DCCC sophomore helped the Storm to a 52-10 record over two seasons
Davidson County Community College celebrated its sixth year of sports with an athletic banquet held Monday on campus.
Hunter Huss forward Jerimiah Hunter now a Storm member
Storm finish year 23-7
Chalmers pumps in 26 points for DCCC
DCCC trims 25 point deficit to three with 30 seconds remaining
DCCC faces rematch with Caldwell CC Saturday
The rough start in Region X competition got a little better for Davidson County Community College Wednesday.
Snap three-game losing skid
DCCC has lost three straight to open league play
The junior forward is averaging nearly 24 rebounds per game
Davidson travels to Southern Pines Wednesday to battle rival Sandhills
Justin Glover leads Rams in scoring at 15 points per game
Davidson falls to 0-1 in league play with 64-51 loss.
Davidson County Community College had to work overtime in its first outing since the Christmas break to claim victory.
Shooting guard leads team in scoring with 15.9 average
Regular season champion gets automatic berth in district tournament
Davidson County Community College finished the Storm Classic over the weekend with a 1-1 record. That second digit will surely haunt DCCC over Christmas break.
Two games remain before the Christmas break for Davidson County Community College basketball and both will come this weekend at the annual Storm Classic.
The field for the two-day event that begins Saturday is loaded with talent. In attendance will be Davidson’s NJCAA Region X foe Caldwell Community College, Division II Northern Virginia, and Division I Clinton Junior College.
Davidson County Community College came into Tuesday’s rematch against Mt. Zion with a lot on their minds.
Head coach Matt Ridge was not in attendance due to illness, and the Warriors were the only team to have beaten the Storm, who are currently ranked 10th in the latest NJCAA Division III national poll.
Last time Davidson County Community College faced Johnston Community College, the Storm had to dig deep for an overtime victory.
Saturday’s clash at Brinkley Gym was a little easier. Well, a lot easier. Davidson led by 22 at the half and caged the Jaguars in a 79-37 flogging.
Davidson County Community College breezed to another double-digit win on Wednesday, dusting off the Belmont Abbey junior varsity 87-56.
Head coach Matt Ridge was in no mood to celebrate.
Darius Howell lobbed an alley-oop pass from 30 feet away to Corey Burnette for a potential slam dunk. Instead, the ball found the bottom of the net for three points. That was the kind of night it was for Davidson County Community College.
When it comes to wins and losses, Davidson County Community College is on pace with previous teams. Experience is where they lag behind.
Off to a 7-1 start, the Storm have looked ragged at times, while having flashes of brilliance here and there. Returning only one starter from last season, the growing pains were certainly expected. Though they have a long way to go before getting to a championship level, head coach Matt Ridge feels his team is headed in the right direction.