The Stanly News and Press (Albemarle, NC)


December 12, 2012

North Stanly Comet squads swept in Rocky River openers on Friday

Wednesday, December 12, 2012 — The high school basketball squads of North Stanly High School played their first two conference games of the 2012-13 season on Friday and Monday nights against Forest Hills and Cuthbertson, respectively.

Friday’s Games


Forest Hills 48

North Stanly 29

On Friday night, the North Stanly Comets opened play in the Rocky River Conf-erence with a road game at Forest Hills.

The host Jackets used a big second quarter to end a four-game winning streak for the Comets in a 48-29 loss for North.

Gentry Grubb led the Comets (4-2, 0-1 RRC) with seven points, while Ishemia Bivens led the Jackets with 22 points, hitting on 9-of-28 shooting from the field.

North Stanly’s offense struggled to put points on the board, scoring the fewest in a game since scoring just 32 points in a loss to Berry Academy on Jan. 22, 2010.

The Comets shot 9-of-51 on the night, hitting 2-of-19 from the three-point arc and  9-of-19 at the free-throw line.

Forest Hills outrebounded the Comets 49-27 in the game, with sophomore Onyx Burns leading all rebounders with 10. Dana Beadle led North Stanly with eight boards.

NS    7    4    7    11    29

FH    7    16    8    17    48

NS – Grubb 7, Speight 5, Scott 5, J. Poolos 4, Beadle 3, Huff 2, A. Poolos 2, Vint 1.

FH – Ishemia Bivens 22, Everett 9, Hailey 6, Burns 3, Harrell 3, Kirkland 2, Cole 2, Bivens 2.


Forest Hills 93

North Stanly 41

The two-game winning streak that the North boys’ squad had built in non-conference play ended on Friday night with a loss at Forest Hills in the team’s opening Rocky River Conference game of the season.

The North teams travel to East Rowan on Thursday.

NS    2    13    14    12    41

FH    23    26    16    28    93

NS – Greene 8, Sylvester 7, Little 6, Gibson 5, Smith 4, Burris 3, Parnell 3, Misenheimer 3, Reid 2.

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