The Southern Vance varsity girls’ basketball team won their second game in a row when they defeated Durham School of the Arts 45-38 on Friday.
It certainly was a tale of two halves on Friday night between Northern Vance and Chapel Hill on the hardwood.
Facing Oakwood, the state’s No. 3 ranked NCISAA 1A team on Thursday, the Kerr-Vance Academy varsity girls’ basketball team was not intimated.
Northern Vance’s Quavon Harris admits that up until two weeks ago he didn’t think a moment like Wednesday would have been possible.
One day after suffering a crushing one-point loss to Warren County, the Southern Vance varsity girls’ basketball team bounced back on Wednesday, defeating conference opponent Roanoke Rapids 60-45.
The Crossroads Christian varsity girls’ basketball team ended a seven-game losing streak and picked up their first win of 2015 when they defeated Rocky Mount Academy 42-34 on Tuesday.
In sports, it’s never an easy task to defeat an opponent three times in the same season.
Meeting for the second time in just 13 days, Southern Vance and Warren County found themselves in almost identical positions Tuesday night after three quarters.
The Warren County Eagles varsity boys’ basketball team recorded their sixth straight win when they defeated conference opponent Durham School of the Arts 64-48 on Friday night.
The Kerr-Vance Academy junior varsity girls’ basketball team improved to 12-3 on the season with a 30-23 win over the South Wake Sabres on Monday.