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Sunday, 10 January 2010
Shooting for the Cure (Girls) January 9, 2010
Topic: Basketball

SFTC(Girls)

Blue Chip All-Stars “Shooting for the Cure”

Cardinal Arena University of Louisville

January 9, 2010

 

Lexington Christian Academy (8-3)  vs.  Louisville Moore (9-7)

Lexington Christian Academy coach Jason Seamands started the following lineup: 6-2 Sr. Sarah Beth Barnette, 5-11 Jr. Kelli Rhinehart, 6-0 So. Kristen Jacob, 5-5 Jr. Rachel Cox, and 5-5 So. Kelli Mitchuson.  Louisville Moore coach David Meadows countered with 5-6 Sr. Whitney Jones, 5-9 Sr. Jessica Guy, 6-3 Sr. Ondrea Shaw, 5-2 Sr. Quanee Lane, and 4-4 So. Danielle Wilson.

LCA scored 22 points off 25 Moore turnovers in a 56-29 victory over Moore.  LCA shot 33.9% from the field including six of 24 from the three point line.  The Lady Eagles connected on eight of 12 free throws and pulled down 44 rebounds.  Moore shot 20.3% from the field including two of 10 from beyond the arc.  The Lady Mustangs connected on three pf 11 free throws, pulled down 51 rebounds, and scored seven points off 15 LCA turnovers.

Sarah Beth Barnette led LCA with 21 points including three three point baskets.  Barnette also recorded eight rebounds, four assists, and five steals.  Kelli Rhinehart added 11 points, seven rebounds, and five steals.  Kelli Mitchuson chipped in with 10 points.  Kristen Jacob recorded seven points and 12 rebounds.

Whitney Jones led Moore with nine points and nine rebounds.  5-4 Sr. Allisandra Ward  added seven points.  Ondrea Shaw recorded six points, 16 rebounds, and blocked five shots.

Lexington Christian  13    19    7    17  -  56

Louisville Moore       5      9    13     2  -  29

Lexington Christian (56) – Barnette 21, Rhinehart 11, Jacob 7, Cox 0, Mitchuson 10, Bundy 3, Evans 4.

Louisville Moore (29) – Jones 9, Guy 3, Shaw 6, Lane 2, Wilson 0, Ward 7, Parker 2.

 

Montgomery County (7-6)  vs.  Franklin County (12-4)

Montgomery County coach Janie Robinson started the following lineup: 5-7 So. Destiny Taul, 5-8 Fr. Olivia Colliver, 5-11 Fr. Macie Spence, 5-6 Sr. Tori Cincotta, and 5-6 Sr. Jenny Lausti.  Franklin County coach Joey Thacker countered with 5-7  Jr. Chelsea Brown, 5-10 So. Ashli Mayes, 5-10 Sr. Chelsea Craig, 5-6 Jr. Lacinda Hack, and 5-4 8th grader Nannilena White.

Franklin County defeated Montgomery County 49-48 in overtime.  Franklin County shot 34.8% from the field including zero of five from the three point line.  The Lady Flyers connected on 17 of 27 free throws, pulled down 43 rebounds, and scored 13 points off 16 Montgomery County turnovers.  Montgomery County shot 36.5% from the field including three of 16 from beyond the arc.  The Lady Indians connected on seven of 10 free throws, pulled down 29 rebounds, and scored 16 points off 20 Franklin County turnovers.

Chelsea Craig led Franklin County with 23 points and 15 rebounds.  Ashli Mayes added nine points and nine rebounds.

Macie Spence led Montgomery County with 15 points and 1o rebounds.  Jenny Lausti added 10 points and dished out seven assists.

Montgomery County   10    9    16    11    2  -  48

Franklin County           8   13   14    11    3  -  49

Montgomery County (48) -  Taul 8, Colliver 4, Spence 15, Cincotta 4, Lausti 10, Lockett 7.

Franklin County (49) - Brown 0, Mayes 9, Craig 23, Hack 2, White 7, Timmons 2, Smith 6.

 

Owensboro Catholic (6-8)  vs.  Ballard (9-6)

Owensboro Catholic coach Ray Zuberer started the following lineup: 5-11 Fr. Becca Greenwell, 5-7 Sr. Kaley Robertson, 5-11 So. Mary Kate Clemens, 5-4 Sr. Martina Riney, and 5-6 Sr. Kaitlyn Elder.  Ballard coach Steve Kaufman countered with 6-3 Jr. Ciara Woods, 5-5 Jr. Porscha Saunders, 6-2 Jr. Jaylan Bodiford, 5-7 Sr. Nicole Heitz, and 5-7 Sr. Larissa Stafford.

Ballard outscored Owensboro Catholic 21-6 in the second quarter on their way to a 58-46 victory.  Ballard shot 37.3% from the field including four of 12 from the three point line.  The Lady Bruins connected on four of 10 free throws, pulled down 39 rebounds, and scored 22 points off 21 Owensboro Catholic turnovers.  Owensboro Catholic shot 45% from the field including one of 10 from beyond the arc.  The Lady Aces connected on nine of 11 free throws, pulled down 28 rebounds, and scored 13 points off  14 Ballard turnovers.  Ballard attempted 27 more shots fom the field (67-40) than Owensboro Catholic.

Nicole Heitz led a balanced Ballard attack with 12 points.  Jaylan Bodiford and Larissa Stafford added eight and seven points respectively.

Becca Greenwell led Owensboro Catholic with 30 points and 15 rebounds. 

Owensboro Catholic     9    6   14    17  -  46

Ballard                       12  21   15    10  -  58

Owensboro Catholic (46) – Greenwell 30, Robertson 2, Clemens 4, M. Riney 3, Elder 0, Greathouse 4, Dooper 3.

