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Wildcats win again
Cameron Chilcutt attacks the basket early and scores two of his eight points in the opening quarter for Dibrell versus Eastside on Tuesday.

Dibrell put the pedal to the metal and never checked its rear-view mirror. The Wildcats cruised to the finish line and left the Eastside Bulldogs in the dust Tuesday night.
Dibrell has a high-performance offense with plenty of boost. The Wildcats defeated the Bulldogs by a final score of 56-14.
Aaron Ashburn for Dibrell led all scorers with 10 points. Treyton Terry for Eastside was right on his heels with nine.
Eastside scoring threat Christian Rogers was coming off a 32-point game versus Irving College last week, one of the highest scoring games in Warren County 5-6 grade basketball memory. However, he was held to a single point versus the Wildcats.
No one has been able to withstand the powerful Wildcat offense and Tuesday was no different. The Wildcats revved their offense in the first period. All five starters scored in the opening quarter. The potent offense was led by Nathan Elrod and Jordan Sandlin with four points each.
Eastside did find five points in the first quarter. Evan Watts hit the only field goal for two of the five. Caden Beaty and Rogers hit a combined 3-of-6 from the free throw line. Nothing came easy for the Bulldogs on Tuesday.
By the end of the second quarter, Dibrell had punched it to the floor. The Wildcats came out firing on all cylinders and dropped 22 points in the second. Ashburn scored two points in the first and led the second with eight points.
The story of the second quarter was the Dibrell defense. The defense completely had the court covered from one end to the other. Eastside had no clear path to the basket and not a single player put points up before the half.
It was the Wildcats’ game to lose as they led at the half by a score of 36-5.
The second half was played by many of the younger Wildcats. The Dibrell bench is deep and Tyler Heathcock scored four points for Dibrell in the third period.
Eastside continued its struggle to find an open look and Terry carried the offensive load for the Bulldogs. Terry hit in close and connected from behind the arch.
WILDCAT SCORING – Aaron Ashburn 10, Hagen Stewart 8, Nathan Elrod 8, Cameron Chilcutt 8, Jordan Sandlin 6, Tyler Heathcock 6, Matthew Young 6, Jeremy Boren 4
BULLDOG SCORING – Treyton Terry 9, Caden Beaty 2, Evan Watts 2, Christian Rogers 1