Bluefield Daily Telegraph, Bluefield, WV

January 20, 2013

Compton’s double-double leads Richlands

Staff reports
Bluefield Daily Telegraph

RICHLANDS, Va. — Sarah Compton scored 10 points and pulled down 11 rebounds, and the Richlands Lady Blues defeated Honaker 62-51 on Saturday at Richlands Middle School.

Richlands placed four players in double figures, including Brittany Allen (22), Cassidy Richardson (12) and MaKenley Davis (11). Rachel Alley scored eight points and added 10 boards.

Brooke Wolford connected for four 3s to finish with 15 for Honaker, while Madison Miller tossed in 10.

Richlands (10-2) returns to Southwest District play on Tuesday at Marion.



HONAKER (51)

Musick 7, Brooke Wolford 15, Brown 2, Madison Miller 10, Robinette 5, Elswick 4, Shelton 7, Hess 2.

RICHLANDS (62)

MaKenley Davis 11, Cassidy Richardson 12, Brittany Allen 22, Sarah Compton 10, Rachel Alley 8.

Honaker......................................................9  16  14  12  —  51

Richlands...................................................7  23  15  17  —  62

3-point goals: HK 6 (Wilford 4, Miller 2); RL 3 (Allen 2, Davis 1). JV—Richlands won.  



Princeton 80,

Ripley 37

PRINCETON — McKenzie Akers scored 18 points and dished out eight assists, leading the Tigerettes past the Vikings.

Khadija Payne added 16 points for Princeton and Marissa Mullins tossed in 14. The Tigerettes were 10 for 17 from 3-point range, led by four from Akers, and two each from Mullins, Hannah Preservati and Jessica Inman.

Payne led Princeton (10-2) with eight rebounds.

Chelsey Hager was the lone Ripley player in double figures, finishing with 14 points.



at Princeton Senior High School

RIPLEY (37)

Kensey Burgdorf 5, Jillian Mullins 5, Kelli Poling 5 , Ali Cunningham 2, Savannah Williams 2, Kaitlyn Thomas  , Kacie Whitney 2 Chelsey Hager 14, Sarah Williams 2.

PRINCETON (80)

Jessica Inman 6, McKenzie Akers 18, Maranda Wimmer 6, Ashley Culicerto 4, Marissa Mullins 14, Khadija Payne 16, Hannah Preservati 8, Stephanie Lambert 2, Rachel Surface 6.

Ripley....................................6  4  14  13  —  37

Princeton...........................26  14  20  20  —  80

3-point goals: RP 1 (J.Mullins 1); PR 10 (Akers 4, Preservati 2, M.Mullins 2, Inman 2). JV—Princeton 58 (Danielle Hall 15, Brandy Snow 11); Ripley 22 (3 players with 6 each).



 Hannan 35, Montcalm 34

HANNAN—Anna Taylor scored 16 points to lead Hannan past the Generals.

Miranda Kendrick led Montcalm with 15 points and Leslie Kelley added 11.

Montcalm will visit Mercer Christian on Tuesday.



MONTCALM (34)

Alexis Mabe 3, Miranda Kendrick 15, Leslie Kelley 11, Hannah Johnson 4.

HANNON (35)

Clairra Crank 9, Heather Ellis 1, Dalaina McLoughan 6, Anna Taylor 16, Ashley Flora 2, Jasmine Mayes 2.

Montcalm..................................3  6  18  7  —  34

Hannan....................................6  11  14  4  —  35



Summers County 50, Scott 49

HINTON — Shelby Smith’s layup at the buzzer lifted the Summers County Bobcats to a 50-49 win over the Scott Skyhaws in a matchup of highly ranked  West Virginia Class AA teams.

Brandy Morrison led the Lady Bobcats with 20 points while Jamie Dotson led Scott with 22.



At Summers County High School

SCOTT (49)

Green 2, Jamie Dotson 22, Whitman 8, Conway 2, McKinney 4, Ellis 2, Blankenship 1, Rankin 8.

SUMMERS COUNTY (50)

Pivont 8, Taylor 7, Wynes 6, Brandy Morrison 20, Bonds 2, Smith 7

Scott....................................12  8   12  17  —  49

Summers County.................7   7   20  16  —  50

3-point baskets: S - Dotson, SC - None



Boys

Honaker 60, Richlands 39

RICHLANDS, Va. — Payton Ball fired in 20 and Tanner Robinette 14 to lead the Honaker Tigers (13-2) to a non-district victory over the Richlands Blue Tornado.

Zach Johnson led the Blues (2-9) with 10 points.

Richlands plays next on Tuesday at Marion in Southwest District action.

Honaker hosts Grundy in a Black Diamond District game also on Tuesday.



At Richlands Middle School

HONAKER (60)

Hale 2, Dye 9, Ray 3, Hall 2, Lester 4, Harman 6, Payton Ball 20, Tanner Robinette 14.

