East Chapel Hill’s Jonathan Runyambo goes to the basket as Chapel Hill’s Max Conolly tries to swat it away.
East Chapel Hill’s Jonathan Runyambo goes to the basket as Chapel Hill’s Max Conolly tries to swat it away. Jim Kenny newsobserver.com
East Chapel Hill’s Jonathan Runyambo goes to the basket as Chapel Hill’s Max Conolly tries to swat it away. Jim Kenny newsobserver.com

East Chapel Hill boys, Chapel Hill Tigers girls win rivalry basketball games

November 21, 2015 02:50 AM

UPDATED November 21, 2015 10:47 AM

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  • Top 10 plays from a sold-out #7 Greene Central at #10 Kinston boys basketball game

    Kinston rolled Greene Central 67-43 on Dec. 15, 2017. Kinston was led by Damian Dunn's 24 points in his "flu game," while Greene Central's Don'Quez Davis had 16 points. The game was sold out well before tipoff.