High school basketball: North girls crush Bulldogs

Published 10:48 pm Friday, December 10, 2021

North’s Bloom Goodlett. Photo by Wayne Hinshaw, for the Salisbury Post.

Staff report

THOMASVILLE — North Rowan’s girls shook off an unusual week of postponements and schedule changes and romped 76-17 at Thomasville on Friday.

North had a 55-2 lead at halftime against the Bulldogs, who were playing their first game.

It was a successful Central Carolina Conference opener for the Cavaliers (5-1), who have won five straight since starting the season with a loss to Carson.

Bailee Goodlett stayed hot with 22 points and already has topped 20 four times. The sophomore had eight steals and four assists.

Senior Hannah Wilkerson scored in double figures for the fifth straight game. She had 13 points, six steals and eight assists.

Bloom Goodlett scored a career-best 11 points, while Dasia Elder had a career-best 10.

Brittany Ellis had nine points and six assists. Chloee Stoner had seven points and five rebounds. Krisstyle Stockton scored four points.

It was the first action for North since a 74-35 win against Parkland on Monday.

NORTH SCORING — Ba. Goodlett 22, Wilkerson 13, Bl. Goodlett 11, Elder 10, Ellis 9, Stoner 7, Stockton 4.