Pat Tivnan, Charlotte Catholic run past Charlotte Country Day on the road

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After a bit of a rough start to start the season, Charlotte Catholic was able to get things back on track against rival Charlotte Country day Tuesday, downing the Buccaneers 70-58.

The score was not indicative of how well the Cougars played at times, but head coach Mike King knew the Buccaneers would not go away.

“Coach (David) Carrier is well known for how tough his teams are going to play,” King said. “That is something we stressed the last couple days in practice is that they are going to be relentless no matter who is out there.”

King might have described the Buccaneers as “relentless,” but this is an applicable term to just how his team performed down the stretch when Country Day would go on scoring runs. The Cougars would not fold and they made sure to keep the Buccaneers within arms-length at all times and never reach the danger zone.

The play by big man Pat Tivnan really made a big difference for the Cougars in the paint. Tivnan scored 17 points, 13 of which came in the paint, and also grabbed 14 rebounds to go along with his scoring onslaught. Coach King complimented Tivnan’s rebounding.

“I actually thought his rebounding was a big key for us,” King said. “They (Country Day) do a great job of breaking you down on the perimeter and then creating an extra opportunity by an offensive rebound. Pat really did a good job, especially early of setting the tone.”

“We executed in the beginning of the game which is big,” Tivnan said. “We’ve struggled in the first four games of the season executing in the beginning of the game. It got a little close at the end, but we got the job done.”

This statement win against a local rival will be a boost of confidence to a Cougar squad who has started the season off a bit shaky.

“We are getting some experience as games go by,” King said. “We’ve had tight game after tight game, so we talk about execution but more importantly playing with a passion for one another.”

Being selfless and playing for one another is the recipe coach King wants his team to follow, and he will continue to implement moving forward in the season.

THREE WHO MADE A DIFFERENCE

Pat Tivnan, Charlotte Catholic: The 6-8 forward did everything his team needed and more. To go along with his 17 points and 14 rebounds, he also had a few blocks and was very disruptive on the defensive side of the ball causing a few Buccaneer turnovers as well.

Dallas Gardner, Charlotte Country Day: The star guard would not let his team go down without a fight. He led all scorers with 21 and had four assists also. Buccaneer fans are left wondering what could have been had Gardner not fouled out with just over four minutes remaining in the game.

Peter Rossitcth, Charlotte Catholic: What Rossitch does for the Cougars is he makes opponents guard the three-point line tightly. He had three shots from beyond the arc in the game and finished with 16 points in total.

WORTH MENTIONING

The Buccaneers trailed by as many as 24 at one point but would not fold and kept pushing to cut into the Cougar lead time and time again.

Charlotte Country Day guard Sam Turner had a productive night off the bench scoring 15 points. His playing time was increased due to not having Gardner in the final four minutes of the game.

WHAT’S NEXT

Charlotte Catholic improves to 2-3 on the year and will face Providence at home on Dec. 10 at 7 p.m. For Charlotte Country Day, the Bucs fall to 5-5 and will host Union Academy also on Dec. 10 at 7 p.m.

Catholic girls get big win against Country Day

The Charlotte Catholic girls improved to 5-0 on the year behind a strong performance by nationally ranked forward Blana Thomas. She had eight points and 14 rebounds. She also added in a few steals and blocks to go along with her points and rebounds.

The height of the Cougars was unmatched by now 6-2 Charlotte Country Day. However, the Buccaneers did have a bright spot, and her name was Hudson Rixam. She tallied 18 points to lead all scorers, and she really put her team on her back in their efforts to close the gap.

“I thought we played really well as a team,” Thomas said. “(We’ve) definitely been working on defense these past few practices to get ready for today. There is always room to get better, and that is what we will focus on for next game.”

Tuesday’s Boys #BIG5 Top Performers

AJ Cook, Weddington: broke his school-record, set last year, with eight made 3-point shots in a 67-36 win over Monroe. He had a game-high 26 points.

Carson Kelly, Cherryville: made seven 3-point shots in a 70-64 win over Fred T. Foard and finished with a team-high 26 points.

Kany Tchanda, Concord Academy: 22 points, 14 rebounds, two steals in a 95-69 win over Calvary Day.

Kayiin Thompson, Concord: 13 points, eight rebounds, seven assists in a 86-45 win over East Rowan.

