Bluefield Daily Telegraph, Bluefield, WV

February 6, 2013

Akers’ 30 leads Tigerettes past Bobcats

Staff reports
Bluefield Daily Telegraph

HINTON — Marshall signee McKenzie Akers scored a game-high 30 points as Class AAA No. 5 Princeton (14-3) rallied past Class AA No. 6 Summers County on Tuesday night.

Princeton (14-3) also received 11 points from Marissa Mullins.  

Summers (11-5) was led by Tyra Wynes with 25. Avery Pivont added 15 for the Bobcats, who were outscored 19-8 in the fourth quarter.

Summers hosts Greenbrier West today at 7 p.m. Princeton will visit George Washington on Thursday.



PRINCETON (14-3)

Jessica Inman 0 1-3 3, McKenzie Akers 11 8-13 30, Marissa Mullins 4 2-4 11, Khadija Payne 3 1-1 7, Hannah Preservati 2 0-0 4, Stephanie Lambert 0 2-2 2, Rachel Surface 2 0-0 4. Totals: 22 14-23 59.

SUMMERS COUNTY (11-5)

Hayley Shrewsbury 0 0-1 0, Avery Pivont 5 3-4 15, Abby Taylor 0 2-6 2, Brenna Davis 1 0-0 2, Emily Smith 2 0-0 4, Tyra Wynes 8 9-10 25, Brittany Bonds 1 0-0 2, Shelby Smith 2 1-4 5. Totals: 19 15-25 55.

Princeton...................................16 15 9 19 — 59

Summers County.......................11 18 18 8 — 55

3-point goals — P: 1 (Mullins); SC: 2 (Pivont). Fouled out — SC: Shrewsbury.



PikeView 60,

James Monroe 53

LINDSIDE — Lyndsey Hatfield canned three 3s and finished with 17 points and Hope Nester added 11 as the Panthers held off the charging Mavericks.

Jordan Page scored 17 of her 27 points in the fourth quarter to lead a rally that fell short. Kelsie Mann added 10 points.

James Monroe will host Wyoming East on Friday, while the Panthers visit Wyoming East tonight.



PIKEVIEW (8-8)

Laura Hill 5, Bethany Bryant 2, Hope Nester 11, Madison May 8, Lauryn Hatfield 4, Alexis May 4, Lyndsey Hatfield 17, Courtney White 9.

JAMES MONROE (9-7)

Carter Shiflet 2, Jordan Page 27, Kelsie Mann 10, Whitney Ogle 4, Lane Shiflet 6, Kayla Via 4.

PikeView............................13  16  17  14  —  60

James Monroe..................12  12  5  24  —  53

3-point goals: PV 4 (Ly.Hatfield 3, M.May 1); JM 4 (Page 4). JV—JM 32-31.





Abingdon 57, Tazewell 49

ABINGDON, Va. — Taylor Blevins scored 27 points to lead Abingdon to a Southwest District win over Tazewell.

Tazewell (12-9, 4-3), which will visit Richlands on Friday, was paced by Taylor Catron with 15 points, four rebounds and four steals. Whitney Saunders added 11 and Haley Christian had nine.

Abingdon also received eight points from Aubrey Billips.



TAZEWELL (49)

Taylor Catron 15, Whitney Saunders 11, Haley Christian 9, Essence Brown 5, Alley Lee 4, Autumn Hash 5.

ABINGDON (57)

Olivia Ball 3, Madison Turner 3, Kelsey Owens 2, Morgan Turner 4, Emily Blevins 3, Taylor Blevins 27, Leanna Toler 6, Amy Hall 1, Aubrey Billips 8.

Tazewell..............................10   9    7  23  —  49

Abingdon...........................11 11  14  21  —  57

3-point goals: TZ 4 (Christian 2, Catron 1, Saunders 1); AB 1 (E.Blevins 1).



Wyoming East 61, River View 47

BRADSHAW — Bre Pertee scored 27 points and Haley Lowman added 11 to lead the Warriors past the Raiders.

Chelsey Dobbs led River View with 17 points, 16 rebounds, five blocks and four assists. Kiersten Dority contributed eight points and five assists, while Akasa Benton tallied 11 points and 10 boards.

River View (3-12) will visit Van tonight.



WYOMING EAST (61)

Kristen Bailey 3, Chelsea Duncan 5, Chiana Jewell 3, Bre Pertee 27, Taleah  Bailey 6, Hannah Ford 6, Haley Lowman 11.

RIVER VIEW (47)

Brittany Coeburn 6, Chelsey Dobbs 17, Kiersten Dority 8, Rebekah Christian 1, Raven Kennedy 2, Phyllis Waldron 2, Akasa Benton 11.

Wyoming East...................19  16  11  15  —  61

River View..........................14  . 9  12  12  —  47

3-point goals: WE 1 (Lowman 1); RV 1 (Dobbs 1). JV—WE 21-10.



Floyd County 91, Giles 18

PEARISBURG, Va. — Christine Phillips and Regan Wiseman canned 12 points each, as the Buffaloes connected for 11 3s in a Three Rivers District blowout of the Spartans.

Floyd County (9-0, 19-2) also received 10 points each from Mariah Kuchenbach and Carley Lytton.

Tanisha Flinchum paced Giles (3-16, 1-6) with five points.

Giles will conclude the regular season by hosting Radford tonight, visiting Eastern Montgomery on Thursday and entertaining Auburn on Friday.



FLOYD COUNTY (91)

Carley Lytton 10, Regan Wiseman 12, Bolt 2, Spangler 8, Boothe 8, Mills 4, Mariah Kuchenbuch 10, Christine Phillips 12, Hollandsworth 6, Hannah Belshan 11, Jones 8.   

GILES (18)

Marinna Dowdy 4, Tanisha Flinchum 5, Karli Beechler 4, Charity Flinchum 2, Amber Bradley 3.

Floyd County...........21  33  22  15  —  91

Giles..........................3   7   6   2  —  18

3-point goals: FC 11 (Belshan 2, Wiseman 2, Spangler 2, Boothe 2, Litton 1, Kuchenbuch 1, Philips 1; GL 1 (T.Flinchum 1); JV—FC won.  





Nicholas County 65, Bluefield 33

SUMMERSVILLE — Shealyn Shafer scored 21 points and grabbed 10 rebounds to lead Class AA No. 3 Nicholas County past Bluefield Tuesday.

Mykenzie Martin added 14 points and Lauren Young scored eight points for the Lady Grizzlies.

Destiny Sims and Dazia Puxley led Bluefield with 10 points apiece.

Nicholas County (15-2) hosts Webster County Friday.



BLUEFIELD (33)

Destiny Sims 3 2-2 10, Dazia Edwards 4 1-2 9, Taryn Auville 1 0-0 2, Courtney Auville 1 0-0 2, Dazia Puxley 4 2-4 10. Totals: 13 5-8 33.

NICHOLAS COUNTY (65)

Lauren Young 3 0-2 8, Mykenzie Martin 4 3-4 14, Makayla Willis 2 0-0 5, Nicole Hamilton 3 1-1 7, Shealyn Shafer 7 7-9 21, Alexis Brown 0 2-2 2, Lindsay Hogan 1 0-0 3, Whitney Robinson 1 0-2 2, Carrie Huffman 0 2-2 2. Totals: 21 15-22 65.

Bluefield...............................8    5   5  15  —  33

Nicholas County.................16  14  14  21  —  65

3-point goals — B: 2 (Sims 2); NC: 7 (Young 2, Martin 3, Willis, Hogan). Fouled out — none.