Dexter's Alan Flannigan drives around Charleston's Claude Armstrong in the fourth quarter Tuesday night in Charleston.
David Jenkins, Staff
CHARLESTON -- Trailing by just two points with under five minutes left to play, the Dexter Bearcats were making a late push to try and get their first win of the season in their first game of the season.
After a few Bearcats turnovers and a wide open Akeem Sharp standing under the basket for Charleston, the Bluejays looked to be in control coming up on a minute left to play with a 56-50 advantage.
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