By Tim Chambers
Grace was “amazing” from the second quarter on, and the end result proved to be a “sweet sound” for the Rams.
Grace Christian overcame a 19-10 first-quarter deficit to defeat Hampton 71-65 Monday night before a capacity crowd inside of VanHuss-White Gymnasium.
The last 24 minutes of the game was a 180 as to how the game started.
The ’Dogs came out red hot in the opening frame, using a pair of quick threes by Cheyenne Camillo and one from Wesley Murray to go up 13-5. They stretched the lead to 19-7 on back-to-back baskets by Tristan Robinson and Stanley Valentine, but from there the roof caved in.