Bluefield Daily Telegraph, Bluefield, WV

February 9, 2014

Lady Knights stifle Independence

Staff reports
Bluefield Daily Telegraph

COAL CITY — Keisha Johnson outscored Independence by herself, scoring 15 to 14 for the Patriots, who fell to Mount View 31-14 on Saturday night.

Mount View actually trailed 10-7 at the break, but the Patriots managed just four points in the second half.

Tamia Joyce added eight points for Mount View (10-4), which will host James Monroe on Tuesday. Independence dropped to 3-15.

This is the third straight year that Mount View has won at least 10 games.



at Independence High School

MOUNT VIEW (31)

Joyce 8, Keisha Johnson 15, Robertson 2, Bright 4, N. Johnson 2.

INDEPENDENCE (14)

Lane 2, Jessie Lilly 3, Faith fortner 5, Hall 2, Lilly 2.

Mount View........................4   3   13  11  —  31

Independence....................0   10  2   2   —  14

3-point goals: MV 1 (K. Johnson); I - 1 (Lilly).



Twin Valley 60, Northwood 40

PILGRIM’S KNOB, VA — Kara Goodman scored 22 points and grabbed 10 rebounds to lead Twin Valley over another set of Panthers from Saltville.

Alexis Vance added 16 points and five steals, and Alexis Boyd tossed in 13 for Twin Valley. Katelyn Jackson dished out seven assists.

Northwood was paced by Taylor Broyles with 15.

Twin Valley (13-6) will host Honaker on Monday.



at Twin Valley High School

NORTHWOOD (40)

Puckett 6, Williams 9, Taylor Broyles 15, Spence 4, Doane 6.

TWIN VALLEY (60)

Daniels 1, Alexis Boyd 13, Alexis Vance 16, Jackson 4, Kara Goodman 22, O’Quinn 2 (13 rebs), Meadows 2.

Northwood........................6   8   12  14  —  40

Twin Valley.......................12  21  11  16  —  60

3-point goals: N - 3 (Puckett 2, Broyles); TV - 7 (Vance, Goodman 6).



Woodrow Wilson 58, Princeton 55

BECKLEY — Paige Lewis scored 18 points for Woodrow Wilson, including a jumper and a free throw in the final seconds, and the Flying Eagles outcame a 25-point first quarter by the Tigers to win by three.

Kaleigh Barker had eight of her 19 points in the opening period, and Taylor Hamm had nine of her 11 in the same timeframe.

Aaliyah Williams added 15 points for the Flying Eagles (5-10), while Kaliyah Creasey tossed in 13.



at Woodrow Wilson High School

PRINCETON (1-15)

Danielle Hall 2 0-0 4, Taylor Hamm 3 2-2 11, Anna Sanders 1 0-0 3, Ashley Culicerto 3 0-0 9, Sarah Cole 2 0-0 5, Adriana Mitchem 2 0-0 4, Kaleigh Barker 6 7-9 19. Totals: 19 9-11 55.

WOODROW WILSON (5-10)

Ashley Lane 1 0-0 2, Rebekah Cook 2 0-0 4, Paige Lewis 6 3-4 18, Courtney Maxwell 1 0-0 3, Aaliyah Williams 4 6-7 15, Kaliyah Creasey 3 5-9 13, Brooke Pudder 1 1-2 3. Totals: 18 15-22 58.

Princeton...............................25 8 11 11 — 55

Woodrow Wilson..................11 17 12 18 — 58

3-point goals — P: (Hamm, Saunders, Culicerto 3, Cole); WW: (Lewis 3, Maxwell, Williams, Creasey 2). Fouled out — None.



River View 34,

Van 23

VAN — Freshman Katie Dobbs scored 23 points and also reached double figures in rebounds to lead the Raiders past the Bulldogs.

Van was paced by Destiny Lovejoy with 16 points.

River View travels Monday to Wyoming East.



RIVER VIEW (7-9)

Lindsey Meade 2, Kiersten Dority 2, Rebeckah Christian 5, Paige Cooper 2, Katie Dobbs 23.

VAN (n/r)

Shayla White 2, Destiny Lovejoy 16, Stevie White 2, Bailee Farmer 3.