Ballard  (58) – Woods 6, Saunders 6, Bodiford 8, Heitz 12, Stafford 7, Newby 2, Shanklin 5, Thomas 6, Smith 4, Cureton 2.

 

North Hardin (6-9)  vs.  Christian Academy of Louisville (9-2)

North Hardin coach James Slaven started the following lineup: 5-9 Sr. Michelle Mosley, 5-8 Fr. Chanel Roberts, 5-11 Sr. Destiny Bramblett, 5-4 So. Brianna Woodson, and 5-3 Sr. Lexi Taft.  Christian Academy of Louisville coach Don Rice countered with 5-11 Sr. Anna Hart, 5-10 Sr. Allison Karst, 6-1 Sr. Antonita Slaughter, 5-7 Jr. Emily Walden, and 5-9 Fr. China Dow.

Christian Academy of Louisville defeated North Hardin by a score of 58-50.  CAL shot 37.9% from the field including nine of 21 from the three point line.  The Lady Centurions connected on five of six free throws, pulled down 37 rebounds, and scored 15 points off 18 North Hardin turnovers.  North Hardin shot 40.5% from the field including seven of 15 from beyond the arc.  The Lady Trojans connected on 13 of 19 free throws, pulled down 27 rebounds, and scored 12 points off 13 CAL turnovers.

Allison Karst led CAL with 22 points including four three point baskets.  Karst also pulled down five rebounds and dished out five assists.  Antonita Slaughter added 20 points including four three point baskets , pulled down 10 rebounds and dished out five assists.  China Dow recorded nine points, seven rebounds, four assists, and seven steals.

Destiny Bramblett led North Hardin with 22 points and 12 rebounds.  Lexi Taft added 16 points including four three point baskets.

North Hardin  10    17    9    14  -  50

CAL               15    17    8    18  -  58

North Hardin (50) – Mosley 0, Roberts 4, Bramblett 22, Woodson 8, Taft 16.

CAL (58) – Hart 2, Karst 22, Slaughter 20, Walden 0, Dow 9, Dale 2, Erickson 3.

 

duPont Manual (11-3)  vs.  Scott County (8-4)

Manual coach Stacy Pendleton started the following lineup: 5-10 Jr. Mechael Guess, 5-10 So. Kara Wright, 6-2 Sr. Zakiyah Martin, 5-8 So. Lauren Bodine, and 5-7 S0. April Wilson.  Scott County coach Steve Helton countered with 5-11 8th grader Tereka Guyn, 5-11 Sr. Madisen Webb, 5-9 Jr. Alex McKenzie, 5-8 So. Mary Logsdon, and 5-9 Jr. Kristen Stainback.

Manual scored 34 points off 34 Scott County turnovers in an 83-43 victory.  Manual shot 41.3% from the field including five of 20 from the three point line.  The Lady Crimson connected on 16 of 27 free throws, pulled down 48 rebounds and held a 39-21 advantage in bench scoring.  Scott County shot 25.6% from the field including two of 10 from beyond the arc.  The Lady Cardinals connected on 21 of 34 free throws, pulled down 39 rebounds, and scored five points off 14 Manual turnovers.

Mechael Guess led a balanced Manual attack with 13 points and seven rebounds.  6-1 Fr. Kayla Styles and Lauren Bodine added nine points each.  Zakiyah Martin, April Wilson, and 5-5 Jr. Raven Hester added eight points each.  Wilson also recorded seven steals. 

Kristen Stainback led Scott County with 12 points.  Tereka Guyn added seven points and eight rebounds.  5-6 So. Ally Conrad also scored seven points. Alex McKenzie pulled down nine rebounds.

Manual            23    21    16    23  -  83

Scott County    10    10     8    15  -  43

Manual (83) – Guess 13, K, Wright 6, Martin 8, Bodine 9, Wilson 8, Styles 9, Hester 8, L. Wright 4, Long 3, Curry 5, Allen 3, Lauterbach 5, M. Martin 2.

Scott County (43) – Guyn 7, Webb 3, McKenzie 0, Logsdon 5, Stainback 12, Christopher 4, Conrad 7, Huellemeier 4, Guy 3, De Foor 1, Luckett 2.

 

Highlands (7-4)  vs.  Sacred Heart Academy (7-6)

Highlands coach Jaime Walz Richey started the following lineup: 6-0 Fr. Leah Schaefer, 5-8 Sr. Hope Cutter, 6-0 Sr. Bekah Towles, 5-3 Jr. Allie Conner, and 5-8 Sr. Katie Allen.  Sacred Heart Academy coach Donna Moir countered with 5-11 Jr. Annamarie Campbell, 5-9 Sr. mary Gordon Stough, 5-10 Jr. Morgan Clemons, 5-4 Jr. Maddie Peabody, and 5-5 Jr. Hannah Washle.

Sacred Heart outscored Highlands 16-5 in the third quarter ina 50-41 victory over Highlands.  The victors scored 23 points off 21 Highlands turnovers.

Sacred Heart shot 32.7% from the field including three of seven from the three point line.  The Valkyries connected on 15 of 29 free throws and pulled down 35 rebounds.  Highlands shot 30.2% from the field including four of 13 from beyond the arc.  The Bluebirds connected on 11 of 14 free throws, pulled down 39 rebounds, and scored seven points off 14 Sacred Heart turnovers.

Maddie Peabody led Sacred Heart with 14 points including three three point baskets.  Annamarie Campbell added 13 points and seven rebounds.  Mary Gordon Stough chipped in with 11 points and seven rebounds.

