Crossville Chronicle, Crossville, TN

Area Sports

October 23, 2012

JV basketball action resumes

CROSSVILLE — The North Cumberland Elementary junior varsity basketball teams will be hosting a "pink-out" game Oct. 25 versus Brown. The teams are asking fans to join them in wearing pink in recognition of breast cancer awareness month. The game begins at 6 p.m.

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The junior varsity action resumed Monday night with four double-headers — South at North, Martin at Homestead, Crab Orchard at Brown and Stone at Pleasant Hill.

Oct. 22 scores

South at North

South 41, North 40: Reese Dykes tallied 13 points, while Zach Street and Hogan Herring added 10 points each to lead the Rebel junior varsity over North 41-40.

Jacob Brown, Justin Headrick and Conner Barnwell tallied 13, 12 and 11 points, respectively, for North.

Scoring summary

South (41): Davidson 6, Street 10, Herring 10, Dykes 13, Wyatt 2, Reed.

North (40): Magnusson 2, Barnwell 11, VanWinkle 2, Brown 13, Headrick 12, Norris.

South 41, North 28: Gracee Dishman, Kiara Wilson and Addy Wilson tallied 17, 14 and 10 points, respectively, to lead the Lady Rebels over the Lady Patriots.

Emma Capps led North with 13 points.

Scoring summary

South (41): A. Wilson 10, K. Wilson 14, Woody, Hedgecoth, Dishman 17.

North (28): Stover 7, Lewis 4, Coudriet, Selby 4, Capps 13, Tabor.

Martin at Homestead

Homestead 47, Martin 13: Brett Newcome tickled the twine for 21 points to lead Homestead to a 47-13 win over Martin.

Marshall Thomas led Martin with six points.

Scoring summary

Martin (13): Tucker Christopher, Andre Flores, Trystan Miller, James Miller, Angel Marquez, Ben Patton, Marshall Thomas 6, Kobe Tollett 5, Jesse Willenburg 2.

Homestead (47): Brett Newcome 21, Connor Lowe 4, Mason Cox 7, Zach Boyd 5, Cole McClellan, Kyle Spieles 4, David Miller 2, Jake Finley 4, Steven Wilhite, Stone Boston, Hunter Demars, Lane Ritzko, Thomas Vanvorhes, Riley Day, Thomas Arnold.

Results from the other games were not available at press time Tuesday morning.

Oct. 25 games are Brown at North, South at Homestead, Stone at Martin and Pleasant Hill at Crab Orchard.

(Editor's note: Junior varsity coaches are reminded to include first and last names of players when they turn in scores, 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.)

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