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Fridays Round Ball Wrap-Up

It appears Ravenwood's Chase Hawkins (25) and Perry Cooper (4) were expecting to play leap frog with Summit's Jack Klein (white 25).  Ravenwood won the District 11-AAA contest 71-62. Photo courtesy of John Young
Summit's Teondra Crawford (white jersey) must feel completely surrounded in the lane as Ravenwood's Megan Hawken (32) and others impede her progress and Emily Allen (15) looks on.  Despite Crawford's efforts, the Raptors picked up a come-from-behind win, 50-48 last night in Spring Hill. Photo courtesy of John Young
Ravenwood 71 at Summit 62
Ravenwood held on to second place in District 11-AAA by hanging on to beat Summit 71-62, hitting ten 3-pointers in the process.
Matthew Hailey had 18 points and a quad of treys to lead Ravenwood, as the Raptors got 15 from Nick Gleason, 13 from Chase Hawkins and 12 from Case Bouldin.  The Spartans were led by John Carter’s 23 points, with scoring assistance from Damonte Williams (14) and Grant Robinson (10).
At Dickson County 64 Centennial 60
Dickson County captured their first District 11-AAA victory with a 65-60 win over Centennial.  Centennial owned the first and fourth quarters, but were outscored 43-21 in the middle two leading the loss.  
Zack Schrader had 19 points and five three-pointers for CHS and Kevon Prince added 15 points and four from behind the arc.
McCallie 63 at Brentwood Academy 55
Brentwood Academy fell behind by 19 at the half and could not completely recover, falling to McCallie 63-55.  Jamie Oastvall (13) and Jordan James (12) led the Eagles in scoring.
At Santa Fe 52 Fairview 50
Santa Fe overcame a 10-point halftime deficit to stop Fairview 52-50.  Trevin Beique had 17 for the Yellow Jackets and Graham Estes had 14. 
At CPA 93 Page 38
Michael Magochy scored 10 points for Fairview in a loss to state power CPA.
Ravenwood 50 at Summit 48
Colyn Springer used her 16 points to help Ravenwood score a come-from-behind win over Summit 50-48.  Alexis Ahlert chipped in 11 for the Raptors. 
At Dickson County 58 Centennial 39
Dickson County overwhelmed Centennial in the first half then coasted to a 58-39 win in District 11-AAA competition.  Jordan Johnson scored 14 for Centennial.
At Santa Fe 57 Fairview 53
Fairview posted four double-digit scorers on the night, but it was not enough put away Sante Fe as the Jackets lost on the road 57-53.  Jessie Mangrum (14), Sara Mangrum (13) Ali Mazeall (11) and Molly Graham (10) all reached double figures for Fairivew.
At CPA 47 Page 28
Carli Batsell scored ten points for Page in a losing effort against CPA.

Posted on: 1/17/2014


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