HIGH SCHOOL VARSITY GIRLS BASKETBALL (game summaries): Freedom reaches 20 wins for 12th straight season

Published Thursday, February 6th, 2020

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HIGH SCHOOL VARSITY GIRLS BASKETBALL SUMMARIES

GAMES OF WEDNESDAY, FEB. 5

NORTHWESTERN 3A-4A

HICKORY 44, SOUTH CALDWELL 40, OT

S. Caldwell     7    13     10   5     5—40
Hickory         10    10      5    1     9—44

SOUTH CALDWELL 40—Propst 6, Miller 5, Austin 2, Huggins 8, Wynn 1, Faith Curtis 18, Anderson, Heavener

HICKORY 44—Soublet 3, Chloe James 10, Wood 2, Rumbaugh 2, Aysha Short 11, Lefevers 4, Shelby Darden 12, Morin

Notes: Hickory’s Barbara Helms picks up 447th career win and 409th as Red Tornadoes head coach … Hickory has won four of its last five games six of its last eight … South Caldwell has lost three straight games and four of its last five.

Records: S. Caldwell 9-10, 1-8 Northwestern 3A-4A; Hickory 15-5, 6-3.

— Reported by Karen Isbell, S. Caldwell coaching staff

GAMES OF TUESDAY, FEB. 4

SOUTH FORK 2A

BANDYS 55, EAST LINCOLN 40

E. Lincoln     9     12       8    11—40

Bandys          10     8    24     13—55

EAST LINCOLN 40—Rhoney 6, Brianna Tadlock 26, Hall, R. Ross 2, Cox 2, Giles-Robinette 2, Delgado 2, Thomas.

BANDYS 55—Rummage 9, Paul 8, Laney 4, Caroline McIntosh 10, Logan Dutka 24, Little.

Notes: Tadlock added four steals, three rebounds, two assists and one blocked shot for East Lincoln … Bandys has won two straight games and six of its last seven … East Lincoln had a three-game win streak snapped … The Mustangs beat the Trojans 52-36 at East Lincoln on Jan 10 … Bandys improved to 48-29 since 1970-71 against the Mustangs, who have now won eight of the last 11 meetings.

Records: E. Lincoln 14-7, 8-3 South Fork 2A; Bandys 15-5, 8-3.

— Reported by Benny Lytton, Bandys SID and Jason Otey, E. Lincoln head coach

NEWTON-CONOVER 82, LAKE NORMAN CHARTER 25

LN Charter     9       6     8       2—25

N-C                   33    24   13    12—82

LAKE NORMAN CHARTER 25—Marissa Sorvilla 12, Villanti 9, Taylor 2, Kilpatrick 2.

NEWTON-CONOVER 82—Chyna Cornwell 30, Cassidy Geddes 17, Peters 9, Walton 6, Fox 6, Duncan 4, Loftin 4, Powell 2, Johnson 2, Hayes.

Notes: Cornwell had 15 rebounds for the Red Devils … Lake Norman Charter’s losing streak was extended to four games .. The Red Devils have won 10 straight games since a loss to Hickory.

Records: Lake Norman Charter 6-14, 2-9 South Fork 2A; Newton-Conover 18-2, 11-0.

— Reported by Sylvia White, Newton-Conover head coach

MAIDEN 49, NORTH LINCOLN 41

N. Lincoln       14    9     9     9—41

Maiden             16    6    10   17—49

NORTH LINCOLN 41— Rachel Seagle 16, White 6, Ambrose 6, Wadkovsky 7, Amean Gaddy 4, Ayanna Gaddy 2, Klein, Hallman, McLean.

MAIDEN 49—Cree Bass 14, Maggie Sigmon 14, Andrews 7, Arrowood 3, Rice 3, Keener 2, Glover 2, Mingus 2, Hentschell 2, Shank, Bohemier.

Notes: North Lincoln has lost two straight games and is 3-6 in its last nine games … Maiden has won three straight games and four of its last five … Blue Devils head coach Frank Snider, who has also coached Maiden’s boys during his career, has 228 wins at MHS.

Records: N. Lincoln 12-7, 5-6 South Fork 2A; Maiden 10-11, 7-4.

NORTHWESTERN 3A-4A

McDOWELL 68, ALEXANDER CENTRAL 65, OT

McDowell       15       9    21   15   8—68

Alex Central     5     21    15   19   5—65

McDOWELL 68—Makenna Parkins 31, Naliyah Boyce 19, Torres 2, Rice 2, Madi Smith 10, Wood 4, Bragg.

ALEXANDER CENTRAL 65—Gracie Harrington 17, Jenkins 5, Nikki Hagy 10, Lanie Hammer 10, Hayes 8, Stikeleather 6, T. Pennell 9.

Notes: The Cougars fell to 2-5 in their last seven games … McDowell had lost three of its previous four games … The Titans won the boards 53-37, led by 20 by Parkins (16 defensive), 13 by Smith and 10 by Boyce … Hagy led Alexander Central’s rebounding with 11 … Parkins was 12-of-24 shooting and Boyce hit eight of her 16 attempts … Parkins hit four 3-pointers for McDowell … Eighty of the points were scored in the paint (McDowell 44, Alexander Central 36) … McDowell shot 40.9 percent to the Cougars’ 37.3.

Records: McDowell 10-10, 5-5 Northwestern 3A-4A; Alexander Central 12-9, 4-5.

— Reported by Jonathan Watts, Alexander Central SID

FREEDOM 64, SOUTH CALDWELL 49

Freedom      15    14    19    15—64

S. Caldwell    8    19    10    12—49

FREEDOM 64—Josie Hise 23, Blaikley Crooks 13, Danisha Hemphill 12, Adair Garrison 10, Glass 2, Rhone 4, Tate, Walker, O’Neil, McGee.

