By News-Argus Staff
Published in Sports on December 9, 2004 1:55 PM
CLINTON -- Spring Creek's Josh Bishop scored a game-high 32 points, shooting eight-of-12 from three-point range as the Gators dropped Union 67-65 on Wednesday.
Cliff Wilson added 14 points, including four three's, while Chris Wright scored 10 and dished out nine assists. Mychael King provided a solid game down in the post with 10 points and nine rebounds.
For the game, the Gators (5-1) shot a whopping, 31 three-pointers and made 14.
"It was a game of surges and we surged last," Spring Creek coach Sonny Kilpatrick said.
Rodleck Beatty led Union (1-2) with 21 points.
Spring Creek hosts Union on Monday.
Spring Creek 67
Josh Bishop 32, Cliff Wilson 14, Chris Wright 10, Mychael King 10, Dalreese Bell 1.
Rodleck Beatty 21, Dedrick Stringfield 12, Dusty Weeks 11, Antonio McCoy 8, Zach Honeycutt 7, Lamont Lamb 4, Lorenzo Becton 3, Alfred Williams 2.
in road loss
LITTLEFIELD -- Princeton's Karter Yutzy scored a game-high 20 points as the Bulldogs suffered a 66-46 loss at Ayden-Grifton on Wednesday in a Class 1-A Carolina Conference game.
Brandon Pate added 11 points for the Bulldogs (3-3 overall), who fell to 0-2 against conference foes.
Nursing a handful of injuries, Princeton kept the game close and trailed just 30-25 midway through the third quarter.
"We just ran out of gas," Princeton coach Jeff Davis said.
Ayden-Grifton (1-5, 1-0 Carolina) was led by Robbie Phillip with 16 points.
Princeton hosts Union on Friday in non-conference play, while the Chargers travel to Rosewood.
Princeton 10 6 16 14 -- 46
Ayden-Grifton 14 11 22 19 -- 66
Karter Yutzy 20, Brandon Pate 11, Josh Thompson 9, Deandre Dublin 2, Patrick Bunch 2, Tyler Worley 2.
Robby Phillips 16, Hunter Jackson 10, J. Edwards 9, C. Dixon 8, G. Edwards 6, M. Eubanks 5, J. Greene 6, M. Baker 2, J. Stepps 2, K. Lee 2.
CLINTON -- Spring Creek's Brittani Billups emerged as the lone, double-digit scorer with 10 points in a 50-31 loss at Union on Wednesday in a non-conference game.
The loss drops the Gators to 0-5 overall as they failed to score in the first quarter and shot just four-of-17 from the free-throw line on the game.
"We played with Union the other three quarters, but when you are down by 17 all we were doing is playing catch-up," she said.
Spring Creek returns to action on Monday at home against Union.
Spring Creek 0 9 6 15 -- 31
Union 17 7 11 15 -- 50
Erica Evans 2, Candace Phillips 1, Alex Garner 2, Anna Potter 2, Tomeka Pride 4, Margo Sauter 2, Vanity Brooks 1, Patryce Pounds 2, Brittani Billups 10, Troia Morgan 5.
Markeisha Beatty 10, Lynn Kanier 3, Beambley Stanley 5, Roxanne Palmer 8, Jennifer Bright 18, Kim West 6.
LITTLEFIELD -- Princeton's Nicole Hargis scored six points in the Bulldogs 36-23 loss at Ayden-Grifton on Wednesday.
The Chargers were led by Keke Pugh's 13 points and Teairra Johnson's 12 points.
Princeton hosts Union in a non-conference game on Friday. Ayden-Grifton travels to Rosewood on Friday.
Princeton 2 6 6 9 -- 23
Ayden-Grifton 2 13 10 11 -- 36
Stephanie Daughtry 5, Nicole Hargis 6, Brittany Davis 2, Brittany Rose 4, C.C. Sanders 2, Tiesha Williams 2, Cynthia Pegin 2.
Shannon Quinerly 4, Jasmine Cox 5, Lindsay Unruh 2, Keke Pugh 13, Teairra Johnson 12.
The Greenville Reflector
SNOW HILL -- Greene Central's Teketia May poured in 17 points to help the Rams defeat D.H. Conley at home on Tuesday.
Briana Stanton added 14 points for the Rams (5-2), who travel to Wilson Fike today.
Hannah Marsh scored 19 points to pace the Vikings.
D.H. Conley 11 13 9 11 -- 44
Greene Central 6 11 9 23 -- 49
Hannah Marsh 19, Jamie Hardee 16
Teketia May 17, Briana Stanton 14, Natasha Williams 5, Diandra Tyson 5, Oriel Rodgers 4, April Jones 2, Shennika King 2.
wins in double OT
SEVEN SPRINGS -- Spring Creek's David Harris scored 23 points as the Gators defeated North Duplin 58-49 in two overtimes on Tuesday.
Kevin Winn added 16 points for Spring Creek.
North Duplin's Chris Graham posted 18 points, while teammate Terrell Medgette provided 16.
ROCKY MOUNT -- Goldsboro's A.J. Holloway scored 18 points as the Cougars handed Rocky Mount a 72-48 win at the Gryphons' gymnasium on Tuesday.
T.J. Kornegay scored 17 points, while A.J. Fowler added 12 points for the Cougars.
Goldsboro hosts Jacksonville on Friday.
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