PREP BASKETBALL ROUND-UP: Bradley Hits 100 In Win Over Marion Co.; Tyner Sweeps Columbia (AL); Silverdale Girls Beat CAK

Thursday, February 27, 2020
Prep Basketball Round-Up
 
SATURDAY, JANUARY 18
Bradley girls 100, Marion Co.
14
MARION CO.     2      4       3    14 –   14
BRADLEY        36    22     28    14 – 100
 
MARION CO. (14) – Gregory, Holder, Bradford 7, Jordan, Muir, Tate 5, Lawson 2, Beck, Ford, Keahey, Williamson, Childers.
BRADLEY (100) – Williams 6, Mayo 8, Alexis barnes 10, Anna Walker 16, Anna Muhonen 18, Carman 8, Reuter 5, Crittenden 5, Estrada 4, Carpenter 8, Jones 5, Weber 2, Miles 3, Ledford 2.
3-POINT GOALS: Bradley 5 (Walker 2, Reuter, Crittenden, Miles)
 
Records: Marion Co. 8-4; Bradley 15-3
 
Girls:
Tyner 53, Columbia (AL) 42
Silverdale 68, CAK 49
Baylor 44, CPA 38
Oak Ridge 70, Cleveland 51
Hamilton Heights 56, CPHS 36
 
Boys:
Cleveland 76, Oak Ridge 69
Bradley 65, Marion Co. 36
Tyner 59, Columbia (AL) 49
CAK 58, Silverdale 43
CPA 63, Baylor 60
Wasatch Academy (UT) 94, Hamilton Heights 82
Collegedale Academy 61, Madison Academy 40
 
FRIDAY, JANUARY 17
Bradley girls 80, Soddy Daisy 1
SODDY DAISY       4     0     8     7 -- 19
BRADLEY             24   21   18   17 – 80
 
SODDY DAISY (19) – Brown 3, Branam 8, Trimiar, Hamby 2, Morgan 1, Yother 2, Perez, Harding 1, Lemacks, Collins 2, Crawley, May, varner.
BRADLEY (80) – Williams 4, Cambree Mayo 12, Barnes 7, Anna walker 22, Anna Muhonen 13, Carman 2, Reuter, Crittenden 2, Estrada 1, Weber, Jones 2, Carpenter 1, Ledford, Miles 1.
3-POINT GOALS: Soddy daisy 2 (Brown, Branam), Bradley 6 (Mayo 2, Walker 2, Muhonen, Ledford).
 
Records: Soddy Daisy 7-10, 1-6; Bradley 14-3, 6-0 (District 5-3A)
 
Signal Mountain girls 61, Tyner 25
SIGNAL MOUNTAIN   13  18  26     4—61
TYNER                           2    6    6   11—25
 
SIGNAL MOUNTAIN (46) - Olivia Koontz 21, Lamiah Walker 19, Jaylah Hardy 13, McCarter 1, Sitton, Kennedy 1, Bruce, Hanson 2, Roberson 3, Maddox 0, King 1, Pawson.
TYNER (25) - McKenzie, Long 6, Camp 5, Cosey 2, McCullough 2, Strickland, Price, Manghane, Jones 3, Crumsey 2, Chubb 3, Ratliff, Thomas 2
3-POINT GOALS: Signal mountain 3 (Hardy 1, Walker 1, Roberson 1), Tyner 1 (Camp)

McMinn Co. boys 70, Ooltewah 60
MCMINN CO.        21     15       15      19 -- 70
OHOLTEWAH       18     21         8      13 -- 60
 
MCMINN CO. (70) -
Daniels, Sharp, Brown 7, Ty Runyan 31, Evans 9, Lane 3, Frank 2, Jalen James 10, Beavers 6, Jones 2.
OOLTEWAH (60) -
Corbin, Deleon Petty 11, Haynes 4, Williams 7, Styles 4, McHone 4, Tarel McClurkin 15, Sims, Johnson, AJ Hyndman 15, Mackaluso.
3-POINT GOALS: McMinn Co. 6 (Runyan 3, Beavers 2, James), Ooltewah 1 (Petty)
 
Records: McMinn Co. 5-2, 13-4; Ooltewah 9-11,1-4 (District 5-3A)
 
Baylor boys 55, Knox Catholic 51
KNOX CATHOLIC    15    11     17      8 -- 51
BAYLOR                   13      9     17    16 -- 55
KNOX CATHOLIC (51) – Christopher Cain 10, Sompayrac 2, Presley Patterson 12, Brian Edwards 15, Akeem Odusipe 12.
BAYLOR (55) – Sparkman 5, Jean 5, Ivan reap 13, Peculius 5, Nick Kurtz 16, Gehrig Ebel 11.
3-POINT GOALS: Knox Catholic 4 (Cain, Patterson 2, Edwards), Baylor 8 (Sparkman, Jean, Reap 3, Ebel 3)
 
Records: Knox Catholic 13-3, 1-1; Baylor 10-4, 1-0 (DII-AA East Region)
 
