Bluefield Daily Telegraph, Bluefield, WV

December 16, 2012

Richlands claims Bristol tourney; Clay Co. tops Summers

Staff reports
Bluefield Daily Telegraph

BRISTOL, Va. — Brittany Allen scored 25 points and earned the Virginia High Tip-Off Tournament most valuable player award, as Richlands defeated Lebanon 64-35 on Saturday night  at the Bearcat Den.

Cassidy Richardson collected 14 points and 11 assists, while MaKenley Davis had three 3s to finish with 10 points. Rachel Alley pulled down 12 rebounds.

Richardson and Davis were chosen to the all-tournament team.

Lebanon was led by Katie Simmons and Elizabeth Johnson with six points each.

Richlands (6-0) will visit Honaker on Monday.



At The Bearcat Den

LEBANON (35)

Katie Simmons 6, Lindsey Stinson 4, Elizabeth Johnson 6, Kelly Arrington 5, Delaney Stone 4, Macey Vencille 2, Madison Compton 4, Hannah Cox 4.  

RICHLANDS (64)

Cassidy Richardson 14, Brittany Allen 25, Montana Hearl 9, MaKenley Davis 10, Rachel Alley 3, Sarah Compton 1, Paxton Casey 2.

Lebanon................................5    9     6  15  —  35

Richlands............................10  18  15  21  —  64

3-point goals: LB 3 (Simmons 2, Arrington 1); RL 7 (Davis 3, Richardson 2, Allen 2).



PikeView 65,

Lincoln County 52

TOLSIA — Lyndsay Hatfield scored 16 points and pulled down 10 rebounds to lead the Panthers over Lincoln County in Saturday’s consolation game of the Tolsia Tournament.

Hope Nester added 14 points and Courtney White tossed in 10 for PikeView.

Lindsey Pritchett paced Lincoln County with 18 points.



At Tolsia

PIKEVIEW (65)

Laura Hill 5, Hope Nester 14, Madison May 9, Lauren Hatfield 5, Crysta Meekins 1, Alexis May 5, Lyndsay Hatfield 16, Courtney White 10.

LINCOLN COUNTY (52)

Taylor Lucas 6, Savanna Thompson 2, Olivia Vean-Aldoe 5, Kaylon Trimble 9, Haley Stanley 4, Laura Williamson 6, Lindsey Pritchett 18, Haley Price 3.

PikeView...............13  27  13  12  —  65   

Lincoln County.....11  14  11  16  — 52

Three-point goals — PV 0; LC 7 (Trimble 3, Williamson 2, Pritchett 1, Stanley 1).



Clay County 73, Summers County 54  

HINTON — Brittany Gould scored 24 points to lead five Clay County scorers in double figures in a Rogers Oil Classic championship game victory over Summers County.

Summers County (3-3) was paced by Brandi Morrison with 18 points and Tara Wynes with 16.

Clay County (6-0), which outscored the Bobcats 38-18 in the second half, also received 11 points from Emily Winn and 10 each from Bethany Young, McKinzee Barker and Katelyn Horrocks.

Pocahontas County claimed the consolation game with a 47-38 win over Webster County.



CLAY COUNTY (6-0)

Payton Lucas 1 0-0 2, Bethany Young 4 2-2 10, Adrea Litton 0 0-0 0, Brittany Gould 8 7-12 24, McKinzee Barker 4 2-4 10, Emily Winn 3 4-4 11, Katelyn Horrocks 5 0-0 10, Katie Dorsey 0 0-0 0. Totals: 24 19-28 73.

SUMMERS COUNTY (3-3)

Haley Shrewsbury 1 0-1 2, Avory Pivont 2 2-2 7, Tara Wynes 8 0-1 16, Brandy Morrison 8 2-2 18, Shelly Smith 2 0-0 4, Abby Taylor 0 0-0 0, Emily Smith 0 0-0 0, Brennah Davis 2 0-0 4, Audrey Holley 0 0-0 0, Kaitlyn Thomas 0 0-0 0, Brittany Bonds 0 3-4 3. Totals: 23 7-10 54.

Clay County.......................21  14  18  20  —  73

Summers County..............14  22    4  14 —  38

3-point goals — CC: 2 (Gould 1, Wynn 1); SC: SC 1 (Povont). Fouled out — Taylor, Wynes.





