↑Mooresville: Trailing North Lincoln 60-53 with three minutes left, Mooresville went on a 15-0 run to win 68-60. TJ Daniels had 26 points, 10 steals and six assists for Mooresville. Collin Labar had 23 points for North Lincoln.
↑Covenant Day girls: upset No. 11 Charlotte Latin 55-53 on an Erica VanDusen layup with 2.6 seconds left. She finished with 11 points, seven rebounds. Teammate Sarah Billiard had 21 points, 11 rebounds, six blocks.
↓Grant Williams, Providence Day: Reigning Observer player of the year injured his ankle after nasty fall in the first half of an 83-57 win over Charlotte Christian. The Chargers, ranked as high as No. 12 nationally, have a conference championship showdown at Cannon School Friday.
Tuesday’s Girls Roundup
No. 2 Providence Day 52, Charlotte Christian 23: Junior Janelle Bailey had 23 points, 14 rebounds to spark the Chargers (19-2, 4-0 CISAA). Erin Whalen had 14 for Providence Day which led 12-2 after the first quarter and 28-5 at halftime.
No. 8 Weddington 49, Cuthbertson 24: Remi Roberts had 16 points, eight rebounds and four steals to lead the Warriors (16-2, 5-0 Southern Carolina) to an easy win. Erin Addison added 18 points, three assists.
Christ The King 61, Hickory Christian 43: Catherine and Marie Strickland combined for 44 points.
Victory Christian 59, University Christian 16: Lilian Izundu and Grace Wellman had 12 points and 10 rebounds each in the win. Joyous Wilson added 12 points.
Piedmont 56, Marvin Ridge 47: Kelli Fagala and Destinee Little had 13 points each for Piedmont, which outscored Marvin Ridge 30-15 in the fourth quarter. Maddy Griffin had 14 for the Mavericks.
Tuesday’s Girls Top Performers
Courtney Meadows, Maya Caldwell, Davidson Day: Meadows had 10 points, 10 assists, four steals in a 67-17 win over High Point Christian. Caldwell had 13 points, six steals and five assists for the Patriots (19-2).
Jenesai Mohammad, Zaria Wright, Ojai Brooks, Concord First Assembly: 32 points, nine steals for Mohammad in a 77-37 win over Metrolina Christian. Wright (25 points, nine rebounds, five assists) and Brooks (nine points, 10 rebounds) also had big games.
Eleah Parker, Jessyka Leak, Northside Christian: 20 points, 10 rebounds for Parker in 65-12 win over Gaston Christian. Leak had 13 points, 10 steals.
Jeniyah Smith, Monroe: 10 points, 11 rebounds, eight steals in a 36-26 win over Forest Hills.
Tuesday’s Boys Roundup
No. 7 Weddington 65, No. 11 Cuthbertson 43: Tucker Synder had his third straight double-double, finishing with 10 points in a statement win for Weddington (14-4, 5-0 Southern Carolina), which grabbed a two-game conference lead. Ryan Mobley had 14 for Cuthbertson (14-4, 4-2).
No. 10 Fort Mill 78, York 57: Fort Mill (16-3, 7-1) got 18 points from Tanner Mitchell, 16 from Brandon Joseph and 12 from A.J. Foti in an easy win. Malcolm Kennedy led York with 16.
Northside Christian 77, Gaston Christian 17: Isaiah Best had 15 for the Knights and Donovan Gregory 13. Northside led 25-2 after the first quarter and 47-4 at halftime.
Carmel Christian 60, Woodlawn School 14: Sam Wolfe had 20 points and Jon Bryan 11 for Carmel, which led 23-2 after the first quarter and 37-4 at halftime.
Charlotte Latin 81, Covenant Day 56: Caleb Jordan had 20 points, Parker Julian 18 and Bates Jones 14 to lead the Hawks, who outscored Covenant 43-29 in the second half. Chase Dixon and Noah Biggerstaff had 12 each for the Lions.
Christ The King 72, Hickory Christian Academy 47: Mike Grigg had 21 points, six assists, Brian Stanley had 18 points and Scott Harvey had 14 points and nine rebounds in an easy win. Noah Hewitt had 13 for HCA.
Concord First Assembly 68, Metrolina Christian 56: Nico Payne and Nenad Milenkovic had 16 each to lead First Assembly to an easy win. It outscored Metrolina 21-3 in the second quarter. Malcolm Wade and Emeka Nwanko had 20 each for Metrolina.
Gaston Day 68, Hickory Grove 61: Quan McCluney had 22 points, Brandon Reeves 20 and MJ Armstrong 16 for Gaston Day (10-8). Cartier Jernigon had 18 for Hickory Grove (3-16).
Sun Valley 71, Anson 60: Four Sun Valley players got into double figures in a comfortable win: Hughston Finklea (19), Anthony Brown (17), Jeremiah Miller (14) and Elijah Evans (13).
Tuesday’s Boys Top Performers
Terron Dixon, Queens Grant: 22 points, seven rebounds, four assists and four steals in a 77-45 win over Union Academy. Queens Grant (13-5, 5-0 Uwharrie Athletic conference) got eight points, 12 rebounds, five blocks and four assists.
Isaac Johnson, Josh Howard, Trey Wertz, Providence Day: In an 83-57 win over Charlotte Christian, Johnson had 25 points, 11 rebounds and shot 71 percent; Howard had 19 points, 15 rebounds; and Wertz had 15 points, six rebounds, four assists and shot 50 percent from 3-point range.
Philip McKenzie, Cannon: 6-5 junior forward had 20 points, 11 rebounds, four steals in an 81-51 win over Charlotte Country Day. McKenzie averages 13 points, 14 rebounds. Teammate Zion Hendrix, a 5-9 sophomore guard, had 13 points, nine assists and three steals.
Shawn Morrison Jr., Jaylen Thompson, Grace Academy: 29 points, seven assists for Morrison in 69-66 win over Charlotte United Christian. Thompson added 13 points, 11 rebounds, three blocks, three assists.
West Charlotte at North Mecklenburg, 6: rivals meet on a special Wednesday night game that will be televised statewide on Time Warner Cable SportsChannel.
Thomas Jefferson at Mountain Island Charter, 6: Mountain Island will give free admission during its annual “green-out” game to anyone wearing green.
Ashbrook at North Gaston
Cherryville at Pine Lake Prep
Concord at Central Cabarrus
Crossroads Charter at South Iredell (Boys only)
Forestview at Stuart Cramer
Hunter Huss at South Point
Lake Norman Charter at East Gaston
Lincoln Charter at Thomas Jefferson Academy
Lincolnton at East Lincoln
Monroe at West Stanly
Myers Park at Rocky River
NW Cabarrus at Cox Mill
Porter Ridge at Forest Hills
Thomas Jefferson at Mountain Island Charter
West Charlotte at North Mecklenburg
West Iredell at South Iredell