Bluefield Daily Telegraph, Bluefield, WV

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January 13, 2013

Princeton rallies past T-Wolves

SPRING VALLEY — Rallying from 14 points down, Princeton survived a tough road test, beating Spring Valley 59-54 on Saturday night.

The Timberwolves had staked claim to an early lead behind 10 first quarter points by Jacob Kilgore. In the second period, Spring Valley expanded its lead to 14, 33-19, on an Austin Keyser jump shot.

The Tigers went to the locker room down by 12, 35-23, and in serious trouble.

In the second half, Princeton started its comeback with Ryan Meadows scoring 20 of his game-high 22 after intermission. The Tigers trailed by three, 44-41, after three period.

Meadows converted a drive and then completed a three-point play on consecutive possessions and Princeton had a lead it would keep for the rest of the game.

The Tigers, 9-2, return to action on Wednesday night at home against St. Albans. Spring Valley dropped to 2-7.

at Spring Valley High School

PRINCETON (9-2)

Lamont Lee 4, Ryan Meadows 22, Derek Jennelle 12, Zen Clements 4, Hunter Walters 5, Kyle Caron 4, Aaron Ferguson 8.

SPRING VALLEY (2-7)

Tyler Robertson 2, Josh Steele 7, Austin Keyser 20, Greg Herbert 8, Jacob Kilgore 19.

Princeton............................................................15  8  18  18  —  59

Spring Valley.....................................................18  17  8  11  —  54

3-point goals: PR 3 (Jennelle 2, Walters 1); SV 4 (Keyser 2, Kilgore 2). JV—Princeton won.

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