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GRAHAM — Bolstered by a 52-percent showing from the field and a 13-for-18 display in the third quarter, the Wilson Christian varsity boys basketball team placed a pleasurable bow on its regular season Tuesday night on the road with a 67-45 victory over Alamance Christian.
WCA (16-12) of the North Carolina Christian School Association 2-A District 3 ranks picked up 25 points from senior David Peele, who knocked down five 3-pointers. Taking a 32-25 lead into halftime, WCA blistered Alamance in the third quarter with a 27-point display and led 59-37 entering the final quarter.
Senior Jay Grissom tallied a double-double of 10 points and 10 rebounds as Zach Hunter, a junior, had 10 points and eight assists. Senior Joel Attoe was the fourth Charger in double figures, netting 11 points.
The Chargers begin play in the NCCSA 2-A playoffs Friday night, hosting Greenville Christian.
WILSON CHr. (67)
Hunter 10, Peele 25, Grissom 10, Attoe 11, Forte 8, Paul 3, Parker, McFarland, Blalock, Murray, Little.
ALAMANCE CHR. (45)
White 9, Barga 5, Ellington 7, Funk 6, Latour 2, Borrer 4, Stutts 12.
Score by quarters:
Wilson Christian 19 13 27 8 — 67
Alamance Christian 19 6 12 8 — 45