Crossville Chronicle, Crossville, TN

Area Sports

November 5, 2012

Lady Patriots top Stone

CROSSVILLE — Reece Stover tallied 13 points to lead the North Lady Patriots junior varsity to a 36-26 victory over Stone Thursday night.

Brooke Davis led Stone with seven points.

Scoring summary

North (36): Reece Stover 13, Skylar Lewis 6, Katie Coudriet, Paige Shelby 8, Emma Capps 9, Lauren Tabor, Emery Smith, Bailey Hicks, Maci Gernt, Katelyn Tabor, Chloe Reagan.

Stone (26); Brylie Christopher 4, Ali Jo Jones 6, Lindy Livesay 6, Sydney Wilson, Hannah Rigney, Emily Blevins 3, Brooke Davis 7, Erin Russell.

Crab Orchard at Homestead

Homestead 43, Crab Orchard 5: Brett Newcome pumped in 18 points, and Zach Boyd added 12 markers to lead the Bulldogs over the Tigers.

Clint Kemmer led Homestead with three points, while Blake Phillips added two markers.

Scoring summary

Crab Orchard (5): Hunter Tuttle, Jacob DeBord, D.J. Reed, Izak Carter, Clint Kemmer 3, Rudy Lima, Shawn Richards, Wesley Dehart, Michael Lima, Blake Phillips 2, Jared Kirkland, Porter Horsley.

Homestead (43): Brett Newcome 18, Mason Cox, Cole McClellan, Zach Boyd 12, Connor Lowe, Thomas Arnold, Kyle Spieles 3, David Miller 4, Thomas VanVorhees 2, Lane Ritzko 2, Stone Boston, Hunter Denton, Riley Day, Jake Finley.

Pleasant Hill at South

South 58, Pleasant Hill 28: South placed three players in double figures — Mason Wyatt (14), Hogan Herring (11) and Reese Dykes (11) — in route to a 58-28 victory over the Hornets.

Braden Qualls led Pleasant Hill with 19 points.

Scoring summary

Pleasant Hill (28): Braden Qualls 19, Bryton Underwood 1, Braxton West 6, Camden Smith 2, Lockwood, Noland, Reed, Wyatt, Stokes, Marsh, Conatser, Neely.

South (58): Mason Wyatt 14, Nick Davidson, Zach  Street 3, Hogan Herring 11, Reese Dykes 11, Kaleb McCoy 3, Jack Eldridge 2, Justin Reed, Bryce Keyes 6, Trevor Parsons, Drew Davidson 2, Zack DeMars, Nick Horvath 2, Stevie Day 2.

Brown at Martin

Martin 31, Brown 13: Ben Patton led Martin with seven points.

Brooks led Brown with 11 markers.

Scoring summary

Brown (13): T. Bailey, Collin Brown 2, N. Drainas, M. Lowe, J. Bailey, Z. Brooks 11, D. Kimbro, A. Deagon.

Martin (31): Marshall Thoma 6, Kobe Tollett 6, Jesse Willenburg 6, Ben Patton 7, Angel  Marquez, Tucker Christopher, Tyrston Miller 6, Andre Flores, James Miller.

No information was received by press time Monday morning from the  Brown at Martin (girls), Pleasant Hill at South (girls), North at Stone (boys) and Crab Orchard at Homestead (girls) games.


Nov. 5: South at Brown, Pleasant Hill at Martin, Stone at Crab Orchard, Homestead at North.

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

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


The Cumberland County elementary varsity season opens Tuesday night with two games — Homestead at Stone and Crab Orchard at North. Pine View and the western division have open dates.


(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 name 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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