Bluefield Daily Telegraph, Bluefield, WV

January 23, 2013

Haysi shoots past Richlands, wins ninth in row; Generals fall to Patriots

Staff reports
Bluefield Daily Telegraph

RICHLANDS, Va. — Peyton O’Quinn scored 20 points to lead four Haysi players in double figures to lead the Tigers to their ninth straight win, a 75-51 decision at Richlands.

Hunter Sutherland (17), Tyler Tipton (16) and Drake Howell (15) also stroked the twine for Haysi (12-4).

Richlands, which has played a difficult schedule full of teams with winning records, was paced by Ben Brown with 14 points and 10 from Zach Johnson.

Richlands (2-11) will host Abingdon on Friday.



HAYSI (12-4)

Hunter Sutherland 17, Tyler Tipton 16, Peyton O’Quinn 20, Jalen Sykes 1, Zach Owens 5, Drake Howell 15, Gage Hill 1.

RICHLANDS (2-11)

Kyle Call 2, Trent Davis 7, Mark Sayhouni 5, J.T. Anderson 4, Ben Brown 14, Zach Johnson 10, Evan Meadows 2, Gabe Hunsaker 7.

Haysi................................................23  17  23  12  —  75

Richlands.........................................12  12  20  7  —  51

3-point goals: HY 8 (Tipton 4, Sutherland 2, Howell 1, O’Quinn 1); RL 4 (Davis 2, Brown 2). JV—Richlands won.



Independence 71, Montcalm 54

MONTCALM — Michael Blackwell scored 17, Matt Pennington 14 and Jacob Howard 12, but the Montcalm Generals were ambused by the Independence Patriots, Wednesday night at MHS.

Shane Greco led Indepedence with 15.

The Generals, now 3-8, return to the court tonight at Greater Beckley Christian.



At Montcalm

INDEPENDENCE (71)

Drew D’Angelo 13, Tucker 1, Hill 2, Tyler McKinney 11, Sargent 9, Powell 4, Reed 6, Tolliver 2, Shane Greco 15, Collins 7, Ray 1.

MONTCALM (54)

Michael Blackwell 17, Agee 1, Brodesser 6, Duncan 2, Matt Pennington 14, Hamblin 2, Jacob Howard 12

Independence.................................14  14  15  28  —  71

Montcalm.........................................11  11  14  18  —  54

3-point baskets: I - 6 (D’Angelo, McKinney 3, Reed 2), M - 6 (Blackwell 5, Pennington)



Pipestem Christian 75, Inverness Christian 36

GREENEVILLE, S.C. — Pipestem Christian picked up a victory in the 41st annual Bob Jones University Invitational Tournament, Wednesday.

Aleks Lane topped the Pipestem scoring column with 21 points and Austin Peyton added 13.

The Eagles return to the court today in semifinal action against Parsippany (N.J.) Christian.



At Bob Jones University

INVERNESS CHRISTIAN (35)

Tyler Earnest 12, Chris Mousel 16, Elijah Corcoran 2, Matthew Beebe 4, Marl Cleverage 2.

PIPESTEM CHRISTIAN (75)

Shrewsbury 4, Steele 6, Austin Peyton 13, Boothe 7, Worley 7, Aleks Lane 21, E. Lane 4, Allen 6, Shorter 7.



Girls

Princeton 68,      Riverside 47

QUINCY — The Princeton Tigerettes improved to 12-2 on the season with a Mountain State Athletic Conference win Wednesday night over the Riverside Warriors.

McKenzie Akers paced the Tigerettess with 30 points including 14-of-15 from the free throw line and two three point baskets. Ashley Culicerto dropped in 11 for Princeton.

Princeton also won the JV game 59-20 behind 14 points from Kaleigh Barker and 11 by Brittany Moore.



At Riverside High School

PRINCETON (68)

McKenzie Akers 30, Wimmer 2, Ashley Culicerto 11, Mullins 5, Payne 1, Preservati 7, Lambert 6, Surface 6.

RIVERSIDE (47)

Clayborn 5, Daw 2, Knapp3, Bishop 3, Wood 26, Burger 6, Smith 2.

Princeton.........................................19  15  17  17  —  68

Riverside...........................................11  11  11  14  —  47

3-point baskets: P - 5 (Akers 2, Culicerto, Mullins, Preservati), R - Bishop



Glenvar 64, Giles 31

PEARISBURG, Va. — Maggie Wilborne scored 23 points and Haley Green added 11 to lead the Highlanders past the Spartans in a Three Rivers District game.

Giles was led by Marinna Dowdy and Karli Beechler with nine points each. The Spartans will host Radford on Friday.



GLENVAR (64)

Lauren Field 11, O.C. Ward 4, Haley Parrish 2, Logan Bixby 7, Maggie Wilborne 23, Malena Mitchell 2, Haley Green 15.  

GILES (31)

Marinna Dowdy 9, Leslie Meadows 4, Tanisha Flinchum 3, Karli Beechler 9, Kelsey Mosley 1, Amber Bradley 5.

Glenvar.............................................10  25  17  12 —  63

Giles...................................................0  11   12  8  — 31

3-point goals: GL 6 (Wilborne 4, Field 2); GL 3 (Beechler 2, Bradley 1). JV—Giles won.