No. 8 ranked Chatham Charter crushes Woods Charter 85-47

Posted 2/7/20

SILER CITY — Jordan Hamilton pumped in 24 points and hauled down 13 rebounds here on Friday night to lead No. 8 ranked Chatham Charter to a convincing 85-47 victory over Woods Charter in 1A Central …

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No. 8 ranked Chatham Charter crushes Woods Charter 85-47

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SILER CITY — Jordan Hamilton pumped in 24 points and hauled down 13 rebounds here on Friday night to lead No. 8 ranked Chatham Charter to a convincing 85-47 victory over Woods Charter in 1A Central Tar Heel Conference action.

Trevor Golden chipped in 18 points and seven rebounds for the Knights who improved to 10-0 in league play and to 21-1 overall.

Woods Charter (1-9, 3-11) battled hard at the outset and trailed just 21-13 after one period of play.

But 10 points by Hamilton ignited a 28-10 surge in the second quarter that sent the hosts up by a commanding 49-23 count at the intermission and the game was never close again.

Chatham Charter, which won the third quarter 22-16 and the fourth 14-8), also received 14 points from Connor Murphy, eight points from Ryan White, and seven more from Amir Mapp. Murphy added seven boards in the win while White, Golden and Dashon Sutton each hit a trey for the Knights.

Chatham Charter was scheduled to host Eno River Academy on Tuesday, February 4 in Siler City.

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