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High school basketball: Wonders fall to 0-2

A.L. Brown’s Kheni Briggs defends against East Rowan’s David Jordan in a game last season. Photo by Wayne Hinshaw, for the Salisbury Post.

 

Staff report

KANNAPOLIS — West Cabarrus held a foul-plagued Kheni Briggs to nine points and beat A.L. Brown 69-62 on Saturday in Bullock Gym.

West Cabarrus (2-0) got 15 points from Jaylan Jackson.

The Wolverines stormed to a 34-20 halftime lead.

Briggs, who had 10 rebounds, fouled out early in the fourth quarter. The Wonders (0-2) made their strongest run without him and put up 27 points in the final quarter, but the Wolverines held them off for another South Piedmont Conference win.

Ja’lan Chambers and Koby Scott scored 19 each for A.L. Brown.

The Wonders hope to get point guard CJ Wilson back soon. Their next scheduled game is against Robinson on Thursday. Central Cabarrus is next for West Cabarrus.

 

W. CABARRUS (69) — Jackson 15, Evans 13, Atkins 11, Lowery 9, Minard 7, Henry 5, Mathews 5, Jean-Pierre 4.

A.L. BROWN (62) — J. Chambers 19, Scott 19, Briggs 8, Chajon 8, Harris 5, Watkins 4, Anthony 2, X. Chambers 1.

W. Cabarrus  14   20  16  19  — 69

A.L. Brown     7    13   15  27  — 62

 

 

 

 

 

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