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Friday Nights Round Ball Wrap Up

GIRLS
 
Dickson County 46 at Brentwood 42
For the second time in two meetings Dickson County forced District 11-AAA leader Brentwood into overtime.  
 
For the first time in two meetings, Dickson County grabbed the victory.
 
The Lady Cougars outscored the home standing Bruins 9-5 in the extra period, giving Brentwood their first loss of the district season.  Even with the loss, Brentwood maintains a one-game lead on the rest of the district.
 
Marissa Anthony led Brentwood with 13 points and Jenny Roy had 11 in the loss.
 
 
At Ravenwood 48 Nashville Central Christian
Ravenwood overcame a 3-point barrage from visiting Nashville Central Christian to capture a 48-38 victory.  Emmy Allen dropped in ten points for Ravenwood and Megan Hawkin and Bailey Swayze both scored 9.
 
Brentwood Academy 39 at Father Ryan 31
In a key Division II-AA match-up, Sydni Harvey scored 11 points to lead a bevy of scorers as Brentwood Academy beat Father Ryan 39-31.
 
At Montgomery Central 55 Fairview 35
A strong second half led Montgomery Central to a 55-35 win over Fairview despite 13 points from Sara Mangrum and 11 from Alli Mazeall.
 
Spring Hill 41 Page 31
Spring Hill built a 15-point first half lead and had to hang on as Page made a second half run only to drop a 41-31 decision.  Elizabeth Hood was the top scorer for the Patriots with nine.
 

 
BOYS
 
At Ravenwood 79 Nashville Central Christian 77
The Raptors recovered from Tuesday night’s upset at the hands of Independence as Case Bouldin scored with just 1.6-seconds remaining to beat Nashville Central Christian 79-77.
 
After sitting for much of Tuesday’s game, the Raptor’s starters roared back, with four scoring in double digits, lead by Matthew Hailey’s 21.  Chase Hawkins had 17, Nate Fischbach 15 and Bouldin tallied a total of 14.
 
Brentwood 70 at Dickson County 46
Bruins raced out to a 37-18 half-time lead and then cruised to a 70-46 win at Dickson County.  The District 11-AAA leaders remained undefeated in the district as five Bruins reached double figures, including James McPherson (13), Jalen Lawson (12), Grant Teichmann (11), Jacob Adcock (10) and Jack Bautista (10).
 
Brentwood Academy 49 at Father Ryan 45
Jordan James (13) and Jeremiah Oatsvall (11) combined for 24 points as Brentwood Academy finished the comeback on the road at Father Ryan, winning 49-45.
 
At Montgomery Central 67 Fairview 56
Tyler Branch (16), Trevin Beique (14), Graham Estes (11) and Daniel Jones (10) all scored in double figures for the Yellow Jackets but it was not enough as Fairview ell on the road at Montgomery Central 67-56.
 
Spring Hill 52 at Page 43
Scoring only 14 first-half points doomed Page as Spring Hill defeated the Patriots 52-43.    Stewart Ringstaff’s 14 points topped the Page score sheet.
 

Posted on: 1/25/2014

 
 

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