Henderson Williams, Lake Norman: 19 points, 10 rebounds in an 83-57 win over Statesville

Tuesday’s Girls #BIG5 Top Performers

Mariah Barrie, Central Cabarrus: 23 points, seven rebounds in a 48-42 win over Lake Norman Charter.

Nevaeh Farmer, North Mecklenburg: 17 points, eight steals, eight assists and three steals in a 73-15 win over Berry.

Lauren Farrell, Cox Mill: freshman had a career-high 16 points and 10 rebounds in a 50-38 win over Hough.

Eseosa Imafidon, Covenant Day: career-high 23 points in a 58-41 win over Greater Cabarrus.

Saniya Wilson, Kings Mountain: 38 points, seven rebounds, five assists and four steals in a 69-59 win over R-S Central.

Tuesday’s Boys Boxscores

ARDREY KELL 69, PORTER RIDGE 65

Porter Ridge--15 12 15 17 5 65

Ardrey Kell –19 19 4 19 9 69

PORTER RIDGE 65-- C.J Anthony 7, Greg Wenger 11, Jacob Anderson 18, Isaiah Williams 12, Nathaniel Stout 2, Tristan Stitt 2, Jack Fazilat 2, Kyler Harris 11

Ardrey Kell 69—Evan Smith 18, Brandon Nelson 10, Brett Freeman 6, Brock Rose 16, Toni Akinyelu 6, Trenten Gearald 1, Cole Peodeau 8, Ryan Lewis 2

CANNON SCHOOL 65, WESLEYAN CHRISTIAN 58

CANNON SCHOOL 65 -- DJ Nix 24 points 7 rebounds 6 assists, Karon Boyd 15 points 10 rebounds 7 assists, Isaiah Henry 11 points 3 reb, Jay Claygett 7 points, Ben 5 points 4 rebounds 2 steals, Mason 3 points 4 rebounds 2 blocks

CHARLOTTE CATHOLIC 70, CHARLOTTE COUNTRY DAY 58

Country Day 13 9 19 7 -- 58

Catholic 22 16 18 14 -- 70

CCDS Dallas Gardner 21, Sam Turner 14, Bethel 8, Alessi 5, Bigham 3, Hewett 7

CC Pat Tivnan 17, Thomas 13, Rossinon 13, Williams 15, Williams 2, Alexander 7,

The Cougars outscored the Bucs 18-5 from the free throw line and held on for the win. Country Day is 5-5 while CC is 2-3. The Bucs host Union Academy Friday at 7:00

CHERRYVILLE 70, FRED T. FOARD 64

CHERRYVILLE 70 -- Carson Kelly 26 PTs 7 three pointers, Jack Mulvey 18 Points 8 Reb., Landon Hahn 15 points, 6 steals, 10 Free Throws

Notable The Ironmen improve to 4-1 and play at West Lincoln on Friday.

CONCORD 86, EAST ROWAN 45

Concord 15 20 31 20 86

East Rowan 11 8 11 15 45

Concord -- Brayden Blue 26, Johnakin Franklin 22, Kayin Thompson 13, James Smith 8, Da’Michael Lyerly 5, Aiden Aldridge 4, Rahul Pulugurtha 3, Justin Garland 2, Jeremiah Howard 2, Chris Arellano 1

East Rowan -- D. Valley 25, T. Harris 10, D. Dale 4, D. Overcash 4, G. Clement 2

Notable: Kayin Thompson had a line of 13 points, 8 rebounds and 7 assists. Concord moves to 4-1 (1-0 SPC) and East Rowan falls to 1-4 (0-1 SPC). This was each team’s first game in SPC conference play.

CONCORD ACADEMY 95, CALVARY DAY 69

CD: 6 14 23 26 -- 69

CA: 20 16 28 31 -- 95

CD:Ellington 10, Johnson 14, Eleez 2, Tollbert 3, Cassada 19, Spillman 12, Borrow 2, Anderno 3, Richardson 2

Concord Academy: Jayden Munson 16, Tucker Johnson 5, Sergij Cvetkovic 5, Noah Van Bibber 17, DJ Cuttino 13, Albert Diarra 2, Kany Tchanda 22, Magnus Swinger 15

Notable: Soph Kany Tchanda 22p 14r 2s, DJ Cuttino 13p, 7a, 3s.

