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From staff reports
Darius Moose (Carson) had 13 points, nine rebounds and four steals as Brevard beat Lees-McRae 71-66 on Monday for its first victory of the season.
n College volleyball
Catawba juniors Kaitlyn Whitmer, Jordan Raye and Jenny Young were named to the All-Southeast Region team, while senior Shay Meeks was honorable mention.
Hitters Whitmer and Meeks finished one-two in kills this season with both joining the 1,000-career kill club during the season.
Young, the libero, set three school records. She set the single-match dig record with 55 in a win over Tusculum and finished with 769 on the season.
Raye, a setter, had five triple-doubles on the season and claimed the last three SAC Specialist of the Week awards.
n Jack Campbell Classic
The Sacred Heart Boosters raised $411 for the Jack Campbell Scholarship Fund by hosting the 7th annual basketball tournament held in Jackís name at the Boyd Dolphin Tank on Saturday.
Campbell a captain of Salisbury Highís soccer, basketball and baseball teams, passed away from cancer after a courageous battle in 2005.
A product of Sacred Heart, he still remains an inspiration to many in the community.
n In the coed middle school game. the Blue team squeaked by the White team 33-32. Reilly Gokey led the winners with 12 points, Kate Sullivan had nine, and Max Fisher and Will Casmus scored six each.
The White team was led by Joseph Harrisonís 16 points. Spencer Storey score eight.
n In the ladies alumni game, the White team defeated the Yellow team 35-22.
Erin Ansbroís 21 points led the White squad. Amber Wingerson had eight points.
Alison Sobataka, and her sister, Mary, a fifth-grader, had eight points each for the losers. Laney Gokey added six points.
n In the boys alumni game, White beat Yellow 64-50.
Roy Dixon led the White team with four 3-pointers and 16 points. Banks Fisher had 12 points. Spencer Carmichael and Josh Honeycutt scored nine each, and Rafe Harrison and Andy Hallett had eight each.
Fisher also had a game-high 12 rebounds.
The White team was led by Jack Youngís 21 points, including four 3-pointers. Tim Burges had 13 points and 11 rebounds. Bobby Cardelle and Trey Wingerson scored seven points each.
The Boosters are grateful for the communityís support of this annual event that celebrates Jackís life through the joy of competitive sports.

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