Westchester falls against Davidson Day
Despite strong scoring by Justice Cuthbertson, the Westchester Country Day boys fell 68-52 against host Davidson Day on Thursday.
Cuthbertson finished with 29 points for the Wildcats (4-3), who trailed 29-23 at halftime, while Caymen Bennett added 14.
Westchester plays again Friday at West Forsyth.
RAGSDALE 62, SE GUILFORD 43
GREENSBORO — James Stepp scored 24 points and helped propel Ragsdale to a 62-43 victory over Southeast Guilford on Thursday night.
With the score tied at 15 starting the third quarter, Ragsdale (3-1) took control by outscoring the host Falcons 25-11 to lead 40-26 going into the fourth quarter.
Daniel Kanakanui added 12 points for the Tigers while Malcom Burke had 11.
Bobby Hampton scored 13 for Southeast (0-3).
WHEATMORE 59, CENTRAL DAVIDSON 50
LEXINGTON — Wheatmore used a more aggressive offense and better rebounding to break open a close game and defeat host Central Davidson 59-50 in nonconference play on Thursday.
Central led by four at the half and one after three quarters before Wheatmore (4-2) took control with an 18-8 run. Marshall Lange scored 18 to pace the Warriors while Braden Hardin added 41 and Madison Fountain had 12.
WHEATMORE 51, CENTRAL DAVIDSON 26
LEXINGTON — Wheatmore cruised to a 51-26 nonconference win over Central Davidson on Thursday.
Kylie Welborn scored 16, Davey Albertson 13 and Noelle Butler 11 for the Warriors, who improved to 3-3 and go to West Davidson on Tuesday.
WRESTLING — Glenn split in a pair of dual matches Thursday, losing to Wheatmore 36-28 and topping Wesleyan 41-26.
Wrestlers who went 2-0 for the Bobcats were C.J. Davis (heavyweight), Austin Tucker (160), Leon Mendez (145), Travis Allen (126) and Austin Irizzary (120).
Glenn (4-5) returns to action in the Ledford Duals on Saturday.
WESTCHESTER COUNTRY DAY
Westchester Country Day finished with mixed results in a multi-team meet on Thursday,
In boys action, Westchester topped American Hebrew 70-61, lost to Caldwell 105-54, topped Salem Baptists 77-35 and lost to Summit 121-49.
In girls action, the Wildcats defeated American Hebrew 118-30, lost to Caldwell 132-73, fell to Salem Academy 103-97, topped Salem Baptist 114-16 and lost to Summit 113-81.
SOUTHWEST GUILFORD 71, ANDREWS 61
HIGH POINT — Southwest Guilford broke open a close game in the third quarter and stopped T. Wingate Andrews 71-61 on Wednesday night.
Leading by two at the half, the Cowboys sprinted to a 10-point lead early in the third quarter and went up by as many as 14 on the way to their sixth straight win over the Red Raiders.
K.J Langley led Southwest with 16 points and D.J. Chamblee added 15. Marquez Welch scored 21 to top Andrews as Chris Eatmon added 11,
TRINITY 42, LEDFORD 34
WALLBURG — Hunter Osborne scored 12 points to help lead Trinity past host Ledford 42-34 on Wednesday night.
Jarrod Rogers, Daniel Newcomer and Zach Brann each scored eight points for the Bulldogs. Brann also had eight rebounds while Alex McGavic added 13 rebounds.
W. FORSYTH 57, GLENN 52
CLEMMONS — West Forsyth squeezed out a 57-52 nonconference win over Glenn on Wednesday night.
West enjoyed a nine-point lead after the first quarter. But, Glenn cut the margin to four at the half and three at the end of the third quarter.
Dequan Clemons scored 12 points and Yiannis Bowden grabbed 12 rebounds for Glenn (2-2).
ANDREWS 47, SW GUILFORD 43
HIGH POINT — T.Wingate Andrews held on for a 47-43 victory over Southwest Guilford on Wednesday night.
The Red Raiders led by seven after the first period and by 12 at the half, after holding the Cowgirls to two points in the second quarter.
Brie Grier led Andrews (2-2) with 14 points, followed by October Campbell with 12 and Shamisha Farabee with 10.
Briana Burgins led Southwest (3-2) with 14. Kennedy Porter had 12 and Jenea Rogers 10.
