HIGH SCHOOL GIRLS BASKETBALL: Tuesday’s summaries

Published Wednesday, December 8th, 2021

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HIGH SCHOOL GIRLS BASKETBALL SUMMARIES

 

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GAMES OF TUESDAY, DEC. 7

ALEXANDER CENTRAL 58,

NEWTON-CONOVER 35

Alex Central   18    18   19    3—58

N-C                       8  13    10    4—35

ALEXANDER CENTRAL 58—Madeleine Jenkins 11, Pennell 6, Julianna Walter 15, Stikeleather 7, Hayes 8, Jarrett 7, Herman 4.

NEWTON-CONOVER 35—L. Sain 6, Fox 8, Cassidy Gedes 14, Watkins 2, Swagger 5, S. Sain.

Notes: Cougars snap Red Devils win streak in regular season games at 31 (after a holiday tourney loss to Hickory, the Red Devils won last 13 in regular season in 2019-2020, all 14 regular season games a year ago and the first four of this season) … Alexander Central shot 37.7 percent, including 26.5 in the second half, and the Red Devils shot 24.5 percent … The Cougars had 47 rebounds, led by 12 by Chesney Stikeleather, nine by Sydney Hayes and eight by Jenkins … The Cougar were 9-for-27 from 3 point range with Jenkins and Walter each converting three …Alexander Central’s biggest lead was 26 points in the final minute of the third quarter… Walter had nine of the Cougars’ 20 assists.. Jenkins added four blocks and four steals for Alexander Central… Geddys went 5-of-17 from the floor for the Red Devils, 3-of-11 from 3-point range… Emma Fox had 12 rebounds and Geddes had 10 for Newton-Conover.

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

Reported by Jonathan Watts, Alexander Central SID, and Sylvia White, Newton-Conover head coach

WATAUGA 43, A.C. REYNOLDS 36

Watauga                  13    9    11    10—43

A.C. Reynolds         9     7      7    13—36

WATAUGA 43—Sears 9, Myers 8, Sturgill 8, Torgerson 7, Kiker 6, Farthing 3, Coffey 2.

A.C. REYNOLDS 36—Barnes 9, Harvey 7, Janus 6, Greene 5, Sprinkle 4, Holley 3, Stewart 2.

Notes: Laurel Kiker had six rebounds to lead Watauga and Caroline Farthing had nine deflections on defense… Pioneers improved to 72-44 in their sixth season under head coach Laura Berry.

Records: Watauga 5-0; A.C. Reynolds 3-1.

Reported by Bill Torgerson, Watauga staff

WEST LINCOLN 55, NORTH LINCOLN 47

W. Lincoln      11    19    12    13—55

N. Lincoln       10     7     12   18—47

WEST LINCOLN 55—Chloe Norman 18, Farrah Richardson 8, Rae Watson 11, Bieberich 9, Beddingfield 8, Owenby 1.

NORTH LINCOLN 47—Angely 2, Gaddy 5, Dymes 8, Frantz 14, Klein 4, Reid 12, Hailey 2.

Notes: The Rebels inch head coach Lance Watson closer to his 200th career win with No. 193… Watson’s totals includes coaching girls and boys at Fred T. Foard.

Records: W. Lincoln 2-4; N. Lincoln 0-5.

Reported by Lance Watson, W. Lincoln head coach

SOUTH CALDWELL 61, BANDYS 27

S. Caldwell        17    16    14    14—61

Bandys                 6     13     2     6—27

SOUTH CALDWELL 61—Olivia Miller 19, Anderson 8, Jackson 6, Cline 2, Lillie Bumgarner 15, Wynn 4, Heavener 7, Edwards, Phillips, Austin, Smith.

BANDYS 27—Caroline Mcintosh 10, Rummage 9, Stewart 2, Spake 1, L. Dutka 5, K. Dutka, Cabrera, Rembert, Andrews, Carpenter.

Notes: Spartans head coach Jeff Parham’s unofficial career win total climbs to 390 in his 24th season at his alma mater.. South Caldwell and Bandys meet for the sixth time and first time since 2004-2005… The Spartans lead the series 5-1… All five of the previous games were in holiday tournaments at East Lincoln.

