Published 12:00 am Monday, December 22, 2003
The following are brief wrap-ups from the weekend games on the high school hardwood:
Lawrence Lady Warriors – 35
Rocky Mount Lady Eagles – 25
Jodi White scored 15 points while Abigail Harden added 11 as the Lady Warriors claimed a 35-25 non-league victory Thursday night.
The Lady Warriors jumped out to an 8-4 advantage after the first quarter and led 22-6 at the half.
Rounding out the Lady Warriors scoring were: Katie Gilliam (3), Rachael Hallaran (2) and Katherine Outten (2).
Catherine Woodard and Katie Frohbose, who had six points each, led Rocky Mount.
Rocky Mount – 57
Lawrence Academy – 46
After trailing only 10-8 at the end of the first quarter, Lawrence Academy’s varsity boys watched Rocky Mount pull away in the second period to lead 31-21 at the half.
The loss dropped the Warriors to 4-3 on the season and helped the Eagles avenge a loss to Lawrence earlier this year.
John Stilley led Rocky Mount with 23 points while Erik Hughes (18) and Thomas Ward (16) were in double figures for Lawrence.
Kerr-Vance – 87
Ridgecroft – 32
Kerr-Vance jumped out to a 13-0 lead to start the contest in the Kerr-Vance Christmas Tournament game and easily beat Ridgecroft 87-32.
Justin Burke led KVA with 20 points, including 11 in the third period.
Kerr-Vance Lady Spartans – 28
Ridgecroft Lady Rams
Kerr-Vance outscored Ridgecroft 12-4 in the fourth quarter to take a 28-19 victory on the first day of the Kerr-Vance Christmas Tournament.
Neither team did much scoring in the first half as the Lady Spartans led by five (8-3) at the end of one quarter and four (12-8) at the intermission.
Hertford County – 67
Brunswick – 51
Hertford County High School’s varsity boys used balanced scoring to top Brunswick County High School for the second time this year.
The Bears, who placed only two in double figures, easily topped Brunswick 67-51 Saturday night in Ahoskie
Pert Simons (11) and Lakendrick Lee (10) were the only Bears in double figures scoring while Brandon Long added nine and Curt Jenkins, Taydrek Powell, Weyling White and Reggie Wiggins all had six.
Brunswick was led by Aaron Scott with 15 points.
Rocky Mount – 71
Hertford County – 57
Rocky Mount’s David Pittman and Kelvin Patterson each scored 13 Friday night and that was unlucky for Hertford County as the Gryphons grabbed a 71-57 victory.
The Bears trailed 34-34 at the half, but Rocky Mount opened the third period on a 10-0 run and pulled away.
HCHS rallied to within seven (56-40) by the end of the first quarter, but the Gryphons used a Stephen Virgil field goal early in the fourth to push the lead back to 10.
The Bears were led by Reggie Wiggins (12) and Lorenzo Benthall (11) while LaMarcus Bond added eight, Pert Simons had seven and Qwenton Valentine finished with six points.