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Thomas & Farris Attorneys Student-Athlete of the Week: Caleb Huston


Senior Caleb Huston continued his steady contribution to the Community Christian School varsity boys basketball team last week, making him this week’s Thomas & Farris Attorneys Student-Athlete of the Week.

Caleb, a senior forward, snatched seven rebounds in the Cyclones’ loss to visiting Raleigh Christian. Caleb is one of the leading rebounders for CCS, averaging eight per game to go with six points per outing.

Caleb has a sparkling 4.0 grade point average at Community Christian, where he serves as president of Student Government Association. He played soccer and will run track this spring for the Cyclones.

The son of Carolyn and Benjamin Huston of Wilson, Caleb is active in his youth group at Living Faith Church in Wilson, for which he volunteers his time to help at places such as Hope Station in Wilson.

Caleb plans on attending Liberty University after graduation.



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