11/22/06 — Southern Wayne girls collect season-opening victory

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Southern Wayne girls collect season-opening victory

By News-Argus Staff
Published in Sports on November 22, 2006 1:47 PM

SMITHFIELD -- Lynneshia Leonard scored a game-high 18 points leading Southern Wayne to a 50-41, come-from-behind victory over Smithfield-Selma in non-conference play Tuesday evening.

The Saints trailed by 11 at the half, but rallied to pull within two -- 32-30 -- at the end of the third-quarter.

Southern Wayne outscored the Spartans 20-9 in the final period.

Shakoria Clark added 16 points, including going a perfect 10 for 10 from the foul line for the Saints.

Southern Wayne (1-0) plays host to Triton on Monday.

Greene Central slips

past C.B. Aycock

SNOW HILL -- A second-half rally gave Greene Central a 44-41 non-conference victory over C.B. Aycock on Tuesday evening.

After leading 20-15 at the half, the Rams mounted a run to tie the contest at 28-28 at the end of the third quarter. Greene Central later pulled ahead in the fourth for the final margin.

"The girls worked hard the whole game," said C.B. Aycock coach Carrie Reynell. "We're forcing a lot of turnovers, however, we're still forcing quite a few passes and turning the ball over a little too much right now."

Bridgette Briggs led the Golden Falcons (0-3) with 13 points and four rebounds while Chantel Gaines added six points, nine rebounds and five steals.

Varsity boys

Rams double up

Golden Falcons

SNOW HILL -- Greene Central jumped out to a 24-2 lead in the first-quarter and never looked back, pounding C.B. Aycock 84-42 in non-conference play Tuesday night.

The Golden Falcons (0-3) were led by Jordan Riley, who scored 12 points.

C.B. Aycock returns to action Nov. 28 when they visit Clayton.

JV boys

Chargers 'D'

bothers Knights

Wayne Country Day forced 38 turnovers defensively and cruised past Terra Ceia 63-29 on Tuesday.

Brandon Davis scored a game-high 29 points and Stone Stuart added 13 for the Chargers (1-0) who next travel to Wayne Christian on Nov. 28.