The Stanly News and Press (Albemarle, NC)

Sports

February 19, 2013

RRC Conference Tournament

West Stanly loses by a point to Cuthbertson; North Stanly downed by Piedmont

Tuesday, February 19, 2013 — The second season began Monday as the Rocky River Conference tournament geared up at Monroe High School. Eight teams were vying for the championship along with hopes of possible selection to the third Season known as the sectionals. Two Stanly schools both sought to advance to the second round of that tournament.

Piedmont 60

North Stanly 46


The first session of the tournament saw two teams very familiar with each other face off for the right to advance to play the winner of the Monroe-Union Academy game. During the regular season, the Panthers and the Comets split the two-game series. Piedmont’s season did not get off to a good start but the Panthers certainly finished the regular season strong.

P    22    20    15    3    60

NS    15    18    6    7    46


P – Jac Price 16, Abbey Mills 13, Jessica Prince 13, Boling 11, Wylie 4, Purser 3.

NS – Gentry Grubb 14, Jenni Speight 12, Huff 6, Beadle 5, A.Poolos 4, Scott 3, Chandler 2.

Cuthbertson 47

West Stanly 46


Facing each other for the second time in six days, Cuthbertson cruised to a double-digit win and spoiled West’s senior night nearly a week ago. The Colts sought to achieve a different outcome.

WS    8    4    18    16    46

C    8    19    12    8    47


WS – Talley 16, Morgan 13, Webb 8, Summers 4, Fincher 3, Wilson 2.

C – Arnold 14, Helms 10, Ingram 9, Burks 6, Carlson 4, McAdams 2, Cushman 2.

For more information on the games, see Tuesday's print edition.

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