Crossville Chronicle, Crossville, TN

Area Sports

October 15, 2012

Junior varsity basketball season under way

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

Below are the only scores received by presstime Monday.

North at Martin

North 40, Martin 10: Justin Headrick tallied 18 points to lead the North Patriot junior varsity over Martin.

M. Thomas led Martin with five points.

Scoring summary

North (40): Garrett Magnussen 3, Conner Barnwell 9, Jared VanWinkle 2, Jacob Brown 4, Justin Headrick 18, Ethan Norris 2, Payt Bussey, Zachery Early, Paxton Elmore, Max Cole, Chris Coudriet 2, Cole Bresaw, Harley Conley, Matthew Clanton.

Martin (10): T. Christopher, A. Flores, T. Miller 2, J. MIller, A. Marquez, B. Patton, M. Thomas 5, K. Tollett 3, J. Willenburg.

North 34, Martin 14: Emma Capps led the Lady Patriots with 12 points, and Paige Selby added 10 markers.

Shelby Howard led Martin with eight markers.

Scoring summary

North (34): Reece Stover 4, Skylar Lewis 4, Katie Coudriet 2, Paige Selby 10, Emma Capps 12, Lauren Tabor, Emery Smith, Bailey Hicks, Kelli Carroll, Maci Gernt, Katelyn Tabo, Chloe Reagan 2.

Martin (14): Shelby Howard 8, Jill Moore 5, Maggie McClain, Lea Mijatovic 1, Katelyn Koch, Tiara Clingman, Bailey England, Sakura Finley, Abby Copeland, Aliva Bradley, Carmeron Markham.

South 37, Crab Orchard 9: Zach Street tallied 10 points to lead the Rebels over the Tigers.

Clint Kemmer and Ray had four points for the Tigers.

Crab Orchard (9): C. Kemmer 4, Reed 1, Ray 4, Tuttle, Carrter, DeBord, Lima, Richards, DeHart, Horsley, Phillips.

South (37): Davidson 2, Street 10, Herring 4, Wyatt 3, Dykes 6, McCoy 4, Eldridge 2, Reed 4, Parsons 2, Keyes, Davidson, DeMars, Horvath, Davis, Baucum, Day.

Schedule: No games are scheduled this week due to fall break in Cumberland County.

(Editor's note: Coaches are asked to include first names when reporting the junior varsity scores, since there are players with the same last name. After fall break, scores will not be accepted without first and last names and scores two weeks or more old. To avoid confusion, junior varsity coaches are asked to fax rosters to 456-7683 or e-mail them to sports@crossville-chronicle.com. Home teams are responsible for reporting scores by 8 a.m. the following morning.)

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