PREP ROUND-UP: Basketball, Bowling Results

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PREP RESULTS: November 29h

Basketball

Boys

CSAS 59, Boyd Buchanan 55
Much like the tortoise and the hare fable of old the Bucs shot out to 10 point lead after the first period and still held a two point advantage at the half. However the Patriots kept chipping aqa and eventually came up with the four point win. Chris McDonald tossed in 13 to lead CSAS, while Justin Brown and Louis Bell each had 12.
Boyd Buchanan’s Caden Johnson led all scorers with 24 points. Ryan Lopez had 14 with three treys thrown in and Jaylon Moore had 10 for the Bucs.

CSAS 10 18 17 14 -- 59
BOYD BUCHANAN 25 4 1 11 – 55

CSAS (59) –
Chris McDonald 13, Justin Brown 12, Louis Bell 12, Pride 7, Smith 5, Moss 5, Gaines 5, Lowry.
BOYD BUCHANAN (55) – Caden Johnson 24, Ryan Lopez 14, Jaylon Moore 10, Miller 3, Reid 2, Johnston 2, Turnbow, Gardenhire.
3-point goals: CSAS 3 (Smith, McDonald, Moss); Boyd Buchanan 5 (Lopez 3, Johnston 2).
Reords: Boyd Buchanan 6-1 CSAS 5-2

Bradley Central 51, McCallie 41
The Bears took on a Blue Tornado in a game at Jim Smiddy Arena and came out with very little wind damage to procure the win. Jackson Ary led Bradley with 13 and teammate Caden Botts had 11, McCallie placed nine plyers in the scoring column but it wasn’t enough to slow the Bears from their thitd win of the season.

MCCALLIE 9 7 8 16 -- 40
BRADLEY 8 11 17 15 – 51

MCCALLIE (40) –
Bogaert 5, Kwasigroch 2, Kennebrew 4, Shulman 6, Wingard 6, Capazario 6, Salter 6, Hamilton, Levitt 2, Smith 3, Sharplin.
BRADLEY (51) – Caiden Botts 11, Carpenter 4, Daniel 5, Taylor 5, Jackson Ary 13, Kirkpatrick 4, Reid 6, Brownlow.
3-point goals: McCallie 6 (Shulman 2, Wingard, Salyer 2, Smith); Vradley 3 (Botts, Daniel, Ary).
Records: McCallie 3-3; Bradley Central 3-1

CHSTEA 73, Lookout Valley 33
Maguire Evans found the basket for 21points to lead the Patriots to their win over the Yellow Jackets. Ryan Swanson had 13 for CHSTEA, while the Yellow Jackets’Dai'zjon Kendrick led all scorers with 23.

LOOKOUT VALLEY 7 4 15 7 -- 33
CHSTEA 24 20 17 12 – 73

LOOKOUT VALLEY (33) –
Kendrick 23, Hulvey 7, Marsh 3, Cooper 2, Talley 1.
CHSTEA (73) – Maguire Evans 21, Ryan Swanson 13, Thompson 8, Simmons 7, J Swanson 6, Hall 4, Bo Hoewischer 4, Daniell 3, Deschaine 3, Ba Hoewischer 2, Huffman 2.
3-point goals: Lookout valley 2 (Kendricks, marsh); CHSTEA 9 (Evans 4, Swanson 2, Daniell, Simmons, Deschaine).

Signal Mountain 78, Sequatchie Co. 59
Sequatchie Co.’s Baron Cribbs smoked the nets for 36 points, including three three pointers in the final quarter, but it wasn’t enough as Christopher Kennedy had another big night for the Eagles, scoring 20 points, while Andrew Matukewicz netted 17, Ben Timblin 13 and Blake Wolfard had 12. Sam Evitts pitched in 12 for the Indians.

SIGNAL MOUNTAIN 23 14 17 24 -- 78
SEQUATCHIE CO. 16 14 9 20 – 59

SIGNAL MOUNTAIN (78) –
Andrew Matukewicz 17, Ben Timblin 13, Christopher Kennedy 20, Martin 5, Rackel 2, Thompson 3, Blake Wolfard 12, Sveadas 6, Hilke.
SEQUATCHIE CO. (59) – gilley 3, C Cribbs 3, Terry 5, Kelly, Baron Cribbs 23, Sam Evitts 12, Sims 3, Cotton 7.
3-point goals: Signal Mountain 8 (Matukewicz 2, Timblin, Kennedy 4, martin); Sequatchie Co. 7 (Gilley, C cribs, B Cribbs 3, Cotton 2).
Records: Signal Mountain 4-1

East Ridge 67, Howard 66
A pair of double-doubles pushed the Pioneers past the hustlin’ Tigers. Tyree Smith had 22 points and 11 boards, while Hasani Jackson scored 16 and had 11 rebounds and Cadion Harris had 10. Jaylen Taylor led Howard with 20 points and Jacob Millsap had 11 and Marquise Thomas picked up 10.

