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The primary role of your gutter system is to channel water off of your roof and direct it away from your home’s foundation. Gutter blockages can result in water running over the sides of your gutters. That water will eventually settle around your foundation. With time, pooling water will affect the reliability of your home’s structure, causing cracks, mold growth, and even collapse.
Your home’s gutter system is held up by fascia boards, which are typically made of wood. When your clogged gutters overflow with water, your fascia boards will begin to rot. On top of that, your fascia boards must hold the increased weight of your clogged gutters. The combination of rot and weight can cause your gutter system to fail, resulting in expensive repairs.
If you want to maintain the beauty of your landscaping, having clog-free gutters is essential. When your gutters can’t do their job, overflowing water will pour down the sides of your home. Eventually, this water will damage the trees, shrubs, and flower beds close to the base of your home.
When your gutters are full of leaves and other debris, rainwater, and other forms of precipitation have nowhere to go. This causes water to fill your gutters to the brim. Because each gallon of water weighs around eight pounds, this extra weight will cause your gutters to crack, bend, or even tear away from your roof. Your gutters are rendered completely useless at that point, and you’re looking at very expensive repairs.
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Common Signs of Clogged Gutters
One of the most common questions we get at The Gutter Gorilla centers around when homeowners need gutter cleaning in Weddington, NC. The answer is nuanced, but generally speaking, your gutters need to be cleaned twice a year or whenever they become clogged. Unfortunately, it’s not exactly easy for the average homeowner to climb up on a ladder, get on their roof, and look to see if their gutters are full of debris.
Luckily, there are some common signs that you can look out for to save yourself from costly repairs:
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Buying a home is one of the largest financial investments that you will make as an adult. As a homeowner, you know that protecting that investment is a priority. While most homeowners do a good job of staying up to date with home maintenance, sometimes life happens, and things begin to slip through the cracks. For many homeowners, gutters and downspouts are often one of those overlooked items.
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When Should You Consider Gutter Installation?
Sometimes, it can be difficult to determine whether you need new gutter installation or gutter repairs. The most reliable answer will come after our team has had a chance to inspect your gutters in Weddington. Before you call our office to schedule an inspection, consider the following symptoms of a failing gutter system:
- Gutters are starting to pull apart and separate.
- Gutter guards are starting to sag and pull away from the roof.
- The gutter hangers have begun to break or bend.
- Downspouts are starting to crease or are no longer straight.
- Gutters show signs of rust or have visible holes.
Quick, Reliable Gutter Repairs in Weddington, NC
Cleaning and repairing gutters can be a tiresome task. We understand that the last thing you want to do with your free time is to try and figure out how to repair your damaged gutters. However, gutters that are left unrepaired can cause extensive damage to your home and lawn. If you see that your gutters are damaged, you must get them repaired by a professional as soon as possible. Gutter repairs range in complexity and can be as simple as patching a hole in one of your downspouts to re-securing gutters on your home’s fascia board. We recommend that you call our office to schedule a gutter inspection, so our team can get a full understanding of the repairs that need completing.
Here are a few signs that you should be aware of that usually require gutter repairs in Weddington, NC:
Pooling WaterPuddles of water accumulating near your home’s foundation
LeaksThe next time it rains, grab your umbrella and check your gutters for signs of drips or leaks.
Displaced HardwareIf you notice gutter-hanging hardware laying on the ground under the edge of your roof, it’s time to call in The Gutter Gorilla. This is a sign that your gutters aren’t fastened securely. One strong gust of wind or heavy rainstorm could cause serious damage to your gutter system.
MoldCheck your basement and your attic for signs of mold growth. If you see any mold or mildew, your gutters might not be doing their job of directing water away from your home.
Peeling PaintHave you noticed that paint is starting to peel down the side of your house? Is there rust beginning to form on your gutters? If so, you could be dealing with a leak. Usually, the result of rust or a puncture, this type of problem needs to be patched by a professional
Uneven GuttersIf your gutters are uneven or starting to sag in the middle, it’s not a good sign. In situations like these, pooling water will not be able to drain towards your corner downspouts. Eventually, the entire gutter will pull away from your home. It is highly recommended that you hire our team of professionals to repair this problem before it gets even worse.
