HIGH SCHOOL BASKETBALL: Varsity boxes from Wednesday, Tuesday

Published Thursday, January 7th, 2021

Hobbs Daily Report.com

Maiden High senior Micah Haynes (22) battles for a rebound in Tuesday night’s 81-34 home win over Bandys that opened the basketball season — and the South Fork 2A schedule — for both teams. Maiden plays on Friday night at West Lincoln while Bandys plays its home opener on Thursday night against Newton-Conover./FACEBOOK PHOTO COURTESY OF STEPHENS HAYNES

Editor’s note: HobbsDailyReport.com posts all complete box scores provided by varsity basketball teams in the South Fork 2A, Northwestern Foothills 2A and Northwestern 3A-4A and has e-mailed requests for reports to the 23 athletic departments of the schools in those leagues. If you’re interested in seeing boxes from games in those conferences, please encourage the head coaches or someone within the basketball program to e-mail the boxes to chobbs001@att.net as soon as possible after the game. We generally try to post them by at least midnight or by early the next morning.






E. Burke          27    16    13    12—68

Bunker Hill    23      2    13     24—62

EAST BURKE 68—Aasin Lor 18, Logan Coffey 12, Cooke 8, Ward 8, Yarbrough 7, Crump 6, Primm 5, Kanzleiter 4.

BUNKER HILL 62—Ethan Hildebran 17, Kaden Robinson 14, Mack Little 12, Ramseur 6, Chapman 5, Hoover 4, Fulbright 4

Notes: Cavs open with a victory to start head coach Jerome Ramsey’s eighth season, gaining his 79th career win.

Records: E. Burke 1-0, 1-0 Northwestern Foothills 2A; Bunker Hill 0-1, 0-1.

Reported by Jerome Ramsey, E. Burke head coach




Bandys     15    12    5     17—49

Maiden     15     9    15     8—47

BANDYS 49—Logan Dutka 16, Macy Rummage 10, McIntosh 7, Huggins 7, Little 6, Clements 2, Drummond 1.

MAIDEN 47—M. Andrews 14, Keener 7, Bohemier 7, Mingus 7, Hentschel 6, Noble 4, Stamey 2.

Notes: Bandys went 20-7 last season, the third under head coach Nicki (Sigmon) Brittain. She married Maiden boys’ head coach Justin Brittain in the offseason… Her teams, 47-30 at Bandys, her alma mater, have won three straight at Maiden… The Blue Devils went 14-14 last year, head coach Frank Snider’s second year in his second tenure as girls’ head coach (now 23-32 in this tenure)…Coming in, the Blue Devils had won seven of the last 10 games in the series, including six straight at one point… Bandys is 105-13 against Maiden since 1970-71.

Records: Bandys 1-0, 1-0 South Fork 2A; Maiden 0-1, 0-1.

— Reported by Nicki Brittain, Bandys head coach


LNC              10      9    11    15—46

E. Lincoln   12   12       8     7—39

LAKE NORMAN CHARTER 46—Jillian Villanti 10, Kristy Seifert 10, Brooklin Leak 10, Taylor 7, Kilpatrick 5, Kerr 2, Donaldson 2.

EAST LINCOLN 39—Taliyah Thomas 20, Overbay 7, Campo 5, Delgado 3, Eatmon 2, Ross 2.

Notes: Thomas added three rebounds and one steal and an assist for East Lincoln while Ginny Overbay had 16 rebounds, three steals and two assists and Marlene Delgado had five steals, four assists and drew two charges… Knights win their season opener for again, improving to 9-16 since Mike Porter took over as head coach last year … Mustangs went 16-11 last year, their sixth under head coach Jason Otley, and they are 84-92 since he took over seven years ago.

Records: Lake Norman Charter 1-0, 1-0 South Fork 2A; E. Lincoln 0-1, 0-1.

— Reported by: Mike Porter, LNC head coach and Jason Otley, E. Lincoln head coach


Watauga        7    2    13     19—41

S. Caldwell 14    6     19    14—53

WATAUGA 41 (incomplete scoring)—Coffey 2, Sturgill 7, Keller 2, Williamson 2, Farthing 2, Scheffler 5, Torgerson 7, Chelsi Hodges 11.

SOUTH CALDWELL 53—Kaitlyn Propst 12, Olivia Miller 27, Anderson 8, Jackson 4, Katlyn Wynn 2, Dorsey.


Notes: South Caldwell went 11-13 last season and started 6-0… The Spartans lost six of their final eight games last season … South Caldwell head coach Jeff Parham, starting his 23rd season, is now unofficially 379-211… Parham has already posted more than 400 wins as baseball head coach at South Caldwell … Watauga went 18-9 last season under head coach Laura Berry, now 76-34 as she begins her fourth year coaching the Pioneers (she is also coaching the varsity boys, second year).

Records: Watauga 0-1, 0-1 Northwestern 3A-4A; S. Caldwell 1-0, 1-0.

— Reported by Karen Isbell, S. Caldwell coaching staff



Bandys      8    11    8     7—34

Maiden    22   22   28   9—81

BANDYS 34—Dylan Thompson 10, Habschied 6, Reynolds 6, DelGuercio 3, Spencer 3, Cockman 2, Henrickson 2, Reed 2.

MAIDEN 81—Mason Lowman 19, Chris Culliver 14, Jayden Roseman 12, Morgan 9, McClough 7, Robinson 6, Gibbs 5, James 5, Haynes 2, Rhodes 2.

Notes: Maiden went 7-18 last season in Justin Brittain’s debut as head coach, losing its last six games and 13 of its final 14 … The loss came in Rob Bliss’ debut as head coach at Bandys (he’s a former Maiden principal and ex-head boys’ coach also at East Burke and Fred T. Foard)… Bandys went 8-17 last year under Matt Oaks, falling in its last three games and going 1-6 in its final seven games …Maiden has won 12 of the last 14 meetings, which at one point included an eight-game win streak … The Blue Devils have a seven-game home win streak over the Trojans… The teams have now played 101 times since the 1970-71 season, Bandys leading the series 57-44… The Trojans were 25-1 in the first 26 meetings in that time span and won the first 11 games.

Records: Bandys 0-1, 0-1 South Fork 2A; Maiden 1-0, 1-0.


LNC              10    14    11     16—51

E. Lincoln   13   14    16     10—53

LAKE NORMAN CHARTER 51—Oliver O’Brien 18, Cal Reed 10, Bell 8, Stern 8, Edens 3, Rivens 2, Rinehardt 2.

EAST LINCOLN 53—Evan Montanari 17, Jeremiah Jones 12, Drew Bean 12, Craig 7, Mizzell 3, Glezen 2.

Notes: Mustangs, 24-5 last season, open with a home victory that boosts head coach Jon Hancock’s record there to 79-14. He is in his fourth season at East Lincoln… Lake Norman Charter went 22-7 last season, the first for Chet Korkczynski as boys’ head coach.

Records: E. Lincoln 1-0 South Fork 2A; Lake Norman Charter 0-1.

— Reported by Chet Korkczynski, Lake Norman head coach

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