Bluefield Daily Telegraph, Bluefield, WV

February 11, 2014

Roundup: PikeView girls rout Lady Mavericks

Boys: MCA, Richlands, River View pick up wins

Staff reports
Bluefield Daily Telegraph

GARDNER — The PikeView Lady Panthers, who moved up from 10th to eighth in the latest AP Class AA basketball poll, beat James Monroe 76-48 Monday night in Gardner.

PikeView (13-3), which took a 39-12 lead into halftime, was paced by Lyndsay Hatfield with 22 points, 10 rebounds, seven steals and five assists.

Madison May had 12 points, eight rebounds, four steals and an assist. Courtney White added eight rebounds and 10 points. Lauryn Hatfield chalked up four rebounds, two steals, one assist and one block.

PikeView (13-3) will travel to Shady Spring on Wednesday.



At Gardner

JAMES MONROE

Carter Shiflet 7, Mikayla Moran 13, Rebecca Sparks 6, Whitney Ogle 3, Lauren Throckmorton 2, Laine Shiflet 8, Jordyn Ballengee 2, Samantha Ferguson 3, Megan Bailey 4.

PIKEVIEW

Lyndsay Hatfield 22, Madison May 12, Hailee Fralin 6, Lauryn Hatfield 8, Crysta Meekins 4, Alexis May 8, Katelyn Odle 6, Courtney White 10.

James Monroe.......4     8   17   19  —  48

PikeView..............17   22   19   18  —  76

3-point goals — JM 1 (Ogle); PV (L. Hatfield 2).

*****

Hurley 61, Mountain Mission 55, Hurley 61

HURLEY, Va. — Adrianna Cline led the Lady Tigers with 23 points in their home-court win on Monday. Breanna Stacy had 13 points and Kourtney Cook notched 12 for Hurley, which led 33-29 at halftime.

Lensa Asefa scored 24 points and Belsie Brook had 10 for the visitors from the Grundy area.

Hurley is in a quad tonight at home against Twin Valley.



At Hurley High School

MOUNTAIN MISSON

Lensa Asefa 24, Belsie Brook 10, Wickman 8, Fekada 5, A. Asefa 7, Indashaw 1.

HURLEY

Kourtney Cook 12, Adrianna Cline 23, E. Stacy 6, McCoy 4, Endicott 2, Breanna Stacy 13.

Mountain Mission......10   19   11   15  —  55

Hurley........................23   10   13   15  —  61

3-point goals — MM 2 (Brook 2); Hur 2 (Cline 2). JV game — Hurley 24-18.

*****

Boys basketball

Richlands 74, Haysi 70

RICHLANDS, Va. — The Blue Tornado spun into another gear in the third quarter Monday, scoring 25 points, and then held off the Tigers in a game that included 15 treys.

Luke Phillips scored 30 points, nailing four 3-pointers, to lead Richlands (8-13). Cody Fuller added 14 for the victors.

Haysi, which led 37-31 at halftime, got 21 points from Hunter Sutherland, 16 by Guage Hill and 14 from Drake Howell.

Richlands plays Wednesday at Abingdon.



At Richlands Middle School

HAYSI

Hunter Sutherland 21, Colin Hillman 5, Travis Conway 9, Will Ratliff 2, Drake Howell 14, Devin Rose 3, Guage Hill 16.

RICHLANDS

Luke Phillips 30, Cody Fuller 14, Ethan Ratliff 6, Scotty Ball 9, Ben Brown 5, Zach Johnson 4, Landon Lowe 6.

Haysi.....................15   22   14   18  —  70

Richlands..............14   17   25   18  —  74

3-point goals — Haysi 6 (Sutherland 2, Hillman 1, Comway 1, Howell 2); RHS 9 (Phillips 4, Fuller 3, Ratliff 1, Brown 1).

*****

Mercer Christian 56, Montcalm 46

PRINCETON — The Cavaliers set a new school boys record for wins in a season, raising their record to 29-4. The old mark had been held by the 1990 squad.

The Cavaliers, who had only four turnovers, were led by Daniel Boothe’s 26 points. He added five assists and four steals. Caleb Janning cleared eight defensive rebounds and had four assists.

Josh Hamblin netted 12 points for the Generals and Tyler Goins and Dustin Williams had 10 each.

The Cavaliers are at home Thursday to wrap up the regular season playing Jefferson Christian.



At Mercer Christian Academy

MONTCALM

Lambert 2, Jenkins 1, Tyler Goins 10, Dustin Williams 10, Josh Hamblin 12, Howard 7, Coburn 2, Casto 2.

MERCER CHRISTIAN

Caleb Janning 16, Daniel Boothe 26, Shrewsberry 7, Scott 3, Bailey 4.

Montcalm...........8   13   10   15  —  46

MCA.................11   16   10   19  —  56

3-point goals — (Goins 1); MCA (Janning 2, Boothe 2).

*****

River View 89, Van 70

VAN — The Raiders evened their season record at 7-7 on Monday, winning on the Bulldogs’ court.

Taylor DeHaven burned the nets for 42 points and Tyree Baker had a triple-double for River View, scoring 21 points. His assist and rebound totals were unavailable. Jordan Wilson chipped in 14 points.

Brandon Elswick led the Bulldogs with 24 points.

River View plays Van again, in Bradshaw, on Senior Night this Friday.



At Van

RIVER VIEW

Tyree Baker 21, Taylor DeHaven 42, Jordan WIlson 14, T.J. Stacy 7, Todd Coburn 3, Joseph McClanahan 2.

VAN

Brandon Elswick 24, Logan Crouse 16, Tyler Hunnicutt 14, Eddie Yeager 10, Keith Blevins 5.

River View.......15   30   18   26  —  89

Van.................18   15   18   19  —  70

3-point goals — RV 7 (Baker 3, DeHaven 3, Coburn 1); Van 1 (Blevins).

*****

Floyd County 96, Bland County 58

BLAND, Va. — Caleb Tanner threw down 32 points as the Buffaloes defeated the Bears in a nondistrict game. Tanner moved past former Rockbridge County star Andrew Rowsey into the No. 2 spot on the VHSL career scoring list with 2,646 points. He needs 42 more points to break the record.

Tyler White led Bland County with 12 points and Tyler Faulkner had 10 points. Bland County sank 11 treys.



At Bland High School

FLOYD COUNTY (16-3)

Harrison 12, Conduff 8, Tanner 32, Woolwine 2, Neukirch 15, Stafford 2, Agee 2, Harris 9, Cromer 4, Clemons 2, Cook 8.

BLAND COUNTY (3-16)

Christian 9, Goins 5, Miller 4, White 12, Lambert 6, Tyler Faulkner 10, Gwyn 8, Emerson 4.

Floyd County.......24   19   23   30  —  96

Bland County........8   12   19   19  —  58

3-point-goals — Floyd County 6 (Conduff 2, Tanner 2, Neukirch, Harris). Bland County 11 (White 4, Lambert 2, Faulkner 2, Gwyn 2, Christian). JV game — Floyd won.