Crossville Chronicle, Crossville, TN

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November 12, 2012

Junior varsity hoop tourney under way

CROSSVILLE — The Cumberland County elementary junior varsity tournament opened Saturday at Brown Elementary with a full slate of first round games, with the semi-finals played Monday night and the championship games Thursday evening. No results were received at press time Monday morning from Saturday's action.

The regular season wrapped up Thursday night with these double-headers — Brown at Pleasant Hill, South at Martin, Homestead at Stone, Crab Orchard at North. Just a few results were received by press time Monday, also.

Homestead at Stone

Homestead 45, Stone 11: Brett Newcome poured in 18 points to lead the Bulldog junior varsity to a season-ending win over Stone.

Chase VanRuden led Stone with three points.

Scoring summarry

Homestead (45): Brett Newcome 18, Mason Cox 2, Cole McClellan, Zach Boyd 2, Conor Lowe, 2, Thomas Arnold 2, David Miller 2, Thomas VanVoorhes 2, Riley Day, Stone Boston 2, Lane Ritzko, Hunter Denton 3, Ethan Wilhite, Jake Finley.

Stone (11): Jackson Newman, Caleb Smith 2, Chase VanRuden 3, Trey Christopher 2, Jordan Pelfrey 2, Gage Wolfe, Eli Newman, Kyle Watgo 2, Turner Pillow, Alex Sixkiller, Matt Sweeney Dylan Wittenburg.

Martin at South

South 40, Martin 16: Mason Wyatt Zach Street and Hogan Herring each tallied 10 points to lead the South Rebels over the Martin Eagles.

Jesse Willenburg, Kobe Tollett and Marshall Thomas each had four points for Martin.

Scoring summary

Martin (16): Jesse Willenburg 4, Kobe Tollett 4, Marshall Thomas 4, Ben Pattn 2, Trystan Miller 2, Tucker Christopher, Andre Flores, Angel Marquez.

South (40): Mason Wyatt 10, Nick Davidson, Zach Street 10, Hogan Herring 10, Reese Dykes 4, Jack Eldridge, Justin 1, Bryce Keyes, Trevor Parsons 2, Drew Davidson 2, Zack Demars, Nick Horvath, Clay Davis, Stevie Day 1, Zack Baucum.

Brown at Pleasant Hill

Pleasant Hill 26, Brown 10: Rebekah Noland tallied 10 points to lead the Lady Hornets over the Lady Bears.

Ellizabeth Squier led Brown with six points.

Scoring summary

Brown (10): Daynia Barron, Rebekah Cruz, Ameila Huling, Brooke Rockwell 4, Elizabeth Squier 6, Daisy Pyburn, Kayla Berry, Betty Hester.

Pleasant Hill (26): Cassie Bumbalough  6, Eva Blalock, Breanna Crabtree 2, Rebekah Noland 10, Hailey Hicks 4, Jacqueline Griffith 2, Sadie Robbins, Erica Pugh 2, Kimberly Wooll, Alexis Singer, Alley Abram.

Pleasant Hill 21, Brown 18: Braden Qualls led Pleasant Hill with 10 markers.

Collin Howard-Brown and Zach Brooks led Brown with seven points each.

Scoring summary

Brown (18): Timothy Bailey, Collin Howard Brown 7, Nic Dranias 2, Mathew Lowe, Jonathan Bailey, Zach Brooks 7, Dalton Kimbro, Anthony Reagen, Sincere Phonphan 2.

Pleasant Hill (21): Brandon Lockwood 2, Braden Qualls 10, Matthew Noland, Bryton Underwood 5, Larry Reed, Braxton West 2, Camden Smith, Gabriel Wyatt, Blaise Stokes, Dillion Marsh, Kendall Clark, Bryson Neely.

Crab Orchard at North

North 39, Crab Orchard 15: Reece Stover tallied 10 points to lead the Lady Patriots over the Lady Tigers.

Taylor Polk led Crab Orchard with eight points.

Scoring summary

Crab Orchard (15): Lilly Rockafella, Maddie Jeffrey, Gabby Davis, Sklya 1, Angel Hayes 2, Skylar Dishman, Willow Vance, Caitlin Jones, Shelby Wirth 3, Haley Richards, Courtney Watson, Abby Lars 1, Sidney Richards, Taylor Polk 8, Maddle Tuttle.

North (39):Reece Stover 10, Skylar Lewis 6, Katie Coudriet, Paige Selby 4, Lauren Tabor, Emery Smith, Bailey Hicks 7, Kelli Carroll, Maci Gernt 4, Katelyn Tabor, Chloe Reagan 3.


Elementary varsity action resumes Tuesday night with these double-headers — South at Brown, Pleasant Hill at Martin, North at Stone and Pine View at Homestead. Crab Orchard has an open date.


(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, which are 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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