Josh Delaney had a game-high 19 points and twin brother Cameron Delaney added 10 as the Knights hit 20 of 23 from the free-throw line and outlasted the host Panthers 20-16 in the fourth quarter.

Roderick Taylor and Celneque Bobbitt II each added eight points apiece for Heights (10-4), which fell behind 13-9 after the first quarter but reversed field with a 15-9 second quarter to lead 24-22 at the break.

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