FRIDAY’S HS GIRLS BASKETBALL SUMMARIES: Bandys needs double OT to get past West Lincoln

Published Sunday, January 13th, 2019

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FRIDAY’S HIGH SCHOOL

GIRLS BASKETBALL SUMMARIES

 

SOUTH FORK 2A

BANDYS 60, WEST LINCOLN 53, 2 OTs

Bandys                                12     4     8     11     13    12—60

W. Lincoln                          2     8    16      9     13      5—53

BANDYS 60—Macy Rummage 16, Laci Paul 13, Mirman 9, McLean 3, Wilson 2, Logan Dutka 10, Andrews 2, Little 5, De La Canal.

WEST LINCOLN 53—Chapman 9, Baucom 5, Bieberich 9, Mattie Wyant 11, Kinsley Gilmore 11, Willis 5, Elmore 3, Beddingfield.

Notes: Bandys has won three straight games and five of its last six … The Trojans are 3-2 on the road this season and their 60 points are a season high … West Lincoln has lost six straight after a three-game win streak … The Rebels are 2-2 at home this season.

Records: Bandys 9-3, 3-2 South Fork 2A; W. Lincoln 4-10, 1-4.

Reported by: Benny Lytton, Bandys SID, and Lance Watson, West Lincoln head coach.

NEWTON-CONOVER 60, NORTH LINCOLN 34

N-C                              15     18      17       10—60

N. Lincoln                11      11        4         8—34

NEWTON-CONOVER 60—Chyna Cornwell 28, Tamiya Artis 10, Peters 9, Walton 7, Loftin 4, Woods 2.

NORTH LINCOLN 34—Rachel Seagle 10, Burroughs 6, Wood 5, White 4, Reid 4, Wadkoysky 3, Ambrose 1, Gaddy 1.

Notes: Cornwell added 21 rebounds and seven blocks for the Red Devils … Newton-Conover leads the South Fork 2A and has won 10 straight games since starting the season 1-4… The Red Devils are 3-2 on the road … North Lincoln is 6-2 on at home this season.

Records: Newton-Conover 11-4, 5-0 South Fork 2A; N. Lincoln 8-4, 2-3.

Reported by: Mark Lackey, North Lincoln head coach; Sylvia White, Newton-Conover head coach.

EAST LINCOLN 54, MAIDEN 36

Maiden                   8      6      17       4—36

E. Lincoln            10    13     20     11—54

MAIDEN 36—Grace Arrowood 16, Glover 5, Sigmon 5, Hentschel 5, Bohemier 2, Andrews 3.

EAST LINCOLN 54—Brianna Tadlock 18, Sara Rhoney 12, Raven Ross 10, A. Robinette 6, Campo 2, Cox 2, T. Robinette 2, Delgado 2.

Notes: Tadlock added five rebounds, three steals, one assist and one bloack and Rhoney had two assists and one steal for East Lincoln … The Mustangs snapped a eight-team losing streak … Maiden is 2-5 on the road this season.

Records: Maiden 4-11, 3-2 South Fork 2A; E. Lincoln 3-11, 2-3.

Reported by: Jason Otey, East Lincoln head coach.

NORTHWESTERN 3A-4A

McDOWELL 50, ALEXANDER CENTRAL 40

McDowell                        14     8     14     14—50

Alex Central                     8   16       4      12—40

McDOWELL 50—Makenna Parkins 18, Boyce 7, Dezi Williams 13, Miller 2, Chandler 6, Stephenson 2, Cooper 2, Rice, Carson.

ALEXANDER CENTRAL 40—Sharpe 8, Glenn 1, Nikki Hagy 14, Hammer 5, Black 4, Pennell 4, Kidd 4, Fairchild.

Notes: Parkins had 14 rebounds as McDowell won the boards 44-36 with Hagy grabbing 10 for Alexander Central … The Cougars shot 35.8 percent and the Titans 31.7 … There were no 3-pointers hit in the game (McDowell 0-for-14, Alexander Central 0-for-8) … The Titans went 12 of 17 on free throws, with Williams going 5-for-5, and the Cougars went 2-for-5 … Willams had five of McDowell’s 11 steals … Parkins made nine of 16 field goal attempts for the Titans, and the Cougars’ Hagy hit seven of 12 … McDowell outscored Alexander Central 36-28 in the paint … The Cougars had 20 turnovers and the Titans had 14.

Records: McDowell 9-5, 3-1 Northwestern 3A-4A; Alexander Central 1-13, 0-4.

Reported by: Jonathan Watts, Alexander Central SID.

FREEDOM 57, SOUTH CALDWELL 22

Freedom                15     15   8     19—57

S. Caldwell              8     6   6        2—22

FREEDOM 57—Short 3, Cisneras 2, Rhone 5, Madison Bailey 18, Adair Garrison 11, Blaikley Crocks 14, Davenport 4, Tate, Watkins, McGee, Johnson, Moore.

SOUTH CALDWELL 22—Austin 3, Catherine Huggins 10, Pittman 4, Wynn 2, Everhart 3.

Notes: Freedom has won five straight games and improved to 4-0 on the road this season… The Patriots have held five opponents to 28 or fewer points this season … South Caldwell has lost two straight and three of its last four … The Spartans are winless in five home games so far.

Records: Freedom 13-1, 4-0 Northwestern 3A-4A; S. Caldwell 3-8, 1-3.

Reported by: Karen Isbell, South Caldwell coaching staff; Amber Reddick, Freedom head coach.

WATAUGA 48, ST. STEPHENS 18

Watauga            16    11     12    9—48

St. Stephens       4     4       3     7—18

WATAUGA 48 (incomplete)—Cailey Haas 12, Farthing 9, Sturgill 8, Byrd 6, Hodges 4, Bolick 2, Ward 2, Warren 2, Lipford, Lubsen, Williamson.

ST. STEPHENS 18—McHenry 4, Kay McGlamery 4, Tomlinson 4, Sumpter 4, Katelyn McGlamery 1, Winkler 1, Abbott, Pilkenton, Ramseyer, Rhodes, Scott, Stafford.

Notes: Watauga has won two straight games and five of its last six … The Pioneers are 4-4 on the road this season … St. Stephens tied its season low for points (also 18 against Freedom) and the Indians have scored 28 or fewer points in five games this season.

Records: Watauga 8-5, 3-1 Northwestern 3A-4A; St. Stephens 4-10, 1-4.

Reported by: Jason Fulbright, St. Stephens.

 

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