COX MILL 61, HOUGH 58

Hough 16 13 14 15 -- 58

Cox Mill 11 18 18 14 -- 61

Hough -- Rashad McCormick 17, Melvin Sifford 14, Cole Galombeck 11, Stiff 5, Temple 4, Wagner 4, Hersh 3

Cox Mill-- Wilson 18, Baldwin 8, Dunn 8, Harris 8, Ivy 7, Morgan 4, Conrad 10

Records: H - 1-4; CM - 3-2

CUTHBERTSON 67, HICKORY RIDGE 58

Cuthbertson 23 16 13 16 – 67

Hickory Ridge 10 17 14 18 – 58

Cuthbertson: Kaleb Parker 15 points, 12 rebounds, 6 blocks; Christian Alston 19; Christian Haggarty 11; Jared Haymore 4; Calvin Douglas 11; Adron Tillotson 3; Keenan Jackson 3; Tamaury McDowell 1

Cuthbertson 4-0 (0-0)

EAST MECKLENBURG 76, SUN VALLEY 73

East Meck 18 18 18 22 (76)

Sun Valley 9 19 22 24 (73)

East Meck - Kanye Johnson 26, Jonah Lawrence 18, Jordon Nevill 10, Bayliss Williams 12, Truitt 5, Hicks 3

Sun Valley - White 33, Mason 16, Brown 11, Marsh 8, Valentine 4

EAST LINCOLN 75, NORTH GASTON 45

East Lincoln (4-0): Landon Glezen 8, Logan Craig 5, Markell Clark 4, Palmer Crichton 16, Jeremiah Jones 3, Drew Bean 8, Keandre Walker 6, Tyler Mizzell 8, Jackson Fannon 6, Mason Simmons 4, Cooper Maj 7

North Gaston (1-5): Markell Carothers 10, Austin Wood 2, Keymarian Murrell 6, Mason Mackey 6, Brandon Masters 0, Stepfon Simmons 9, Carter Wright 3, Jahden Gettys 3, Marcus Lomick 6, Jandres Gerena 0, Patrick Moss 0

FREEDOM 68, DRAUGHN 65

Freedom 09 20 17 19 = 68

Draughn 10 10 13 29 = 65

Freedom: Amore Connelly 24, Philly Harris 21, Drew Costello 12, Thomas 6, McNaughton 2

Draughn: Daylin Pritchard 18, Luke Rector 12, Z. Pritchard 6, Schutt 7, Tillery 6, Nelson 4, E. Pritchard 9

Freedom 3-0, plays next Wednesday 12/8 @ Hickory

GASTON DAY 87, METROLINA CHRISTIAN 69

Gaston Day 23 22 19 23 87

Metrolina Christian 16 19 21 13 69

Gaston Day Scoring: Chris Britt 29, Evan Montanari 20, Callum Richard 17, Kurt Hunter 16, Chase Owens 5

Metrolina Christian Scoring: Fisher-Davis 18, Clark 12, Wilson Jr. 11, Maul 9, DeLuca 7, Crumbie 4, Houston 4, Harrist 3, McIntyre 1

Gaston Day Record: 7-1

Next Game: Friday, 12/10 v Westminster Catawba 6:30pm

HICKORY GROVE 62, WESTMINSTER CATAWBA 55

Westminster Catawba: 13-19-4-19; 55

Hickory Grove: 14-13-11-24: 62

Westminster Catawba: Addie 4, Petiote 5, Richard Black lll 20, Clarke 2, Derek Bradley 17, Booker 4, Kenan 3

Hickory Grove: Armani Henderson 22, Chervon Holt 12, BJ Erwin 10, Banks 2, Stinson 1, Koreos 8, Jackson 7

Notable: Westminster Catawba (6-6) lost their 3rd game in a row and played without Virginia Tech Signee MJ Collins who was suffering from a migraine and D1 recruit 6’9 F Erich Harding who’s still recovering from a concussion. Westminster will play their next game on Friday at Gaston Day School.

