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GARNER — Jacob Dienes had 16 points to lead three DASH United boys basketball players in double figures en route to a 55-38 win at the South Wake Sabres on Friday.
Elijah Skinner had 15 points for DASH (6-2), which procured the No. 1 spot in the North Carolinians for Homeschool Education Athletic Commission East Region. Jonathan Weeks chipped in 12 for DASH, fueled by a 19-4 first-quarter run to take control against the defending NCHEAC East region champions.
DASH visits Greenville Christian on Friday, Dec. 7.
Lady Cyclones beat Kerr-Vance
The Community Christian School girls basketball team upped its record to 3-2 with a 38-23 win over Kerr-Vance Academy on Friday afternoon inside Barney Williamson Gym on the campus of Eastern North Carolina School for the Deaf.
Abigail Jackson, an eighth grader, led the Lady Cyclones with 17 points. Freshman Lexi Gardner had nine points and freshman Ashley Abrams added eight.
CCS is at Wayne Christian on Thursday.
Lady Chargers fall to New Life
Wilson Christian’s girls basketball team slid to 4-3 with a 33-21 loss Friday at home to New Life Storm homeschool team from Raleigh.
Hailey Carnes’ five points led the Lady Chargers, who will visit Raleigh Christian on Thursday.
WCA bested by Storm 29-17
Channon Atkinson and Tay Davis each had seven points for the Wilson Christian boys basketball team in a 29-17 loss to New Life Storm on Friday afternoon.
WCA (3-5) remains home Monday to oppose Halifax Academy.
Hunt girls stand 2-0 after 23-15 win
The Hunt High girls basketball team upped its record to 2-0 with a 23-15 conquest of visiting Bunn on Thursday evening.
The Lady Warriors, ahead 8-3 at halftime, were sparked by Jayden Sauls and Madelyn Ellis with six points each.
CCS stumbles at Christ Covenant
WINTERVILLE — Freshman Lexi Gardner had nine points Thursday night for the Community Christian School girls basketball team in a 24-15 loss at Winterville Christ Covenant.
Abigail Jackson, an eighth grader, had five points for the Lady Cyclones (1-3).
The Lady Cyclones face Wayne Christian on Thursday, Dec. 6 at Barney Williamson Gym on the campus of Eastern North Carolina School for the Deaf.