Bluefield Daily Telegraph, Bluefield, WV

February 1, 2014

Roundup: PikeView topples Webster County

Summers girls beat Westside

Staff reports
Bluefield Daily Telegraph

WEBSTER SPRINGS — The PikeView Panthers evened their record at 4-4 with a 76-63 win Friday night over the Webster County Highlanders.

Zach Meadows had a double-double as he tingled the twines for 31 points and he pulled down 19 rebounds. Jason Weitzel added 16 for the Panthers and Tanner Farley tallied 12.

Dalton Davis and Stephen Cogar led Webster County with 15 points each and Robbie Cogar tossed in 14.

PikeView hosts Summers County Monday and plays five games next week.



At Webster County

PIKEVIEW (4-4)

Hazelwood 2, Wood 8, S. Meadows 1, Flinchum 6, Tanner Farley 12, Jason Weitzel 16, Zach Meadows 31.

WEBSTER COUNTY (1-8)

Taylor 8, Dalton Davis 15, Robbie Cogar 14, Rose 5, Stephen Cogar 15, Andrews 6.

Pike View...........................7   25  26  18  —  76

Webster County.............17   13  14  19  —  63

3-point goals: PV - 6 (Wood, Farley, Weitzel 2, Z. Meadows 2); WC - 5 (Davis, Cogar 2, S. Cogar, Andrews).

*****

Virginia High 86, Richlands 72

BRISTOL, Va. — The Blue Tornado hung with the Virginia High Bearcats in the first half, but a big third quarter helped the home team take the victory.

Richlands senior Ben Brown was one rebound short of a double-double with 22 points and nine boards.

Both teams sank 10 three-pointers.

Richlands (6-9) plays at Twin Valley tonight, then at Graham on Monday, and Abingdon on Tuesday.



At the Bearcat Den

RICHLANDS

Luke Phillips 13, Grant Herndon 3, Cody Fuller 6, Ethan Ratliff 12, Scotty Ball 5, Ben Brown 22, Zach Johnson 4, Anthony Austin 1, Landon Lowe 6.

VIRGINIA HIGH

Obuekwe 3, Lang 4, Lee 13, Davis 14, Clisby 4, Couch 18, Fudge 15, Walker 15, Whitten 0, Tabor 0. Totals 32 12-15 86.

Richlands....................15   20   18   19  —  72

Virginia High...............15   25   27   19  —  86

3-point goals — RHS 10 (Ratliff 4, Fuller 2, Herndon, Brown 3), VHS 10 (Couch 2, Lee 2, Fudge 2, Davis 4). Total fouls-RHS 15, VHS 16. Fouled out-Walker, Johnson.

*****

Mercer Christian 66, Dayspring 37

BLACKSBURG, Va. — The Mercer Christian Academy Cavaliers improved to 23-4 on the year with a win Friday evening at Dayspring Christian Academy of Blacksburg.

Daniel Boothe led the way for the Cavs with 19 points and Caleb Janning dropped in 17, including five three-point goals in the first half.

MCA led 15-0 after one quarter of play and held Dayspring to eight points in the final paeriod. The Cavaliers host Calvary Christian today.



At Dayspring Christian Academy

MERCER CHRISTIAN (23-4)

Daniel Boothe 19, Caleb Janning 17, Kenny Shrewsberry 8, Chandler Scott 8, Luke Maranto 3, Samuel Stevens 2, Anthony Maranto 2, Xander Bailey 7.

DAYSPRING CHRISTIAN (n/a)

Zane Coble 12, Sean Russell 8, Seth Belcher 8, Shane Patterson 5, Trae Walters 2, William Wood 2.

Mercer Christian..............15  23  16  12  —  66

Dayspring..........................0   12  17  8   —  37

3-point goals: MCA (Janning 5, Boothe 2, Scott 2, Bailey); D -  (Belcher 2, Patterson)

*****

Haysi 59, Hurley 49

HURLEY, Va. — Hunter Sutherland burned the nets for 25 points and Gauge Hill added 13 as the Tigers topped the Rebels after trailing 26-24 at halftime.

