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Men's Basketball

Crusaders double up on the Knights and Ambassadors

Keene – The women of Dallas Christian shot their way past the Lady Knights of SW Adventist University, 64 – 41 in the opening game of a double header.

The second game of the double header saw the Crusader men led by Chad Herring’s double-double, defeat the Knights 99 – 71.
Chad scored 21 points and had 10 rebounds. Joshua Harris and Trent Dawson contributed 15 points apiece.

Newcomer Jonathan Devaughn chipped in 13 points as the team shot 47% from the field overall.

Dallas also had a season low 6 turnovers. The Crusaders were cruising to a possible 5th straight game scoring over 100 points but
lost their marksmanship briefly in the last 7 minutes of the game.

Dallas plays at fierce conference rival, Hillsdale Freewill Baptist College this Friday night in Moore, OK.

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Soph-Rae Davis hits a corner jumper

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SR-Jessalyn Flowers controls the lane

 

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Freshman Josh Walls takes aim

 

 

 

 

 

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Coach Charles H. Williams looks in disbelief!

 

 

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Fatigued but giving praise to God!

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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J. Harris drops 33 to lead Crusaders over Ozark Christian

Joplin,Mo – The Dallas Christian men’s basketball team will get tested as
they play 3 games this week on the road. The first test went very well as Crusaders
outlasted the Ambassadors, 122-112, in a high scoring affair as Joshua Harris erupted for a season high 33 points.
on 76% shooting from the field.

His sidekick tonight was steady Senior guard, Aaron Espinosa, who also had a season high of 28 points
to go with 6 assists.

The Ambassadors did not go quietly into the night as Dallas built a nice cushion. They came storming back on a barrage of 3 pointers late in this contest.

Timely marksmanship by Edgar Guereca, who hit 3 of 4 (3)pointers on the night helped keep the Crusaders in control.

Trent Dawson’s 21 points on 61% shooting helped keep the offensive floodgates open as Dallas shot 66% from the field as a team.

Charles (Williams) team has really done a good job getting this Dallas team ready for conference play. They play again tomorrow night at SW Adventist University before travelling on Friday to Oklahoma to play Hillsdale Freewill Baptist.

 

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