The Stanly News and Press (Albemarle, NC)

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November 28, 2012

Carolina Christian girls win title at CSD Tipoff Tournament; boys take second place

Wednesday, November 28, 2012 — Lady Lions win over Gray Stone and host Spartans

The Carolina Christian School Lady Lions earned wins on Friday and Saturday to claim the championship of the inaugural Community School Thanksgiving Tipoff Tournament.

Carolina Christian 52

Comm. School of Davidson 28

A stifling defensive effort that forced numerous turnovers helped lift the Lady Lions to an easy 52-28 win over the host Spartans from the Community School of Davidson.

Elizabeth Franklin scored 10 of her game-high 16 points in a first-half push for CCS helped the Lions build a huge lead over CSD.

The Spartans hi two baskets in the first four minutes of the first quarter then did not score for well over the next seven minutes of the first half. CCS’s constant pressure on the ball forced turnovers and held the host Spartans to 2-of-12 shooting in the first quarter and 0-of-8 in the second.

“Defensively, we were solid tonight,” CCS head coach Randy Burris said.

“We imposed ourselves and got the pace of game we wanted.”

Burris added that he would “love to play every team in Stanly County” and that his team looks forward to games against in-county opponents like Gray Stone.

CCS    15    12    14    11    52

CSD    4    2    10    12    28

CCS – Grigg 4, Ka. Pinion 2, Che. Burris 9, R. Burris 5, Chl. Burris 4, Elizabeth Franklin 16, A. Franklin 8, Ko. Pinion 4.

CSD – Burkhard 5, Grazndn 4, Brady 6, Rechards 2, Lavelln 5, Nageotte 2, E. Nageotte 4.

Carolina Christian 45

Gray Stone Day 43

In the opening day of the tournament Friday, the CCS Lady Lions overcame a three-point deficit at halftime to earn a win over Gray Stone.

Ashton Franklin led the Lions with 15 points while Chloe Burris added 13 despite first-half foul trouble.

Cat Harward led Gray Stone and all scorers with 16 points.

“We were fortunate to win tonight. Our shots were not falling and Gray Stone battled really hard,” head coach Randy Burris said.

CCS    11    8    12    14    45

GS    5    17    2    9    33

CCS – Ashton Franklin 15, Chloe Burris 13, Grigg 6, Chl. Burris 6, Pinion 3, E. Franklin 2.

GS – Cat Harward 16, Efird 8, Ansbro 2, Redman 2, Taylor 2, Burris 2, Cadle 1, Giles 1.

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