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By News-Argus Staff
Published in Sports on December 13, 2005 1:59 PM

PRINCETON -- Princeton's Patrick Bunch had a team-best 11 points as the Bulldogs managed just 25 points through three quarters in a 59-46 loss to Lakewood on Monday at home.

Adam Williams added nine points for the Bulldogs (3-5), while Will Gainey chipped in eight.

Lakewood's Zach Faircloth led all scorers with 21 points.

Princeton hosts the Eastern N.C. School for the Deaf today at home.

Lakewood 16 8 23 12 -- 59

Princeton 9 8 8 21 -- 46


Zach Faircloth 21, Joe Warson 11, Willie Williams 11, J. Owens 6, J. Warren 5, E. Williams 2, D. Williams 2, N. Anderson 2.


Patrick Bunch 11, Adam Williams 9, Will Gainey 8, Josh Holmes 5, Taylor Lane 4, Ryan Daughtry 3, Andrew Cobb 2, Michael Radford 1, Adam Nethercutt 1, Josh Barefoot 1.

Middle schools

Greenwood boys 56, Grantham 28 -- Matthew Houston led Greenwood with 15 points. Justin Grady paced Grantham with eight points. Greenwood (1-3) travels to Rosewood on Thursday, while Grantham travels to Goldsboro.

Norwayne boys 52, Mount Olive 28 -- Norwayne's Tyler Ruffin tallied 11 points, while Connor Narron, Shepard Whitfield and Tyheim Pitt chipped in eight points each for the Cobras (4-0). Justin Artis led all scorers with 18 for Mount Olive (3-1). Norwayne hosts Eastern Wayne on Thursdsay, while Mount Olive travels to Brogden.

Dillard boys 39, Rosewood 16 -- Dillard's Terry Moore led his team with 11 points, while Demetrio Irby added 10. Braddock Gross pulled down 12 rebounds for Dillard (3-1), which hosts Spring Creek on Thursday. Rosewood hosts Greenwood on Thursday.

Eastern Wayne boys 70, Spring Creek 10 -- Eastern Wayne's Hassan Best had 20, while Will White added 14 points. Dominque Sadler chipped in 12 rebounds. Landon Case dished out seven assits and five steals. Kenneth Freeman led Spring Creek with three points. Eastern Wayne (4-0) travels to Norwayne on Thursday, while Spring Creek travels to Dillard.

Norwayne girls 36, Mount Olive 18 -- Beth Carter led the way for Norwayne with 19 points as teammate Courtney Sheeks added 12. Mount Olive's Starshena Troublefield had 10 points. Norwayne (3-1) hosts Eastern Wayne on Thursday, while Mount Olive (1-3) travels to Brogden.

Greenwood girls 45, Grantham 26 -- Greenwood's Tia Jones had a game-high 13 points, while teammates Danielle Daniels and Tiarra McIntyre posted 11 points each and Ayanna Albertson added 10. Kayla Powell led Grantham with 12 points. Greenwood (4-0) travels to Rosewood on Thursday, while Grantham travels to Goldsboro.