Boys Dismantle NSA

DSC_4116Junior Kyonze Chavis continued upping his game, pouring in 11 points and adding 10 assists and nine boards as Collegiate cruised past Nansemond-Suffolk Academy, 67-35, in a Tuesday night away game.

The win sets up the game of the season in Hampton Roads Friday with the Oaks, ranked number two in the area and number four in the state, traveling to Cape Henry, ranked number one in the area and in the top five nationally.

The game starts at 7 p.m. and will be televised live on Cox channel 11.

Do not sit at home, though. Set your DVR. Get out to Cape Henry for the girls game at 5:30 and stay for the boys game.

Against NSA, junior Bash Townes again led the Oaks with 16 points while senior Mark Madison popped for 12.

Norfolk Collegiate 67, Nans.-Suffolk 35

DSC_3759NORFOLK COLLEGIATE (14-3, 2-0): Madison 12, Grant 5, McNair 4, Anderson 7, McCaffrey 2, Matthews 3, Hurley 3, Chavis 11, Hirschfeld 4, Townes 16.

NANSEMOND-SUFFOLK (5-9, 0-2): Corrigan 7, E.Smith 2, Sheimbob 3, Richter 4, Baret 2, Patterson 13, Cooper 4.

 

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