Bluefield Daily Telegraph, Bluefield, WV

January 8, 2013

Eagles top PikeView; Green Wave swamps Rockets

Staff reports
Bluefield Daily Telegraph

GARDNER — The Flying Eagles of Woodrow Wilson flew into the PikeView High School gym on Monday and left with a 44-32 win over their hosts, the Lady Panthers.

Hope Nester topped PikeView’s scoring chart with 11 points. Lyndsay Hatfield had nine points and nine rebounds and Courtney White added six points and six boards for PikeView (3-5).

Sarah Akers led Woodrow Wilson with 13 points and Summer Butler added 10.

PikeView won the JV game 39-29 behind 16 points from Hailee Fralin.

PikeView (3-5) hosts Bluefield on Friday.



At Gardner

WOODROW WILSON

Sarah Akers 13, Kabite Francois 8, Joshe Payne 2, Bre Thompson 4, Bre Staunton 4, Summer Butler 10, Rebekah Cook 1, Paige Lewis 2.

PIKEVIEW

Laura Hill 2, Hope Nester 11, Madison May 2, Lyndsay Hatfield 9, Courtney White 6, Alexis May 2.

Woodrow Wilson........11   11   15   7  —  44

PikeView......................4    9    10   9  —  32

Three-point goals — WW 1 (Francois); PV 1 (Hatfield).

*****

MCA 54, Mountain View 30

OAK HILL — Jamie Brown scored 33 points and had 10 steals, two assists and five rebounds in a big road win for Mercer Christian Academy (6-4). London Taylor added nine points, three steals and four rebounds.

Sammi Goings had 10 rebounds and a steal for MCA. Brooke Bradford grabbed 12 rebounds, and Hope Lowe, Leah Billings and Shae Mullins had three rebounds apiece.

Kaitlyn Stover had 10 points to pace Mountain View.

The Lady Cavs play Saturday at Day Spring Christian in Blacksburg.



At Oak Hill

MERCER CHRISTIAN (6-4)

Jamie Brown 33, London Taylor 9, Hope Lowe 2, Sammi Goings 4, Brooke Bradford 4, Shae Mullins 2.

MOUNTAIN VIEW

Lydia Pennington 2, Hanna Vickers 8, Kaitlyn Stover 10, Zoe Trevast 1, Kaelea Smith 9.

Mercer Christian.....13    15    12    14  —  54  

Mountain View........11       4      6       8  —  30

Three-point goals — MCA (Brown 1, Taylor 1); MV (Stover 2).

*****

Wyoming East 39, River View 34

NEW RICHMOND — River View again held its opponent to fewer than 40 points, but could not get the offense going.

Wyoming East held the Lady Raiders to three points in the third period and held on in the final quarter. Bre Pertee was the Warriors’ top scorer with 14 points.

Kiersten Dority led River View with 14 points, nailing three treys. Chelsey Dobbs contributed seven points, 15 rebounds, six blocks and seven assists. Phyllis Waldron had 10 rebounds, while both Akasa Benton and Raven Kennedy secured five rebounds.

River View travels to Tug Valley on Saturday to play in the John Preece Classic.



At New Richmond

RIVER VIEW

Chelsey Dobbs 7, Kiersten Dority 14, Rebeckah Christian 2, Raven Kennedy 2, Phyllis Waldron 3, Akasa Benton 6.

WYOMING EAST

Chelsea Duncan 4, Chiana Jewell 5, Bre Pertee 14, Taleah Bailey 2, Hannah Ford 2, Haley Lowman 12.

River View...............9     7    3   15  —  34

Wyoming East.........9   10   11    9  —  39

Three-point goals — RV 3 (Dority 3); WE 2 (Lowman 2).

*****

Boys basketball

Narrows 67, Craig County 35

NARROWS, Va. — Chandler Burton racked up 24 points and 10 rebounds and the Narrows Green Wave grounded the Craig County Rockets 67-35 on Monday, jumping out to a 22-5 lead after the first quarter and cruising to their sixth win.

Burton connected on four of Narrows’ six three-point goals. Gavin Givens added 15 points and eight rebounds for Narrows (6-5), and Rodney Perdue chipped in 11 points. Reserve players were in for much of the second half for the Green Wave.

The top scorer for Craig County was Brandon Fisher with nine points.

Narrows plays tonight at Graham.



At Narrows High School

CRAIG COUNTY

Ouelette 2, Taliaterro 7, Towers 6, Bryant 4, Edwards 7, Fisher 9.

NARROWS

Gavin Givens 15, Rodney Perdue 11, Dent 2, Patteson 2, Chandler Burton 24, Evans 7, Reed 1, Lively 2, Oney 3.

Craig County......................5     3     7   20  —  35

Narrows............................22    17   21   7  —  67

Three-point goals — NHS 6 (Burton 4, Perdue 1, Givens 1); CC none. JV — Narrows won.

*****

MCA 58, Rainelle Christian 41

RAINELLE — J.J. Easter popped in 24 points and Chandler Scott had 12 to pace the Cavaliers on Monday in Greenbrier County. MCA (8-3) took a 30-12 halftime lead. Cody Kincaid topped Rainelle’s scoring with 23.

Mercer Christian is at home tonight to play Ballard Christian from Monroe County.



At Rainelle

MERCER CHRISTIAN ACADEMY (8-3)

Caleb Janning 1, J.J. Easter 24, Chandler Scott 12, Kenny Shrewsberry 6, Samuel Stephens 2, Tyler Graham 2, David Graham 4, Luke Maranto 1, Jacob Dove 6.

RAINELLE CHRISTIAN ACADEMY

Cody Kincaid 23, Tyler Moore 6, Jody Van Reenen 12.

Mercer Christian..............19   11   13   19  —  58

Rainelle Christian..............5     7   13   16  —  41

Three-point goals — MCA 3 (Easter 1, Scott 2); RCA 6 (Kincaid 2, Van Reenen 4).