Boys hoops roundup
By News-Argus Staff
Published in Sports on December 1, 2004 1:55 PM
Rosewood's Danny Langston scored 14 points as the Eagles emerged with a 56-47 win in their season opener at home against Midway.
Antell Richards added 12 points for Rosewood, which jumped out to a 23-12 lead after the first quarter.
Dennis Williams paced Midway with 11 points, while teammate Josh Crumpler chipped in 10 points.
Rosewood travels to face Midway on Thursday.
Midway 12 12 4 19 -- 47
Rosewood 23 10 8 15 -- 56
Dustin Overman 7, Matt Howell 6, Kyle Bunn 8, Danny Langston 14, Antell Richards 12, Holt Rains 5, Kyle Grey 4.
Josh Crumpler 10, Josh Andrade 9, Jeremy Spears 6, Shawn Bateman 2, James Owens 5, Jeremy Craig 4, Dennis Williams 11.
Faith Christian's Stephen Sloan poured in 24 points as the Conquerors dropped Liberty of Durham 65-45 on Tuesday at home.
Faith improved to 5-0 on the season heading into the Faith Invitational Tournament this weekend.
T.J. Sasser scored 12 points, while Erin Sladik contributed 11 points and Josh Brannan added 10 points. Mike Fortner scored 15 to lead Liberty.
Liberty 18 7 9 11 -- 45
Faith 25 15 13 12 _ 65
Steven Sloan 24, T.J. Sasser 12, Erin Sladik 11, John Spencer 5, Josh Brannan 10, Freddy Ignot 1, William Smith 2.
Mark Fortner 15, Keith Hall 14.
SNOW HILL -- Greene Central's Teddie Waters recorded 22 points as the Rams edged Ayden-Grifton 54-53 in Snow Hill on Tuesday.
The win improved Greene Central to 5-0 on the season.
Jonathan Gage added 11 points for the Rams, who travel to Farmville Central on Friday.
Ayden-Grifton's Robbie Phillips led the Chargers with 21 points.
Ayden-Grifton 6 20 14 13 -- 53
Greene Central 9 13 15 17 -- 54
Robbie Phillips 21, Hunter Jackson 3, Justin Stepps 6, Chris Dixon 2, Jecol Edwards 7, Leon May 9, Josh Crean 2, Glen Edwards 3.
Kenny Smith 4, Teddie Waters 22, Dreyan Willis 8, Jonathan Gage 11, Charles Gamble 9.
The Greenville Reflector
GREENVILLE -- Wayne Christian's Daniel Chewning and Antonio Sims scored 12 points each in the Eagles 72-40 loss at Trinity Christian of Greenville on Tuesday.
Trinity (5-0) was led by Joey Rieg, who scored 16 points.
Wayne Christian hosts Cape Fear on Friday.
Wayne Christian 18 4 4 14 -- 40
Trinity Christian 17 16 19 20 -- 72
Daniel Chewning 12, Antonio Sims 12, Jonathan Greene 4, Kyle Pender 2, Jordan Yelverton 8, J.P Hightower 2.
Josh Horne 2, Josh Harris 15, David Boyd 7, Chris Wallace 14, Justin Harris 10, Drew Cooper 4, Joey Rieg 16, Andrew Jansen 4.
The Greenville Reflector
Dixon at home
North Duplin's Matt Braswell scored 23 points, including three, 3-pointers, as the Rebels toppled Holly Ridge Dixon 64-38 on Tuesday at home.
The Rebels (1-0) also got 14 points from Montreal Garner and eight points from Charlton Armwood.
Jordan Davis paced Dixon with 12 points.
North Duplin travels to Hobbton Friday night.
Dixon 7 14 10 7 -- 38
North Duplin 10 21 21 12 -- 64
Jordan Davis 12, Casey Raynor 10.
Matt Braswell 23, Ryan Killette 4, Brad Lloyd 6, Charlton Armwood 8, Montreal Garner 14, Doug Lloyd 2, Jonathan Lewis 1, Travis Dubois 2, Sterling Grice 2, Brian McDuffy 2.
CBA against rival
Charles B. Aycock's Brandon Haynes posted a game-high 32 points in the Falcons' 66-60 win at Goldsboro on Tuesday.
It was the Class 3-A Eastern Carolina Conference opener for both teams.
Dontay Taylor added 14 points for Aycock (2-2, 1-0 ECC). Anthony Artis paced Goldsboro with 19 points. Michael Isler provided 14 points for the Cougars, while Treme Boone dropped in 12.
The Falcons host Wilson Beddingfield today, while Goldsboro entertains West Craven on Friday.
Rosewood's Clarence Toran led his team with 10 points to help propel the Eagles to a 44-31 victory at home over Midway in their season opener.
Stephen McIntyre added eight points for the Eagles (1-0), who travel to face Midway on Thursday.
CALYPSO -- North Duplin's Chris Graham scored 13 points in the Rebels' 47-38 win at home over Holly Ridge Dixon on Tuesday.
Trrell Midgette added 10 points for North Duplin, who travels to Hobbton on Friday.
Goldsboro's T.J. Kornegay scored 16 points, while teammate A.J. Flowers added 15 points in a 63-30 win at Charles B. Aycock on Tuesday.
It was the first game of the season for the Cougars' ninth-grade team.
Goldsboro (1-0) travels to Rocky Mount on Dec. 7.
Norwayne boys 37, Greenwood 23 -- Tyheim Pitt led Norwayne's scoring, while Brendan Barnett had eight points for Greenwood. Norwayne (3-0, 1-0) hosts Mount Olive Thursday.
Goldsboro boys 45, Brogden 16 -- Goldsboro's Javaris Simmons scored 19 points to lead his team. Goldsboro (3-0) hosts Dillard next on Thursday at Goldsboro High.
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