Chatham County scores and schedules: Jan. 11 through 17

BY CHAPEL FOWLER, News + Record Staff
Posted 1/11/21

Here are scores and schedules for Chatham County high school athletics from Monday, Jan. 11 to Sunday, Jan. 17. This story will be updated throughout the week.

Tuesday, Jan. 12

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Chatham County scores and schedules: Jan. 11 through 17

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Here are scores and schedules for Chatham County high school athletics from Monday, Jan. 11 to Sunday, Jan. 17. This story will be updated throughout the week.

Tuesday, Jan. 12

Basketball: The Chatham Charter women routed Research Triangle, 68-38, behind Morgan Lineberry’s 15 points and 15 rebounds and Tamaya Walden’s 14 points (read full coverage here). Later, Trevor Golden’s 24 points and Aamir Mapp’s 16 were crucial for the Chatham Charter men in a tight 61-51 win over the Raptors (read full coverage here).

Thursday, Jan. 14

Basketball: Chatham Charter’s women stayed within striking range of 4A Wakefield, but the host Wolverines used a 19-point fourth quarter to run away from the Knights, 45-28. Chatham Charter (2-1) dropped its first game of the season.

Friday, Jan. 15

Cross country: The Woods Charter women finished second as a team in the NCHSAA 1A Mideast Regional to qualify for next weekend’s state meet, while Chatham Charter’s Brandon McKoy qualified as an individual after posting a third-place time of 17:28.50. (Read full results.)

Basketball: Te’Keyah Bland (12 points, eight rebounds) and McKenna Snively (10 points) led eight scorers for Northwood’s women, who used a 27-point second quarter to run past Orange, 58-29. Later, big games from freshmen forwards Jarin Stevenson and Drake Powell helped the Northwood men hold off a hot-shooting Orange, 59-54, in a wild fourth quarter.

Basketball: Chatham Central’s men routed South Stanly, 68-28, on the road to move to 2-0.

Basketball: The Jordan-Matthews men passed their first road test of the season, beating Trinity, 38-34, to move to 2-0 on the young season.

Saturday, Jan. 16

Cross country: After posting a sixth-place time of 18:29.94, Jordan-Matthews senior Robert Train qualified as an individual for next weekend’s state meet at the NCHSAA 2A Mideast Regional. (Read full results.)

Cross country: Northwood’s men finished second overall in the NCHSAA 3A Mideast Regional to qualify for states a second season in a row. Northwood’s women came up just short as a team, finishing fourth, but junior Caroline Murrell will race next weekend as an individual. (Read full results.)

Cross country: Parker Crowley’s 22nd-place finish led Chatham Central at the NCHSAA 1A Midwest Regional. The Bears had three runners qualify for regionals individually, but none advanced to states. (Read full results.)

Basketball: Northwood’s men finished off a strong weekend by beating Chapel Hill, 57-43, in a second straight home game. The Chargers are now 3-1 on the season.

Basketball: In a second straight low-scoring conference affair, Jordan-Matthews dropped an afternoon home game to Randleman, 40-39.

Reporter Chapel Fowler can be reached at cfowler@chathamnr.com or on Twitter at @chapelfowler.

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