Crossville Chronicle, Crossville, TN

Area Sports

November 6, 2012

Patriots take win over Bulldogs

CROSSVILLE — Justin Headrick, Jacob Brown and Connor Barnwell tallied 21, 19 and 13 points, respecltively, to lead the North Patriots to a 56-50 overtime victory over the Homestead Bulldogs, but Homestead's Brett Newcome was the story, as he scored all 50 of the Bulldogs' points.

North led 29-23 at the half, but Newcome scored 22 second half points to outscore the Patiorts 22-16 to tie the game 45-45 at the end of regulation. North outscored Homestead 9-5 in the extra period for the win.

Newcome tickled the twine for 18 field goals (12 2s and 6 3s) and eight of 12 from the charity stripe.

Scoring summary

Homestead (50): Brett Newcome 50, Mason Cox, Cole McClellan, Zach Boyd, Conor Lowe, David Miller.

North (55): Garrett Magnusson 3, Jared VanWinkle, Connor  Barnwell 13, Jacob Brown 19, Justin Headrick 21.

North 32, Homestead 18: Emma Capps scored 11 points to lead the Lady Patriots over the Lady Bulldogs.

Emily Boyd led Homestead with eight points.

Scoring summary

Homestead (18): Emily Boyd 8, Alli Smith 4, Whitney Proffitt, Chloe Roark 2, Susan Nelson, Kara Davis 4.

North (32): Reece Stover 6, Skylar Lewis 5, Katie Coudriet 4, Page Selby 2, Emma Capps 11, Lauren Tabor 4, Emery Smith, Bailey Hicks, Kelli Carroll, Maci Gernt, Katelyn Tabor. Chloe Reagan.

South at Brown

South 45, Brown 12: Reese Dykes poured in 10 points to lead the South junior varsity to a 45-12 victory  over Brown Monday night at Brown.

Colin Brown led the Bears with seven points.

Scoring summary

South (45): Mason Wyatt 5, Zach Street 6, Hogan Herring 2, Reese Dykes 10, Kaleb McCoy 2, Jack Eldridge 2, Justin Reed 8, Trevor Parsons 2, Drew Davidson 4, Zach DeMars 2, Nick Horvath 2.

Brown (12): Colin Brown 7, Nick Drainas, Jon Bailey, Tim Bailey, Zach Brooks 2, Dalton Kimbro, Anthony Reagan 2, Sincere PhoPhah 2, Matt Lowe.

Pleasant HIll at Martin

Pleasant Hill 46, Martin 38: Braden Qualls tickled the twine for 29 points to lead the Hornets over the Eagles.

Kobe Tollett and Ben Patton led Martin with 13 and 10 points, respectivlely.

No reports from the South at Brown (girls), Pleasant Hill at Martin (girls) and Stone at Crab Orchard games were received at press time Tuesday morning.

Scoring summary

Pleasant Hill (46): Brandon Lockwood, Braden Qualls 29, Matthew Noland, Bryton Underwood, Larry Reed 2, Braxton West, Camden Smith, Gabriel Watt, Blaise Stokes 6, Dillon Marsh, Carson Conatser, Garrett Winn, Kendall Clark, Calvin Wyatt, Bryson Neely.

Martin (38): Marshall Thomas 5, Kobe Tollett 13, Jesse Willenburg 6, Ben Patton 10, Angel Marquez, Tucker Christopher, Tryston Miller 4, Andre Flores, James Miller.

Nov. 8: Brown at Pleasant Hill, South at Martin, Homestead at Stone, Crab Orchard at North.

Nov. 10, 12, 15: Tournament at Brown.

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(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, two weeks or more old, will not be accepted. The home school is responsible for reporting scores on a timely basis. This applies to both junior varsity and varsity contests.)

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