INDEPENDENCE 60, HOPEWELL 55

Hopewell 13 13 17 12 55

Independence 22 15 10 13 60

HOPEWELL 55 -- Quay Watson 25, Dawit Desta 10, Mack 8, Horne 7, Stewart 5

INDEPENDENCE 60 -- Bryce Brooks 16, Tosh Alberga 13, Johnson 8, J. Taylor 7, S. Taylor 6, D. Taylor 4, Jasper 5, Appling 1

LAKE NORMAN 83, STATESVILLE 57

Lake Norman 17 14 27 25 83

Statesville 12 17. 11 14 57

Lake Norman 83 -- Alex Gruber 10, Cole Callaway 26, Tre McKinnon 14, Davis Wagner 12, Henderson Williams 19 Max Lawrence 2

Statesville 52 - Robinson 16, Miller 17, Smith 3, Bailey 2, Clark 2, Brown 4, Stephenson 4, Bryant 2, Moore 5, Morales 2

Lake Norman with 12 steals and 10 blocks.

Notable: Henderson Williams with 19 points and 10 rebounds, Davis Wagner 12 points 10 rebounds, Tre Mckinnon 14 points and 10 rebounds and Cole Callaway with a game high 26 points.

NORTH LINCOLN 63, WEST LINCOLN 53

North Lincoln 15 22 16 10 63

West Lincoln 11 13 21 8 53

NORTH LINCOLN 63- J. Dedmon 17, K, Karr 12, J. Waggoner 12, J. Terrill 10, C. Carson 7, R. King 3, N. Lykins 2

WEST LINCOLN 53- J Truesdale 23, A. Cherigui 12, H. Hopper 9, E. Hartsoe 4, G. Allen 3, T. Goins 2

North Lincoln 4-1

NORTH MECKLENBURG 90, BERRY 46

Berry Academy 22 3 15 6 – 46

North Meck 26 21 25 18 – 90

Berry: J. Stevenson 13, Jackson 9, Lennard 8, Craig 6, Chesler 4 Bell 4, Preston 2

NM: Jordan Crawford 27, Isaiah Evans 27, Maxwell Coles 12, Tyree Bracey 7, Christian Foy 7, Trey Maxwell 4, Drew Walker 2, Jayden Karriem 1, Jason Bass 1, Demoris Jenkins 1

QUEENS GRANT 67, CHRIST THE KING 58

QGS 14 16 11 22 67

CTK 10 11 16 21 58

Queens Grant Faherty 10, Rector 5, Covington 20, Weaver 12, Burke 13

CTK- Zuhosky 19, Francis 4, Tampoya 11, Stern 15, Kocher 2, Clapp 7

PATTON 61, EAST BURKE 46

Patton 19. 12. 18. 12 -- 61

East Burke 10. 15. 11. 10 -- 46

Patton 61 -- Waylon Rutherford 18, Brayden Vess 12, Randon Clarke 12, Cantrell 8, Rudisill 5, Bostian 3, Hicks 3,

East Burke 46 -- Coffey 9, Crump 8, Primm 8, Sellers 5, Cox 4, Keller 3, Hill 3, Dennie 2, Hudson 2, Poarch 2

Records: Patton 4-1, East Burke 0-3

PIEDMONT 51, WEST STANLY 37

Piedmont 19 12 11 9 51

West Stanly 9 8 6 14 37

Piedmont 48 -- Miles Leaks 15, Chase Fesmire 15, Kyle Collins 8, Colton Price 7, Braden Collins 5, RJ Plyler 1

West Stanly 37 -- Charli Carpenter 11, Matt Parker 11, Jared Barbee 7, Jaxon Hinton 4, Jacob Lisk 4

Piedmont Overall Record: 2-3

Parkwood Overall Record 4-2

UNITED FAITH 69 CHARLOTTE CHRISTIAN 66

CHARLOTTE CHRISTIAN: 11 19 12 24: 66

UFCA: 17 17 17 18: 69

CHARLOTTE CHRISTIAN 66: John Cash 22, Cade Preston 10, Bryce Cash 9, Micah Gilbert 9

UFCA 69: Xavier McKelvey 26, Marcus Willis 19, Alex Bates 12, Dorien Johnson 6

UFCA RECORD: 5-2 CHARLOTTE CHRISTIAN: 4-4

NOTABLE: MARCUS WILLIS GAME WINNING 3 POINTER AT THE BUZZER FROM HALF COURT

WEDDINGTON 67, MONORE 36

Weddington 19 22 14 12 67

Monroe 7 13 14 2 36

WEDDINGTON – 67 AJ Cook 26, Chase Lowe 13, Kyle Frazier 11, Evan Morton 5, Nolan Dunphy 5, Pete Bombardier 4, Jack Ellyson 3

Monroe – 36 Pryce D. 10, Shaleak Knotts 8, Elliot R. 6, Jalen Smith 5, Jaikhob C. 5, Khamani R. 2

Notable: AJ Cook broke his own school record from 2020 for made 3 PT field goals in a game with 8 tonight on 14 attempts en route to 26 points, 3 rebs, 3 asts. Chase Lowe recorded 10 rebounds tonight to become the all time leading rebounder in Weddington Boys Basketball history (676 rebounds; breaking Ryan Schwieger’s record from 2017) and added 6 assists and a steal in the win over Monroe.

