Thursday’s North Carolina high school basketball second round boxscores

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BOYS

ARDREY KELL 53, HARDING 45

Ardrey Kell -- 17 12 11 13 -- 53

Harding -- 16 12 12 5 -- 45

Ardrey Kell -- Evan Smith 18, Luke Stankavage 16, Gerald 8, Snyder 6, Nelson 5

Harding -- Funderburk 16, Hamrick 11, Blair 10, Bowman 3, Grant 2

Notes: Evan Ardrey Kell moves on to face the winner of West Charlotte and Northwest Guilford.Evan Smith leads all scorers with 18. Luke Stankavage scores 16.

CHARLOTTE CATHOLIC 71, CENTRAL CABARRUS 35

Charlotte Catholic -- 24 23 19 5-- 71

Central Cabarrus -- 9 10 7 9-- 35

Charlotte Catholic -- Colin Thomas 16, Kevin Dumser 15, Kevin Kullick 15, Hanchard 2, Pino 8, Dortch 8, McArdle 4, Williams 3

Central Cabarrus -- Christian Cornish 12, Marvin Bost 10, Glover 11, Thompson 2.

FOREST HILLS 60, SALISBURY 59

Forest Hills -- 20 10 18 12 -- 60

Salisbury -- 14 21 10 14 -- 59

Forest Hills -- Jalen Huntley 16, Zack Barbour 11, Alec Topper 11, Mashad Hester 10, Wright 6, Barrier 3, Burch 3

Salisbury -- Zay Kessler 20. Nate Brown 11, Smith 8, Walker 6, Witherspoon 4, White 2, Stout 8

Records: Forest Hills 27-0; Salisbury 17-10

Notes: Forest Hills advances to the Sweet 16 for the 7th straight year. Forest Hills will host Lake Norman Charter Saturday at 6pm.

FREEDOM 78, DUDLEY 56

Freedom -- 15 21 24 18 -- 78

Dudley -- 12 7 14 23 -- 56

Freedom -- James Freeman 26, Bradley Davis 20, Que Garner 16, Tolbert 6, Moore 1, Birchfield 2, Rice 4, Ledford 3

Dudley -- Jahree Braswell 12, wynn 7, Jones 1, Stockton 5, Brewer 4, Emmanuel Elliott 11, Miller 2, Wood 7, Dickerson 5, McCall 2

Notes: Freedom 26-1 overall hosts Hickory Saturday, Feb 29th Time TBA after Girls games versus Charlotte Catholic time TBA

HOUGH 63, RJ REYNOLDS 54

Hough -- 19 9 22 13 -- 63

Reynolds -- 9 13 14 18 -- 54

Hough -- Beau Maye 27, Nate Chambers 13, Graham Worland 11, Shryock 4, Viruso 3, Riehl 2, Schoolfield 2, Bissette 1

Rocky River -- Tyriek Leach 13, Jaban Mars 13, Tobias Johnson, Lumpkin 8, Davis 5, Harris 2

Records: Hough 19-9 8-6; RJ Reynolds: 16-10 9-1.

Notes: Senior Forward Beau Maye finished with 27 pts 11 rebs

INDEPENDENCE 62, RICHMOND 54

Independence -- 15 18 4 14 11 -- 62

Richmond -- 12 9 12 18 3 -- 54

Independence -- Bodrick 9, Anthony Allen 16, Nygell Verdier 10, Miller 6, Allah 7, Givens 3, Jalen Hinton 11

Richmond -- Sivels 8, N Stroman 31, P. McLauglin 10, Hood 3, Tillman 2

Records: Independence 21-7; Richmond 20-9

Notes: Independence has won ten straight

LINCOLN CHARTER 85, UNION ACADEMY 68

Lincoln Charter -- 16 16 14 35 -- 85

Union Academy -- 13 18 12 25 -- 68

Lincoln Charter -- Troy Fulton 25, Sam Cogan 22, Elijah Burnett 10, Davis 8, Patel 6, Baich 3, N Al-Hussaini 2, McGill 1, Holm 1,

Union Academy -- Younger 20, Anderson 17, Hucks 14, Hendricks 9, Harris 5, Beacum 3

Records: Lincoln Charter 26-2

LAKE NORMAN CHARTER 78, FRANKLIN 51

Lake Norman Charter -- 22 9 21 22 -- 78

Franklin -- 15 13 8 15 -- 51



Lake Norma Charter -- Donovan Atwell 22, Oliver O’Brien 15, Jackson Porter 14, Cal Reed 10, Avery Scott 6, Bobby Selden 5, Andrew Rinehardt 2, Jeremy Newton 2, Grant Howlett 2

Franklin -- M.McClure 24, C. Wilson 12, T. Penland 5, G. Green 4, S. Crupi 2, D. Jennings 2

Records: LNC 22-6.

Notes: Sophomore Donovan Atwell breaks previous record of Connor Reed’s 181 All- Time made 3’s, by hitting 6- 3’s tonight giving him 184.

VANCE 88, GLENN 78

Vance -- 18 27 17 26 -- 88

Glenn -- 17 19 16 26 -- 78

Vance -- Jaylen Curry 16, Trey Green 29, Anthony Moore 2, Dexster Hart 7, Daniel Ransom 10, Jheison Saunds 4, Daniel Sanford 20.

