HIGH SCHOOL GIRLS VARSITY BASKETBALL: Friday’s game summaries

Published Saturday, January 4th, 2020

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FRIDAY’S HIGH SCHOOL VARSITY

GIRLS BASKETBALL SUMMARIES

 

SOUTH FORK 2A

NEWTON-CONOVER 67, BANDYS 50

N-C                 19    15     17    16—67

Bandys           6     17     12    15—50

NEWTON-CONOVER 67—Cassidy Geddes 10, Walton, Powell, Peters 5, Grace Loftin 14, Duncan 2, Fox 5, Chyna Cornwell 31.

BANDYS 50—Macy Rummage 15, Clements 4, Laci Paul 12, Laney 7, McIntosh 3, Huggins 2, Dutka 5, Little 2, Drummond, Reynolds.

Notes: Cornwell had 13 rebounds for the Red Devils, who won their 10th straight in the series… Newton-Conover head coach Sylvia White, in her third tenure as Red Devils’ boss, picked up her 179th career victory … The Red Devils went on a 19-2 run after the Trojans’ pulled within 40-33 in the third quarter … Bandys leads the series (since 1970-71) at 73-51.

Records: Newton-Conover 9-2, 2-0 South Fork 2A; Bandys 8-3, 1-1.

MAIDEN 49, WEST LINCOLN 30

Maiden               16    13     12     8—49

W. Lincoln          7      9        5    9—30

MAIDEN 49–Maggie Andrews 11, Hentschel 9, Sigmon 8, Glover 8, Arrowood 4, Bass 4, Mingus 3, Bohemier 2, Keever, Shank, Rice.

WEST LINCOLN 30–Chloe Norman 10, Alexa Bieberich 10, Richardson 3, Willis 3, Chapman 2, Beddingfield 2, Anna Bieberich, Jenkins, Watson.

Notes: West Lincoln has lost three straight games, four of the last five … Maiden is 1-2 on the road this season.

Records: Maiden 3-8, 1-1 South Fork 2A; W. Lincoln 3-9, 0-2.

EAST LINCOLN 61, LINCOLNTON 25

E. Lincoln        18    15    11    17—61

Lincolnton         1      9      4   11—25

EAST LINCOLN 61—Taliyah Thomas 14, Katie Cox 13, Campo 6, Rhoney 5, Tadlock 4, Hall 4, T. Robinette 4, Overbay 3, Delgado 2, Ross 2, Jacques 2, Middleswarth 2.

LINCOLNTON 25—Odum 8, Morris 8, Hough 4, Rhyne 3, D. Ross 1, M. Ross 1.

Notes: Cox also had 10 rebounds, six steals and two assists for East Lincoln … Thomas provided three steals for the Mustangs … East Lincoln has won three straight games and six of its last seven … Mustangs head coach Jason Otey is a win away from 75 in his sevenths season and faces North Lincoln on the road on Tuesday night … Lincolnton has scored fewer than 29 points in nine of its 10 games this season.

Records: E. Lincoln 6-4, 2-0 South Fork 2A; Lincolnton 1-9, 0-2.

— Reported by Jason Otey, E. Lincoln head coach

NORTHWESTERN 3A-4A

ALEXANDER CENTRAL 49, WATAUGA 46

Watauga           15      9    14     8—46

Alex Central     17   12     13     7—49

WATAUGA 46—R. Farthing 9, Chelsi Hodges 16, Byrd 5, Sturgill 3, Lipford 6, C. Farthing 3, Scheffler 4, Coffey, Williamson, Ward.

ALEXANDER CENTRAL 49—Harrington 4, Jenkins 5, Hammer 6, Stikeleather 4, Hayes 8, Teagan Pennell 16, Hagy 6.

Notes: The Cougars outscored the Pioneers 12-0 on fast breaks and their bench had 22 points to Watauga’s seven … Pennell made four of seven 3-pointers for Alexander Central … Watauga it 14 of 21 free throws, including six of eight by Hodges and five of eight by Brooke Byrd, and the Cougars made four of eight … Hodges had a game-high 10 rebounds for Watauga and Nikki Hagy’s six led Alexander Central … Byrd had five assists for the Pioneers … Lanie Hammer and Sydney Hayes each had four steals for the Cougars … Alexander Central shot 40 percent to Watauga’s 26.9.

Records: Watauga 7-4, 1-1 Northwestern 3A-4A; Alexander Central 9-4, 1-0.

— Reported by Jonathan Watts, Alexander Central SID

FREEDOM 63, HICKORY 46

Freedom      12    14     14    23—63

Hickory           8     6     16    16—46

FREEDOM 63—Blaikley Crooks 19, Christena Rhone 14, Josie Hise 11, Adair Garrison 11, Glass 6, Hemphill 2, Tate.

HICKORY 46—Aysha Short 17, Shelby Darden 10, Soublet 8, LeFevers 6, James 3, Wood 2, Rumbaugh, Moran.

Notes: Freedom girls have won 24 straight conference games … The Patriots are 42-2 in their last 44 games and have won 85 of their last 94… Patriots head coach Amber Reddick has 389 career wins in her 16th season.

Records: Freedom 12-0, 2-0 Northwestern 3A-4A; Hickory 9-3, 1-1.

— Reported by Amber Reddick, Freedom head coach

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