Crossville Chronicle, Crossville, TN

Area Sports

October 29, 2013

McCoy leads Rebels JV over Homestead

CROSSVILLE — Kaleb McCoy tallied 12 points to lead the South junior varsity to a 44-9 victory over Homestead Monday night.

Zach Boyd led Homestead with four points.

Scoring summary

Homestead (9): Zach Boyd 4, Stone Boston 3, Cameron McDaniel 2, Westin Potter 0, Nathan Wyatt 0, Nolan Wyatt 0, Cade McLellan 0, Ethan Wilhite 0, Hunter Denton, Riley Day, Mason C.

South (44): Kaleb McCoy 12, Trey Christopher 4, Drew Davidson 4, Zach Street 4, Jack Eldridge 4, Brandon Dalton 3, Nick Harvath 4, Reese Dykes 9.

Pleasant Hill at Stone

Pleasant Hill 26, Stone 18: Justin Hargis tallied seven points to lead Pleasant Hill over Stone.

Jordan Pelfrey led Stone with five points.

Scoring summary

Pleasant Hill (26): Donny Roby 4, Larry Reed 2, Braxton Singer 5, Camden Smith 4, Blaise Stokes 4, Jacob Geranga 0, Jared Swallows 0, Justin Hargis 7, Dillon Marsh 0, Calvin Wyatt 0, Kris Gayheart 0, Carson Conatser 0.

Stone  (18): Jordan Pelfrey 5, Gage Wolfe 2, Matthew White 2, Brady Brewer 0, Carter Pickel 2, Turner Pillow 0, Alex Sixkiller 2, Matt Sweeney 0, Kyle Watson 1, Reece Crockett 0, Dylan Whittenburg 4.

Martin at North

North 43, Martin 4: Katie Coudriet and Lauren Tabor tallied 13 and 12 points, respectively, to lead the Lady Patriots over the Lady Eagles.

Maison Gargac and Cindy Rector each had two points for the Lady Eagles.

Scoring summary

Martin (4): Maison Gargac 2, Cindy Rector 2. The rest of the scoresheet was incomplete.

North (43): Katie Coudriet 13, Lauren Tabor 12, Maci Gernt 0, Bailey Hicks 4, Kaitlyn Tabor 4, Gracie Bowman 2, Kelly Carroll 0, Ann Goss 2, Carlee Ammnonette 2.

North 37, Stone 28: Chris Coudriet led North with 10 points.

J. Miller, A. Flores and A. Hawkins each had six points for the Eagles.

Scoring summary

Martin (28): J. Miller 6, T. Miller 0, T. Christopher 2, A. Flores 6, A. Hawkins 6, I. McGhee 0, B. Owens 2.

North (37): Max Cole 8, Hunter Wattenbarger 8, Anthony Sherrill 0, Wes Stover 2, Chris Coudriet 10, Majer Wattenbarger 4, Zach Thomas 3, Nathan Norris 2.

No report: Nothing was received on the Pleasant Hill at Stone (girls), Crab Orchard at Pine View and Homestead at South (girls) games.


Nov. 4: North at South, Crab Orchard at Martin, Pine View at Stone, Pleasant Hill at Brown

Nov. 7: Brown at Crab Orchard, Pleasant Hill at North, Pine View at Homestead, South at Martin

Nov. 11: Homestead at Martin, North at Pine View, Crab Orchard at Pleasant Hill, Stone at Brown

Nov. 14: Pine View at South, Pleasant Hill at Homestead, North at Brown, Crab Orchard at Stone

Nov. 16, 18 and 21: Junior varsity tournament at Pleasant Hill.

(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. Also, junior varsity rosters are desperately needed. 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


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