Big 8 Round Up

Deadline for Big 8 results to be turned in to the Grundy County Herald is noon on Mondays. All names are spelled as turned in on the score sheets. If your school’s results are not listed it is because they have not turned in their results to the Herald. Scorekeepers please fill out all areas of the score sheet including quarter-by-quarter score and first and last names of players. Only results with full names of players from both teams and their scoring and stats will be published.

Any team needing Big 8 Report stat sheets used to turn in results can get them by emailing David Lowrie at or by picking them up at the Grundy County Herald office.

Girls: Pelham 28 – Palmer 27

The Lady Tigers took a 20-10 first half lead and had to hold off a Lady Bulldog second half rally to take the one point win. Lacy Nunley led Pelham with 14 points. Emily Parks scored eight. Josie Payne had four and Trinity Walker scored two. Tiffany Nolan led Palmer and all scorers with 17 points. Sumer Payne scored six. Ariel Nolan and Olivia Payne scored two each.

Monteagle 43 – Coalmont 29

The Lady Hornets led 8-4 over the Lady Rebels and never looked back. Blaire Foshee led Monteagle with 13 points. Keely Reese followed with 11. Kara Meeks was next with 10 points. Shala Bennett scored six and Caitlyn Ladd had two. Destiny Sanders topped Coalmont with six points. Bailee Sweeton scored five. Emily Rhea, Charlotte Rice, MaKenzie Sterens and Caitlyn Layne all scored four points each. Liz Morgan added two.

Palmer 25 – Tracy 23

In a back and forth battle the Lady Bulldogs used an 8-5 fourth quarter to take the win over the Lady Eagles. Tiffany Nolan led Palmer with 12 points. Ariel Caldwell scored six. Sumer Payne had three. Olivia Payne and Kassy Turner scored two each. Rachel Shrum and Latrice Anderson scored six each to lead the Lady Eagles and both hit a three pointer. Megan O’Neal scored five. Delaney Hughes, Morgan Meeks and Emily Stiefel scored two each.

Pelham 43 – Coalmont 42

The Lady Tigers led 13-3 after one quarter but the Lady Rebels had plenty of fight left in them. Coalmont led 33-32 after three but Pelham pulled it out in the final quarter. Lacy Nunley led Pelham with 23 points. Emily parks scored eight. Katie Payne and Meleah Stevens scored four each. Trinidy Walker added three. Destiny Sanders led Coalmont with 19 points. Bailee Sweeton followed with 14. Emily Rhea had six. Hanna Tate scored three.

Boys: Palmer 41 – Pelham 27

The Bulldogs led 12-7 after one and rolled on to the win over the Tigers. Trey Hampton rained in 32 points for Palmer. Ryan Travis scored seven. Jacob Peoples had two. Kenzie Hill led Pelham with 11 points. Jon Brown had 10. Sebastian Ledford scored four and Jacob Landis had two.

Monteagle 64 – Coalmont 37

The Hornets led early and often taking the win over the Rebels. Corbin Lusk led Monteagle with 21 points. Colby Melton followed with 13. Blaine Harris scored 11. Grayson Lawson, River Nunley and Jacob Thomas scored four each. Hunter Sylvester had three and J.T. Schaerer had two. Noah Bean led Coalmont with 17 points. Steven Yates tossed in 11. Brandonle Bennett scored four and Jaren Meeks had two.

SAS 25 – North 19

The Mountain Lions took a 10-2 lead after the first quarter and never trailed in notching the win over the Warriors. Ryan Toomey led St. Andrews-Sewanee with 17 points including three from three point land. Dustin Stansby scored four. Joseph McDonough and Isaac Smith scored two each. Thomas Roberts led North with nine points. Tyler Patrick followed with four. Aaron Comer and Casen King scored three each.

Palmer 65 – Tracy 34

The Bulldogs played big again and led the Eagles from start to finish. Trey Hampton scored 43 points with four three pointers to lead Palmer. Jacob Peoples scored six. Ryan Travis and J.P. Sanders had three each. Alec Turner, Lukas Borne, Dean Nunley, Ben Freeman and Paul Allen Wise scored two each. Johnny Atkins scored 17 to lead Tracy City with two threes. Dalton Fults and Gage Reeves hit two three pointers each. Eli Tipton scored five with a three pointer.

Coalmont 48 – Pelham 34

The Rebels led 16-2 after one and rolled on to the win over the Tigers. Noah Bean led Coalmont with 22. Steven Yates followed with nine. Jaren Meeks scored seven. Logan Crisp had six. Kole Layne and Eric Norman scored two each. Kenzie Hill led Pelham with 10. Sebastian Ledford followed with nine. Jon Brown scored eight. Hunter Bellen had five and Jacob Landis scored two.


Posted on Tuesday, November 12, 2013 at 2:32 pm