HIGH SCHOOL BASKETBALL SUMMARIES: Andrews hits 15 shots in win over N. Lincoln

Published Monday, February 8th, 2021

HIGH SCHOOL VARSITY BASKETBALL SUMMARIES

 

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SATURDAY, FEB. 6 GAMES

BOYS

McDOWELL 71, FREEDOM 68

McDowell    13   17   16   25—71

Freedom     19    18    8   23—68

McDOWELL 71—Queen 6, Moore 1, Josh Smith 10, Jandon Robbins 11, Mason McPeters 14, Trent Lewis 29.

FREEDOM 68—Ledford 9, Daylin Pritchard 25, Harris 7, Costello 2, Z. Pritchard 9, Saiveon Pitman 10, Rice 5, Hall 1.

Notes: McDowell head coach Brian Franklin has 231 coaching wins at his alma mater, 116 with the boys’ team … The Titans have won two straight games… Freedom’s wins are by 15 against St. Stephens and by two against Watauga… The Patriots are 31-5 under head coach Clint Zimmerman, in his second season.

Records: McDowell 6-3, 6-3 Northwestern 3A-4A; Freedom 2-3, 2-4 Northwestern 3A-4A.

— Reported by Rob Scott, Freedom coaching staff

SOUTH CALDWELL 47, ALEXANDER CENTRAL 31

Alex Central    4    4    7    16—31

S. Caldwell       8  17   6     16—47
ALEXANDER CENTRAL 31—
Herman 4, Grove Lowrance 11, Hubbard 2, Cook 3, E. Presnell 9, Sigmon 2, Abernathy, G. Persnell, DeJarnette, Payne, Stubbs, Beck.

SOUTH CALDWELL 47—Kaleb Reese 14, Trey Ramsey 17, Smith 4, Kirby 3, Carr 1, Icenhour 6, Conner 2, Greene, Boyd, Eggers, Robbins.

Notes: Ramsey hit seven of eight shots for the Spartans and Reese converted eight of his 12 free throws… South Caldwell won the boards by 11, led by eight each from Reese and Ramsey … Zach Herman’s seven rebounds paced Alexander Central … The Cougars had only 10 free throws, making five (Evan Presnell 4-for-6) .. South Caldwell did not have a field goal in the final four minutes, 45 seconds … Alexander Central shot 29.3 percent, the Spartans shot 48.4… The Cougars had won three straight coming in and were held to their fewest points of the season… The Spartans have won three of four games, improving to 13-20 under head coach Danny Anderson, in his second season in Hudson.

Records: Alexander Central 5-2, 4-2 Northwestern 3A-4A; S. Caldwell 5-45, 5-3 Northwestern 3A-4A.

— Reported by Jonathan Watts, Alexander Central SID

FRIDAY, FEB. 6 GAMES

GIRLS

MAIDEN 59, LAKE NORMAN CHARTER 44

Maiden          17    13   18   11—59

LN Charter     6   19    10   9—44

MAIDEN 59—Maggie Andrews 33, Lanie Hentshel 9, Marley Mingus 7, Kennedy Noble 6, Morgan Bohemier 4.

LAKE NORMAN CHARTER 44— Kailyn Kilpatrick 12, Alese Kerr 11, Leak 9, Zelando 6, Taylor 4, Donaldson 2.

Notes: Andrews’ scoring is the second-most points in a game for Maiden’s girls since Alison Crawford scored 36 against Cherryville in 2003… Maiden’s scorebook credited Andrews with 35 points but her official total is that in the home scoreboard, and it reflected her scoring 33 … Maiden reported Andrews’ shooting as 15 of 21 from the floor with five 3-pointers, six steals and four assists… Lainee Hentschel had 10 assists for Maiden, which has won two straight games.

Records: Maiden 4-6, 4-6 South Fork 2A; Lake Norman Charter 7-3, 7-3 South Fork 2A.

— Reported by Mike Porter, Lake Norman Charter head coach and Frank Snider, Maiden head coach

NEWTON-CONOVER 64, WEST LINCOLN 46

W. Lincoln     15    5   13    11—46

N-C                     6  23   16    19—64

WEST LINCOLN 46—Chloe Norman 16, Farrah Richardson 14,  Robinson 8,  Chapman 6, Beddingfield 2, Owensby, Biebenich.