SOUTH CALDWELL 49—Faith Curtis 17, Huggins 9, Propst 6, Miller 6, Anderson 3, Austin 4, Wynn 4.

Notes: Freedom has won 20 or more games in 12 consecutive seasons and in 13 of head coach Amber Reddick’s 16 seasons.

Records: Freedom 20-0, 9-0 Northwestern 3A-4A; S. Caldwell 9-10, 1-8.

— Reported by Amber Reddick, Freedom head coach and Karen Isbell, S. Caldwell coaching staff

GAMES OF MONDAY, FEB. 3

NORTHWESTERN 3A-4A

ALEXANDER CENTRAL 66, ST. STEPHENS 44

Alex Central       17     22    16     11–66

St. Stephens         7     15       9    13—44

ALEXANDER CENTRAL 66—Gracie Harrington 10, Jenkins 9, Nikki Hagy 14, Hammer 5, Hayes 8, R. Pennell 2, Fortner 2, Stikeleather 5, Teagan Pennell 10, Glenn 1, Fairchild.

ST. STEPHENS 44—Rhodes 3, Sumpter 3, Pilkenton 8, Turner 7, McGlamery 8, Ramseyer 6, Tomlinson 9, Moulton, Watts, O’Mara.

Notes: Alexander Central won for the second time in six games … St. Stephens’ losing streak grew to 15 games … The Cougars shot 46.9 percent and the Indians shot 22.6 … Hagy had nine rebounds and Madeleine Jenkins had eight for Alexander Central while Kaylee McGlamery had a game-high 10 for the Indians … Jenkins, Sydney Hayes and Teagan Pennell each hit two 3-pointers for the Cougars … Alexander Central went 15 of 24 on free throws with Hagy going 4-for-4 and St. Stephens made 16 of 23 with Joselin Turner going 5-for-5 … Alexander Central had a 28-12 scoring edge in the paint… Lanie Hammer had five of the Cougars’ 21 assists and Jenkins blocked eight shots.

Records: Alexander Central 12-8, 4-4 Northwestern 3A-4A; St. Stepehns 2-19, 0-9.

— Reported by Jonathan Watts, Alexander Central SID

GAMES OF FRIDAY, JAN. 31

SOUTH FORK 2A

CORNWELL

NEWTON-CONOVER 74, WEST LINCOLN 34

W. Lincoln        7    12      6     9—34

N-C                     23   19   22    10—74

WEST LINCOLN 34—Chloe Norman 12, Chapman 7, Anna 7, Alexa 4, Richardson 2,  Beddingfield 2.

NEWTON-CONOVER 74—Chyna Cornwell 35, Cassidy Geddes 10,  Fox 8, Loftin 8, Walton 6, Duncan 4, Powell 3.

Notes: Cornwell grabbed 16 rebounds for the Red Devils … West Lincoln’s losing streak reached six straight games… Newton-Conover’s winning streak reached nine games.

Records: W. Lincoln 4-16, 1-9 South Fork 2A; Newton-Conover 17-2, 10-0.

— Reported by Sylvia White, Newton-Conover head coach

BANDYS 49, LINCOLNTON 17

Lincolnton     5     3     2      7—17

Bandys            16  11     11   11—49

LINCOLNTON 17—Sand-Odom 8, D. Ross 3, M. Ross 3, Rhyne 3, Blackburn, Morris.

BANDYS 49—Toni Laney 17, Bailey Reynolds 10, Rummage 8, Paul 8, Dutka 3, Little 2, Drummond 1, Clements, McIntosh, Huggins.

Notes: Bandys has won two straight games and four of its last five against the Wolves, improving to 36-8 against them since 1970-71 … Lincolnton has won only twice at Bandys since 1970-71 (in 1998-99, 2017-18).

Records: Lincolnton 2-16, 1-9 South Fork 2A; Bandys 14-5, 7-3.

— Reported by Nicki Sigmon, Bandys head coach and Benny Lytton, Bandys SID

EAST LINCOLN 60, NORTH LINCOLN 52

N. Lincoln            21      9       8     14—52

E. Lincoln            21      15   14      10—60

NORTH LINCOLN 52—Aly Wadkovsky 24, White 8, Am. Gaddy 5, Ambrose 5, Seagle 4, Klein 4, A. Gaddy 2.

EAST LINCOLN 60—Brianna Tadlock 29, Thomas 9, Rhoney 8, Ross 7, T. Robinette 4, Hall 3.

Notes: Tadlock added four steals and four assists for East Lincoln … The Mustangs ran their win streak to three games … The Knights had won two straight and three of four coming.

Records: N. Lincoln 12-6, 5-5 South Fork 2A; E. Lincoln 14-6, 8-2.

— Reported by Jason Otey, E. Lincoln head coach

MAIDEN 60, LAKE NORMAN CHARTER 41

Maiden         14   14    11     21—60

LN Charter 13   10     10     8—41

MAIDEN 60— Lainee Hentschel 14, Maggie Andrews 10, Glover 9, Bass 8, Keener 7, Sigmon 4, Shank 3, Rice 2, Mingus 2, Bohemier 1.

LAKE NORMAN CHARTER 41—Juiilian Villianti 16, Marissa Sorvillo 15, Rollins 4, McCall 3, Miller 3, Augier, Thompson, Peplinski.

Notes: Maiden’s win streak reached two games … Lake Norman Charter lost for the third straight game.

Records: Maiden 9-11, 6-4 South Fork 2A; Lake Norman Charter 6-13, 2-8.

— Reported by Michael Porter, Lake Norman Charter head coach

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