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In eighth-grade action against St. Augustine, WCMS turned a 35-17 halftime lead into a second-half rout, as Head Coach Barrett Tingle’s team moved to 8-0 on the season with a 61-20 victory.
Cameron Willis led the team with 21 points while Jailen Statemen added 13 points and eight rebounds.
Austin Dickerson and Lucas Smith chipped in with nine and eight points, respectively.
Devin Hurst continued to clean the boards with 12 rebounds.
WCMS will look to continue its winning ways as they travel to St. Charles for their next game.
In the seventh-grade matchup, WCMS raced out to a 31 -5 first quarter lead.
Using their pressure defense and great ball movement on offense, WCMS increased the lead to 44-7 by halftime.
With most of the starters resting in the second half, WCMS finished the game 57-9.
Cameron Willis led a balanced scoring attack with 16 points, while Austin Dickerson and Devin
Hurst chipped in with 15 and 13 points, respectively.
Devin Hurst had eight rebounds while Josh Cain added seven for WCMS.
The WCMS sixth-grade boys’ basketball team also defeated St. Augustine 22-15 with Ja Ja Churchill leading the way by scoring seven points.
In the eighth -grade tilt against St. Charles, WCMS used pressure defense to take an 18-4 lead at the end of the first quarter.
WCMS continued to maintain their lead throughout the game, finishing with a 50-35 victory on the road.
WCMS was led by Cameron Willis’ 17 points.
Jailen Statemen and Austin Dickerson chipped in with 12 and 11 points in the contest.
The WCMS seventh-graders, also jumped out early on their opponent, opening up a 28-11 halftime lead.
The final score was 44-28.
WCMS was led in scoring by Devin Hurst, who had 17 points and 14 rebounds.
Willis contributed 13 points in the win.
St. Joe (Red)
The WCMS eighth-graders came out of the gates fast with a 22-2 lead halfway through the second quarter against St. Joe (Red).
WCMS was able to rest their starters at they remained undefeated on the season.
Jailen Statemen led the way with 19 points while Cameron Willis added 12.
Devin Hurst owned the boards, pulling down 18 rebounds in the victory.
In the seventh-grade contest, WCMS continued their dominance by jumping all over the opposition, running out to a 32-8 at the half.
Coach Barrett Tingle rested his starters as they cruised to a 48-19 victory.
WCMS was led in scoring by Cameron Willis as he poured in 25 points.
Hurst contributed eight points and 13 rebounds in the win.