Thursday high school sports roundup

Dec. 06, 2012 @ 11:10 PM

BOYS’ BASKETBALL
Jordan 64, Wake Forest-Rolesville 61

WAKE FOREST — Jordan High School rode a big night by 6-foot-8 center Jordan Hendryx to a seesaw win over Wake Forest-Rolesville on the road.
Hendryx had a team-high 15 points, 15 rebounds and eight blocked shots for the Falcons who saw a nine-point halftime lead evaporate into a tie after three quarters. Jordan (2-3) avenged a late November 54-51 home loss to WF-R in which Hendryx was limited by foul trouble.
Willie Weeks had 14 points for the Falcons and Mike Lee a team-best 10 assists.

Carrboro 70, Franklin Academy 36
WAKE FOREST — McLean Phipps 19 led Carrboro (2-1) with 19 points and James Scott (13) and Matt MacKinnon (10) also broke into double digits in the Jaguars’ Carolina 12 1-A/2-A Conference opener.
Ten Jaguars scored, including four stars from Carrboro’s state 2-AA runnerup football team who’ve moved to the hardwood—Alex McVeigh had seven points, Trai Sharp six, Marlin Johnson five and Malik Carrington 2.

GIRLS’ BASKETBALL
Jordan 50, Wake Forest-Rolesville 47

DURHAM — Jordan avenged a two-point road loss last week to improve to 3-2 with a win over Wake Forest-Rolesville (3-2).  
Hampton University signee Bayley Coleman-Cox and sophomore forward Salita Greene each scored 19 points for Jordan.  
Greene led Jordan in rebounds with 12 and Coleman-Cox had 10.  
With the score tied at 39 in the fourth quarter, junior guard Asonte Rochelle hit a key 3-pointer to Jordan the lead for good. Kiara Jones-Doctor and Tatyana Jackson each scored 12 points to led Wake Forest-Rolesville.

Carolina Friends 50, Voyager 17
DURHAM — Carolina Friends School ran to a 32-4 halftime edge to put the brakes on Voyager’s hopes.
Lydia Youngblood scored 19 points and grabbed a team-best 10 rebounds for CFS (5-2), which also got 17 points from Jolene Wells.
Leah Parrish led Voyager Academy (1-4) with nine points.

GIRLS’ SWIMMING
NCSSM sweeps meet

DURHAM — N.C. Science & Math swept a Carolina 12 1-A/2-A Conference tri-meet Thursday, edging past Durham School of the Arts 109-106 and both teams easily topped third place Northwood (80).
The meet was held at the Edison Johnson Aquatics Center.

BOYS’ SWIMMING
Relay team leads NCSSM

DURHAM — The N.C. Science & Math 200 freestyle relay team set a school record of 1:34.28 Thursday to lead the Unicorns (158), past Durham School of the Arts (99) and Pittsboro Northwood (16) in a Carolina 12 1-A/2-A Conference tri-meet.
Unicorns Daniel Birmingham, Josh Ewy, Jacob Vosburgh and Matt Weaver made up the record-setting relay team at the Edison Johnson Aquatics Center.



HIGH SCHOOLS
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BOYS’ BASKETBALL
Jordan 64, Wake Forest-Rolesville 61

Jordan  12  19  11  22—64
WF-R  11  11  20  19—61
Jordan—Josh Thompson 4, Willie Weeks 14, Darien Ortiz 9, Mike Lee 6, K.J. Alston 13, Arthur Reese 3, Jared Hendryx 15.
Wake Forest-Rolesville—Ayscue 20, Clifton 3, Lancaster 7, Lawrence 2, Robertson 8, Robinson 3, Sampson 5, Scarboro 13.
Rebounds—Jordan (Hendryx 15). Blocked shots—Jordan (Hendryx 8). Assists—Jordan (Lee 10).

Carrboro 70, Franklin Academy 36
Carrboro  17  26  21  6—70
Franklin  8  15  5  8—36
Carrboro—McLean Phipps 19, Matt MacKinnon 10, Martin Alcox 4, Jack Nanney 2, Peter Rathmell 2, Trai Sharp 6, Marlin Johnson 5, Malik Carrington 2, James Scott 13, Alex McVeigh 7.
Franklin Academy—McLean 27, Mazzoleni 2, Hanson 4, Bones 3.
Records—Carrboro 2-1, 1-0 Carolina 12 1-A/2-A Conference.

Hillside 52, Southern Lee 37
(Monday results)
Southern Lee  7  7  8  15—37
Hillside  8  17  6  21—52
Southern Lee—C. Locust 11, N. Mellette 7, K. McLeod 2, A. Hewitt 3, D. Brown 2, C. Wicker 2, J. Jackson 6, J. McKinnon 4.
Hillside— Robert Robinson Jr. 6, Isaiah Dickens 2, TyQuon Reid 4, Trevion Thompson 3, Marius McAllister 12, DeShon Self 8, Tim Mangum 6, Marcus Bowling 6, Korrin Wiggins 3, Jamari Warren 2.
FTM/FTA—Hillside 8-15, Southern Lee 6-11. Rebounds—Hillside 14 (McAllister 5). Steals—Hillside 14 (Self 4).

WRESTLING
S. Granville 66, Providence Grove 12

(Wednesday results)
106—Alex Winstead (SG) won by forfeit. 113—Nathan Castillo (SG) pin Steve Shawver 1:45. 120—Brandon Meeks (SG) dec. Craig Hyatt 14-8. 126—Hayden Pearson (SG) dec. Adrian Lyons 9-7. 132—Brandon Garner (SG) pin Draven Rivera 1:20. 138—Jacob Hykes (SG) won by fft. 145—Justin Renuart (SG) pin Thomas Jordan 3:44. 152—Christopher Stover (PG) pin Greg McCallop 5:07. 160—Bryson Thorpe (SG) pin Miguel Bautista 1:10. 170—Blake Ellis (SG) pin Jorge Martinez 0:33. 182—Austin Brogden (SG) pin William Bailey 0:43. 195—Kenneth Walls (SG) won by fft. 220—Christian Brown (SG) won by fft. 285—Matthew Smith (PG) pin Chris Bunn 1:24.

GIRLS’ BASKETBALL
Carolina Friends 50, Voyager 17

Voyager Academy  2  2  7  6—17
Carolina Friends  13  19  8  10—50
Voyager—Leah Parrish 9, Sydney Dixon 6, Taylor Little 2.
Carolina Friends—Lydia Youngblood 19, Jolene Wells 17, Anna Kasibhatla 6, Olivia Howes 2, Cara DiLiberti 2, Anna Kenan 2, Elise Ashkin-Baker 2.
Rebounds—CFS 36 (Youngblood 10). Assists—CFS 14 (Kasibhatla 3, Davi Nydick-Cheshire 3, Howes 3). Steals—CFS 21 (Kasibhatla 7).
Records—Voyager Academy 1-4, Carolina Friends School 5-2.

Jordan 50, Wake Forest-Rolesville 47
WF-R  10  12  10  15—47
Jordan  13  14  5  18—50
Jordan—Bayley Coleman-Cox 19, Salita Greene 19, Millicent Blivin 4, Jazmyne Norwood 2, Adrianna Seeney 4, Asonte Rochelle 3.
Wake Forest-Rolesville—Ayanna Morton 11, Kenyata Harris 8, Tatyana Jackson 12, Kiara Jones-Doctor 12, Scottlin Davis 2, Kaila Kelley 2.
3-point FGs—Jordan 5 (Coleman-Cox 3, Seeney 1, Rochelle 1). Free throws—Jordan 21-33 64 pct.; WF-R 3-8 38 pct.