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Everyday Hero: Union County high school senior leads 100,000 notebook donation drive
UNION COUNTY, N.C. — A Union County high schooler said he felt inspired to help his community after noticing school supplies on sale last year.Weddington High School senior Jack Werdann decided to turn his inspiration into a 100,000 notebook donation drive, all while balancing the stress and struggles of his senior year.Between school, basketball, clubs and family, Werdann stays pretty busy.A Weddington High School senior organized a 100,000 notebook donation drive in coordination with Lidl grocery storesIn ...
UNION COUNTY, N.C. — A Union County high schooler said he felt inspired to help his community after noticing school supplies on sale last year.
Weddington High School senior Jack Werdann decided to turn his inspiration into a 100,000 notebook donation drive, all while balancing the stress and struggles of his senior year.
Between school, basketball, clubs and family, Werdann stays pretty busy.
A Weddington High School senior organized a 100,000 notebook donation drive in coordination with Lidl grocery stores
In the last two years, he's gathered roughly 145,000 notebooks for donation
The donated notebooks will go to school children in need across the United States
“During the week I definitely say I’m pretty busy with school stuff. It’s always fun trying to mix basketball into that,” Werdann joked during a recent basketball shootaround.
Werdann has a 4.5 GPA, is a member of the varsity basketball team and is active in several clubs at Weddington. The senior plans to study engineering at college, turning his fascination of airtime from the basketball court to the skies.
“I’m really interested in aerospace engineering right now, so planes and rockets and things of that nature,” Werdann said.
Before he gets there, Werdann is trying to hit a goal of 100,000 donated notebooks for kids in need.
“It all really started during the pandemic, I just wanted to find a way to help out. Like you said, I’m very busy with school and a lot of kids don’t have that opportunity to be busy with school,” Werdann explained.
As preparation for the 2020 school year ramped up last summer, Werdann said he was out shopping with his mom and noticed unused and discounted school supplies in stores.
“Notebooks were on sale somewhere, so I said, ‘Hey let’s donate these.’ And now, I’ve got the chance to donate 100,000 notebooks,” Werdann added.“Notebooks were on sale somewhere, so I said, ‘Hey let’s donate these.’ And now, I’ve got the chance to donate 100,000 notebooks,” Werdann added.
In 2020, Jack and his family bought, and collected, roughly 45,000 notebooks to give out to kids in need.
Then this year, something special happened.
“Lidl reached out after last year and contacted me and said, ‘Hey let’s more than double this goal to 100,000.’ I said of course, this is awesome,” Werdann said with a smile.
So, the busy high school senior partnered with the grocery store chain to bring in 100,000 notebooks before the end of the year.
In an update this month, Werdann’s father said they were very close to the goal, and Werdann was still pushing to hit 100,000.
“I just want anyone out there to know, that helping can start with something as small as a single notebook. 'Cause, that’s what it was for me,” Werdann said at his kitchen table.
Werdann said he was inspired by his mother, who he said frequently gives back and works in the community.
The combination of school performance, on-court performance and community work is why his basketball coach, Gary Ellington, said he’s a great kid.
“He’s always thinking about how he can put other people first and how he can help other people, and he’s the same way on the basketball team,” Ellington said after practice.
Partnering with Werdann, Lidl stores around Union County offered customers the option to buy five notebooks for less than $3. The stores would then match the donation, according to the Werdann family.
The 100,000 notebooks will be sent to the Kids in Need Foundation to distribute across the country.
Former Union Day School principal speaks out
WEDDINGTON, N.C. — After a week of protests by parents at Union Day School over the firing of the principal, that head of school is finally discussing what happened.Matthew Hamilton filed a lawsuit against Union Day SchoolHe claims he was fired illegally, and that the board lied publicly about whyHe hopes to get his job backThe Board of Directors fired Matthew Hamilton in October, and Wednesday he filed a lawsuit against both the school and the board in Union County Superior Court.In the lawsuit, it s...
WEDDINGTON, N.C. — After a week of protests by parents at Union Day School over the firing of the principal, that head of school is finally discussing what happened.
Matthew Hamilton filed a lawsuit against Union Day School
He claims he was fired illegally, and that the board lied publicly about why
He hopes to get his job back
The Board of Directors fired Matthew Hamilton in October, and Wednesday he filed a lawsuit against both the school and the board in Union County Superior Court.
