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South Davidson Men’s Varsity Basketball
The South Davidson varsity basketball team is 6-10 overall and 2-2 in conference play. The South Davidson Wildcats basketball team lost Friday’s away non-conference game against Albemarle by a score of 75-42.

The South Davidson Wildcats basketball team won Friday’s home conference game on January 9, against Chatham Central by a score of 59-52 and lost a home conference game against East Montgomery by a score of 73-62.

The South Davidson Wildcats basketball team has a home non-conference game vs. East Rowan on Wednesday, Jan 21 and will host conference rival West Montgomery Friday night, January 23.

SDHS Varsity Women’s Basketball Update
Submitted by Coach Frizzell
The Lady Varsity Wildcats lost the game by a score of 55 to 60 in a tough environment last Friday night against the Albemarle Bulldogs. The girls continue to work hard to improve each day and are really coming together as one team as the season moves past the halfway point players are starting to hit the open spots, making their opponents pay.

The following stats from Friday night’s game are in order by player number. Hannah Cranford #11 was the nights leading scorer with 13 points 6 rebounds 1 assist; Hannah Luellen #12 10 points, 5 rebounds 2 steals.; Laramie Miller #13 9 points 4 rebounds; Anna Gardner #14 2 points, 3 rebounds, 1 steal; Danielle Hunt #20 11 points, 6 rebounds., 2 assists, 1 steal; Savannah Stevenson #23 8 points, 5 rebounds, 2 assists, 1 steal; Desara Hunt #24 2 points; Eryn Bean #25 still continues to give 100% under the basket on offense, defense and with her senior leadership. The Wildcats are still without Danielle Fee, a key senior this year due to a knee injury, and Candice Cook with a foot injury. 

The Varsity Girl’s Basketball team picked up two critical conference wins the week prior. The Lady Wildcats defeated East Montgomery 67 to 43 on Monday, January 6 and Chatham Central 55 to 43 on Friday, January 9. In the game against East Montgomery Laramie Miller and Savannah Stevenson each scored 15 points, Anna Gardner added 12, Hannah Cranford had 10 points, and Danielle Hunt put in 8 points for the win. 

Against Chatham South’s leading scorers were Anna Gardner with 14 points, Hannah Cranford with 13 points, Savannah Stevenson with 10 points, Danielle Hunt with 8 points, Laramie Miller with 7 points. Hannah Luellen came up big on the boards with 9 rebounds for the second game in a row and Eryn Bean continued to dominate with box outs in the paint. 

The Ladies will play at home against the current number one girls team in the conference on Friday of this week. The Wildcats are 11-4 overall and 3-1 in conference. We need your support for a win against West Montgomery and thank you to all who have been able to attend a game so far this season. Go Wildcats!