Bluefield Daily Telegraph, Bluefield, WV

February 12, 2013

Hoops roundup: Tigerettes rout Oak Hill again

Ft. Chiswell sweeps Narrows in MED tourney

Staff reports
Bluefield Daily Telegraph

PRINCETON — The Princeton Tigerettes produced another high-scoring night against Oak Hill on Monday, beating the Red Devils 92-15 at Princeton Senior High School.

Princeton took a 101-17 win on Jan. 8.

Maranda Wimmer had 21 points on 9-for-13 shooting from the floor, and added four rebounds and a steal for Princeton (16-4). McKenzie Akers had 16 points, six assists and five steals. Ashley Culicerto added 14 points, 10 assists and five steals.

Top scorer for Oak Hill was Sarah Kessler with eight points.

The Tigerettes stole the ball 25 times and limited Oak Hill to 10 rebounds in all and no points in the third quarter.



At The Ralph Ball Court

OAK HILL (0-20)

Alyssa Berron 4, Caelea Teel 2, Kaitlyn Goodman 1, Sarah Kessler 8.

PRINCETON (16-4)

McKenzie Akers 16, Maranda Wimmer 21, Ashley Culicerto 14, Marissa Mullins 8, Khadija Payne 4, Brandi Snow 10, Stephanie Lambert 9, Taylor Hamm 6, Rachel Surface 2, Kaleigh Barker 2.

Oak Hill..................2   10     0     3  —  15

Princeton..............28   23   17   24  —  92

Three-point goals — OH 1 (Kessler); PSHS 6 (Akers 2, Wimmer 1, Culicerto 1, Mullins 1, Lambert 1).

*****

PikeView 66, Wyoming East 40

GARDNER — Hope Nester scored 20 points on the night she was recognized for reaching a scoring milestone, leading the Panthers.

Nester was honored with a basketball and plaque for scoring her 1,000th point last Friday at Summers County.

Alexis May added 20 points for PikeView, while Courtney White contributed five points and 17 rebounds. Nester also dished out four assists and snagged seven steals.

Bre Pertee led Wyoming East (11-10) with 19 points.

PikeView (9-10) will host Shady Spring tonight in what is “Parents and Grandparents Night”. The Panthers will host James Monroe in a girls-boys doubleheader for Senior Night on Thursday.



WYOMING EAST (40)

Chelsea Duncan 7, Charhra Jewell 4, Bre Pertee 19, Taleah Bailey 4, Hannah Ford 4, Haley Lowman 2.

PIKEVIEW (66)

Laura Hill 2, Hope Nester 20, Madison May 7, Lauryn Hatfield 4, Alexis May 20, Lyndsey Hatfield 6, Courtney White 5, Kaitlyn Odle 2.

Wyoming East.....................................8  10  9  13  —  40

PikeView...........................................17  18  18  13  —  66

3-point goals: WE 1 (Pertee 1); PV 0. JV—PV 32 (Madison May 14, Hailee Fralin 10), 28 (2 quarters).

*****

James Monroe 73, Independence 32

COAL CITY — The Lady Mavericks pulled off 25 steals as a team to improve to 12-7 on the season Monday.

Kelsie Mann had 18 points, 20 rebounds and eight steals for James Monroe. Carter Shiflet added 11 points and Jordan Page had 10.

Emily Fedukovich led the Patriots with 12 points, all of them coming on four three-pointers.



At Coal City

JAMES MONROE (12-7)

Carter Shiflet 11, Courtney Sams 2, Emily McKinney 7, Jordan Page 10, Kelsie Mann 18, Rebecca Sparks 8, Laine Shiflet 4, Kelsie Gillespie 5, Kayla Via 2, Haley Smith 2, Lauren Throckmorton 4.

