JV girls win by 36
Published 9:08 am Thursday, January 20, 2022
The Davie JV girls basketball team was tracking its inevitable path in the opening minute, and the War Eagles buried lowly Parkland 50-12 on Jan. 11.
Coach Lamar Russell carried seven healthy players to Winston-Salem, and all seven scored in the first eight minutes. Kaylee Lewis (seven) and Nadelie Jones (six) powered a 25-3 first quarter.
The spread grew to 42-3 by halftime as Davie, which was coming off a 20-point loss to West Forsyth, breezed to 7-3 overall and 4-2 in the Central Piedmont Conference.
“One of our goals was to get everybody in the scorebook, and we did that in the first quarter,” Russell said.
Jones finished with 11 points and three steals. Lewis had nine points. Tasia Tarpley had eight points and three steals. Carleigh Croom had eight points and 11 rebounds. Kaylee Lynch had six points and eight rebounds. Riley Potts had six points, and Ashley Bledsoe had two points and six boards.
Notes: Davie played without two injured players (Hannah McMillian, Callie Wisecarver). … This was not the Mustangs’ worst loss. They lost 54-8 to Page and 49-4 to Reynolds.