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Middle School Girls B
  • Emma Aldredge
    2024
  • Madison George
    2024
  • Rebekah Leshnock
    2024
  • Kylie Neshat
    2023
  • Avery Shaw
    2024
  • Raynor Singleton
    2023
  • Greyson Vaughn
    2024
  • Grace Viera
    2024
  • Medlin Weddington
    2023
  • Genesis White
    2024
  • Elizabeth Williamson
    2023
  • Kenley Wood
    2024
  • Greysen Woody
    2023

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Steve Barnes

The Warriors middle school B teams swept Cary Academy Friday at home. The girls ended their season with a 14-0 shutout to finish 9-2. Greysen Woody and Kylie Neshat scored four points each, while Medlin Weddington, Emma Aldridge and Raynor Singleton each scored two. “Our defense has been spectacular all season and it obviously was again today,” said coach Jason Redmond. “To give up less than nine points a game and not allow a point in a game is tremendous. I’m very proud of our team.” The boys completed the evening with a wire-to-wire 40-24 victory over the Chargers. They built a ten point halftime margin into the 16 point win. “We just played our game,” said coach Charles Graves, whose team is 8-4 with one game left. “We moved the ball well and got everyone involved.” Clay Lewis led St. David’s with 11 points, while Cruz English and Will Nicholson each had seven. The Warriors finish the season Tuesday at home against Trinity Academy of Raleigh.  

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Tuesday’s trip to Cary Christian did not turn out well for the Warriors middle school basketball B teams. The girls lost for the first time this season, 14-13, and the boys fell 46-33. The girls led 10-6 at halftime, but a strong Knights press in the second half made the difference. “We had way too many turnovers in the second half,” said coach Jason Redmond, whose team is 7-1. “We missed too many shots in the first half and their pressure was too much for us in the second half.” Greysen Woody led St. David’s with five points.  The boys couldn’t overcome an early deficit and dropped to 5-4. “We weren’t aggressive at all early in the game and that set the tone,” said coach Charles Graves. “We need to be consistent and play with confidence every game.” Clay Lewis and Harris Webster led the scoring with six points each. 

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The Warriors middle school boys and girls B teams both won at St. Timothy's Friday. The boys used a 25 point second half to win, 40-19. The victory ended a two game losing streak. Will Nicholson and Phillip Medlin scored 10 points each and Jack Webster had eight. "Our big second half was a reflection of a great week of practice," said coach Charles Graves. "Our guys really zoned in after our two losses and I think we've regained our focus." The girls won a hard fought defensive battle, 13-6, Friday at St. Timothy’s. St. David’s (7-0) led the entire game and allowed the Titans just two points in the second half. “Our defense pulled us through again,” said coach Jason Redmond. “Their defense was very good as well as we didn’t get many uncontested shots. Raynor Singleton was outstanding on both ends today and was the key to our win..” Singleton scored all six of her points in the second half to lead SDS. Madison George, Rebekah Leshnock and Kenley Wood scored two points each, while Greysen Woody made a free throw. Both Warriors teams travel to Cary Christian Tuesday.

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Two undefeated teams met Monday at St. David’s and the Warriors girls B basketball team stayed that way with a hard-fought 14-10 victory over North Raleigh Christian Academy. The Warriors (6-0) shut out the Knights in the second and fourth quarters to earn the victory. “NRCA scored 32 points in a game earlier this season and we held them to 10,” said coach Jason Redmond. “I thought our defense was outstanding for the entire game and was the reason we won.” The teams were tied 10-10 starting the final quarter. Rebekah Leshnock put the Warriors in front with a basket, then Greysen Woody scored to put SDS ahead by four with under two minutes left. Woody led the Warriors with five points, while Raynor Singleton had three. St. David’s makes the short trip to St. Timothy’s Friday.

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The middle school girls B team polished off a perfect first half of their season with a 27-3 victory at Cary Academy Tuesday. The Warriors enter the exam and holiday break with a 5-0 record after another strong start and stifling defensive performance. St. David’s led 10-0 after the first quarter and 20-2 at halftime. All 12 Warriors saw extensive playing time and eight of them scored. Greysen Woody and Emma Aldridge led SDS with eight points each. “This was a great way to start our break,” said coach Jason Redmond. “Everyone gave a tremendous effort on both ends of the floor.  This is a fun group to coach because they work hard and support each other no matter who is playing and who is on the bench. I’m looking forward to the second half of our season.” St. David’s is back in action January 8th at home against NRCA. 

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The Warriors girls B team earned a hard fought 16-13 overtime victory Thursday in front of a loud crowd of Wake Christian students and fans. SDS remains undefeated at 4-0.  St. David’s led 8-3 at halftime, but the game was tied, 8-8, after three quarters. Madison George hit a pair of buckets in the fourth quarter for a 12-8 lead, but the Bulldogs came back in the final seconds to force overtime. Greysen Woody hit a jump shot for the lead early in the extra session and Rebekah Leshnock clinched the victory with another basket for a team-high six points.  “I am very impressed and proud of the way we handled the noise and Wake Christian’s defense,” said coach Jason Redmond. “We stayed positive after losing the lead and found a way to win in overtime. We kept our poise in a very difficult environment." Kylie Neshat, Raynor Singleton and Medlin Weddington rounded out the scoring with two points each.

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The middle school girls B team remained undefeated with a 28-15 home victory over Cary Christian Tuesday. The Warriors (3-0) jumped out to a 16-4 halftime lead, then held off the Knights rally in the third quarter that made it an eight point game.  “Our aggressiveness on defense was outstanding,” said coach Jason Redmond. “Raynor Singleton had a ton of rebounds and our guards put good pressure on the ball. I was proud of the way we hung in there during their rally and kept control of the game.” Six different players scored for St. David’s. Rebekah Leshnock led the way with 10 points, while Kylie Neshat added six. SDS plays on the road for the first time this season Thursday at Wake Christian. 

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The middle school girls B team remained undefeated with a 14-7 victory over Wake Christian Friday afternoon at home.  St. David’s did not allow a point in the first quarter for the second straight game and led 8-3 at halftime. “Our defense was outstanding for the entire game,” said coach Jason Redmond, whose team is 2-0. “We had a lot of open shots on offense that we didn’t make, but we will next time.” Greysen Woodie, Medlin Weddington and Rebekah Leshnock had four points each to lead SDS. 

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The Warriors middle school girls basketball B team started the season with a 19-10 victory over Ravenscroft Friday at St. David’s. The Warriors led 10-0 after the first quarter and 14-0 at halftime. “This is the first time we’ve shut out an opponent for the first half in an opener since I’ve been here,” said fifth year head coach Jason Redmond. “We hustled and fought on every possession. We also moved the ball well on offense and it paid off.” Medlin Weddington led St. David’s with seven points, while Rebekah Leshnock added six.

The Warriors middle school girls basketball B team started the season with a 19-10 victory over Ravenscroft Friday at St. David’s. The Warriors led 10-0 after the first quarter and 14-0 at halftime. “This is the first time we’ve shut out an opponent for the first half in an opener since I’ve been here,” said fifth year head coach Jason Redmond. “We hustled and fought on every possession. We also moved the ball well on offense and it paid off.” Medlin Weddington led St. David’s with seven points, while Rebekah Leshnock added six.

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