HIGH SCHOOL GIRLS VARSITY BASKETBALL (game summaries): E. Lincoln nips N. Lincoln

Published Wednesday, January 8th, 2020

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TUESDAY’S HIGH SCHOOL

GIRLS BASKETBALL SUMMARIES

 

SOUTH FORK 2A

BANDYS 47, LINCOLNTON 30

Bandys           15     8     15     9—47

Lincolnton      5     7      8    10—30

BANDYS 47—Drummond 1, Macy Rummage 20, Clements, Laci Paul 10, Laney 5, Huggins 2, Dutka 9, Little, McIntosh.

LINCOLNTON 30—Tweed, Wellman 5, Sand-Odom 6, D. Ross 4, M. Ross 2, Morris 6, Rhyne 7.

Notes: Bandys has won six of its last seven games … The Trojans are 5-1 on the road this season … The Wolves’ only win this season is over Highland Tech … Lincolnton, 8-35 against Bandys since 1970-71, had beaten the Trojans four times in the last five meetings at Lincolnton … A win on Friday at East Lincoln would give Bandys at least 10 wins in 45 of the last 49 years.

Records: Bandys 9-3, 2-1 South Fork 2A; Lincolnton 1-10, 0-3.

— Reported by Benny Lytton, Bandys SID

MAIDEN 55, LAKE NORMAN CHARTER 41

LN Charter     6    11      4      20—41

Maiden             9    17   15       14—55

LAKE NORMAN CHARTER 41 – Jillian Villanti 16, Jade Taylor 10, Kilpatrick 7, McCall 3, Donaldson 2, Genece 2, Peplinski 1, Rollins, Miller, Augler.

MAIDEN 55 – Cree Bass 15, Maggie Andrews 10, Arrowood 9, Sigmon 6, Glover 6, Keener 2, Rice 2, Hentschel 2, Bohemier 2, Mingus 1, Shank.

Notes: Maiden has won two straight games and three of its last four after starting 1-7 … The Blue Devils are 2-4 at home this season … Lake Norman Charter has lost three straight games and four of its last five … The Knights are 3-3 on the road this season.

Records: Lake Norman Charter 4-8, 0-3 South Fork 2A; Maiden 4-8, 2-1.

— Reported by Frank Snider, Maiden head coach

EAST LINCOLN 52, NORTH LINCOLN 48

E. Lincoln      7    19    14    12—52

N. Lincoln     6    10    18    14—48

EAST LINCOLN 52—Brianna Tadlock 30, Cox 8, Rhoney 5, Overbay 4, Delgado 2, Thomas 2, T. Robinette 1.

NORTH LINCOLN 48—Ashlyn White 10, Seagle 9, Reid 8, Wadkovsky 8, Gaddy 5, Ambrose 4, Klein 4.

Notes: Tadlock also had five steals, four assists, two blocks and three rebounds and Katie Cox added nine rebounds, three steals, two assists and one block for the Mustangs … East Lincoln has won three straight games and seven of its last eight … Mustangs head coach Jason Otey picks up career win No 75 (75-84 in his seventh season) … North Lincoln had a three-game win streak snapped and its only other loss is by nine points to East Gaston … The Knights are 3-1 at home this season.

Records: E. Lincoln 7-4, 3-0 South Fork 2A; N. Lincoln 9-2, 2-1.

— Reported by Jason Otey, E. Lincoln head coach

NORTHWESTERN 3A-4A

ALEXANDER CENTRAL 55, ST. STEPHENS 42

St. Stephens     4     13      7     18—42

Alex Central    14      9    18     14—55

ST. STEPHENS 42—Ryleigh Rhodes 16, Sumpter 3, Pilkenton 3, Turner 8, McGlamery 4, Ramseyer 3, Moulton, Tomlinson 5, O’Mara.

ALEXANDER CENTRAL 55—Gracie Harrington 13, Jenkins 7, Hammer 3, Stikeleather, Teagan Pennell 12, Fairchild, R. Pennell, Sydney Hayes 14, Glenn 1, Hagy 5.

Notes: The Cougars shot 29.8 percent and the Indians shot 28.3 … Rhodes had 11 rebounds for the Indians and Lanie Hammer led the Cougars with 10, eight off the defensive boards… Alexander Central went 4 for 21 from 3-point range … St. Stephens had 29 turnovers that the Cougars turned into 19 points … Hammer and Hayes each had six assists for Alexander Central and Madeleine Jenkins blocked six shots and added four steals… The Cougars shot 33 free throws, making 17, and Hayes made seven of her 11 attempts … Rhodes was 7 of 10 at the free-throw line for St. Stephens, which had 19 attempts … The Indians have lost nine straight games … The Cougars have won four straight games and seven of their last eight… Alexander Central went 2-23 last season and 6-43 over the previous two.

Records: St. Stephens 2-13, 0-3 Northwestern 3A-4A; Alexander Central 10-4, 2-0.

— Reported by Jonathan Watts, Alexander Central SID

HICKORY 41, SOUTH CALDWELL 38

Hickory          11        9      13    8—41

S. Caldwell     10     8      12    8—38

HICKORY 41—Soublet 8, James 4, Short 8, Lefevers 9, Shelby Darden 12, Wood, Rumbaugh, Long, Morin.

SOUTH CALDWELL 38—Propst 3, Olivia Miller 12, Anderson 2, Austin 6, Huggins 5, Faith Curtis 10, Heavener.

Notes: Hickory has won six of its last seven and South Caldwell has lost three straight games and four of its last five … The Red Tornadoes have now won at least 10 games every year since winning only three in 1980-81.

Records: Hickory 10-3, 2-1 Northwestern 3A-4A; S. Caldwell 7-4, 0-2.

— Reported by Karen Isbell, S. Caldwell coaching staff

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