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Big 8 Roundup

Posted on Thursday, November 19, 2015 at 1:51 pm

Girls

Swiss 60 – Palmer 35

This one was tight through the first three quarters but the Lady Wildcats used a 24-8 fourth quarter to pull away from the Lady Bulldogs. Peyton Mainord led Swiss with 34 points Regan Meeks followed with 12 including two threes. Kaitlyn Coffelt scored 8 with a three. Jordan Dishroon had 4 and Neveah Avant added two points.

Kristen Stiefel led Palmer with 12. Paige Roden scored 8. Sidnee Scissom had 7. MacKenzie Reeves notched 6 points. Kassy Turner scored 2.

imagesMQ5NXYIYMonteagle 43 – Coalmont 32

The Lady Hornets jumped out to a 12-1 first quarter lead over the Lady Rebels and never looked back. Ashley Green led the way for Monteagle with 24 points. Zoe Harrison followed with 14. Kaylee Lawson scored 4 and Molly Layne scored 1.

Jordan McCullough led Coalmont with 16 including a three pointer. Allison Dickerson scored 2. The remainder of the scoring wasn’t reported.

Swiss 48 – Coalmont 17

The Lady Wildcats took another big win over the Lady Rebels. Kaitlyn Coffelt led Swiss with 12 points. Regan Meeks followed with 11. Peyton Mainord tossed in 10 points. Nevaeh Avant scored 9. Jordan Dishroon scored 4 and Alissa Dodson added 2.

Abigail Childers and Elly Stamper led Coalmont with 4 points each. Taylor Misiolek scored 3. Olivia Nunley and Charlsie Campbell scored 2 points each. Katie Brown and Caitlyn Nunley scored 1 point each.

Monteagle 38 – Palmer 36 OT

The Lady Hornets pulled out the win over the Lady Bulldogs scoring the only 2 points in overtime. Ashley Green was on fire for Monteagle with four three pointers and scoring 22 points to lead the way. Zoe Harrison followed with 8 points. Kaylee Lawson scored four. Alley Cummings and Abby Newsome added 2 points each.

Sidney Scissom led Palmer with 13 points. Kristen Stiefel followed with 11 including a three. MacKenzie Reeves scored 10. Jalie Ruehling added 2 points.

North 49 – Tracy 15

The Lady Warriors opened with a 23-1 first quarter over the Lady Eagles and rolled on to the win. Emma Seagroves and McKenzie Broadway led North with 16 points each. Taylor Meeks scored 6. Leah Hiett notched 4 points. Makayla Kirby had 3. Alexis Cannon and Abby Nunley scored 2 points each.

Alyssa Parson led Tracy City with 8 points. Faith Coffelt followed with 5. Kennedy Warren added 2 points.

North 51 – SAS 24

The Lady Warriors trailed the Lady Mountain Lions by one after the first quarter and then dominated the rest of the game to take the win. Taylor Meeks led North and all scorers with 28 points. McKenzie Broadway followed with 10. Emma Seagroves scored 8. Abby Nunley and Kiera Hobbs scored 2 points each. Leah Hiett added 1 point.

Anna Post led St. Andrews-Sewanee with 15 points. Tessa Shackleford followed with 4. Jenna Black had 2 points. Mary Smith, Sarah Hobby and Riley Burnett had 1 point each.

Boys

Swiss 43 – Palmer 11

The Wildcats led 31-4 at the half and rolled on to the win over the Bulldogs. Nathan Coffelt led 10 Swiss scorers with 8 points. Thaddaeus Blackburn scored 7. Cole Sanders and Mason Cranfill had 5 each and both hit 3 pointers. Evan Nunley, Chris Nance and Daniel Green scored 4 points each. Brayden Sanders, Jordan Hackworth and Jaden Ruehling scored 2 points each.

Ben Freeman led Palmer with 5 points including a three. Tyler White scored 4 points and Gavin Totherow added 2 points.

Monteagle 42 – North 36

The Hornets jumped ahead of the Warriors 14-6 in the first quarter and held on for the win. Kyle Underhill led Monteagle with 21 points. Justin Schaefer followed with 4 and Summer Dees scored 2. The rest of the scoring wasn’t reported.

Jarom Huntley led North with 15 points. Braxton Norris followed with 7 points. Lucas Woodlee and Duncan Chambers scored 6 each. Harley King added 2.

Monteagle 45 – Coalmont 24

The Hornets opened with an 8-2 first quarter and added to their lead in every quarter to take the win over the Rebels. Holden Hargis led Monteagle with 20 points with a three pointer. Jatin Schaerer followed with 11 with a three. Mathew Meeks and Anthony Layne scored 4 points each. Kyle Underhill, Jacob Church and Hayden Jarrett scored 2 points each.

Peyton Nunley and Will Jackson led Coalmont with 8 points each with Nunley scoring a three. Tyler Jackson added 6 points and Ty Bray had 2.

Monteagle 32 – Palmer 30

The Hornets built a 27-12 lead over the first three quarters and held off a 19-6 Bulldog rally in the fourth quarter to take the one point win. Kyle Underhill topped Monteagle with 11 points. H.B. Hargis followed with 7 points including a three pointer. Mathew Meeks hit two threes and J.T. Schaerer also had 6 points. Summer Dees tossed in 2 points.

Ben Freeman led Palmer with 16 points including a three. Bailey Totherow followed with 5 with a three. Tyler White scored 4. Bryson Braden scored 3 points and Gavin Totherow scored 2.

Swiss 63 – Coalmont 8

The Wildcats scored early and often on the way to the win over the Rebels. Jaden Ruehling led Swiss with 11 points on the night. Nathan Coffelt followed with 10. Evan Nunley scored 9 points. Mason Cranfill and Brayden Sanders scored 7 points each. Chris Nance tossed in 6. Thaddaeus Blackburn had 4 points. Daniel Green notched 3. Jordan Hackworth, Joel James and Jacob Shrum all scored 2 points each.

Peyton Nunley led Coalmont with 5 points. Drew West scored 2 and Tyler Jackson had 1.