In the lawsuit, it states the board provided four different reasons for his termination, including "discriminatory actions toward school staff," “for cause,” a “business decision” and that he no longer “had the Board’s trust and confidence.”
This is the first time Hamilton has spoken in person, and he told Spectrum News 1 he’s taking action now because he believes he was fired illegally.
Hamilton led Union Day School for 16 months. Prior to that, he worked in education for 16 years in North Carolina.
He said he’s passionate about what he does, and he hopes to get his job back.
“I would love to have the school back the way it was, because of the illegal process that was done,” Hamilton said. "I would love for me to go back and pick up and rebuild what we had. We were thriving. The school was growing.”
Hamilton claims he was fired illegally and that the board publicly lied about why.
He alleges the board broke the North Carolina Open Meetings Law, which requires charter schools, like other public schools, to follow a formal, open process when making decisions.
Charter schools are public schools of choice, funded by local and state tax dollars.
Hamilton’s lawsuit states no public meeting happened before the board terminated him. He also says he was given a written reprimand by the board, stating he fostered a hostile work environment, but never saw the grievance in question.
“I continued to do my job, and at that time I felt I had to defend myself, and I wasn’t given an opportunity to defend myself,” Hamilton said.“I continued to do my job, and at that time I felt I had to defend myself, and I wasn’t given an opportunity to defend myself,” Hamilton said. “And I had to present facts and evidence that were true, and it showed that what was being alleged is not what is there, so I sent the board a rebuttal, and four days later I was fired.”
We reached out to the school for a response.
"We have reviewed the lawsuit filed by the former head of school and are confident it is without merit,” said Matthew Tilley, Union Day School Board of Directors legal counsel. "The UDS Board has always conducted its business in an open and transparent manner, in compliance with open meetings laws as well as the school’s charter and bylaws, which are regulated by the state. We will defend the lawsuit as we would any other frivolous claim. In the meantime, the board, administration and teachers remain focused on our shared mission to provide the high-quality education our students deserve.”
The lawsuit includes statements from 20 teachers and staff who say if the school had held an open meeting, they would have showed up to defend Hamilton.
Afghan translator expresses gratitude for daughters' education, first Thanksgiving in America
Afghan translator finds new home in America after Taliban takeover00:0000:0002:48GO LIVEFacebookTwitterEmailEmbedSpeedNormalAutoplayThree months ago, Zabiullah R., who served as a combat translator for the 82nd Airborne in Afghanistan, did not know what would happen to him and his family after the U.S. military withdrawal.Zabiullah, affectionately known by troo...
Afghan translator finds new home in America after Taliban takeover
Three months ago, Zabiullah R., who served as a combat translator for the 82nd Airborne in Afghanistan, did not know what would happen to him and his family after the U.S. military withdrawal.
Zabiullah, affectionately known by troops as Johnny, was able to escape Kabul in August, with the help of a U.S. senator, a private veterans group, and members of the 82nd Airborne. Johnny arrived with his family at his new North Carolina home back in October.
Today, his young daughters are already getting something they never would have received under the Taliban: an education.
"They’re happy and they’re excited," said Johnny. "Every morning … 6 o'clock in the morning, my two daughters, they wake up and get ready … just come into my room and wake up us."
Johnny says the girls even ask to go on weekends.
"I tell them, like 'two days off, you have to stay home'," said Johnny. "They keep asking, 'We want to go to school, we like school. We have friends back school. We want to play with them. We want to meet them.'"
His daughters have been welcomed at their new school in Weddington, North Carolina, and embraced by the community, where many of the soldiers Johnny once served alongside now live.
Students and families at Rea View Elementary school waited in anticipation for Johnny, his wife, and his three girls with hand-made signs and greetings written in Dari.
"The moment they pulled up, it got to be so quiet like you could hear a pin drop. And the girls get out of the car, and they walked up, and, of course, they were smiling, beaming ear to ear," recounted Jennifer Parker, principal at Rea View Elementary School. "And my families and kids just were waving and saying hello in their native language."
They play soccer on the same team as the daughters of Sgt. Mike Verardo and his wife, Sarah.
Johnny served as a translator for Verardo, who lost his leg in Afghanistan's Arghandab Valley in 2010 and suffered a traumatic brain injury. Mike has undergone more than 100 surgeries at Walter Reed after serving with the 508th Infantry Regiment, an airborne infantry regiment of the United States Army, first formed in October 1942 during World War II. Both Mike and Johnny each have three daughters.
