PREP BASKETBALL ROUND-UP: CCS, Notre Dame Split

Tuesday, December 31, 2019
Prep Basketball Round-Up
 
FRIDAY, DECEMBER 6


CCS boys 53, Notre Dame 48
CCS               5 14 18 16 - 53
Notre Dame 14 11  4  17 - 48

CCS (53) Micheal Houge 19, VanMeter 18, Treveon Scott 8, Rod Young 5, Traveon Scott 3
Notre Dame (48) Tim Vaughn 13, Wilkerson 10, Smith 9, W.

Jones 7, Robinson 3, Spurgeon 3, Price 3 
3 POINT GOALS:  CCS 2 (Houge 1, VanMeter 1); ND 6 (Jones 2, Vaughn 1, Robinson 1 Spurgeon 1, Smith 1)

Notre Game Girls 43, CCS 31
Notre Dame    13  8  11  11 - 43
CCS                   7  7   7  10 - 31

Notre Dame (43) Kate Ford 16, Sheppard 10, Campbell 5, McGann 6, Biro 4
CCS (31) Lily Brady 14, Lowe 5, Walker 4, Vandergriff 3, McGill 2, Zidan 2
3 POINT GOALS: CCS 3 (Brady 2, Lowe 1) ND 4 (Sheppard 2, Ford 2) 

Ensworth Boys 82, East Hamilton 73
Ensworth                      19  16  26  21 – 82
East Hamilton               19  17  16  21 – 73
Ensworth (82) – Devaki Garr 13, Chaz Lanier 36, Tony Gaines 15, Jamison, McDonald 4, Page, Wainwright, Duvall 6, McKinley, Horton 6, Hamilton 2, Gray
East Hamilton (73) – Darwin Randolph 31, Shropshire 7, Marcus Long 24, Pendleton 5, Rogers, Harris 3, Eller 1, Scruggs, Caudle 2
3-Point Goals – Ensworth 11 (Garr 3, Lanier 6, Duvall 2), East Hamilton 2 (Long 2)
 
Girls
Sale Creek 51, Copper Basin 35
Hixson 36, Brainerd 21
Cleveland 62, McMinn Co. 46
Ensworth 50, East Hamilton 48
Rhea Co. 68, Soddy daisy 38
McMinn Central 58, Sweetwater 27
Signal mountain 51, red Bank 45
Silverdale 50, CAK 40
 
Boys
Cleveland 83, McMinn Co. 50
Rhea Co. 73, Soddy Daisy 61
Sweetwater 81, McMinn Central 64
Red Bank 71, Signal Mountain 45
Silverdale 67, CAK 57
 
THURSDAY, DECEMBER 5
 
Girls
Collegedale Academy 52, St. Andrew’s 17
Sequatchie Co. 52, Van Buren Co. 46
St. Cecilia 53, GPS 17
Red Bank 52, Central 35
 
Boys
Sequatchie Co. 55, Van Buren Co, 53
Red Bank 68, Central 56

 
 
TUESDAY, DECEMBER 3
 
Blackman Girls 46, Bradley 33
BLACKMAN   9   14   11   12 – 46
BRADLEY      8   11     9    11 – 33
BLACKMAN (46) –
Patton, Page 9, Green 6, Iyana Moore 27, Odom, Davis 2, Matthews, Hamby, Monson 2.
BRADLEY (33) – Williams 3, Mayo, Blair 4, Barnes 2, Walker 5, Anna Muhonen 15, Carman 3, Reuter.
3-POINT GOALS: Blackman 4 (Page, Odom 3)
 
CSAS Boys 62, Tellico Plains 59
TELLICO PLAINS    11    10    13    25    -    59
CSAS                       19      3    21    19    -    62  
TELLICO PLAINS (59) Majors 14, Dukes, Johnson, Walker 2, Harris 28, Lynn
CSAS (62) Jerome Foster 10, Ethan Brown 11, Micah Wright 12, Jordan Morris 17, Cameron, J. Brown, Louise Bell 12
3-POINT GOALS: Tellico Plains 5  (Harris 3, Carter2); CSAS 6 (E Brown 3, Foster 2, Wright)

Tellico Plains Girls 55, CSAS 37
TELLICO PLAINS   15    12    17     11    -      55
CSAS                       6       6       9    16    -      37
TELLICO PLAINS (55) Hooper 4, Holingield 15, Ratledge 9, Hamilton 1, Summer 11, West 5, Moore, Burnett, Dotson, Dicando, Jones, Lane, Hunt, Duncan, Brannen
CSAS (37) Menyners 7, Houston 9, Stinson 4, Landsen 13, Dewberry, Bulls, Thompson, Mayes 2, Benn 2 
 
Signal Mountain Girls 66, Brainerd 31
SIGNAL MTN       23   14   19  10--  66
BRAINERD            5   12     8    6- - 31
SIGNAL MTN (66)– Koontz 15, Walker 15, Hardy 8, Sitton 4, McCarter 3, Bruce 4, Kennedy 7, Hanson 2, Roberson 6, Maddox, King, Pawson.
BRAINERD (31)– Bradley 2, Ward 4, Wright 9, Watson, Robinson 5, Belcher 8, Bell, McGlocton, Mason 3, Coates, Williams.
3-POINT GOALS: SIGNAL MTN 4 (McCarter 1, Roberson 2, Walker 1); Brainerd 2 (Belcher 1, Robinson 1)
 

East Hamilton Boys 61, Bearden 57
East Hamilton                      11  15  19  16 – 61
Bearden                                13  10  19  15 – 57
East Hamilton (61) –
Darwin Randolph 14, Ian Shropshire 12, Caudle, Marcus Long 14, Pendleton 2, Karajic, Rogers, Jordan Harris 11, Eller 8, Mason, Scruggs
Bearden (57) – Elijah Bredwood 10, AJ Pruitt 17, Edwards 3, Munsey 6, I. Bredwood 5, Tyler Nordin 16, Walker
3-Point Goals – East Hamilton 8 (Randolph 2, Shropshire 2, Harris 2, Eller 2), Bearden 1 (E. Bredwood

Howard Boys 72, East Ridge 36
HOWARD    29 18 14 11 -- 72
East RIDGE  4  11 13  8 -- 36
HOWARD (72) -
Hall 17, Fisher 13, James 12, Thorne 12, Bowens 5, Edwards 4, Burks 2, Dupree 2, Davis 2, Freeman 2, Wilson, Johnson,
EAST RIDGE(36) - Hudgins 12, Martin 8, Smith 6, White 5, Brookshire 2, Anderson 2, High
3-POINT GOALS:: Howard 3 (Fisher 2, Bowens 1); East Ridge 2 (Smith 1, Martin 1)
 
Girls
Copper Basin 60, CGLA 17
Bearden 57, East Hamilton 39
Whitwell 50, Lookout Valley 30
Hixson 52, Central 42
Red Bank 61, Tyner 26
Silverdale 56, Notre dame 53
Grace 33, St. Andrew’s 21
Collegedale Academy 41, GPS 39
 
Boys
Lookout Valley 63, Whitwell 22
Blackmnan 63, Bradley 56
Cleveland 55, Maryville 53
McMinn Co. 80, Ooltewah 54
Central 66, Hixson 53
Howard 72, East Ridge 36
Tyner 48, Red Bank 31
Brainerd 52, Signal mountain 36
CCS 54, Boyd-Buchanan 44
Grace 53, St. Andrew’s 27

 

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