Boys:
Notre Dame 50, Silverdale 36
McCallie 50, CCS 46
Tellico Plains 54, Sale Creek 45
Bradley 75, Soddy Daisy 61
Cleveland 56, Walker valley 44
Sweetwater 84, Meigs Co. 26
Tyner 53, Signal Mountain 41
McMinn Central 63, Sequoyah 58
Red Bank 62, Hixson 30
Copper Basin 57, Hiwassee Dam (NC) 50
South Pittsburg 78, Whitwell 58

Girls:
Silverdale 59, Notre Dame 51 (OT)
Sale Creek 56, Tellico Plains 45
Cleveland 53, Walker Valley 29
Meigs Co. 55, Sweetwater 25
Polk Co. 54, Loudon 32
Baylor 52, Knox Catholic 34
McMinn Central 64, Sequoyah 48
Central 50, Howard 14
Red Bank 65, Hixson 34

THURSDAY, JANUARY 16
Boyd Buchanan girls 52, St. Andrew’s-Sewanee 17
BOYD-BUCHANAN  21   14     4  13 -- 52
ST. ANDREW’S           8     5     4    0 -- 17 
 
BOYD-BUCHANAN (52) - Dani Reeves 12, Stone 7, Winston 6, Massey 6, Garner 6, Robertson 5, Sisk 5, Norton 3, Pope 2, Baxter, Balthrop, Henderson, Hicks
ST. ANDREW’S (17) - Madison King 10, L Cassell 5, Strippel 2, Carlos, A Cassell, Rollins, Bridgers, 
3-POINT GOALS: Boyd-Buchanan 4 (Reeves 2, Stone, Sisk);  St. Andrew’s 2 (King 2)
 
Record: Boyd Buchanan 4-14, 1-4 (DII-A East 2A)
 
Boyd-Buchanan boys 67, St. Andrew’s-Sewanee 22
BOYD-BUCHANAN   23    17     13     14 -- 67
ST. ANDREW’S          11      2       9       0 – 22
 
BOYD-BUCHANAN (67) - Karson Gay 13, Ryan Lopez 11, Evans 7, Edmondson 7, I Johnson 7, Emrey 7, Oliver 6, Craw 5, C Johnson 2, Shockley 2, Wamack, Kolff.
ST. ANDREW’S (22) - King 8, Sain 5, Nunley 4, Askew 3, Zeitler 2, Allen, Rodgers, Thomas, Cantrell, Wong.
3-POINT GOALS: Boyd-Buchanan 8 (Lopez 3, Oliver 2, Edmondson, I Johnson, Craw);  St. Andrew’s 1 (Askew)
Notable: Boyd-Buchanan’s Karson Gay pulled down 13 rebounds to complete a double-double on the night. 
 
Record: Boyd Buchanan 15-3, 4-1 (DII-A East 2A)
 
Boys:
McMinn Co. 80, Rhea Co. 59
Ooltewah 77, Hixson 21
Red Bank 72, Soddy Daisy 52
Collegedale Academy 74, Grace 61
 
Girls:
Rhea Co. 65, McMinn Co. 63
Ooltewah 40, Hixson 31
CCS 49, GPS 35
 
WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 15
McCallie 59, Howard 58
 
TUESDAY, JANUARY 14
Bradley boys 74, Ooltewah 63
OOLTEWAH       11    12    16    13 -- 62
BRADLEY          20    12    18    24 – 74
OOLTEWAH (62) - 
Corbin, Deleon Petty 29, Haynes, Williams 4, McHone, McClurkin 8, Sims, Johnson, AJ Hyndman 16, Mackaluso 5.
BRADLEY (74) -  Clark, Tray Curry 12, Smith 9, Green 7, Mason Rothwell 15, Shumber, Howard, Daris, Quanta Berry 30.
3-POINT GOALS: Ooltewah 5 (Petty 3, McClurkin, Hyndman), Bradley 4 (Smith 3, Rothwell).
Records: Ooltewah 1-4, 8-10, Bradley 4-1, 10-4
 
Signal Mountain girls 40, Boyd-Buchanan 32 
SIGNAL MOUNTAIN       19    9    12     6 -- 46
BOYD-BUCHANAN           4    6    11   11 -- 32
 Signal MOUNTAIN  (467) -
Lamiah Walker 22, Olivia Koontz 16, Hardy 5, Kennedy 2, McCarter 1, Hinson, Maddox, Sitton, Pawson, Bruce, King.
BOYD-BUCHANAN (32) - Balthrop 9, Garner 8, Robertson 7, Stone 3, Massey 2, Reeves 2, Baxter 1, Norton, Winston, Sisk, Pope, Henderson.
3-POINT GOALS: Boyd-Buchanan 3 (Stone, Robertson, Balthrop).
Notable: Signal Mountain’s Lamiah Walker added 12 rebounds for a double-double.
 
