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Salisbury boys crush East Davidson, 66-22

Staff report

SALISBURY — Salisbury’s boys basketball team left no doubt, hammering East Davidson here Friday night, 66-22.

Salisbury is now 10-4 and 3-1 in the Central Carolina Conference. The Golden Eagles fall to 3-15 and 1-4.

The Hornets led at halftime, 48-16, and continued the onslaught until the running clock began with a 40-point lead at the end of the third period.

East Davidson did not score in the fourth quarter and without a 3-pointer from Elijah Moss, the Hornets’ wouldn’t have either.

Salisbury senior wing Will Leckonby led the scoring with 14 points — four 3-pointers and a regular bucket.

Trell Baker followed with 11 points while Zae Harris contributed nine and Tre Oats added eight points.

Salisbury returns to action tonight against North Rowan in a game scheduled at Catawba College’s Goodman Gym.

EAST DAVIDSON (22) — Geren, Bolinsky, Hilbourn, Riggs 2, Schultheiss 3, Hale, Barrett 13, Warrick 2, Jacobs, Waldroup, Jones 2, McIntire.

SALISBURY (66) — Oats 8, Harris 9, Baker 11, Leckonby 14, Moss 3, Goodlett 2, Gill, Davis 2, Robinson 7, McClellan, Fisher 4, Holmes 6.

E. Davidson         10       6      6    0 — 22

Salisbury              20    28    15    3 — 66

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