PREP ROUND-UP: Boys Region Quarterfinal Results; Red bank Survives In Region 3-2A

Friday, April 30, 2021

SATURDAY, FEBRUARY  27

Prep Basketball

Boys
DI First Round
Region 2-1A
  CSAS 65, Wartburg 60
  Harriman 59, Sale Creek 26
  Oneida 70, Copper Basin 31
  Tellico Plains 57, Sunbright 42

Region 3-2A 

Red Bank 58, Sequoyah 57
The Lions went on the road Saturday night and survived to live again. Red Bank went into the fourth quarter leading by five over Sequoyah in their Region 3-3A quarterfinal game. The Chiefs outscored the Lions by four in the last stanza and Red Bank withstood the attack to bring home a 8-57 win.

The Lions had two players nail down a double-double, Kel Eddins poured in 16 points and grabbed 14 rebounds, while teammate Ryan barber  scored 14 and added 13 boards to his night. Haden Spurgeon tossed in 11 points and dished out seven assists.

Dillon Stakely of Sequoyah led all scorers with 21 and teammate Jackson Kuberka added 17.

With the win, the Lions move on to face a familiar opponent in the region semifinals as they will travel to Tyner on Tuesday for a 7:00 p.m. tip.

RED BANK     17   16   17     8 - 58
SEQUOYAH     9   14   22   12 – 57

RED BANK (8) –
Ryan Barber 14, Swanson 7, Kel Eddins 16, Bell 6, Haden Spurgeon 11, Clay 1, Smith, Crutcher 3, Lloyd, Greer, Sewell.
SEQUOYAH (57) – Jackson Kuberka 17, Sloan 4, Abdullah 6, Strickland 5, Peak 2, Dillon Stakely 21, Patterson, Dalton 2.
3-POINT GOALS: Red Bank 3 (Eddins, Spurgeon 2); Sequoyah 8 (Sloan, Abdullah, Stakely 6). 

  Tyner 65, McMinn Central 48
  Howard 91, Sweetwater 70
  Loudon 61, Brainerd 53

Region 3-3A
  Cleveland 55, Cookeville 54
  East Hamilton 66, Stone Memorial 38
  White Co. 65, Walker Valley 56
  Warren Co. 62, McMinn Co. 46

DII-A Quarterfinals
  
Christ Presbyterian 72, Boyd Buchanan 52
Boyd Buchanan’s run towards a gold ball ended Saturday night on the floor of Jett Gymnasium. The Buccaneers went down to a strong CPA team, 72-52.

Boyd, only trailing by one at the half, saw the Lions outscore them by 13 in the second half, despite 20 points from Ace Bailey, along with 10 from Caden Johnson.

Braden Zapp led CPA with a game-high 24, while teammates Evan Shiflet and Drew Cox tossed in 13 apiece. Jake Dykstra had 10 for the Lions.


The Bucs end their season at 18-9.

CHRIST PRESBYTERIAN     15   17   25   15 -  72
BOYD BUCHANAN                15   10   16   11 – 52

CHRIST PREBYTERIAN (72) –
Braden Zapp 24, Evan Shiflet 13, Drew Cox 13, Jake Dykstra 10, DeWalt 5, Moore 5, Wright 2, Teller, Nichols, Vollaro, Raper, Fry, Reynolds, Smith, Weeks, Humphreys.
BOYD BUCHANAN (52) – Ace Bailey 20, Caden Johnson 10, Lopez 7, Gay 5, Stum 4, C Johnston 2, Miller 2, Shockley 2, Calhoun, Wamack, B Johnston, Kolff, Jones, Craw, Carlton.
3-POINT GOALS: Christ Presbyterian 7 (Zapp 2, Dykstra 2, Cox 2, Moore); Boyd Buchanan 3 (Bailey 2, Lopez).
Record: Boyd Buchanan 18-9

  ECS 32, Notre Dame 31

 DII-AA Quarterfinals
  Knox Catholic 45, McCallie 36
  Brentwood Academy 44, Baylor 40


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