Area Sports Briefs

Davie County’s boys basketball team lost 62-38 to Reagan in the War Eagles’ CPC opener on Tuesday.

Peyton Sell scored 16 points for the War Eagles. Holden Poole and J.Q. Dalton scored six apiece.


• Aubriana Peebles scored 18 points to lead Davie’s girls to a 49-37 CPC win against Reagan.

Ashlyn Hampton scored 12 points.

• Cox Mill topped Northwest Cabarrus 62-57 in SPC boys action.

YMCA Warriors

The Hurley YMCA Warriors competed in the AAU Cross Country National Championships in Fort Gordon, Ga.

Eli Julian placed second in the 8-under boys division, and many Warriors had personal records.

1K girls, 6-under

Hope Julian, 4th,6:17.31

1K boys, 6-under

Jason Burroughs, 6th, 7:09.69

2K girls, 8-under

Abigail Calvert, 42nd, 9:34.11

2K boys, 8-under

Eli Julian, 2nd, 7:47.87

3K, girls, age 9

Emma Calvert, 19th, 13;07.44

3K, boys, age 9

Matthew Burroughs, 17th,12:21.07; Nate Shaffer, 53rd, 14:00.61

3K, boys, age 10

Noah Julian, 29th, 12:11.94; Andrew Lanning, 65th, 13:54.22

3k, girls, age 11

Leah Cressler, 25th, 12:58.64

3K girls, age 12

Aubree Cain, 59th, 14:05.91

4K, boys, age 11

Nolan Miller, 51st, 12:22.04

4K, girls, age 13

Bess Bryan, 61st, 18:28.96

4K, boys, age 13

Andrew Burgess, 35th,14:57.29

4K, boys, age 14

Cade Harrill, 37th, 15:29.43

5K boys, ages 15-16

Cameron Butler, 50th,19:55.17; Dagan Williams, 56th, 20:11.02

College hoops

Livingstone’s Eric Mayo was named CIAA Newcomer of the Week for his effort against Morehouse that included 18 points and 10 rebounds.

College football

UNC Pembroke receiver Ben DeCelle (East Rowan) graduated Summa Cum Laude over the weekend.

• Wingate quarterback Robbie Nallenweg was a repeat winner of the South Atlantic Conference Scholar-Athlete of the Year Award for excellence in academics, athletics, service and leadership.


Salisbury Academy

Salisbury Academy’s jayvee boys won 39-22 against Summit Christian. Mitch Jeter led all scorers with 16 points, Charlie Barr added 15 points. Defensive pressure by the Jaguars (4-2) in the second half opened up a close game.

• Salisbury Academy’s jayvee girls lost 15-11 in a defensive battle. Lila Harry led the scoring for the Jaguars with seven points and also was the leading rebounder. Emma Shelby and Madelynn Castor led the defense. Taron Lilly and Brittney Ervin contributed points.

• Salisbury Academy’s varsity girls lost two close games to conference rivals, 21-18 to Sacred Heart and 26-23 to Statesville Christian. Maria Capito led the Jaguars in scoring and assists in both games with 10 and 15 points. Ellen Simons had 12 points in the two games. Ivy Overcash led the team in both games in rebounding and steals.

Jayvee hoops

East Rowan’s girls won 43-41 against Concord.

Brittany Small scored 17 points, Courtney Wagner had 11 for the Mustangs (4-1).

• East’s jayvee boys won 59-55 against Concord.

Logan Shuping scored 18 points. Datavian Davis had 14 points and 10 rebounds. Lukas Morton scored 10 points. Bravon Goodlett had nine.

• Davie’s jayvee girls won 33-18 against Reagan. K’lea Parks had 16 points. Jessie Beck had eight points and 10 rebounds.

Pfeiffer hoops

Mike Smith scored 23 points as Pfeiffer’s men rolled 96-66 against Barber-Scotia.

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