Now, they are neighbors, and their daughters are best friends.
"Seeing our six girls play together, six little girls whose dads served together, shoulder-to-shoulder in Afghanistan, has healed all of our hearts a little bit more each day," said Sarah Verardo, Mike's wife and CEO of The Independence Fund and Co-Founder of Save our Allies. "These children are an example to all about what it means to love all people."
Their girls went trick-or-treating for the first time and now have play dates after school.
"That was actually the first Halloween in the United States. They were so excited," said Johnny. "They went to the Halloween party and house-to-house to meet other kids and families."
Muzhdah, 7, and Muzhgan, 5, did not speak a word of English when they arrived at school.
"Google Translate doesn't have Dari on it, so it's been an experience with that. So, a lot of hand gestures, pictures. I feel like we're playing a game of charades on a daily basis. But it's little things to get them to understand. And now they've started to understand," said Parker. "Last week, Muzhdah actually said a full sentence in English."
Her first sentence?
"'I like pizza. Yes, Muzhdah loves pizza," recalled Parker.
Parker says Muzhdah and Muzhgan take nothing for granted.
"Sometimes kids are like, ‘Oh, I don't feel good, I don't want to go to school.’ And to them, it's such a privilege. And so, getting to come into school every day and learn, especially as a girl, they are just so excited and are little sponges," said Parker. "We talk a lot about gratitude and especially this time of year. This truly exemplifies how grateful that family is."
Johnny says his daughters are embracing their newfound freedoms.
"A hijab … [Muzhdah] said, I'm not going to do that. I want to be more free. I'm going to live in freedom," said Johnny.
This Thanksgiving one Afghan family has brought so much joy to this North Carolina community who opened their hearts and helped them start their new life in America.
"I'm grateful to be safe here," said Johnny. "I'm grateful for this first Thanksgiving I'm here with my family."
NC State's projected first-round NFL Draft pick Ikem Ekwonu is more than a football player
RALEIGH — Ikem Ekwonu is more than a football player.He's an actor.Ekwonu spent his third- through fifth-grade summers with a Charlotte-based musical theatre group, playing parts in "The Jungle Book" and "The Aristocats" before landing a leading role as Pongo, the male protagonist in the "101 Dalmatians" musical.He's a salesman.In high school, he sold Cutco knives door-to-door, a multi-level marking endeavor that is failed by most. Ekwonu took it seriously, dressi...
RALEIGH — Ikem Ekwonu is more than a football player.
He's an actor.
Ekwonu spent his third- through fifth-grade summers with a Charlotte-based musical theatre group, playing parts in "The Jungle Book" and "The Aristocats" before landing a leading role as Pongo, the male protagonist in the "101 Dalmatians" musical.
He's a salesman.
In high school, he sold Cutco knives door-to-door, a multi-level marking endeavor that is failed by most. Ekwonu took it seriously, dressing up in a button-up shirt and tie when he rehearsed his pitch for his parents. He made thousands — plural — in one summer his junior year.
He's an investor.
Ekwonu came to N.C. State to play football but also to study business administration, just like his fraternal twin brother, Osita, who plays football at Notre Dame. He studies the stock market and has made more than a little pocket change investing in cryptocurrency.
He's a prankster.
While living with fellow offensive lineman Derrick Eason — he swears this was only in retaliation — Ekwonu flipped Eason's metal bed frame upside down and made his bed like normal.
"I'm not going to lie, like, the bed was heavy and it was hard to flip over," Ekwonu told the USA Today Network, laughing. "When he came back, it took him like an hour and a half to flip it back over."
Most of all, though, he is joy incarnate.
Even when he's earning syrup bottles for pancaking defenders violently into the earth, the 6-foot-4, 320-pound future NFL first-round draft pick wears a smile that's been permanently attached to his face since birth.
His mother, Amaka, knows better than anyone the warmth of his presence and the strength of the hugs she receives when he comes home to visit
"He's always been a joy," Amaka told the USA Today Network. "He's been very happy, boisterous, from day one, even as a teeny, weeny baby. He's a very happy young man. It's in his DNA."
Ikem (pronounced ee-kem) goes by "Ickey," a nickname given to him by his Pop Warner coach, who thought he resembled former Cincinnati Bengals running back Ickey Woods.
