pointers along the way. Harris also had 80 steals on the season.

Marissa Brown racked up 294 points during the season, making 125 shots. Brown also had 227 rebounds for the team.

KK Brown had 227 total points this season, including 29 three-pointers.

Miranda Brown finished with 220 total points and also had 173 rebounds.

Melena Stevenson scored 94 points for the Bulldogs this season and finished defensively with 118 rebounds.

While Harris graduated this year, the rest of this year’s season leaders will have plenty of opportunities this upcoming season to pick up where they left off.