North Moore outscored Chatham Charter 31-15 in the second half here on Monday evening in Siler City enroute to a 49-27 victory in area girl’s high school basketball action. With the loss, …
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North Moore outscored Chatham Charter 31-15 in the second half here on Monday evening in Siler City enroute to a 49-27 victory in area girl’s high school basketball action.
With the loss, Chatham Charter fell to 5-6 on the season, while North Moore improved to 2-1.
Nadia Brower and Bonnie Lambert collected four points apiece in the first quarter as the Lady Mustangs sped to a 14-5 advantage after one quarter of action.
Miranda Griffith and Morgan Lineberry had a basket each for the Knights in the period.
Chatham Charter stepped up the defensive intensity big time in the second stanza, limiting North Moore to four points. Lineberry would counter with five, including a trey, but the Knights could cut the lead to just 18-12 at the half.
In the third, North Moore would use a 13-7 run to take a 31-19 advantage into the fourth. Alexus McCrimmon had seven points, including a trey, to spark the Mustangs.
Griffin, Alexus Baldwin and Rebecca McGaughnea had a basket each for Chatham Charter in the third.
The Mustangs finished the Knights off in the fourth with an 18-8 surge to cap the 49-27 win. Brower had a trey on the way to five points in the stanza, while Alexis Miller and Ashley Miller each added four points, and McCrimmon drained a three-pointer.
McGaughnea had three points for the Knights in the frame.
Lineberry led Chatham Charter offensively with 10 points in the loss while Baldwin chipped in seven, and McGaughnea five.
Brower paced North Moore with 13 points whiloe McCrimmon added 12.