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Additional Area Sports Briefs

In the CCC tournament being held at Lexington, North Rowan’s girls will play Lexington in a 6 p.m. semifinal tonight.
The winner advances to play East Davidson for the championship at 6 p.m. on Friday.
Salisbury’s boys play an important seeding game tonight at 7:30 against West Davidson. The winner will be the league’s third seed for the state playoffs.
North Rowan and Lexington will play for the tournament championship and the league’s No. 1 playoff seed on Friday at 7:30 p.m.

In the SPC tournament tonight at Carson, the Cox Mill boys take on Hickory Ridge at 6 p.m. Carson battles Concord’s top-seeded boys at 7:30 p.m.
The Davie and A.L. Brown teams were eliminated from their tournaments in the first round.

Middle schools
Corriher-Lipe’s girls won 40-38 in overtime against Mooresville on a shot by Chrishea Massey. Janiya Downs had the assist on Massey’s game-winner and scored 22 points. Rhianna Kimmer scored 14 for the Yellow Jackets.
Somer Wilson scored 15 to lead the Imps, and Allie Noble had seven.
• West Rowan Middle’s boys (3-3) won 42-34 against China Grove.
Robert Caldwell led the Bulldogs with nine points, and DeVae Vaughn and Cole Hales scored eight apiece.
Jacob Perez and Anthony Chance scored six points, and Payne Stolsworth added five.
Samuel Wordsworth had six rebounds. Vaughn blocked five shots. Perez had three steals.
Jarius Bates had 15 for the Red Devils, and Andrew Jones scored seven,
West is at North Middle Thursday.
• West’s girls won 30-8 against China Grove.
Chantal Robinson scored 20 for the Bulldogs (2-4). Hannah Pratt had six points for West.
• Erwin’s boys won 50-28 against China Grove.
Christian Bennett scored 17 points for the Eagles (5-2). Gabe Hinceman scored 13, and Hunter Eagle added eight.
Jeff Bramblett led the Red Devils with nine points.

College tennis
Pfeiffer won 8-1 against Catawba’s women’s tennis team on Wednesday at Johnson Tennis Center.
Pfeiffer is 3-0. Catawba, which got a singles win from Alli Prior, is 6-6.

College basketball
Keshun Sherrill (West Rowan) had 12 points and seven assists and K.J. Sherrill had 10 points as GRU Augusta won 80-63 against Lander on Wednesday.

College baseball
Brett Huffman (West Rowan) had two RBIs for 15th-ranked UNC Pembroke in an 11-1 win against Barton on Wednesday.
Spencer Little League
Spencer Little league will be holding tryouts at the 8th Street Ballpark in Spencer on Saturday, Feb. 22, fom 9-3 for boys and girls, ages 4-15.
Registration is $75. This will be the last day to register for the spring season. Come join and help celebrate our 60th year providing youth baseball in our community.

Wednesday boxscores
MEN
LENOIR-RHYNE (53) — McClure 14, Jones 12, W. Perry 9, J. Perry 5, Noyes 4, Terrell 4, Watkins 2, Brown 2, Carter 1.
CATAWBA (49) — Little 16, Edwards 11, Arrington 10, Perkins 7, Warren 2, Ingram 2, Sampah 1, Byrd, Houston, Marijosius.

Lenoir-Rhyne 28 25 — 53
Catawba 27 22 — 49

WOMEN
LENOIR-RHYNE (62) — Gust 15, Charles 11, Patton 11, Katt 6, Awuronye 5, Bongiorno 3, Hiatt 2, Cooper 2, Phillips 2.
CATAWBA (55) — Bully 12, Ucinksi 11, McPhail 10, Ciric 5, Clay 5, Greer 4, Huntley 4, Dixon 2, Brown 2, Blackwell.

Lenoir-Rhyne 26 36 — 62
Catawba 29 26 — 55

MEN
LIVINGSTONE (90) — Thomas 17, Mayo 16, Hill 16, A. Welch 13, Bailey 11, Okam 8, D. Johnson 6, Dubose 3, C. Johnson, M. Johnson, Sanders.
ST. AUGUSTINE’S (89) — May 23, Stockdale 19, Crawley 15, Joliffe 13, Kindred 9, Hall 5, Saddler-Mee 3, Gaskins 2.

Livingstone 29 53 8 — 90
St. Augustine’s 44 38 7 — 89
WOMEN
LIVINGSTONE (54) — Daniels 19, Evans 12, Foster 7, Walker 6, Hicks 6, Holloway 4, York, Swain.
ST. AUGUSTINE’S (66) — Walton 19, Rouse 16, McCombs 10, Spencer 6, Wilson 5, Barnett 4, Jacobs 4, Allen 2.

Livingstone 34 20 — 54
St. Augustine’s 31 35 — 66

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