Crossville Chronicle, Crossville, TN

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December 6, 2012

Lee tallied 20 points in Lady Hornets’ win over Lady Bulldogs

CROSSVILLE — Lexi Lee poured in 20 points to lead the Pleasant Hill Lady Hornets to a 47-23 win over the Homestead Lady Bulldogs in Cumberland County elementary basketball action Monday night at Pleasant Hill.

Sara Evans and Abigail Stine led Homestead with six points each.

Scoring summary

Homestead (23): Sara Evans 6, Abigail Stine 6, Kayla Pennycuff 5, Mattie Hinch, Emily Boyd 3, Allison Hale 3, McKenna Day 3, Alli Smith, Whitney Proffitt, Kayla Owens, Susan Nelson.

Pleasant Hill (47): Maddie Bernabei 4, Bethany Dyer 4, Lexi Lee 20, Brooke Oakes 9, Emily Pugh 6, Heather Brown 2, Savannah Derrick, Sarah Buckner 2, Jessie Blalock, Taryn Hammons, Callie Piper, Makayla Underwood.

Homestead 56, Pleasant Hill 28: Nathaniel Sexton tallied 10 points led the Bulldogs over the Hornets.

Cason Graham led Pleasant Hill with 13 points.

Scoring summary

Homestead (56): Zach Pugh, Nathaniel Sexton 10, Tristan Norman 8, Jamie Nichols 6, Gage Cox 3, Curtis Tollett 2, Zach Denton 6, Ashton Doris 5, Brett Newcome 8, Seth Sherrill 5, Austin Bryant 1, Dylan Cole 2.

Pleasant Hill (28): Bryton Underwood, Braden Qualls 9, Jimmy Chaney, Cason Graham 13, Christopher McCloud 2, Devon Schwencke, Matthew Noland, Brandon Lockwood, Tyler English 1, Wesley Miller 1, Camden Smith 2.

Crab Orchard at South

South 35, Crab Orchard 28: Silas Clark poured in 17 points and Hayden Woody added 11 markers to lead the Rebels over the Tigers.

Aaron Kindred led Crab Orchard with nine points.

"Joe Holbrook is doing a good job with his team," said South coach Randy Herring.

Scoring summary

Crab Orchard (28): Aaron Kindred 9, Austin Seiber 8, Jared DeBord 4, Dylan Dishman 1, Spencer Pugh 4, Jayce Kemmer 2.

South (35): Tristan Partridge 2, Silas Clark 17, Jacob Kerley 1, Hayden Woody 11, Lee Hale 2, Josh Dykes 2.

Stone at Brown

Stone 45, Brown 19: Mason Houston and Michael Miller tallied 10 points each to lead the Coyotes over the Bears.

Dylan Wyatt led Brown with eight points.

Scoring summary

Stone (45): Dalton Barnes 6, Mason Houston 10, Rylan Morgan, Michael Miller 10, Timmy Shultz, Brady Adams 7, Dawson Hassler 2, Hunter Pelfrey 5, Cooper Wyatt 5, Jackson Hughes.

Brown (19): Dylan Wyatt 8, Hunter Patterson, Nate Hargis 7, Corey Brooks, Riley Phillips 2, Jay Ott, Jake Lewis 2.

Stone 43, Brown 5: Brylie Christopher tallied seven points to lead the Lady Coyotes over the Lady Bears.

Elizabeth Squier led Brown with four points.

Scoring summary

Stone (43): Macy Shaver 2, Ashlyn Friel 4, Haley Wood 5, Ella Howard 6, Brylie Christopher 7, Alexis Howard 4, Ali Jo Barnes, Alexis Brown, Tabitha Davis 3, Teora Campbell 6, Yasmin Garrett.

Brown (5): Brooke Rockwell, Elizabeth Squier 4, D. Belvin, Kaitlyn Tapp, Betty Hester, Jasmine Smith, Daynia Barron, Haley Larue, Elizabeth Stone 1.

Martin at Brown

North 37, Martin 23: Sam Gray and Reece Stover each had nine points to lead the Lady Patriots over the Lady Eagles.

Lindsey Norrod had 15 markers for the Lady Eagles.

Scoring summary

Martin (23): Lea Mijatovic, Jillian Moore, Amy Soto, Lindsay Norrod 15, Alyssa Fuller, Maggie McClain 2, Shelby Howard,  Chelsey Roysdon 6.

North (37): Hailey Coudriet, Lexi Hinch, Sam Gray 9, Sammy Jo Wyatt 6, Kali Turbett 2, Marce Kerley 2, Sydney Tabor, Jessica Tabor 4, Reece Stover 9, Paige Selby, Skylar Lewis 3, Emery Smith, Katie Coudriet, Emma Capps 2.

North 43, Martin 37: Mikey VanWinkle tickled the twine for 25 points to lead the Patriots over the Eagles.

Kevin Flores led Martin with 27 points.

Scoring summary

Martin (37): Flores 27, Thompson 2, Andrew Alred, Harrison Seiber 2, Brandon Kluender, Jake Moore, Mason Crisp 6, Marshall Thomas.

North (43): Ben Tabor 2, Mike Van Winkle 25, Dawson Hunt 2, Garrett Bullock 6, Connor Barnwell, Justin Headrick 5, Jared VanWinkle 3.

Schedule

Dec. 3: No report from the Crab Orchard at South girls game. Pine View had an open date.

Dec. 6: Brown at Crab Orchard, South at North, Martin at Homestead, Pine View at Pleasant Hill. Stone has an open date.

Dec. 10: Pleasant Hill at Stone, North at Brown, Homestead at South, Martin at Pine View. Crab Orchard has an open date.

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

Dec. 17: South at Stone, Martin at Crab Orchard, North at Pleasant Hill, Brown at Pine View. Homestead has an open date.

Dec. 20: Crab Orchard at Stone, Homestead at North, Martin at Pleasant Hill. Pine View, Brown and South have the open date.

Jan. 7: Stone at North, Homestead at Crab Orchard, Brown at Martin. Pine View, South and Pleasant Hill have open dates.

Jan. 10: Stone at Homestead, North at Crab Orchard, Pleasant Hill at Brown. Pine View, South and Martin have open dates.

Jan. 14: Brown at Stone, North at Martin, Pleasant Hill at Homestead. Crab Orchard, South and Pine View have open dates.

Jan. 17: Stone at Pleasant Hill, Crab Orchard at Brown, Homestead at Martin. North, South and Pine View have open dates.

Jan. 22: Martin at Stone, Pleasant Hill at Crab Orchard, Brown at North. Homestead, South an Pine View have open dates.

Jan.  24: Crab Orchard at Martin, Pleasant Hill at North, Homestead at Brown. Stone, South and Pine View have open dates.

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