<strong>By Mark Robinson<\/strong>\r\n\r\n[caption id="attachment_24341" align="alignnone" width="553"]<a href="https:\/\/mountainmedianews.com\/washington-takes-thumping\/piper-nunley\/" rel="attachment wp-att-24341"><img class=" wp-image-24341" src="https:\/\/mountainmedianews.com\/wp-content\/uploads\/sites\/13\/2017\/01\/Piper-Nunley-199x300.jpg" alt="" width="553" height="834" \/><\/a> (Photo by Mark Robinson)<br \/>Piper Nunley puts up a shot in the lane during a game against Washington High School Sat. evening, Jan.21. East won, 79-25.[\/caption]\r\n<h1>Greenbrier East\u2019s boys basketball team, still smarting from a loss the night before, treated visiting Washington High School to a clinic in how to play the game, winning the Saturday matchup, 72-56. Seth Brown led East with 22 points.<\/h1>\r\nConner Reed led Washington with 12. The game remained fairly close in the first quarter, but after that the lead stretched out significantly.\r\n\r\nEast didn\u2019t use their press much, so Washington\u2019s turnovers numbered 13, while East\u2019s were 15.\r\n\r\nEast\u2019s girls played Washington also, providing a double-your-money deal for those in attendance. East won, 79-25. Washington came into the game with a 1-11 record, and their coach stated they were young and learning.\r\n\r\nCoach Jim Justice complimented Morgan Amos, who played significant minutes, and had 14 points. \u201cWe keep getting better,\u201d he said. Guard Kiara Smith said after the game that the game wasn\u2019t hard, and they needed to work some on running their offensive set plays.