Tyner Runs Past Loudon, Will Face Red Bank In Region Semifinals

Saturday, February 24, 2018
Tyner's Kelcey Halfacre scores an easy bucket in the post.
Tyner's Kelcey Halfacre scores an easy bucket in the post.
- photo by Greg Davick

The Tyner Rams a big second and third quarter to race past visiting Loudon Saturday night in region quarterfinal play.   Tyner out scored Loudon 23-10 in the second quarter and 23-14 in the third and went on to a 76-47 win.

Tyner hit 11 three pointers including four each by Javon Craddock and Micheal Little.   Solomon Bridgeman led all scorers with 19 including 10 in the third quarter run.  Little had eight of his 14 points in the second quarter. 

Tyner was 9-14 from the free throw line.   

The Rams advance to the region semifinals and will play Red Bank on Tuesday at Red Bank.  

Red Bank earned a 79-74 win over McMinn Central in their region quarterfinal on Saturday.  

Scoring Summary:

Tyner  15 23 23 15 - 76
Loudon 12 10 14 11 - 47

Tyner (76) Solomon Bridgeman 19, Craddock 14, Little 14, Jeremy Elston 8, Hinton 5, Dozier 5, Sturkey 3, Gladden 3, Grace 2, Halfacre 2, Javeon Ellston 1
Loudon (47) Thaxton 16, Small 12, Joiner 9, Lyle 3, Dutton 3, Jones 2, Bevens 1, Giles 1

Three pointers: Tyner 11 (Craddock 4, Little 4, Hinton 1, Dozier 1, Gladden 1); Loudon 3 (Joyner 1, Dutton 1, Thaxton 1)




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