Signal Mountain Boys Win At CCS 43-33

Friday, January 18, 2013

The Signal Mountain boys basketball team earned a key district 7A/AA win Friday night CCS.  Despite foul trouble late in the game, Signal Mountain held on to beat the Chargers 43-33.

B.J. Wilkerson led the Eagles with 16 points.  CCS was led by Clark Marshall's 19 points.  They were the only two players in double figures.

Signal's Lannon Sowell and Griffin Moore both picked up their fourth foul in the fourth quarter and eventually fouled out but not before the Eagles had built a lead.

Signal Mountain shot 16 of 24 from the free throw line including 13 of 20 in the fourth quarter. 

CCS was 15 of 20 from the free throw line. 

CCS GIRLS 40 SIGNAL MOUNTAIN 35 CCS started out slow scoring just four points in the first quarter but the trailed 19-18 by the half-time break.

The Lady Chargers out scored the visitors 13-6 in the fourth quarter to earn the win.

Mary Sabourin and Joanna Smith each had 11 points.  Sabourin had five of her 11 in the fourth quarter. 

Aryn Sanders led all scorers with 18 points for Signal Mountain.
 
CCS 4 14 9 13 - 40
SM 11 8 10 6 - 35

CCS (40) Sabourin 11, Smith 11, Dirkse 10, Hughes 6, Loyal 2
SM (35) Sanders 18, McGowan 6, Althaus 6, Whitmire 2, Peterson 2, Bledsoe 1
 
3-point goals: CCS 1 (Sabourin); SM 1 (Althaus)
 
CCS 6 8 8 11 - 33
SM 10 6 10 17 - 43

CCS (33) Marshall 19, Fikkert 8, Jones 3, Card 2, Moore 1
 
SM (43)   Wilkerson 16, Teter 8, Sowell 7, Challaner 5, Hodge 4, Reese, 3
 
3-point goals: SM 3 (Wilkerson 2, Teter 1); CCS 0


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