12/17/04 — Prep basketball

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By News-Argus Staff
Published in Sports on December 17, 2004 1:55 PM

PRINCETON -- Princeton's Karter Yutzy scored 20 points -- well of over half of his team's offensive output -- in a 35-31 win at home over Holly Ridge Dixon on Thursday.

The win improves the Bulldogs to 5-3 overall heading into tonight's game at home with Louisburg.

Jordan Davis led Dixon, which scored just one point in the second period, with 13 points.

Holly Ridge Dixon 6 1 11 23 -- 31

Princeton 7 10 5 13 -- 35


Jordan Davis 13, Casey Raynor 6, Devon Rhodes 5, Stacey Young 4, Michael Carter 3.


Karter Yutzy 20, Brandon Pate 7, Josh Thompson 4, Deandre Dublin 2, Tyler Worley 2.


Pate, Gainey pace Bulldogs

PRINCETON -- Princeton's Dustin Pate scored 12 points, while teammate Will Gainey added 11 in the Bulldogs' 62-53 win at home over Holly Ridge Dixon on Thursday.

Dixon's Shawn Neal led all scorers with 18 points.

Princeton (2-4) hosts Louisburg today.

Middle schools

Goldsboro boys 62, Spring Creek 29 -- Spring Creek's Tray King had 15 points and two rebounds, while Lucas Potter had 11 points and three blocks. The Gators fell to 4-4 overall on the season, but remain unbeaten in Division II at 4-0.


Gators' matmen prevail on the road

BEULAVILLE -- Spring Creek dominated the upper weights and eased past East Duplin 37-30 in a recently contested non-conference match.

Junior Molino (160 pounds), Antwon Greenfield (171), Billy Salazar (189), WesDenham (215) and heavyweight Orlando Rodriguez each recorded a pinfall.

Lower weights Darrin Straub (119) and Tyreek Moody (125) each earned a pin.

Team captain Tim Buckingham (152) won by forfeit.

Spring Creek, which picked up its second win, is scheduled to wrestle Saturday in the Wildcat Invitational at Bunn High School. First-round matches are scheduled to begin at 9 a.m.