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  • Feisty Central boys come up short

    WALLBURG — Coach Brian Hege figured it was time to shake up the Central Davidson boys' basketball team, so he installed a read-and-react offense on Wednesday.

  • Ledford slips past Central girls 58-42

    WALLBURG — The way Ledford coach Chris Doby saw it, getting the 58-42 Mid-Piedmont Conference victory over Central Davidson Thursday night was nice.

  • Girls basketball: Dec. 19 roundup

    Eagles blitz Wheatmore
    East Davidson jumped out to a 27-3 after one quarter and rolled to a 64-25 nonconference win at Wheatmore on Thursday.
    Bayley Plummer had 24 points to pace the Eagles, and Madi Hallman added 13.

  • Wrestling: Dec. 19 roundup

    Spartans slam Storm
    Central Davidson rolled to a 54-27 Mid-Piedmont Conference victory over Southern Guilford on Thursday.

  • West boys cruise past South

    Denton — West Davidson's Tyler Grooms scored 13 first-half points to help the Dragons turn a five-point first-quarter lead into a 64-41 rout over South Davidson on Wednesday night.

  • Wildcat girls roar past West

    Denton — When South Davidson's girls visited Tyro two weeks ago, the Wildcats raced out to an early lead en route to a 37-point thrashing over West Davidson.

  • Knights dominate East

    WELCOME — North Davidson has found the going somewhat tough to begin the season, bringing a 1-4 record into its game against East Davidson. Things went much easier for the Knights on Wednesday night.

  • Boys basketball: Dec. 18 roundup

    South defeats West Montgomery

  • Girls basketball: Dec. 18 roundup

    South falls to W. Montgomery
    Hannah Luellen scored 15 and Anna Gardner 11 as South Davidson dropped a 63-43 decision to West Montgomery on Tuesday.
    The Wildcats are 6-2 on the year. 

  • West boys harvest Wheatmore 53-45

    TYRO — Every once in a while, you just gotta trust your players.

  • West girls falter against Warriors 51-28

    TYRO — For a while there, the West Davidson girls' basketball team was hanging tight with Wheatmore.

  • War Eagles roll in second half, beat Spartans 68-52

    For a while, Central Davidson and Davie County were locked in a battle of equals.

  • Davie girls rout Central

    Central Davidson's girls started out Tuesday evening the right way, scoring the first four points of the game. From there, however, they could seem to do little right. And Davie County made them pay en route to a 63-23 nonconference victory at...