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CAK boys upset Fulton


Pulling away with a 20-5 edge in the fourth quarter, Christian Academy of Knoxville's Warriors surprised perennial Classs AA state power Fulton with a 58-40 win at CAK in Hall of Fame boys basketball action Saturday, Nov. 20.

This win came two days after CAK traveled to Greeneville and tripped up the Green Devils 67-56 in its season opener also a Hall of Fame game Thursday, Nov. 18. (More details on this game later in story)

CAK 58 FULTON 40

Seniors Anderson Payne, Emery Naler and Jordan Hatfield who provided both inside presence and outside shooting led the Warriors against Fulton by tallying 12, 10, and eight points respectively.

The Warriors got a strong performance from junior Dalton Keck, who led CAK in rebounding and also contributed 12 points to the winning cause Saturday.

Freshmen combined for 18 points, as Oteriah Lee scored 10 and Dylan Keck eight.

The team welcomes CAK football players Charlie High, Chip Rhodes and Colby Maddux, along with the return of Jordan Ritchie who scored two Saturday.


CAK 67 GREENEVILLE 56

Lee was on fire at GHS, leading the Warriors in scoring with 23 points followed by Keck, who added 18 points and was credited with solid defensive play.

Payne and Emery each provided 12 points in the winning road cause while Hatfield scored five.

 

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