Crossville Chronicle, Crossville, TN

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November 22, 2013

Elementary basketball season continues

CROSSVILLE — The Cumberland County elementary varsity basketball league finished a third session Tuesday night with four double-headers — Pine View at Brown, Martin at Stone, South at Crab Orchard and Homestead at North. Pleasant Hill had the evening off.

South at Crab Orchard

South 51, Crab Orchard 19: Zack Street and Silas Clark tallied 12 and 11 points, respectively, to lead the Rebels over the Tigers.

Kyle Holding and D.J. Reed led Crab Orchard with six markers each.

Scoring summary

South (51): Lee Hale 4, Silas Clark 12, Josh Dykes 2, Hayden Woody 3, Jacob Kerley 0, Hogan Herring 5, Zack Street 12, Mason Wyatt 4, Trey Christopher 0, Reese Dykes 3, Brandon Dalton 0, Kaleb McCoy 2, Trevor Parsons 0, Drew Davidonson  2, Jack Eldridge 4, Bryce Keyes 0.

Crab Orchard (19): Aaron Kirkland 2, Kyle Holding 6, Jordan Barr 5, D.J. Reed 6, Blaise Dishman 0, Troy Godsey 0, Izak Carter 0, Dylan Monday 0, Porter Horsley 0, Jared Kirkland 0, Mason Stephens 0, Jake Phillips 0, Gavin Smith 0.

South 57, Crab Orchard 0: Fourteen of the 19 Lady Rebels who played dented the scoreboard. Alex Eldridge and Tessa Miller led the Lady Rebels with eight points.

Scoring summary

South (57): Gracee Dishman 6, Alex Eldridge 8, Tesa Johnson 6, Kassidy Cunningham 2, Caitlin Reed 2, Kiara Wilson 7, Zoe Woody 2, Keaton Freitag 2, Tessa Miller 8, Lauren Randall 2, Kallie Hale 4, Shelbi Smith 2,  Jillian Moore 4, Angel Hayes 2, Brylie Christopher 0, Jessica Hedgecoth 0, Jacqueline Griffith 0, Chloe Richardson 0, Nerissa Scarbrough 0.

Homestead at North

North 38, Homestead 21: Reece Stover pumped in 19 points to lead the Lady Patriots over the Lady Bulldogs.

Ali Smith lead Homestead with eight points.

Scoring summary

Homestead (21): Ali Smith 8, Emily Boyd 6, Reece Sojka 4, Susan Nelson 2, McKenna Day 1.

North (38): Reece Stover 19, Jessica Tabor 6, Paige Selby 5, Marce Kerley 4, Skylar Lewis 0, Katie Coudriet 0, Lauren Tabor 0.

Martin at Stone

Stone 28, Martin 20: Ashlyn Friel tallied nine points to lead the Lady Coyotes over the Lady Eagles.

Shelby Howard had 17 markers for the Lady Eagles.

Scoring summary

Martin (20): Shelby Howard 17, Maggie McClain 0, Lea Mijotovic 0, V.V. Dickens 3, Maison Gargac 0, Kelsey Greene 0, Shayla Wilson 0.

Stone (28): Ashlyn Friel 9, Anna Dailey 6, Lindy Livesay 7, Ali Barnes 2, Brooke Davis 2, Tabitha Davis 0, Teora Campbell 0, Erin Rassel 0, Lacie Proffitt 2.

Martin 37, Stone 33: Zack Lawson tallied 15 points, and Andrew Allred added 11 markers to lead the Eagles over the Coyotes.

Timmy Shultz and Jackson Hughes "tickled the twine" for 10 markers each for the Coyotes.

Scoring summary

Martin (37): Andrew Allred 11, Ryan Graham 6, Brandon Kluender 2, Zack Lawson 15, Angel Marquez 3, Kobe Tollett 15.

Stone (33): Timmy Shultz 10, Preston Buck 6, Jackson Hughes 10, Cooper Wyatt 2, Jared Houston 3, Corban Goad 2.

Pine View at Brown

Pine View 33, Brown 17: Jorgia Price pumped in 26 points to lead the Lady Pioneers over the Lady Bears.

Brooke Rockwell led Brown with seven points.

Scoring summary

Pine View (33): Caitlin Seiber 1, Faith Robinette 4, Jorgia Price 26, Allison Seiber 2, Arriana Littlefield 0, Morgan Price 0, Nicole Grayson 0, Shelby Godsey 0, Claire Seiber 0, Meghan Niles 0.

Brown (17): Elizabeth Squier 5, Brooke Rockwell 7, Kaylee Beaty 0, Kimbro 0, Beth Ann Brewer 0, Betty Hester 0, Keely Woody 0, Harlee Reagan 0, Autumn Eldridge 0, Savannah Adkins 0.

No report: Homestead at North (boys).


Nov. 26: There are no games scheduled because of the Thanksgiving holiday, Nov. 28-29.

Dec. 2: Homestead at Crab Orchard; Stone at South; Brown at Martin; Pleasant Hill at Pine View. North has an open date.

Dec. 5: Stone at Pleasant Hill, Pine View at Crab Orchard, North at Martin and South at Homestead. Brown is idle.

Dec. 9: North at South, Crab Orchard at Martin, Stone at Pine View and Pleasant Hilll at Brown. Homestead is idle.

Dec. 12: Crab Orchard at Brown, Pleasant Hill at North, Homestead at Pine View and Martin at South. Stone is idle.

Dec. 16: Homestead at Martin, Pine View at North, Pleasant Hill at Crab Orchard and Brown at Stone. South is idle.

Dec. 19: South at Pine View, Pleasant Hill at Homestead, Brown at North and Crab Orchard at Stone. Martin is idle.

Junior varsity

The regular season finales were Pine View at South, Pleasant Hill at Homestead, North at Brown and Crab Orchard at Stone. Martin was idle. The tournament brackets were not determined until after the games were finished.

The tournament begins Saturday at Pleasant Hill and continues Monday and Thursday.

(Editor's note: It is the home school's responsibility, win or lose, to report results by 9 a.m. the following day. Please include first and last names of all players, whether they play or not, as there may be players with the same last name on both teams. Results of games played two weeks ago or older will not be accepted.  When faxing copies of the pages from the scorebooks or the provided scoresheets, please be sure all of the names are legible and include first names of all players. Scores and rosters may be faxed to 456-7683 or e-mailed to

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