WEDNESDAY’S HS GIRLS’ BASKETBALL SUMMARIES: N-C runs win streak over Bandys to 7 in a row

Published Thursday, January 3rd, 2019

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WEDNESDAY’S HIGH  SCHOOL

BASKETBALL SUMMARIES

 

GIRLS

 

SOUTH FORK 2A

NEWTON-CONOVER 68, BANDYS 33

Bandys                 8      9     11      5—33

N-C                       15    18    19    16—68

BANDYS 33—Macy Rummage 12, Little 6, E. Dutka 5, McLean 4, Mirman 2, Culliver 2, Wilson 2, L. Dutka, Paul.

NEWTON-CONOVER 68— Chyna Cornwell 24, Aaliah Walton 15, Jahlea Peters 11, Loftin 7, Artis 5, Sandel 4, Woods 2.

Notes: Newton-Conover has won seven straight games since a home loss on Dec. 7 to Hickory … Bandys is 2-2 on the road this season … The Red Devils stretched their win streak in the series to seven games in a row after the Trojans had won nine straight … Bandys has not won at Newton-Conover since 2014-15… The Trojans lead the series since 1970-71 by 73-48… In that same time span, Bandys won the first 26 meetings.

Records: Bandys 6-3, 0-2 South Fork 2A; Newton-Conover 8-4, 2-0 South Fork 2A.

Reported by: Sylvia White, Newton-Conover head coach, and Benny Lytton, Bandys SID.

LINCOLNTON 60, EAST LINCOLN 51

Lincolnton                 20    10     10     20—60

E. Lincoln                     8    20      3      20—51

LINCOLNTON 60—Ashlyn Rhyne 19, Emily Shain 13, Josylyn Killian 13, Bryant 7, Tweed 4, Ross 4.

EAST LINCOLN 51—Brianna Tadlock 18, Kelsi Campo 12, Sara Rhoney 10, Cox 6, A. Robinette 3, Thomas 2.

Notes: East Lincoln has lost six straight games and fell to 1-5 at home this season… The Wolves’ 60 points are a season-high.

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

Reported by: Jason Otey, East Lincoln head coach.

NORTH LINCOLN 45, LAKE NORMAN CHARTER 42

LN Charter                   9    15    7     11—42

N. Lincoln                  13    10    6     16—45

LAKE NORMAN CHARTER 42—Jill Villanti 15, Kristy Seifert 14, Sorvillo 9, Pierce 2, Augiar 2.

NORTH LINCOLN 45—Dylan Ambrose 15, Rachel Seagle 11, White 8, Burroughs 7, Wadlovsky 2, Gaddy 2.

Notes: North Lincoln has won three straight games and is 5-1 at home this season … Lake Norman Charter has lost four of its last five games and is 1-3 on the road this season.

Records: Lake Norman Charter 3-5, 0-2 South Fork 2A; N. Lincoln 6-2, 1-1 South Fork 2A.

Reported by: Mark Lackey, North Lincoln head coach.

MAIDEN 44, WEST LINCOLN 38

W. Lincoln          8    10    11    9—38

Maiden              12     11    14     7—44

WEST LINCOLN 38—Chapman 8, Odom 8, Gilmore 7, Beiberich 1, Willis 2, Baucom 2, Wyant 6, Elmore 4.

MAIDEN 44—Shank 2, Rice 4, Arrowood 7, Andrews 4, Lainee Hentschell 15, Boheimer 2, Marley Mingus 10.

Notes: Maiden snapped a four-game losing streak and won at home for the first time this season (1-3) … West Lincoln is 3-3 over its last six games and 2-3 on the road this season.

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

Reported by: Lance Watson, West Lincoln head coach.

NORTHWESTERN 3A-4A

FREEDOM 78, ST. STEPHENS 18

St. Stephens                 1      5     10     2—18

Freedom                     25    23    16    14—78

ST. STEPHENS 18—Elizabeth Sumpter 14, McHenry 2, Kaylee McGlamery 1, Tomlinson 1, Abbott, Katelyn McGlamery, Pilkenton, Ramseyer, Rhodes, Scott, Stafford, Winkler.

FREEDOM 78—Madison Bailey 20, Stevee McGee 15, Blaikley Crooks 13, Adair Garrison 10, Rhone 8, Short 4, Tate 4, Davenport 2, Johnson 2, Cisneros, Moore, Watkins.

Notes: Freedom is 5-1 at home this season and needs one more win to reach 10 or more for the 35th consecutive season … St. Stephens, coming off a victory over Maiden, has not won back-to-back games since the first two games of the season … The Indians’ points were a season low and they are 1-4 on the road this season.

Records: St. Stephens 3-8, 0-2 Northwestern 3A-4A; Freedom 9-1, 1-0 Northwestern 3A-4A.

Reported by: Amber Reddick, Freedom head coach.

WEST CALDWELL 44, ALEXANDER CENTRAL 39

W. Caldwell                  8    4     15     17—44

Alex Central                 7    6     12      14—39

WEST CALDWELL 44—Ariel McMasters 4, Eboni Johnson 14, Jaleah Battle 16, Mathes 2, Crisp 4, Ruff 2, Eldreth 2, Alyssa McMasters.

ALEXANDER CENTRAL 39—Sydney Sharpe 10, Glenn 4, Hagy 8, Hammer 2, Stikeleather 2, Gracie Harrington 13, Black, Fairchild, Kidd.

Notes: West Caldwell has won four of its last five games and is 2-1 on the road this season … Alexander Central has lost three straight games and is 0-5 at home this season…. The Cougars are 5-30 in their last 35 games.

Records: W. Caldwell 4-4, 2-0 Northwestern 3A-4A; Alexander Central 1-10, 0-1 Northwestern 3A-4A.

Reported by: Jonathan Watts, Alexander Central SID.

WATAUGA 33, SOUTH CALDWELL 22

Watauga          8     13     8     4—33

S. Caldwell     2       7      3    10—22

WATAUGA 33—Brooke Byrd 14, Haas 6, Sturgill 2, Farthing 8, Ward 1, Bolick 2, Williamson, Lubsch, Warren, Hodges.

SOUTH CALDWELL 22—Taylor Austin 17, Huggins 2, Pittman 2, Wynn 1, Propst, Miller, Jackson, Cotter, Everhart,

Records: Wataua 5-4, 1-0 Northwestern 3A-4A; S. Caldwell 0-1, 2-6.

Reported by: Karen Isbell, South Caldwell coaching staff.

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