Sports Briefs: Davie High women’s alumni game Dec. 21
Published 9:23 pm Monday, November 21, 2022
Shady Grove wins title
Shady Grove Black blanked Pinebrook, 14-0, in the varsity championship game on Nov. 12, the Bulldogs scoring on an 84-yard run in the second quarter and a 13-yard run in the fourth.
Peyton Jordan (eight tackles, forced fumble), Sawyer Hall (seven tackles) and Justin Green (four tackles) were the leaders for Pinebrook, which finished 7-2.
“Congrats to the Bulldogs,” Pinebrook coach Tim Dunn said. “We had a good year, learned a lot and had fun. Thanks to coaches Drew Ridenhour, Will Rogers, Josh Pfaff, Michael Clement and Zack Dunn.”
Women’s alumni game Dec. 21
Coach Lindsey Adams has scheduled a Davie Girls Basketball Alumni Game for Dec. 21 at approximately 6:30 p.m. All players will be recognized at halftime of varsity girls game,” Adams said. “You can participate as a player in the game or just come support the current players and watch the alumni game at halftime.”
North wrestling wins by 64
North Davie’s wrestling team opened the season with an easy win, 82-18 at North Carolina Leadership Academy on Nov. 17.
Robertson named all-SAC
Preston Robertson of Mocksville earned a nice honor to wrap up his college football career at Emory & Henry. The fifth-year senior/offensive lineman was named to the Second Team Offense in the South Atlantic Conference’s Mountain Division.
The Wasps are a first-year member of the SAC. They went 6-5 overall and 4-5 in league play to finish fourth in the division and eighth overall after being picked 11th in the preseason poll.