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Duke beats Jackets 30th straight time

Posted by on Fri, Feb 19, 2010 at 11:20 PM

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Jasmine Thomas led the way as No. 8 Duke continued its mastery of Georgia Tech in ACC women's basketball.

Thomas (pictured) scored 20 points, giving her 999 for her career, as the Blue Devils topped the homestanding No. 19 Yellow Jackets 64-50 for their 30th straight win in the series.

Krystal Thomas and Karima Christmas added 10 points each for the Blue Devils (22-4, 10-1 ACC), who moved one step closer to the conference regular-season crown with three games left in the season.

Deja Foster had 15 points and Brigitte Ardossi 14 for Georgia Tech (20-7, 6-5), which is trying to hold onto its fourth-place spot in the conference standings and its prospective bye in the first round of the ACC Tournament.

The Blue Devils host Maryland on Sunday at 1 p.m.

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