But his full given name, Ikemefuna, was chosen from the book "Things Fall Apart" by Nigerian author Chinua Achebe. Ikemfuna is one of the heroes of the story. Ikem loosely translates to "my effort will not be in vain."
"He has lived up to his name," his father, Tagbo, who goes by T.J., told the USA Today Network. T.J. stands 6-foot-6 and played college basketball in Nigeria before immigrating to the United State and becoming a doctor. "Everything he has wanted, he has achieved. But he also had fun with everything he did. Even in sports, playing football at an early age, he was always laughing and smiling."
It's a habit he's never been able to break since he started playing flag football at the age of seven. He played running back in his youth, and every time he'd touch the ball a huge grin would spread across his face.
"I feel like I've always just had that, like, childlike mindset when it comes to football," he said. "I'm playing a game. It's just fun. Anytime I'm running into space, it feels like I'm in the backyard playing flag football. I've never lost that playfulness about the game. When I'm running out there, even now, I'm always smiling,"
But Ekwonu rarely gives opponents much to smile about. He's been called "the most feared lineman in the ACC" and was named one of three finalists for the Outland Trophy, given to the best interior lineman in the country. He leads the Wolfpack with 63 pancake blocks and 18 knockdowns.
“He’s one of those guys that puts his helmet on and changes," N.C. State coach Dave Doeren said. "He wants to finish people."
Ekwonu brothers' competition
Ekwonu wasn't always seen as a budding football star or even the best player in his house.
That distinction went to Osita, a four-star rated linebacker, who garnered most of the attention after they transferred to Charlotte’s Providence Day from Weddington High when they were freshmen.
Ekwonu emerged as a starting lineman on both sides of the ball as a junior. Unlike Osita, who was getting offers from Alabama, Notre Dame and Louisville all in one day, Ekwonu's first offer came from Charlotte and later Appalachian State as well as a few FCS programs.
Recruiters would sometimes approach Ekwonu to get to his brother, but he was smart enough to sniff them out. Being overlooked sparked a drive in Ekwonu.
"I started wanting to show people that I was the best," he said. "I wanted to dominate people. But a lot of my motivation came from not wanting to let my team down."
He kept improving. He won a state championship in wrestling and began to garner the attention of recruiters as he grew into his body and athleticism. He turned heads when he landed on N.C. State, committing before his senior season for more than just its football program. He took his first official visit with his dad on a weekend in December of 2018 with no football games, touring the business school and meeting the coaching staff for the first time.
He returned in the summer with his mother. On the ride home from Raleigh, he called his father on his cell phone.
"Dad, this is home," he said. "This is where I want to play."
Doeren first saw Ekwonu play after he committed to the Wolfpack.
"It was one of the most impressive performances I’ve ever seen by a lineman,” he said. "I came back and told our staff, 'This guy will start as a freshman.' "
In 2019, Ekwonu became NC State’s first true freshman to start at offensive tackle in nine years and earned freshman All-American honors.
It's been an upward trajectory for him ever since, climbing up NFL draft boards during his third season with the Wolfpack.
CBS Sports' Chris Trapasso's latest mock draft has Ekwonu going No. 9 to the New York Giants. ESPN's Mel Kiper listed Ekwonu as the No. 1 offensive guard prospect and No. 17 player overall. The Athletic's Dane Brugler projects Ekwonu as the No. 5 overall player.
He's now left with a decision:
Stay or go.
He said earlier this week that he would participate in N.C. State's senior night festivities against UNC in Friday's regular-season finale, but has not yet decided if he will go pro or return for another season in Raleigh.
"Money isn't really the motivation of why I would leave," Ekwonu told the USA Today Network. "The reason I would leave would be because I've dominated at this level for as long as I have and I feel like it's time for that next step."
For Ekwonu, the joy of playing football outweighs the potential monetary gains. It's not as if he's making the decision lightly, he just doesn't want football to be that serious.
"At the end of the day, it's a game," he said. "No matter if you play good or bad, it's still a game. It shouldn't define you. If you carry that mindset I feel like you never lose love for the sport. I don't plan on ever losing that love."
David Thompson is an award-winning reporter for the USA Today Network covering NC State and Duke athletics. He can be reached at firstname.lastname@example.org, at 828-231-1747, or on Twitter at @daveth89.
