Bluefield Daily Telegraph, Bluefield, WV

February 18, 2014

Roundup: Bluefield girls win at Lindside

Narrows wins two in conference playoffs

Staff reports
Bluefield Daily Telegraph

LINDSIDE — The Bluefield Beavers got untracked in the second and third quarters to take a 54-49 win in girls basketball action at James Monroe High School on Monday night.

James Monroe led 14-11 after eight minutes of play, and the teams were tied 26-26 at halftime, but Bluefield outscored their hosts 15 to 10 in the third quarter and prevailed in a game that had no successful 3-point goals.

Ten Beavers scored in the contest, led by 11 points from Jesslyn Fullerton.

Sisters Carter and Laine Shiflet scored 30 of James Monroe’s 49 points, recording 16 and 14 points respectively. Rebecca Sparks added 10.

Bluefield (8-7) plays again today at Greenbrier East.



At James Monroe High School

BLUEFIELD

Tyra Jackson 6, Jesslyn  Fullerton 11, Essence Brown 1, Jessica Hayden 3, Dazia Edwards 9, Abby Atwell 6, Destiney Sims 7, Jamaikah Wallace 2, Deja Taxley 5, Teryn Auville 4.

JAMES MONROE

Carter Shiflet 16, Laine Shiflet 14, Rebecca Sparks 10, Makayla Moran 3, Whitney Ogle 4, Lauren Throckmorton 2.

Bluefield..............11   15   15   13  —  54

James Monroe....14   12   10    13  —  49

3-point goals — B none, JM none.

*****

Honaker 59, Twin Valley 57

COUNCIL, Va. — Laken Robinette controlled the boards late and helped Honaker hold off the Panthers to win the first ever Crooked Road Conference regular-season title.

The win gives the TIgers the top seed and a bye into the semifinals of this week’s conference tournament, and an automatic berth in next week’s regional playoffs.

With 26 seconds remaining, Honaker led 58-57. Robinette was fouled as she pulled down a defensive rebound and hit one free throw for the final margin. She had seven rebounds in the fourth period alone.

Robinette finished with 14 points and a game-high 16 rebounds for Honaker, and Tara Deel scored 13 points.

Twin Valley’s Kara Goodman and freshman Alexis Vance each had 17 points.



At Council Elementary School

HONAKER (59)

Robinette 4 6-10 14, Ray 3 0-0 6, Deel 5 0-0 13, Shelton 3 0-0 6, Miller 1 1-2 3, Elswick 3 1-2 8, Meade 4 1-4 9, Musick 0 0-0 0. Totals -- 23 9-18 59.

TWIN VALLEY (57)

Keene 2 0-0 5, Jackson 5 5-6 16, Goodman 6 0-1 17, O’Quinn 1 0-0 2, Vance 6 5-6 17, Meadows 0 0-0 0, Boyd 0 0-0 0, Ramsey 0 0-0 0, Stanford 0 0-0 0, Daniels 0 0-0 0. Totals -- 20 10-13 57.

Honaker........16   16   17  10 -- 59

Twin Valley...10   16   14  17 -- 57

3-point goals-Hon 4 (Deel 3, Elswick), TV 7 (Goodman 5, Keene, Jackson). Total fouls-Hon 13, TV 14. Fouled out-none. Technicals-none.

*****

Mingo Central 63, Mount View 44

WELCH — Mingo Central’s inside-outside game proved too much for the Lady Knights at the Castle on Monday.

The Miners’ 6-foot-1 center Ashley Curry scored 17 points, all in the paint, and Hannah Church scored 19 points, 17 of which came in the second half when she connected on three 3-pointers.

The Knights led 12-8 after the first quarter but trailed 22-21 at halftime and allowed their visitors 41 second-half points.

Jasmine Lash and Keisha Johnson led Mount View with 15 and 14 points respectively.

Mount View (11-5) hosts Van on Wednesday at 5:30 p.m., with the boys’ doubleheader game to follow.



At Mount View High School

MINGO CENTRAL (10-9)

Ashley Curry 17, Hannah Church 19, Page Munsey 4, Kaitlyn Cantrell 4, Tyshira Joplin 3, Kierra Hammond 13, Chynn Mahon 3.

MOUNT VIEW (11-5)

Tamia Joyce 6, Keisha Johnson 14, Jasmine Lash 15, Gezelle Brown 3, Victoria Bright 2, Kaitlyn Gillespie 4.

Mingo Central......8   14   22   19  —  63

Mount View.......12     9   11   12  —  44

3-point goals — MC 4 (Church 3, Mahon 1); MV 3 (Johnson 2, Lash 1).

*****

Narrows 54, Craig Co. 52

NARROWS, Va. — The Lady Wave edged the Rockets at Narrows High School Monday in the quarterfinals of the Conference 45 tournament.

