Boys, girls split with Erwin
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In a game of runs, North Bun-
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The BlackHawks exploited two
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first-half 10-0 runs to jump on Er-
win and kept the Warriors at arm’s
length the rest of the way in their 67-
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The Warriors closed the half on a
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9-0 run of its own, highlighted by
a Hunter Bryant layup in the wan- Buncombe committed two costly The Warriors went 7-of-8 from the
ing seconds to shrink the margin to turnovers that Erwin converted into line down the stretch to seal the vic-
single digits. In the second half, the baseline jumpers by Ashleigh Hud- tory.
BlackHawks managed to put away gins and Shakira Allen, pushing the Sydney Revis led the BlackHawks
the Warriors and retain its posses- Erwin lead to 36-23. (16-5, 6-5) with 10 points.
sion of second place in the confer-
ence along with Enka.
In the girls’ game, Sarah Maloy
led the way with 17 points and
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