Crossville Chronicle, Crossville, TN

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November 8, 2012

Elementary varsity basketball tips off

CROSSVILLE — The Cumberland County elementary varsity basketball season opened Tuesday night with two double-headers, Stone at Homestead and Crab Orchard at North.

Only one score was received — Homestead 39, Stone 22 — in boys action. The other scores were not received by press time Thursday morning.

Gage Cox led Homestead with 11 points.

Dalton Barnes tickled the twine for 13 points for the Coyotes.

Scoring summary

Stone (22): Dalton Barnes 13, Mason Houston 5, Michael Miller 2, Rylin Morgan, Timmy Schultz, Brady Adams 2, Dawson Hassler, Majer Wattenbarger, Hunter Pelfrey, Cooper Wyatt, Byron Widemon, Jackson Hughes.

Homestead (39): Zach Pugh 5, Nathaniel Sexton 7, Tristan Norman 9, Jamie Nichols 4, Gage Cox 11, Curtis Tollett 3, Zach Denton, Ashton Doris, Brett Newcome, Seth Sherrill, Austin Bryant, Dylan Cole.

Varsity schedule

Nov. 13: South at Brown, Pleasant Hill at  Martin, North at Stone, Pine View at Homestead. Crab Orchard has an open date.

•The junior varsity regular season wrapped up Thursday night with four double headers — Brown at Pleasant Hill, South at Martin, Homestead at Stone and Crab Orchard at North.

The post-season tournament is Nov. 10, 12 and 15 at Brown Elementary School.

(Editor's note: It is required first and last names of players must be included when scores are turned in for publication, as there are players with the same last names on both teams and/or siblings playing on the same team. Results, which are two weeks or more old, will not be accepted. The home school is responsible for reporting scores on a timely basis.)

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