Freshman Shelby Baker notched 18 points, 10 rebounds and three steals for Narrows (9-11). Tiffany Perdue scored 12 points, and Darien Nagel provided a spark with seven rebounds and five steals. Narrows ended with 15 team steals.

Melia Hutton tossed in 22 points for the Rockets.

Narrows plays again on Wednesday at 6 p.m. at Eastern Montgomery against No. 1-seed Covington.



At Patteson Gymnasium

CRAIG COUNTY

Melia Hutton 22, Grace Faw 15, McMahan 5, Mattox 3, Looney 2, Burger 2, Stevens 2, Wolfe 1.

NARROWS

Shelby Baker 18, Tiffany Perdue 12, Nagel 9, S. Weatherly 8, Smith 4, M. Weatherly 2, Davis 1.

Craig County...........12   17   16   7  —  52

Narrows..................13   17  13   11  —  54

CC (Faw 3, Mattox 1, McMahan 1); NHS, none.

*****

PikeView 55, Wyoming East 50

NEW RICHMOND — The Panthers got 12 points and 12 rebounds from Lyndsay Hatfield to hold off the Warriors on the road. Courtney White added 11 points and five boards. Madison May had 16 points and five steals.

It will be a quick rematch tonight in Gardner as PikeView (14-3) plays the Warriors again at 7 p.m. on Grandparents’ and Parents’ Night. Another makeup game is scheduled for 7 p.m. Thursday against Mount View, which will be PikeView’s Senior Night.



At Wyoming East High School

PIKEVIEW

Madison May 16, Haley Fralin 2, Lauryn Hatfield 9, Alexis May 5, Lyndsay Hatfield 12, Courtney White 11.

WYOMING EAST

Bre Pertee 11, Chiara Jewell 2, Megan Davis 19, Haley Butcher 11, Taleah Bailey 7.

PikeView................11   19   15   10  — 55

Wyoming East.........9   17   16     8  — 50

3-point goals — PV 2 (Lauryn Hatfield 2); WE, none.

*****

Boys basketball: PikeView 66, James Monroe 54

GARDNER — The PikeView Panthers spread the wealth around on Monday with four players reaching double-figure scoring, to counter a Mavericks attack that scored seven 3-point field goals.

Zach Meadows tossed in 21 points and had seven rebounds for the victors. Seth Wood had 11 points, eight rebounds, six assists and three steals. Bradley Flinchum and Tanner Farley also scored 11 points each. Jason Weitzel generated nine points, six asissts and three steals.

Jacob McKlarney led the Mavericks with 16 points. Landon Shires hit four 3-pointers on his way to 14 points, and Rasheed Lowe chipped in 11.

PikeView (8-7) plays at Mount View tonight.



At Gardner

JAMES MONROE

Caleb Spencer 9, Caleb Brown 2, Landan Shires 14, Preston Jones 2, Rasheed Lowe 11, Jacob McKlarney 16.

PIKEVIEW

Nathan Taylor 3, Seth Wood 11, Bradley Flinchum 11, Tanner Farley 11, Jason Weitzel 9, Zach Meadows 21.

James Monroe....15   14     7   18  —  54

PikeView..............14   21   19   12  —  66

3-point goals — JM 7 (Spencer 1, Shires 4, McKlarney 2); PV 3 (Taylor 1, Farley 1, Weitzel 1).

*****

Narrows 55, E. Montgomery 47

NARROWS, Va. — Chandler Burton scored 22 points and grabbed 12 rebounds to lead Narrows past Eastern Montgomery in the first round of the new Conference 45 tournament playoffs on Monday night at Patteson Gymnasium.

Brandon Spangler contributed 11 points and 10 rebounds, Austin Lively had 12 rebounds and eight points, and Rodney Perdue dished seven assists for the Green Wave, who held off a second-half rally by the visitors.

Three Eastern Montgomery players each scored 11 points — Kellen Campbell, Ron Ford and J.T. Shrader.

Narrows will play Covington at 7:45 p. m. Thursday in the conference tourney semifinals at Eastern Montgomery High School. Covington defeated Bland County on Monday.



At Patteson Gymnasium

EASTERN MONTGOMERY

Kellen Campbell 11, Ron Ford 11, J.T. Shrader 11, Phillips 4, Shane DeWeese 10.

NARROWS

Givens 2, Brandon Spangler 11, Perdue 8, Hall 2, Chandler Burton 22, Blaker 2, Lively 8.

E. Montgomery.......11    7   22     7  —  47

Narrows.................12   14   10   19  — 55

3-point goals — EM 4 (Shrader, Phillips, DeWeese 2); NHS 1 (Burton).