Athletic Results from Tuesday, November 22

  • The Cannon boys JV basketball team continued their winning ways Friday defeating a very good Wesleyan Christian team in overtime by a score of 74-69. Ryan Marks took a pass from Lucas Anderson and knocked down a 3 pointer at the end of regulation to send the game into extra time. From there the Cougars used some well-executed teamwork to put away the visitors from High Point. Daniel Wyatt let the winners with 21 points, hitting five 3 pointers. Ryan Marks had 16 points and did a great job on the boards. Lucas Anderson ran a great game from the point and scored 15 points, including going 10 for 10 from the free throw line. Grant Gossage added 8 points, including 4 big points in overtime, and Larkin Felker scored 6 points along with some great defense. The boys look to continue their win streak Tuesday at home against Metrolina Christian.


  • Tuesday the Lady Cougars matched up against Wesleyan Christian Academy at Boswell Gym. Cannon came out and played inspired defense to lead 9-7 in the first quarter. But the lady Cougars offensive wows which have plagued them this season showed up as Wesleyan led at halftime 20-12. The second half was evenly played as Wesleyan walked away with the victory 38-30. Mackenzie Moyer led Cannon with 13 points. Leah Baker added 6, Hailey Foreman and Reed Harmon added 4 pts each, Madison Miller 2 and Liz Wahid 1.


  • Cannon’s Cougars hosted one of the state of North Carolina’s most powerful clubs, Wesleyan Christian from High Point, on Tuesday night. Wesleyan came into the game boasting a lineup that consisted of at least four or five Division I prospects, led by Soph. Theo Pinson who is considered one of the top 10th Graders in the United States, Montay Brandon who has committed to Florida State and Jaquel Richmond who is being recruited by ACC schools. Cannon would withstand Brandon’s offensive onslaught in the first quarter and actually outscore the Trojans 26-22 in the second quarter. The Cougars would whittle Wesleyan’s once 20-point lead down to six on a couple of occasions. A late Trojan run spear-headed by Trey Chapman would push Wesleyan’s lead to 47-36 at intermission. Pinson would take the game over for Wesleyan in the second half. He would bomb in 4 heavily contested 3-pointers and lead the Trojans to their 100-65 victory.  For Cannon, Jr. Alec Wintering would score 25 points, hand out 5 assists, pull down 5 rebounds and collect 5 steals. Soph. Jared Hamilton would score 11 points and Jr. Myles Martino would also 10 points.