Boyd-Buchanan boys 64, Signal Mountain 38
 SIGNAL MOUNTAIN        6     7    12     13 -- 38
BOYD-BUCHANAN        14   16     22    12 -- 64
 SIGNAL MOUNTAIN (38) -
Russell 7, Farr 7, Burns 5, Hutcherson 5, Matukewicz 3, Sisson 3, Schwarz 2, Megahee 2, Scarbro 2, Wolford 2, Godbehere, Ottley.
BOYD-BUCHANAN (64) -  Jacob Oliver 13, Eli Evans 10, I Johnson 9, Emrey 8, Edmondson 7, Shockley 6, Fryar 4, C Johnson 3, Gay 2, Wamack 1, Kolff 1, Lopez, Craw.
 3-POINT GOALS:  Signal Mountain 1 (Russell); Boyd-Buchanan  5 (Oliver 2, Edmondson, I Johnson, C Johnson).
Record: Boyd Buchanan 14-3.
 
Hixson girls 51, Howard 25
HIXSON       14    6    17    14 -- 51
HOWARD      9   10     8       8 – 25
HIXSON (51) –
Nakata 7, Kirby Brown 24, Alford, Anna Johnston 12, Bellamy 4, Sullivan.
HOWARD (25) – Bautista, Ellis, A. Flowers 12, Bridges 3. Reed, Washington 3, Knox 4, T. Knox 3, Johnson.
3-POINT GOALS: Hixson 5 ( Nakata 2, Brown, Johnston 2), Howard 4 (Flowers 2, Bridges, T. Knox).
Records; Hixson 7-7.
 
Knox Webb boys 55, Baylor 54
BAYLOR            15    15   14   10 -- 54
KNOX WEBB     22    19    8      6 -- 55
BAYLOR (54) –
Eli Sparkman 14, Reap 4, Peculius 7, Nick Kurtz 29.
KNOX WEBB (55) – Green 4, Powers 6, Walls 4, Luc Burnett 21, Feld 4, Tarique Dalton 10, Sanger 6.
3-POINT GOALS: Baylor 3 (Sparkman 2, Peculius), Knox Webb 8 (Green, Burnett 5, Sanger 2).
Records: Baylor 9-4, Knox Webb 14-5
 
CSAS boys 53, Grace 40
GRACE      11   16   10     3 -- 40
CSAS          15   12   15   11 – 53
GRACE (40) –
Majors 14, Dukes, Johnson, Walker 2, Harris 28, Lynn.
CSAS (53) – Jerome Foster 10, E. Brown 8, Micah Wright 13, Morris 9, Few, Cameron, J. Brown, Wilson, Ball 3, Ramsey 6.
3-POINT GOALS: CSAS 2 (E. Brown 2)
 
CSAS girls 57, Grace 51
GRACE    14   17     9   11 -  51
CSAS         9   18   15   15 -- 57
GRACE (51) –
Megan Long 14, Rush 4, Englebrecht 8, Gonzalez 3, Ateca 2, Hailey West 13, Fulgham 7, Corcoran, Betrous.
CSAS (57) – Donna Lansden 25, Macie Myers 10, Niya Houston 13, Stinson, Dewberry, Ellis 2, Thompson, mayes, benn.
3-POINT GOALS: Grace 4 (West 2, Englebrecht, Rush)
 
Boys:
Cleveland 83, Cookeville 49
East Hamilton 60, Walker Valley 51
Bledsoe Co. 73, Hardy Memorial 48
Polk Co. 66, Sequoyah 65
South Pittsburg 66, Sequatchie Co. 62
Red Bank 66, CCS 29
Stone Memorial 79, Rhea Co. 51
Knox Webb 55, Baylor 54
Lookout Valley 48, Sale Creek 47
Silverdale 55, St. Andrew's 30
McMinn Co. 64, Soddy Daisy 54
Howard 77, Hixson 53
Grundy Co. 88, Marion co. 53
 
Girls:
Meigs Co. 66, Kingston 28
Bradley 92, Ooltewah 18
East Hamilton 59, Walker Valley 47
Cookeville 65, Cleveland 62
Bledsoe Co. 60, Hardy Memorial 35
Polk Co. 49, Sequoyah 38
Whitwell  59, Van Buren Co. 40
Stone Memorial 56, Rhea Co. 54
Bradley 92, Ooltewah 18
Baylor 53, Knox Webb 45
Silverdale 2, St. Andrew’s 0
South Pittsburg 55, Sequatchie Co. 62
Sale Creek 47, Lookout Valley 38
Red Bank 63, CCS 34
Notre Dame 75, Collegedale Academy 44
Central 40, East ridge 14
McMinn Co. 66, Soddy Daisy 30
South Pittsburg 55, Sequatchie Co. 50
Whitwell 59, Van Buren Co. 40
 
MONDAY, JANUARY 13
Boys:
Collegedale Academy 60, Copper Basin 57
Lookout Valley 73, South Pittsburg 55
Sunbright 52, Sale Creek 37
Tyner 61, Central 40
McMinn Central 66, Bledsoe Co. 49
McCallie 84, Sequatchie Co. 25
 
Girls:
Sunbright 53, Sale creek 48
Tyner 36, Central 32
McMinn Central 59, Bledsoe Co. 51
GPS 55, Sequatchie Co. 41

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