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By News-Argus Staff
Published in Sports on November 16, 2004 1:55 PM

Chargers open season with blowout win

Wayne Country Day's Spenser Briggs scored 21 points to pace seven players in double figures as the Chargers cruised past the North Carolina School for the Deaf 133-45 on Monday.

Oscar Ball added 18 points for the Chargers (1-0), while Adam Wright and Phillip Weeks posted 16 points each. Kevin Logan notched 14 points as Jeff Franklin (12) and Brian Brock (11) also reached double figures.

"We've got some depth and their attitudes are great," Wayne Country Day coach Randy Tilley said. "They are excited about what they think they can do. They work as hard in practice as any group I've ever had. The skies the limit for this crowd."

The Chargers host Greenville Christian today.

N.C. School for Deaf 7 4 19 15 -- 45

Wayne Country Day 40 36 22 35 -- 133


Spenser Briggs 21; Oscar Ball 18; Adam Wright 16; Phillip Weeks 16; Kevin Logan 14; Jeff Franklin 12; Brian Brock 11; Lamar Carpenter 6; Shadoe Stewart 6; Chris Sheinall 4; Cameron Strickland 4; David Wilson 2; Travis Davis 2; Alex Proimos 1.

Charger girls open top Hornets

Wayne Country Day's Tiara Brody scored a team-high 13 points as the Chargers rolled to a season-opening, 75-33 win over the North Carolina School for the Deaf on Monday.

Laura Ziemer added 12 points for WCDS (1-0), while Ellie Dubberly and Erin Taylor posted 10 points each.

The Chargers host Greenville Christian today.

N.C. School for Deaf 6 6 8 13 -- 33

Wayne Country Day 17 17 20 21 -- 75


Tiara Brody 13; Mimi Bridgers 7, Laura Ziemer 12, Ellie Dubberly 10; Christin Grubb 5; Georgia Crow 4; Erin Taylor 10; Molly Peacock 4; Amanda Knutson 2; Sammy Schurhammer 4; Bre Radford 4.

Middle School

Frink girls 19, Greene County 16 -- Frink's Marissa Lanier led the Cavaliers with nine points. Shawan Daniels paced Greene County with six points. Greene County (1-2) faces Woodington on Thursday.