West Montgomery

at Southwestern Randolph

Boys: Matthew Kiser and Justin Yow each recorded double-doubles as Southwestern Randolph topped West Montgomery 62-54. Kiser led the team with 22 points and 10 rebounds and Yow added 15 points and 12 rebounds. Yow had five blocks in the victory.

Koby King led West Montgomery with 11 points.

West Montgomery

12

10

15

17

54

Southwestern Randolph

20

9

13

20

62

West Montgomery (5-2) — Keldron White 7, Koby King 11, Daniel Strider 9, Essie Marshall 8, Vincent Horne 7, E.J. Richardson 5, Jonathan Hall 5, Josh Drake 2.

Southwestern Randolph (5-2) — Matthew Kiser 22, Justin Yow 15, Brad Key 10, Brett Hoogkemp 6, Jacobey Siler 4, J.R. Luffman 3, John Cole 2.

Girls: Sara Cook had 13 points in Southwestern Randolph’s 81-26 win over West Montgomery.

Myeshia Horne led West Montgomery with 10 points.

West Montgomery

8

9

6

3

26

Southwestern Randolph

35

17

19

10

81

West Montgomery (0-6) — Myeshia Horne 10, Sunshine Covington 7, Teresa Leake 3, Lynette Diggs 3, Dominique Baldwin 3.

Southwestern Randolph (7-0) — Sara Cook 13, Lindsay Thrift 12, Brooke Key 12, Courtney Brown 9, Madeline Maness 8, Katie Freeman 8, Jessi Lignell 8, Cresia Jones 4, Christie Deaton 3, Caitlin Brady 2, Brittany Poole 2.

Eastern Randolph

at Chatham Central

Girls: Casey Moore had a game-high 25 points in an Eastern Randolph win over Chatham Central. Also scoring was Brittini Young with 24 and Kelly Smith with 14. Whitney Ferguson had 8 points 11 rebounds.

Chatham Central was led by Becca Bolton with 19 points. Kasey Liles had 14 points also for Chatham Central.

Eastern Randolph

19

29

12

26

86

Chatham Central

11

14

22

16

63

Eastern Randolph (6-0) — Casey Moore 25, Brittini Young 24, Kelly Smith 14, Whitney Ferguson 8, Nisha Brooks 6, Arist Maness 4, Ami Hutcherson 2, Ashley Staley 2.

Chatham Central (3-2) — Becca Bolton 19, Katie Liles 14, Nekeya Pendanis 10, Natalie Phillips 8, Erin Leonard 4, Ashlyn McIntyre 4, Delilah Kelly 2, Ashley Kidd 2.

Boys: Brad Dark scored 20 and Bryan England had 19 as Eastern Randolph downed Chatham Central 65-59.

E.J. Allen led Chatham Central with 14 points.

Eastern Randolph

5

19

20

21

65

Chatham Central

12

6

23

18

59

Eastern Randolph — Brad Dark 20, Bryan England 19, Toi Letterlough 10, Brad Monroe 7, Jeron Glover 4, Omar Butler 4, Dustin Ritter 1.

Chatham Central — E.J. Allen 14, Ryan Lambert 9, Blake Odom 9, Cole Hudson 8, John Strider 6, Josh Tilton 3, Spencer Moody 3, Jeffrey Goins 3, Travis Brooks 2, Brandon Hart 2.

Central Davidson

at West Davidson

Boys: Coco Smith scored 15 points to lead Central Davidson over West Davidson 44-42.

Kenan Yarboro scored a team-high 15 points for West Davidson. Ryne Rummage had a team-high eight rebounds.

Central Davidson

9

9

8

18

44

West Davidson

9

10

11

12

42

Central Davidson — Coco Smith 15, Seth Ferquin 11, Joe Canham 6, Matt Tysinger 5, Cole Smith 4, Brandon Wilson 3.

West Davidson — Kenan Yarboro 15, Nathan Teague 12, Josh Frey 6, Dillon Avery 4, Sean Poole 3, Stephen Bush 2.

Davie County

at West Rowan

Boys: Josh Aiken scored 21 of his game-high 25 points in the first half when Davie County put away West Rowan on its way to a 77-53 win.

Davie County

21

23

19

14

77

West Rowan

8

11

9

25

53

Davie County (5-1) — Josh Aiken 25, Clifford Burns 14, Devon Venable 11, Matt Smith 9, Drew Yeager 6, Kyle Winters 4, Jared Nelms 4, Michael Mashore 3, Evan Hall 1.

West Rowan (2-3) — Jamel Carpenter 14, Corey Robinson 6, Robert Wyrick 6, Bradley Reed 6, Wesley Turner 4, Jamie Chambers 4, Lamont Savage 4, Travis Sifford 3, W.J. Parks 2, Andy Jarvis 2, Pete Jarvis 2.

Eastern Alamance

at Williams

Boys: Hunter McClintock went 6-for-7 from beyond the arc to lead Williams with 22 points in an 89-44 victory over Eastern Alamance. Jonathan Graves added 19 points while going 8-for-8 from the field.

Hunter Collins led Eastern Alamance with 16 points.

Eastern Alamance

10

10

13

11

44

Williams

24

23

23

19

89

Eastern Alamance (0-4) — Hunter Collins 16, Lavar Marsh 7, Barry Morrow 5, Zach Holliday 4, Bryson Goss 4, James Mann 3, Ward Thompson 3, J.D. Stanfield 2.

Williams (2-0) — Hunter McClintock 22, Jonathan Graves 19, Michael Mitchell 11, Luke Johnson 11, Hogan Nance 11, Jack Wooten 7, Avyd Baldwin 5, Ben Maddrey 3.

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