Prep Roundup: A look at Tuesday night's prep action

Jan. 08, 2013 @ 11:46 PM

BOYS’ BASKETBALL ROUNDUP


Carrboro 70, Voyager 52
CARRBORO — James Scott scored 15 points and football stars Trai Sharp (14), Marlin Johnson (9) and Alex McVeigh (9) padded the winning marting as Carrboro (9-2, 5-0 Carolina 12) stopped Voyager Academy (5-5, 2-3 C-12).
Christopher Sause led Voyager with 17 points.

NCSSM 76, Granville Central 70
DURHAM — N.C. School of Science and Math got 22 points from Joseph Chukwu and 20 from Cole Simons in a 76-70 overtime win against Granville Central in boys’ basketball Tuesday.
Michael Kearney posted 19 points for NCSSM (1-6, 1-5 Carolina 12), which led 47-38 going into the fourth quarter before a rally by Granville Central.
Jeremiah Green led Granville Central with 24 points, while Nyquan Wortham added 16.

The Elon School 61, Trinity School of Durham & Chapel Hill 51
DURHAM — The Elon School went on a 22-13 run in the fourth quarter to pull away from Trinity School of Durham and Chapel Hill 61-51.
Hayes Thielman led Trinity (3-10, 0-2) with 10 points.
Tyler Schaufer paced The Elon School with 13 points, while Bryce Poremba added 12.

GIRLS’ BASKETBALL ROUNDUP


Northern 45, East Chapel Hill 40
CHAPEL HILL — Zuri White posted game highs of 26 points and 17 rebounds as Northern overcame a one-point deficit after three quarters and stopped upset-minded East Chapel Hill.
Northern improved to 9-4 and 3-1 in the PAC-6, a game behind conference leader Hillside (4-0 PAC-6). East dropped to 2-9, 0-3 PAC-6 despite 12 points from Ali Cyr Scully and 11 from Sarah Towne.

Carolina Friends School 44, Burlington Christian Academy 12
BURLINGTON — Lydia Youngblood scored a game-high 17 points and Jolene Wells added 14 as Carolina Friends School dismantled Burlington Christian Academy on the road.
CFS improved to 8-5 overall and 1-0 in the Triad Athletic Conference. BCA dropped to 1-8, 0-2 TAC.

Chapel Hill 73, Roxboro Person 19
CHAPEL HILL — Jamella Smith posted 16 points to lead Chapel Hill to a 73-19 win over Roxboro Person in non-conference girls’ basketball.
Raziyah Farrington added 12 points for the Tigers (13-1), while Tamia Eatmon and Catherine Romaine had 11 each.

Franklin Academy 46, Durham School of the Arts 26
WAKE FOREST — Ariel Wilson posted 12 points, but Durham School of the Arts had little else offensively in a 46-26 loss to Franklin Academy in Carolina 12 girls’ basketball.
Catie Keel and Nikki Bell had 11 points each for Franklin Academy (6-2, 2-2 Carolina 12). DSA dropped to 5-3, 2-3 in the conference.

HIGH SCHOOL SUMMARIES
GIRLS’ BASKETBALL
Franklin Academy 46, DSA 26

DURHAM SCHOOL OF ARTS — Ariel Wilson 12, Tamara Hall 1, Hayden Risbee 7, Crystal Clark 2, Sydney Harris 4.
FRANKLIN ACADEMY — Catie Keel 11, Nikki Bell 11, Amelia Huffman 9, Janna Johnson 6, Olivia Cooper 2, McKenzie Goodwine 5, Brittany Henderson 2.
DSA 4 9 7 6—26
Franklin 13 13 8 12—46

Records—DSA 5-3, 2-3 Carolina 12; Franklin Academy 6-2, 2-2 C-12.

CFS 44, Burlington Christian 12
CAROLINA FRIENDS — Lydia Youngblood 17, Jolene Wells 14, Marisa Rauwald 7, Anna Kasibhatla 4, Cara DiLiberti 2.
BURLINGTON CHRISTIAN — Alanie Welch 6, Haley Stokes 2, Macey Harrison 2, Brittany Barrett 2.
Carolina Friends 6 22 6 10—44
Burlington Christian 4 2 6 0—12

Rebounds — CFS 31 ( Kasibhatla 9). Assists — CFS 10 (Kasibhatla 3). Steals — CFS 8 (Olivia Howes 4).
Records — Carolina Friends School 8-5, 1-0 TAC; Burlington Christian Academy 1-8, 0-2 TAC.

