Prep Roundup: A look at Tuesday's area high school action

Jan. 29, 2013 @ 11:38 PM

GIRLS’ BASKETBALL
Chapel Hill 77, Cardinal Gibbons 54

RALEIGH — Chapel Hill took sole possession of first place in the Carolina 6 3-A Conference with a rout of Cardinal Gibbons on the road.
Chapel Hill (17-1, 4-0 C-6) looked like it would cruise early as it grabbed an 18-4 lead at the end of the first quarter, but Gibbons, Chapel Hill’s athletic nemesis in many sports, came back with a huge second quarter, outscoring the Tigers 28-16 to pull to within two at the half.
Any thoughts of the Crusaders completing the comeback were quashed in a 23-12 Chapel Hill third quarter and the rout was on.
Four Chapel Hill players scored in double figures, led by Jamella Smith, who had a game-high 20 points to go with a team-high seven rebounds and four assists.
Catherine Romaine scored 17, Jessica Wall 12 and Raziyah Farrington 10 for the Tigers.

Cedar Ridge 60, Raleigh Charter 26
HILLSBOROUGH — Kyley Clark posted 17 points to lead Cedar Ridge to a 60-26 victory over Raleigh Charter in girls’ basketball action Tuesday night.
Taylor Burton added 12 points for the Red Wolves, while Caroline Morton had 11 including three 3-pointers.

Cresset 41, Crossroads Christian 39
DURHAM — Cresset rallied in the fourth quarter to claim a 41-39 victory over Crossroads Christian in Carolina Christian Conference girls’ basketball Tuesday night.
Maggie Addison led Cresset (10-6, 9-1 Carolina Christian) with 14 points, while Stacie Smith added 13. Melissa Devlin pulled down 10 rebounds and dished out seven assists for Cresset, which outscored Crossroads 12-7 in the fourth quarter.

Cary Academy 55, Durham Academy 41
CARY — Durham Academy fell behind early and wasn’t able to make up much ground in a 55-41 loss to Cary Academy in girls’ basketball.
Naomi Lerner led the Cavaliers (14-9) with 11 points.

Caldwell 48, CFS 39
GREENSBORO — Caldwell Academy made 12 of 18 free throws in the final period to take a 48-39 win over Carolina Friends School in girls’ basketball.
Lydia Youngblood paced Carolina Friends (14-5, 5-1 TAC) with 13 points, while Jolene Wells added 10.
Meghan Speckman and Callie Carlson had 10 points each for Caldwell (12-10, 6-0).

BOYS’ BASKETBALL
Carrboro 78, NCSSM 49

CARRBORO — Trai Sharp fired in 21 points to lead Carrboro to a 78-49 win over N.C. School of Science and Math in a Carolina 12 boys’ basketball game Tuesday night.
Sharp connected on a trio of 3-point attempts for the Jaguars (14-3, 10-0 Carolina 12), who led 52-9 at halftime.
Michael Kearney led NCSSM with 13 points. NCSSM star Joseph Chukwu did not play.

Voyager 48, Granville Central 45
STEM — Gary Ford sank three free throws to help Voyager Academy pull out a 48-45 win over Granville Central in Carolina 12 boys’ basketball.
Ford and Patrick Lester posted 10 points each to lead Voyager (9-7, 5-4 Carolina 12). Christopher Sause pulled down a game-high 21 rebounds for Voyager.
Jeremiah Greene and Josh Foster finished with 13 points apiece for Granville Central (7-11, 3-8).

Durham Academy 48, Cary Academy 42
CARY — Alston Thompson posted 19 points to lead Durham Academy to a 48-42 win over Cary Academy in TISAC boys’ basketball.
The Cavaliers (19-6, 3-2 TISAC) held a 33-16 lead at halftime but had to withstand a 15-4 run in the third quarter by Cary Academy to pull out the victory.

Cresset 81, Crossroads 53
DURHAM — Shawn Lipscomb scored 29 points and Sherwood Young added 23 as Cresset pulled away from Crossroads Christian for an 81-53 victory in Carolina Christian Conference play.
Timothy Knott added 17 for Cresset (10-10, 5-5 Carolina Christian).

Carolina Friends 62, Caldwell 57
GREENSBORO — Milo Kim-Mayer scored 18 points to help Carolina Friends School to a 62-57 win over Caldwell Academy in boys’ basketball.
Josh Boone posted 16 points and pulled down 14 rebounds for Carolina Friends (11-11, 5-2), while Matt Gouchoe-Hanas added 11 points.