Nick Gibson paced Hurley (1-14) with 19 points.



HAYSI

Hunter Sutherland 25, Gauge Hill 13, Ratliff 7, Shreve 4, Howell 9, Hilman 1.

HURLEY

Nick Gibson 19, Billiter 9, Billy Stacy 11, Justice 8, Estep 2.

Haysi...............................11  13  16  19  —  59

Hurley..............................11  15  10  13  —  49

3-point goals — Hay 3 (Sutherland 2, Shreve), Hur 3 (Gibson, Billiter 2). Technical fouls — Hurley 1, Haysi 1.

*****

Girls basketball

Summers Co. 59, Westside 48

HINTON — The Lady Bobcats toppled the No. 1 team in Class AA Friday night, while remaining unbeaten on the season.

Sisters Whitney and Brittney Justice scored 18 and 16 points respectively to lead Summers County (13-0), ranked third in the most recent AP prep poll. Brittney Justice had nine rebounds and four steals. Avery Pivont added 10 points and seven rebounds.

Westside all-state center Hope Lester missed most of the first half with foul trouble, but finished with 21 points and seven rebounds.



At Hinton

WESTSIDE (9-2)

Faith Davis 4 2-4 11, Hope Davis 0 1-2 1, Megan Endicott 3 2-2 8, Danielle Brown 0 0-1 0, Hope Lester 7 6-6 21, Kristen Hash 3 0-0 6, Stephanie Brown 0 0-1 0, Lakyn Walker 0 0-0 0, Kenzie Endicott 0 1-2 1. Totals: 17 12-18 48.

SUMMERS COUNTY (13-0)

Avery Pivont 4 2-6 10, Asbby Taylor 0 4-4 4, Brittney Justice 2 12-20 16, Brandy Morrison 1 3-4 5, Whittney Justice 6 5-6 18, Brennah Davis 0 0-0 0, Audrey Holley 0 4-4 4, Kaitlyn Thomas 1 0-0 2, Megan Morrison 0 0-0 0. Totals: 14 30-44 59.

Westside............................... 11 9 10 18 — 48

Summers County.................. 9 17 13 20 — 59

3-point goals — W 2 (F. Davis, Lester); SC 1 (W. Justice). Fouled out — W (M. Endicott, Brown, Hash), SC none.

*****

Haysi 55, Hurley 41

HURLEY, Va. — The Tigers trailed by 31-24 at halftime but roared back for the 14-point victory.

Three Tigers reached double-figure scoring, led by 19 points from Hannah Mondrage. Kourtney Cook topped Hurley’s scoring column with 14 points.



HAYSI

Hannah Mondrage 19, Montana Robinette 14, Erin Hyden 11, Edwards 2, Fuller 4, Counts 2, Whitner 2.

HURLEY (12-4)

Kourtney Cook 14, Adrianna Cline 10, E. Stacy 6, McCoy 9, B. Stacy 2.

Haysi.................................9   15  18  12  —  55

Hurley..............................14  17    2    8  —  41

3-point goals — Hay 4 (Mondrage 2, Robinette 2), Hur 1 (Cook).

*****

Ft. Chiswell 60, Narrows 54

NARROWS, Va. — Narrows lost a narrow lead in the fourth quarter and fell to the Pioneers in overtime on Friday night.

Shelby Baker recorded 26 points and 21 rebounds for the Lady Wave (8-8, 2-3 Mountain Empire District). Tiffany Perdue chipped in 13 points.

Carlie Musick led the Pioneers with 17 points.

Narrows plays on Wednesday at Grayson County.



FORT CHISWELL

Carlie Musick 17, Sadie Smith 15, Savannah Dunford 10, Rakes 8, Jones 4, Burnett 3, Woods 3.

NARROWS

Shelby Baker 26, Tiffany Perdue 13, Smith 6, Nagel 5, Carter 2, S. Weatherly 2,

Ft. Chiswell...............13  10  11  16  10  —  60

Narrows....................13  16  11  10    4  —  54