HURLEY, Va. — Allison Hunter scored 16 points, dished out 16 assists and snagged 10 steals, leading Tazewell to a 96-54 non-district win over Hurley on Tuesday night.

Whitney Muncy added 22 points for Tazewell (4-1), while Zachlynn Blackburn had 19 and Whitney Davis added 13. Tazewell will travel to Abingdon on Friday.

Aelisha Allen led Hurley with 18 points, while Tara Hall added 17 and Sarah Justus tossed in 15.



TAZEWELL (96)

Whitney Muncy 22, Zachlynn Blackburn 19, Allison Hunter 16, Whitney Davis 13, Samantha Shepard 8, Tiffany Harris 6, Courtney Brooks 6, Kristi Hale 4, Audra Matney 2, Leslie Mitchell 0.

HURLEY (54)

Tara Hall 17, Aelisha Allen 18, Sarah Justus 15, Brandy Lester 4, Sarah

3-point goals: TZ 0; HR 6 (Justus 3, Hall 3). JV—TZ 36-6.



Summers County 57

PikeView 40

CHARLESTON — Sieirra Brown scored 23 points, while Catana Mullen added 10, leading Summers County to a 57-40 victory over PikeView Wednesday in the Hoops Classic.

Trista Thomas led the Panthers with 10 points and 10 rebounds, while earning MVP honors. Jenny Wynes was named MVP for Summers County.

PikeView.................................................................9 8 10 13 — 40

Summers Count..................................................12 17 21 8 — 57





Pipestem Christian Academy 40,

Fenaca Trail 31

LEWISBURG — Brittany Mansfield scored 18 points, grabbed 16 rebounds and swiped eight steals, helping Pipestem Christian Academy improve to 3-0 on the season.

Megan Kinzer scored nine points and grabbed six rebounds, while Miranda Norman had a trio of 5’s, rebounds, points and steals. Fifth-grader Hayley Shrewsbury, who is part of the varsity program, scored six points.

Marlee Taylor led Fenaca Trail with 15 points. These teams will meet again at Fenaca Trail on Jan. 6.



Boys

Capital 72, Mount View 56

CHARLESTON—Mike Helm scored 14 points and Cordero High added 13, but it wasn’t enough for Mount View, which dropped a decision to Capital in the Hoops Classic.

Shannon Thomas added 12 points for the Golden Knights. James Parker led Capital with 18 points.



MOUNT VIEW (56)

Edwards 3, S.Thomas 12, Spencer 4, A.Thomas 3, Martin 3, Horton 4, High 13, Helm 14.

CAPITAL (72)

Lewis 11, Parker 18, Holstein 13, Hurd 9, Hall 2, Beasley 2, Booth 2, Witten 13.

Mount View..........................................................14 13 15 14 — 56

Capital.................................................................17 10 23 22 — 72



Narrows 60, JMonroe 59

LINDSIDE — Jon Butler accepted a pass from J.W. Lucas and hit a short jumper with two seconds left on the clock, leading the Green Wave to a thrilling win over the Mavericks on Tuesday night.

Butler led the Green Wave (2-0) with 11 points, while Justin Thornton tossed in 10. Cory Bradley scored 17 points for James Monroe, while Corey Miller and Matt Bumgardner added 11 points apiece.



NARROWS (60)

Jon Butler 11, Justin Thornton 10, Vaught 3, Martin 9, Underwood 5, Lucas 4, Waldren 5, Akers 7, Thompson 6.

JAMES MONROE (59)

Cory Bradley 17, Corey Miller 11, Matt Bumgardner 11, Mullins 8, Tuggle 1, Archie 3, Whitmore 8.

Narrow................................................................17 13 12 18 — 60

James Monroe...................................................10 18 8 23 — 59

3-point goals: NR 4(Martin 3, Thornton 1); JM 7 (Bradley 3, Whitmore 2, Miller 1, Archie 1). JV—JM 59-46



Summers County 53, Beckley Christian 47

HINTON — James Payne won the 200th game of his coaching career on Tuesday night, leading Summers County past Beckley Christian.

Justin Bennett scored 23 points and Andrew Gunnoe added 11 points in the win. Robert Rogers led Beckley Christian with 20 points.



BECKLEY CHRISTIAN (47)

Robert Rogers 20, Emanuel Bland 6, B.J. Ansley 10, Dimitri Carter 5, Aaron Williams 0, Justin Clemens 6, Eric Johnson 0.

SUMMERS COUNTY (53)

Amos Hicks 0, Mark Stiltner 3, Randy Burdette 0, Brandon Paumley 0, Jeremiah Yancey 2, Jerod Ewing 4, Andrew Gunnoe 11, Justin Bennett 23, Ryan King 10.

Beckley Christian.................................................6 13 12 16 — 47

Summers County................................................12 18 11 12 — 53

3-point goals: BC 5 (Rogers 2, Bland 1, Carter 1); SC 1 (Bennett 1). JV—SC 58-22.





















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