Bekah Towles led Highlands with 15 points and 16 rebounds.  Katie Allen added 14 points.

Highlands         9    8    5    19  -  41

Sacred Heart    8   10  16   16  -  50

Highlands (41) – Schaefer 2, Cutter 1, Towles 15, Conner 6, Allen 14, Abner 2, Daley 1.

Sacred Heart (50) – Campbell 13, Stough 11, Clemons 5, Peabody 14, Washle 7.

 

Bullitt East (11-2)  vs.  Mercy Academy  (9-3)

Bullitt East coach Chris Stallings started the following lineup:  5-10 Sr. Shelby Romine, 5-9 Sr. jade Troutman, 5-10 Sr. Samantha Johnson, 5-6 Jr. Jessica Philpott, and 5-11 Sr. Kayla Thacker.  Mercy Academy coach Mark Evans countered with 5-10 So. Christine Roush, 5-9 Sr. Therese Montano, 5-11 So. Courtney Roush, 5-5 Jr. Lauren Faris, and 5-8 Jr. Juliann Miller.

Jade Troutman hit a three point basket in the closing seconds to give Bullitt East a 60-59 victory over Mercy in a thriller.

Bullitt East shot 43.5% from the field including three of 11 from the three point line.  The Lady Chargers connected on 17 of 25 free throws, pulled down 43 rebounds, and scored 18 points off 13 Mercy turnovers.  Mercy shot 29.6% from the field including five of 18 from beyond the arc.  The Jaguars connected on 22 of 27 free throws, pulled down 30 rebound, and scored 14 points off 22 Bullitt East turnovers.

Shelby Romine led Bullitt East with 12 points and 13 rebounds.  Kayla Thacker added 11 points, six rebounds, and five assists.  Jade Troutman and Samantha Johnson added 11 and 10 points respectively.

Juliann Miller led Mercy with 19 points including 10 of 12 from the three point line.  5-9 Sr. Ellen Sholtes added 13 points.

Bullitt East    12    22    11    15  -  60

Mercy           10    19    17    13  -  59

Bullitt East (60) – Romine 12, Troutman 11, Johnson 10, Philpott 7, Thacker 11, Isabel 6, Young 2, Stansbury 1.

Mercy (59)- Ch. Roush 0, Montano 6, Co. Roush 0, Faris 2, Miller 19, Sholtes 13, Cruz 8, Goetz 9, Hartlage 2.

 

Acknowledgements:  A special thanks to Bob Tonini of Sacred Heart Academy for providing the comprehensive statistics for all the games today.  Also a special thanks to Jim Underwood and his organization for putting together an excellent day of basketball for a worthy cause. All proceeds of this event go to the James Graham Brown Cancer Center.


Posted by REH at 11:39 AM EST
Updated: Sunday, 10 January 2010 11:42 AM EST
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Central Bank Basketball Classic (Boys)
Topic: Basketball

CBBC1

Central Bank Basketball Classic Day No. 1 January 8, 2010 @Lexington Christian Academy

Quality Education Academy  vs.  Mountain State Academy

Quality Education Academy started the following lineup: 6-7 Jr. Dominic Pointer, 6-10 Jr. Quincy Miller, 6-10 Sr. Juvonte Reddic, 6-0 Jr. Anthony Fields, and 6-4 Jr. Charles McKinney.  Mountain State Academy countered with 6-7 So. Anthony Bennett, 6-6 Sr. Justin Martin, 7-1 Sr. David Nyarsuk, 6-4 Jr. Ronald Ross, and 6-2 Sr. Jabs Newby.

Mountain State Academy outscored Quality Education Academy 18-9 in the final quarter to earn a 58-57 victory.  Quality Education held a 25-13 lead in the second quarter.  Mountain State held a 23-10 advantage in second chance points.

Mountain State shot 33.8% from the field including six of 23 from the three point line.  The Falcons connected on six of 11 free throws, pulled down 48 rebounds, and scored 16 points off 17 Quality Education Academy turnovers.  Quality Education Academy shot 47.9% from the field including four of 14 from beyond the arc.  The Pharoahs connected on seven of 14 free throws, pulled down 27 rebounds, and scored 16 points off 15 Mountain State Academy turnovers.

Anthony Bennett led Mountain State Academy with 16 points and 10 rebounds.  Ronald Ross added 12 points.  David Nyarsuk recorded 10 points and 13 rebounds. 

Juvonte Reddic and Quincy Miller led Quality Education Academy with 17 points each.  Miller recorded three three point baskets.

Quality Education Academy      16    17    15     9  -  57

Mountain State Academy          11    15    14   18  -  58

Quality Education Academy  (57) – Pointer 2, Miller 17, Reddic 17, Fields 4, McKinney 4, Love 6, Bowen 6, Ajayi 1.

Mountain State Academy  (58) – Bennett 16, Martin 6, Nyarsuk 10, Ross 12, Newby 5, Ibrahim 9.

 

Featured Players

Quality Education Academy – 6-2 Sr. Stargell Love – Offered by UNC-Greensboro Recruited by Auburn, Baylor, UMASS, Mississippi, Mississippi State, UCLA.  6-10 Jr Quincy Miller- Offered by Alabama, Auburn, Baylor, Charlotte, Duke, Illinois, Kentucky, Marquette, Michigan, Oklahoma, Oklahoma State, Oregon, Purdue, South Carolina, Tennessee, Wake Forrest, Recruited by UCONN, Florida, Kansas, Memphis, UNC, North Carolina State, UCLA.

