FRIDAY’S HS GIRLS BASKETBALL SUMMARIES: Maiden nips Mustangs, now shares second place with North Lincoln

Published Saturday, February 9th, 2019

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FRIDAY’S HIGH SCHOOL

GIRLS BASKETBALL SUMMARIES

 

SOUTH FORK 2A

 

MAIDEN 56, EAST LINCOLN 51

E. Lincoln       16     13     14       8—51

Maiden            21     14      8      13—56

EAST LINCOLN 51—Brianna Tadlock 22, Taryn Robinette 10, Rhoney 9, Ross 5, Cox 2, Thomas 2, Delgado 2.

MAIDEN 56—Lainee Hentschel 16, Grace Arrowood 11, Maggie Andrews 10, Boheimer 8, Mingus 5, Sigmon 2, Glover 2, Collins 2.

Notes: East Lincoln’s individual scoring totals 52 points … Maiden matched its season-high in scoring (Foard 59, Maiden 56 on Dec. 28 at Dick’s Sporting Goods Classic) … The Blue Devils have won three of their last four games to pull into a tie with North Lincoln for second place in the conference … East Lincoln lost for the third time in four games and is 2-5 in its last seven games … East Lincoln beat Maiden 53-36 at East Lincoln on Jan. 11 … The Blue Devils are 5-3 at home this season.

Records: E. Lincoln 6-16, 5-7 South Fork 2A; Maiden 8-14, 6-5.

Reported by: Jason Otley, E. Lincoln head coach.

NEWTON-CONOVER 68, NORTH LINCOLN 27

N. Lincoln       5      11        7      4—27

N-C                  20     24     19      5—68

NORTH LINCOLN 27—Seagle 8, Reid 5, Klein 4, Wadkovsky 4, Burroughs 3, Abrose 3.

NEWTON-CONOVER 68—Chyna Cornwell 30, Tamiya Artis 10, Peters 8, Walton 6, Schenck 4, Fox 4, Poteet 3, Loftin 2, Woods 1.

Notes: Cornwell had 15 rebounds for the Red Devils … Newton-Conover extends its win streak to 17 games since a home loss to Hickory on Dec. 7 … North Lincoln has lost back-to-back games and shares second place with Maiden in the conference race … The Red Devils’ 18 wins are their most since going 20-9 in 2015-16 … Newton-Conover has already wrapped up the league title and state No. 1 playoff bid … Red Devils head coach Sylvia White, in her third tenure, has now won a conference title in three of her nine seasons… Newton-Conover has won at least 12 games in 17 consecutive years and will make a postseason appearance for the 17th year in a row … The Red Devils beat the Knights 60-34 on Jan. 11 in Newton.

Records: N. Lincoln 13-7, 7-5, South Fork 2A; Newton-Conover 18-4, 12-0.

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

BANDYS 74, WEST LINCOLN 31

W. Lincoln      12      11     3      5—31

Bandys              17     17   15     15—74

WEST LINCOLN 31—Chapman 5, Baucom 3, Wyant 3, Kinsley Gilmore 12, Willis 4, Elmore 4, Bieberich.

BANDYS 74—Emma Dutka 12, Macy Rummage 16, De La Canal 8, Paul 6, Mirman 2, McLean 4, Logan Dutka 19, Wagner 2, Little 3, Wilson 2, Culliver.

Notes: Bandys snaps a three-game losing streak and extends West Lincoln’s losing streak to 14 games … Emma Dutka hit four 3-pointers for Bandys … The Trojans are 22-21 under head coach Nicki Sigmon, in her second season … Bandys’ 74 points is a season high … West Lincoln is 1-9 on the road this season … Bandys has won 33 straight games against the Rebels, improving its record against them since 1970-71 to 86-6.

Records: W. Lincoln 4-18, 1-11 South Fork 2A; Bandys 12-7, 6-6.

Reported by: Benny Lytton, Bandys SID.

NORTHWESTERN 3A-4A

McDOWELL 46, SOUTH CALDWELL 18

McDowell        11     5     13     17—46

S. Caldwell        0     7      7       4—18

McDOWELL 56—Williams 7, Wood 2, MaKenna Parkins 16, Rice 3, Makaylah Chandler 10, Cooper 2, Carson 4, Boyce 2, Stephenson.

SOUTH CALDWELL 18—Miller 4, Austin 6, Pittman 4, Jackson 2, Cotter 1, Wynn 1, Propst, Bonds.

Notes: McDowell shares second place in the league with Watauga … The Titans have won two straight games and four of their last five … South Caldwell has lost three straight games and five of its last six … The Titans beat the Spartans 40-27 in Marion on Jan. 15 … The Spartans’ 18 points are a season low and they have scored 30 or fewer points in eight games this season.

Records: McDowell 15-7, 9-3 Northwestern 3A-4A; S. Caldwell 6-14, 4-8.

Reported by: Karen Isbell, S. Caldwell coach staff.

FREEDOM 63, ALEXANDER CENTRAL 34

Alex Central     4      16        5       9—34

Freedom           23     22     10       8—63

ALEXANDER CENTRAL 34—Glenn 4, Hagy 7, Fairchild 4, Hammer 9, Harrington 4, Fortner 6, Kidd.

FREEDOM 63—Davenport 7, Cisneros 3, Madison Bailey 21, Blaikley Crooks 13, Short 9, Tate 2, McGee 3, Garrison 1, Moore 4, Johnson, Watkins.

Notes: Freedom has clinched the league title and No. 1 state 3A playoff bid … The Patriots have won 13 straight games … Alexander Central has lost back-to-back games and 13 of its last 14 games… The Cougars, 6-40 in their last 46 games, have lost 20 games in back-to-back seasons for the first time they did that in a five-year run starting in 2001-2002… Freedom outscored Alexander Central 39-6 off turnovers … The Cougars had 38 turnovers and the Patriots had 11 … Alexander Central won the boards 38-29, led by eight by Nikki Hagy and seven by Gracie Harrington while Sierra Davenport’s eight led Freedom … Freedom made 12 of 16 free throws with Crooks hitting six of eight and the Cougars shot only four free throws … The Patriots hit nine 3-pointers with Bailey going 5-for-12 … Freedom has 27 steals, led by six by Crooks and five by Bailey.

Records: Alexander Central 2-20, 1-11 Northwestern 3A-4A; Freedom 21-1, 12-0.

Reported by: Jonathan Watts, Alexander Central SID; Amber Reddick, Freedom head coach.

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