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Cape Fear women's basketball earns National ranking

Cape Fear women's basketball earns National ranking (Source: WECT) Cape Fear women's basketball earns National ranking (Source: WECT)

Men’s basketball

Cape Fear CC 88     Shelton State CC 83

Michael Chambers drained five shots from long range and finished with 25 points as Cape Fear Community College snapped a two-game skid following an 88-83 victory over Shelton State Community College on Wednesday night.

Playing in the final game of the day at the Brunswick Community College Holiday Classic in Bolivia, the Sea Devils improved to 10-5 overall.

Ole Miss commit Tyrek Coger added 16 points, while Josh Lindsey and T.J. Evans each hit three shots from behind the arc. Lindsey finished with 16 points and Evans added 12.

Cape Fear carried a 40-39 advantage into the break and hit four treys on a 12-0 run to start the second half.

Marvin Jones led Shelton State with 19 points.

The Sea Devils get back on the floor against Caldwell Community College and Technical Institute at 4 p.m. on day two of the holiday tournament.

Women’s basketball

No. 18 Cape Fear CC 89    Frederick CC 33

The Cape Fear Community College put in its most dominating performance of the season as the Sea Devils cruised to an 89-33 victory over Frederick Community College in women’s basketball action at the Brunswick Holiday Classic.

Leading 39-13 at the break, Cape Fear stayed relentless on the defensive end of the floor and held their opponent to a season low 33 total points. Destiny Campbell finished with a game-high 20 points, while Desaree Green chipped in with 16 points.

“Our defensive pressure was pretty good today,” said CFCC Coach Chris Harris. “I’m glad we took care of business as we quickly look ahead to a very good Harford team.”

Jasmine Brown also added 15 points to pace the scoring column.

The Sea Devils, ranked at No. 18 in this week’s National Junior College Athletic Association Division II Top 20 poll, have now won seven straight games to improve to 7-1 overall. Cape Fear continues a three-game in three-day stretch against Harford Community College on Thursday. Tip-off is slated for 12 p.m. in Bolivia. 

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