Mountain State Academy – 6-6 Sr. Justin Martin committed to Xavier. 7-1 Sr. David Nyarsuk committed to West Virginia. 6-2 Sr. Jabs Newby committed to EKU. 6-6 So. Obij Aget Offered by Alabama, Arkansas, Florida, Mississippi, Missouri. Recruited by Indiana, Tennessee.

Acknowledgements: A special thanks to WL Stats for providing the comprehensive statistics for tonight’s game.  Also a note of appreciation to Lexington Christian Academy for providing the promo information on the teams and featured players in this event.

 

Central Bank Basketball Classic Day No. 2 January 9, 2010 @ Lexington Christian Academy

Scott County (8-5)  vs.  Male (7-6)

Scott County coach Billy Hicks started the following lineup: 6-3 So. Tamron Manning, 6-2 So. Isaiah Ivey, 6-8 Sr. Dakotah Euton, 6-3 Sr. Ge-Lawn Guyn, and 6-4 Sr. Chad Jackson.  Male coach Tom Crews countered with 6-2 Sr. James Pillischafske, 6-4 Sr. Tony Horne, 6-1 Sr. Donavis Duncan, 6-0 Sr. Kevin Glenn, and 5-11 Sr. D’Carlo Hayes.

Male raced out to a 15-2 early lead but Scott County rallied and pulled away for a 69-54 victory.  Male only connected on 15 of 30 free throws and Scott County held a 25-8 advantage in bench scoring.

Scott County shot 53.8% from the field including six of 15 from the three point line.  The Cardinals connected on seven of 10 free throws, pulled down 38 rebounds, and scored five points off 14 Male turnovers.  Male shot 35.3% from the field including three of 17 from beyond the arc.  The Bulldogs pulled down 23 rebounds and scored 21 points off 23 Scott County turnovers.

6-3 Sr. Austin Flannery came off the bench to lead Scott County with 23 points including three three point baskets and pulled down five rebounds.  Dakotah Euton added 15 points including three three point baskets and pulled down 12 rebounds.  Ge-Lawn Guyn chipped in with 14 rebounds, five rebounds, and five assists.  Chad Jackson recorded 13 points and nine rebounds.

Tony Horne led Male with 17 points and six rebounds.  James Pillischafske and D’Carlo Hayes added 12 and 11 points respectively.

Scott County   10    23    11    25  -  69

Male               17    13    12    12  -  54

Scott County  (69) – Manning 2, Ivey 0, Euton 15, Guyn 14, Jackson 13, Shotwell 2, Flannery 23.

Male (54) - Pillischafske 12, Horne 17, Duncan 2, Glenn 4, Hayes 11, Logan 2, Moore 6.

 

Featured Players

Scott County – 6-8 Sr. Dakotah Euton – Signed with Akron University.  6-3 Sr. Ge-Lawn Guyn – Recruited by Indiana, WKU, South Florida, Hawaii, Mississippi State, Cincinnati, Tennessee, Alabama.  6-4 Sr. Chad Jackson – Recruited by James Madison, EKU.

Male – 6-0 Sr. Kevin Glenn and 5-11 Sr. D’Carlo Hayes.

 

Clark County (12-4)  vs.  Lexington Christian Academy (7-5)

Clark County coach Scott Humphrey started the following lineup:  6-6 Jr. Jaylen Daniel, 6-8 Jr. Vinny Zollo, 6-5 Jr. Corey Rogers, 6-0 Sr. Chase Kindred, and 6-4 Jr. Robbie Stenzel.  Lexington Christian Academy coach Tommy Huston countered with 6-1 Sr. Branden Burdette, 6-3 Sr. Evan Stephens, 6-4 Sr. Charles Gullett, 5-7 Sr. Will Kindred, and 6-1 So. Taylor Barnette. (Note:  6-7 Sr. Will Evans will not play tonight due to a sprained ankle).

Clark County outscored LCA 20-8 in the final quarter to pull away for a 63-45 victory.  Clark County shot 44.2% from the field including three of 11 from the three point line.  The Cardinals connected on 14 of 21 free throws, pulled down 37 rebounds, and scored 26 points off 14 LCA turnovers.  LCA shot 33.3% from the field including six of 21 from beyond the arc.  The Eagles connected on three of nine free throws, pulled down 32 rebounds, and scored 16 points off 13 Clark County turnovers.

Vinny Zollo led Clark County with 19 points, 15 rebounds, and five blocked shots.  Corey Rogers added 16 points and six rebounds.  Robbie Stenzel and Jaylen Daniel added 12 and 10 points respectively.

Taylor Barnette led LCA with 18 points including four three point baskets.  Brandon Burdette added 16 points.

Clark County              17    17    9    20  -  63

Lexington Christian     11    10   16     8  -  45

Clark County (63) – Daniel 10, Zollo 19, Corey Rogers 16, Kindred 0, Stenzel 12, Purvis 6.

Lexington Christian (45) – Burdette 16, Stephens 5, Gullett 2, Kindred 0, Barnette 18, Guy 1, Helton 3.

 

Featured Players

Lexington Christian Academy – 6-7 Sr. Will Evans –Recruited by Air Force, St. Anselm, Centre, Transylvania University, Ashland University, Georgetown College. 6-1 Sr. Branden Burdette and 6-1 So. Taylor Barnette.

Clark County – 6-8 Jr. Vinny Zollo and 6-4 Jr. Robbie Stenzel.

 

Mountain State Academy  vs.  Findlay College Prep

Mountain State Academy started the following lineup: 6-7 So. Anthony Bennett, 6-6 Sr. Justin Martin, 7-1 Sr. David Nyarsuk, 6-4 Jr. Ronald Ross, and 6-2 Sr. Jabs Newby.  Findlay College Prep countered with 6-8 Sr. Godwin Okonji, 6-3 Jr. Nick Johnson, 6-10 Sr. Tristan Thompson, 6-3 Sr. Marko Petrovic, and 6-3 Sr. Cory Joseph.

