TUESDAY’S HS GIRLS BASKETBALL SUMMARIES: With game to go, Bunker Hill in second in Northwestern Foothills 2A

Published Wednesday, February 13th, 2019

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TUESDAY’S HIGH SCHOOL

GIRLS BASKETBALL SUMMARIES

 

NORTHWESTERN FOOTHILLS 2A

 

BUNKER HILL 63, HIBRITEN 34

Hibriten           11      7         7      9—34

Bunker Hill   14     23      14     12—63

HIBRITEN 34—Walker 6, Patterson 5, Moore 5, Lee 4, Fox 4, Warren 3, Simmons 3, Munz 2, Shiflett 2.

BUNKER HILL 63—Addie Wray 23, Crystany White 14, Maddie Stotts 14, Hamlett 6, Stoker 3, Linebarger 2, Miller 1, Bryant, Martins.

Notes: Bunker Hill has won four straight games and six of its last seven … Hibriten has lost back-to-back games after winning two straight … The Bears are one game up on third-place Patton … Bunker Hill last won 17 or more games in a season in 2008-2009, going 24-6 … A second-place finish would give the Bears three of those in 11 years; they last won a conference title in 2002-03 … Bunker Hill beat Hibriten 49-30 on the road on Jan. 18.

Records: Hibriten 5-17, 2-10 Northwestern Foothills 2A; Bunker Hill 17-6, 8-3.

Reported by: Randy Joines, Bunker Hill head coach.

SOUTH FORK 2A

East Lincoln High’s Brianna Tadlock cleared 1,000 career points on Tuesday night as the Mustangs beat West Lincoln in a South Fork 2A game at East Lincoln./EAST LINCOLN HIGH PHOTO

EAST LINCOLN 43, WEST LINCOLN 21

W. Lincoln     4       4     6      7—21

E. Lincoln       8    16    10     9—43

WEST LINCOLN 21—Baucom 4, Gilmore 4, Beddingfield 4, K. Willis 3, M. Chapman 2, A. Beiberich 2, C. Elmore 2.

EAST LINCOLN 43—Brianna Tadlock 21, Taryn Robinette 10, Delgado 4, Jacques 2, Ross 2, Jacques 2, Cox 2.

Notes: Tadlock cleared 1,000 career points and finished with 10 rebounds, four steals and four assists for East Lincoln … West Lincoln’s losing streak extends to 15 games as it scores fewer than 25 points for the fifth time this season … East Lincoln is 67-78 under sixth-year head coach Jason Otey … The Mustangs beat the Rebels 46-19 at West Lincoln on Jan. 18… The Rebels are 7-40 since last season… The Mustangs will have a losing record for the fourth time in eight years (they were 49-27 in the previous three seasons).

Records: W. Lincoln 4-19, 1-12 South Fork 2A; E. Lincoln 7-16, 6-7.

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

BANDYS 44, LAKE NORMAN CHARTER 39

Bandys           4    13    11    16—44

LN Charter    5     8    18     8—39

BANDYS 44—Logan Dutka 12, E. Dutka 8, Paul 8, Rummage 7, McLean 7, Culliver 2.

LAKE NORMAN CHARTER 39—Sorvillo 20, Siefert 11, Thomas 2, Peplinski 2, Augier 2, Vilanti 2.

Notes: Bandys has won two straight games, beating Lake Norman Charter for the first time (1-3), and shares second place with Maiden, North Lincoln and Lincolnton … Lake Norman Charter has lost five of its last six games … The Trojans are 6-4 on the road this season … Lake Norman Charter won at Bandys 39-33 on Jan. 18 … Bandys won 10 games last season and is battling for its 12th straight playoff bid and 19th in 21 seasons.

Records: Bandys 13-7, 7-6 South Fork 2A; Lake Norman Charter 8-12, 4-9.

Reported by: Nicki Sigmon, Bandys head coach.

Newton-Conover High’s Chyna Cornwell battles three Maiden defenders on Tuesday night for some of her 44 points in a 72-60 victory at Maiden, the Red Devils’ 18th straight. Newton-Conover has won the South Fork 2A regular-season title./MICHELE THOMPSON PHOTO

NEWTON-CONOVER 72, MAIDEN 60

N-C              23     15    15     19—72

Maiden      10     16    14   20—60

NEWTON-CONOVER 72— Chyna Cornwell 44, Grace Loftin 11, Peters 9, Walton 4, Artis 4, Fox, Wood, Sandel.

MAIDEN 60—Gracie Arrowood 25, Lainee Hentschel 12, Bohemier 6, Glover 6, Andrews 5, Sigmon 2, Mingus 2, Rice 2, Collins, Shank, Pettit.

Notes: Cornwell had 27 rebounds for the Red Devils …Newton-Conover has won 18 straight games and can reach 20 wins for the first time since 2015-2016 by beating East Lincoln on Friday in Newton … Maiden fell to 6-4 at home with the loss … Newton-Conover has already won the league title and top state 2A playoff bid … Maiden is tied for second place with Bandys, North Lincoln and Lincolnton … The Red Devils beat the Blue Devils 81-37 in Newton on Jan. 18.

Records: Newton-Conover 19-4, 13-0 South Fork 2A; Maiden 8-15, 7-6.