GIRLS

CENTRAL CABARRUS 58, SW GUILFORD 45

Central Cabarrus -- 9 13 11 25 -- 58

SW Guilford -- 6 4 12 23 -- 45

Central Cabarrus -- Mariah Barrie 20, Ja’el Miller 16, Aniyah Tate 13, Case 7, Haley 2

SW Guilford -- Tiir Nyok 22, G. Slade 3, J. Slade 5, Hairston 2, McCullogh 5, Harriman 4

CHEROKEE 55, LINCOLN CHARTER 40

Cherokee 17 12 12 14 — 55

LCS 14 09 15 02 — 40

Cherokee 55 R. Bark 17, N. Smith 13, V. Ross 13, D. Taineeta 6, R. Girty 4, T. King

LCS 40 F. Fields 18, L. Horton 14, L. Moutselos 6, N. Hamlen 2

CHARLOTTE CATHOLIC 38, ASHBROOK 36

Charlotte Catholic -- 11 11 7 9 -- 38

Ashbrook -- 2 11 9 12 -- 36

Catholic -- Dane Bertolina 22, McMenamin 8, Kacerosky 4, Green 2, Darling 2

Ashbrook -- Aaliyah El 10, Portee 8, Ward 7, Bess 4, Hall 3, Cole 2, Butler 2

Records: Catholic 22-5; Ashbrook 21-5

COMMUNITY SCHOOL OF DAVIDSON 66 NORTH ROWAN 61

Community School of Davidson -- 16 12 13 25 -- 66

North Rowan -- 11 10 14 26 -- 61

Community School of Davidson -- Lauren Whitley 16, Kenzi DeLay 14, Ruthie Camp 13, Mariana Soares 10, Ally O’Donnell 6, Sarah Imhoff 5, Cameron Koster 2

North Rowan -- Hannah Wilkerson 34, Natalia Taborn 10, Kamari Cannie 9, Makiya McDaniel 4, Kimya Lynch 2, Elder 2

Records: CSD 25-4

Notes: Lauren Whitley, Kenzi DeLay and Ruthie Camp led the way with 16, 14 and 13 points respectfully. Mariana Soares led CSD in rebounding. Team defense and bench play was key to this victory.

2nd Round NCHSAA playoffs

EAST BURKE 49, WEST WILKES 44

East Burke -- Riley Haas 19, Ashlyn Stilwell 13, Sarah Grace Lockee 7, Gracie Ruff 5, Graleigh Hildebran 5

West Wilkes -- C. Ledford 20, J. Wilcox 14, J. Bell 3, C. Clonch 3, K. Stanly 3, K. Triplett 1

Records: East Burke 25-3; West Wilkes 19-7.

FREEDOM 80, COX MILL 44

Cox Mill 10 9 12 13 -- 44

Freedom 22 26 20 12 -- 80

Cox Mill 44 -- K. Holmes 17, Gallegos 8, Tillery 7, Hines 2, Fox 4, Perry 2, Sedergren 4, Lewis, Marquis, Marshall.

Freedom 80 -- Josie Hise 21, Jayda Glass 17, Blaikley Crooks 12, Garrison 9, McGee 4, Tate 2, Hemphill 6, Rhone 5, Kania 2, ONeil 2, Walker.

Notes: Freedom (27-0) will take on Charlotte Catholic on Saturday.

MALLARD CREEK 81, INDEPENDENCE 55

Mallard Creek -- 24 15 22 20 -- 81

Independence -- 10 15 10 20 -- 55

Mallard Creek -- S.SUFFREN 22 N.BROWN 22 L.WALKER 15 H.DOCTOR 8 J.CREECH 4 A.BYNUM 3 S.LUTZ 2 A.FOWLER 2 C.DIGSBY 2

Independence -- B.MILTON 20 T.THOMPSON 16 G.BRECKENRIDGE 9 A.ANDERSON 4 A. DIBENDETTO 2 T.BENJAMIN 2 M.WASHINGTON 2

Notes: #1 Mallard Creek blows by Independence with Nevaeh Brown and Samyha Suffren goes for 22 a piece totaling 44 points out of MC’s 81. Shooter Lauren Walker was right behind them with 15 points. Independence’s Milton went for 20 points but it was not enough to hold the Mavericks. Mallard Creek goes on to play in Round 3 on Saturday at home.

NEWTON-CONOVER 71, BANDYS 28

Newton-Conover -- 20 16 19 16 -- 71

Bandys -- 10 4 11 3 -- 28

Newton-Conover -- Chyna Cornwell 25pts 17 reb, Grace Loftin 24, Jahlea Peters 10, Aaliah Walton 7, Cassidy Geddes 4, Mia Powell 1

Bandys -- Toni Laney 10, Logan Dutka 8, Caroline McIntash 6, Macy Rummage 2, Laci Paul 2

NW GUILFORD 53, HOPEWELL 42

Hopewell -- 10 10 13 9 -- 42

NWG -- 14 6 16 17 -- 53

Hopewell -- Wall 2, C. McManus 2, Lawson 3, Caldwell 9, Finger 17, Cunningham 9

PROVIDENCE 56 HICKORY RIDGE 46

PROVIDENCE - 15 12 12 17 = 56

HICKORY RIDGE -12 11 6 17 = 46

PHS: Nyla McGill 13, Amari Davis 20, Cameron Mulkey 6, Eva Butler 7, Kendall Webb 6, Marlow Chapman 2, Audrey Lytle 2

HRHS: Calhoun 12, Lampe 1, Ferne 14, Lewis 9, Walters 10

Notable: McGill 7 rebounds, 9 assists and 5 steals and had her 1000th point AND her 500th assist. She has already recorded over 500 career rebounds as well. Eva Butler went 7-8 from the line down the stretch to secure the win. Amari Davis also had 10 rebounds.

Records: Providence 24-2, moves onto Round 3 of the NCHSAA playoffs!

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