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home : sports : e-sports January 26, 2022

12/31/2021 6:23:00 AM
Tournament Scores
Wayne Howard
Reporter

The Wolves came close to getting their fifth victory in a row but wound up a bit short Thursday night.  In the People's Bank Holiday Clash, LHS led by three at the half and two at the end of three periods, but the Stuart Cramer Storm outscored them 21-14 in the 4th quarter to take the tournament championship.  Cramer tied the game at 50-all and never trailed again.  A basket by Will Blackburn cut the lead to 64 to 60, but Cramer then took a 67-60 lead before a final basket by Blackburn cut the final margin to 67 to 62.  Blackburn had 28 points in the loss to lead all scorers, Deandre Smith had 14 and Brittain Burney 10.  

Bandys beat West Lincoln for the girls championship.  The Trojans led at the half 30-27, but scored 20 points in the third quarter while holding West to 9.  The final score was 56-45.  
Chloe Norman led all scorers with 15 points; Farrah Richardson had 13; Anna Bieberich and Carolina Robinson each scored 5; Rae Watson 4; and Brooke Beddingfield 2.  For Bandys, Caroline McIntosh had 14; Kate Dutka and Macy Rummage 10 each; Logan Dutka 9; Jada Spake 6, and Annie Andrews 5.  

Thanks to Lance Watson of WLHS for providing the info on the game.  

Third place in the Peoples Bank Clash was won by the North Lincoln girls, who beat East Gaston 46-23.  Trailing 18-14 at the half, the Knights held the Warriors to just five points in the third period and scoreless in the fourth. Julia Frantz and Hailey Hagler each scored 12 points for North Lincoln while Heather Longnecker of East Gaston had a game-high 13 points.

Fifth place among the girls went to Highland Tech, 48-37 winners over the LHS girls.

Third place in the boys tournament went to East Gaston, 64-54 winners over Forestview.  North Lincoln took 5th place with a 59-19 win over Bandys.  Amine Cherigul scored 29 points to lead West Lincoln to its 4th victory of the season, a 74-70 win over Highland Tech, for 7th place.

After nine wins without a loss, East Lincoln suffered their second consecutive defeat in the East Lincoln Jam on Thursday evening. The Mustangs, who had lost their semi-final game to Southlake Christian Academy on Wednesday by a single point, 54-53, fell to the Lake Norman Wildcats in the third place game Thursday night 61-56.

East led 21-19 at the end of the first period, but scored only 8 points in the second and trailed 32-29 at the half. They took the lead again by two points at the end of the third, but the Wildcats defense held them to just 9 points in the fourth while scoring 15.


The East Lincoln girls fell to Cox Mill in the girls championship game 44-41. Ginny Overbay had 14 points, 5 rebounds, two steals and two assists. Taliyah Thomas scored 13 points, had two steals and an assist; Hailey McFadden had 9 points, 9 rebounds, two steals and an assist. Thomas and Madison Self were named to the All-Tournament team. Abbie Hege and Kelsey Campo each had two points and Self had one in the Thursday night loss. It was the second loss of the season for the East girls who have won 10 games.

No scores were reported for the East Lincoln Jam boys championship game between Southlake Christian Academy and Jay Robinson or for the third or seventh place boys games. Hough beat West Cabarrus for 5th place in the girls tournament 58-51; no report was available on the Lincoln Charter vs Mallard Creek girls game for 3rd place or the 7th place girls game between Central Cabarrus and Jay Robinson.




 


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