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AREA ROUNDUP: Lady Cyclones end slide, top Hobgood Academy, 36-28

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The Community Christian School varsity girls basketball team ended its slide with a 36-28 triumph against Hobgood Academy in Eastern North Carolina School for the Deaf’s Barney Williamson Gym last Friday.

The Lady Cyclones stretched a 9-4 cushion after one quarter to 19-11 at halftime.

Pacing CCS was Cheyenne Gardner with 12 points, four rebounds and three steals.

Olivia Walker contributed nine points, three assists and five steals. Makayla Webb added six points and three steals. 

Abby Lenhart grabbed five rebounds.

HOBGOOD (28)

No scorers available.

CCS (36)

Gardner 12, Walker 9, Webb 6, Manning 4, Lenhart 3.

Score by quarters:

Hobgood Acad. 4 7 8 9 28

CCS 9 10 6 11 36

BOYS BASKETBALL

Hornets rally past Haliwa Tribal, 72-68

Trailing by 10 points entering the fourth quarter, the Eastern North Carolina School for the Deaf boys basketball team used a 37-point performance from junior Jeremiah Deans to rally for a 72-68 victory over Haliwa-Saponi Tribal of Hollister on Monday afternoon.

Three players scored in double figures for ENCSD, which evened its record at 5-5 overall. Junior Alfonza Robinson had 15 points and four assists, with classmate Naheim Carlton adding 12 points and four rebounds.

ENCSD blitzed to a 30-16 fourth-quarter edge to secure the victory.

HALIWA TRIBAL (68)

No scorers available.

ENCSD (72)

Deans 37, Robinson 15, Butler 4, Carlton 12, Eason 4.

Score by quarters:

Haliwa Tribal 16 18 18 16 68

ENCSD 18 7 17 30 72

JUNIOR VARSITY

Chargers defeat Faith Christian 50-34

The Wilson Christian boys basketball team enjoyed a successful close to 2018 with a 50-34 victory over Rocky Mount Faith Christian on Tuesday night.

Channon Atkinson led the Chargers (7-6) with 17 points. Jack Ortiz and Matthew Wood had eight points each.

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