Records: Weddington 4-0, Monroe 1-2

Tuesday’s Girls Boxscores

ALEXANDER CENTRAL 58, NEWTON-CONOVER 35

Newton-Conover 35. Alexandra Central 58

Newton-Conover. 8. 13. 10. 4. =. 35

Alexandra Central. 18. 18. 19. 3. =. 58

Newton-Conover: Cassidy Geddes 14, Emma Fox 8, Lizzy Sain 6, Hadleigh Swagger 5, Hannah Watkins 2, Julie Krause, Sara Sain,

Alexandra Central: J. Walter 15, M. Jenkins 11, S. Hayes 8, H. Jannett 7, C. Stickleather 7, R. Pennel 6, K. Herman 4

Records

Newton-Conover 4-1

Alexander Central. 5-0

CANNON SCHOOL 61, WESLEYAN CHRISTIAN 50

Cannon School 11 17 23 10- 61

Wesleyan Christian 10 8 16 16- 50

Cannon School 61 – Ashley Fowler 15, Samyha Suffren 13, Lili Booker 11, Thompson 5, McCorkle 5, Cherry 5, Mathis 5, Brooks-Manning 2

Cannon School (4-4)

Wesleyan Christian (4-2)

CENTRAL CABARRUS 48, LAKE NORMAN CHARTER 42

CCHS: 7, 13, 14, 14 (48)

LNC: 9, 12, 3, 18 (42)

Central: Mariah Barrie 23, Kyra Lewis 14, Jones 6, Haley 5

Lake Norman Charter: Marissa Sorvilla 14, Kailyn Kilpatrick 10, Leak 6, Zelando 6 Turner 3, Patel 1

CHARLOTTE CATHOLIC 53, CHARLOTTE COUNTRY DAY 32

Charlotte Catholic 20 15 9 9 –53

Country Day 10 12 2 8 – 32

CC 53 Gracynn Gough 12, Imelda McMenamin 11, Fava 8, Thomas 8, Diaz 5, Kacerosky 5, Fleshood 3, McArdle 2

CD 32 Hudson Rixham 18, Waters 8, O’Neil 4, Sasz 2

Records: CC 5-0 (0-0) CD 6-2 (0-0)

COVENANT DAY SCHOOL 58, GREATER CABARRUS 41

Covenant Day 13 5 4 19

Greater Cabarrus 41

COVENANT DAY 47 -Eseosa Imafidon 23, Jacqueline Giftos 13, Taylor Easter 9, Hannah Keefer 7, Alexis Hailey 6

GREATER CABARRUS - Alauna Wilson 14, Sam Holman 10, Marianna Creasan 5, Reece Marro 5, Avery Long 2, Miley Bargesser 2, Abby Miller 2, Faith Seger 1

Notable: Lions move to 5-3 behind Eseosa Imafidon new career high 23 points. Jacqueline Giftos contributed 13 points.

COX MILL 50, HOUGH 38

Cox Mill - 9 7 22 12 - 50

Hough - 15 10 8 5 - 38

CM: Hines 16, Lewis 9, Gallegos 3, Farrell 16, Fox 4, Tillmon 2

H: Russell 1, Hibbeler 2, Raymond 15, Cloninger 9, Louthan 2, Zoerb 9

Notes: Freshman Lauren Farrell had career highs with 16 points and 10 rebounds. Leah Hines had 16 points, 5 steals and 6 assists.

