East Wake’s Tamira Knuckles (12) drives toward the lane while defended by Knightdale’s Alexis Ingram (11) during the first half. The Knightdale Knights took on the East Wake Warriors in Wendell, N.C. on Tuesday, Feb. 9, 2016.
East Wake’s Tamira Knuckles (12) drives toward the lane while defended by Knightdale’s Alexis Ingram (11) during the first half. The Knightdale Knights took on the East Wake Warriors in Wendell, N.C. on Tuesday, Feb. 9, 2016. Steven Worthy newsobserver.com
East Wake’s Tamira Knuckles (12) drives toward the lane while defended by Knightdale’s Alexis Ingram (11) during the first half. The Knightdale Knights took on the East Wake Warriors in Wendell, N.C. on Tuesday, Feb. 9, 2016. Steven Worthy newsobserver.com

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