Rockets fall to Eastern, Western Feb 9, 2023 Feb 9, 2023 Updated Feb 9, 2023 Facebook Twitter WhatsApp SMS Email Person freshman Nivaeh Holeman drives against Eastern Alamace on Friday. Silas Albright | The Courier-Times Facebook Twitter WhatsApp SMS Email Print Copy article link Save Facebook Twitter WhatsApp SMS Email Print Copy article link Save The Eastern Alamance girls’ basketball team raced out to a big first-quarter lead and never looked back in its, 58-23 win against Person Friday in Mebane. With the win, the Eagles improved to 13-9 overall and 6-4 in the Central Conference before falling to league-leader Northwood 45-40 on Tuesday.Person lost 64-23 against Western Alamance on Tuesday to remain winless on the year. On Friday, Eastern jumped out to a 16-3 advantage and continued to pull away throughout.Ten players scored for Eastern, led by Nicole Hester with 12. Makayla Thompson poured in 11, while Tashawna Garner chipped in eight.Person hit six threes in the game, with Makayla Bradsher pacing the Rockets with 10 points. Bradsher drained three from beyond the arc.Macy Bowes and Kayla Brown finished with three, while Paige Jay and Nivaeh Holeman added two points each.Kyaya Hughes buried a fourth-quarter 3-pointer for her first points of the season. Facebook Twitter WhatsApp SMS Email Print Copy article link Save Tags Sports Basketball Games And Toys Recommended for you Most Popular Articles Images Videos Commented ArticlesPrisoner search continuesLocal leaders praise Duke, citizens oppose rate increaseCrime Reports: March 3-13RCS names Bryant next MEDPCSO searching for escaped prisonerPerson High Hall of Fame announces new inducteesDoris Ann Oakley MooreFerris gets top laughs on AFVEvelyn Turner WilsonLeland Clarence Wood Images Videos CommentedSorry, there are no recent results for popular commented articles. Latest e-Edition Person County Life To view our latest e-Edition click the image on the left. Local Events
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