Lady Devils, Lady Huskies End Week On High Notes
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BLUFF CITY — Deadlocked after three quarters, Greeneville left no doubt in the final frame.The Lady Devils kept their undefeated record intact on Saturday, closing the Food City Thanksgiving Classic at Sullivan East with a 54-43 win over Morristown West.Lauren Bailey helped carry Greeneville (5-0) to the finish line, scoring eight of her game-high 19 points in the fourth quarter including her second 3-pointer. She went 7-of-9 at the foul line. Chloe Marsh joined her in double figures with 10 points, hitting two baskets in...
BLUFF CITY — Deadlocked after three quarters, Greeneville left no doubt in the final frame.
The Lady Devils kept their undefeated record intact on Saturday, closing the Food City Thanksgiving Classic at Sullivan East with a 54-43 win over Morristown West.
Lauren Bailey helped carry Greeneville (5-0) to the finish line, scoring eight of her game-high 19 points in the fourth quarter including her second 3-pointer. She went 7-of-9 at the foul line. Chloe Marsh joined her in double figures with 10 points, hitting two baskets in the third quarter.
Greeneville allowed just one field goal by Morristown West (3-1) in the fourth quarter in which the Lady Trojans missed eight free throws.
Nina Lovelace led West with 13 points after scoring seven in the first quarter.
Greeneville heads to North Buncombe, N.C., on Friday.
G (54): Lauren Bailey 19, Chloe Marsh 10, Lindy Carter 5, Delana DeBusk 5, Anna Shaw 5, Grace Hayes 4, Kaylee Crumbley 2, Elin Dilchert 2, Kyla Jobe 2.
MW (43): Nina Lovelace 13, Delaney Weddington 8, Mia Dinkins 6, Aviah Bunsic 5, Kaylee Dyke 4, Hannah Edwards 3, Briony Bunsic 2, Jaelyn McDaniel 2.
3-pointers: Lauren Bailey 2, Aviah Bunsic, Lindy Carter, Mia Dinkins, Nina Lovelace, Delaney Weddington.
North Greene left Bluff City with some much-needed momentum.
The Lady Huskies closed the Food City Thanksgiving Classic on Saturday, fighting past Happy Valley.
Shelby Davenport hit an early 3-pointer and added six third-quarter points before finishing with a game-high 14. Emily Britton hit from 3-point range twice in the third quarter and scored nine for the Lady Huskies (2-6). North Greene led 18-11 at the break but built a 34-19 lead going to the fourth quarter.
Kadie Bailey led Happy Valley (1-5) with nine points.
North Greene travels to Chuckey-Doak on Tuesday.
NG (41): Shelby Davenport 14, Emily Britton 9, Sonya Wagner 6, Zoe Sanders 4, Hailee English 3, Hannah Miler 3, Haley Bailey 2.
HV (32): Kadie Bailey 9, Kenzie Ramey 7, Scarlett Zeoli 7, Holly Moore 3, Cayden Anderson 2, Kadence Carroll 2, Reagan Street 2.
3-pointers: Emily Britton 2, Kadie Bailey, Shelby Davenport, Hailee English, Sonya Wagner, Scarlett Zeoli.
Hill hit three of her five 3-pointers in the second quarter and finished with a game-high 15 points. Hannah Frye added 14, nine in the second half for the Lady Indians (3-3).
Emma Cutshall led South Greene with 11 points, hitting one field goal in each quarter. Ava Clark scored eight, and Hailey Brooks got all seven of her points in the first quarter. Ryleigh Gregg buried two 3-pointers in the fourth.
The Lady Rebels (3-3) host Lakeway Christian for their home opener Tuesday.
SG (42): Emma Cutshall 11, Ava Clark 8, Hailey Brooks 7, Ryleigh Gregg 6, Jordyn Roderick 4, Braylee Woods 4, Amelia Mullins 2.
D-B (60): Caroline Hill 15, Hannah Frye 14, Alexis Hood 9, Olivia Doran 8, Payton Moore 6, Shaelyn Henson 3, Jadyn Lawson 3, Madeline Lyons 2.
3-pointers: Caroline Hill 5, Ryleigh Gregg 2, Hailey Brooks, Emma Cutshall, Hannah Frye, Shaelyn Henson, Jadyn Lawson, Braylee Woods.