Cape Fear Christian Academy’s junior varsity boys basketball team won the Mid-Carolina 1-A Conference regular-season championship with a 43-22 victory over Crossroads Christian at the Eagles’ homecoming on Friday night.
The Colts took the varsity girls game, 52-36, and rallied from a double-digit deficit in the second half for 63-58 win in the varsity boys contest.
Zeke Brock had 19 of his 23 points in the first half as the Eagles led 36-26 at intermission before slipping to 11-10 overall and 7-3 in league play.
The Colts (16-5, 7-2) outscored the hosts, 23-9, in the final period.
Caden Scarborough had 14 points for CFCA. Justin Chestnut finished with nine points and 23 rebounds for the Eagles. Elijah Ellis and Cole Godwin added six points each.
CFCA had a 66-57 triumph at Crossroads on December 8.
The Lady Eagles were led by 11 points from Ella John Dupree. Perri Caroline Ennis scored 10. Glenna McLamb had eight points and Madeline Brocious tallied seven.
The CFCA girls are 5-9 overall and 4-4 in the MCC.
Eli Burns opened the game with a 3-pointer for CFCA and scored 10 in the third quarter for a team high 13 points.
Conner Parrish had 10 points and nine rebounds as the junior Eagles improved to 9-2 overall and 6-0 in league play. Elijah Ellis had eight points and seven rebounds.
Justin Chestnut had five points with 11 rebounds. Fisher Stancil netted three points. Cade Godwin and Chris Crume added two points each.
“Very proud of this group for how they play together and strive to achieve success,” said CGCA coach Bill Parrish. ” … This team defends very well regardless of the defensive set.”