Archive - Dec 9, 2011 - Sports Article
The early season win streak continues for the Foard boys basketball team, while Bandysâ€™ skid didnâ€™t slow.
The Tigersâ€™ Jordan Turner hit a three-pointer with under two minutes remaining, and Foard made crucial free throws down the stretch in a 61-54 home victory.
Foard improves to 6-0, while Bandys falls to 0-6.
Brice Falgout led the Tigers with 16 points, while Turner pitched in 10 points.
Colton Medlin scored 18 points, leading the Trojans.
Bandys 51, Foard 38
Rachel Pritchard scored a game-high 14 points, lifting the Lady Blue Devils to a 62-39 victory against West Lincoln on Friday in Maiden.
Two huge quarters guided Maiden, including 21 points in the second and 20 points in the fourth quarter.
Sabrien Gaither added 12 points in the win for the Blue Devils, while Katie Foster scored nine points.
Rylee Marsh scored eight points to lead West Lincoln.
Maiden 49, West Lincoln 38
A triple-double by post player Kadesha Gibbs helped lift the Newton-Conover girls basketball team to a 83-29 victory against East Lincoln on Friday.
Gibbs scored 18 points, grabbed 10 rebounds and recorded 10 steals in the victory. Taylor Petty led the team in scoring with 26 points, while Shynese Whitener added 20 points and six steals.
St. Stephens 41, Bunker Hill 25
Morgan Bibey and Keyona Hicks each scored nine points, leading the Lady Indians basketball team to its second win of the season over the Lady Bears.