Dale’s girls dismantled Christian Heritage 61-36 and Dale’s boys captured their 10th straight victory with a 46-38 decision over Christian Heritage Tuesday night.
Breck Clark recorded game-high figures in scoring (28) and rebounding (11) Tuesday night as Dale’s girls dismantled Christian Heritage 61-36.
Dale, improving to 19-1, was never threatened after rolling to a 16-7 lead after one quarter and upping the count to 30-15 at the intermission.
Lexes Satterwhite of Dale had an outstanding overall game with 13 points, five rebounds, six assists and three steals.
Satterwhite connected on three field goals from beyond the 3-point line.
Danielle Dockrey had eight rebounds and six steals.
Dale was 14-of-22 from the charity stripe as Clark led the way at 8-of-10.
“We got off to a slow start but we played pretty good the second and third quarters,” Dale coach Josh Forsythe said.
Ranked second in Class 2A, Dale will get a chance to atone for its sole defeat Friday night when it travels to Bethel.
Dale’s boys captured their 10th straight victory with a 46-38 decision over Christian Heritage as Evan Anderson led the way with 22 points and seven rebounds.
Jace Wilkins of Dale had a stellar all-around game with 13 points, nine assists and six rebounds. Teammate Caleb Banks grabbed six rebounds.
Dale, by outscoring CHA 17-4 in the second quarter, took a 26-13 lead to halftime. The hosts turned the table in the third quarter, outscoring Dale 17-4 to knot the game at 30. Dale won the final eight minutes by a 16-8 count to up its record to 18-3.
Despite its 10-game winning streak, Dale dropped from fifth to seventh in this week’s Class 2A poll.
“We played two really good quarters, the second and the fourth, Dale coach Jeff Edmonson said. “To go to Christian Heritage and win is a good win.”
Note: Report compiled by Fred Fehr.