DORMAN 60, MYERS PARK 52

Dorman - 16 15 12 17 60

Myers park - 15 10 16 11 52

Dorman - champagne Dominick 25, Dasia Ferguson 10, Jeter-Mckissick 8, Jones 5, Cathcart 5

Myers Park - kamora Cannie 13, Sidney Paraison 13, Truesdale 6, Giannopoulou 4, Xerras 9, McDaniel 6, Wilson 3

Records: Dorman 6-0, Myers Park 3-1

EAST LINCOLN 70, NORTH GASTON 31

NGHS: 9 5 7 10- 31

ELHS: 29 25 9 7- 70

NGHS: Bailey Perry 11, K. Bare 9, S. Walls 6, A. Porter 2, W. Brown 2, T. Thomasson 1

ELHS: Kelsey Campo 15, Ginny Overbay 14, A. Hege 8, D. Ross 6, M. Maggs 4, M. Self 4, M. Bissinger 4, T. Martin 3

Noteables: Ginny Overbay 14 pts, 7 rebs, 5 steals, 1; Kelsey Campo 15 pts, 5 assists, 3 steals

NGHS: (3-3, 0-0) Next Game @ East Gaston 12/8/21

ELHS: (3-1,0-0) Next Game vs Ashbrook 12/8/21

FORSYTH COUNTRY DAY 53, STATESVILLE CHRISTIAN 37

Forsyth Country Day 11 11 20 11 53

Statesville Christian 11 14 2 10 37

FORSYTH COUNTRY DAY- 53 -- Maureen Cavanaugh 8, Jianna Holmes 23, Marlena Hall 11, CC Chambers 4, Emily Kusnic 5

STATESVILLE CHRISTIAN 37 -- Ansleigh Sherrill 2, Jaidyn Pendley 2, Grace Cole 8, Brenna Rae Bentley 19, Jordan Vaughn 6

Records: Forsyth Country Day 6-1; Statesville Christian 5-2

FREEDOM 58, DRAUGHN 38

Freedom 16. 21. 12. 9 - 58

Draughn. 5 9. 7. 17 - 38

Freedom 58 - Zakiah King 14, Stevee McGee 13, Christena Rhone 10, Walker 8, Demiter 4, Sta. McGee 5, Gladden 2, Caldwell 2, Ollis, Turner, Whisnant.

Draughn 38 - Aubrey Snyder 17, Kincaid 2, Winkler 3, Bryant 4, J. Abernathy 6, E. Abernathy 6, Powell, Cozort.

Freedom 4-0

KINGS MOUNTAIN 69, R-S CENTRAL 59

KM 23 15 19 12– 69

RS 13 19 23 6 — 59

KINGS MOUNTAIN- Saniya Wilson 38, Khalia King 13, Austyn Dixon 8, Tyasya Bell 6, CoRey Simpson 2, Alayna Patrick 2

RS CENTRAL- Whitesides 34, Searcy 11, Smith 10, Deck 4, Petty 2

Notes

KM improves to 3-2 on the season. A big first quarter lead evaporated in the second, but KM settled to in the non-conference matchup. KM will play next on Friday at Huss. JV girls start the action at 4 pm.

KM Leaders: Saniya Wilson 38 pts, 7 reb, 5 assists, 4 steals; Khalia King 13 pts, 4 assists; Austyn Dixon 8 pts, 4 reb; Tyasya Bell 6 pts, 3 reb; Alayna Patrick 2 ps, 5 reb, 2 assists; CoRey Simpson 2 pts, 6 reb, 3 blocks

MALLARD CREEK 54, JM ROBINSON 46

Mallard Creek 15 13 13 13 -- 54

JM Robinson 14 14 12 6 -- 46

Mallard Creek 54 - - Jada Farmer 2, Danielle Titus 10, Allie Horne 12, Laylah Toscano 11, Gabby Tapley 5, Cayla Digsby 11, Olivia Robertson 3

JM Robinson - - N. Walker 19, L. Betts 9, P. Taylor 6, R. Brooks 12

Notable: Junior, Danielle Titus, finished the game with 10 points, 5 rebounds, 3 assists, and 1 steal. Sophomore, Allie Horne, finished with 12 points, 2 steals, and 1 assist. Freshman, Laylah Toscano, scored 11 points, grabbed 8 rebounds, and dished out 3 assists. Senior, Cayla Digsby, scored 11 points, grabbed 2 rebounds, with 1 steal and 1 assist.

