Hanes Hosiery teams provide exciting games

Hanes Hosiery teams provide exciting games
March 03
00:00 2016
Tar Heels

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In Hanes Hosiery recreation competition ages 6-10 basketball, another exciting game between the Wolfpack and the Blue Devils was held in Hanes Hosiery Recreation Center. The night’s game had the crowd out of their seats for most of the game.

D. J. Timmons was a strong factor in the game with his big 12 points, which caused the win for the Wolfpack with his last 4 made free throws at the end of the game. Following were Ahmad Hickman and Kejo Southerland with their 6 points combined.

The Blue Devils held in there for the entire game, but not enough to pull away with the win. Dominique Foreman with 6 points and behind him with 5 points was Darell Paige. The game was played on Monday, Feb. 1. The final score was Wolfpack 20, Blue Devils 18.

Hawks  34, Celtics  32

The Hanes Hosiery Recreation Center was packed to watch Hanes Hosiery recreation competition ages 11-15-year-old boys game pitting the Hawks and the Celtics.

The comeback for the Celtics wasn’t enough to defeat the Hawks, but they kept the game close to the end.

Aaron Potter put on a show with his 14 points and 3 assists along with 6 rebounds. Following behind him with 10 points and 8 rebounds was Timar Jackson.  These two play great with each other on and off the court.

The Celtics’ big player was Josiah Banks with 15 points and 2 assists, which helped the team stay in the game. Timothy Horton had 8 points as well. The game was played Tuesday, Feb. 2.

Demon Deacons 26, Tar Heels  24

In Hanes Hosiery recreation competition ages 6-10 basketball, Hanes Hosiery Recreation Center was again packed with family and friends for boys and girls basketball. The big matchup between the Demon Deacons and the Tar Heels led to a lot of back and forth scoring between  Evan Dunlap for the Deacons and Kegin Sutherland for the Tar Heels.

Dunlap put on a big show for the fans with his 19 points and 10 rebounds. He was unstoppable around the rim. His teammate Mitrend Curry was a big help, adding 6 points.

The Tar Heels were leading the Deacons most of the game thanks to Kegin Sutherland and the two Mitchell twins with their scoring and great hustle throughout the game. It just wasn’t enough to defeat the Deacons because of the show Dunlap put on. He was a beast the last two minutes of the game with 6 straight back-to-back points each time down the court. The game was played Monday. Feb. 1.

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