Records: S. Caldwell 4-0; Bandys 3-3.

Reported by Nikki Brittain, Bandys head coach, and Karen Isbell, S. Caldwell staff

FREEDOM 58, DRAUGHN 38

Freedom     16     21    12       9—58

Draughn       5        9      7    17—38

FREEDOM 58—Zakiah King 14, Stevee McGee 13, Christena Rhone 10, Walker 8, Demiter 4, Sta. McGee 5, Gladden 2, Caldwell 2, Ollis, Turner, Whisnant.

DRAUGHN 38—Aubrey Snyder 17, Kincaid 2, Winkler 3, Bryant 4, J. Abernathy 6, E. Abernathy 6, Powell, Cozort.

Notes: The Patriots will go for head coach Amber Reddick’s 380th career win in their next game on Wednesday night at Hickory… The head coaches on Wednesday will have a combined (unofficial) win total of 844 as HHS’ Barbara Helms has (unofficially) 465 wins.

Records: Freedom 4-0; Draughn 3-2.

Reported by Amber Reddick, Freedom head coach

EAST LINCOLN 70, NORTH GASTON 31

N. Gaston    9       5    7    10—31

E. Lincoln   29   25   9     7—70

NORTH GASTON 31—Bailey Perry 11, Bare 9, Walls 6, Porter 2, Brown 2, Thomasson 1.

EAST LINCOLN 70–Kelsey Campo 15, Ginny Overbay 14, Hege 8, Ross 6, Maggs 4, Self 4, Bissinger 4, Martin 3.

Notes: Overbay added seven rebounds and five steals and Campo also had five assists and three steals for the Mustangs.

Records: N. Gaston 3-3; E. Lincoln 3-1.

Reported by Jason Otey, E. Lincoln head coach

GAMES OF SATURDAY, DEC. 4

AVERY COUNTY 43, WEST LINCOLN 41

Avery County      8    7     15    13—43

W. Lincoln            6    6    12    19—41

AVERY COUNTY 43—Khloe  Burleson 13, Cassidy Lee 8, McClarin 8, Wise 4, Addie 8, Barnett 2.

WEST LINCOLN 41—Norman 16, Farrah Richardson 11, Watson 5, Bieberich 2, Beddingfield 5, Jenkins 2.

Records: W. Lincoln 1-4.

Reported by Lance Watson, W. Lincoln head coach

GAMES OF FRIDAY, DEC. 4

SOUTH CALDWELL 58, PIEDMONT CHARTER 44

Piedmont Charter     7      4     24      9—44

S. Caldwell                  14   14      14    16—58

PIEDMONT CHARTER 44—Kaylee Nolen 16, Grace East 14, Moore 2, Brown 4, Williams 3, French 4, Austin 1, East.

SOUTH CALDWELL 58—Olivia Miller 22, Anderson 6, Jackson 2, Phillips 8, Katlyn Wynn 12, Heavener 8, Cline, Austin.

Records: S. Caldwell 3-0.

Reported by Karen Isbell, S. Caldwell staff

 WEST LINCOLN 59, CHERRYVILLE 17

W. Lincoln     26    16    11    6—59

Cherryville        3    4      5     5—17

WEST LINCOLN 59—Chloe Norman 10, Farrah Richardson 10,Rae Watson, Bieberich 10, Beddingfield 2, Jenkins 2, Wallace 2, Varner 7.

CHERRYVILLE 17—Bess 2, Gabby 7, Davis 3, McDowell 3, Hovis 2.

Records: W. Lincoln 1-3.

Reported by Lance Watson, W. Lincoln head coach

EAST LINCOLN 62, LINCOLNTON 29

Lincolnton     2     11     9     7—29

E. Lincoln     18   10   21    13—62

LINCOLNTON 29—Alexis Hough 11, Odum 9, Thomas 3, S. Rhyne 2, Holland 2, E. Rhyne 2.

EAST LINCOLN 62—Madison Self 20, Taliyah Thomas 13, Overbay 8, R. Ross 6, Martin 3, D. Ross 3, Hege 3, Patterson 2, Bissinger 2, McFadden 2.