Findlay Prep scored 33 points off 18 Mountain State Academy turnovers in a 79-54 victory.  Findlay Prep shot 56.4% from the field including eight of 15 from the three point line.  The Pilots connected on nine of 15 free throws and pulled down 33 rebounds.  Mountain State Academy shot 40.4% from the field including four of 20 from beyond the arc.  The Falcons connected on four of eight free throws, pulled down 27 rebounds, and scored eight points off 15 Findlay Prep turnovers.

Marko Petrovic led Findlay Prep with 22 points including six three point baskets.  Petrovic was eight of 10 from the field including six of seven from beyond the arc.  Tristan Thompson added 19 points and 10 rebounds.  Godwin Okonji chipped in with 17 points and eight rebounds.  Nick Johnson also reached double figures with 11 points and dished out seven assists.

6-6 Ahmad Ibrahim led Mountain State Academy with 22 points.  Jabs Newby and Ronald Ross added seven and six points respectively.

Mountain State Academy    10    11    20    13  -  54

Findlay Prep                      16    20    19    24  -  79

Mountain State Academy (54) – Bennett 3, Martin 5, Nyarsuk 4, Ross 6, Newby 7, Ibrahim 22, Aget 4, Dibo 3.

Findlay Prep (79) – Okonji 17, Johnson 11, Thompson 19, Petrovic 22, Joseph 6, Shepard 4.

 

Featured Players

Findlay Prep – 6-3 Sr. Cory Joseph – Offered by UCONN, Florida, Minnesota, Mississippi State, Texas, UNLV, Villanova.  6-10 Sr. Tristan Thompson Committed to Texas.  6-3 Jr. Nick Johnson – Offered by Arizona, Arizona State, Gonzaga, Ohio State, Oregon State, Pepperdine, Virginia Tech,. Recruited by California, UCONN, Stanford, Texas, UCLA, UNLV, USC.  6-7 So. Winston Shepard – Offered by Arizona, Arizona State, Kansas, Louisville, Oklahoma, Oklahomas State, Texas, Texas A&M, Wake Forest,  Recruited by Baylor, UCONN, Kentucky, Memphis, Miami (FL), Mississippi State, New Mexico, Syracuse, TCU, UNLV, Villanova.

 

Mountain State Academy (See first game)

 

Acknowledgements: A special thanks to WL Stats for providing the comprehensive statistics for all the games in this event.  Also a note of appreciation to Lexington Christian Academy for providing the promo information on the teams and the information on the featured players.  Congratulations to LCA assistant athletic director Brad Carter for putting together such a first class event.

 


Posted by REH at 12:17 AM EST
Updated: Sunday, 10 January 2010 12:25 AM EST
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Saturday, 9 January 2010
Central Bank Basketball Classic Jan.8th Day No. 1
Topic: Basketball

CBBC1

Central Bank Basketball Classic Day No. 1 January 8, 2010 @Lexington Christian Academy

Quality Education Academy  vs.  Mountain State Academy

Quality Education Academy started the following lineup: 6-7 Jr. Dominic Pointer, 6-10 Jr. Quincy Miller, 6-10 Sr. Juvonte Reddic, 6-0 Jr. Anthony Fields, and 6-4 Jr. Charles McKinney.  Mountain State Academy countered with 6-7 So. Anthony Bennett, 6-6 Sr. Justin Martin, 7-1 Sr. David Nyarsuk, 6-4 Jr. Ronald Ross, and 6-2 Sr. Jabs Newby.

Mountain State Academy outscored Quality Education Academy 18-9 in the final quarter to earn a 58-57 victory.  Quality Education held a 25-13 lead in the second quarter.  Mountain State held a 23-10 advantage in second chance points.

Mountain State shot 33.8% from the field including six of 23 from the three point line.  The Falcons connected on six of 11 free throws, pulled down 48 rebounds, and scored 16 points off 17 Quality Education Academy turnovers.  Quality Education Academy shot 47.9% from the field including four of 14 from beyond the arc.  The Pharoahs connected on seven of 14 free throws, pulled down 27 rebounds, and scored 16 points off 15 Mountain State Academy turnovers.

Anthony Bennett led Mountain State Academy with 16 points and 10 rebounds.  Ronald Ross added 12 points.  David Nyarsuk recorded 10 points and 13 rebounds. 

Juvonte Reddic and Quincy Miller led Quality Education Academy with 17 points each.  Miller recorded three three point baskets.

Quality Education Academy      16    17    15     9  -  57

Mountain State Academy          11    15    14   18  -  58

Quality Education Academy  (57) – Pointer 2, Miller 17, Reddic 17, Fields 4, McKinney 4, Love 6, Bowen 6, Ajayi 1.

Mountain State Academy  (58) – Bennett 16, Martin 6, Nyarsuk 10, Ross 12, Newby 5, Ibrahim 9.

 

Featured Players

Quality Education Academy – 6-2 Sr. Stargell Love – Offered by UNC-Greensboro Recruited by Auburn, Baylor, UMASS, Mississippi, Mississippi State, UCLA.  6-10 Jr Quincy Miller- Offered by Alabama, Auburn, Baylor, Charlotte, Duke, Illinois, Kentucky, Marquette, Michigan, Oklahoma, Oklahoma State, Oregon, Purdue, South Carolina, Tennessee, Wake Forrest, Recruited by UCONN, Florida, Kansas, Memphis, UNC, North Carolina State, UCLA.