HOWARD 23 19 15 0 -- 66
EAST RIDGE 13 13 21 20 – 67

HOWARD (66) –
Jaylen Taylor 20, Holland 6, Been 4, Marquise Thomas 10, Laboo 3, Jacob Millsap 10, Dupree 2.
EAST RIDGE (67) – Hasani Jackson 16, Carnes 3, Smith 22, Cadion Harris 10, Matherly 8, Hamilton 4, Ware 4.
3-point goals: not reported

CCS 73, Red Bank 54
The Chargers burned the nets from long distance with 13 three pointers, as CCS got 25 points, including six treys, from Dre Jackson to lead the win over the Lions. The Chargers’ Caiden bauldwin had 15.

CCS 10 22 19 22 ---73
RED BANK 17 18 9 10 -- 54

CCS (73) –
Conley 6, Dre Jackson 25, Houston 3, Russell 3, Roddy 4, Timmerman 6, Wescher 3, Stinson 4, McKenzie 2, Caiden Bauldwin 15, Hinton 2.
RED BANK (54) – Johnson, Bonner 9, Rice 4, K Johnson 4, Lloyd 4, Sewell 9, Rizer 8, Wilbur 2, Crutcher 9, Collier 5.
3-point goals: CCS 13 (Conley 3, Jackson 6, Rody 2, Bauldwin 2); Red Bank 7 (K Johnson, Sewell, Crutcher 3, Collier).
Records: CCS 5-1

Girls

Grace 38, Hixson 21
Taylor Adams converted three from outside the arc en route to her game high 13 points and Savannah Engelbrecht tossed in 12 to lead the Lady Golden Eagles past the Lady Wildcats.

HIXSON 6 2 9 4 -- 21
GRACE 9 3 18 7 – 36


HIXSON (21) – Bellamy 8, Collier 5, Lee 6,Beach 2.
GRACE (36) – Savannah Engelbrecht 12, Taylor Adams 13, Ibrahim 3, Waldron 4, Cherwonuk 2, Siren :2.
3-point goals Grace 3 (Adams 3).

Sale Creek 40, Rockwood 37
The Lady Panthers used a 12 point performance by Trinity Smith to edge Rockwood to remain unbeaten on the season. Rockwood’s J. Angel led the Lady Tigers with 11 and Z. Baylis had 10.

SALE CREEK 7 12 14 9 -- 40
ROCKWOOD 7 9 8 13 -- 37

SALE CREEK (40) –
Ellis 5, Arnold 3, Holland 7, Garner 1, Trinity Smith 12, Defore 4, Ke Escobar, Levi 4, Ky Escobar 4.
ROCKWOOD (37) – K Davidson 3, Welch 1, B Davidson 8, Stover, Z. Baylis 10, Pryor 4, J Angel 11.
3-point goals: Sale Creek 3 ( Ellis, Arnold, Holland); Rockwood 2 (K Davidson, Baylis).
Records: Sale Creek 4-0.

Bowling

Boys – Signal Mountain (19) defeated Boyd Buchanan (4)

Individual Game – SM 997 - 886 (6-2)
SM – Noah Riley – 181, Clay Cooper - 180

BB – Ethan Pirtle – 184, Micah Barnett - 173

Baker Games
Game 1 – SM 142 - 138
Game 2 – SM 168 - 111

Game 3 – SM 150 - 141
Game 4 – BB 168 - 143
Game 5 – SM 125 – 101

Baker Totals – SM 728 - 659

Grand Total – SM 1725 – 1545

Girls – Boyd Buchanan (22) defeated Signal Mountain (1)

Individual Game – BB 911 - 683 (7-1)
BB – Kyla Mitchell – 182, Olivia Keene - 166

SM – Georgia Bartlett - 136, Britton Williams - 130

Baker Games
Game 1 - BB 164 - 104
Game 2 - BB 126 - 97

Game 3 - BB 136 - 116
Game 4 - BB 171 - 106

Game 5 - BB 109 - 94

Baker Totals – BB 706 – 517

Grand Total – BB 1617 – 1200

Girls – Bradley Central (18) defeated Signal Mountain (5)


Individual Game – BC 799 - 675 (6-2)
BC – Carley Horning - 187, Olivia Reddish - 159

SM – Siara Ellis – 160, Georgia Bartlett - 115

Baker Games
Game 1 – SM 138 – 103

Game 2 – BC 132 - 128

Game 3 – Tie 109 - 109
Game 4 – BC 131 - 117
Game 5 – BC 131 – 98

Baker Totals – BC 606 - 590

Grand Total – BC 1405 – 1265

Boys – Cleveland (16) defeated Bradley Central (7)

Individual Game – C 1054 - 831 (7-1)
C – Chase Mason - 206, Jayson Seda-Haas – 206

BC – Walker Hicks - 223, Alex Pritchard - 148

Baker Games
Game 1 – C 148 - 101
Game 2 – BC 193 - 182

Game 3 – C 156 - 136
Game 4 – C 175 - 173
Game 5 – BC 192 – 125

Baker Totals – BC 795 - 786

Grand Total – C 1840 - 1626


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