Danbury — The North Stokes boys easily dismissed their visit to Starmount on Tuesday night. The Vikings built a 40-point lead in the second half and ended the game with cold rules.
There were five players in the North with double-digit scores, and another within one point.
The Viking exploded at 27 points in the opening quarter. Jamison Wood, the team’s top scorer, added 10 points during this period, with five other teammates in the scoring line.
North Stokes led 27-12 after the first eight minutes of play.
Wood, Treyson Mabe and Michael Mabe scored 4 points each in the second stanza, while Brayden Ring and Cade Cole each chipped another 3 points to help the home team achieve a comfortable 49-26 half-time lead. did.
North Stokes came out of the locker room the way they started the game. The team added another 27 points during this period, with Ring adding 8 points, Samuel Collins adding 7 points and Carson Fitch adding 6 points. The Vikings moved the clock to finish the quarter.
Reserve Connor Mabe finished the fourth quarter with 11 of the team’s 13 points.
Wood had a Viking pace of 14 points, Ring and Collins 13 points each, and Cole and Connor Mabe 11 points each.
Michael Mabe was one point away from the double-digit score at 9. Fitch led the team with six rebounds, and Traison Mave increased the pace of the Viking with six assists in the contest.
North Stokes improved to 14-2 overall, 6-1 at the Northwest 1A Conference.Vikings will host Ally Gainy (6-7, 2-4) at 7:30 pm on Friday
The Vikings took first place in the half-game as South Stokes lost to Mount Airy 73-55 on Tuesday.
Starmount – 12 – 14 – 09 – 07 = 42
North Stokes – 27 – 22 – 27 – 13 = 89
Individual scoring – Starmount: Xavier King 5, Bougie McLington 7, Jaydon Heart Bailey 2, Zack Dezern 9, Jaylin Adams 10, Preston Williams 2, Eli Winger 2, Dirch Shore 3, Zack Armstrong 2. North Stokes: Braden Ring 13, Jamison Wood 14, Carson Fitch 8, Connor Mave 11, Samuel Collins 13, Curtis Scanbell 4, Trayson Mave 4, Cade Call 11, Michael Mave 9, Joshman Ring 2.
Robert Money can be reached at 336-749-1193.