WRESTLING
Jordan 50 Chapel Hill 9

CHAPEL HILL — Visiting Jordan won 12 of 14 matches and crushed Chapel Hill in a battle of non-conference neighbors Tuesday night.
PAC-6 4-A regular-season champion Jordan got pins from Wade Clifton, Brock Oakley, Robert Tomasic and Tyrece Jones. Chapel Hill’s only wins came via an Eliot Martin pin and one-point decision by Joe Carter.

TUESDAY, JAN. 29, 2013 HIGH SCHOOL SUMMARIES
GIRLS’ BASKETBALL
Cedar Ridge 60, Raleigh Charter 26

RALEIGH CHARTER — King 2, Green 3, Nicholls 2, Matthews 7, Austin 8, Dudas 2, Owusu 2.
CEDAR RIDGE — Taylor Leathers 6, Kacia Vines 7, Devans Turner 4, Delaney King 2, Kyley Clark 18, Caroline Morton 11, Taylor Burton 12.
Raleigh Charter    4    6    14    2—26
Cedar Ridge    16    19    10    15—60

3-point FG—Cedar Ridge 5 (Turner, Clark, Morton 3).

Cresset Christian 41, Crossroads Christian 39
CROSSROADS — Caroline May 2, Lindsey Long 4, Jessi Hayes 24, Michaela Nicholas 5, Ashton Hayes 2, Alexis Harrison 2.
CRESSET — Melissa Devlin 5, Maredith Devlin 5, Maggie Addison 14, Stephanie Hardy 4, Stacie Smith 13.
Crossroads    15    10    7    7—39
Cresset    9    14    6    12—41

3-point FG—Crossroads 3 (Hayes 2, Nicholas); Cresset 2 (Me. Devlin, Addison). Rebounds—Cresset 36 (Me. Devlin 10). Assists—Cresset 11 (Me. Devlin 7). Steals—Cresset 8 (Me. Devlin 2).
Records—Cresset 10-6, 9-1 Carolina Christian Conference.

Cary Academy 55, Durham Academy 41
DURHAM ACADEMY — Liz Roberts 6, Naomi Lerner 11, Robin Blazing 4, Dana Williams 2, Lily Ronco 6, Cha’Mia Rothwell 7, Annie D’Amico 2, Jordan Barry 3.
CARY ACADEMY — V. Powell 5, M. Sanders 23, R. Banks 14, B. Powell 8, C. Stafford 4, S. Lim 1.
Durham Academy    8    10    12    11—41
Cary Academy    15    14    10    16—55

Rebounds—DA 41 (Williams 10, Ronco 10). Steals—DA 18 (Blazing 5).
Records—Durham Academy 14-9.

Chapel Hill 77, Cardinal Gibbons 54
CHAPEL HILL — Tamia Eatmon 6, Laura Musalem 6, Jessica Wall 12, Raziyah Farrington 10, Catherine Romaine 17, Jamella Smith 20, Jasmine Suitt 2, Autumn West 4.
CARDINAL GIBBONS — Madison Vrscak 2, Olivia Smith 15, Haley Glaser 4, Sarah Comstock 2, Madison Beuris 2, Morgan Reid 10, Stephanie Girard 19.
Chapel Hill    18    15    23    20—77
Cardinal Gibbons    4    28    12    10—54

3-point FG—CH 3 (Wall 2, Smith). Rebounds—CH 25 (Smith 7). Blocked shots—CH 1 (West). Assists—CH 18 (Smith 4). Steals—CH 16 (Wall 4, Farrington 4). Turnovers—CH 12 (Eatmon 3).
Records—Chapel Hill 17-1, 4-0 Carolina 6 3-A Conference; Cardinal Gibbons 14-4, 4-1 C-6.

Caldwell Academy 48, Carolina Friends School 39
CAROLINA FRIENDS — Lydia Youngblood 13, Jolene Wells 10, Allegra Berry 9, Marisa Rauwald 4, Anna Kasibhatla 3.
CALDWELL — Meghan Speckman 10, Callie Carlson 10, Hannah Hauser 9, Corrie Ganim 8, Allie Mancuso 7, Maria Adams 4.
CFS    11    10    9    9—39
Caldwell    14    10    6    18—48

3-point FG—Carolina Friends 1 (Berry); Caldwell 5 (Hauser 2, Speckman 2, Adams). Rebounds—Carolina Friends 28 (Kasibhatla 8). Assists—Carolina Friends 11 (Kasibhatla 6). Steals—Carolina Friends 11 (Youngblood 3).
Records—Carolina Friends 14-6, 5-1 TAC; Caldwell Academy 12-10, 6-0.

