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Tough night for Wilco teams on the hardwood

Friday night proved to be a long one for many Williamson County basketball teams.  With most teams traveling for tournament-type events, the outcomes were not what many had hoped for going into the events.
Page 50 Richland 37 at Community High School
Holding Richland to just 10 second half points, Page roared back after trailing early to take a 50-47 win. Stewart Ringstaff and Dylan White both scored ten points to lead the Patriots.
Brentwood 49 at Mount Juliet 46
The Bruins had to hang on and fight off a furious Bear comeback to grab a 49-46 win at Mount Juliet.  Jalen Lawson (13) and Lucas Adcock (12) combined for 25 points for the District 11-AAA leader.
Independence 56, at Tullahoma 22
Independence scored 25 points in the third quarter alone on the way to overwhelming a game Tullahoma squad 56-22 on the road.  Finis Stribling had 20 points for the Eagles and Deion Simms scored 16.
MBA 54, Franklin 43 at Columbia
A slow start led to Franklin trailing the Big Red 20-9 at the end of the first quarter, a lead the Rebels could not overcome in a 54-43 loss.  Joe Critchlow scored 13 lead Franklin, while Tanner Spalding added 10.
Stewarts Creek 68, Ravenwood 51 at Columbia
Stewarts Creek held every Raptor to single digits except Case Bouldin (12), surprising Ravenwood 68-51.  All twelve of Bouldin’s points came on three-pointers.
MICDS 40, at Brentwood Academy 29
Mary Institute and Country Day School of St. Louis held Brentwood Academy to their lowest point total of the year, stopping the Eagles on their own home court 40-29.  Jeremiah Oatsvall led BA with 10 points.
Lewis County 47, at Fairview 39
Trevin Beique scored 26 points and Daniel Jones added 10 for the Yellow Jackets, but it was not enough to overcome a strong fourth quarter surge by Lewis County, as Fairview dropped the district contest 47-39.
Spring Hill 54, at Summit 43
Spring Hill raced to a 19-point advantage at half-time and then cruised to a 54-43 over the Spartans.  Demonte Williams (22) and John Carter (10) provided the bulk of Summit’s offense.
At Summit 48, Spring Hill 35
Carlye Grandy and Zacharyia Esmon both dropped in 13 points and Teondra Crawford added 10 more as Summit rolled past Spring Hill 48-35.
Shelbyville 39, Franklin 28 at Columbia
Anna Patton scored 11 points in a losing effort for the Lady Rebels.
Oakland 67, Ravenwood 28 at Columbia
The Patriots flexed their offensive and defensive muscles, looking every bit the part as one of the top teams in the state, outscoring Ravenwood 67-28.  Emmy Allen was the leading scorer for the Raptors with 12 points.
Loretto 50, Page 30 at Community High School
Carli Batsell’s 14 points lead Page in a 50-30 loss to Loretto.
MICDS 63, at Brentwood Academy 51
MICDS completed the sweep at Brentwood Academy, taking a  63-51 win despite India Hall’s 16 points.
Lewis County 56, at Fairview 42
Alli Mazeall (12), Sara Mangrum (10) and Jessie Mangrum (10) did all they could, but Lewis County pulled out of Fairview with a district win, 56-42.
Tullahoma 52, Independence 42
Tullahoma outscored Independence 41-16 in the second half, gaining a 52-42 come from behind win against Independence.  Katie Pierce scored 16 points for the Eagles, leading all scorers.

Posted on: 12/20/2013


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