NORTH MECKLENBURG 73, BERRY 15

N.Meck: 20 31 13 9 ---73

Berry: 0 4 6 5---15

N.Meck: Nevaeh Farmer 17, Dearia Page 13, Boston Bates 10, Dunn 8, Grier 7, Redfern 5, Robinson 4, Harris 3, Pellum 2, Steele 2, Dixon-Booker 2

Berry: Maleigha Jackson 9, Smith 2, Bennett 2, Brown 2

Nevaeh Farmer 17pts, 3rebs, 8stls, 8ast; Dearia Page 13pts, 4rebs, 4stls, 3ast; Boston Bates 10pts, 3rebs, 3stls, 1ast; Taylor Dunn 8pts, 2rebs, 7stls, 3ast.

Conference opener Thursday 12/9 vs Hough.

PROVIDENCE DAY 38, WINSTON-SALEM CHRISTIAN 36

PDS 2-8-12-12-4–38

WSC 14-8-5-7-2—36

PDS: Chandler Brooks 10 Levine 8 Holgorsen 6 Glosson 3 Jensen 2 Greer 3

Winston Salem: Christina Young 15 Santana 4 Lewis 2 Snotherly 9 White 6

Record 6-1

SOUTH CALDWELL 61, BANDYS 27

BHS - 6 13 2 6 = 27

SCHS - 17 16 14 14 = 61

BHS: Macy Rummage 12, Caroline McIntosh 5, Logan Dutka 5, Andrea Cabrera 2, Jada Spake 2, Annie Andrews

SCHS: O. Miller 19, L. Bumgarner 17, K. Anderson 8, K. Heavener 7, K. Jackson 6, K. Wynn 4, A. Cline 2

Records: BHS Lady Trojans: 3 - 3

SOUTH MECKLENBURG 66, WEST CABARRUS 20

WC 2 3 7 8. 20

SM 24 16 18 8. 66

SM- Senali Moss 12, Sinclair 9, Maggie Houpt 11, K Houpt 9, R Johnson 9, Phifer 8,Magner 4, Miller 4

WC~ Clowned 7, Hicks 7, Ratliff 3, Fields 2, Collins 1

SUN VALLEY 45, EAST MECKLENBURG 31

Sun Valley 11 8 6 20 - 45

East Meck 13 4 6 8 - 31

SV - K. Turriff 12, Avant 9, Meaders 6, Vaughn 6, Robinson 6, Bradley 5, Howell 1

EM - Angelsi’mon Dorn 16, MyKenzie Morris 10, Davidson 3, Augustin 2

Records: Sun Valley 3-2 East Meck 0-6

WEDDINGTON 46, MONROE 39

Monroe 9 13 8 9 - 39

Weddington 12 11 14 9 - 46

Monroe 39 -- Saniya Gingham 14, Saniya Wallace 12, Dynastee Parker 10, Taleah Hallman 3

Weddington 46 -- Hannah Tse 15, Brooke Strange 11, Grace Hanson 10, Natalie Poole 5, Isabella Sarcana 3, Caroline King 2, Ella Bergman 2

WEST LINCOLN 55, NORTH LINCOLN 47

WL 11 19 12 13 -- 55

NL 10 7 12 18 -- 47

WL 55 -- Norman 18, Richardson 8, Watson 11, Bieberich 9, Beddingfield 8, Owenby 1

NL 47 -- Angely 2, Gaddy 5, Dymes 8, Frantz 14, Klein 4 Reid 12, Hailey 2

Wednesday’s schedule

Mecklenburg nonconference

Butler at Harding

Corvian Community at Salisbury

Davidson Day at Mountain Island Charter

East Mecklenburg at West Mecklenburg

Hickory Ridge at Providence

Mooresville at Garinger

Other Nonconference

A.L. Brown at Central Cabarrus

Ashbrook at East Lincoln

Bessemer City at Forestview

Buford (SC) at Cuthbertson

Central Academy at East Rowan

Crest at East Rutherford

East Burke at Draughn

Forest Hills at Weddington

Freedom at Hickory

Fred T. Foard at Bandys

Gray Stone Day at South Davidson

Monroe at Pageland (SC) Central

Mount Pleasant at Parkwood

North Gaston at East Gaston

North Iredell at Alexander Central

North Lincoln at Maiden

Patton at West Caldwell

R-S Central at A.C. Reynolds

South Iredell at West Iredell

South Point at York (SC)

T.C. Roberson at Watauga

West Rowan at North Rowan

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