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home : sports : e-sports January 26, 2022

1/8/2022 12:53:00 AM
High School Scores/Schedule (Updated)

Wayne Howard

The Lincoln Charter Eagles got their 10th win of the season and came close to the century mark on Friday as they downed Langtree Academy 97-51.  Junior Jameen Moore hit 6 of 11 three-point attempts and scored 41 points in the win.  Elijah Burnett had 15; Joseph Bruce and Zyon Chambers each scored 11. The Lincoln Charter girls also won, 61-43 over Langtree. Lauren Horton scored a game high 24 points. Maddie Lusk added 12 points,and Kenzie Ross had 11 rebounds. The girls hosted Davidson Day Saturday and won that game 68-43.  Both the Eagles boys and girls will play Christ the King on Tuesday and host Mtn. Island Charter on Friday.

The Lincolnton Wolves fell short by three points in their game against West Caldwell for the top spot in the Catawba Valley Conference Friday night. Playing at Gamewell, the Wolves were led by Brittain Burney with 16 points and Will Blackburn with 15, but it wasn't quite enough as the home team won 60-57. It was the first conference loss for LHS. Now 5-8 on the season, they'll play at East Burke on Tuesday (Jan. 11th), then host East Lincoln in a non-conference game on Wednesday (Jan. 12th).

The loss leaves Lincolnton in 2nd place in the league with a 3-1 record. The Wolves won their Tuesday (Jan. 4th) game with Bandys 56-41. In that game, Dj Danner led a balanced attack with 13 points; Blackburn had 9; Burney, 7; Jacob McGill, Eian Stancil, Khamoni Heath and Deandre Smith each had 6.

North Lincoln downed Fred T. Foard 77-42 Friday evening as Jack Waggoner scored 22 for the Knights. Conner Carson had 14 points, Kellan Karr 12; Carter Black 6; Conner Risse and Jake Terrill 5 each, Ben Carter 4; and Reed King & Nate Lykins 3 apiece. The win gives North an 8-6 overall record, 2-3 in the Western Foothills Conference.
The Knights next game will be at home against West Iredell next Friday (Jan. 14th).

East Lincoln's boys used a full-court press at times and a tight zone defense that held St. Stephens to just 35 points as the Mustangs improved to 12-1 overall. East leads the conference with a 5-0 record, one game ahead of 4-1 Hickory & North Iredell.

It was the third consecutive win for East after a pair of disappointing losses in their East Lincoln Jam holiday tournament to Southlake Christian and
Lake Norman. On Tuesday, the Mustangs downed Foard 74-32 as junior Mason Simmons had 16 and freshman Jackson Fannon 14 points. Simmons had four shot blocks and 9 rebounds in that win.

On Wednesday, East scored a 90-60 win over Staesville. Fannon hit six three-pointers and led with 20 points in that game. Keandre Walker scored 16, had 9 rebounds and 7 steals. Jeremiah Jones accounted for 10 assists and scored 10 points; Andrew Bean scored 17.

East Lincoln’s defense is giving up 44.2 ppg; they have held opponents under 47 points 9 times during the season, and only allowed above 60 points 2 times. They have forced 20 or more turnovers in 11 of 14 games and are forcing opponents into 23.3 turnovers per game for the season, while averaging 16.2 steals per game.

The Mustangs' next game will be at Lincolnton on Wednesday (Jan. 12th). They'll host North Iredell next Friday.

The East boys played three games this week; the Easg girls, only one. The boys Statesville game had been postponed from December because of COVID. COVID protocol also forced a postponement of Friday's scheduled game with the St. Stephens girls. The East girls beat Fred T. Foard on Tuesday (Jan. 4th). Ginny Overbay had 18 points, 16 rehounds, three steals, an assist and a blocked shot; Madison Self also had a double-double with 11 points and 11 rebounds, two steals and an assist. Raven Ross scored 11 and had 6 rebounds, two steals and four assists. Diamond Ross had 11 points; Kelsey Campo and Taliyah Thomas, seven each; and Hailey McFadden 4. The East girls are now 10-2 overall, 4-0 in the conference. They, too, will play at LHS on Wednesday and at home next Friday.

Bandys senior Logan Dutka scored her 1,000th career point as the Trojans downed the Lincolnton girls 51-33 Tuesday. For LHS, Alexis Hough and Sarah Rhyne each had 9, Emma Rhyne had 8. The LHS girls next game will be at East Burke on Tuesday. They'll host Maiden next Friday.

It took overtime, but the Maiden girls prevailed ove Bandys Friday night 53-49. The Blue Devils led 22-19 at the half, but Bandys took a 33-31 lead into the final period. Junior Calley Stamey was named Player of the Game for Maiden as the Blue Devils outscored the visitors 6-2 in the OT for their third win of the season, handing the Trojans girls their first conference loss. The Maiden girls will host Bunker Hill on Tuesday, then visit Lincolnoton on Friday.

The Maiden boys team is tied with Lincolnton for second place in the Catawba Valley Conference: now 3-1 in the league, they beat Bandys 61-33 Friday evening  The Blue Devils beat Bunker Hill 56-55 last Wednesday, then lost at West Caldwell on Tuesday 68-51.

Cherryville's boys lost at Bessemer City on Friday 76-57.  The Ironmen beat East Gaston Tuesday 66-58 as Carson Kelly scored 24 points and Landon Hahn had 18. The Cherryville girls lost to East Gaston 55-27. Cherryville will host Highland Tech on Tuesday.

West Lincoln's girls lost their Friday night game to Newton-Conover 73-32.  Farrah Richardson scored 10 points for West; Chloe Norman had 9; Anna Bieberich  5; and Zoey Owenby, Ashton Jenkins, Carolina Robinson, and Rae Watson 2 each.  The West boys won their 5th game Friday at Newton-Conover 71-67.  The girls will play East Burke next Friday; the boys will also play East Burke Friday and at West Caldwell on Tuesday.

1 - Jackie Dameron Farm Bureau

HELP!  We honestly can't do it without you!  We try hard to keep up with high school sports and to recognize the student athletes from local schools, but we can' t do it wihout help.  We really appreciate it when coaches, players, and fans help us with information, scores, photos, signings, etc. involving their teams. Our reporter who attempts to gather the news from high school sports has been ill recently and we're behind on some of our reports including wrestling.  It took until late Sunday for us to get all the scores from Friday night games.  We really do appreciate any info you provide; we want to recognize the accomplishments of area teams.

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