Notes: Self added 11 rebounds, two assists and one steal and Thomas also provided seven steals and one blocked shot.

Records: Lincolnton 2-1; E. Lincoln 2-1.

Reported by Jason Otey, E. Lincoln head coach

FREEDOM 59, PATTON 19

Patton                  6       7     0     6—19

Freedom            21    10    17   11—59

PATTON 19 (incomplete scoring)—Duckworth 5, Pinkerton 4, Wojcik 2, Lail 5, Caraway 1, Teeters, Powell, Cha.

FREEDOM 59—Zakiah King 17, Stevee McGee 12, Demiter 9, Caldwell 5, Ollis 4, Walker 1, Gladden 1, Rhone 7, Sta. McGee 3, Turner, Whisnant.

Records: Patton 0-5; Freedom 3-0.

Reported by Amber Reddick, Freedom head coach

NEWTON-CONOVER 53, HICKORY 47

N-C                  14    14      9     16—53

Hickory         15      6    18       8—47

NEWTON-CONOVER 53—Lizzy Sain 18,  Cassidy Geddes 12, Fox 8, Watkins 6, Swagger 6, Krause 2, Sain 1.

HICKORY 47—Gabby Grennard 13, Joselyn Turner 10, Bryant 9, Boyens 8, Powe 7.

Records: Newton-Conover 4-0; Hickory 0-3.

Reported by Sylvia White, Newton-Conover head coach

WATAUGA 75, MOUNTAIN HERITAGE 67

Mountain Heritage    12    20    9    26—67

Watauga                           9   29    21   16—75

MOUNTAIN HERITAGE 67—Kooles 14, Silvers 12, McGee 11, Deyton 10, Morrow 6, Webb 5, Neill 4, Wilson 4, Morrow 1.

WATAUGA 75—Kate Sears 21, Charlotte Torgerson 16, Caroline Farthing 13, Darner 9, Kiker 8, Sturgill 4, Myers 4.

Records: Mountain Heritage 1-2; Watauga 4-0.

Reported by Bill Torgerson, Watauga staff

ALEXANDER CENTRAL 60, WEST WILKES 27

Alex Central     12    19    14    16—60

W. Wilkes          11      7       5       4–27

ALEXANDER CENTRAL 60—Jenkins 4, Pennell 1, Walter 9, Chesney Stikeleather 25, Hayes 6, Reid 5, Childers 3, Jarrett 2, Herman 5, Jordan, Smith.

WEST WILKES 27—Childress 6, Bell 4, Stanley 3, Nichols 4, Triplett 3, Teague 7, Cook, Madden, Wood, Robinson, Brown.

Notes: Hallie Jarrett had nine rebounds for the Cougars, six on the defensive boards … Juliana Walter had eight of Alexander Central’s 18 assists … West Wilkes shot 20.5 percent and was outscored in the paint 34-6, and the Cougars won 23-7 on points off turnovers … West Wilkes tried 24 shots from 3-point ranging, making only four.. Alexander Central forced 21 turnovers and made nine.. Madeleine Jenkins blocked four shots for the Cougars… Stikeleather was 12 of 17 on field goals.

Records: Alexander Central 4-0; W. Wilkes 2-3.

Reported by Jonathan Watts, Alexander Central SID.

BANDYS 50, NORTH LINCOLN 31

Bandys         10 20    13    7—50

N. Lincoln    6    3    11    11—31

BANDYS 50—Logan Dutka 14, Macy Rummage 10, Jada Spake 10, K. Dutka 6, Andrews 4, McIntosh 2, Rembert 2, Stewart 2.

NORTH LINCOLN 31—Frantz 10, Trexler 9, Reid 4, Soto 2, Gaddy 2, Klein 2, Hagler 2.

Notes: Bandys beats the Knights for the sixth straight time and bumps its series lead to 17-6 … The Trojans had an 11-game win streak over North Lincoln until the Knights won four in a row before Bandys began its current win streak in the series.

Records: Bandys 3-2; N. Lincoln 0-4.

Reported by Nikki Brittain, Bandys head coach



 

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