Both the East Lincoln girls and boys are still unbeaten after six games. The girls handed winless Lincolnton their fifth loss 71-21 at LHS Friday night. Ginny Overbay had a double double with 18 points & 10 rebounds; she also had 5 steals. Madison Self scored 8 points, 10 rebounds, 4 steals, and an assist. Hailey McFadden also scored 8. Emma Montanari had 7 points, 4 steals, 3 assists and 3 rebounds. Kiara Anderson and Abbie Hege each scored 6 points; Tatum Martin & Taniyah Thomas had 4 apiece; Kristen LeGrand scored 2. For Lincolnton, Mackenzie Sand-Odum scored 11 points; Aidyn Armstrong had 6; and
Camellia Holland & Jordyan Williams each had 2.
East won the boys game 64-51. Palmer Crichton score 16 for the Mustangs; Natha Kuthan 12, Jackson Fannon 11. Mason Simmons had 8 and Christian Atkins 3. For the Wolves, Will Blackburn & Cross Arias each scored 8 points; Eian Stancil & Anthony Odum each had 7; Riley Bradley scored 6 and Tyler McClain 5.
Lincoln Charter's boys overcame a five-point halftime and three-point deficit at the end of the third quarter, outscoring North Lincoln 22-18 in the final period to take a 69-68 win. Elijah Burnett had 21 points for the Eagles; Xavier Crawford scored 13; and Krishtan and Kelan Flowers had 13 and 12; Jayden Bruce had 8 and Ayden Self 2. The win was the third for Lincoln Charter, now 3-9. For North Lincoln, Connor Carson scored 16; Reed King 15, Ty Sanders 10; Kellan Karr 9, Ben Cipriano 8; Tanner Lineberger 6 and Carter Black & Iverson Snell, 2 apiece. It was the first loss for the Knights after three wins.
Lincoln Charter also won the girls game, 63-26. They are now 5-3 while North's girls are now 1-3.
West Lincoln won a pair of games from Cherryville. The West girls won 59-31 to improve to 4-2 on the year. The West boys led 38-32 at the half and 59-47 after three quarters, but the Ironmen cut the final margin to seven points scoring 28 in the final period West's second win of the season was by a final score of 82-75.
The Maiden boys are now 5-0 after a 57-53 win at St. Stephens. A strong third quarter helped the Blue Devils. Jalen Robinson had 18 points, 4 rebounds, 4 assists and 4 steals. Raheim Misher had a double double with 11 points & 14 rebounds; he blocked two shots and had two steals. Chris Cullier had 10 points, 5 rebounds and two steals; Parker Pait had 9 points and 3 rebounds; Jacob Sigmon had 7 points, 5 rebounds, 3 assists and two steals; Ben Gibbs had two points, 4 assists and 3 steals.
St. Stephens won the girls game 61-39.
Bandys split with Pine Lake Prep. The Bandys girls won 48-42, while the Trojans lost the boys game 76-62.
Fred T. Foard lost both the girls and boys games at Hibriten. The girls fell 59-38, while the Panthers took the boys game 78-67.