UP, Shannon Bradley, United Faith: Averaging 17.3 points for Falcons (2-1) who didn’t have a team last season and are starting over in 2013-14. Bradley had 19 points in Monday’s 28-15 win at Legacy Charter (S.C.)
UP, Salem Cuthbertson, Desiree Newman, Charlotte United Christian: Cuthbertson had 20 points, 16 steals, 13 rebounds in a 50-8 win over the Fletcher School. Newman, a 2012-13 All-Mecklenburg pick, had 21 points.
UP, Providence girls: Three players had double-doubles in Tuesday's 58-42 win over Sun Valley: Megan Fleury (21 points, 24 rebounds); Chi-Chi Madguebunam (15, 16) and Michaela Daniels (10 steals, 10 assists, seven points). Fleury's 24 rebounds broke her school-record of 20 set earlier this season.
UP, L.J. Peak, Gaffney: Georgetown recruit had 34 points and 14 rebounds in 76-65 win over Rock Hill Tuesday, scoring 19 in the second half. Peak, a 6-5 senior forward, is rated among the nation's top 100 recruits by ESPN.
UP, Luke Maye, Hough: Junior scored his 1,000th career point in a one-point win over Independence.
TUESDAY'S TOP GIRLS PERFORMERS
Brittany Autry, Parkwood: 19 points, 10 rebounds in 63-15 win over Buford. Emry Tsitouris had 16 points and 14 rebounds.
Sarah Billiard, Covenant Day: 25 points, 12 rebounds in 63-43 win over Metrolina Christian. Erica Van Dusen finished with 16 points, six assists and six steals.
Miya Bull, East Mecklenburg: 10 points, 10 rebounds, five blocks in a 64-52 win at Olympic.
Lauren Arney, East Burke: 31 points in 70-67 win over East Rutherford. East Rutherford's Rachel Camp had 38 points, 7 rebounds and teammate Shay Dewberry added 21.
Kelsey Dean, Hough: Scored 32 points in a 73-28 win over Independence and also scored her 1,000th career point in the fourth quarter.
Mahaley Holit, Central Cabarrus: freshman had 21 points, eight assists and six steals in a 61-55 win over Hickory Ridge.
Haleigh Lackey, Bandys: made 12-of-16 shots from the field and had 24 points in 94-17 win over Foard. She also had five steals.
Eleah Parker, Northside Christian: nine points, 16 rebounds, eight blocks in a win over Concord First Assembly.
Marie Ritchie, Alexander Central girls: 13 points, 12 rebounds in 44-32 win over Watauga. Alexander Central is 6-0.
Stephanie Watts, Weddington: National recruit had 14 points, 11 rebounds and 12 steals in a 59-33 win over Forestview. Teammate Bailee Carter had 19 points, 10 rebounds and eight blocks, nearly getting a triple double.
TUESDAY'S GIRLS ROUNDUP
No. 1 Myers Park 62, No. 15 North Mecklenburg 43: Myers Park (8-0) made a statement in the second half of Tuesday's showdown at North (4-3). The Vikings led Myers Park 21-20 at halftime, but the Mustangs outscored North 42-22 in the second half. Aliyah Mazyck had 18 points and Rydeiah Rogers 16 to lead the Mustangs. North got 13 from Dynasty Heyward and 12 from Destiny Barrino.
Australia 40, No. 2 Providence Day 37: The Chargers were outscored 14-11 in the fourth quarter of a close game and fell to a team of Australia high school age players. Jatarie White had 24 for the Chargers.
No. 5 Mallard Creek 76, No. 11 Harding 67: The Mavericks stayed unbeaten at 6-0 beating the two-time N.C. 3A champs behind 21 points from Chantel Williams, 19 from Autumn Drayton and 18 from Zaria Wright. Mallard Creek outscored Harding (3-2) 24-16 in the decisive fourth quarter. Harding got 18 from Brianna Hamrick and 14 from Myicha Drakeford.
Charlotte Catholic 56, Charlotte Latin 46: Sophie Rossitch had 21 pionts and Sarah Dudzinski added 11 in the Cougars' win. Catholic led 23-7 after the first quarter. Chanin Scott led Latin (1-6) with 16 points. Catholic is 2-2.
