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Flight 22 wins another Big Shots event


MYRTLE BEACH, SC (WWAY) -- Nathan Faulk continues to work his magic with the Flight 22 basketball team. The 17 and under Flight 22 basketball team defeated Wilmington based Blizzard Athletics on Sunday in the championship game of the Myrtle Beach Big Shots Tournament. South View junior Rian Holland scored 30 points in the championship game. Holland averaged 28.5 points over a four game stretch in the event.

Until last week Nathan Faulk was also the head basketball coach at South View, but he's now the head coach at Laney. Fred Lynch made that announcement on Tuesday. Check out Faulk on WWAY's May 6th Coach's Corner. The show will be posted online by Monday afternoon. For more information on the 17 and under victory check out the Flight 22 twitter page @Flight22bball

17 and under Flight 22 roster:

Natrone Banks Union
Drew Combs Ashley
Domarius Davis Union
Matthew Gilgo Topsail
Rian Holland South View
Christian Jeffords Conway
Donovan Levy Laney
Pharoah McKever South Columbus
Isiah Vinson South View
Dominique Wiggins South View
Elijah Wilson Laney
Brennen Wright Hoke County

Nathan Faulk South View (head coach)
Tim Pope Union (assistant coach)
Andrew Cooke Conway (assistant coach) runs Coastal Basketball Academy in Myrtle Beach

17 and under Flight 22 also won the Dillon Intimidator tourney three weeks ago.

The 16 and under Flight 22 team also won their division on Sunday. Ridell Camidge led Flight 22 in the title with 17 points. Hoggard sophomore Trevor Singleton added 14 points and 11 rebounds.

For more information on Big Shots, check out

WWAY's Full Court Press co-host Kevin Schneider is affiliated with Big Shots.

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