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Hoops: Page sweeps Indy; Brentwood boys, Spring Hill girls win; GCA boys edge BGA; BA girls tipped late

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Hoops – Independence boys at Page

Jaime Hernandez goes up for two of his nine points in Page's 58-50 District 11-AAA win over Independence on Friday, Jan. 22, 2021 in Franklin. 

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The Page High School boys basketball collected a second District 11-AAA win this week with a 58-50 victory over visiting Independence on Friday.

Pierce Bruehl knocked down four 3-pointers and scored 16 points, while Thomas Seaman tallied a dozen, including all six of his free throws in the fourth quarter where the Patriots expanded on a slim two-point edge.

Jamie Hernandez added nine points and Andres Casella tossed in eight for Page, which topped Centennial 50-47 on Tuesday.

The Patriots improved to 5-4 in district play with a game against league-leading Franklin on Tuesday.

Page boys 58, Independence 50

IHS 15 10 13 12 – 50

PHS 10 17 13 18 – 58

IHS (50) – Jett Montgomery 10, Tyus Anderson 9, Sam Womack 6, River Katina 11, Cameron Bell 12, Justin Miles 2.

PHS (58) – Andres Casella 8, Ethan Overstreet 4, Pierce Bruehl 16. Jake Dozier 2, Thomas Seaman 12, Joey Cuculla 4, Ryan Lange 3, Jaime Hernandez 9.

3-pointers – IHS 4 (Katina 3, Montgomery). PHS 6 (Bruehl 4, Lange, Seaman). Total Fouls – IHS 16, PHS 10. Fouled Out – None.

Page girls 73, Independence 19

McKenzie Cochran dropped in 24 points to lead four Lady Patriots in double figures as Page raced to a District 11-AAA win Friday at home.

Cochran hit four 3-pointers, including three in an explosive third frame for the home team. Lili Wilken added 13 points, Sadie Porter had 12 and Braley Bushman 10.

Leah Oubre scored 10 points, including two triples for Independence. The Lady Eagles trailed 35-16 at the half before Indy blasted out of the half for a 25-3 run.

Page girls 73, Independence 19

IHS 3 13 3 0 – 19

PHS 16 19 25 13 – 73

IHS (19) – Leah Oubre 10, Evy Nicholas 1, Claudia Chilton 2, Ryan Brown 4, Christy Martinez 2.

PHS (73) – Braley Bushman 10, Lili Wilken 13, McKenzie Cochran 24, Kameron Fitz 2, Mary Claire Pike 2, Sadie Porter 12, Jenna Gicewicz 4, Brooklyn Burrows 6.

3-pointers – IHS 2 (Oubre 2), PHS 8 (Cochran 4, Wilken 3, Bushman). Total Fouls – IHS 4, PHS 11. Fouled Out – None.

Brentwood boys 76, Dickson County 39

The Bruins sank 12 3-pointers and used a 28-4 run in the second quarter to open up a huge lead and cruise past Dickson County in District 11-AAA play in Dickson Friday.

John Windley poured in 27 points, while Davis White scored 10 of his 17 points in the big second frame. Dustin Bluhm added 10 points.

Windley added 13 points in the third where Brentwood continued to pull away, outscoring the home-standing Cougars 23-13 after opening up a 45-20 halftime lead.

Dickson County was led by Malachi Redman’s 15 points.

Brentwood boys 76, Dickson County 39

BHS 17 28 23 8 – 76

DCHS 16 4 13 6 – 39

BHS (76) – John Windley 27, Griffin Burke 6, Conner Prichard 5, Jake Brock 5, Davis White 17, Phillip Hyams 6, Dustin Bluhm 10.

DCHS (39) – Jamison Burem 2, Brock Holley 4, Josh Cope 5, Malachi Redman 15, Mason Herbert 6, Chance MArtin 5, Isaiah Darden 2.

3-pointers – BHS 12 (Windley 4, Burke 2, White 2, Hyams 2, Prichard, Brock), DCHS 4 (Herbert, Cope, Martin). Total Fouls – BHS 13, DCHS 10. Fouled Out – None.

Spring Hill girls 52, Summit 47

After a lopsided loss to Spring Hill on Wednesday, the Lady Spartans closed the gap but still dropped a District 11-AAA contest against their Spring Hill neighbors on Friday.

Prairie and Sierra Stedman and Belle Brashear all scored 13 points to lead the Lady Raiders, who extended their unbeaten streak in the district to 7-0.

Delaney Noe dropped in 19 points for the Lady Spartans, who committed 18 turnovers and fell 52-33 on Wednesday against Spring Hill.

Ellie Colson scored 15 points and grabbed eight rebounds Friday for Summit.

Spring Hill girls 52, Summit 47

SHHS 12 11 13 16 – 52

SHS 7 6 14 20 – 47

SHHS (52) – Katherine Carter 2, Cole Alderson 2, Prairie Stedman 13, Belle Brashear 13, Sierra Stedman 13, Joyce Brashear 4, Keyivery Scales 5.

SHS (47) – Delaney Noe 19, EK Bratton 3, Cydney Wright 4, Ellie Colson 15, Nicole Rizane 6.

3-pointers – SHHS 6 (B. Brashear 3, S. Stedman 2, Scales), Summit 4 (Noe 3, Bratton).

Grace Christian Academy boys 64, Battle Ground Academy 61

The home-standing Lions edged rival BGA on Friday with a narrow Division II-A Middle Region District 3 victory near Leiper's Fork.

Will Beasley hit four 3-pointers, including two in the fourth, to finish with a team-best 17, while Dean Bechman had 16 to lead GCA. The Lions also received 13 points from Jordan Carter in the win.

Kavien Jones netted 24 points and Sean Williams added 16 for BGA.

Grace Christian Academy boys 64, Battle Ground Academy 61

GCA 14 17 17 16 – 64

BGA 10 14 19 18 – 61

GCA (64) – Dean Bechman 16, Will Beasley 17, Ben Caldwell 7, CJ Tinnon 9, Jordan Carter 13, Trace Phillips 2.

BGA (61) – Sean Williams 16, Jakob Plumley 3, Jackson Brown 4, Alex Krause 3, Xavier Shaw 11, Kavien Jones 24.

3-pointers – GCA 9 (Beasley 4, Bechman 2, Caldwell, Tinnon, Carter), BGA 4 (Shaw 2, Krause, Plumley). Total Fouls – GCA 10, BGA 15. Fouled Out – None.

Stone Memorial girls 47, Brentwood Academy 45

Despite a 14-6 run in the fourth quarter, the Brentwood Academy girls fell short Friday against Stone Memorial.

Caroline Clemmer scored 14 and Trinity Fields had 12 for the Lady Eagles, while Millie Brown connected on three 3-pointers in the fourth and closed with 11.

Brentwood Academy held Stone Memorial without a field goal in the fourth, but couldn’t get over the hump.

Mattie Buck scored 19 points and Tessa Miller had 13 to lead Stone Memorial.

Stone Memorial girls 47, Brentwood Academy 45

SM 13 13 15 6 – 47

BA 8 15 8 14 – 45

SM (45) – Katie Adkisson 8, Mattie Buck 19, Keaton Freitag 3, Tessa Miller 13, Annah Boss 4.

BA (45) – Jaila Lee 3, Ebony Perry 4, Trinity Fields 12, Millie Brown 11, Finley Davis 1, Caroline Clemmer 14.

3-pointers – SM 7 (Buck 4, Adkisson 2, Freitag), BA 4 (Brown 3, Clemmer). Total Fouls – SM 11, BA 14. Fouled Out – Lee.

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