Bluefield Daily Telegraph, Bluefield, WV

December 8, 2012

Prep basketball roundup: Bland boys, Summers girls get wins

Staff reports
Bluefield Daily Telegraph

SALTVILLE, Va. — Chase Hankins scored 32 points and Asher Dillow added 24 to lead Bland County to a 72-61 non-district win over Northwood on Friday night.

Bland County also received 11 points from Darryl Clark.



BLAND COUNTY (72)

Dillow 24, White 3, Clark 11, Ja.Miller 2, Hankins 32, Goins 0, Jo.Miller 0, Pauley 0.

NORTHWOOD (61)

Robbins 13, Prater 14, Call 4, Cardwell 9, Havens 4, Jones 0, Surber 4, Williams 10, Nunley 5.

Bland County........21  18  13  20  —  72

Northwood............15 11  18  18 —  61

3-point goals - Bland 4 (Dillow 2, White, Clark), Northwood 4 (Robbins 4). JV game - Bland won



Pipestem Christian 65, Teays Valley 55

PIPESTEM — The Panthers of Pipestem Christian Academy improved to 5-0 Friday, jumping to a 42-22 lead and holding on for a 10-point win.

Austin Peyton tallied 26 points and Aleks Lane had 24 points and 14 rebounds for PCA.

Teays Valley (1-1) sank six three-pointers, with three coming from scoring leader Ben Parsons, who had 18 points. Zack Moore had 16 and Elias Beacom added 10.

Pipestem Christian travels to Huntington today to play Grace Christian.



At Pipestem Christian Academy

TEAYS VALLEY (1-1)

Sam Monteball 5, Elias Beacom 10, Ben Parsons 18, Zack Moore 16, Justin Wojeiescac 4, Luke Mace 2.

PIPESTEM CHRISTIAN (5-0)

Austin Peyton 26, Zayne Worley 6, Aleks Lane 24, Ethan Lane 5, Hunter Allen 2, Trevor Shorter 2.

Teays Valley...................12   10   18   15  —  55

Pipestem Christian..........21   20     9   15  —  65

3-point goals — TV 6 (Monteball 1, Beacom 2, Parsons 3); PCA 2 (Peyton 2).



Girls Basketball

Summers Co. 61, James Monroe 47

HINTON — Tyra Wynes scored 18 points and Avery Pivont added 12 points and 10 rebounds, leading Summers County to a 61-47 win Friday night over James Monroe.

Brandy Morrison added 11 points and 14 rebounds for the Bobcats, which outscored the Mavericks 33-16 in the second half. Hayley Shrewsbury added 10 points in the win.

James Monroe was paced by Emily McKinney with 11 points and 12 boards, while Kelsie Mann contributed nine points and 11 rebounds. Jordan Page added seven points, seven boards and five assists.

James Monroe (0-2) plays at Giles on Tuesday.



At James Monroe High School

SUMMERS COUNTY (2-0)

Shrewsbury 10, Pivont 12, Taylor 4, Smith 2, Wynes 18, Holley 2, Morrison 11.

JAMES MONROE (0-2)

Carter Shiflet 7, Emily McKinney 11, Jordan Page 7, Kelsie Mann 9, Laine Shiflet 2, Loren Throckmorton 4, Kelsie Gillespie 1, Kayla Via 6.

Summers County.........13   12   16   17  —  61

James Monroe............8   23     5   11  —  47

3-point goals — SC 3 (Pivont 2, Wynes 1); JM 2 (McKinney 2).

Tug Valley 42, River View 33

BRADSHAW — After single-digit scoring by both teams in the first half on Friday, Tug Valley tossed in 18 in the third quarter and stayed unbeaten at River View.

Waldron 13 rebounds and five steals. Kennedy had eight rebounds. Johnson had five rebounds and three steals.

Tug (2-0) River View (0-3) plays again at Mount View on Tuesday.

Tug Valley won the JV game 18-11.



At Bradshaw

TUG VALLEY (2-0)

Amber Linville 11, Whitney Evans-Kirk 5, Hannah Armstrong 13, Cassie Griffin 2, Andrea Vance 3, Emily Baisden 4, Katie Robertson 4.

RIVER VIEW (0-3)

Brittany Coeburn 1, Chelsey Dobbs 2, Kiersten Dority 12, Ellamae Johnson 4, Raven Kennedy 4, Phyllis Waldron 10.

Tug Valley..............................6   5   18  11  —  42

River View.............................8   7     9    9  —  33

3-point goals — none.



Montcalm 36, Greater Beckley Christian 30

BECKLEY — The Lady Generals picked up their first victory of the season Friday, coming back from a 16-4 deficit after the first quarter to hold their hosts to six points or less in each of the other periods.

Greater Beckley Christian clung to a 22-21 lead at halftime but Montcalm outscored them 3-2 in the third stanza to tie the game going into the final quarter.

Montcalm’s Miranda Kendrick led all scorers with 16 points and added seven steals. Leslie Kelley provided 14 points, 12 boards and eight steals, close to a triple-double.

Kayla Hill had nine points to lead Greater Beckley Christian in scoring.

The Lady Generals (1-2) host Fayetteville on Tuesday night.



At Beckley

MONTCALM (1-2)

Miranda Kendrick 16, Autumn Bouldin 5, Leslie Kelley 14, Megan Coeburn 1.

GREATER BECKLEY CHRISTIAN

Kiki Peterson 3  Kayla Hill 9, Jana Leham 1, Allie Warden 8, Beka Graham 6, Liz Graham 3.

Montcalm................................4   17   3   12   36

Greater Beckley....................16    6    2    6   30



Thursday night

Westside 74, PikeView 34

CLEAR FORK — The PikeView Panthers stayed close through the opening quarter on Thursday night, but could not match a powerful Renegades team, which pulled out to a 39-19 halftime margin on their home court.

Hope Nester led the Panthers (1-1) with 12 points. Laura Hill had five steals for PikeView; White and Savannah Runion had four rebounds each.

Morgan Spolarich and Faith Davis both scored 13 points for Westside (2-0).

PikeView’s next game is Dec. 14 in the Tolsia Christmas Tournament against Spring Valley at 6 p.m.



At Westside High School

PIKEVIEW (1-1)

Hope Nester 12, Madison May 7, Lauren Hatfield 1, Crysta Meekins 2, Alexis May 4, Lindsay Hatfield 4, Courtney White 2, Katelyn Odle 2.

WESTSIDE (2-0)

Morgan Spolarich 13, Hope Lester 16, Danielle Brown 7, Faith Davis 13, Morgan Endicott 6, Kristin Hash 12, Hope Davis 4, Lakyn Walker 3.

PikeView.........................13     6     5   10  —  34

Westside........................19   20   14   21  —  74

3-point goals — PV 2 (May 1, Hatfield 1); WHS 5 (Spolarich 1, Lester 1, Davis 1, Brown 2).