INDEPENDENCE (7-12)

B. Wrenn 2, Emily Fedukovich 12, K. Hart 14, F. Fortner 4.

James Monroe.............................22   14   14   24  —  73

Independence..............................17     4     7     4  —  32

Three-point goals — JM (Page 1, McKinney); IHS (Fedukovich 4).

*****

Mountain Mission 47, River View 42

GRUNDY, Va. — Mountain Mission turned a 35-34 deficit after three periods into a win by outscoring the Raiders 13-7 in the final quarter.

The victors, who connected on six three-pointers, were led by Levsa Assefa with 14 points. Heron Hailu and Victoria Wickman each scored 11.

For River View (6-14), Chelsey Dobbs had 20 points and 15 rebounds, Kiersten Dority had 12 points and five assists and Phyllis Waldron had 13 rebounds.

River View plays again today against Mingo Central at home.



At Grundy

RIVER VIEW

Chelsey Dobbs 20, Kiersten Dority 12, Phyllis Waldron 6, Akasa Benton 4.

MOUNTAIN MISSION

Victoria Wickman 11, Nebyet Adem 8, Beza Ihdashaw 2, Heron Hailu 11, Tsion Negussie 1, Levsa Assefa 14.

River View....................................10   15   10     7  —  42

Mountain Mission........................14   14    6   13  —  47

Three-point goals — RV 2 (Dobbs 2); MM 6 (Wickman 2, Hailu 3, Assefa 1).

*****

 Fort Chiswell 68, Narrows 32

FORT CHISWELL, Va. — Sarah Whisman scored 14 points and Sadie Smith added 12 to lead the Pioneers to an MED quarterfinal win over the Green Wave.

Peyton Carter and Abby Taylor had eight points each for Narrows.

Fort Chiswell will play Grayson County on Wednesday in the MED semifinals on its home court.



NARROWS (4-18)

Peyton Carter 8, Abby Taylor 8, Davis 6, Perdue 6, Weatherley 2, Wade 2.

FORT CHISWELL (15-8)

Whisman 14, Sadie Smith 12, Megan Woods 11, Hight 7, Jones 2, Hovencamp 5, Turner 4, Mooney 8, Chrisley 5.

 Narrows................................................6  8 12  6  —  32

Fort Chiswell...................................25  12  16  15  —  68

3-point goals -- Narrows 1 (Perdue), Fort Chiswell 4 Mooney 2, Hovencamp, Woods).

*****

Galax 41, Bland County 29

GALAX, Va. — Carolyn Vaughan’s 10 points helped the Maroon Tide to an MED quarterfinal win over the Lady Bears.

Bland County was led by Amber Eaton and Kristin Dillow with nine points each.

Galax will play Graham in the MED semifinals on Wednesday at Fort Chiswell.  



BLAND COUNTY (3-19)

Eaton 9, Dillow 9, Harris 5, Russo 4, Holbrook 1, Smith 1.

GALAX (14-8)

Davis 7, Ayers 4, Hanks 11, Carolyn Vaughan 10, Cassell 1, Lindsey 8.

Bland County........................................1  15  7  6  —  29

Galax.....................................................9  9  14  9  —  41

3-point goals -- Bland 3 (Dillow 2, Eaton), Galax 5 (Hanks 2, Vaughan 2, Davis).

*****

Boys basketball

Fort Chiswell 56, Narrows 48

FORT CHISWELL, Va. — Daniel Hamm scored 15 points and Brett Mabry added 14 to lead the Pioneers to a Mountain Empire District tournament win over Narrows.

Austin Lively led the Green Wave with 15 points, while Chandler Burton added 14.

Fort Chiswell (13-10, 7-4) will play Graham in the MED semifinals on Thursday on its home floor.



FORT CHISWELL (13-10, 7-4)

Mabry 14, Hovencamp 3, Hamm 15, Hale 11, Thomas 13.

NARROWS (8-15, 0-11)

Givens 2, Purdue 9, Dent 4, Patterson 4, Burton 14, Lively 15.

