Crossville Chronicle, Crossville, TN

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February 7, 2013

Elementary hoop champs to be crowned Saturday

CROSSVILLE — The Cumberland County elementary basketball tournament’s countywide semi-finals were played Thursday night at CCHS, with the championship games going to SMHS Saturday night.

In Thursday’s action, the South Lady Rebels played the Stone Lady Coyotes, followed by Homestead vs. Martin, boys; North vs. Pleasant Hill, girls; and South vs. Crab Orchard, boys.

The Homestead boys defeated Crab Orchard 55-35 to win the eastern division championship Tuesday at SMHS.

Leading scorers for Homestead were Nathaniel Sexton (eight points), Tristan Norman (12 points), Jamie Nichols (eight points), Curtis Tollett (10 markers), Brett Newcome (13 points), Gage Cox (two points) and Austin Bryant (two points).

Scoring leaders for Crab Orchard were Austin Seiber (three points), Jared DeBord (six points), Dylan Dishman (four points), Spencer Pugh (eight points), Jas Kemmer (12 points) and Devin Garcia (two points).

North 35, Stone 28: Leading scorers for the Lady Patriots were H. Coudriet (nine points), L. Hinch (two points), S. Gray (10 points), Sammie Jo Wyatt (4 points), Kali Turbet (four points), Marce Kerley (one point), Sydney Tabor, Jessica Tabor (two points) and Reece Stover (three points).

Stone (28): Mary Shaver (10 points), Ashlyn Friel, Haley Wood (three points), Alexis Howard (four points), Ella Howard (five points) and Brylie Christopher (six points).

The South Lady Rebels defeated Pleasant Hill for the western division title, while the South Rebels beat Martin for the boys’ crown. No scoring summaries  were received on these games.

 

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