HIGH SCHOOL BOYS BASKETBALL: Tuesday’s game summaries

Published Wednesday, December 8th, 2021

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HIGH SCHOOL BOYS BASKETBALL SUMMARIES

 

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GAMES OF TUESDAY, DEC. 7

FREEDOM 65, DRAUGHN 62

Freedom    9    20    17    19—65

Draughn   10    10   13    29—62

FREEDOM 65—Amore Connelly 24, Philly Harris 21, Drew Costello 12, Thomas 6, McNaughton 2.

DRAUGHN 62—Daylin Pritchard 18, Luke Rector 12, Z. Pritchard 6, Schutt 7, Tillery 6, Nelson 4, E. Pritchard 9.

Records: Freedom 3-0; Draughn 2-3.

Reported by Rob Scott, Freedom staff

 

NORTH LINCOLN 63, WEST LINCOLN 53

W. Lincoln 11 13 21   8—53

N. Lincoln  15 22 16 10—63

WEST LINCOLN 53—J Truesdale 23, A. Cherigui 12, Hopper 9, Hartsoe 4, Allen 3, Goins 2.

NORTH LINCOLN 63—J. Dedmon 17, K, Karr 12, J. Waggoner 12, J. Terrill 10, Carson 7, King 3, Lykins 2.

Notes: North Lincoln picks up 36th win under head coach Dennis Frye, now 46-12 in his third year there… Knights have won four straight games… West Lincoln snapped an 85-game losing streak by beating Fred T. Foard on Nov. 30… The Rebels’ losing streak in conference games is 67.

Records: W. Lincoln 1-4; N. Lincoln 4-1.

Reported by Dennis Frye, N. Lincoln head coach

PATTON 61, EAST BURKE 46

E. Burke    10   15    11    10—46

Patton        19   12   18     12—61

EAST BURKE 46—Coffey 9, Crump 8, Primm 8, Sellers 5, Cox 4, Keller 3, Hill 3, Dennie 2, Hudson 2, Poarch 2.

PATTON 61—Waylon Rutherford 18, Brayden Vess 12, Randon Clarke 12, Cantrell 8, Rudisill 5, Bostian 3, Hicks 3.

Records: E. Burke 0-3; Patton 4-1.

Notes: Patton’s only loss is 76-74 in double overtime on Dec. 3 at Freedom… Patton scored 102 points in its second game, defeating Draughn on the road 102-76.

Reported by Jerome Ramsey, E. Burke head coach

EAST LINCOLN 75, NORTH GASTON 45

N. Gaston    14    12      8    11—45

E. Lincoln   20   20   18    17—75

NORTH GASTON 45—Markell Carothers 10, Wood 2, Murrell 6,  Mackey 6, Masters, Simmons 9, Wright 3, Gettys 3, Lomick 6, Gerena, Moss.

EAST LINCOLN 75—Glezen 8, Craig 5, Clark 4, Palmer Crichton 16, Jones 3, Bean 8, Walker 6, Mizzell 8, Fannon 6, Simmons 4, Maj 7.

Notes: East Lincoln head coach Jon Hancock, in his fifth season guiding the Mustangs, is 93-18.

Records: N. Gaston, 1-5; E Lincoln 4-0.

Reported by Chip Ashley, E. Lincoln staff

ALEXANDER CENTRAL 62, NEWTON-CONOVER 36

Alex Central     15  17  17 13–62

N-C                    8       9   11   8–36

ALEXANDER CENTRAL 62–Dustin Sigmon 12, Lowrance 8, Avery Cook 13, G. Presnell 5, Evan Presnell 13, Hammer 2, Dejarnette 1, Stubbs 1, G. Barnes 6, Beck 1, J. Barnes, Lasher.

NEWTON-CONOVER 36–Linberger 6, Jay Powell 10, Wilkinson 3, Cannon 8, Stinson 3, Barber 3, Penley 3, Moore, Sigmon, Robinson.

Notes: Cook went 3-for-3 on 3-pointers for the Cougars, who were 5-for-9 … Alexander Central won the boards 29-14, including a 26-9 edge on the defensive boards …. The Cougars shot 63.3 percent and were 9-of-11 (81.8 percent) in the second half … Sigmoin and Grove Lowrance led Alexander Central rebounding with five each … Grayson Presnell and Evan Presnell each had five assists for the Cougars, who had 17 … Alexander Central won points in the paint 26-4 and outscored the Red Devils 14-3 off turnovers … The Cougars were 19-of-22 on free throws, led by Evan Presnell going 8-for-8, and the Red Devils got only four free throws (made three)… Each team had 10 turnovers.

