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Florence Win Second-Straight On the Road - May 12, 2017


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The Florence Wildcats semi-pro basketball team won their second game in row on the road against Charlotte Bulls 101-90 on Saturday afternoon.

In a turn of events that turned to be a great addition coach John Galbreath was added as a player to this weeks roster. The team was led by assistant, William McCoy.

"We're proudly taking this victory back with us to Florence. This was one of the best games we've played. We led most the game after being down and we controlled the tempo of the game. Proud of my boys," stated Galbreath.

The Wildcats were led by Quincy Washington (6'5''-G, college: Charleston), who scored 34 points and grabbed ten rebounds, while Demerous Robinson (F, college: USC-Salkahatcie JC) added 19 points, 5 rebounds, and Leroy Williams (6'5''-F-88) with 12 points, eight rebounds.

Destine Albert (6'0''-PG) helped with 10 points and the young ball coach John Galbreath added eight points.

"It was a good win for us today against the Charlotte Bulls, we as a team are getting better each time we step on the floor. It's a great confidence builder for us playing our next game at home. We really look forward to putting on a show for home crowd and bringing home the win for our home debut" said Quincy Washington.

The Wildcats hope to keep the momentum as they bring the road stretch to an end with their first home game on May 13 against the Petersburg Cavaliers at 5 PM in Hartsville at the Coach T.B Thomas Sports Center.

FW 23 44 67 101
CB 22 42 60 90

FLORENCE WILDCATS (101): Quincy Washington 34, Demerous 19, Leroy Williams 12, Destine Albert 10, John Galbreath 8   




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