RICHLANDS (39)

Moir 2, Call 2, Sahyouni 5, Anderson 4, Brown 4, Zach Johnson 10, Meadows 3, Hunsaker 9

Honaker..............................23  16  19  2   —  60

Richlands...........................10  11  4   14  —  39

3-point baskets: H - Ray, R - Hunsaker



Pike Central 78, River View 49

WILLIAMSON — Tyke Burnette scored 19 points and Ethan Blackburn added 14, leading Pike Central, Ky., to a rout of the Raiders at the Hatfield-McCoy Shootout

River View, which had won two straight games, was paced by Zach Morgan with 16 points, while Tyree Baker added 12 and Tony Clevinger tossed in 10.

River View will visit Man on Tuesday.



PIKE CENTRAL (9-7)

Tyke Burnette 19, Brad Elkins 1, Braxton Tibbs 8, Teddy Smith 4, Ethan Blackburn 14, Alex Holbrook 4, Gage Ray 8, Blake Clark 13, Mack Justice 1, Andrew Fields 2, Chris Wesley 2, Jesse McKiddey 2.

RIVER VIEW (2-10)

Tony Clevinger 10, Tyree Baker 12, Dakota Collins 2, Zach Morgan 16, Jimmy Baker 3, Jordan Wilson 4, Todd Coeburn 2.

Pike Central......................19  24  22  13  —  78

River  View.........................10  16  13  10  —  49

3-point goals: PC 5 (Burnette 3, Clark 2); RV 4 (Clevinger 2, Morgan 1, J.Baker 1).



Webster County 68, PikeView 54  

WEBSTER SPRINGS — All-state performer Brett Morris scored 20 points to lead the Highlanders past the Panthers.

PikeView (4-8) was paced by Zach Meadows with 15 points and seven rebounds, while Jason Weitzel scored 11 and Logan McKinney added 10. Seth Wood contributed seven points and seven boards.

Webster County (9-1), a state tournament participant last season, also received 17 points from Hunter Gibbens.

PikeView will host Bluefield on Tuesday.



PIKEVIEW (4-8)

Seth Wood 7, Bradley Flinchum 2, Austin Cordell 3, Jason Weitzel 11, Tanner Farley 6, Zach Meadows 15, Logan McKinney 10.

WEBSTER COUNTY (9-1)

Guy Cowger 8, Robbie Cogar 3, Dalton Davis 6, Hunter Williams 5, Brett Morris 20, Hunter Gibbens 17, Logan Taylor 5, Steven Cogar 4.

PikeView............................13  12  12  17  —  54

Webster County.................16  14  21  17  —  68

3-point goals: PV 2 (Weitzel 1, Meadows 1); WC 3 (Morris 1, Gibbens 1, Williams 1). JV—WC 59-45.  





Summers County 70, Meadow Bridge 56

HINTON — Ta’Ron Ayers scored 30 points, connecting on four of the Bobcats’ nine 3s, in a catfight against the Wildcats.

T.J. Smith added 22 points for Summers County, which has been led by Ayers, who is averaging around 27 points a game.

Meadow Bridge placed four players in double figures, including Logan Pomeroy (17), Cole Porter (16), Caleb Farr (12) and Cody White (10).

Summers County (8-4) visits Greenbrier West on Wednesday.



MEADOW BRIDGE (56)

Cody White 10, Cole Porter 16, Logan Pomeroy 17, Caleb Farr 12, Berry 1.

SUMMERS COUNTY (70)

Brown 6, Ryan 3, Garten 3, Ta’Ron Ayers 30, Graham 4, T.J. Smith 22, Carr 2.

Meadow Bridge....................9  22  11  14  —  56

Summers County................20  17  13  20  —  70

3-point goals: MB 4 (Porter 2, Pomeroy 2); SC 9 (Ayers 4, Smith 1, Ryan 1, Garten 1). JV—SC won.





Pipestem 79,

Calvary Baptist 53

PIPESTEM — Austin Peyton fired in 27 points to help lead Pipestem Christian to victory over Calvary Baptist of Hurricane.

Aleks Lane added 11 and Zayne Worley 10 for Pipestem Christian (12-1), who return to the court Wednesday in the Bob Jones University Invitational in Greeneville, S.C. against Inverness Christian from Florida.

Trent Spears led Calvary Baptist with a game-high 29.



At Pipestem

CALVARY BAPTIST (53)

Jace Heller 10, Trent Spears 29, Rhodes 4, Smmons 5, James 5

PIPESTEM CHRISTIAN (79)

Shrewsbury 2, Steele 4, Austin Peyton 27, Boothe 7, Zayne Worley 10, Aleks Lane 11, Hubbard 3, Lane 2, Allen 9, Shorter 4

Calvary Baptist................10  18  9   16  —  53

Pipestem Christian...........10  9  31  29  —  79

3-point baskets: CB 5 (Spears 3, Sammons, James). PC 10 (Steele, Peyton 3, Boothe, Worley, Hubbard, Allen 3.