Bluefield Daily Telegraph, Bluefield, WV

February 20, 2014

River View outshoots Montcalm; Summers County slams Valley 92-8

Staff reports
Bluefield Daily Telegraph

BRADSHAW — Jordan Wilson scored 17 points and Taylor DeHaven canned 15, leading River View to a 58-39 win over Montcalm to improve to 8-7 on the season.

Tyree Baker added nine points for River View, which will visit James Monroe on Friday.

Montcalm, which hasn’t won since beating River View to open the season, was paced by Tyler Goins and Josh Hamblin with 10 points apiece.



MONTCALM (39)

Tyler Goins 10, Travis Painter 2, Dustin Williams 5, Josh Hamblin 10, Jacob Howard 8, Jacob Lambert 4.

RIVER VIEW (56)

Todd Coeburn 3, Joseph McClanahan 2, Tyree Baker 9, Taylor DeHaven 15, Jordan Wilson 17, T.J. Stacy 7, Cameron Roberts 2, Demetrius Duff 1, Jimmy Baker 2.

Montcalm............................14  4  12  9  —  39

River View...........................15  7  14  22 — 58

3-point goals: MT 0; RV 2 (Stacy 1, Coeburn 1).



Twin Valley 47, Holston 38

PILGRIM’S KNOB, Va. — Austin Shortridge scored 13 points and Brandon McGlothlin added 12, as Twin Valley advanced to the Conference 47 (Crooked Road) semifinals against the Cavaliers.

Wes Roberts led Holston with 15 points.

Thomas Burniston tallied 10 points for the Panthers, which will play Haysi on Friday at Council Elementary School with a berth in the regionals the following week at stake. Honaker and Council will meet in the other semifinal, with the championship slated for Saturday.



HOLSTON (38)

Conrad Thacker 6, Wes Roberts 15, Seth Thomas 9, Peyton Garrett 2, Ben Mossholder 10.

TWIN VALLEY (47)

Tanner Wagner 3, Drake Presley 1, Preston Wimmer 1, Shannon Adams 5, Brandon McGlothlin 12, Thomas Burniston 10, Austin Shortridge 13, Stephen Mullins 2.

Holston...............................14  5  6  13  —  38

Twin Valley..........................10  9  11  17  — 47

3-point goals: HL 4 (Roberts 2, Thacker 1, Thomas 1); TV 0.



Wyoming East 69, Morgantown 59

CHARLESTON — Austin Canada scored 24 points, while hitting six of the Warriors’ 11 3s during Wyoming East’s win over Class AAA Morgantown at the Little General Shootout at the Charleston Civic Center.

Christian Hedinger added 24 points for Wyoming East, while Taron Ayers added 13. The Warriors visit Mount View on Friday.

Morgantown was paced by Tom Selby with 17 points.



WYOMING EAST (14-3)

Austin Canada 24, Taron Ayers 13, Christian Hedinger 24, Jordan Hayes 8.  

MORGANTOWN (9-8)

Steve Solomon 11, Zakeem Davis 3, Kenzie Melko 12, Tom Selby 17, Scott Core 12, C.J. King 4.

Wyoming East.................15  19 25  10  —  69

Morgantown...................11  16  16  16  —  59

3-point goals: WE 11 (Canada 6, Hedinger 3, Ayers 2); MT 0.   



Prep Girls

Summers Co. 92, Valley-Fayette 8

HINTON — The score is correct.

Brittany Justice collected 20 points and seven rebounds, and Whittney Justice added 10 points, nine assists and six steals to lead the Bobcats to a rout of Valley-Fayette.

Abby Taylor added 16 points, Brandy Morrison had 10 points and 11 boards, Brennah Davis contributed 11 points and eight steals and Avery Pivont scored 10 points for the Bobcats.

Valley did have two 3s to one for the Bobcats.

Summers County (18-1) will visit Westside tonight.



VALLEY (4-14)

Emily Smallman 3, Haley Casto 3, Jennell Green 2.

SUMMERS COUNTY (18-1)    

Maggie Richmond 2, Nayla Bond 4, Avery Pivont 10, Abby Taylor 16, Brennah Davis 11, Morgan Miller 5, Brittany Justice 20, Kaitlyn Thomas 2, Brandy Morrison 10, Whittney Justice 10, Jordan Sigman 2.

Valley........................................2  3  3  0  —  8

Summers County...........30  37  14  11  —  92

3-point goals: VL 2 (Smallman 1, Casto 1); SC 1 (Miller 1).



Covington 56, Narrows 23

ELLISTON, Va. — Sa’Mone Moore scored 23 points and Leteashia Clarke added 10 points to lead the Cougars to the Group 1 West regional tournament with a rout of the Green Wave.

Covington (19-4) will play Radford (13-8) for the Conference 45 championship on Friday. The Bobcats defeated Auburn 39-35.

Narrows (9-12) was led by Tiffany Perdue with eight points.

 

NARROWS (9-12)

S. Weatherly 1 0-0 2, Orey 1 0-0 2, Hickle 0 0-2 0, Perdue 3 1-1 8, Nagel 0 4-8 4, Baker 1 1-6 3, Smith 1 2-2 4. Totals 7 8-17 23.

COVINGTON (19-4)

Keyser 1 0-0 2, Moore 9 3-4 23, M. Hall 1 0-0 2, B. Hall 2 0-0 4, Campbell 2 2-4 7, Clarke 5 0-2, 10, Tucker 1 0-0 2, Garland 1 0-0 2, Davis 1 0-0 2, A. Moore 1 0-0 2. Totals  24 5-10 56.

Narrows...............................8  1  6  8     —  23

Covington.........................19  10  12  15  — 56

3-point goals – Narrows 1 (Perdue), Covington 3 (Moore 2, Campbell). Total fouls – Narrows 7, Covington 15. Fouled out – Narrows (none), Covington (none).





Princeton 64, Nicholas County 31

PRINCETON — Kaleigh Barker scored 28 points and pulled down eight rebounds, leading the Tigerettes past the Grizzlies for their second straight win on Tuesday night.

Barker was 16 for 19 from the free throw line. Sarah Cole added nine points for Princeton.

Whitney Robinson paced Nicholas County with eight points.

Princeton (3-16) will host Winfield in an MSAC tournament game on Thursday at 7 p.m. The Tigers will open sectional play on Monday by entertaining Oak Hill.



NICHOLAS COUNTY (31)

Wills 4, Hughes 3, Huffman 2, Kiser 2, Whitney Robinson 8, Martin 6, King 6,

PRINCETON (64)

Hall 7, Hamm 4, Saunders 4, Culicerto 6, Sarah Cole 9, Kaleigh Barker 28, Belcher 6.

Nicholas County...........11    8    8    4   —  31

Princeton......................14   16   12   22  —   64

3-point goals: NC 3 (Hughes 1, Robinson 1, Martin 1); PR 1 (Hall 1). JV—PR won.