High School Basketball

Hoops Roundup: Brentwood sweeps Clarksville; Indy tops Fairview

Franklin sweeps Columbia; NCS takes two at GCA

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State Hoops – Brentwood boys vs. Oakland

John Windley 

The Brentwood basketball teams picked up a non-conference sweep at Clarksville on Thursday.

The Bruin boys rolled to a 54-39 victory, while the Lady Bruins offense clicked in a 84-69 win.

Brentwood boys 54, Clarksville 39

John Windley scored eight of his 16 points in the fourth quarter as the visiting Bruins added to a nine-point lead to open the final frame.

Evan Drennan (12) and Harry Lackey (11) also reached double figures in the win as Brentwood bounced back from a 73-42 season-opening loss at Ensworth.

Jamario Mimms tallied 13 to lead Clarksville.

Brentwood girls 84, Clarksville 69

After falling in their season opener 65-46 at Ensworth, the Lady Bruins ignited offensively to run past the Lady Wildcats Thursday.

Amelia Osgood collected 21 points, nine assists and six rebounds to lead Brentwood. Delaney Trushel scored 16 points and Emily Trushel added 13 points and six boards. Twelve Lady Bruins scored in the win.

Brentwood scored at least 20 points in each of the first three quarters and netted 25 in the third quarter alone to build a 68-51 lead entering the final frame.

Sydney Weatherford led Clarksville with 15 points.

Independence boys 59, Fairview 49

Hrishi Salitri tallied 11 of his 17 points in the fourth quarter, Noah Crook scored a dozen and the Eagles posted a 59-49 win at Fairview Thursday in non-conference Williamson County play.

Locke Horde scored 20 points to lead the Yellow Jackets and Bill Eads added 11. 

Independence girls 48, Fairview 46

Kayla Miller tallied a double-double with 12 points and 13 rebounds and both Lindsey Freeman and Jailyn Banks netted 11 points apiece to lead Independence to a 48-36 win at Fairview.

Kaycie Mullins led the Lady Yellow Jackets with 16 points.

Franklin girls 58, Columbia Central 41

Sydney Ryan scored 23 points and Kate O’Neil tallied 22 points and 10 rebounds to lead the Lady Rebels to a 58-41 win against Columbia on Thursday.

Jean Costello added six points and Bergan Allee dished out six assists for Franklin, which built a 35-14 lead by halftime.

O’Neil netted 11 points in the first quarter and combined with Ryan to score all 17 points in the frame. Ryan knocked down a couple triples and led Franklin with 11 points in the second quarter.

The Franklin boys also won, taking a 63-43 victory. 

Nashville Christian boys 72, Grace Christian Academy 62

Despite 40 points from Mason McKnatt, the GCA boys couldn’t dig out of an early hole against visiting Nashville Christian.

NCS outscored the Lions 30-17 in the first half and stayed in front the rest of the way.

McKnatt hit four 3-pointers and Jordan Carter added 12 points with four triples as well.

Morgan Anderson hit seven from distance and had 30 to lead NCS.

Nashville Christian girls 52, Grace Christian Academy 37

Whitley Miller poured in 27 points to lead the Nashville Christian girls past GCA near Leiper’s Fork on Thursday.

Anna Smith scored 10 points for the Lady Lions. Both Raychel Calvert and Audrey Sanders closed with nine.

Brentwood Academy girls 72, Franklin Road Academy 30

Four Brentwood Academy girls reached double figures and the Lady Eagles cruised to a home win against visiting FRA Thursday. Maggie Brown (12 points), Caroline Clemmer (11), Jaila Lee (11) and Aubrey Blankenship (10) led the balanced BA attack.

The Lady Eagles led 13-9 after the first eight minutes and then closed the half on a 26-9 run to run away.

Brentwood Academy boys 66, Lighthouse Christian 63

Four Eagles scored in double figures led by Clay Holmes 20 points as Brentwood Academy held off Lighthouse Christian 66-63 on Thursday.

Adam Wass (14), DJ Senter (12) and Preston Sagan (11) also reached double figures for BA.

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