LEDFORD 47, TRINITY 26
WALLBURG — Courtney Callicutt scored 18 points, grabbed seven rebounds and five steals to help Ledford cruise to a 47-26 victory over visiting Trinity on Wednesday.
Ledford’s defense also came up with 18 steals. Julia Carroll added eight points for the Panthers, who improve to 3-1 and go to rival East Davidson on Friday.
Jordan Parker scored nine points for Trinity. She also topped 1,000 points for her career and was awarded the game ball.
EAST DAVIDSON 55, NORTH DAVIDSON 42
THOMASVILLE — East Davidson rolled past visiting North Davidson 55-42 on Wednesday.
Bayley Plummer scored 24 points and had 11 rebounds to lead the Golden Eagles, who led 34-27 at halftime. Jennifer Welborn added 11 points, while Lori Morgan had 10 points, and Taylor Bell had 10 rebounds.
Lauren Ramsey scored 13 points to lead North Davidson.
Bishop McGuinness swept both portions of a tri-meet with Atkins and East Surry on Wednesday night
Bistop took the boys meet with 180 points. Atkins was second with 80 and East Surry third with 75.
Winners for the Bishop boys were:
200 Medley Relay: Bishop (J. Davidson, Gorham, Strasser, B. Soltis) 1:51.78;
200 Free: G. Davidson, BM, 2:01.76;
200 IM: Gorham, BM, 2:29.93.
50 Free: B. Soltis, BM, 23.98.
100 Fly: Strasser,BM, 55.36.
100 Free: B. Soltis, BM, 54.11.
500 Free: C. Ladka, BM, 6:14.59.
200 Free Relay: Bishop (J. Farley, Gorham, Markum, B. Soltis) 1:41.60.
100 Back: G. Davidson, BM, 59.13.
100 Breast: Gorham, BM, 1:10.70.
400 Free Relay: Bishop (J. Farley, Strasser, J. Davidson, G. Davidson) 3:53.09
Bishop’s girls finished with 137 points with East Surry second (110) and Atkins third (65).
Winners for the Bishop girls:
50 Free: M. Kammire,BM, 27.23.
100 Fly: C. Gillooley, BM, 1:05.62.
500 Free: E. Fiore, BM, 6:07.38.
200 Free Relay: Bishop (C. O’Halloran, C. Kammire, E. Waite, M. Kammire) 1:53.53.
400 Free Relay: Bishop (G. Koesters, E. Fiore, C. Gillooley, E. Justice) 4:19.89
JAMESTOWN — Ragsdale topped visiting Smith and Grimsley in dual-team matches on Wednesday.
The Tigers blanked Smith 76-0 and took care of the Whirlies, 46-18.
Ben Hamm (120), Hunter Whipple (126), Aaron Reeves (170), Devon Jacques (182), Byrce Walker (195) and Kelvin Johnson (285) won two matches at the same weight class for the Tigers.
Jacob Glasgow won at 132 against Smith and 138 against Dudley. Anthony Pierzchala won at 138 against Smith and 145 against Dudley. Brandon Harris won at 145 against Smith and 152 against Dudley.
Dylan Cook won at 106 with Darien Bell prevailed at 113 against Smith, but there were double forfeits at those weights in the Dudley match. Dillon Zomparelli was Ragsdale’s winner at 152 against Smith, and Zack Hendrick won at 160 for the Tigers against the Eagles.
AT NORTH MOORE
ROBBINS — Thomasville rolled to a pair of wrestling victories on Wednesday night. The Bulldogs shut out host North Moore 82-0 and pinned Jordan-Matthews, 74-6.
Two time winners for the Bulldogs included Ray-shawn Moore, Qyghee Martin, Jason Boutsady, Ahsan Butt, Corbin Wilson, Trevor Billie, Kyrie Colson, Brett Hokenson, Evan Makeupson, Kailon Bratten, Anthony Brisano, Keith Clemmons, and Tybrius Ivory. Reggie Rogers and Fleix Hernandez score a victory each.
Thomasville hosts the six-team Bobby Lloyd Classic on Saturday.
TRACK & FIELD
HIGH POINT — Tamara Clark of High Point Central qualified for the NCHSAA state indoor track meet in two events in action Wednesday at Southwest Guilford.
Clark qualified by finishing the 55-meter dash in 7.6 seconds and running the 300 meters in 40.06.
Names of two Trinity basketball players were misspelled in a photo caption in Thursday’s Enterprise. The players are No. 32 Alex MgGavic and No. 25 Zach Brann.