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Still streaking
Jeremy Boren's 20 points Thursday at Irving College helped the Dibrell forward rise to second in the elementary scoring standings.
Mia Hobbs scored 40 points in two Irving College wins at home last week. Hobbs is the league's second-leading scorer.

The streak continues.

Dibrell’s winning streak, inact since 2016, reached 24 games Thursday night after a 61-29 thumping of the Irving College Tigers.

The Wildcats outscored Irving College 19-7 and never looked back to improve to 4-0 this season. The team is looking to defend its 7-8 grade elementary championship.

Jeremy Boren was the catalyst to the Wildcat attack, scoring a season-high 20 points for Dibrell. Boren was one of five Dibrell players to tally their season high against the Tigers.

Garrison Randolph was next with nine, while Hunter Basham and Matthew Young scored seven points apiece. Drathan Dixon added six as the Wildcats had big outputs from a variety of players.

Nathan Elrod also scored six points for the Wildcats, the first time he’s failed to reach double figures in three contests. Tracie Crosby (four points) and Vincent Flores (two points) rounded out the scoring for Dibrell.

Irving College (2-2) got nine points from Abram Stinson, while Josh Lawson and Gage Harper finished with eight points each. Cooper Bailey and Riley Wanamaker each added a basket.

Dibrell will try to push its streak to 25 at Centertown Monday night. The Tigers will look to get back in the win column at Boyd. Both games are slated to start at 7 p.m.