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High school basketball: Friday’s girls roundup

 From staff reports
LEXINGTON — Bethany Rymer scored 15 points as South Rowan’s girls won at Lexington, 49-38.
Madison McGuire made three 3-pointers in the first half to help South take a 23-17 lead the break.
South had a 20-point third quarter to open a double-digit lead.
Mackenzie Chabala scored eight points, Madilyn Cherry had seven, and Paige Chabala had six for the Raiders (3-9, 2-5).
The win was the second in a row for South.
Danasia Bray scored 14 for the Yellow Jackets (4-7, 1-6).
SOUTH (49) — Rymer 15, McGuire 9, M. Chabala 8, Cherry 7, P. Chabala 6, Moore 4, Redmon.
LEXINGTON (38) — Bray 14, Owens 10, Al. McIntosh 6, Aq. McIntosh 4, Peoples 2, McLeod 2.
S. Rowan     12   11  20   6   — 49
Lexington    8    9    7      14 — 38
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SALISBURY — Anayia Fulson scored 14 points and Kyla Bryant had 13 as Salisbury easily stayed undefeated in the Central Carolina Conference.
The Hornets (10-1, 7-0) beat East Davidson, 60-18.
Salisbury got eight points each from Rachel McCullough, Jaleiah Gibson and Jamecia Huntley.
Salisbury is tied for first in the league with North Davidson and plays the Black Knights in Welcome on Tuesday.
East Davidson is 0-12 and 0-7 in the CCC.
Salisbury scoring — Fulson 14, Bryant 13, Gibson 8, McCullough 8, Huntley 8, Oats 3, Mashore 2, Morgan 2, Bolder 2.
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LEXINGTON — Emily Hege accumulated 29 points, seven rebounds and six assists to lead North Davidson to a 47-45 Central Carolina Conference win against Central Davidson.
The Black Knights stayed unbeaten in the CCC.
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MIDWAY – Ashlyn Roark scored 10 points to lead Ledford to a 37-33 win against Oak Grove in Central Carolina Conference action.

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GRANITE QUARRY — East Rowan came out of the Christmas tournament with a two-game losing streak, but got back in the win column in a non-conference game against Robinson.

East was up 45-18 at halftime and cruised, 68-31.

“The girls were pretty disappointed after the Christmas tournament, but they came out and did what they needed to do tonight and I’m proud of them,” East coach Kevin Holland said.

Adalie Harrison was strong from the start and scored 16 points. Mary Spry had her biggest game since November with 16 points. Her 12-point second quarter broke the game open.

Holland said Caroline Houpe and Haley Dalton also played very well for the Mustangs (12-2).

Janayia Cox scored 13 for the Bulldogs (1-9).

ROBINSON (31) — Cox 13, Finley 6, Farris 5, Andrews 3, Pharr 2, Walker 2, Burgess, Morales.

EAST (68) — Harrison 16, Spry 16, Dalton 9, Hinceman 7, Houpe 7, Eagle 6, Nwafor 3, Honeycutt 2, Miller 2, Ali, Jones.

Robinson    10    8    3   10   — 31

E. Rowan    24  21   17    6   — 68

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HARRISBURG — Kennedy Calhoun scored 16 points to lead Hickory Ridge to an upset of previously unbeaten Providence, 41-36.

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CONCORD — Demi Case scored 12 points as Central Cabarrus routed Mount Pleasant, 62-14.

Aniyah Tate scored 11 to bump her career total to 983. She’s also on track for 1,000 career rebounds.

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MOCKSVILLE — Dasia Lambert scored 13 points as East Surry got an easy 51-9 win at Davie County.

Alicia Allen scored four to lead the War Eagles (0-13).

 

 

 

 

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