High School Roundup | Knapp, Perquimans defeat visiting Pasquotank in girls basketball


From staff reports

Friday, December 21, 2018

HERTFORD — The Perquimans girls basketball team defeated Pasquotank 45-38 Wednesday night at Perquimans County High School.

McKayle Knapp led the Lady Pirates (6-2) with 15 points, Jada Modlin scored 14 points, Asha Elliott had eight points with six assists and J’Dazah Brown had four points and 15 rebounds in the win.

Pasquotank (2-3) returns to action Jan. 3 at Edenton.

Currituck 46, Camden 29: The Lady Knights (4-4) defeated the visiting Lady Bruins Wednesday.

Tyana Peebles scored 15 points, while Ta'nia Seymore followed with eight points in the win.

Shae Ferebee led Camden (2-4) with 15 points and three rebounds, Kennedy Lighty posted six points with 10 rebounds.

Gates 39, Northeastern 30: The Lady Eagles (0-6) lost at home Wednesday night.

Nakiyah Arnold led NHS with 11 points and seven rebounds, Jessica Jenkins had a team-high nine rebounds.

Gates (3-2) takes on Washington County at the Hertford County Christmas Tournament Dec. 26.


Perquimans 55, Pasquotank 53: The Pirates (4-4) held off the Panthers at home Wednesday night.

Shihene Foreman led Perquimans with 16 points, while Keshawn Long followed with 14 points. 

Pasquotank (1-2) returns to the court Dec. 26.

Currituck 67, Camden 53: Currituck (4-3) defeated the visiting Bruins (4-2) Wednesday night.

Ricky Owens scored a game-high 25 points with 16 rebounds, Carmillo Burton added 15 points and KJ Harvey had 14 points in the win.

Tim Aydlett led Camden with 16 points with three steals, Jayden Walton followed with 11 points and four rebounds, Carlton Harrell had nine points and five rebounds and Maximus Reid posted eight points with six rebounds and three steals.

Gates 38, Northeastern 37: The Eagles (0-1) opened their season with a loss at home Wednesday.

Jahri Leigh led NHS with 13 points and six rebounds, Da'Quan Dunton posted 10 points, three rebounds and three steals.

Adrian Spellman had a team-best eight rebounds, while Aaron Harris had four assists for Northeastern.