Bluefield Daily Telegraph, Bluefield, WV

February 9, 2013

G-Girls glide by Grayson County

Staff reports
Bluefield Daily Telegraph

INDEPENDENCE, Va. — The Graham G-Girls secured second place in the Mountain Empire District with a 51-36 win over the Grayson County Blue Devils, Friday night.

Emaleigh Gallinger led the G-Girls in scoring with 12 points and Taylor Williams followed with 11. Meredith Frost and Cameron McGrady scored nine apiece to lead Grayson County.

The G-Girls finished the regular season 13-9 overall and 7-3 in the MED. They will play in the district tournament, Wednesday at Fort Chiswell. against an opponent to be determined. The G-Girls have a first round bye.



GRAHAM (51)

Morgan 9, Wilson 5, Leung 2, Emily Gallinger 12, Workman 2, Taylor Williams 11, Spencer 6, Moretto 4

GRAYSON COUNTY (36)

Meredith Frost 9, Eller 5, Halsey 1, Cameron McGrady 9, Parks 4, Cannaday 8

Graham.................................7   8   21  15  —  51

Grayson County..................10  9   9   8    —  36

3 point goals: G - 1 (Williams); GC Wms 1, GC 2 (Frost, Eller)



River View 47, Independence 38

COAL CITY — The River View Lady Raiders won their third straight game and the fifth in their last six outings as they downed the Lady Patriots of Independence.

Chelsea Dobbs led the way with 23 points, 16 rebounds and five steals for River View and Phyllis Waldron pulled down 11 boards.



RIVER VIEW (47)

Coeburn 7, Chelsea Dobbs 23, Kiersten Dority 4, Johnson 5, Kennedy 2, Waldron 6.

INDEPENDENCE (38)

Harris 2, Fedakovich 12, Hart 22, Fortner 2.

River View...........................9   13  12  13  —  47

Independence......................9   8   6   15  —  38

3 point goals: RV 1 (Dobbs); IND 3 (Fedakovich 2, Hart)



Summers County 59, PikevView 55

HINTON — Avery Pivont scored 23 points to lead the Summers County Lady Bobcats (13-5) past the PikeView Lady Panthers.

Hope Nester had 21 for PikeView (8-10). Nester passed the 1,000-point mark on her career.

Summers County celebrates Senior Night this evening when they host Charleston Catholic in a 7:30 tip.



PIKEVIEW (55)

Hill 5, Bryant 3, Hope Nester 21, May 9, Lauren Hatfield 2, Lyndsey Hatfield 7, White 8.

SUMMERS COUNTY (59)

Shrewsbury 1, Avery Pivont 23, Taylor 3, Davis 4, Smith 2, Wynes 10, Morrison 6, Shelby Smith 10.

PikeView..............................8   16  16  15  —  55

Summers County...............17  17  6   19  —  59

3 point goals: PV 2 (Bryant, Lyndsey Hatfield), SC 1 (Pivont)

JV game: SC 33, PV 29 - Brenna Davis 7



James Monroe 54, Wyoming East 50

LINDSIDE — Carter Shiflet scored 15 points and pulled down nine rebounds to lead the Mavericks past the Warriors.

Kelsie Mann added 14 points and 12 boards, while Jordan Page scored six points and dished out eight assists.

Bre Pertee scored 20 points for Wyoming East, while Hannah Ford added 10.

James Monroe will visit River View tonight as part of a girls-boys doubleheader starting at 5 p.m.



WYOMING EAST (12-8)

Chelsea Duncan 3, Chiara Jewell 4, Bre Pertee 20, Taleah Bailey 6, Hannah Ford 10, Haley Lowman 7.

JAMES MONROE (10-7)

Carter Shiflet 15, Courtney Sams 2, Emily McKinney 7, Jordan Page 6, Kelsie Mann 14, Rebecca Sparks 2, Kelsie Gillespie 4, Kayla Via 2, Lauren Throckmorton 2.

Wyoming East...................12  10  15  13  —  50

James Monroe....................19  7  16  12  —  54

3-point goals: WE 2 (Pertee 1, Lowman 1); JM 3 (Page 2, McKinney 1).



Mount View 56, Bluefield 50

BRUSHFORK — Jordan Younger scored 18 points and Ashleigh Belfiore added 17, leading the Golden Knights past the Beavers.

Shelia Hopkins paced Bluefield with 15 points, while Destiney Sims tallied 13. The Beavers will host River View for Senior Night on Wednesday.



