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Davie girls defeated

From staff reports

Davie County’s girls basketball team lost 51-42 to Mount Tabor after falling behind 34-12 in a CPC game.

The War Eagles (4-7, 1-2) rallied at home in the second half to make things closer. Meisha Fowler scored 15 points for Davie. Sarah Evans added 10.

Alix Sechrest and Rene Rector scored 14 apiece for the Spartans (8-2, 3-0).

Patriots sweep Erwin

Twins Ashia and Ayanna Holmes combined for 38 points as Southeast’s unbeaten eighth-grade girls basketball team beat Erwin 47-25 on Monday.

Demya Heggins had eight points for Southeast (7-0).

Erwin (4-4, 4-3) was led by Taylor Honeycutt with 14 points and Olivia Sabo with seven rebounds.

* Southeast’s boys won 46-41. Xavier Parks led the Patriots (2-5) with 18 points. Dylan Eagle scored 17.

Erwin (1-7, 1-6) was led by Jamey Blalock’s 11 points and eight rebounds and Luke Thomas’ 10 points and nine boards. Jordan Hopper had eight points.

North Hills falls to Fayetteville Street

The North Hills varsity girls basketball team lost 59-19 to Fayetteville Street. Johanna Tansey scored eight points for the Eagles. Skarlett Ross scored five.

* The North Hills boys lost 60-55 to Fayetteville.

Robert Powell scored 16 points for the Eagles. Ethan Marsh had 13 points. Garry Miller added 12.

Jaguars split with Statesville team

Salisbury Academy’s varsity boys basketball team defeated Statesville Christian 43-30. Clark Alcorn scored 12 points for the Jaguars (6-3, 2-1).

Statesville Christian defeated the SA girls 28-21. Hannah Coulter led the Jaguars (6-3, 2-1) with 11 points.

China Grove wrestlers beat West

China Grove’s wrestling team defeated West Rowan 60-30 on Monday. The Red Devils improved to 6-1.

Results are at the bottom of Scoreboard.

Catawba baseball skills camp

Catawba is offering an all-skills baseball showcase camp on Jan. 13 and 14 at Newman Park.

The two-day clinic allows high school prospects to showcase their talents and skills while receiving personal instruction from college coaches and professional scouts. The clinic is limited to ensure personal attention and instruction for each prospect. Contact the Catawba baseball office at 704-637-4250.

West YMCA basketball registration

West Rowan Y is registering players for boys basketball through Jan. 16. The programs are for boys grades 2-8. For information, contact John Peterson at 704-636-0111. Cost is $35 for members and $59 for non-members.

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