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Generals outflank Cavaliers 75-70

Posted on January 26, 2015 at 1:32 pm

By Scott Richards CP Correspondent   The Caroline Cavaliers boys varsity basketball team lost a game Tuesday of last week against the Dinwiddie Generals 75-70, extending their losing streak to three. It was not as close as the score indicated. It should have gone the other way with the Cavaliers notching up another mark in the win column, but it just did not happen. As opposed to the previous two

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  • Cavaliers’ boys basketball loses two

    Posted on January 20, 2015 at 12:50 pm

    A.J. Derricott goes for the basket in last week's game against Chancellor. Photo by Dawn Haun.

    By Scott Richards CP Correspondent   The Cavaliers had a rough time of it last week in boys basketball as they dropped two to go to 6-7 on the year. They went up against Chancellor last Tuesday and walked away with a 74-62 loss. On Friday, North Stafford came to Milford and for the second year in a row took a heartbreaker from Caroline 58-55. Vs. North Stafford Against the

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  • Lady Cavs stomp Yellow Jackets, 72-51

    Posted on January 12, 2015 at 11:52 am

    Makaila Smith drives the ball down the court.

    By Scott Richards CP Correspondent   The Caroline girls basketball team disappointed those spectators who were expecting a knock-down, drag-out game against visiting James Monroe. The only ones that got knocked down and drug out were the James Monroe players as the 9-3 Caroline Lady Cavaliers, led by Hope Toliver and Jazmen Moore, annihilated the Yellow Jackets 72-51 last Friday. Despite the size differential of JM, the only time they

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