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Dillon Christian basketball hoping for post season successes

By Ken Buck

Staff Writer

Dillon— The Dillon Christian basketball teams both are going into the second half of region play hoping to make a push for next month’s post season tournament.

Bo Stone has the unusual task of coaching both the boys and girls teams. The boys are currently 15-4 overall and 5-1 in the region. The girls are 2-3 in the region and 4-7 overall.

“The boys are shooting the ball well and are beginning to really gel,” Stone says. “We are a high tempo team, and as we begin to focus our efforts on the defensive end I believe we can be a really tough matchup for anyone as we head to the state playoffs.”

The boys team has four guys averaging in double figures, led by Weston Glassgow at 19 points per game and Ethan Brewington at 14 ppg.  Adam Norman at 12 ppg and Josh Duran at 10 ppg are both doing a really good job of finishing at the rim, according to Stone.  

“These four guys are all playing at a high level, and our three senior captains - Ian Bethea, Phillip Campbell, and Walt Bailey - have proven that they can score when needed,” he adds.

On the girls team Stone said that after losing nine seniors from last year he knew this season would involve rebuilding.

“This group of girls have worked extremely hard though, and are beginning to understand their roles on the court,” he says.

Dillon Christian has been led in scoring by Shayla Hunt and Katie Collins, and both girls are playing at a pretty high level now.  Underneath both Grace DuBose and Taylor Britt have created matchup problems and have done a good job rebounding.

 “I’m really proud of the improvement in this group of girls and am excited to watch them in the second half of the season,” says Stone.



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