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High school basketball: Boys Roundup

From staff reports

East boys

OLIN — East Rowan’s benefited from Brandon Jefferson’s biggest scoring game since December and won a road game at North Iredell on Friday.

The 58-40 victory enabled the Mustangs (10-14, 3-7) to finish fourth in the North Piedmont Conference.

East snapped a five-game skid. It hadn’t won since it beat North Iredell in Granite Quarry.

East had balanced scoring behind Jefferson, with David Jordan collecting 12 points and Gabe Hinceman and Sammy Pinckney contributing nine each.

For sixth-place North Iredell (4-19, 1-9), Blake Barzee scored 16 points.

The game was stopped with more than two minutes left due to a fight.

EAST (58) – Jefferson 14, Jordan 12, Hinceman 9, Pinckney 9, Hooper 8, Sprinkle 3, Shuping 2, Bennett 1.

N. IREDELL (40) — Barzee 16, Ross 6, Tuggle 5, Allison 4, Jackson 3, Skinner 2, Pierce 2.

E. Rowan     14   10   17   17   — 58

N. Iredell     10   12    8   10  — 40


Carson boys

TROUTMAN — It was an even game for three quarters, but South Iredell owned the fourth quarter at home and beat Carson on Friday.

South Iredell outscored the Cougars in the fourth quarter, 22-7.

The 75-58 North Piedmont Conference victory gave the Vikings (15-7, 8-2) a split with Carson, second place in the league and a guaranteed state playoff berth. South Iredell was the only team in the league that beat Statesville.

Ty Everhart scored 26 for the Vikings.

Carson (12-11, 7-3) got a big game from senior Cole Perry, who poured in 25 points. EJ Clark had 13.

CARSON (58) — Perry 25, Clark 13, Mauldin 7, Spry 5, Smith 5, Hales 3, Jackson.

S. IREDELL (75) — Everhart 26, Edds 14, Barnette 12, Liechty 10, Dulin 8, Aeschliman 5.

Carson     15   11    25   7   — 58

S. Iredell   20  19   14  12 — 75


A.L. Brown boys

KANNAPOLIS — A.L. Brown lost at home to Concord on Friday, 67-61, in South Piedmont Conference action.

Kheni Briggs scored 16 to lead the Wonders (18-6, 6-4), who already had clinched second place behind Cox Mill. Concord (14-10, 5-5) took third.

Elijah Isom added 13 for A.L. Brown. Amare Haynie had 12, and Amari Grier scored 11.

Jalen O’Neal led the Spiders with 20 points.

The Wonders dug a hole with a slow start.

CONCORD (67) — O’Neal 20, Mason 13, Robinson 9, Johnson 8, Cannady 8, Bond 7, Toe 2.

A.L. BROWN (61) — Briggs 16, Isom 13, Haynie 12, Grier 11, Glenn 6, Colson 3.

Concord           22    7    19   19   — 67

A.L. Brown     10   14  19    18   — 61


Davie boys

A 57-53 home win against Reagan gave the War Eagles (22-1, 10-0) a perfect Central Piedmont Conference season.










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