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MOUNT VIEW (56)

Ashleigh Belfiore 17, Jordan Younger 18, Sheila Johnson 6, Shamecca Perkins 2, Gezelle Brown 6, Victoria Bright 3, Keisha Johnson 4.

BLUEFIELD (50)

Destiney Sims 13, Deiza Edwards 8, Tyra Jackson 2, Jesslyn Fullerton 8, Abby Atwell 2, Shelia Hopkins 15, Dazia Taxley 2,

3 Sims 2, MV-Johnson

Mount View..........................7  12  18  19  —  56

Bluefield..............................6  13  14  17  —  50

3-point goals: MV 0; BF 1 (Sims 1).



Fayetteville 50, Montcalm 21

FAYETTEVILLE — Jessica Brown had a double-double to lead Class A No. 8 Fayetteville past Montcalm Friday. Brown scored 21 points and grabbed 17 rebounds.

Alvina Sedlock had another double figures scoring night with 13 points for Fayetteville. Erica Hogan grabbed 11 rebounds and Madie Pritt had seven steals for the Lady Pirates.

Montcalm was led by Miranda Kendrick, Brenna Tyree and Hannah Johnson with five points apiece.

Fayetteville (13-4) travels to county rival Meadow Bridge Monday.  



MONTCALM (21)

Alexis Mabe 0 1-2 1, Miranda Kendrick 0 5-7 5, Brenna Tyree 0 5-8 5, Leslie Kelley 2 1-3 5, Hannah Johnson 2 0-0 5. Totals: 4 12-20 21.

Fayetteville (13-4)

Jessica Brown 8 5-10 21, Erica Hogan 2 0-0 4, Katelyn Sisler 1 1-2 3, Alvina Sedlock 6 0-2 13, Madie Pritt 0 1-2 1, Kathryn Peelish 1 1-1 3, Alyssa Sedlock 0 1-2 1, Janna Roerig 0 0-1 0, Kelsey Norris 1 0-0 2, Hannah Samples 1 0-0 2, Alexis Roles 1 0-0 2, Kaylee Wood 0 0-2 0, Leah England 0 0-2 0. Totals: 20 9-24 50.

Montcalm....................................5  4  4  8 —  21

Fayetteville..............................20  8  14  8  —  50

3-point goals — M: 1 (Johnson); F: 1 (Alvina Sedlock). Fouled out — none. 

Galax 56, Narrows 32

NARROWS, Va. — Susan Davis scored 12 points and Carolyn Vaughn added 10 as Galax used a big first quarter advantage to dispatch Narrows 56-32 on Friday night.

Galax outscored the Green Wave 23-5 in the opening period.

Tiffany Perdue led Narrows with 14 points.



GALAX (13-8, 7-3)

Davis 12, Vaughn 10, Ayers 8, Hanks 8, Cassell 7, Reynolds 5, Shumate 2, Neff 2, Pack 2.

NARROWS (4-17, 1-9)

Perdue 14, Carter 6, Davis 4, S. Weatherly 3, Wade 2, Taylor 2, M. Weatherly 1.

Galax...................................................................23  11  9  13  —  56

Narrows.................................................................5  7  7 13  —  32

3-point-goals - Galax 5 (Hanks 2, Davis 2, Vaughn), Narrows (Perdue).

JV - Galax won.



Fort Chiswell 71,           Bland County 32

FORT CHISWELL, Va. — Freshman Sadie Smith poured in 21 points and pulled down 11 rebounds as the Pioneers downed the Bears in the regular season finale for both teams.

Fort Chiswell also received 18 points from Sarah Whitman and 14 points and 12 steals from senior Amber Chrisley. The Pioneers scored 35 points in the second quarter alone.

Amber Eaton led Bland County with nine points.



BLAND COUNTY (3-18, 1-9)

Eaton 9, Davis 3, Brinkley 2, Dean 2, Russo 7, Smith 2, Harris 2, Dillow 3, Garland 2.

FORT CHISWELL (14-8, 6-4)

Smith 21, Whitman 18, Chrisley 14, Mooney 2, Woods 5, Turner 4, Hight 4, Hovencamp 3.

Bland County.......................................................6  5  13  8  —  32

Fort Chiswell......................................................15  32  17  7  —  71

3-point-goals - Bland County 4 (Eaton 2, Davis, Dillow), Fort Chiswell 6 (Smith 5, Chrisley).

JV - Fort Chiswell won.