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High school basketball: Friday’s girls roundup

From staff reports


SALISBURY — Salisbury’s girls took a two-game lead in the Central Carolina Conference race by beating South Rowan on Friday, 65-25.

Freshman Kyla Bryant scored a career-high 20 points. Senior Anayia Fulson scored 17, and freshman Jamecia Huntley added 14.

Salisbury (12-1, 9-0) shut out the Raiders (3-12, 2-7) in the first quarter, taking a 14-0 lead. It was 32-10 at halftime.

Salisbury holds a two-game lead over Ledford, North Davidson and West Davidson. Ledford beat North Davidson on Friday.

Sophomore Bethany Rymer scored 20 of South’s 25.

Salisbury plays North Rowan tonight at Catawba.

SOUTH (25) — Rymer 20, M. Chabala 3, P. Chabala 2, Moore, McGuire, Cherry, Redmon, Harrington, Perry, Harper, Mance.

SALISBURY (65) — Bryant 20, Fulson 17, Huntley 14, McCullough 8, Bolder 2, Mashore 2, Oats 2, Gibson, Morgan.

S. Rowan     0     10    9    6    — 25

Salisbury   14      18   18  15   — 65



DENTON — Freshman Kamora Cannie topped 20 points for the second time this week, pouring in 23 as North Rowan won at South Davidson, 58-40.

North (10-4, 6-1) is in second place, behind Gray Stone, in the Yadkin Valley Conference. South Davidson fell to 2-10, 2-4.

Cannie, who is averaging 11.9 points per game, added seven steals and four assists.

Hannah Wilkerson had a double-double with 11 points and 12 rebounds. She also had four steals and four assists.

Natavia Taborn had 10 points, six steals and four assists.

Makiya McDaniel had eight points, while Kimya Lynch pulled down six rebounds.

North led 35-24 at halftime.

North Rowan plays Salisbury tonight at Catawba.

NORTH SCORING — Cannie 23, Wilkerson 11, Taborn 10, McDaniel 8, Lynch 4, Robbins 2.

N. Rowan    20   15   12   11    — 58

S. Davidson 11   13   6    10    — 40



A.L. Brown’s girls rallied from a 14-point deficit and beat Concord at Bullock Gym, 48-44, in South Piedmont Conference play.

Jaliah Smoutherson scored 23 to lead the Wonders. Jala Campbell scored 14. Kaylee Yow made a clinching free at the end.

Concord           25    4   10   5   — 44

A.L. Brown    11       8   10  19  — 48


Davie’s girls lost to West Forsyth in Central Piedmont Conference action, 60-16.

London Dirks scored six for the War Eagles (0-15 0-2). Shakira Baskerville scored 24 for the Titans (9-4, 2-0).

W. Forsyth   24    17   13    6    — 60

Davie            3       1      5     7    — 16


Central Cabarrus romped against Robinson, 62-23, in a South Piedmont Conference game.

Aniyah Tate led the Vikings (10-5, 1-0) with 21 points and 11 rebounds and surpassed 1,000 career points.

Ja’el Miller added 17 points and seven assists. Demi Case scored 13.


Hickory Ridge (6-8) lost to Butler, 65-41, despite 13 points each by Jasmine Fearne and Kennedy Calhoun.

Michaela Lane scored 24 for the Bulldogs (8-7).


Emily Hege scored 27 points for North Davidson in a 58-54 Central Carolina Conference loss to Ledford.















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