Mountain State Academy – 6-6 Sr. Justin Martin committed to Xavier. 7-1 Sr. David Nyarsuk committed to West Virginia. 6-2 Sr. Jabs Newby committed to EKU. 6-6 So. Obij Aget Offered by Alabama, Arkansas, Florida, Mississippi, Missouri. Recruited by Indiana, Tennessee.

Acknowledgements: A special thanks to WL Stats for providing the comprehensive statistics for tonight’s game.  Also a note of appreciation to Lexington Christian Academy for providing the promo information on the teams and featured players in this event.


Posted by REH at 1:52 AM EST
Updated: Saturday, 9 January 2010 1:54 AM EST
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Friday, 8 January 2010
Lexington Catholic vs. Sacred Heart Academy (Girls)
Topic: Basketball

LCSHA(Girls)

Lexington Catholic (6-6)  vs.  Sacred Heart Academy (6-6) January 5, 2010

Lexington Catholic coach Tony Talbott started the following lineup:  5-11 So. Alex Botkin, 5-8 Fr. Octavia Wilson, 6-0 So. Liz Walton, 5-6 Sr. Anna Gayle Scott, and 5-5 Sr. Meghan Cawood.  Sacred Heart Academy coach Donna Moir countered with 5-9 Sr. Mary Gordon Stough, 5-10 Jr. Monica McGreal, 5-10 Jr. Morgan Clemons, 5-4 Jr. Maddie Peabody, and 5-5 Jr. Hannah Washle.

SHA defeated Lexington Catholic by a score of 62-52.  The victors held a 33-18 advantage in free throw points.  Sacred Heart also held a 20-12 advantage in bench scoring.

SHA shot 29.5% from the field including three of 11 from the three point line.  The Valkyries connected on 33 of 46 free throws, pulled down 42 rebounds, and scored 24 points off 27 Lexington Catholic turnovers.  Lexington Catholic shot 33.3% from the field including two of seven from beyond the arc.  The Lady Knights connected on 12 of 18 free throws, pulled down 38 rebounds, and scored 20 points off 28 SHA turnovers.

Morgan Clemons led the victors with 17 points including 13 of 15 from the free throw line.  Clemons also pulled down 10 rebounds.  Mary Gordon Stough and 5-5 Jr. Katie Bishop added eight points each.  5-11 Jr. Annamarie Campbell chipped in with seven points and eight rebounds.

Alex Botkin and Octavia Wilson led Lexington Catholic with 15 and 14 points respectively.  5-9 So. Jill Maronde added eight points.

Lexington Catholic    14    15    14     9  -  52

Sacred Heart            16    20    13    13 -  62

Lexington Catholic (52) – Botkin 15, Wilson 14, Walton 2, Scott 5, M. Cawood 4, Mullikan 4, Maronde 8.

Sacred Heart (62) – Stough 8, McGreal 4, Clemons 17, Peabody 6, Washle 7, Campbell 7, Tubb 4, Bishop 8, Gahafer 1.

Acknowledgements: A special thanks to Bob Tonini of Sacred Heart Academy for providing the comprehensive statistics for tonight’s game.


Posted by REH at 11:46 PM EST
Updated: Friday, 8 January 2010 11:48 PM EST
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Sayre vs. Berea (Boys)
Topic: Basketball

SAYBER(Boys)

Sayre (7-2)  vs.  Berea (4-5) January 4,2010

Sayre coach Ted Hall started the following lineup: 6-5 Fr. Ray Brewer, 5-10 Jr. Griffin Miller, 6-7 8th grader Dakari Johnson, 5-10 Jr. Cabot Haggin, and 5-7 Fr. Mike Smith.  Berea coach Bill Smallwood countered with 6-0 Jr. Nathan Vaughn, 6-2 Sr. Jon Shearer, 6-2 Sr. Nate Arvin, 5-11 Sr. Jeremy Hamilton, and 5-11 So. Ben Miller.

Berea led 20-12 in the second quarter but Sayre rallied for a 47-44 victory.  Sayre held a 21-4 advantage in free throw points.  Sayre shot 40.6% from the field including zero of six from the three point line.  The Spartans connected on 21 of 26 free throws, pulled down 29 rebounds, and scored six points off seven Berea turnovers.  Berea shot 36%  from the field including four of 18 from beyond the arc.  The Pirates connected on four of seven free throws, pulled down 28 rebounds, and scored seven points off eight Sayre turnovers.

Mike Smith led Sayre with 18 points including 10 of 11 free throws.  Dakari Johnson added 13 points and seven rebounds.  Griffin Miller chipped in with 10 points and five rebounds.

Nathan Vaughn and Nate Arvin led Berea with nine points each.

Sayre     10     8    16    13  -  47

Berea     12   11    12     9   -  44

Sayre (47) – Brewer 2, Miller 10. Johnson 13, Haggin 4, Smith 18.

Berea (44) – Vaughn 9, Shearer 6, Arvin 9, Hamilton 2, Miller 6, Ambrose 6, Hubbard 2, Scudder-Davis 1, Lilly 3.

Acknowledgements: A special thanks to WL Stats for providing the comprehensive statistics for tonight’s game.

 


Posted by REH at 11:18 PM EST
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Paul Dunbar vs. Lafayette (Boys)
Topic: Basketball

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Paul L. Dunbar  vs.  Lafayette January 5, 2010

Paul Dunbar coach Carl “Redd” Hutchinson started the following lineup: 6-4 Jr. Sean Lamanna, 6-3 Jr. Lamont Johnson, 6-7 Sr. Bryce With, 5-10 Jr. Clay Coyle, and 5-7 Fr. Paul Jones.  Lafayette coach Greg Coldiron countered with 6-4 Jr. Tanner Napier, 6-2 Sr. Domonique Hagans, 6-7 8th grader Jackson Davis, 6-1 Jr. D’Angelo Yarbrough, and 5-11 Sr. Eric Shaw.

