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Northwood defeats Durham School of the Arts in girls' basketball, 59 - 33

Posted Saturday, February 9, 2013

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Pittsboro, NC — The Northwood High School girls' basketball team (18-4, 13-1 C-12) remained in the hunt for the regular-season Carolina 12 1-A/2-A Conference title with its win over Durham School of the Arts.

Shontai Totten (15 points) and Alexis Brower (13) led the way for the Chargers.

DSA dropped to 8-8 overall and 5-8 C-12 with the loss, despite 15 points, eight rebounds, two steals and two blocks by Ariel Wilson. All Wilson’s numbers were either team highs or tied for team highs.

DURHAM SCHOOL OF THE ARTS — Ariel Wilson 15, Crystal Clark 12, Angela Travers 1, Clare James 1, and Christiana Bright 4.

NORTHWOOD —Eboni Watson 3, Gabby Mehringer 9, Alexis Brower 13, Jasmine Atkins 2, Tyeshia Baldwin 9, Shontai Totten 15, Jasmine Harris 2, Mariah Morrow 4, J. Palermo 2.

DSA 10 6 6 11—33
Northwood 10 23 12 14—59

3-point FG—Northwood 6 (Brower 3, Totten 3). Rebounds—DSA (Wilson 8). Steals—DSA (Wilson 2, Jaida Henderson 2, Clark 2. Blocked shots—DSA (Wilson 2, Sydney Harris 2).
Records—Durham School of the Arts 8-8, 5-8 Carolina 12 1-A/2-A Conference; Northwood 18-4, 13-1 C-12.

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Northwood defeats Durham School of the Arts in girls' basketball, 59 - 33
Northwood girls' basketball coach Cameron Vernon.
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