Ozment’s buzzer-beater lifts Wheatmore boys
WINSTON-SALEM — Jason Ozment sank an eight-foot fallaway bank shot at the buzzer to lift Wheatmore’s boys to a 56-55 PAC-6 2A win at Carver on Friday night.
Wheatmore’s girls started the sweep with a 68-14 triumph.
Marshall Lange paced the Warrior boys (15-2, 4-0) with 14 points. Ozment finished with 11, while Anthony Harris and Garrett Rains had 10 apiece.
Taylor Walker led the Warrior girls (6-11, 2-2) with 24 points, while Casey Hawkins added 11 and Allie Grubb had eight. Walker and Kaitlin Stevenson led the team with five steals apiece. Taylor also had 6 assists. Sera Craver led the team in rebounds with six.
Wheatmore plays host to Atkins today. The girls game tips at 3:30 p.m. with the boys to follow at around 5.
TRINITY – Jordan Parker scored 19 points to spark Trinity’s girls to a 49-28 PAC-6 2A win over Randleman on Friday night.
David Newcomer’s 16 points helped Trinity’s boys complete the sweep with a 44-42 victory.
Angelica Conroy added eight points for the Bulldog girls (4-1 in conference) and Sage Earnhardt had seven.
Brandon Earnhardt chipped in nine points for the Bulldog boys (14-3, 3-2) while Jarrod Rogers had eight.
Trinity plays host to T.W. Andrews on Tuesday.
HPCA, FORSYTH COUNTRY DAY
LEWISVILLE – Diante Baldwin led a balanced attack with 14 points as High Point Christian Academy rolled past Forsyth Country Day School for an 86-51 win on Friday night.
Brayden Masten added 13 points for the Cougars (18-5), while Malik Wright had 10 and Alvah Phillip and Isiah Gill had nine each.
HPCA’s varsity boys play tonight in Salem, Virginia against Fleming High School in the Roy Stanley Memorial Shootout.
In Friday’s junior varsity boys game, HPCA defeated FCD 74-67. Cole Scarborough led the Cougars (10-5) with 15 points, while Casey Penland finished with 14, Bryce Gilmore 12, Luke Gesell 11 and Ridge Boykin 10. HPCA’s JV boys play host to Calvary on Tuesday at 4 p.m.
The HPCA middle school boys A team worked overtime for a 52-46 win over FCD. The game was tied 36-36 at the end of regulation. Chantz Sawyers led the Cougars (15-4) with 18 points and Austin Henley added 10.
HPCA plays host to Greensboro Day School in the PACIS tournament semifinals on Thursday at 7:30 p.m.
WINSTON-SALEM PREP, BISHOP MCGUINNESS
KERNERSVILLE – Julia Brown scored 15 of her game-high 20 points in the first half to lead Bishop McGuinness’ girls to a 61-48 win over Winston-Salem Prep on Friday night.
Brown was 6-8 from the free throw line for the Villain girls (12-6, 9-2 Northwest 1A/2A Conference). Winston-Salem Prep fell to 11-7, 5-6.
Olivia DeFrancesco and Cameron Nieters added eight points each for Bishop.
EAST DAVIDSON 59, WEST DAVIDSON 18
TYRO – East Davidson defeated West Davidson 59-18 late Thursday.
Winning for East by pin were Chris Coble, Guiliano Postek, Gage Love, Josh Elliott, Jose Navarro, Chase Robison, Logan Ware, Deven Hadsock and David Causey. The Golden Eagles’ Bryce Bolen won by tech fall. East is 2-2 in conference and will host Salisbury on Wednesday.
In the JV matches, East’s Brad Templeton, Matt Fanary, Lance Thomas and Dillion Brady won by pin.
GUILFORD COUNTY CHAMPIONSHIPS
WINSTON-SALEM — Paisley Simmons of T.W. Andrews captured the girls 55 dash in 7.26 and won the 300 run in 42.27 to highlight area finishers in the Guilford County Championship indoor track meet that ended late Thursday night at JDL Fast Track.
Hunter Roberts of Southwest Guilford took the girls 55 hurdles in 8.25.
Raven Hamilton of Southern Guilford won the girls 500 in 1:23.27. The Storm girls took the 4x400 relay in 4:22.79.
For the boys, Southwest’s Jamahl Plunkett won the 55 dash in 6.58, while Ragsdale’s Winston Craig won the shot put with a throw of 45 feet, 7 inches.
Southeast’s girls won the team title with 85 points, followed by Southern at 59, Southwest at 56, HP Central at 52, Northern at 42, Dudley at 32, Wstern at 32, Smith at 27, Northwest at 27, Greensboro Day at 20, Andrews at 20, Page at 15, Northeast at 6 and Ragsdale at 4.
In the boys team standings, Southeast prevailed at 79, followed by Ragsdale at 76, Northeast at 73, Western at 67, Northwest at 54, Southern at 38, Northern at 37, Southwest at 26, Page at 23, HP Central at 18, Andrews at 18, GDS at 16 and Smith at 12.