Potter’s last-second layup gives CSD win over North Caroline

RIDGLEY, Md.- Keshawn Potter’s last-second layup gave Cambridge-South Dorchester a 51-50 road win over North Caroline on Thursday.

Potter finished with 10 points on the night, but his most important two came at the right time.

North Caroline would have three chances to win it at the end, but all fell short. The Bulldogs were led by their two big men, Cory Hall and Kendron Wayman who finished with 14 and 13, respectively.

Potter had the game-winner, but Vejon Ashley powered the Vikes with 14 points.

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