Pam Pack splits with Patriots
Published 1:49 am Wednesday, January 23, 2008
MOREHEAD CITY — It took a while for the Pam Pack to find its legs following the long bus ride to Morehead City, but it did so in time to pull out a 55-52 win over West Carteret in Tuesday’s Coastal Conference boys basketball game.
The Pack (9-3, 4-2) trailed 15-5 after the first quarter, but used a 16-8 second quarter to pull within 23-21 at the half.
After the teams netted 15 points apiece in the third, Washington outscored the hosts 19-14 in the decisive fourth quarter to take the victory.
Daquan Daniels paced the Pack with 14 points. Cor-J Cox and Jamaal Rouse added nine apiece and Lee Godley chipped in eight.
Jarees Griffin and Dakuan Spencer netted four apiece, Derrick Mallison chipped in three and Rodney Cogdell and Colby Modlin had two each.
In the girls game, Washington (8-8, 3-4) fell 68-63. It was the second straight loss for the Pack after four straight wins.
Hayley Stowe pumped in 15 points for the Pack.
No other information was available as of press time.
The Pack is back on the road Friday as it battles D.H. Conley in another Coastal Conference showdown.
Washington’s boys topped the Vikings 59-44 in the first meeting.
The D.H. Conley girls pulled out a 72-64 double-overtime win.
Knights blast Bethel
The Terra Ceia Knights hit the century mark for the third time this season, taking a 100-57 victory over Bethel Christian in Tuesday’s Tarheel Independent Conference game.
Mychael Parker had 33 points to pace the Knights (16-6, 7-0).
Bradley Van Staalduinen had 19 points, nine rebounds, seven steals and five assists. Hendrik Van Dorp and Justin Lilley also hit for double digits with 12 each.
Hunter Davenport chipped in eight, while Payne Snow had six, Wayne Woolard four and Dylan Hubers two.
Terra Ceia posted a 33-23 win in the junior varsity boys game.
The Knights picked up a 19-15 victory in junior varsity girls action. Katie Jackson led the way with 12 points, while Caroline Welti had four, Sydney Hubers two and Paige Roberson one.
The Knights are back in action Friday night at Lawrence.