The Stanly News and Press (Albemarle, NC)

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February 15, 2013

YVC Basketball Notebook

Albemarle, South Stanly boys win; Gray Stone girls post victory

Thursday, February 14, 2013 — The Stanly teams playing in the Yadkin Valley Conference entered the final week of the regular season with home games on Tuesday night.

Albemarle was at home against Chatham Central, Gray Stone hosted North Moore and South Stanly took on South Davidson.

Boys

Albemarle 79

Chatham Central 50


The Albemarle boys’ basketball program had two things to celebrate in Tuesday’s home game with Chatham Central.

CC    15    13    12    10    50

A       14    18    25    22    79


CC – Zack Burke 17, LaQuinn Mordecai 10, Matt Clark 10, Teague 5, Jones 4, Kerr 2, Phillips 2.

A –  Terrace Ellis 18, Bryan Blanton 13, Lee Autry 10,

South Stanly 57

South Davidson 53


Playing without senior Wes Smith due to an ankle injury, the Rebel Bulls held off a late South Davidson surge to earn a 57-53 win.

Michard Ricardson had 21 points to lead South.

SD     4    18    10    21    53

SS    15    6     25    11    57


SD – Trent Shore 12, Hazelwood 3, Ball 8, Andrew Collins 12, Gallimore 8, Stevenson 4, Hedrick 6.

SS – Michard Richardson 21, Juwan Johnson 14, Burris 6, B. Granados 6, T. Smith 5, Harris 2.

North Moore 72

Gray Stone 40


The Gray Stone boys’ season came to an end at home on Tuesday night with a 72-40 loss to visiting North Moore (13-9, 10-5 YVC).

Girls

Gray Stone 50

North Moore 43


The Gray Stone girls earned their first basketball win over North Moore in school history 50-43.

NM    11    12    11    9    43

GS     9     16    17    8    50


NM – Loutz 11, Little 11, Sheffield 7, Turner 7, Brower 3, Martin 2, Dunmyer 2

GS – Cat Harward 14, Erin Ansbro 12, Taylor 10, Sullivan 4, Deese 3, Efird 3, Giles 2, Burris

South Davidson 54

South Stanly 34


The South girls lost 54-34 to the Wildcats and need a win Friday at home against Albemarle to have a chance to qualify for the Yadkin Valley Conference postseason tournament.

SD    14    12    22    6    54

SS    11    14    3    6    34


Chatham Central 55

Albemarle 50


CC    19    14    14    8    55

A       17    8    15    10    50


A – Akela Branch 15, Tiffani Currie 13, Kyleigh McLenson 13,  Bruton 5, Williams 3, Barrino 1.

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