Historic season for Lady Knights continues in defeat of Woods

Posted 2/7/20

SILER CITY — The Chatham Charter girls basketball team used a 14-5 spurt in the opening period to cruise to a 47-36 triumph over Woods Charter Friday night in Siler City.

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Historic season for Lady Knights continues in defeat of Woods

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SILER CITY — The Chatham Charter girls basketball team used a 14-5 spurt in the opening period to cruise to a 47-36 triumph over Woods Charter Friday night in Siler City.

Chatham Charter moved to 10-0 in the 1A Central Tar Heel Conference and to 18-2 overall with the win. Every victory adds to a record-high win total by the Knights.

Woods Charter fell to 5-5 in the league and to 7-5 overall with the loss.

The teams battled to a 12-all tie in the second quarter to make the score 26-17 at the half before Chatham Charter took a 12-10 advantage in the third to go up 38-27 entering the fourth.

Morgan Lineberry tallied 17 points to lead the Knights offensively Tamaya Walden chipped in 12 points, Lillian Jones eight points and Rebecca McGaughnea seven.

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