Reported by: Frank Snider, Maiden head coach; Sylvia White, Newton-Conover head coach.

 

LINCOLNTON 52, NORTH LINCOLN 38

Lincolnton      12     13     10     17—52

N. Lincoln       10     11     10       7—38

LINCOLNTON 52—Emily Shain 23, Diamond Ross 12, Rhyne 7, Duncan 4, Killian 2, Blacburn 2, Tweed 2.

NORTH LINCOLN 38—Ashlyn White 12, Ambrose 7, Reid 7, Wadkovsky 4, Burroughs 3, Seagle 3, Gaddy 1, McLean 1.

Notes: Lincolnton has won four of its last five games and shares second place with Bandys, North Lincoln and Maiden … North Lincoln has lost three straight games after having a four-game win streak snapped… North Lincoln won 48-40 at Lincolnton on Jan. 18… Wolves head coach Jimmy Carr has 159 career wins in his 12th season.

Records: Lincolnton 10-10, 7-6 South Fork 2A; N. Lincoln 13-8, 7-6.

Reported by: Mark Lackey, N. Lincoln head coach.

NORTHWESTERN 3A-4A

SOUTH CALDWELL 34, ST. STEPHENS 29

St. Stephens        4     7      5      13—29

S. Caldwell         10    5     11       8—34

ST. STEPHENS 29—McHenry 7, Ryleigh Rhodes 11, Kaylee McGlamery 3, Stafford 6, Tomlinson 2, Abbott, Winkler, Katlyn McGlamery, Sumpter.

SOUTH CALDWELL 34—Propst 3, Miller 4, Taylor Austin 12, Pittman 7, Jackson 2, Wynn 6, Cotter, Everhart.

Notes: St. Stephens has scored 30 or fewer points in eight games this season … South Caldwell snapped a three-game losing streak and improved to 3-8 at home this season … The Indians’ string of consecutive winning seasons will end at three … South Caldwell head coach Jeff Parham has 366 career wins in 21 seasons … South Caldwell has two other wins this season over the Indians – 35-28 in the Dick’s Sporting Goods Classic and 43-31 in Hickory on Jan. 18.

Records: St. Stephens 5-17, 2-11 Northwestern 3A-4A; S. Caldwell 7-14, 5-8.

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

FREEDOM 51, WATAUGA 40

Freedom      14    16        5       16—51

Watauga       12      5     12       10—40

FREEDOM 51—Blaikley Crooks 20, Adair Garrison 10, Short 3, McGee 2, Rhone 7, Bailey 5, Davenport 4, Cisneros, Moore.

WATAUGA 40—Rebbekah Farthing 10, Byrd 9, Haas 6, Sturgill 2, Ward 2, Lipford 3, Hodges 8, Bolick.

Notes: Freedom wins the conference title and had already clinched the league’s No. 1 state 3A playoff bid … The Patriots’ win streak is at 14 games … Watauga has lost back-to-back games after a five-game win streak and shares second place with McDowell … Freedom is 327-91 under head coach Amber Reddick (15th season) … Watauga has won 55 games under head coach Laura Berry (third season) … The Patriots have reached 22 wins for the fifth straight season and they have won 20 or more in each of the last 11 years… Freedom has won or shared four straight league championships and won or shared 19 titles since 1984-85.

Records: Freedom 22-1, 13-0 Northwestern 3A-4A; Watauga 14-8, 9-3.

Reported by: Amber Reddick, Freedom head coach.

HICKORY 61, ALEXANDER CENTRAL 48

Hickory              14     20    17     10—61

Alex Central        9       7    18     14—48

HICKORY 61—Paradine 2, Mikayla Hill 10, Shelby Darden 14, Kayla Soublet 12, Knox 8, James 4, Byrd 2, Lafevers 9, Rumbaugh, Knowles, Long, Huggins, Morin.

ALEXANDER CENTRAL 48—Glenn 5, Hagy 6, Lanie Hammer 11, Harrington 7, Teagan Pennell 13, Fairchild 2, Fortner 4, Kidd.

Notes: Hickory has won four straight games and is 4-4 on the road this season… Alexander Central has lost three straight games and 14 of its last 15 … The Cougars’ 48 points ties their second-most this season; they scored a season-high 57 in a loss to West Caldwell … Hickory head coach Barbara Helms picked up her 429th career win and she has 391 at Hickory … Darden led the Red Tornadoes with 12 rebounds and Hill added eight while Gracie Harrington led the Cougars with seven … Hickory had 26 turnovers and Alexander Central had 36 with HHS outscoring the Cougars 31-10 on those miscues … The Red Tornadoes outscored Alexander Central 36-16 in the paint … Hickory had 21 steals, led by Iness Knox’s seven, while Hammer had five for Alexander Central … Pennell hit four 3-pointers and Hammer three for the Cougars … Darden went 4-for-4 on free throws and Harrington was 5-for-6 for Alexander Central … Hickory beat the Cougars 54-12 in the Dick’s Sporting Goods Classic and 71-26 at Hickory on Jan. 18.

Records: Hickory 14-6, 9-4 Northwestern 3A-4A; Alexander Central 2-21, 1-12.

Reported by: Jonathan Watts, Alexander Central SID.

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