Crossville Chronicle, Crossville, TN

Area Sports

December 18, 2012

Clark scores 19 points in South win over Stone Elem. Monday

CROSSVILLE — Silas Clark poured in 19 points to lead the South Rebels to a 37-23 win over the Stone Coyotes in elementary basketball action Monday night.

Dalton Barnes had 10 points for the Coyotes.

Scoring summary

South (37): Tristan Partridge 2, Silas Clark 19, Jacob Kerley 4, Heydon Woody 8, Lee Hale 2, Josh Dykes 2.

Stone (23): Dalton Barnes 10, Mason Baucum 3, Rylin Morgan 2, Mike Miller 3, Timmy Shultz 3, Brady Adams, Dawson Hassler 2.

North at Pleasant Hill

North 37, Pleasant Hill 34: Ben Tabor tallied 10 points to lead the Patriots over the Hornets.

Cason Graham led Pleasant Hill with 16 points, while Braxton West added 10 markers.

Scoring summary

North (37): Ben Tabor 10, Mikey VanWinkle 8, Dawson Hunt 3, Garrett Bullock 7, Jacob Brown 9, Connor Barnwell, Jared VanWinkle.

Pleasant Hill (34): Braden Qualls 4, Cason Graham 16, Devon Schwencke 2, Brandon Lockwood 2, Tyler English, Braxton West 10.

Pleasant Hill 26, North 21: Emily Pugh tallied 10 points to lead the Lady Hornets over the Lady Patriots.

Sam Gray led North with 11 points.

Scoring summary

North (21): Hailey Coudriet 2, Lexi Hinch 2, Sam Gray 11, Sammy Jo Wyatt 2, Marce Kerley 2, Kali Threet 2, Sydney Tabor, Jessica Tabor.

Pleasant Hill (26): Maddi Bernabei 4, Bethany Dyer 8, Lexi Lee 1, Brooke Oakes 1, Emily Pugh 10, Sarah Buckner.

No report: There was nothing received from the South at Stone (girls), Martin at Crab Orchard  Brown at Pine View games at press time Tuesday morning. Homestead had an open date.

Schedule

Dec. 20: Crab Orchard at Stone, Homestead at North, Martin at Pleasant Hill. Pine View, Brown and South have the open date.

Jan. 7: Stone at North, Homestead at Crab Orchard, Brown at Martin. Pine View, South and Pleasant Hill have open dates.

Jan. 10: Stone at Homestead, North at Crab Orchard, Pleasant Hill at Brown. Pine View, South and Martin have open dates.

Jan. 14: Brown at Stone, North at Martin, Pleasant Hill at Homestead. Crab Orchard, South and Pine View have open dates.

Jan. 17: Stone at Pleasant Hill, Crab Orchard at Brown, Homestead at Martin. North, South and Pine View have open dates.

Jan. 22: Martin at Stone, Pleasant Hill at Crab Orchard, Brown at North. Homestead, South and Pine View have open dates.

Jan. 24: Crab Orchard at Martin, Pleasant Hill at North, Homestead at Brown. Stone, South and Pine View have open dates.

Jan. 31, Feb 1-2, 4-5, 7, 9: These are the tentative dates for the elementary varsity tournament at both CCHS and SMHS.

(Elementary coaches are reminded to submit results on a timely basis. Results more than two weeks old will not be accepted. The Dec. 20 results must be submitted before school is dismissed at 10 a.m. Dec. 21. Coaches are asked to please include first and last names of all players who play, as there players with the same last name on teams and who have siblings also on those teams.)

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