Bluefield Daily Telegraph, Bluefield, WV

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December 7, 2012

Bluefield topples Greenbrier West, PikeView falls

BLUEFIELD — The Bluefield Lady Beavers improved to 2-2 on the young season with a 70-33 win over the Greenbrier West Spartans, Thursday night at the BHS gymnasium.

Eleven Lady Beavers got into the scoring column led by Destiney Sims with 17 and Jesslyn Fullerton with 10. Rachel Redden paced the Lady Cavaliers with 10.

Bluefield is off until next Friday when they travel to Liberty-Raleigh.

At Bluefield High School

GREENBRIER WEST (33)

Rachel Redden 10, Emily Holliday 8, Maddy Bridges 6, Kristen Harris 5, Amber Nutter 2, Chenelle Brooks 2

BLUEFIELD (70)

Kaitlyn Thompson 2, Destiney Sims 17, Dazia Edwards 9, Tyra Jackson 6, Kahdijah Brown 8, Jessica Hayden 3, Bailey Cassell 2, Jesslyn Fullerton 10, Teryn Auville 2, Courtney Auville 7, Jessica Lester 4

Greenbrier West...................6   8   6   13  —  33

Bluefield.............................16  15  24  15  —  70

Three point baskets: GW - Redden, BLF - Sims, Hayden

Greater Beckley 40, Mercer Christian 39

PRINCETON — Emily Covey came off the bench and hit a three at the buzzer to give Greater Beckley a 40-39 win over Mercer Christian, Thursday night.

Jaime Brown led MCA with a game-high 33 points and nine steals, while Beka Graham and Liz Graham topped the Greater Beckley scoring column with 13 apiece. Brooke Bradford had a game-high 13 rebounds for MCA and teammate Sammie Goins pulled down 10.

Mercer Christian Academy hosts Seneca Trail Christian School on Monday afternoon at the MCA Gym.

At Mercer Christian Academy

GREATER BECKLEY (40)

Emily Covey 3, Ki Ki Peterson 4, Kayla Hill 2, Allie Warden 5, Beka Graham 13, Liz Graham 13.

MERCER CHRISTIAN (39)

Jaime Brown 33, Sammie Goins 6

Greater Beckley...................6   6   14  14  —  40

Mercer Christian..................8  10  9   12  —  39

Three point baskets: GB - Covey, Warden, L. Graham (3); MCA - none

Boys

Wyoming East 87, PikeView 58

NEW RICHMOND — Brett Bowling scorched the nets for 28 points to lead the Wyoming East Warriors past the PikeView Panthers in the season-opening game for both teams.

Zach Meadows led PikeView with 19 points and Logan McKinney addd 13.

PikeView plays Friday at Bluefield, while Wyoming East hosts Woodrow Wilson.

Wyoming East won the JV game 72-56.

At Wyoming East High School

PIKEVIEW (58)

Wood 2, Flinchum 2, Cordell 4, Weitzel 9, Farley 9, Zach Meadows 19, Logan McKinney 13.

WYOMING EAST (87)

Sinecoff 4, Austin Canada 15, Sandy 3, Lester 9, Morgan 2, Josh Tunstalle 13, Cornett 9, Hedinger 4, Brett Bowling 28

PikeView.............................17  17  10  14  —  58

Wyoming East....................22  22  32  11  —  87

Three point baskets: PV - Weitzel, Farley, Meadows 2; WE - Canada, Sandy, Cornett

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