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The junior varsity boys’ team moved a step closer to a conference championship on Tuesday with a 53-27 victory.


Three Husky players reached double figures against Elkin. Connor Bowers scored 11 points and added a game-high 13 assists, Bradley Lucas scored 11 points and Corbin Winebarger added 10.


Kendall Richardson got the start in place of an injured Stanton Moore and scored seven points. Parker Shelton added five, Gavin Woodie had four, Maison McNeill had three and Evan Owen rounded out the scoring with two points.


Ashe is now 15-5 overall and 11-2 in the Mountain Valley Athletic Conference.


In the JV girls’ game, Ashe held on to win a low-scoring battle, 26-18 over the Lady Elks.


The Lady Huskies are now 10-7 overall and 10-4 in the MVAC.


Both teams will return to the court on Friday at North Wilkes before wrapping up the season Tuesday at home against West Wilkes.



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