Records: Alexander Central 4-1; Newton-Conover 0-5.

Reported by Jonathan Watts, Alexander Central SID

GAMES OF FRIDAY, DEC. 3

FREEDOM 76, PATTON 74, 2 OTs

Patton            11    19    19    16   4  5—74

Freedom       16    13   16    20   4   7—76

PATTON 74–Brayden Vess 18, Miller 4, Waylon Rutherford 18, Deshawn Cantrell Vasquez 12, RAndan Clarke 10, Connor Rudisill 10, Hicks 2.

FREEDOM 76—Amore Connelly 27, Trey Ledford 15, Philly Harris 14, Drew Costello 10, Powell 6, Thomas 4.

Records: Freedom 2-0; Patton 3-1.

Reported by Rob Scott, Freedom staff

EAST LINCOLN 56, LINCOLNTON 37

Lincolnton    11   11   8        7—37

E. Lincoln    10   13   14   19—56

LINCOLNTON 37—Smith 6, Danner 3, McGill 9, Stancil 7,

Blackburn 6, Burney 4, Jefferies, Houser, Heath 2.

EAST LINCOLN 56—Glezen, Craig 5, Clark 5, Crichton 4, Jeremiah Jones 20, Bean 6, Walker 8, Mizzell 2, Fannon 2, Simmons 4, Maj.

Notes: East Lincoln has won eight straight over the Wolves and 19 of their last 30 meetings.

Records: Lincolnton 0-3; E. Lincoln 3-0.

Reported by Chip Ashley, E. Lincoln staff

DRAUGHN 62, EAST BURKE 57

Draughn     17    16    13    16—62

E. Burke      14   17    11    15—57

DRAUGHN 62—Daylin Pritchard 32, Luke Rector 10, Schutt 8, Z. Pritchard 5, E. Pritchard 4, Tillery 3.

EAST BURKE 57—Logan Coffey 15, Devenaire Hill 14, Carter Crump 11, Primm 5, Sellers 3, Dennie 3, Langley 2, Cline 2, Hudson 2.

Records: Draughn 2-2; E. Burke 0-2.

Reported by Jerome Ramsey, E. Burke head coach

NORTH LINCOLN 67, BANDYS 42

Bandys          14    14   8     6—42

N. Lincoln   16    25   16   10—67

BANDYS 42—White 2, Slaughter 2, Parker Stybroski 12, Terick Bumgarner 16, Parham 4, Robinson 4, DelGuercio 2, DeHart.

NORTH LINCOLN 67—Waggoner 3, Conner Carson 13, Reed King 20, Jake Dedmon 11, Custer 2, Snell 4, Kellen Karr 14, Lykins 1, Rice, Terrill.

Notes: North Lincoln has won four straight and five of the last seven against the Trojans… The Knights led the series 16-5, including 12-1 in games at North Lincoln.

Records: Bandys 1-4 N. Lincoln 3-1.

Reported by Benny Yount, Bandys sports information

ALEXANDER CENTRAL 59, WEST WILKES 40

Alex Central          15  13  16 15–59

W. Wilkes             13  12   9    5–40

ALEXANDER CENTRAL 59–Dusty Sigmon 11, Lowrance 8, Cook 9, Grayson Presnell 17, Evan Presnell 10, Hammer 2, Lasher 2, Dejarnette, Stubbs, G. Barnes, Beck, J. Barnes.

WEST WILKES 40–Jaheim McDougald 17, Tribble 5, Carson Stanley 15, Holbrook 3, Edmiston, Crumpton, Lambert, Wayne, Canter, Dyer.

Notes: Grayson Presnell made 6-of-7 field goals and all five of his free throws for the Cougars, who shot 37.7 percent … Sigmon was 5-of-5 on free throws as Alexander Central hit 13 of 17 … Sigmon had 10 rebounds and Grove Lowrance had 13… Cook led Alexander Central’s assists with seven … The Cougars made only three turnovers and had eight steals, four by Evan Presnell … West Wilkes went 2-for-2 on free throws… Stanley led West Wilkes’ rebounding with six … McDougald (5-for-10) and Stanley (5-for-13) paced West Wilkes, which made 12 of 33 from 3-point range … Alexander Central won points in the pain 20-2 and outscored West Wilkes 14-0 on points generated by turnovers.

Records: Alexander Central 3-1; W. Wilkes 1-4.

Reported by Jonathan Watts, Alexander Central SID

 

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