Lafayette led 59-34 late in the third quarter and held on down the stretch to defeat Dunbar 68-60.  Dunbar outscored Lafayette 21-9 in the final quarter to make the game close.  Lafayette scored 36 points off 28 Dunbar turnovers.

Lafayette shot 38.5% from the field including six of 22 from the three point line.  The Generals connected on 12 of 17 free throws and pulled down 32 rebounds.  Dunbar shot 41.4% from the field including five of 11 from beyond the arc.  The Bulldogs connected on seven of 12 free throws, pulled down 48 rebounds, and scored 12 points off 12 Lafayette turnovers.  Dunbar held a 19-4 advantage in second chance points.

Domonique Hagans led Lafayette with 19 points.  Tanner Napier added 16 points including four three point baskets.  Eric Shaw and D’Angelo Yarbrough chipped in with 12 and 10 points respectively.  Jackson Davis pulled down 12 rebounds.

5-11 Fr. William Gary and Lamont Johnson led a balanced Dunbar attack with 12 and 11 points respectively.  6-5 Jr. Josh Page recorded eight points and 11 rebounds.

Paul Dunbar    6    18    15    21  -  60

Lafayette       23   20    16      9  -  68

Paul Dunbar (60) – Lamanna 3, Johnson 11, With 9, Coyle 6, Jones 3, Gary 12, Adu-Peasah 2, Page 8, Herrin 6.

Lafayette  (68) – Napier 16, Hagans 19, Davis 2, Yarbrough 10, Shaw 12, Burton 5, Walker 4.

Acknowledgements: A special thanks to WL Stats for providing the comprehensive statistics for tonight’s game.


Posted by REH at 10:40 PM EST
Updated: Friday, 8 January 2010 10:41 PM EST
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Scott County vs. Henry Clay (Boys)
Topic: Basketball

SCHC(Boys)

Scott County (7-5)  vs.  Henry Clay (5-8)  January 5, 2010

Scott County coach Billy Hicks started the following lineup:  6-8 Sr. Dakotah Euton, 6-3 So. Tamron Manning, 6-2 So. Isaiah Ivey, 6-3 Sr. Ge-Lawn Guyn, and 6-4 Sr. Chad Jackson.  Henry Clay coach Daniel Brown countered with 6-2 Jr. Trae Stewart, 6-0 Jr. Brandon Nichols, 6-5 Jr. Daniel Kiesling, 5-10 Jr. Marquel Johnson, and 5-8 So. Wes Kimball.

Scott County outscored Henry Clay 16-6 in the second quarter on their way to a 61-48 victory.  Scott County shot 39.7% from the field including five of 14 from the three point line.  The Cardinals connected on 10 of 18 free throws, pulled down 44 rebounds, and scored 11 points off 17 Henry Clay turnovers.  Henry Clay shot 32.2% from the field including five of 16 from beyond the arc.  The Blue Devils connected on five of 10 free throws, pulled down 36 rebounds, and scored 10 points off 17 Scott County turnovers.

Chad Jackson led Scott County with 14 points and 10 rebounds.  Dakotah Euton added 12 points and five rebounds and Ge-Lawn Guyn chipped in with nine points and six rebounds.

Wes Kimball led Henry Clay with 16 points including three three point baskets.  Kimball also pulled down seven rebounds.  Daniel Kiesling added eight points and seven rebounds.

Scott County    9    16    19    17  -  61

Henry Clay     11     6    13    18  -  48

Scott County  (61) – Euton 12, Manning 9, Ivey 6, Guyn 9, Jackson 14, Flannery 2, Shotwell 3, Schu 6.

Henry Clay  (48) – Stewart 5, Nichols 5, Kiesling 8 ,M. Johnson 5, Kimball 16, Hellard 4, Pinder 2, T. Johnson 3.

Acknowledgements: A special thanks to WL Stats for providing the comprehensive statistics for tonight’s game.

 


Posted by REH at 10:11 PM EST
Updated: Friday, 8 January 2010 10:13 PM EST
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Bryan Station vs. Madison Central (Boys)
Topic: Basketball

BSMC(Boys)

Bryan Station (7-6)  vs.  Madison Central (5-10)  January 5, 2010

Bryan Station coach Champ Ligon Jr. started the following lineup:6-6 Sr. Phillip Barner, 6-6 Jr. James Evans, 6-11 Sr. Andrew Adams, 6-2 Jr. Dean Renfro, and 6-1 Sr. Mike Baffour.  Madison Central coach Allen Feldhaus Jr. countered with 6-1 Jr. Jared Pyatt, 6-0 Jr. Brenton Covington, 6-2 Jr. Nick Ford, 5-10 So. Casey Schneider, and 6-0 Fr. Dominique Hawkins.

Bryan Station rallied from a 43-26 deficit early in the third quarter to defeat Madison Central 65-60.  The third quarter was decisive as Bryan Station outscored Madison Central 20-5 to take a 46-45 lead entering the final period.  Bryan Station held a 36-10 advantage in bench scoring and enjoyed a 43-28 advantage in rebounds.

Bryan Station shot 45.5% from the field including four of 16 from the three point line.  The Defenders connected on 11 of 20 free throws, pulled down 43 rebounds, and scored 19 points off 10 Madison Central turnovers.  Madison Central shot 40% from the field including four of 19 from beyond the arc.  The Indians connected on 16 of 24 free throws, pulled down 28 rebounds, and scored 15 points off 13 Bryan Station turnovers.

