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Abbie Daltorio, Sports Editor

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Last night the Middle Creek Mustangs hosted the Falcons for a tri-basketball game.  The Falcons swept the Mustangs 3-0.  The JV boys escaped with a 62-59 win.  The varsity girls dominated Middle Creek, 66-27.  Kelly Fitzgerald and Nia Washington were the leading scorers for the game.  Catherine Holbrook had a standout game and was valuable on offense and defense.  The girls now have a conference record of 13-2 and are first in the SWAC.

The boys got the dub last night in a nailbiter game.  Tied at 50, Chuck Hills got fouled with 1.3 seconds left in the game.  He went to the line and missed his first shot.  He was able to come through and make his second free throw.  The boys won 51-50, with 21 points contributed by Will Harkins and 11 by Ryan Shaffer.  The boys are now ranked third in the SWAC with a conference record of 11-4.  Apex and Cary lead the conference each with a record of 12-3.  Last night’s win locks the Falcons in the top 3 of the SWAC.

The next basketball game is a quad at Athens Drive on Friday.  This will be the last regular season game of the season.  The SWAC tournament will be held next week, followed by the first round of playoffs on February 21.

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