Bluefield Daily Telegraph, Bluefield, WV

December 15, 2012

Prep basketball roundup: Perdue leads Green Wave to title game

Staff reports
Bluefield Daily Telegraph

NARROWS, Va. — Rodney Perdue played a stellar all-around game, while finishing with 18 points to lead Narrows to a 52-49 win over James Monroe in the Narrows Holiday Christmas Tournament semifinals on Friday night at Narrows High School.

Narrows (3-3), which also received 13 points from Austin Lively, will play Roanoke Catholic for the championship today at 4:30 p.m.

Micah Deskins led the Mavericks with 19 points, while Caleb Brown and Chastin Wickline eight apiece. James Monroe will play Giles in a consolation game today at 1:30 p.m.

Lively made three free throws in the final 30 seconds to secure the win. The Mavericks missed a three-point attempt at the buzzer.



JAMES MONROE (1-2)

Micah Deskins 19, Caleb Brown 8, Settle 2, Chastin Wickline 8, R.Wickline 2, Jones 2, McKarney 2, Mann 6.  

NARROWS (3-3)

Rodney Perdue 18, Austin Lively 13, Givens 6, Dent 2, Patteson 2, Burton 5, Stevers 4, Evans 2.

James Monroe............11  13  10  15  —  49

Narrows.....................17  15  5  15  —  52

3-point goals: JM 1 (Deskins 1); NR 0.



Roanoke Catholic 54, Giles 50

NARROWS, Va. — Ethan Tate made three free throws in the final nine seconds to lead Roanoke Catholic past the Spartans in the Narrows Holiday Christmas Tournament semifinals.

Tate led Roanoke Catholic with 16 points, while Tony Vassar and Josh Carpenter had 13 apiece.

Giles was paced by Kyle Chafin with 16. John Shelor added 15.

Roanoke Catholic will play Narrows for the tourney championship at 4:30 p.m. The Spartans will play James Monroe at 1:30 p.m.



ROANOKE CATHOLIC (54)

Ethan Tate 16, Tony Vassar 13, Josh Carpenter 13, Thompson 2, Russell 5, Clark 5.

GILES (50)

Kyle Chafin 16, John Shelor 15, Wilson 4, Randel 4, Ray 6, Stephens 5.

Roanoke Catholic........9  22  8  15  —  54

Giles.................9  6 16  19  —  50

3-point goals: RC 2 (Russell 1, Tate 1); GL 2 (Chafin 2).



Mountain Mission 67,

Hurley 26

HURLEY, Va. — Robel Ali scored 20 points and Mengasha and Henok added 11 apiece to lead Mountain Mission to an easy win over the Rebels.

Mountain Mission scored 27 points in the opening half, one more than Hurley would get in the game.

Hurley (2-2) was paced by Greg Stacy with 15 points.

The Rebels will play University High of Johnson City, Tenn., in a tournament next Wednesday at Virginia High School in Bristol, Va.



MOUNTAIN MISSION (n/r)

Mengasha 11, Henok 11, Daniel 3, Scott 2, John S. 7, Luel 4, Robel Ali 20, Tendros 9. (first names only were provided)

HURLEY (2-2)

Nick Gibson 2, Chad Estep 2, Billy Stacy 3, Trey Oliver 2, Tanner Charles 2, Greg Stacy 15.

Mountain Mission.........15  12  15  25  —  67

Hurley...........................12  6  8  0 —  26

3-point goals: MM 4 (Robel 2, Daniel 1, Henok 1); HR 1 (B.Stacy 1). JV—MM 40-38.



Wyoming East 78, Independence 52

INDEPENDENCE — Josh Tunstalle scored 24 points and Cody Lester added 14 to lead the Warriors past the Patriots.

Brett Bowling added 12 points for Wyoming East (2-1), which will play Tuscarawas Central Catholic today in the Madison Coalfield Shootout.

Tyler McKinney past the Patriots with 16 points.



WYOMING EAST (2-1)

Austin Canada 9, Cody Lester 14, Morgan 3, Josh Tunstalle 24, Cornett 3, Christian Hedinger 9, Brett Bowling 12, Hayes 2, Warner 2.

INDEPENDENCE (0-3)

Drew D’Angelo 10, Tucker 2, Tyler McKinney 16, Treadway 1, Reed 1, Shane Greco 10, Cody Collins 9, A.Tolliver 3.

Wyoming East......17  17  27  17  —  78

Independence........13  11  19  9  —  52

3-point goals: WE 4 (Tunstalle 2, Cornett 1, Morgan 1); ID 4 (D’Angelo 2, McKinney 1, A.Tolliver 1). JV—WE 82-33.



Summers County 73, Liberty Raleigh 71

GLEN DANIEL — Ta’Ron Ayers drained a jumper with .9 seconds on the clock to lift the Bobcats past Liberty-Raleigh in a game played on Thursday night.

T.J. Smith led the Bobcats and all scorers with 30 points, while Ayers added 24.

Levi Cook led Liberty with 19.

Summers County (3-0) plays next on Tuesday at Meadow Bridge.



At Liberty High School

SUMMERS COUNTY (73)

Brown 8, Ryan 7, Ta’Ron Ayers 24, Graham 4, T.J. Smith 30.

LIBERTY (71)

Lyons 9, Crater 9, Levi Cook 19, McGhee 6, Delaway 8, McDowell 13, Klucarich 7.

Summers County........11  19  25  18  —  73

Liberty-Raleigh........17  25  17  11  —  71

Three point baskets: SC 3 (Smith 2, Brown 1); LB 5 (Delaway 2, Lyons 1, Crater 1, Klucarich 1