James Evans led Bryan Station with 21 points, 17 rebounds, and five blocked shots.  6-0 Sr. Joe Fain added 20 points and seven assists.

Talented freshman Domonique Hawkins led Madison Central with 30 points and six rebounds.  Jared Pyatt and 6-4 So. Hunter Allen added nine and eight points respectively.

Bryan Station       8    18    20    19  -  65

Madison Central   22   18      5    15  -  60

Bryan Station (65) – Barner 2, Evans 21, Adams 0, Renfro 6, Baffour 0, Fain 20, Demus 9, Wells 2, Smothers 5.

Madison Central (60) – Pyatt 9, Covington 2, Ford 3, Schneider 6, Hawkins 30, O’Bryan 2, Allen 8.

Acknowledgements: A special thanks to WL Stats for providing the comprehensive statistics for tonight’s game.


Posted by REH at 9:37 PM EST
Updated: Friday, 8 January 2010 9:38 PM EST
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Lexington Christian Academy vs. Scott County (Boys)

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Lexington Christian Academy (6-4)  vs.  Scott County (7-4) January 2, 2010 (Boys)

LCA coach Tommy Huston started the following lineup: 6-7 Sr. Will Evans, 6-3 Sr. Evan Stephens, 6-4 Sr. Charles Gullett, 5-7 Sr. Will Kindred, and 6-1 So. Taylor Barnette.  Scott County coach Billy Hicks countered with 6-8 Sr. Dakotah Euton, 6-3 So. Tamron Manning, 6-5 Tanner Shotwell, 6-3 Sr. Austin Flannery, and  6-4 Sr. Chad Jackson.

Soph. Taylor Barnette came up big tonight with 29 points as LCA captured a big 68-67 on-the-road upset victory over Scott County tonight.  LCA shot 45.7% from the field including eight of 17 from the three point line.  The Eagles connected on 18 of 29 free throws, pulled down 31 rebounds, and scored 18 points off 20 Scott County turnovers.  Scott County shot 45.3% from the field including six of 18 from beyond the arc.  The Cardinals connected on 13 of 21 free throws, pulled down 36 rebounds, and scored nine points off 16 LCA turnovers.

Taylor Barnette led LCA with 29 points including 7 of 7 from the three point line.  6-1 Sr. Branden Burdette added 17 points. Evan Stephens chipped in with 12 points.  Will Evans recorded 10 points and 14 rebounds.

Chad Jackson led Scott County with 24 points, eight rebounds, five assists, and four steals.  Dakotah Euton added 16 points and 11 rebounds.  Tamron Manning chipped in with seven points and eight rebounds.  6-2 Sr. Ge-Lawn Guyn did not start tonight and was limited to 16 minutes of action reportedly due to tendonitis in his knees.

Lexington Christian      12    13    21    22  -  68

Scott County               16     9     16    26  -  67

Lexington Christian (68) – Evans 10, Stephens 12, Gullett 0, Kindred 0, Barnette 29, Burdette 17.

Scott County (67)  - Euton 16, Manning 7, Shotwell 3, Flannery 7, Jackson 24, Ivey 6, Schu 1, Guyn 3.

Acknowledgements: A special thanks to the Scott County Stats Crew for providing the comprehensive statistics for tonight’s game.


Posted by REH at 8:41 PM EST
Updated: Friday, 8 January 2010 8:43 PM EST
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Lafayette vs. Tates Creek December 30th Gateway Classic Championship
Topic: Basketball

Gateway Classic (Mt. Sterling KY)

Lafayette (11-0)  vs.  Tates Creek (6-5) December 30, 2009 Gateway Classic (Championship)

Lafayette coach Greg Coldiron started the following lineup: 6-4 Jr. Tanner Napier, 6-2 Sr. Domonique Hagans, 6-7 8th grader Jackson Davis, 6-1 Jr. D’Angelo Yarbrough, and 6-1 Sr. Michael Walker.  Tates Creek coach Wayne Breeden countered with 6-3 Jr. Marcellus Barksdale, 6-2 Sr. Justin Daughtery, 6-4 Sr. Ezra Garner, 5-11 So. Darius Gibson, and 6-2 Jr. Ryan Fucci.

Tates Creek led 37-27 after three quarters and held on in the final quarter to defeat Lafayette 51-49 and hand the Generals their first loss of the season.  Tates Creek shot 44.7% from the floor including zero of six from the three point line.  The Commodores connected on nine of 18 free throws, pulled down 31 rebounds, and scored 22 points off 18 Lafayette turnovers.  Lafayette shot 40.8% from the field including five of 20 from beyond the arc.  The Generals connected on four of seven free throws, pulled down 27 rebounds, and scored 19 points off 18 Tates Creek turnovers.

Marcellus Barksdale led Tates Creek with 18 points and seven rebounds.  Ezra Garner added 10 points and eight rebounds.  Ryan Fucci recorded nine points, eight rebounds, and five assists.

Michael Walker led Lafayette with 22 points including four three point baskets and pulled down eight rebounds,  Domonique Hagans added  nine points .

Lafayette     12    9    6    22  -  49

Tates Creek 12   15  10   14  -  51

Lafayette (49) – Napier 2, Hagans 9, Davis 6, Yarbrough 5, Walker 22, Burton 2, Shaw 3.

Tates Creek (51) – Barksdale 18, Daughtery 4, Garner 10, Gibson 6, Fucci 9, Potter 4.

Acknowledgements: A special thanks to WL Stats for providing the comprehensive statistics for tonight’s game.


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