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Boone gets season sweep of Crockett

February 5th, 2013 10:38 pm by staff reports

Boone gets season sweep of Crockett

Daniel Boone earned a regular-season sweep of rival David Crockett on Tuesday night with a 63-56 victory at Bobby Snyder Gymnasium.
Dillon Reppart scored 22 points and Ryan Gaitor came through with 19 points and eight assists as the Trailblazers moved to third-place in the Big Eight Conference standings.
Jake Littleton led Boone with six rebounds.
“Crockett played great and hats off to them for their intensity,” Boone head coach Ryan Arnold said. “Hats off to my kids also for battling through. They got in foul trouble early, but we had a lot of kids come off the bench who normally don’t play much that came in and contributed a bunch.
“Gaitor had another phenomenal night, and Reppart had a big night as well.”
Tyler Page had 22 points and seven rebounds to lead Crockett. Noah Leonard contributed 12 points.
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Tennessee High 59
Dobyns-Bennett 55
KINGSPORT — Chase Branscomb hit a pair of free throws with six seconds left as the Vikings spoiled the Indians’ Senior Night.
Branscomb ended up 8-for-8 at the free-throw line, hitting all six in overtime as part of a 14-point effort. Adam Mitchell was Tennessee High’s leading scorer with 17 points and Hunter Jones ended with 11 points.
Connor Mitchell had 21 points to lead Dobyns-Bennett, which also had 12 points from A.J. Anderson.
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Elizabethton 58
Morristown East 38
ELIZABETHTON — Will Robinson busted through with a 22-point night to lead the Cyclones created more of a storm than the Hurricanes.
Zeke Clark added 13 points in the Elizabethton victory, while Matt Thompson paced East with 10 points.
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University High 77
Sullivan North 67
Marcus Taylor won the individual scoring battle 35-27 over Chase Arnold as the Junior Bucs rallied from a 12-point deficit to defeat the Golden Raiders.
University High was 15-of-16 at the free-throw line, scoring 30 points in the final period. Calen Archer scored 16 points and Seth Hilbert added 10 points.
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Hampton 75
North Greene 47
HAMPTON — Cody McClain had 18 points and six assists to lead the Bulldogs over the Huskies.
Stanley Valentine tallied 13 points and six rebounds, while Wesley Murray added a dozen points and Josh Stout had six rebounds.
Jared Harbin paced North Greene with 15 points, while Tyler Bailey ended with 11 points.
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Providence Academy 57
Tri-Cities Christian 54
Jake Weaver hit two key 3-pointers and Trevor Trujillo added four straight free throws as the Knights rallied from eight points down with three minutes to go.
Cody Sprouse led Providence with 13 points. Jacolby Darr tallied 12 points, while Caleb Sprouse both ended with 10 points.
Drew Blythe, who led the Eagles with 13 points, missed a tying 3-point shot at the buzzer. Holden Joseph finished with 12 points.
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Daniel Boone (girls) 79
David Crockett 34
The Lady ‘Blazers had no trouble with the Lady Pioneers racing out to a 57-17 halftime lead.
Jenny Snyder led the way with 19 points. Allison Sheffey scored nine points, while Kathleen Casey, Alison Littleton and Jacklyn Jenkins all posted eight-point efforts.
Heather Scalf led the Lady Pioneers with 13 points, while Kaley Persinger scored nine.
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Tennessee High (girls) 63
Dobyns-Bennett 47
KINGSPORT — Ashlee Mitchell totaled 22 points, four assists and three steals as the Lady Vikings assured themselves of sole possession of second place in the Big Eight Conference standings.
Ashley Byrd had a dozen points for Tennessee High, while Sheena Johnson grabbed six rebounds and Logan Tart had four blocks, including three in a row during one stretch.
Alex Anderson had 18 points as the only Dobyns-Bennett player to hit double figures.
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Elizabethton (girls) 65
Morristown East 29
ELIZABETHTON — Kelsi Marosites scored 15 points as the Lady Cyclones rolled over the Lady Hurricanes.
Reazyn DeMoss had an all-around effort of 10 points, eight steals and seven rebounds, while Whitney Roberts ended with 10 points and six rebounds.
Sarah Bradley added five steals and three assists for Elizabethton (22-4). Katelyn Davidson paced Morristown East with 13 points.
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University High (girls) 62
Sullivan North 19
Megan Blair had a big night of 20 points, seven rebounds, five steals, five assists and three blocks to lead the Lady Jr. Bucs over North.
Taylor Treadway added 16 points as University High led 27-3 after one quarter and was never challenged.
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Hampton (girls) 49
North Greene 32
HAMPTON — The Lady Bulldogs limited the Lady Huskies to just 10 points in the first half to score a surprisingly easy win.
Dorothy Dugger hit four shots behind the 3-point arc and led Hampton with 18 points. Alexis Bowers powered in with 11 points, while Laiken Morrow was the leading scorer for North Greene with 10.
Hampton plays at Cloudland on Friday night with the Watauga Valley Conference championship on the line.
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Providence Academy (girls) 51
Tri-Cities Christian 49
The Lady Knights’ Erica Roller made two free throws with six seconds to go in regulation, only to see the Lady Eagles’ Becca Cox tie the game with no time on the clock.
Providence (17-5) then pulled out to a five-point lead before Tri-Cities hit a 3-pointer at the buzzer closed the score.
Sue Ellen Harrod had a game-high 19 points, including five in overtime. Roller finished with 13 points. Natalie Smith had 14 rebounds and four rebounds.
Alicia Cook had 17 points and Sarah Cox scored 13 to lead Tri-Cities.

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