The West Lincoln Lady Chiefs beat Burns 32-27 Monday.
After falling behind 10-5 at the end of one quarter of play, the Chiefs found themselves down 17-12.
â€œAt halftime, there as no fussing or big speeches you normally hear about,â€ head coach Mia Cooke said. â€œHolly Beam and myself just went into the locker room and showed them a few corrections to make and went back out,â€ she added.
Lydia Boyles scored six of the Lady Chiefs eight points in the third quarter to help her team take the lead.
West Lincoln improves to 4-2 on the season with victories over Lincolnton (twice) and Chase. Both losses came at the hands of Falcons of East Lincoln, with one coming in the championship of the Buck Dellinger Memorial Tournament with a score of 28-22.
Boyles leads West Lincoln in scoring at just over nine a game. Ashley Rhyne is second on the team with eight points per contest, while Courtney Holt averages six on the season.
North Lincoln vs. West Lincoln Girls JV
West Lincoln beat North Lincoln last Friday 25-14.
North Lincolnâ€™s only two losses on the season in Southern Piedmont play have been to the Lady Rebels. Leading scorers for the Lady
Knights were Jazmine Jubenville and Brittany Ballard with three points apiece. Leading scorers for West Lincoln were not available.
Lincolnton vs. East Lincoln Girls JV
Lincolnton beat East Lincoln 33-20 behind 13 points from Airelle Wilson.
Harlie Roberts contributed six points in the win, while Olivia Thompson had five. Stephanie Brown chipped in with four for Lincolnton.
East Lincolnâ€™s leading scorers were not available.
Lincoln Charter Eagles
In recent action, the Lincoln Charter Lady Eagles took down Victory Christian 33-17 behind 13 points from Loren Machado. Canipe contributed six in the victory.
Thompson led Victory Christian with six points.
The Lady Eagles also beat the North Carolina School for the Deaf 44-39 last Tuesday.
Sarah Barbagli paced the Eagles with 14 points, while Gallagher and Machado chipped in with six points apiece.
Lincoln Charter Schoolâ€™s record was 5-7, 3-1 on the season.
The menâ€™s team fell to Victory Christian 57-50 despite Justin Reidâ€™s 28 points.
David Connell was also in double figures with 11.
Preston Reece paced Victory with 18 points, while Gunn contributed nine in the win.
The Eagles fell to 4-7, 3-1 with the loss.
by John Mark Brooks