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Area sports briefs: Catawba hoops headed to Hickory

From staff reports
Catawba travels to Lenoir-Rhyne tonight for a SAC hoops doubleheader.
The women’s game is set for 6 p.m., with the men’s game to follow.
Catawba’s men are 4-2, and the Bears are 1-4. Catawba’s women are 3-2, and the L-R women are 3-1.
n West presale tickets
Advance tickets for West Rowan’s Western 3A final playoff football game will be sold Thursday and Friday in the school office. The price is $7. The price at the gate will also be $7.
If West wins and makes the state championship game on Dec. 12, advance tickets will be $9 at the office on Wednesday, Thursday and Friday of next week. Championship game tickets at the gate will be $10.
n Salisbury buses
Salisbury High will have two activity buses ó one parent bus and one student bus ó making the trip to Newton-Conover for Friday’s 2AA state semifinal. The charge for transportation and a game ticket is $12.
Sign-up and payment must be made in the main office at Salisbury High no later than 3 p.m. on Thursday. Bus riders should meet at the SHS gym parking lot Friday at 5:30 p.m.
– Advance tickets to the game will be on sale at the school office Wednesday and Thursday from 11 a.m.-1 p.m. and 3-5 p.m. On Friday, tickets will be sold only until 1 p.m.
Advance tickets cost $7. Cost at the gate will be $8.n All-CPC
Davie’s K.K. Brake and Carmen Grubb made the All-CPC girls golf team.
Davie’s Brad Deal was named to the All-CPC soccer team.
Davie’s Costner Merrifield and Brittani Stewart were named to the All-CPC volleyball team.
Davie’s Allie Billings and Lauren Gryder made the All-CPC tennis team. Davie’s Sandra Boyette was named Coach of the Year.
Davie’s Anna McBride and Caitlin Tutterow made the All-CPC girls cross country team.
n Catawba volleyball
Catawba’s Mai Zoua Lo was named to the first team AVCA All-Southeast Region team, and Shay Meeks was honorable mention.
n Pfeiffer basketball
Pfeiffer’s Devona Knight was named Conference Carolinas Player of the Week for women’s basketball.
n Knight had 13 points and 14 rebounds for Pfeiffer in a 79-49 victory against Converse on Tuesday. Brittany Cox led the Falcons (2-3, 2-0) with 20 points.
n North boosters
The North Rowan High School booster club will hold its December meeting on Monday at 7 p.m. in the school library. Parents are encouraged to attend. For additional info, contact Mark Jennings at (704) 213-2491.
n Middle school hoops
North Rowan won 66-29 over West Rowan in eighth-grade boys basketball.
The leading scorers for North were Michael Bowman (18 points), Mike Connor (15), Jaquan Boyd (eight), Justin Kimber (eight) and Kasaun Coney (six).
The leading scorers for West were Daisean Reddick (12) and Broderick Avery (eight).
n Campbell tourney
The fifth annual Jack Campbell Memorial Hoops Classic at Sacred Heat netted $568, with funds going to the Campbell Scholarship Fund.
Jack’s classmate and teammate Trey Wingerson presented the proceeds to Jack’s mother, Cam. Forty-two former Sacred Heart athletes competed in the alumni game.n Banks Fisher had 18 points to lead the White team to a 32-29 overtime victory over the Blue team in the co-ed middle school game. Yonathan Sorto scored 11 points for the Blues.
n Kelly Dulkoski had 14 points to lead her team to a 38-34 overtime win in the ladies alumni game. Rachel Hicks and Alison Sobataka led the other team with 10 points each.
n In the male alumni game, Philip Tonseth (18), Connor Miller (12), Kevin Burges (10) and Randy Almeida (10) led the Yellow team to a 58-49 win. James Kyger (16), Johnny Kyger (14) and Jay Duke (10) led the other team.Former and current coaches Tom Barrios, Derron Dulkoski, Steve Fisher, Mark Dinse and Art Reilly, Sacred Heat dean Franke Cardelle, pastor John Putnam and volunteers Robin Fisher, Diana Storey, Nancy Gokey, Lisa Sobataka, Carlos Mendez, Josh Honeycutt and Terry Sippell helped stage the event. Missing this year was Ben Betner, a Green Berets sergeant serving in Iraq.n Warrior Golf scrambleWarrior Golf Club will hold its two-man Texas scramble from Dec. 5-6.
The entry fee is $120 per team (Warrior platinum members), $140 per team (Warrior gold members) $160 per team (Warrior bronze, silver, and senior members) and $200 per team (non-members)
Entry fee includes green fee, complementary cart, range balls Saturday and Sunday and a breakfast buffet Sunday morning. Entries are open to the first 64 paid teams.
Teams will be flighted after the first round. There will be eight flights with eight teams in each flight. All ties for flights will be played off on the card.
Saturday’s first round is a 9 a.m. shotgun start. Sunday’s breakfast begins at 7 a.m. with a 9 a.m. shotgun start.
Gift certificates will be awarded to first and second place in each flight.

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