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Six newcomers join CCCC men's basketball program

Click to enlarge,  CJ Stone (right), of Lee County High School, Sanford, recently announced his decision to join the Central Carolina Community College men's basketball program.

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CJ Stone (right), of Lee County High School, Sanford, recently announced his decision to join the ... (more)

Click to enlarge,  Jackson Reid (seated center), of Panther Creek High School, Cary, recently announced his decision to join the Central Carolina Community College men's basketball program.

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Jackson Reid (seated center), of Panther Creek High School, Cary, recently announced his decision ... (more)

Click to enlarge,  Montell Moore (right), of Cape Fear High School, Fayetteville, recently announced his decision to join the Central Carolina Community College men's basketball program. At left is CCCC Men's Basketball Coach Brad McDougald.

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Montell Moore (right), of Cape Fear High School, Fayetteville, recently announced his decision to ... (more)

Click to enlarge,  Raequane Key (Parkland High School, Winston-Salem), Quintin Welch (Walkertown High School, Walkertown), and Christian Harris (East Forsyth High School, Winston-Salem) recently announced their decisions to join the Central Carolina Community College men's basketball program.

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Raequane Key (Parkland High School, Winston-Salem), Quintin Welch (Walkertown High School, Walkertown), ... (more)

08.07.2018College & CommunityCollege GeneralSports

SANFORD - Central Carolina Community College has signed six more newcomers to the men's basketball program.

The newest signees are Christian Harris (East Forsyth High School, Kernersville), Raequane Key (Parkland High School, Winston-Salem), Montell Moore (Cape Fear High School, Fayetteville), Jackson Reid (Panther Creek High School, Cary), CJ Stone (Lee County High School, Sanford), and Quintin Welch (Walkertown High School, Walkertown).

These newcomers join previous signees Jamar Butler and Darnell Carver, of Western Harnett High School, as well as Rodney Alston Jr., of Rocky Mount High School in Rocky Mount, Larry Barnes, of Metrolina Christian Academy in Indian Trail, and Russell Bradley, of Carver High School in Winston-Salem.

The CCCC men's basketball season opens Nov. 2-3 when the Cougars play at the Sandhills Invitational.

For more information about Central Carolina Community College and its programs, visit its website, www.cccc.edu or call the college at 919-775-5401.