BOYS’ BASKETBALL
Carrboro 78, N.C. Science & Math 49

NCSSM — Chase Hayhurst 1, Michael Kearney 13, David Zhu 2, Cole Simmons 3, Cedric Clark 2, Russell Aryeetey 4, Andrew Adams 2, Zach Tanner 2.
CARRBORO — McLean Phipps 4, Trai Sharp 21, Matt MacKinnon 8, Marlin Johnson 8, Peter Rathmell 7, Jack Nanney 8, Martin Alcox 6, Ezavian Dunn 2, Malik Carrington 6, Gerald Atwater 2, Ameer Edwards 6.
NCSSM    4    5    9    11—49
Carrboro    23    29    11    15—78

3-point FG—NCSSM 3 (Kearney 2, Simmons); Carrboro 6 (Sharp 3, Manning 2, Alcox).
Records—Carrboro 14-3, 10-0 Carolina 12.

Voyager Academy 48, Granville Central 45
VOYAGER — Patrick Lester 10, Gary Ford 10, Christopher Sause 8, Coltyn Faucette 7, Diante Parker 7, Nelson White 3, Jay Huff 2, Charlie Stone 1.
GRANVILLE CENTRAL — Jeremiah Greene 13, Josh Fletcher 13, Nyquan Wortham 5, Peyton Thomas 5, Michael Freeman 2, Bryce Parrott 2.
Voyager  Academy   11    10    16    11—48
Granville Central    12    10    10    13—45

3-point FG—Voyager 5 (Parker 2, White, Ford, Lester); Granville Central 5 (Greene 3, Wortham, Fletcher). Rebounds—Voyager 35 (Sause 21). Assists—Voyager 9 (Ford 4).
Records—Voyager 9-7, 5-4; Granville Central 7-11, 3-8.

Durham Academy 48, Cary Academy 42
DURHAM ACADEMY — Alston Thompson 19, Sam Lane 8, Nick Sullivan 5, Khari Williams 4, Slater Daniels 4, Nash Carey-Ewend 3, Morgan Jones 3, Cam Brown 2.
CARY ACADEMY — Aaron Overton 15, Jared Sarnoff 12, Nathaneal Jones 6, Alex Ade 5, Cannon Duke 4.
Durham Academy    15    18    4    11—48
Cary Academy   5    11    15    11—42

Records—Durham Academy 19-6, 3-2 TISAC; Cary Academy 9-10, 2-3.

Cresset Christian 81, Crossroads Christian 53
CROSSROADS — Zach Reeves 21, Tyler Satterwhite 4, Reed Sudheimer 12, Holden Hedgepath 5, Jonah McClelland 2, Sal Brown 9.
CRESSET — Shawn Lipscomb 29, Sherwood Young 23, Timothy Knott 17, Tristen Reece 7, Blair Helms 3, John Thomas 2.
Crossroads    15    18    12    8—53
Cresset    32    16    27    6—81

Records—Crossroads Christian 2-10, 0-7 Carolina Christian; Cresset 10-10, 5-5.

Carolina Friends 62, Caldwell 57
CAROLINA FRIENDS — Matt Gouchoe-Hanas 11, Milo Kim-Mayer 18, Anthony Berry 8, Esten Fabec 6, Josh Boone 16, Jordan Sanders 3.
CALDWELL — Will Scarbrough 5, Clay Young 3, Joseph May 6, Guy Pittman 7, Kevin Carlock 3, Jordan Harris 3, Zane Weisman 30.
CFS    13    16    17    16—62
Caldwell    13    20    12    12—57

Records—Carolina Friends 11-11, 5-2.

WRESTLING
Jordan 50 Chapel Hill 9

106—Wade Clifton (J) p. Zachary Allen  0:54. 113—Brock Oakley (J) p. Leonard Evans  1:06. 120—Spencer Service (J) maj. dec. Nick Stefanadis 14-1. 126—Robert Tomasic (J) p. Tommy Morrison  5:49. 132—Patrick Tomasic (J) dec. Erik Jens  6-3. 138—Eliot Martin (CH) p. Jem Ratilan 2:31. 145—Micah Marcin (J) dec. Camden Bergey  11-9. 152—Joe Carter (CH) dec. Matthew Morgan 2-1. 160—Maliik Marcin (J) dec. Baxter Fricks  9-3. 170—Kaleel Gainey (J) dec. Ethan Martin  5-2. 182—Tyrece Jones (J) p. Sandeep Gill  1:02. 195—Eric Rivas (J) dec. Andrew Hotong  3-1. 220—Keifer Knight (J) maj. dec. Robert Price  9-0. 285—Courtland Parker (J) dec. Arthur Colson  3-1.