NEWTON-CONOVER 64—Emma Fox 18,  Cassidy Geddes 15,  Grace Loftin 15, Powell 6, Woods 6,  Watkins 4.

Notes: Newton-Conover had won 45 consecutive conference games … The Red Devils have scored six or more points five times this season and in two of their last three games … Newton-Conover head coach Sylvia White picked up career win No. 209… West Lincoln had a two-game win streak snapped… Unofficially, Rebels head coach Lance Watson is 10 victories away from 200 in his career that includes a stint as boys’ coach at Fred T. Foard.

Records: W. Lincoln 4-6, 4-6 South Fork 2A; Newton-Conover 10-0, 10-0 South Fork 2A.

— Reported by Sylvia White, Newton-Conover head coach and Lance Watson, W. Lincoln head coach

BANDYS 61, LINCOLNTON 30

Lincolnton     12    5     9    4—30

Bandys            21   12  19     9—61

LINCOLNTON 30 (players who scored only)—A. Hough 10, Sand-Odom 9, Rhyne 7, Ross 4.

BANDYS 61—Logan Dutka 25, Cailyn Huggins 11, Rummage 7, McIntosh 7, Clements 6, K. Dutka 2, Carpenter 2, Little 1.

Notes: Bandys extends win streak over the Wolves to five and has won eight of last nine… The Trojans are 39-8 against Lincolnton since 1970-71 and 21-2 at Bost-Matheson Gym …The Wolves have lost 13 straight games, dating back to last season… Bandys needs four wins to win 10 or more games for the 48th time in 51 seasons (one nine-win year, two 5-win years).
Records: Lincolnton 0-9, 0-9 South Fork 2A; Bandys 6-4, 6-4 South Fork 2A.

— Reported by Nicki Brittain, Bandys head coach

EAST LINCOLN 51, NORTH LINCOLN 27

N. Lincoln    4    6    10     7—27

E. Lincoln   12   14   13   11—51

NORTH LINCOLN 27— Ashlyn White 18, Klein 4, Read 2, Cada 2, Stump 1.

EAST LINCOLN 51—Ginny Overbay 15, Taliyah Thomas 13, R. Ross 8, Self 6, Delgado 4, Eatmon 3, Hege 2.

Notes: Overbay added 11 rebounds, six steals and two assists and Thomas provided two rebounds, two steals and two assists for the Mustangs… East Lincoln has won four straight games and six of its last seven… The Knights are in an eight-game losing streak after opening the season with a three-point home win over West Lincoln.

Records: N. Lincoln 1-8, 1-8 South Fork 2A; E. Lincoln 7-3, 7-3 South Fork 2A.

— Reported by Jason Otey, E. Lincoln head coach

ALEXANDER CENTRAL 67, ST. STEPHENS 32

St. Stephens     5    9      7    11—32

Alex Central   26  14   20     7—67

ST. STEPHENS 32—Reid 4, Moulton 2, Pilkenton 8, Turner 4, McGlamery 9, Spatz 5, Scott, Millsaps, Rhymer.

ALEXANDER CENTRAL 67—Gracie Harrington 22, Nikki Hagy 13, Pennell 3, Stikeleather 7, Hayes 3, McDaniel 4, A. Taraban 3, Reid 2, Jarrett 5, Herman 5, Caskaddon, Childers, G. Taraban.

Notes: The Cougars have won three straight games, with their two highest-scoring coming back-to-back (67 against Watauga the game before this) … Alexander Central won points in the paint 36-14 and won points via turnovers 35-9 … Harrington hit eight of 14 shots from the floor and Hagy was 6-for-9 for the Cougars … Kaylee McGlamery had 11 rebounds (nine defensive) for the Indians, who shot 29.8 percent … Hagy had nine rebounds for the Cougars … Chesney Stikleather had 10 of Alexander Central’s 21 assists… The Cougars forced 27 turnovers … Alexander Central went 8-for-26 on 3-pointers… Only 17 free throws combined (Indians 5, Cougars 12)… The Cougars never trailed.