Friday girls’ game

Spring Valley 87, PikeView 53

TOLSIA — Lyndsay Hatfield scored 22 points and contributed six rebounds, but Spring Valley sprang ahead with strong second and third quarters to defeat the Panthers on day one of the Tolsia Christmas Tournament on Friday night.

With 16 points, Sarah Kelly led four Spring Valley players in double-figure scoring.

PikeView plays Tuesday at Princeton.



At Tolsia

PIKEVIEW

Laura Hill 4, Hope Nester 15, Madison May 2, Lauren Hatfield 2, Crysta Meekins 3, Alexis May 3, Lyndsay Hatfield 22, Savannah Runion 2.

SPRING  VALLEY

Sarah Kelly 16, Cathy Adkins 7, Kayla Blake 6, Kassidy Lemons 12, McKenzie Morris 12, Brooke Heck 9, Erica Butcher 6, Madison Morris 11, Jordan Ratcliff 7, Erica Mathis 1.

PikeView......................17   10   11   15  —  53

Spring Valley...............17    26   36     8  —  87

Three-point goals — PV 7 (Nester 2, Meekins 1, May 1, Hatfield 3); SV 8 (Blake 2, Lemons 4, McK. Morris 1, Heck 1).



Prep Boys

Honaker 61, Richlands 50

HONAKER, Va. — One week after leading Honaker in the Division 1 state  championship football game as the Tigers’ quarterback, Ty Hall led the Tigers on the court, scoring 14 points in the season-opening win over the Blue Tornado.

Payton Hall added 14 points for Honaker, while Hunter Lester added 10.

Ben Brown led Richlands with six 3s and 20 points. Trent Davis tossed in nine points.

Richlands will visit Haysi on Thursday.



RICHLANDS (0-3)

A.J. Johnson 7, Kyle Call 2, Trent Davis 9, Mark Sahyouni 2, J.T. Anderson 2, Ben Brown 20, Zach Johnson 4, Evan Meadows 4.

HONAKER (1-0)

Tyler Hale 6, Casey Dye 9, Blake Ray 8, Ty Hall 14, Hunter Lester 10, Payton Ball 14.

Richlands...............................5  11  23  11 — 50

Honaker................................12  20  10  19  — 61

3-point goals: RL 9 (Brown 6, Davis 2, A.Johnson 1); HK 2 (Hall 1, Hale 1). JV—Richlands won.  



Buffalo 74, River View 35

MADISON — Levi Jordan scored 16 points and Aaron Lewis added 14 to lead Buffalo to a victory over the Raiders in the Coalfield Shootout.

Buffalo (3-0) jumped on River View, taking a 19-7 lead after one quarter and 46-16 at the break.

River View was paced by Tony Clevenger with 11 points.

The Raiders (0-4) will travel to Nicholas County on Dec. 27.



at Madison Civic Center

RIVER VIEW (0-4)

T.Baker 6, Collins 3, DeHaven 7, Wilson 4, Tony Clevenger 11, J.Baker 4.

BUFFALO (3-0)

Robinson 8, Herdman 2, Good 4, Garrison 2, Lewis 14, Jordan 16, Hoshor 3, Rich 9, Harris 10, Fletcher 6

River View..............................7    9    7  12  —  35

Buffalo.................................19   27  16  12 —  74

3-point goals: RV 0; BF 2 (Jordan 1, Lewis 1).

 

Wyoming East 62, Tuscarawas Central Cathoic 59

MADISON — Wyoming East trailed by seven at the end of one period, then caught fire and held on to beat their opponents from Ohio in the Coalfield Shootout at the Madison Civic Center.

Christian Hedinger tallied 13 of his 19 points in the second half to lead all scorers in the game. Josh Tunstalle added 16 for Wyoming East (3-1). TCC was led by Andrew Cugliari with 16 points, 12 of which came from sinking four treys.

The Warriors travel to Summers County on Friday.



At Madison Civic Center

WYOMING EAST (3-1)

Austin Canada 11, Lester 1, Josh Tunstalle 16, Cornett 8, Christian Hedinger 19, Hayes 7.

TUSCARAWAS CENTRAL CATHOLIC

Lawless 2, Ross 8, Herron 6, Andrew Cugliari 16, Michael Teater 14, Alex Millemon 10, J. O’Donnell 3.

Wyoming East.................10   13    21  18  —  62

TCC..................................17     8   10   24  —  59

Three-point goals — WE 5 (Canada 1, Tunstalle 1, Hedinger 3). TCC 7 (Ross 2, Herron 1, Cugliari 4).