Basketball Team Stays Hot

DSC_4610The Collegiate boys basketball team kept rolling Thursday at Nansemond-Suffolk Academy, winning handily, 73-39.

Vince Thomas with 14 points and Davis King with 13 led the Oaks.

James Glover and Keyonze Chavis were also in double figures with ten points each.

The Oaks are now 19-4 and play at Bishop Sullivan Catholic High School next Tuesday.

Norfolk Collegiate 73, Nansemond-Suffolk 39

NORFOLK COLLEGIATE (19-4, 5-1): Glover 10, Grant 7, Rich 6, Townes 6, Self 2, King 13, Howlett 3, Thomas 14, Chavis 10, Chandi 2. Totals 30 6-11 73.

NANSEMOND-SUFFOLK: Wentz 5, Henderson 2, Turner 2, Demello 9, Minter 4, Barot 6, Smith 3, Hogan 6, Meyers 2. Totals 13 11-18 39.

Halftime: Norfolk Collegiate, 41-18. 3-point goals: Glover 2, Grant, King, Howlett, Chavis 2, Wentz, Demello.

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