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Moir tourney: Dec. 28-30

From staff reports
The Sam Moir Christmas Classic is set for Catawba’s Goodman Gym on Dec. 28-30.
Tournament pairings are based on winning percentage and won’t be finalized until the last pre-Christmas games are played on Dec. 22.
If Davie and Salisbury’s girls both enter the event unbeaten, the team with more wins will get the higher seed. In case of ties, the first tiebreaker is head-to-head. The second tiebreaker is a coin toss.
Admission is $6 per day.
Current standings are:
Girls ó 1. Salisbury (9-0); 2. Davie (7-0); 3. West Rowan (2-2); 4. North Rowan (2-3); 5. South Rowan (3-5); 6. Carson (2-7); 7. East Rowan (1-7).
Boys ó 1. Carson (8-1); 2. North (4-1); 3. Davie (6-3); 4. West (1-1); 5. Salisbury (2-3); 6. South (3-5); 7. East (2-5).n Davidson tourney
The annual NewBridge Bank Classic basketball tournament at Ledford will be a marathon starting on Dec. 26 and finishing Dec. 31.
The participating schools will be Central Davidson, East Davidson, Ledford, North Davidson, South Davidson, Southeast Guilford and West Davidson, plus Lexington’s girls.
Lexington’s boys are playing in the Frank Spencer Classic in Winston-Salem and won their opening game against Parkland.
– Shrine Bowl
The 73rd Annual Verizon Wireless Shrine Bowl is scheduled for Saturday at Wofford’s Gibbs Stadium in Spartanburg, S,C.
Kickoff is at 1 p.m.
West Rowan back K.P. Parks and defensive end Chris Smith are on the North Carolina team. West’s Scott Young is on the coaching staff.
– College basketball
Rio Grande’s Doug Campbell (Salisbury) shot 5-for-6 on 3-pointers and scored 22 points in a 91-84 victory against Mount Vernon Nazarene on Tuesday.
– Women’s basketball
UNC Asheville’s Katie Wise (South Rowan) had five rebounds and blocked a shot in a 56-38 loss against Georgia Southern on Wednesday.
* Catawba’s Taylor May (South) had three points and four rebounds in an 87-71 win against St. Paul’s on Wednesday.
* Guilford Tech’s DaQuondra Cuthbertson (North Rowan) is averaging 7.0 points and 7.3 rebounds for a 15-1 team.
– North Hills hoops
The North Hills elementary school girls topped Saint Mark’s 10-8 in overtime.
Madison Neismith had eight points and 19 rebounds for the Eagles.
* The North Hills elementary boys beat St. Mark’s 35-27.
Wes Fazia had 14 points and 15 rebounds. Garrett Beck added 10 points, while Grayson Whicker added five.
– 8th-grade hoops
North Rowan’s undefeated boys outscored Knox 78-70 on Thursday.
Mike Connor led the Mavericks with 28 points. Michael Bowman (12), Mike Bost (12) and Jai Winchester (10) also scored in double figures.
Tradis Wesley led the Trojans with 21 points. Phillip Thompson had 18, and Jaquez Finger scored 11.
* Erwin’s girls stayed unbeaten with a 47-33 win against visiting Southeast. Erwin (9-0, 7-0) won its 22nd straight regular-season game over two seasons behind the scoring of Lauren Thomas (16 points) and Karleigh Wike (15).
Wike had a triple-double with 10 rebounds and 11 blocked shots. Kendall Brown had six points and five assists, and Mariah Morgan grabbed seven rebounds.
Southeast (2-5) was led by Quanice Miller’s 13 points. Megan Gray scored nine.
* Southeast’s boys rolled against Erwin 77-37.
Seth Martin led the second-place Patriots with 16 points, while Devin Parks scored 15.
Darius Gabriel and Myquon Stout scored eight apiece. Chris Hassard and Tre Williams each scored seven, and Najee Tucker finished with six.
Erwin (1-8, 1-6) was led by Dock Corpening’s eight points and seven rebounds. Donte Means and Dalton Nelson scored six and five points, respectively.
– Salisbury Academy
Salisbury Academy’s girls lost twice in the Forsyth County Day Christmas Tournament. Isabella Rusher led the scoring, while Ann Rollins Johnson paced the Jaguars (4-4) in rebounding.Madeline Hoskins scored 12 points and Anna Flynn made two key late layups in SA’s close win against Concordia.
In a win against Covenant Christian, Hoskins scored 10 points, Alexandra Drye had nine and Johnson and Rusher scored six points apiece.
* Salisbury Academy’s boys beat Country Day 35-27 but lost to First Assembly in the championship game of the Forsyth Country Day Christmas Tournament. Lucas Capito led the Jaguars (5-3) in the tournament.
In a 36-25 win against Concordia, John Mark Petty had 12 points, while Coleman Bergsma had nine.
In a 42-37 win against North Hills, Petty had 17 points. Capito had nine, and John Latimer and Bergsma also had hot hands.
– Homeschool Stallions
The Cabarrus-Rowan Homeschool Stallions basketball teams played against Surry on Thursday.
The Cabarrus-Rowan middle school boys (8-2) rolled 55-15. Brandon Adams, Jared Armstrong and Coby Hansen scored eight points each for the Stallions.
* The Stallion varsity girls lost to Surry 52-43. Hannah Holm scored 19 points, while Helen Darden had eight.
* The Stallion varsity boys beat Surry 65-53. Matt Godley had 21 points, Caleb Dietz 10 and John Clay eight.
* Surry’s homeschoolers won the middle school girls game 35-18.
– West baseball camp
The West Rowan baseball camp scheduled for Saturday has been postponed because of the dismal weather forecast for this weekend.
The camp will be rescheduled.
– East youth baseball
East Rowan’s board of directors have voted to switched affiliations from Little League to Babe Ruth/Cal Ripken League baseball starting this spring.
– All-State soccer
Catawba’s Alaina Baird and Maria Borland and Pfeiffer’s Suzie Hinman and Alyssa Wombwell were named to the N.C. Collegiate Sports Information Association All-State team for women’s soccer.
– Catawba hoops camp
Catawba Basketball Christmas Camp for ages 5-15 will be held Dec. 22-24 at Catawba and Covenant Classical. For more information, go to www.e-timeout.com.
– Racquetball tourney
The annual racquetball tournament will be held at Salisbury Salisbury Civic Center Jan. 8 (5-9 p.m.) and Jan. 9 (9-12).
Entry cost is $20 for singles, $25 for both singles and doubles or $15 for doubles.
Contact Teri Shaw at 704-638-5275 or tshaw@salisburync.gov for information.

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