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Monday (Feb. 19th) Scores

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East Lincoln girls 74, West Iredell 17

It was 'no contest' as the East girls had 27 steals and 18 assists while committing only five turnovers in winning for the 24th time this season.  

Kiara Anderson had 25 points, 5 rebounds, and three steals; Emma Montanari scored 15, also had 5 rebounds, 6 steals, 5 assists and blocked four shots.  Nevaeh Atkins scored 14 points, had 4 steals, 3 assists, and two rebounds; Lane Pethel had 9 points, 7 rebounds, 3 steals and 3 assists; Taniyah Thomas had 7 points, 5 steals, two rebounds and 3 assists; and Abbie Hege scored 4 points. 

The win puts East into the semi-finals against the North Lincoln girls Wednesday evening at 6 PM at Hickory High School.  

North Lincoln girls 49, St. Stephens 37

North advanced to the semi-finals in a balanced attack:  Ally Smith scored 14 points, had 7 rebounds, 5 assists and two steals; Addison Grice had 10 points, 5 rebounds and an assist; Hailey Hagler score 8 points, had 14 rebounds, 3 assists, a steal, and blocked a shot; Ashlyn Black had 6 points, 3 rebounds and a steal; Madi Black also scored 6, had two rebounds and a steal; and Reagan Karr had 5 points, 3 rebounds and two assists.  

North Lincoln boys 70, Fred T. Foard 68

The Tigers made it close with a big third quarter that evened the score after the Knights had a 10-point halftime lead; but North pulled it out at the end, getting their 20th win of the season and advancing to the semi-finals against Statesville Thursday evening at 7:30 at Hickory High.  

Statesville beat St. Stephens 76-64 in their first round game of the Western Foothills Conference tournament.  The Knights beat the Greyhounds twice during the regular season.

Kellen Karr scored 25 points, had 6 rebounds, 4 assists and 5 steals for North.  Ty Sanders scored 13 points, had two rebounds, an assist and a steal; but the contribution of Carson Engstrand was very important to the Knights.  The senior had 10 points including making six of eight free throws; had six rebounds, two assists and a steal.  Ty Chandler scored 8 points; Ben Heavner 7; Caleb Kidd 5; and Tanner Lineberger 2.

East Lincoln boys 81, North Iredell 67

A third quarter surge put the Mustangs into a semi-final meeting with unbeaten Hickory at 7:30 Wednesday evening.  

All five East Lincoln starters were in double figures: Jackson Fannon had 23 points; Christian Atkins had 15; Davis Hill scored 13 points; and Houston Hartsell and Grant Lawless had 12 points each. Jaxon Dollar scored 6 points.

Hickory won its 25th game of the season without a loss, beating West Iredell 97-54. While the Red Tornadoes score a lot of points (80 or more in 14 of their wins), it's their defense that has kept them undefeated.  They held opponents to less than 60 points in 16 games.  They had two regular season wins over the Mustangs, 77-52 and 75-61. For East to win Wednesday, they'll need to make some of their long-range shots: they hit 6 of 16 in their first meeting with Hickory and 7 of 20 in the second.    

North Iredell girls 62, Fred T. Foard 54

The Raiders' win over the Tigers puts them into a Thursday evening semi-final against Hickory.  The Hickory girls beat Statesville 61-10 Monday. 

Newton Conover girls 49, West Lincoln 48 (overtime)

Newton-Conover boys 86, West Lincoln 37

Maiden boys 90, Bandys 65

Maiden will play Newton-Conover at 7:30 Wednesday evening (Feb. 21st) at CVCC.

Maiden girls 65, Lincolnton 43

Nyla Johnson had 14 points for Lincolnton; Sarah Rhyne, Curmiya Tillman & Chelsea de los Santos each had 7; Daphca Dyson 6; Aidyn Armstrong & Kaylen Bryant one each.  Maiden did not supply any stats.

The Maiden girls will play Bandys at 6 PM Thursday (Feb. 22nd) at CVCC.

Bandys girls 79, Bunker Hill 44

Lincolnton boys 64, Bunker Hill 61

Landen Lyerly and Tyler McClain both had a double-double: Lyerly with 22 points and 13 rebounds and McClain with 16 points and 11 rebounds.  Khamoni Heath, Andrew Phelps and Khalil Yarborough each scored 8 points; Heath had 9 rebounds.  Nehemiah Thompson had two points.

Lincolnton was behind by 8 points at halftime and trailed 53-46 at the end of the third quarter, but outscored the Bears 18-8 in the fourth to get the win. The LHS boys will play West Caldwell at 7:30 Thursday night at CVCC.  

The West Caldwell boys beat East Burke 80-61; East Burke's girls beat West Caldwell 73-15.

Lincoln Charter girls 68, Corvian Community 12

The Lincoln Charter girls will play Christ the King in the girls semi-finals of the Catawba Shores Conference Wednesday evening at Christ the King in Huntersville.

Lincoln Charter boys 82, Mtn. Island Charter 51

The Eagles will play Pine Lake Prep in the  Catawba Shores Conference tourney semi-finals Wednesday at Christ the King in Huntersville. 

In the Southern Piedmont Conference tournament, the Cherryville girls play at Bessemer City Tuesday at 6 PM; the Cherryville boys play at Highland Tech Tuesday at 7 PM.


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