Records: St. Stephens 3-4, 2-4 Northwestern 3A-4A; Alexander Central 7-1, 5-1 Northwestern 3A-4A.

— Reported by Jonathan Watts, Alexander Central SID

BOYS

NORTH LINCOLN 57, EAST LINCOLN 48

N. Lincoln     7    21   17    12—57

E. Lincoln   14      5   14    15—48

NORTH LINCOLN 57–Jack Carter 13, Waggoner 4, D. Carter 4, Dedmon 2, Cole Seagle 24, Collins 4, Carson 3, Terrill 1, Whitley 2.

EAST LINCOLN 48—Jeremiah Jones 12, Drew Bean 12, Logan Craig 12, Clarke 2, Glezen, Clark 4, Mizzell 3, Hawk, Robb, Gust 3.

Notes: Jack Carter cleared 1,000 career points for the Knights… East Lincoln has lost two of its last three games and were beaten at home for the first time in five games this season … North Lincoln takes over the league lead… The Knights have won three of their last four games… North Lincoln head coach Dennis Frye can reach 25 wins there (24-11) with a win on Tuesday at Maiden.

Records: N. Lincoln 7-2, 7-2 South Fork 2A; E. Lincoln 7-3, 7-3 South Fork 2A.

— Reported by Chip Ashley, E. Lincoln coaching staff and Dennis Frye, N. Lincoln head coach

LAKE NORMAN CHARTER 76, MAIDEN 60

Maiden         22    12    10    16—60

LN Charter   17   19     17    23—76

MAIDEN 60—J. Roseman 15, Chris Culliver 10, Morgan 8, Lowman 8, Haynes 8, McClough 7, James 4.

LAKE NORMAN CHARTER 76—Oliver O’Brien 25, Cal Reed 18, Jalen Rivens 12, Howlett 6, Rinehardt 4, Bell 4, Edens 4, Magnuson 3.

Notes: Reed added 10 assists and five steals for Lake Norman Charter…The Knights snapped a two-game losing streak, improving to 5-1 at home this season … Maiden had won three straight games and four of its previous five… The Blue Devils have scored at least 60 points in six of their 10 games this season.

Records: Maiden 6-4, 6-4 South Fork 2A; Lake Norman Charter 6-4, 6-4 South Fork 2A.

— Reported by Chet Korczynski, Lake Norman head coach and Justin Brittain, Maiden head coach

FREEDOM 66, WATAUGA 64

Watauga     10   14    8    32—64

Freedom    18    19   10   18—66

WATAUGA 64—Bennett Ricker 17, Jonah Martin 12, Ben Hale 11, Leon 8, Ward 6, Everett 4, Collins 2, Morrison 2, Shirley 2.

FREEDOM 66—Daylin Pritchard 17, Zaydin Pritchard 15, Menki Harris 11, Drew Costello 10, Pittman 6, Rice 4, Ledford 3.

Notes: Watauga has lost three straight games played over a period of 17 days … The Pioneers’ 64 points are a season-high … Laura Barry, head coach of both Watauga varsity teams, is 80-51 in Boone (8-22 boys’ record).

Records: Watauga 1-7, 1-7 Northwestern 3A-4A; Freedom 2-2, 2-3 Northwestern 3A-4A.

— Reported by Laura Barry, Watauga head coach

ALEXANDER CENTRAL 65, ST. STEPHENS 34

St. Stephens      9   10    5    10—34

Alex Central     18  15   21     11—65

ST. STEPHENS 34—Reid 4, Barkley 6, J.I. Ikard 12, Anderson 5, McPherson 2, Woy 3, Wall 2.

ALEXANDER CENTRAL 65—Herman 4, Lowrance 6, Hubbard 3, Avery Cook 13, Evan Presnell 18, Abernathy 5, G. Presnell 3, Payne 2, Sigmon 7, Stubbs 2, Beck 2, DeJarnette.

