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PREP NOTEBOOK: Friday's prep, college scores

December 15, 2012

(Photo by Gene Leatherman/theonlineview.com)

Boys basketball

Lincolnton 69, Maiden 50

The Wolves knocked off the Blue Devils on Friday in Lincolnton.

Dakota Painter led Maiden (0-6) with 12 points, while Ricky Taylor added 11 points.

Alonzo Mobley scored a game-high 19 points for Lincolnton (2-3), while D.J. Cunningham added 16 points.

Cherryville 73, Bandys 61

The Ironmen knocked off the Trojans by double digits on Friday in Cherryville.

Jonah Griffith led Bandys (2-4) with 29 points, while Colton Medlin added 11 points.

Rhyer Davis paced Cherryville (4-3) with 24 points.

Fred T. Foard 57, Bunker Hill 37

Pulling ahead by double digits by halftime, the Tigers knocked off the county rival Bears on Friday in Newton.

Ketty Cameron led Foard with nine points, while Spencer Matthews and Jacob Schmidt each added eight points in a balanced scoring effort for the Tigers.

A.J. Hines scored 12 points to lead Bunker Hill (0-6).

Girls basketball

Fred T. Foard 74, Bunker Hill 33

Kayla Whitworth scored 17 points, leading the Lady Tigers to their sixth-straight victory of the season on Friday against the Lady Bears.

Sadasia Tipps added 15 points for Foard (6-2)

Tyra Mitchell score nine points to lead Bunker Hill (0-6).

Women's college basketball

CVCC 99, Thomasville Prep 79

The Lady Bucs won their 14th consecutive contest with a 20-point victory against Thomasville Prep on Friday.

CVCC led 47-35 at halftime.

Gabrielle McCliain paced the Lady Bucs (14-0, 1-0) with 24 points — one of three CVCC players scoring 20 or more points in the game. Anika Jones added 22 points and Kadesha Gibbs scored 20 points.

Terriah Copper and Quashanda Bell each scored 16 points for Thomasville Prep.

The Lady Bucs, who are ranked No. 18 in the latest National Junior College Athletic Association Div. II poll, return to action Jan. 8 on the road against Spartanburg Methodist.

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