Crossville Chronicle, Crossville, TN

Area Sports

October 8, 2013

Elementary JV hoop action under way

CROSSVILLE — The Cumberland County elementary junior varsity basketball season opened Monday night with four games — Martin at Pleasant Hill, Brown at South, Stone at Homestead and North at Crab Orchard.

Martin at Pleasant Hill

Pleasant Hill 48, Martin 21: Donny Roby tallied 11 points to lead the Pleasant Hill Hornets to their season-opening win over the Eagles.

T. Miller led Martin with eight points.

Scoring summary

Martin (21): J. Miller 6, T. Miller 8, T. Christopher 2, A. Flories 4,  A. Hawkins 0, I. McGhee 0, B. Owens 1, Z. Miller 0, C. Proffitt 0, J. Bareara 0, E. Foster 0, K. Foster 0, T. McGhee 0, T. Harvel 0.

Pleasant Hill (48): Donny Roby 11, Larry Reed 6, Braxton Singer 8, Camden Smith 4, Blaise Stokes 6, Jacob Grenga 2, Jared Swallows 0, Kendall Clark  0, Justin Hargis 5, Dillon Marsh 0, Kolby Wright 0, Bryson Neely 2, Calvin Wyatt 2, Devin Singer 2, Carson Conatser 0.

Pleasant Hill 17, Martin 12: Saddie Robbins tallied six points to lead the Lady Hornets over the Lady Eagles.

Cindy Rector led Martin with 10 points.

Scoring summary

Martin (12): Mason Gargack 2, Callie Copeland 0, Cindy Rector 10, Caroline Hensley 0, Emma Garrison 0, Maddy Daughtery 0, Alivia Bradley 0, Autumn Justice 0, Sam Gardenas 0.

Pleasant Hill (17): Maddie Carter 1, Maddy Newby 0, Saddie Robbins 6, Alley Abram 0, Kimberly Wooll 4, Erica Pugh 4, Hayden Sims 2, Keilee Marsh 0, Abby Miller 4.

Brown at South

South 48, Brown 13: Zach Street and Mason Wyatt each tallied eight points to lead the Rebels over the Bears.

Kevin Woody led Brown eight points.

Scoring summary

Brown (13): Kevin Woody 8, Demars 4, Brown 1, Reagan 0, Drainas 0, Lowe 0, Akins 0, Eldridge 0, Tollett 0.

South (48): Zach Street 8, Mason Wyatt 8, Davidson 4, Christopher 4, Eldridge 3, Parsons 2, Harvath 3, Dalton 4, Day 6, Keyes 7, Finley 0, Baucum 0.

Stone at Homestead

Homestead 45, Stone 8: Zach Boyd and Riley Day each tallied 10 points to lead the Bulldogs over the Coyotes.

Matthew White led Stone with four points.

Scoring summary

Stone (8): Jordan Pelfrey 0, Brady Brewer 0, Turner Pillow 0, Matt Sweeney 2, Gage Wolfe 0, Dylan Wittenburg 2, Matthew White 4, Carter Pickel 0.

Homestead (45): Zach Boyd 10, Stone Boston 4, Riley Day 10, Hunter Denton 4, Ethan Wilhite 3, Kade McClellan 2, Cameron McDaniel 6, Nathan Wyatt 2, Weston Potter 0.

No report: Nothing was received from the Brown at South (girls), Stone at Homestead (girls) and North at Crab Orchard games.


Oct. 10

Stone at North

Brown at Homestead

South at Pleasant Hill

Martin at Pine View

Oct. 22

Brown at Pine View

Martin at Stone

South at Crab Orchard

North at  Homestead

Oct. 24

Homestead at Crab Orchard

Stone at South

Martin at Brown

Pine View at Pleasant Hill

Oct. 28

Pleasant Hill at Stone

Crab Orchard at Pine View

Martin at North

Homestead at South

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

(Editor's note: It is the home school's responsibility, win or lose, to report results the morning after each game. Please include first and last names of all players, whether they play or not, as there may be players with the same last name. Scores may be faxed to  456-7683 or e-mailed to


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