3-point-goals -- Fort Chiswell 5 (Mabry 4, Hamm), Narrows 3 (Purdue, Burton, Lively).

Narrows...........................................17  14   6  11  —  48

Fort Chiswell..................................14  10  12  20  —  56

JV -- Fort Chiswell won.

*****

Mountain Mission 57, Mount View 52

WELCH — With 4:10 remaining in the third, Mount View held a 27-24 lead before Mountain Mission went on a tear. They scored nine unanswered points and didn’t look back at the Castle.

Tedas Hall Mifiro led the Challengers with 23 points.

Ishmyle Sawyers and Maurice Brown tallied 16 and 13 points respectively for the Knights.

Mount View entertains Van tonight in the second game of a girls-boys doubleheader on Senior Night.

 

At The Castle

MOUNTAIN MISSION (13-9)

Robel Ali 4 6-11 14, Mengesha Manat 0 1-2 1, Scott Graham 3 4-4 10, Hemar Alemayehu 1 2-2 4, Amanjil Kast 0 1-2 1, John Samuel 0 4-6 4, Tedas Hall Mifiro 10 3-8 23.  Totals 18 21-35 57.

MOUNT VIEW (11-5)

Tashaan Vineyard 1 0-2 2, Ishmyle Sawyers 7 2-4 16, William Johnson 1 0-0 2, Jerry Saunders 2 2-2 6, Antoine Calloway 3 3-4 9, Maurice Brown 6 1-2 13, Donnell Bonds 2 0-2 4.  Totals 22 8-16 52.

Mountain Mission..........................8   12   17   20  —  57

Mount View.....................................6   13   10   23  —  52

Three-point goals — none. Fouled out — Saunders.

*****

Ballard Christian 57, Victory Baptist Academy 40

BALLARD — Josh Deskins scored 33 points and grabbed 16 rebounds, Raymond Spencer added 10 points and Dalton Lankford passed along four assists for Ballard Christian School on Monday. The Eagles outscored their guests from Beaver in every quarter.

Chase Cook led Victory Baptist with 17 points.

Ballard Christian plays Cross Lanes Christian at 6 p.m. Thursday in the opening round of the West Virginia Christian Athletic Tournament (WVCAT) at the Summersville Civic Center.



At Ballard Christian School

VICTORY BAPTIST ACADEMY

Chase Cook 17, Nathan Richmon 6, Daniel Cannon 4, Brandon Radford 8, Sam Matherly 3, Aric Bright 2.

BALLARD CHRISTIAN SCHOOL

Josh Deskins 33, Raymond Spencer 10, Gage Bowles 8, Dalton Lankford 6.

Victory Baptist.........15    7     8   10  —  40

Ballard Christian.......10   17   15   15  —  57

*****

Mercer Christian 61, Appalachian Christian 44

PRINCETON — J.J. Easter and Caleb Janning combined for 48 points to pace the Cavaliers (13-8) on Monday at the MCA gym. Mercer Christian held their visitors to 10 points in each of the first three quarters, and led 30-20 at halftime.

Allen Jones had 14 points and Levi Nichols had 10 for Appalachian Christian.

The Cavaliers will hold their alumni game at 7 p.m. on Friday night. Players are expected back from the 1982 team. Next week, MCA will compete in the West Virginia Christian Education Association (WVCEA) tournament in Bradley.



At Princeton

APPALACHIAN CHRISTIAN

Aaron Tunnell 6, Allen Jones 14, Levi Nichols 10, John Silva 14.

MERCER CHRISTIAN (13-8)

Jo Jo Janning 2, Caleb Janning 21, J.J. Easter 27, Kenny Shrewsberry 8, Luke Maranto 1, David Graham 2.

Appalachian Christian..........10   10   10   14  —  44

Mercer Christian..................15   15   12   19  —  61

Three-point goals — AC 2 (Jones 2), MCA 2 (Easter 2).