Arts & Sciences Defeats Whitwell In Region 3-A

Boyd-Buchanan Wins Over Lookout Valley

Saturday, February 22, 2014
The Arts & Sciences boys’ basketball team advanced to the semifinals of the Region 3-A tournament with a 76-52 win over Whitwell in Saturday night’s opening game at CSAS.

The Patriots, the runner-up from District 5, built a 24-11 lead at the end of the first against 6-A No. 3 Whitwell, and extended it to 40-22 at the half. Shunn Moorer and Miguel Hamilton led the Patriots with 12 points apiece, and Joshua Carter followed with 10.

“We had great energy and focus tonight,” CSAS coach Mark Dragoo said. “Our two seniors, Nick Moore and Brandon Houston, led the way on both ends of the floor.”

The win improves Arts & Sciences’ record to 20-8. They will return to action in the region semifinals Tuesday at CSAS.

BOYD-BUCHANAN  59 LOOKOUT VALLEY 41 - The Yellow Jackets of Lookout Valley led 12-10 at the end of the first quarter but the Bucs took control in the second leading 27-23 at the half.

The Bucs held Lookout Valley to just eight points in the third quarter and went on to win 59-41.  Austin Walker had 17 points for Boyd-Buchanan

Lookout Valley was led by Fitzgerald Morris with 13 points. 

Scoring summary:

Region 3-A Tournament

ARTS & SCIENCES 76, WHITWELL 52

Whitwell  11  11  10  20  --  52
CSAS     24  16  17  19  --  76

Whitwell (52)
-- Tyler Gholston 12, Chase White 12, Hunter Patton 11, Nelson 8, J. Patton 6, Burdette 2, Meade 1, Sullivan, Morrison, Lockhart, Chambers, B. Gholston.

CSAS (76) --  Shunn Moorer 12, Miguel Hamilton 12, Carter 10, Brown 9, Houston 9, Moore 8, Graves 6, Fuller 4, Lansden 4, Ratliff 2, Nelson 3.

3-point goals: Whitwell 5 (Nelson 2, Patton 2, White); CSAS 6 (Carter 2, Moorer, Hamilton, Brown, Houston).

 

Boyd-Buchanan 10 17 19 13 -- 59
Lookout Valley 12 11 8 10 -- 41


Boyd-Buchanan (59) Austin Walker 17, Jeremiah Nason 12, Justus McMillan 9, Arnedale 8, Evans 5, Jenkins 3, Cox 2, Macon 2
Lookout Valley (41) Morris 13, Parham 6, Standifer 6, Clounch 6, Robinson 6, Billingsley 2, Dixon 2


3-point goals: Boyd-Buchanan 8 (Walker 3, McMillan 2, Arendale 2, Evans 1); Lookout Valley 4 (Clounch 2, Sandifer 1, Robinson 1






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