Hough 73, Independence 28: Hough (4-2) jumped out to a 27-3 first quarter lead and won this non-conference game easily at home in Cornelius. Camile Martin led Independence with 12 points.
TUESDAY'S TOP BOYS PERFORMERS
Ty-shon Alexander, Concord: 33 points in a 72-53 win over East Rowan with N.C. State coaches into see the 6-3 freshman wing.
Gabe DeVoe, Shelby: 39 points, courtesy of eight 3-point shots, from Clemson signee in a 94-54 win over Chase.
Terrance Durham, Mallard Creek: Scored 27 points in a 79-77 win over Harding. Harding, which got 31 points from Darryl White and 22 from Teyon Henry, outscored Mallard Creek 39-15 in the fourth quarter to get close. White had 20 of his 31 points in the quarter.
Daivon Gamble, Garinger: 16 points, 22 rebounds in a 54-46 win over East Gaston.
Jay Harrill, Watauga: 25 points, five rebounds in 61-43 win over Alexander Central. Alexander's Ty Ireland had 22 points, 13 rebounds, three assists.
Luke Maye, Hough: Scored his 1,000th point with 98 seconds left in the first quarter. He finished with 19 points, 16 rebounds in a one point win over Independence.
Deion Lane, Independence: 27 points, 10 rebounds, three steals in a 69-68 narrow loss at Hough. Teammate Tayon Gleaves had 21 for the Patriots (3-4), No. 15 in the Observer's Sweet 16.
Derek McKnight, Gaston Day: 29 points in a 65-50 win over Davidson Day.
Justus Melton, Covenant Day: 28 points, 21 rebounds in 62-55 win over Metrolina Christian. Melton averages 22 points, 14 rebounds.
Desean Murray, Northside Christian: In a 99-62 win over First Assembly, Murray had 15 points and 18 rebounds. Keyshawn Woods had 24 points, five assists. James Demery had 22 pionts an eight rebounds.
Darnell Rogers, Indian Land: 5-5 sophomore guard scored 13 points in the fourth quarter and 26 overall as Indian Land, No. 10 in the S.C. 2A state poll, beat 4A York.
Chad Sanders, Kings Mountain: 25 points 87-58 win over Chase. Teammate James Tillman had 21 points, 11 rebounds.
Hunter Seacat, Lake Norman: 24 points, six rebounds and two blocks in 77-52 win over Hopewell.
Chazz Surratt, East Lincoln: made 7-of-7 free throws in the final two minutes to seal a 68-63 win over South Point. He had 20 points and 11 rebounds.
Travis Waldroup-Rodriguez, East Rutherford: 24 points, eight rebounds in 67-56 win over East Burke.
TUESDAY’S BOYS ROUNDUP
No. 8 North Mecklenburg 92, Myers Park 81: C.J. Bryce had 30 points, 10 rebound and three assists in a tight win over rival Myers Park. North (7-0) also had 20 points and six rebounds from Taj Middleton.
Gaston Day 65, Davidson Day 50: In a meeting of two of the state’s top 2A private schools, Gaston Day got 12 points from Adam Koziol and held Davidson Day’s Kenny Hairston to 11. Hairston came into the game averaging 22 points. Blake Schermann led Davidson Day (6-1) with 14 points. Gaston Day improved to 7-4.
Greensboro Day 54, Cannon 50: Greensboro Day got 24 points from Bryan Rouse and 10 points from eighth grader Will Dillard to improve to 6-2 and slow down Cannon. Cannon (9-2) got 17 from Ryan Marks.
Sun Valley 67, Providence 59: Sun Valley had four double-figure scorers in a solid win. Jay Rowell had 17 points, Daquan Moody 14, Malcolm Cumberbatch and Jimmy Hudgens had 12 each for Sun Valley (2-2). Providence (1-6) got 15 from Nolan Nelson and 14 from Dalen Dotson.
