Girls basketball roundup
By News-Argus Staff
Published in Sports on December 4, 2005 2:13 AM
NEWTON GROVE -- Clare Narron scored a game-high 18 points as the Rosewood Eagles improved to 2-0 with a 71-29 triumph at Hobbton on Friday night.
After leading 12-8 after one quarter of play, Rosewood outscored the home team 31-2 in the second quarter to put the game out of reach.
"I thought they really played well in the first half and did a really very, very good job of rebounding the basketball," Rosewood coach Jerry Narron said. "Kasey Gray and Stephanie Rhoades were outstanding in the middle for us and Shanita Monroe and Kacie Braswell did a great job defensively."
Courtney Hill added 16 points for the Eagles.
Shalelia Williams scored 11 to lead Hobbton.
Rosewood hosts Lakewood on Tuesday.
Rosewood 12 31 9 19 -- 71
Hobbton 8 2 11 8 -- 29
Courtney Hill 16, Shanita Monroe 8, Stephanie Rhoades 6, Clare Narron 18, Mary Jo Moore 2, Haley Meadows 5, Kacie Braswell 9, Kasey Gray 7.
Shalelia Williams 11, Tracy Williams 9, Morgan Ferrell 7, Megan Roberts 2.
in double OT
CLAYTON -- Charles B. Aycock's Emily Stewart tallied a double-double with 12 points and 12 rebounds as the Golden Falcons suffered a 34-33 loss in double overtime at Clayton.
In a low scoring contest, Aycock (3-2) scored 16 points in the first period, only to manage just 17 total points in the final five periods, including the two overtime periods.
Clayton's Kasie Moore, who finished with 15 points, knocked down two-of-two at the stripe with 12 seconds left to give her team the 34-33 lead. The Falcons got three shots from near the basket in the waning seconds, but each came up empty as the Comets held on at home.
Quaneisha Milner added nine points for Aycock, while Erin Medford pulled down 11 rebounds.
Aycock hosts Wilson Fike on Tuesday.
C.B. Aycock 16 8 2 2 3 2 -- 33
Clayton 8 5 8 7 3 3 -- 34
C.B. AYCOCK (3-2)
Emily Stewart 12, Quaneisha Milner 9, Jazzmine Lee 4, Jasmine Dobbins 4, Erin Medford 2, Shantel Gaines 2.
Kasie Moore 15, Millie Lackey 5, Chelsea Sanders 5, Lindsey Moore 4, Kristen Alford 3, Porscha Armwood 2.
Cochran leads Midway
past Spring Creek
SPIVEY'S CORNER -- Midway outscored Spring Creek in every quarter as the home team beat the Gators 52-27.
Lauren Cochran scored 14 of her game-high 23 points in the first quarter for Midway.
Brittani Billups had nine points and 10 rebounds for Spring Creek, while Tomeka Pride added eight points and five boards.
Spring Creek will host Union on Tuesday.
Spring Creek 8 8 4 7 -- 27
Midway 17 11 15 9 -- 52
Sara Parks 2, Brianna Edwards 2, Tomeka Pride 8, Vanity Brooks 2, Brittani Billups 9, Shaquita Brooks 2, Maura Phipps 2.
Jessica Griffin 13, Ashley Brewington 10, Talison Dawson 2, Lauren Cochran 23, Shannon Blanks 4.
improves to 3-1
Natalie Thibeaux scored 11 points and pulled down nine rebounds to lead Faith Christian past Tabernacle Christian School on Friday night, 38-28.
Faith Christian, which led 33-10 after three quarters, improved to 3-1 with the victory .
Elizabeth Clark added nine points, nine boards and five assists for Faith, with teammate Alissa Hill also chipping in nine points.
Faith 12 11 10 5 -- 38
Tabernacle 4 1 5 18 -- 28
FAITH CHRISTIAN (3-1)
Natalie Thibeaux 11, Elizabeth Clark 9, Alissa Hill 9, Lindsey Godwin 5, Renee Provencal 2, Amy Hill 2.
Meredith Kofkey 11, Brenna Harbin 10, Kaylin Harbill 3, Donavee Boulton 2, Virginia Luke 2.
suffers home loss
Wayne Christian's Brittany Sullivan and Brooke Norris collected 11 points each in the Eagles' 66-31 home loss to Cape Fear Christian in Carolina Christian 1-A Conference play on Friday.
Michelle Krug added six points and two assists for Wayne Christian, while Katie Daniels contributed seven rebounds and three blocks.
The Eagles (2-7, 1-2 CCC) travels to Faith Christian of Rocky Mount on Thursday.
Southern Wayne's Oteria Lee scored 20 points to lead the Saints to a 30-27 win over Goldsboro at the Cougar Den on Friday.
Southern Wayne improved to 1-2 overall, while the Cougars fell to 0-4.
Wayne Christian's Hanna Kaler posted 14 points and four rebounds as the Eagles remained unbeaten at 6-0 overall and 2-0 in Carolina Christian 1-A Conference play with a 39-13 win at home over Cape Fear Christian.
Jennifer Price added eight points and eight rebounds, while Charlie Ipock contributed seven points and three rebounds and Shelle Anderson had six points and six boards.
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