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 1 Winston-Salem W. 2-0 
 2 Hickory H. 1-2 
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 2 Petersburg C. 2-1 
 3 Carolina CL 2-1 
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 2 Carolina C. 1-1 
 3 Fayetteville P. 1-2 
 4 Florence W. 1-2 
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 Q. Washington50.0 
 A.Patterson37.5 
 M. Couvson34.9 
 C. Moore32.1 
 J.Glover29.4 
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 O.Roebuck13.7 
 T.James13.5 
 PJ.Heath12.5 
 DJ.Mason12.1 
 R.Espinosa11.9 
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 C.Moore9.4 
 A.Greer7.9 
 J.Williams7.8 
 S.Heggins7.6 
 J.Murray5.5 
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 R.Pinkston3.6 
 T.Smith3.4 
 Q.Washington2.4 
 K.Whittington2.4 
 C.Moore2.4 
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 R.Espinosa3.4 
 T.James2.7 
 R.James2.7 
 D.Sanders2.2 
 D.Robinson2.1 
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Winston-Sale Mar.24 Charlotte T
Hickory H. Mar.23 Hampton RW 73%
Augusta E. Mar.23 Fayetteville 90%
Carolina T. 98% Mar.23 E.Carol.C.
Florence W. Mar.23 Carolina C. 34%
Charlotte T 59% Mar.23 PT Players
Hampton Roads Runs Past Petersburg 111-97 - May 23, 2018


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The Cavaliers ended their final home game of the season with a 111-97 loss to the Hampton Roads Warriors. Individual errors were costly as the Cavaliers failed to retake the lead after losing it in the second quarter. 'We didn't jump on it like we should have,' said Cavaliers coach Kyle Dixon . 'We could have played better, I don't think we played our best game.' The Cavaliers got off on the wrong foot, giving up the first 5 points of the game to trail the Warriors 5-0 after the first 2 minutes. The teams traded scores from that moment on. Petersburg created plenty of turnovers outside the arc but failed to convert all of them into points. They crawled back to 16-18 at the end of the first quarter. The Cavaliers started strong in the second quarter, taking the lead until the Warriors hit two 3-point shots on two straight possessions, evening the score at 22. Hampton Roads defense kicked into gear as the game grew more physical. Every Petersburg player faced pressure from the Warriors after getting the ball in their hands. Gradually, the Cavaliers clawed their way to an 8-point lead. That lead was short-lived, as the Warriors again hit two unanswered 3-point shots to tie the game at 33-33. They retook the lead soon after when a missed Warriors layup was rebounded into the net by Point Guard, Tremayne Gates (5'11''-G). The Cavaliers looked determined to retake the lead, upping their intensity. Kristian Brown put in a rebound from Trevor Williams after driving in and finding Williams with a pass. Again, the Warriors were equal to the task and found 2 points at the other end. The half ended with a score of 41-38 to the Warriors. That 3-point lead turned into 10 points soon after the break. The Warriors worked to find space on the perimeter and had several uncontested jump shots which fell for 3-point scores. They scored again on their next two possessions, prompting the home team to call a timeout. The Cavaliers came back with renewed vigor. Point Guard Dwayne Richardson drove deep into the arc before he was stopped. He found the hands of Williams who missed a short jumper, but the rebound was immediately scored by Brown. The Warriors' lead was cut at 61-54. The quarter ended with Richardson drawing a foul during a 2-point shot. He made the free-throw to put the score at 74-68.'It happens in spurts, and we can't do it in spurts,' said Cavaliers captain Robert Pinkston (6'2''-G). 'That's been our problem all year. We'll play the first half good, second half terrible.' His words came true in a fourth quarter which saw the Warriors score 37 points. Coach Dixon talked about the team needing to defend better as a unit. 'We had some bigs that were in foul trouble,' he said. 'When the bigs were in trouble we needed to defend better as a team so we could help them out.' Despite the loss, Dixon remained positive and is confident going into the rematch with Hampton Roads on June 3.
  




Dionte Adams
Winston-Salem Wolves Run Away From SC Upstate 120-80 - 1 day ago
The Winston-Salem Wolves remained unbeaten in ECBL play this season with a home win over the SC Upstate Redhawks on Saturday, March 16, with a final score of 120-80. The Redhawks scored first and held the first lead of the game, but a deep three pointer by starting guard Antonio Robinson (6'4''-G-93, college: E.Carolina) quickly put the Wolves out in front and the team never trailed again in the game. The Wolves came into the contest somewhat shorthanded, with shooting guard Lepreece Lync...   [read more]
Petersburg Cavs blowout Cardinals 133-101 - 7 days ago
The Petersburg Cavaliers (1-1) understand the value of competing for four quarters. In their first game they came out flat in the second half, and it cost them. This game they were not going to let that happen again and scored 38 points in the third quarter helping them secure a thirty-point victory over the East Carolina Cardinals (1-1). "Last game we did not have a good third quarter," said Cavs coach Kyle Dixon , "We made sure that this game, that we put in extra effort in the third qu...   [read more]

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Lynch
Winston-Salem Wolves Remain Unbeaten With Win Over Division Rival Coyotes - 7 days ago
The Winston-Salem Wolves remain unbeaten in the 2019 ECBL season after notching a win over division rival NC Coyotes 119-117 on Saturday, March 9th. The Coyotes, based in Durham, fell to 0-2 after their opening day loss to Hickory last week. Leading the team in scoring was Wolves forward Zalinor Banks, who worked well against the zone to pour in 33 points and grab 13 rebounds. Banks took advantage of the zone defense played by the Coyotes to repeatedly find mid range jumpers on 12 for 21...   [read more]


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