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 Pratt (PT)27.8 
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 Enanga (FW)15.2 
 Turner (PT)14.2 
 Roebuck (SC)14.1 
 Mason (CTh)13.9 
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 Moore (PT)13.5 
 Robinson (WS)8.5 
 Williams (CTH)8.0 
 Vince (CTR)7.2 
 Heggins (RC)7.2 
 Richardson (CTH)5.9 
Steals Per Game
 Washington (CTH)3.3 
 Betran (FW)2.9 
Blocks Per Game

Petersburg closes out Home Schedule with Win - May 21, 2019

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The Petersburg Cavaliers finished their home schedule with a win on Sunday, defeating the Augusta Eagles 139-133 at Petersburg High School. 'It's a big win,' Cavaliers head coach and owner Kyle Dixon said. 'It's a big motivational win.' Petersburg trailed 48-29 after the first quarter, but limited Augusta to just 19 points in the second, outscoring them by 17. 'They were playing at their tempo, and they hit a lot of threes in the first half,' Dixon said of the opening to the game. Petersburg completed the comeback by the end of third, tying the game at 107. They led throughout most of the fourth quarter, before taking a four-point lead into the 'Elam ending,' a rule which turns off the clock and sets a target score at the first stoppage in the final four minutes. Leading 131-127 heading into the Elam ending, the Cavaliers outscored Augusta 8-6 to win the game. 'We just tightened up on our defense, and we played harder,' said Dixon, on what adjustments his team made to overcome the deficit. 'We put a lot of pressure on them. We found out who the scorers and shooters were, and we closed them out.' Virginia State alum Elijah Moore (6'0''-F, college: Mesa CC) led Petersburg in scoring with 50 points, besting his previous season-high of 28. Tevon Mealy, formerly of Richard Bland College, led Petersburg down the stretch, finishing with 36 points and scoring the game-winning basket. 'That's what he's here for,' Dixon said of Mealy. The win maintains Petersburg's position in first place in the Northwest Division, and second in the Northern Conference, trailing undefeated Winston-Salem by 2 1/2 games. Petersburg finished their home schedule with a 6-2 record.'I'm proud of each and every one of them,' Dixon said, referring to his players. 'When we needed to step up, we did.' Texas Tech alum Robert Turner (6'3''-G-93, college: Texas Tech, agency: Interperformances) led Augusta in scoring with 47 points, followed by Scheraun King (6'5''-G-87, college: Albany St.) with 45. The win followed a 133-131 loss to the Gastonia Snipers on Saturday. The Cavaliers will finish the regular season with four-consecutive road games. They will next face the East Carolina Cardinals on Saturday. The regular season ends for the Cavaliers on June 1, against Hampton Roads. 'It's good to finish our our home tenure with a win,' Dixon said. 'We appreciate all the fans that came out. We heard them, we played for them. They were the extra eyes and ears on the court that we needed.' With the Cavaliers in good position to make the East Coast Basketball League playoffs, Dixon said his team will do its best to make the city proud. 'This is the Petersburg Cavaliers. This is Petersburg's team,' Dixon said. 'We're going to go our there and get a win for them.'
Courtesy of: ECBL   

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