Notes: Alexander Central wins its third straight games …The Indians are in a six-game win streak since beating Alexander Central 64-44 on Jan. 12 at St. Stephens… Cook made three of his eight 3-point attempts for Alexander Central while Ikard made two of his 10 for the Indians… St. Stephens shot 29.5 percent to the Cougars’ 48.8 … Alexander Central won points in the paint 26-12 and off turnovers 28-5, and the Cougars’ bench outscored the Indians’ by 21-7 … St. Stephens attempted 28 from 3-point range… The Cougars converted 16 of 19 free throws with Evan Presnell going 11-for-12… St. Stephens was 3-for-4 on free throws … Zach Herman’s five rebounds led Alexander Central with Josh Barkley of St. Stephens grabbing a game-high six… Unoffically, Cougars head coach Ed Wills picked up career win No. 241.

Records: St. Stephens 2-7, 2-6 Northwestern 3A-4A; Alexander Central 5-1, 4-1 Northwestern 3A-4A.

— Reported by Jonathan Watts, Alexander Central SID

WEDNESDAY, FEB. 3 GAMES

GIRLS

MAIDEN 56, NORTH LINCOLN 50

Maiden      12    9   15    14—56

N Lincoln  12   9    15    14—50

MAIDEN 56— Maggie Andrews 18, Lainee Hentschel 17, Mingas 9, Noble 8, Stamey 2, Bohemier 2, Boulamy.

NORTH LINCOLN 50– shlyn White 23, Lilly Stump 11, Haley Klein 10, Reid 6, Gaddy, Dymes, Broome, Frantz, Hallman.

Notes: North Lincoln’s 50 points are a season-high this year … Maiden snapped a two-game losing streak and improved to 2-2 on the road this season.

Records: Maiden 3-6, 3-6 South Fork 2A; N. Lincoln 1-7, 1-7 South Fork 2A.

— Reported by Grace Vinson, N. Lincoln and Frank Snider, Maiden head coach

ALEXANDER CENTRAL 69, WATAUGA 62

Watauga         13    12     14   23—62

Alex Central     8   24    17    20—69

WATAUGA 62—Farthing, Chelsi Hodges 22, Brelyn Sturgill 14, Durham 2, Charlotte Torgerson 10, Williamson 7, Scheffler 7, Cook, Keller.

ALEXANDER CENTRAL 69—Gracie Harrington 13, Jarrett 8, Chesney Stikleather 18, Hayes 5, McDaniel 2, Herman 8, Nikki Hagy 15, Pennell, Caskaddon, A. Taraban, Reid, G. Taraban, Childers.

Notes: The game was a conference game as their most recent battle on Jan. 27 in Taylorsville, won 60-39 by the Cougars, was a non-conference game … Hodges hit seven of 12 field goal attempts for Watauga … Stikeleather went 6-for-10 from the floor and Gracie Harrington went 3-for-17 for Alexander Central… Harrington made six of nine free throws for the Cougars, who made 23 of 35… Watauga was 18 of 31 on free throws with Hodges going eight for 12 … Hagy had 12 rebounds for Alexander Central with Stikeleather adding nine and Sydney Hayes grabbing eight… Brooke Scheffler had 12 rebounds and Hodges 10 for the Pioneers … There were 64 points in the paint (AC 40, Watauga 24) and 39 points from subs (AC 25, Watauga 14) … Harrington had six assists for the Cougars.

Records: Watauga 0-8, 0-6 Northwestern 3A-4A; Alexander Central 6-1, 4-1 Northwestern 3A-4A.

— Reported by Jonathan Watts, Alexander Central SID

MAIDEN 67, NORTH LINCOLN 64

Maiden            22   16    15     14—67

N. Lincoln         9   12    22    21—64

MAIDEN 67— Izaiah Morgan 17, Chris Culliver 16, Dru McClough 14, Micah Haynes 11, Roseman 9.

NORTH LINCOLN 64—Jack Carter 25, Cole Seagle 23, Waggoner 6, D. Carter 4, Cason 2, Whitley 2, Terrill 2, Barker, Corter, Dedmon, Corter, Lykins.

Notes: Maiden runs its win streak to three games … North Lincoln had won two straight games and six of seven to begin the season.

Records: Maiden 6-3, 6-3 South Fork 2A; N. Lincoln 6-2, 6-2 South Fork 2A.

— Reported by Dennis Frye, N. Lincoln head coach and Justin Brittain, Maiden head coach

 

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