Northern 45, East Chapel Hill 40
NORTHERN — McKenzie Utley 3, Jasmine Washington 2, Zuri White 26, Rhianna Council 11, Mohargany Jones 3.
EAST CHAPEL HILL — Ali Cyr-Scully 12, Riley Foster 4, Jazmine Daye 4, Adrienne Davis 7, Sarah Towne 11.
Northern 12 7 7 18—45
E. Chapel Hill 7 12 9 12—40

Rebounds — Northern 31 (White 17). Blocked shots — Northern 3 (Utley, White, Council). Steals — Northern 14 (Council 3, White 3, Washington 3, Utley 3). Assists — Northern 7 (Utley 2).
Records — Northern 9-4, 3-1 PAC-6 4-A, East Chapel Hill 2-9, 0-3 PAC-6.

BOYS’ BASKETBALL
Carrboro 70, Voyager 52

VOYAGER — Nelson White 5, Gary Ford 3, Charlie Stone 4, Patrick Lester 5, Diante Parker 7, Tyler Trout 2, Christopher Sause 17, Jay Huff 4, Coltyn Faucette 5.
CARRBORO — Trai Sharp 14, Matt MacKinnon 6, McLean Phipps 5, Marlin Johnson 9, Alex McVeigh 9, Peter Rathmell 4, James Scott 15, Jack Nanney, Ezavian Dunn 2.
Voyager 6 14 13 19—52
Carrboro 19 16 19 16—70

Records — Voyager 5-5, 2-3 Carolina 12 1-A/2-A Conference; Carrboro 9-2, 5-0 C-12.

NCSSM 76, Granville Central 70
GRANVILLE CENTRAL — Nyquan Wortham 16, Jeremiah Green 24, George Barnette 6, Shaquille Freeman 4, Peyton Thomas 7, Kaleb Hunter 7, Tre Harris 2, Jonathan Price 4.
NCSSM — Michael Kearney 19, Joseph Chukwu 22, Elliott Holiday 2, Cole Simons 20, Russell Aryeetey 7.
Granville Central 8 19 11 22 10—70
NCSSM 16 15 16 13 16—76

3-point FG—Granville Central 6 (Green 4, Wortham, Thomas); NCSSM 3 (Simons 2, Chukwu). Rebounds—NCSSM 41 (Aryeetey 16).
Records—Granville Central 7-7; NCSSM 1-6, 1-5 Carolina 12.

Elon School 61, Trinity 51
ELON SCHOOL — Tyler Schaufer 13, Bryce Poremba 12, B.J. Bradshaw 10, Nicholas Lea 9, Luke Huffines 4, Alston Hill 3, Doug Beckner 3, Seth Baker 3, Jamari Clapp 2, Josh Pennix 2.
TRINITY — Paul Dunlap: 9, Todd Echstenkamper 7,  Zachary Dickson 5, Tyler Eckstein 4, Hayes Thielman 10, Ren Jacques 4, Christian Kowalski 9, Xavier Idriss 3.
Elon 22 12 5 22—61
Trinity 14 6 18 13—51

Rebounds—Trinity 28 (Dunlap 7).
Records—Trinity 3-10, 0-2.

WRESTLING
South Granville 51, N. Vance 27

106—Johnathan Norton (NV) dec. Alex Winstead 8-1. 113—Brandon Meeks (SG) p. Colbey Hobgood 3:50. 120—Jacob Orr (NV) p. Margel Sanchez 1:47. 126—Travis Heath (NV) p. Adam Hernandez 0:40. 132—Hayden Pearson (SG) p. Axel de la Torre (NV) 1:26. 138—Jamal Kearney (NV) p. Alexie Hernandez 3:13. 145—Justin Renuart (SG) won by forfeit. 152—Austin Higgs (SG) p. Lloyd Whittacre 1:40. 160—Brysen Thorpe (SG) p. Damone Uzzel 0:51. 170—Isaac Thomas (SG) won by forfeit. 182—Khalil Brown (SG) won by forfeit. 195—Austin Brogden (SG) dec. Justin Care 7-5. 220—Charlie Rebilas (SG) won by forfeit. 285—Mykel Williams (NV) p. Chris Bunn 3:24.