Westchester, HPCA net boys victories
WESTCHESTER BOYS 67. CAROLINA DAY 39
ASHEVILLE — Justice Cuthbertson poured in 19 points as Westchester Country Day School rolled past Carolina Day School for a 67-39 win on Saturday.
David Ayodele added 16 points for the Wildcats (3-2), who play host to the Guilford Home Educators on Dec. 2.
RABUN GAP, HPCA
HIGH POINT — Joey McLean scored 23 points and recorded five steals as High Point Christian Academy cruised past Rabun Gap for a 101-52 victory on Saturday.
Levi Gesell added 15 points for the Cougars (4-1), while Michael Provenzano tallied 14 points and Luke Gesell had 13. Malik Wright finished with 10 points, while A.J. Phillip had six points, 10 rebounds, seven assists and five steals.
In the girls game, Rabun Gap netted a 67-33 victory. Hailey Riffe led the Cougars (2-1) with 10 points. Sloane McPeak added nine, while Madison Mathis and Sydney Harris had six points each.
HPCA plays host to Ravenscroft on Dec. 3.
TRINITY — Parkand won Saturday’s Wheatmore Duals, while Thomasville placed second in the 10-team field.
Thomasville went 4-1 in the event, defeating West Forsyth 52-21, Wheatmore 43-33, South Davidson 68-12 and Trinity 62-18 before falling to the Mustangs 62-12 in the final.
Two Bulldog wrestlers went 5-0 — Ahsan Butt at 126 and Kyree Colson at 138. Thomasville got 4-1 records from Hiygee Martin at 113, Jason Boutsady at 120 and Brett Hokenson at 145. The Bulldogs’ three-win wrestlers were Evan Makupson at 160, Antoine Bresano at 195 and heavyweight Tyberous Ivory.
Thomasville wrestles at home on Tuesday. East Montgomery, Trinity and Northeast Guilford also will participate.
LANGLEY, COWBOYS ROLL IN OPENER
HIGH POINT — K.J. Langley pumped in 17 points and recorded three steals as Southwest Guilford’s boys opened the regular season with a 76-55 victory over Grimsley late Friday.
Ben Ferguson added 14 points and three rebounds for the Cowboys, who led 21-9 after the first quarter and 53-30 through three periods. Tyliek Brister finished with 13 points, four rebounds and four assists for Southwest, while Kam Langley netted 13 points, four rebounds and two assists.
John Puryear led the Whirlies (1-2) with 18 points.
HPCA GIRLS CRUISE PAST CHARLOTTE COUNTRY DAY
CHARLOTTE — Hailey Riffe scored 17 points as High Point Christian Academy’s girls topped Charlotte Country Day 48-21 on Friday.
Kyndall Vaughn added eight points for the Cougars (2-0), while Sloane McPeak had seven. Senior point guards Sydney Harris (three points) and Madison Mathis (two points) provided solid all-around play for HPCA.
PINSON LEADS WESLEYAN PAST RAVENSCROFT
RALEIGH — Theo Pinson scored 26 points and Donovan Gilmore added 12 as Wesleyan Christian Academy stuffed Ravenscroft 64-48 late Friday.
The Trojans (4-0) play Northside Christian Monday at 7:30 p.m. in Charlotte.
EAST DAVIDSON’S GIRLS TOP WHEATMORE
THOMASVILLE — Bayley Plummer led a balanced attack with 12 points, 10 rebounds and five blocked shots as East Davidson’s girls turned back Wheatmore 66-21 late Friday.
Jennifer Welborn added 11 points for the Golden Eagles and Madi Hallman had 10.
Noelle Butler led the Warriors (0-2) with 14 points. Wheatmore plays at Thomasville on Monday.
JAMESTOWN — Ragsdale posted two victories on Friday night.
The Tigers crushed Providence Grove 67-5 and downed Southern Guilford 51-26.
Ragsdale’s winners against Providence Grove were Trevor Hensley by pin at 126; Anthony Pierzchala by tech fall at 138; Brandon Harris by decision at 145; Zack Kendrick by tech fall at 152; Aaron Reeves by pin at 160; Devon Jacques by pin at 170; Bryce Walker by pin at 182; Trevon McIntyre by pin at 195; Joshua Harrison by forfeit at 220; Kelvin Johnson by pin at 285; Dylan Cook by pin at 106; and Ernest Roberts by pin at 120.
Ragsdale’s winners vs. Southern were Jacob Glasgow by pin at 138; Harris by forfeit at 145; Kendrick by decision at 152; Reeves by forfeit at 170;Walker by pin at 195; Johnson by forfeit at 285; Cook by forfeit at 106; Roberts by forfeit at 120 and Steven Nagy by forfeit at 132.
Southern’s winners were Drake Patrum by pin at 160; Michael Jones by major decision at 182; Josh Causey by pin at 22; Devon Harrison by major decision at 113 and Oliver Davis by injury default at 126.