Roundup: Lady Pack basketball, Washington wrestling first in ECC

Published 5:34 pm Wednesday, December 20, 2017

Lady Pack moves into first in ECC

Washington took sole possession of first place in the 2-A Eastern Carolina Conference after a 46-26 bashing of Ayden-Grifton on Tuesday.

Daria Jones helped lead the Lady Pack to the top of the standings with a 12-point game. Eight of those came in a third quarter in which Washington erupted for 22 points to take firm control of the game. Kizoria Redmond and Kiwona Clayton also shot the ball well in the third.

Washington began competition in the South Central Christmas Tournament on Wednesday. After that, it will be off until traveling to South Lenoir on Jan. 2. The Lady Pack will look to stay sharp after last year’s New Year collapse.


Washington handles ECC foes

LITTLEFIELD — Washington hit the road for Ayden-Grifton for its second 2-A Eastern Carolina Conference quad of the season. The Pam Pack handled the Chargers (54-15) and North Lenoir (77-0) with ease.

Khyric McCloud, Brodie Moore, Gavin Woolard, Carson Asby, Dylan Modlin, Henry Jennings, Hayden Anderson, Austin Koonce, Mitchell Cobb, Drew Ferguson and Tristen Nixon each picked up at least one win between the two matches.

Washington will host its annual Eil Saleeby Tournament on Dec. 30.