DuBOIS — The DuBois Dream took their first loss of the season with a 114-100 setback to the Jamestown Jackals on Sunday afternoon.

The Dream are now 2-1 overall, and 1-1 in the Northeast Division of the North American Basketball League (NABL). DuBois defeated the Jackals in a tight game, 126-122, last Saturday.

DuBois fell behind, 30-20, after one quarter on Sunday afternoon, and never really recovered from it as they went to halftime down 12 at 57-45. The Dream also trailed the third quarter, 32-24, before beating Jamestown, 31-25, in the fourth quarter.

DeOndre Terrell led the Dream with 23 points in the game, despite not getting on the board until the second quarter, and fouling out late in the game. He hit three three-pointers on the night.

Hasiin Dixon and Trey Johnson added 15 points apiece, while Cory Callejas chipped in 13 points.

Jamestown had seven of its nine players that played in the game score in double figures. Charles Thomas Jr. led the way with 25 points on the day, while Michael Davenport poured in 18 points. Latrell Alford, Maceo Wofford, and Lee Gray had 13 points apiece.

Damien Harris and Daniel Mulamba both had 12 points.

DuBois has a home-and-home series with Chatauqua (New York) this weekend. The Dream play at Chautauqua Saturday night at 7 p.m. before hosting the Hurricanes on Sunday at 3 p.m. at DuBois Central Catholic.

“We definitely had a hard time finding our rhythm,” said Dream player/owner Albert Varacallo, who scored 12 points on the afternoon. “Jamestown came in and wanted it more though. We need to regroup, work harder, and get back on track.

“I just want to thank the fans for coming out and supporting us on a Sunday afternoon and a special shoutout to the St. Marys Middle School basketball teams for making the trip in. It was great to have them.”

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