East’s girls, Wheatmore’s boys net wins

Dec. 04, 2012 @ 10:35 PM

BASKETBALL

EAST DAVIDSON, WHEATMORE

TRINITY – Bailey Plummer tallied 23 points and Madison Hallman added 21 as East Davidson’s girls topped Wheatmore 69-44 on Tuesday night to give Golden Eagles coach Don Corry his 500th career win in varsity basketball.
In the boys game, Jordan Fulp collected 19 points as Wheatmore’s boys stayed unbeaten with a 57-46 triumph.
Lori Morgan chipped in 14 points for the Golden Eagle girls (3-0).
Taylor Walker led all scorers with 31 points to lead the Warrior girls (2-4). Kylie Welborn added seven for Wheatmore.
For the Warrior boys (6-0), Marshall Lange tallied 17 points, while Jason Ozment scored nine and Madison Fountain and Anthony Harris scored six apiece.
Taylor Booze led the Golden Eagle boys with 19 points. Andy Chaney added seven.
Wheatmore visits Southwestern Randolph on Friday night, while East plays host to Southern Guilford today and home to Trinity on Friday.

WEST DAVIDSON, LEDFORD
WALLBURG – Emmalee Thomas scored 21 points and grabbed three rebounds as Ledford’s girls stormed past West Davidson for a 74-21 victory on Tuesday night.
Brie Grier added 13 points, six steals and four rebounds for the Panther girls, while Samantha Miller had 12 points and five boards. Courtney Callicutt finished with nine points and four rebounds for Ledford, which led 21-2 after the first quarter.
Callie Herman led the Green Dragon girls with seven points.
The Ledford jayvee girls downed West 55-29 on Tuesday night. Ashlyn Noah led the Panthers (3-1) with 12 points, while Megan Hayworth and Tally Gross had 10 each. Sandra Anne Kernodle had 5 steals for Ledford, while Ashlyn Mann had 5 rebounds. Ledford’s jayvee plays host to Central Davidson today at 4:30 p.m.

WESTCHESTER, CALVARY BAPTIST
WINSTON-SALEM – Calvary Baptist’s boys overcame 29 points by Sadeeq Bello to net a 72-61 victory over Weschester Country Day School on Tuesday night.
In the girls game, Calvary Baptist netted a 43-25 victory.
Josh Burton and David Ayodale added eight points each for the Wildcat boys (2-5).
Meghan Ingram led the Wildcat girls with nine points, while Kayla Darr had eight.
Westchester plays at Caldwell on Friday.
The WCDS boys jayvee team fell 49-43 to Calvary Baptist on Tuesday. Tyrese Hearst led the Wildcats (4-3) with 16 points, while La’eke Abebe added 11. Westchester plays at Caldwell on Friday at 4 p.m.

BURLINGTON CHRISTIAN, WESLEYAN
HIGH POINT – Anna Massey led a balanced attack with 16 points as Wesleyan Christian Academy’s girls downed Burlington Christian Academy 54-23 on Tuesday night.
Holland Robinson added 14 points for the Trojan girls (4-3), while Jessica Willard had 10.

T.W. ANDREWS, LEXINGTON
LEXINGTON – Imani Watkins pumped in 14 points as the T.W. Andrews girls stayed undefeated with a 57-35 win over Lexington on Tuesday night.
Cynthia Davis added 10 points for the Red Raider girls (4-0), while October Campbell had nine.
Andrews plays host to Southwest Guilford on Friday.

RAVENSCROFT, HPCA
HIGH POINT – Jackson Kent poured in 17 points and dished seven assists as the High Point Christian Academy boys rolled past Ravenscroft for a 91-45 win on Tuesday night.
In the girls game, Ravenscroft prevailed 57-44.
Diante Baldwin added 15 points, seven assists and seven rebounds for the Cougars (4-1), while Isiah Gill had 16 points and Brayden Masten tallied 11. HPCA shot 17 of 30 from 3-point range.
Chris Corchiani led Ravenscroft with 12 points.
Alexa Crouch led the Cougar girls (1-2) with 23 points, while Hailey Riffe added 17 and Tyrah Henderson grabbed seven rebounds.
HPCA plays host to Charlotte Country Day on Friday.
In HPCA boys middle school action on Tuesday, the Cougars downed Wesleyan 51-30. Chantz Sawyers led the Cougars (4-1) with 10 points and seven rebounds, while Hunter Curlee added eight points and eight boards and Chris Alley had seven points and six rebounds. HPCA’s middle school boys play at Greensboro Day School on Thursday at 6:30 p.m.

BISHOP MCGUINNESS, SURRY CENTRAL
DOBSON – Julia Brown scored 13 of her game-high 18 in the first half and Tessa Johnston came off of the bench to score 10 of her 12 in the opening stanza to power Bishop McGuinness to a 62-38 Northwest 1A/2A Conference opening win at Surry Central on Tuesday.
Brown also had 12 rebounds for the Villains (1-1, 1-0). Cameron Nieters finished with nine points for Bishop’s girls, while Olivia DeFrancesco had eight.
Cassidy Joyner led Surry Central (4-2, 0-1) with 11 points.
Bishop’s girls play host to Southwest Guilford on Thursday at 7:30 p.m.
Kevin Weckworth, meanwhile, scored 16 points and dished seven assists to help Bishop McGuinness’ boys open Northwest 1A/2A Conference play with a 49-43 win.
Isaiah Matteen contributed 14 points and four steals for the Villains (3-0, 1-0), while Nick Efird tallied 10 points and Tucker Crews blocked four shots.
Colby Chilton led Surry Central (4-2, 0-1) with 17 points.

GLENN, MOUNT TABOR
WINSTON-SALEM – Mount Tabor’s girls topped Glenn 64-30 in varsity action Tuesday.
Johnaisha Watson led the Bobcats (1-3) with seven points and 10 rebounds.
Celeste Burgess paced Mount Tabor (3-0) with 15 points.

HP CENTRAL, S. GUILFORD
SUMNER – Shamar McColl scored 12 points to help Southern Guilford edge High Point Central 47-44 in boys action on Tuesday night.
The Storm girls started the sweep with a 75-20 win.
Felix Whitsett added 10 points for the Storm boys (1-3). Jalen Seegars and Stevon Davis chipped in nine points each for Southern, which led 22-18 at halftime over the Bison boys (2-3).
Kierra Currie led the Bison girls with seven points. Qualisha Blakely added five.
Southern visits East Davidson today, then plays host to Southeast Guilford on Friday.
Central visits Asheboro on Friday.

SW GUILFORD, WESTERN GUILFORD
GREENSBORO – Terrell Leach struck for 33 points, seven rebounds and four assists as Southwest Guilford’s boys improved to 2-0 on the season with a 94-71 romp past Western Guilford on Tuesday night.
K.J. Langley added 13 points, eight assists and four rebounds for the Cowboys, while Tyliek Brister netted 13 points, six boards and two assists. Ben Ferguson had eight points for the Cowboys, while D.J. Chamblee had six points, three boards and three assists.
Quinton Milner led Western with 23 points.

NEW HOPE CHRISTIAN, WESLEYAN
HIGH POINT – Harry Giles tallied 16 points and Theo Pinson added 14 as Wesleyan Christian Academy’s boys stayed unbeaten on the year with a 75-60 win over New Hope Christian on Tuesday night.
Donovan Gilmore notched eight points and Harrison White scored seven for the Trojans (6-0), who play at North Raleigh Christian on Friday.