River View.............................8  8  10  8  —  34

Van........................................6  6  4  7  —  23

3-point goals: RV 1 (Christian 1); VN 1 (Lovejoy 1). JV—RV 6-5 (2 quarters)



Boys

Wyoming East 78, Mount View 27

NEW RICHMOND — Jordan Hayes scored 17 points, and Taron Ayers, Austin Canada and Christian Hedinger each tallied 12 to lead the Warriors to a rout of the Golden Knights.

Mount View (4-10) was paced by Kenneth Brown with eight points.

Wyoming East (11-3) will visit Shady Spring on Tuesday.



MOUNT VIEW (4-10)

Brooks 2, Ko.Brown 3, Hayes 2, Burress 2, Nowlin 3, Kenneth Brown 8, Bryson 1, Bonds 1, Marrs 3, Diggs 2.

WYOMING EAST (11-3)

Dulcie 1, Austin Canada 12, Taron Ayers 12, Folden 5, Morgan 4, Blankenship 5, Hayworth 6, Christian Hedinger 12, Jordan Hayes 17, Carte 2, Lusk 1, Brehm 1.

Mount View.......................2   8    4  13  —  27

Wyoming East................18  27  19  14   —  78

3-point goals: MV 2 (Ko.Brown 1, Nowlin 1); WE 5 (Canada 2, Folden 1, Blankenship 1, Hedinger 1). JV—WE 71-54.



Mountain Mission 90, Richlands 46

RICHLANDS, Va. — Robel Ali canned five 3s and finished with 19 points, leading Mountain Mission to a 57-point second half in a win over the Big Blues.

Luke Phillips and Ben Brown had 10 points each for Richlands (7-13), which will host Haysi on Monday and visit Abingdon on Wednesday.



MOUNTAIN MISSION (90)

J.Usiosefe 15, Walczak 10, Robel Ali 19, Onuh 3, Toure 2, Iwanowicc 6, Migakowiski 2, Relavo 9, Merlo 15, Bender 2, Haile-Mitwiki 6, Nbule 1.  

RICHLANDS (46)

Luke Phillips 10, Grant Herndon 3, Cody Fuller 3, Ethan Ratliff 3, Scottie Ball 4, Ben Brown 10, Zachary Johnson 3, Anthony Austin 3, Landon Lowe 7.

Mountain Mission........................9  24  29  28  —  90

Richlands.....................................12  11  12  11  —  48

3-point goals: MM 13 (Ali 5, Usiosefe 3, Walczak 2, Iwanowicc 2, Merlo 1); RL 5 (Phillips 1, Herndon 1, Fuller 1, Brown 1, Austin 1).



Twin Valley 59, Northwood 58

PILGRIM’S KNOB, Va. — Austin Shortridge made a layup with four seconds left to left the Panthers past the Northwood Panthers.

Brandon McGlothlin paced Twin Valley 26 points, while Shortridge added nine.

Jason Prater led Northwood scorers in double figures with 14.

Twin Valley has three games next week to finish the regular season, beginning with a visit to Hurley on Tuesday.



NORTHWOOD (58)

Brandon Surber 12, Jason Prater 14, Channing Call 4, Eric Doane 4, Jacob Havens 13, Dillon Jones 1, Will Cardwell 10.

TWIN VALLEY (59)

Tanner Wagner 7, Drake Presley 3, Brandon McGlothlin 26, Thomas Burniston 7, Austin Shortridge 9, Steven Mullins 7.

Northwood.................................15   17  5  21  —  58

Twin Valley.................................13   13  15  18  —  59

3-point goals: NW 5 (Prater 3, Surber 2); TV 2 (Presley 1, McGlothlin 1).  JV—TV win.



Mercer Christian 58, New Life Christian 41

PRINCETON — Daniel Boothe scored 22 points and Caleb Janning added 18, leading the Cavaliers past New Lie.

John Brown paced New Life with 19 points.

Mercer Christian, which hosts Montcalm on Monday, improved to 28-4, which is tied for the most single season wins in one season.



NEW LIFE (41)

Sean Chasteen 8, Zach Walker 6, John Brown 19, Andrew Walker 6, Jack Underwood 2.

MERCER CHRISTIAN (58)

Caleb Janning 18, Daniel Boothe 22, Luke Maranto 3, Kenny Shrewsberry 5, Clay Cooper 2, Ryan Shrewsbury 6, Xander Bailey 2.

New Life........................................11  6   14  10  —  41

Mercer Christian.........................24  6   15  13  —  58

3-point goals NL: None; MCA (Janning 3, Boothe, Shrewsbury 2)