Crossville Chronicle, Crossville, TN

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November 7, 2013

Elementary basketball enters varsity season

CROSSVILLE — The Cumberland County elementary varsity basketball season opened Tuesday night with four double-headers — Martin at Pleasant Hill, Brown at South, Stone at Homestead and North at Crab Orchard.

Martin at Pleasant Hill

Martin 39, Pleasant Hill 26: Andrew Allred tickled the twine for 18 points, and Zack Lawson added 10 markers to lead the Eagles over Pleasant Hill. All 13 Eagles saw action in the contest.

Braden Qualls led the Hornets with 11 markers, as all 14 Pleasant Hill players saw action.

Scoring summary

Martin (39): Andrew Allred 18, Ryan Graham 8, Brandon Kluender 1, Zack Lawson 10, Angel Marquez 0, Zack Briggs 2, Kobe Tollett 0, Bent Patton 0, Eric Barera 0, Tristyn Miller 0, Tucker Christopher 0, Jesse Willenburg 0, Nick Moore 0.

Pleasant Hill (26): Braden Qualls 11, Matthew Noland 0, Brandon Lockwood 0, Jimmy Chaney 0, Dawson Lewis 0, Dillion Norrod 0, Cade Greatorex 6, Wesley Miller 0, Donny Roby 1, Larry Reed 0, Camden Smith 0, Blaise Stokes 5, Justin Hargis 0, Jacob Grenga 0.

Pleasant Hill 34, Martin 22: Jesse Blalock pumped in 20 points to lead the Lady Hornets over the Lady Eagles.

Shelby Howard led Martin with 12 markers.

Scoring summary

Martin (22): Mattie Daugherty 0, Lea Mijatovic 0, Shayla Woodson 0, V.V. Dickens 7, Maggie McClain 2, Kelsey Greene 1, Shelby Howard 12.

Pleasant Hill (34): Jessie Blalock 20, Sarah Buckner 3, Taryn Hammons 7, Callie Piper 4, Rebekah Noland 0, Haley Hicks 0, Eva Blalock 0, Lindsey Ford 0, Ashley Worley 0, Cassie Bumbalough.

Stone at Homestead

Homestead 39, Stone 17: Emily Boyd scored 10 points to lead the Lady Bulldogs over the Lady Coyotes.

Brooke Davis led Stone with six points.

Scoring summary

Stone (17): Ashlyn Friel 2, Anna Dailey 4, Lindy Livesay 3, Ali Barnes 0, Brooke Davis 6, Tabitha Davis 0, Teora Campbell 0, Erin Rosse 0, Emiliy Blevins 2, Katie Pullins 0.

Homestead (39): Emily Boyd 10, Alli Smith 1, Susan Nelson 2, Reece Sojka 2, McKenna Day 6, Whitney Proffitt 3, Alley Hale 0, Kaitlyn Grayson 0, Jacey Wiley 0, Kara Davis 6, Shay Hamby 0, Chloe Roark  0, Lyrik Mercer 2, Ashley Hale 0.

Homestead 44, Stone 8: Devin Watkins led the Bulldogs over the Coyotes with eight points.

Timmy Schultz, Preston Buck, Jackson Hughes and Cooper Wyatt each had two markers for the Coyotes.

Scoring summary

Stone 8: Timmy Schultz 2, Preston Buck 2, Jackson Hughes 2, Cooper Wyatt 2, Jared Houston 0, Corbin Goad 0.

Homestead 44: Jeremiah Baird 4, Brett Newcome 2, Ashton Doris 4, Zach Denton 0, Maxon Cox 6, Seth Sherrill 3, Dylan Cole 2, Kyle Spieles 2, Adam Swenson 0, Cole McCllelan 0, Chase Welch 4, Thomas Arnold 4.

Brown at South

South 54, Brown 31: Josh Dykes and Silas Clark tossed in 13 and 12 points, respectively, to lead the Rebels over the Bears in the highest scoring boys game of the opening night of action.

Nate Hargis led Brown with 11 markers.

Scoring summary

Brown (31): Nate Hargis 11, Riley Phillips 2, Jake Lewis 4, Zack Brooks 6, Xavier Findley 3, Zack DeMars 2, Colin Howard-Brown 3, Kevin Woody 0, Billy Drainas 0, Nick Drainas 0, Anthony Reagan 0.

South (54): Lee Hale 5, Silas Clark 12, Josh Dykes 13, Hayden Woody 2, Jacob Kerley 1, Hogan Herring 5, Zack Street 2, Mason Wyatt 6, Trey Christopher 0, Reese Dykes 0, Brandon Dalton 0, Kaleb McCoy 2, Trevor Parsons 0, Drew Davidson 2, Jack Eldridge 0, Bryce Keyes 4.

No report: Nothing was received from the Brown at South (girls) and North at Crab Orchard games by the 9 a.m. deadline Wednesday.

Schedule

Nov. 12: Stone at North, Homestead at Brown, South at Pleasant Hill, Pine View at Martin. Crab Orchard is idle.

Nov. 19: Pine View at Brown, Martin at Stone, South at Crab Orchard and Homestead at North. Pleasant Hill is idle.

Dec. 2: Homestead at Crab Orchard; Stone at South; Brown at Martin; Pleasant Hill at Pine View. North has an open date.

Dec. 5: Stone at Pleasant Hill, Pine View at Crab Orchard, North at Martin and South at Homestead. Brown is idle.

Dec. 9: North at South, Crab Orchard at Martin, Stone at Pine View and Pleasant HIll at Brown. Homestead is idle.

Dec. 12: Crab Orchard at Brown, Pleasant Hill at North, Homestead at Pine View and Martin at South. Stone is idle.

Dec. 16: Homestead at Martin, Pine View at North, Pleasant Hill at Crab Orchard and Brown at Stone. South has an open date.

Dec. 19: South at Pine View, Pleasant Hill at Homestead, Brown at North and Crab Orchard at Stone. Martin is idle.

(Editor's note: It is the home school's responsibility, win or lose, to report results by 9 a.m. the following day. Please include first and last names of all players, whether they play or not, as there may be players with the same last name on both teams. Results of games played two weeks ago or older will not be accepted.  When faxing copies of the pages from the scorebooks or the provided scoresheets, please be sure all of the names are legible and include first names of all players. Scores and rosters may be faxed to 456-7683 or e-mailed to sports@crossville-chronicle.com.)

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