Bluefield Daily Telegraph, Bluefield, WV

December 15, 2012

Prep girls: Dobbs’ monster game leads River View to first win

Staff reports
Bluefield Daily Telegraph

BRADSHAW — River View got a monster game from Chelsey Dobbs to win its first game of the season.

Dobbs scored 17 points and pulled down 28 rebounds, and also found time to snag five steals and dish out five assists to lead the Raiders to a 37-28 win over Independence on Friday night.

River View (1-4) outscored the Patriots 14-4 in the final period.

Ellamae Johnson added six points, eight rebounds and six steals, while Phyllis Waldron pulled down 11 boards to go with her four points.

Emily Fedakovic canned a trio of 3s to lead Independence (1-3) with 13 points.

River View will host Bluefield on Tuesday.



at River View High School

INDEPENDENCE (1-3)

Krista Harris 4, Brittany Wrenn 3, Krista Greene 2, Emily Fedakovic 13, Kelsey Hart 6.

RIVER VIEW (1-4)

Brittany Coeburn 5, Chesley Dobbs 17, Kirsten Dority 5, Ellamae Johnson 6, Phyllis Waldron 4.

Independence........................4  13  7  4  —  28

River View.............................6  10  7  14  —  37

3-point goals: IN 3 (Fedakovic 3); RV 0. JV—RV 22-20 OT.



Bluefield 62,

Liberty 24

GLEN DANIEL — Shelia Hopkins scored 14 points and the Bluefield Beavers hammered Liberty.

Jessilyn Fullerton tallied 14 points, while Khadijah Brown added 11 points for Bluefield (3-2). Destiney Sims had eight points for the Beavers.

Liberty (0-5) was led by Katana Bryant and Stacey Williams with eight points apiece.

Bluefield will visit River View on Tuesday.



BLUEFIELD (3-2)

Kaitlyn Thompson 2, Destiney Sims 8, Dazia Edwards 2, Tyra Jackson 4, Khadijah Brown 11, Jessilyn Fullerton 14, Courtney Auville 3, Abby Atwell 2, Shelia Hopkins 16.

LIBERTY (0-5)

K.Bryant 8, A.Treadway 2, S.Daniels 2, A.Herron 2, T.Law 1, S.Williams 8, K.McGinnis 1.  

Bluefield................................18  10  26  8  —  62

Liberty......................................6   6  4  8  —  24

3-point goals: BF 2 (Fullerton 1, Brown 1); LB 0.  



Meadow Bridge 54, Montcalm 34

MEADOW BRIDGE — Chandra Harrah scored 22 points and Sarah Fleshman added 11 to lead the Wildcats past the Generals.

Montcalm (1-4) was paced by Miranda Kendrick’s 16 points and 11 from Leslie Kelley.

Montcalm will host Mercer Christian on Tuesday.



at Meadow Bridge

MONTCALM (1-4)

Mabe 1, Miranda Kendrick 16, Tyree 2, Leslie Kelley 11, Coleman 2.

MEADOW BRIDGE (4-0)

Chandra Harrah 22, Gilkerson 2, Sarah Fleshman 11, White 2, Mullens 8, Redden 4, Adkins 2, Pugh 2, Pennington 1.

Montcalm..................................5  5  16  8  — 34

Meadow Bridge......................21 13  8  12  —  54

 

 

James Monroe 39, Mount View 29

LINDSIDE — Kelsie Mann scored 14 points and pulled down nine rebounds to lead the Mavericks past the Golden Knights.

Jordan Page added 11 points for James Monroe, which will play George Wythe in the Narrows Holiday Christmas Tournament today at 3 p.m.

Ashley Belfiore and Gezelle Brown had seven points apiece for Mount View, which lost for the first time this season.



MOUNT VIEW (4-1)

Ashley Belfiore 7, Jordan Younger 2, Perkins 3, Gezelle Brown 7, Bright 4, Johnson 6.

