WEDNESDAY’S HS BOYS BASKETBALL SUMMARIES: Mustangs win as Bean sets new mark with 9 3-pointers

Published Thursday, January 3rd, 2019

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WEDNESDAY’S HIGH SCHOOL

BASKETBALL SUMMARIES

 

BOYS

 

SOUTH FORK 2A

EAST LINCOLN 89, LINCOLNTON 57

Lincolnton                        10    22      14      11–57

E. Lincoln                         20    22     25      22—89

LINCOLNTON 57—Grooms 6, Kris Robinson 30, Derr 9, Gash 2, Davis 4, Motz 2, Queen 4.

EAST LINCOLN 89—Sidney Dollar 24, Myles Adams 10, John Bean 27, Justin Kuthan 14, Horne 6, Zirkle, Staples, Nichols 2, Jones 4, Craig 2.

Notes: Bean hits a single-game school record nine 3-pointers and Dollar had 10 rebounds for East Lincoln …The previous 3-pointers in a game record was seven, shared by Sage Surratt (2015-16) and Adrian Forney (2007-08) …The Mustangs have scored 80 or more points in five games this season and they are 5-1 at home this season … Lincolnton started the season 0-5 and has lost all three of its road games this season … East Lincoln has now won at least 10 games in 15 consecutive seasons.

Records: Lincolnton 2-7, 0-2 South Fork 2A; E. Lincoln 10-1, 2-0 South Fork 2A.

Reported by: Chip Ashley, East Lincoln coaching staff.

BANDYS 57, NEWTON-CONOVER 54

Bandys                       15    14     13    15—57

N-C                              10    21       2    21—54

BANDYS 57—C. Clanton 9, H. Clanton 4, Charlie Stybroski 19, Ledford 9, Z. Wright 6, Maddox 2, Hojnacki 8, Reed, Paul, Harrill.

NEWTON-CONOVER 54—Davis 2, Covington 8, Johnson 8, Kennedy 1, Matthew Martinez 21, Jaheim McCathern 14, Chapman, Haynes.

Notes: Lake Hojancki had six of his eight points in the game’s final two minutes … Bandys played without starter Davis Clanton, listed as on IR … Newton-Conover has lost three straight after having a four-game win streak and having a 7-2 record … The Red Devils are 3-2 at home this season … Bandys has won back-to-back games after losing three straight … The Trojans are 3-1 on the road this season … Bandys has won four straight in the series and six of the last seven meetings.

Records: Bandys 6-3, 1-1 South Fork 2A; Newton-Conover 7-5, 1-1 South Fork 2A.

Reported by: Benny Lytton, Bandys SID.

NORTHWESTERN 3A-4A

FREEDOM 81, ST. STEPHENS 53

St. Stephens                  11    15     11    16—53

Freedom                        16    27    18    20—81

ST. STEPHENS 53—Joshadrian Ikard 19, Axavier Byrd 16, Rose 5, Walker 5, Woy 4, J.I. Ikard 2, Daaboul 2.

FREEDOM 81—James Freeman 13, Fletcher Abee 20, Jakari Dula 16, Aidan Pearson 10, Birchfield 4, Logan 2, Moore 5, Tolbert 3, Hemphill 2, Davis 2, Johnson 4.

Notes: Freedom is a win away from winning at least 10 games in 14 straight seasons … The Patriots have scored more than 80 points in five games … The Indians lost for the fourth time in five games.

Records: St. Stephens 5-6, 1-1 Northwestern 3A-4A; Freedom 9-0, 1-0 Northwestern 3A-4A.

Reported by: Rob Scott, Freedom coaching staff.

ALEXANDER CENTRAL 53, WEST CALDWELL 47

W. Caldwell                   4    10     15      18—47

Alex Central                16      9      11      17—53

WEST CALDWELL 47—Marley 3, Anthony Ibell 11, Javon Elleby 23, Baker 7, Chandler 1, Harper 2, Ford, Triplett, Gurnsey, Turnmire.

ALEXANDER CENTRAL 53—Elder 7, Jem Lowrance 20, Stikeleather 3, Benfield 2, Walker 3, Presnell 9, Kerley 5, Strickland 4, Wooten, Hager.

Notes: Lowrance hit seven of 12 field goals and five of his sixth free throws for Alexander Central … Elleby made nine of 16 shots overall and Ibell converted 11 of 18 free throws for West Caldwell … The Cougars shot 39 percent and the Warriors shot 31.6 percent … Lowrance had a game-high seven rebounds for Alexander Central … The Cougars hit 18 of 30 free throws, led by Lowrance making five of six while the Warriors hit 21 of 32 … Alexander Central outscored West Caldwell 17-7 on points off turnovers and 16-5 on second-chance points … Alexander Central is 7-1 in its last eight games … West Caldwell is still chasing the first coaching win for Billy Anderson as his alma mater.

Records: W. Caldwell 0-8, 0-2 Northwestern 3A-4A; Alexander Cenral 8-3, 1-0 Northwestern 3A-4A.

Reported by: Jonathan Watts, Alexander Central SID.

OTHERS

R-S CENTRAL 59, EAST BURKE 60

E. Burke                   8     14    18     10—50

R-S Central            15    11    16       17—59

EAST BURKE 50—Trey Ward 11, Morrison 8, Shuford 7, Coble 6, Chrisco 5, Teague 5, Brittain 4, Lor 2, Childers 2.

R-S CENTRAL 59—Ty Watkins 20, Elijah Carson 19, Jacob Knox 13, Miller 5, Cuthbertson 2.

Notes: East Burke has lost nine straight games … The Cavs were 2-10 last season after 12 games and finished 2-23.

Records: E. Burke 1-11; R-S Central 9-4.

Reported by: Jerome Ramsey, East Burke head coach.

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