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Dillon Christian High School

Dillon Christian basketball continues to shine

By Ken Buck

Staff Writer

Dillon— Head Coach Bo Stone continues to have his Dillon Christian boys and girls basketball teams looking like a force to be reckoned with in the post season.

The girls team is playing pretty good ball overall despite a tough one-point loss recently to Pee Dee Academy.

“We followed that up with a really big region win against Marlboro Academy,” adds Stone. “We are playing pretty well.”

Karen Dubose, who was knew to the program this year, and Anna Thompson are both shooting the ball exceptionally well for Dillon Christian.

Center Sara Katherine Freeman has been racking up double numbers in both points and rebounds as a force inside.

The other starters this season have also included Sarah Grace Stone at point guard and Lindsey Outlar at a wing.

Even though his team is doing well, Stone still sees some things he would like to clean in his girls’ team’s play as they head into the second round of region play.

“Overall we still feel very confident about who we are and what our chances are going into the post season,” he says.

Currently the girls is 3-2 in the region which puts them in a tie for second place.

Stone also leads the boys team for Dillon Christian.

“We have struggled a bit defensively,” he says about his boys’ team. “We have had a few injuries and so we are still trying to find our groove.

“We’ve had a few things that have set us back but everyone should be healthy now heading into the second half region run.”

Phillip Campbell and Chad Dubose have been scoring at a good pace of late for Dillon Christian. Ian Bethea also seems to have found his shooting touch back again as well.

Jacob Dubose has been providing some key minutes and Jason Chen playing guard as well. AZ Brown and Connor Collin are also at the guard positions.

The boys are 2-3 in the region, putting them in the middle of the pack of teams hoping for a post season berth.

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