JAMES MONROE (3-2)

Carter Shiflet 3, Courtney Sams 3, Jordan Page 11, Kelsie Mann 14, Rebecca Sparks 2, Laine Shiflet 2, Kelsie Gillespie 1, Lauren Throckmorton 2.

Mount View.............................4  8  4  13  —  29

James Monroe.....................11  10  10  8  —  39

3-point goals: MV 1 (Belfiore 1); JM 1 (Sams 1).  



Summers County 68, Webster County 38

HINTON — Brandi Morrison scored 14 points and Brennah Davis added 12 to lead Summers County past the Highlanders in the Rogers Oil Classic.

The Bobcats will play Clay County tonight for the championship. The Panthers defeated Pocahontas County 67-30 in the opener.

Avery Pivont, Tyra Wynes, Emily Smith and Abby Taylor all scored eight points for Summers County, which improved to 4-0.

Brandi Clevinger led Webster County with 14 points.



at Summers County High School

WEBSTER COUNTY (3-2)

Samantha Stout 1 0-0 2, Erin Brown 1 0-0 2, Brittany Young 2 1-2 5, Brandi Clevenger 6 2-2 14, Taylor Anderson 5 0-0 10, Meagen Bragg 0 0-0 0, Brooke Davis 0 0-0 0, Stacie Robinson 0 0-0 0, Kendall Riffle 0 0-0 0, Samantha Miller 0 0-0 0, Brooke Davis 0 2-4 2, Haley Wright 0 3-4 3. Totals: 15 8-11 38.

SUMMERS COUNTY (4-0)

Hayley Shrewsbury 1 0-2 2, Avery Pivont 3 1-2 8, Tyra Wynes 4 0-0 8, Brandy Morrison 5 4-5 14, Shelby Smith 1 0-0 2, Abby Taylor 3 2-2 8, Audrey Holley 2 0-0 4, Brittany Bonds 0 2-2 2, Emily Smith 4 0-1 8, Brennah Davis. 5 2-3 12, Kaitlyn Thomas 0 0-0 0 Totals: 27 11-17 68.

Webster County....................12  7  10  9  —  38

Summers County................16  15  23  14  —  68

3-point goals — WC: None; SC: 1 (Pivont). Fouled out — Anderson.





Dayspring 49, Mercer Christian 34

PRINCETON — Jamie Brown scored 27 points but it was not quite enough as the Mercer Christian Academy girls lost to Dayspring, Friday night at the MCA gymnasium.

Brown also had nine steals and eight rebounds. Sammi Goins and Brooke Bradford had 10 rebounds apiece for the Lady Cavs.

Mercer Christian is now 3-3 and plays Tuesday at Montcalm.



At MCA

DAYSPRING (49)

Morrill 11, Rice 5, Linkous 5, Ribbons 13, Whetzel 3, Goodhart 8, Sarrge 2, Tagg 2.

MERCER CHRISTIAN (34)

Jamie Brown 27, Goins 4, Bradford 3

Dayspring.........................17  10  11  11 —  49

Mercer Christian................8   11  4  11  —  34

Three point baskets - DCA: Morrill. MCA: Brown





Thursday’s Game

Princeton 64,

Nitro 41

NITRO — McKenzie Akers scored 25 points and Marissa Mullins added 22 to lead Princeton past the Wildcats in a game played Thursday night.

Mullins connected on five 3s for Princeton, while Akers hit on four from long range. Rachel Surface tossed in eight points for the Tigers.

Savannah Shomblin led Nitro with 13 points, while Kelli Downs canned 10.

Princeton  (3-0) will host PikeView on Tuesday.



At Nitro High School

PRINCETON (64)

McKenzie Akers 25, Marissa Mullins 22, Payne 5, Lambert 4, Surface 8.

NITRO (41)

Savannah Shomblin 13, Linville 5, Mace 4, Godbey 2, Belcher 3, Kelli Downs 10, Hill 4.

Princeton............................20  9   15  20  —  64

Nitro....................................12  12   8   9  —  41

Three point baskets: P 9 (Mullins 5, Akers 4); NT 1 (Shomblin 1).