Avery breaks record

Published 12:00 am Friday, January 24, 2014

Radford’s Ayana Avery made eight 3-pointers in a 73-62 loss to High Point on Thursday.
Avery, West Rowan’s all-time leading scorer, was playing close to home and in front of a crowd that included about 20 friends and relatives.
The junior broke the Radford record for 3s with an amazingly accurate night on the road. She was 8-for-11 on triples and finished with a career-high 26 points. She’s scored 20 or more points five times this season.
A story on Avery will be in Monday’s edition.
Southeast’s third-seeded girls beat top seed North Rowan 35-31 to win the eighth-grade tournament held at Corriher-Lipe.
Olivia Gabriel led the Patriots with 16 points and five rebounds. Maren Shumaker had points, 12 rebounds and three blocks. Shaleah Jolly had six points and six rebounds). Alexandra Linder had six rebounds.
Payton Robertson, Taylor Hairston, Paige Eagle, Sarah Musselwhite, Julia Stockwell and Samantha Sebastian helped win the championship.
• Southeast’s top-seeded boys defeated No 2 seed Knox 53-52 to win the eighth-grade tournament.
Elijah Moss had 12 points and eight rebounds for the Patriots. Cameron Prugh scored 11 points. Jemarius Hairston had 11 points, 10 rebounds and two blocks. Jailen Williams had eight points. Jay Wilkerson scored seven points. Jordan Oglesby and Cole Sifford also scored.
Salisbury Academy’s jayvee girls lost 30-24 to Community School of Davidson. Lila Harry led the Jaguars with nine points. Madelynn Castor scored six, and Bunny Showfety had five.
• Salisbury Academy’s jayvee boys rallied but lost 42-30 to Community School of Davidson. Charlie Barr scored 10 points. Mitch Jeter had six points, while Hank Robins had five.
Thirty-one GARS members played at Warrior earlier this week.
Low ‘A’ Flight player with a net of 62.87 was David Wilson. Low ‘B’ Flight player with a net of 67.18 was Reid Bradshaw. Low ‘C’ Flight player with a net of 68.83 was Windsor Eagle. Harold Caudill had a net of 65.27 and was the low ‘D’ Fight player.

East Rowan’s baseball camp has been moved to Sunday. Defense camp is from 1-3. Pitching camp is from 3-5.
Hickory Ridge will join forces with Central Cabarrus to help save lives tonight .
Hickory Ridge will host the second annual “Be the Match” drive in memory of Todd Rose, the late brother of Hickory Ridge girls coach Tolonda Rose Simmons.
Anyone between the ages of 18 and 44 who attends the game will be able to sign up for the marrow donor registry or get more information about the program.