TUESDAY'S GIRLS SCORES
No. 1 Myers Park 62, No. 15 North Mecklenburg 43
Australia 40, No. 2 Providence Day 37
No. 4 Bandys 94, Foard 17
No. 5 Mallard Creek 76, No. 11 Harding 67
No. 7 Parkwood 63, Buford 15
No. 16 Weddington 59, Forestview 33
Alexander Central 44, Watauga 32
Bessemer City 62, Piedmont Charter 10
Central Cabarrus 61, Hickory Ridge 55
Charlotte Catholic 56, Charlotte Latin 46
Charlotte United Christian 50, Fletcher School 8
Christ The King 47, Pine Lake Prep 27
Covenant Day 63, Metrolina Christian 43
Davidson Day 50, Charlotte Latin 48
East Burke 70, East Rutherford 67
East Mecklenburg 64, Olympic 52
Forsyth Country Day 50, Country Day 46
Fort Mill (SC) 60, River Bluff 18
Gaffney (SC) 50, Rock Hill 48
Gaston Day 49, Davidson Day 40
Hopewell 58, Lake Norman 47
Hough 73, Independence 28
Indian Land (SC) 46, York 34
Kings Mountain 59, Burns 34
McDowell 66, Freedom 53
Northwestern (SC) 74, Boiling Springs 21
Northside Christian 48, First Assembly 22
Parkwood 59, Buford 54
Providence 58, Sun Valley 42
Shelby 51, Chase 18
South Point 59, East Lincoln 26
Union Academy 58, East Montgomery 47
West Lincoln 42, North Lincoln 27
TUESDAY'S BOYS SCORES
No. 1 Providence Day 60, Australia 55
No. 3 Lake Norman 77, Hopewell 52
No. 4 Hough 69, No. 15 Independence 68
No. 5 Olympic 63, East Meck 53
No. 8 North Meck 92, Myers Park 81
No. 11 Freedom 67, McDowell 56
No. 13 Concord 72, East Rowan 53
No. 14 East Rutherford 67, East Burke 56
Alexander Central 61, Watauga 43
Bessemer City 70, Piedmont Charter 62
Charlotte Christian 61, Community School of Davidson 34
Charlotte Latin 73, Charlotte Catholic 67
Charlotte United Christian 67, Fletcher School 48
Covenant Day 62, Metrolina Christian 55
Cox Mill 62, NW Cabarrus 57
East Lincoln 68, South Point 63
Forsyth Country Day 66, Country Day 39
Ft Mill (SC) 52, River Bluff 46
Gaffney (SC) 76, Rock Hill 65
Garinger 54, East Gaston 46
Gaston Day 65, Davidson Day 50
Greensboro Day 54, Cannon 50
Hickory Ridge 63, Central Cabarrus 63
Indian Land (SC) 76, York 74
Kings Mountain 87, Burns 58
Legacy Charter (SC) 67, United Faith 52
Lincolnton 68, North Gaston 47
Mallard Creek 79, Harding 77
Marvin Ridg 80, Nation Foard 58
Northside Christian 99, Concord First Assembly 62
Piedmont 63, Forest Hills 48
St. Stephens 75, Newton-Conover 73
Sun Valley 67, Providence 59
Weddington 64, Forestview 58
WEDNESDAY'S FEATURED GAME
No. 2 West Charlotte (3-1) at Berry (4-0), 7:30 p.m.: Berry has won four games by 23 points, specializing in the close win. Berry is also holding its opponents to slightly more than 50 points per game. The Lions are averaging triple digits. Something will give in this huge rivalry game.
Note: Wednesday's No. 13 Concord at No. 12 North Rowan game has been postponed. No makeup date has been announced.
A.L. Brown at South Rowan
Carson at Salisbury
Clover at Hunter Huss
Crest at Ashbrook
Cuthbertson at Central Academy
Forest Hills at Pageland Central
Fred T. Foard at West Caldwell
Freedom at McDowell
Lincoln Charter at Queens Grant
Monroe at Sun Valley
North Henderson at Thomas Jefferson Academy
Piedmont at Rocky River
Porter Ridge at Anson
South Caldwell at Alexander Central
South Davidson at Union Academy
South Stanly at West Stanly
Vance at East Gaston
West Charlotte at Berry
Tuesday, December 10, 2013