High School Basketball

Hoops Roundup: Ravenwood splits at Nolensville; CPA sweeps Fairview; Franklin sweeps Antioch

Centennial, Summit boys find wins, Brown nets 1,000th point in BA girls win

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Hoops – Ravenwood at Nolensville

Riley Byron and Atif Williams 

The Ravenwood boys basketball team outscored Nolensville 19-10 in the fourth quarter to gain some separation in a tight contest at Nolensville High School on Tuesday.

Rex Gainer scored eight of his 26 points in the final frame and Nick Dang netted all six of his points in the fourth as well as Ravenwood claimed a 56-46 win.

The Raptors led 37-36 at the end of the third. Jack Mulder added 13 points in the win.

Davin Watkins scored 13 points and Nathan Foutch added nine for the Knights. Eight of the 14 made field goals for Nolensville were from 3-point range.

Ravenwood heads to Harpeth Hall next on Monday, while Nolensville travels to the LEAD Academy Thanksgiving Classic on Friday.

Nolensville girls 50, Ravenwood 32

Parker Leftwich led a trio of Lady Knights in double figures with a game-high 18 points Tuesday in Nolensville’s 50-32 win against Ravenwood.

Grace Baird added 16 points and Sydney Mickulin had 11 points in the win. Baird hit four 3-pointers and Mickulin had three triples.

After building a slim 14-13 lead in the opening eight minutes, the host Lady Knights doubled up Ravenwood 14-7 in the second quarter and limited the Lady Raptors to just four field goals and 12 points in the second half.

Lexi Erickson scored 12 points and Reghan Grimes netted 10 to lead Ravenwood.

Christ Presbyterian Academy boys 69, Fairview 59

Braden Zapp poured in 37 points and rallied CPA from a 33-29 halftime deficit to tip Fairview on the Yellow Jackets’ home floor Tuesday. 


Zapp hit eight 3-pointers and finished 11-of-12 from the foul line. He scored 11 points in the fourth and was a perfect 8-of-8 at the line in the frame. Braedon Moore added 11 points.

Bill Eads scored 21 and hit 5-of-10 3s to go with nine rebounds and Locke Hord added 16 points, 12 rebounds and six assists for Fairview. The Yellow Jackets were outscored 19-9 in the third and shot just 3-of-15 in the frame.

Garrett Wooten chipped in 13 points.

Christ Presbyterian Academy girls 70, Fairview 42

The Lady Lions extended a double-figure halftime lead with a 19-9 run in the third quarter to pick up a non-conference win at Fairview.

Carrington Washburn scored 17, Carley Smith added 16 and Emmaline Bartlett closed with 14 to lead CPA.

Kelsey Gossage scored 11 points and Kaycie Mullens had 10 points and seven rebounds for the Lady Yellow Jackets, who managed just 14-of-51 shooting. Chloe Lee added seven rebounds and four assists and Neyland Yeager scored five points and grabbed six boards.

Franklin boys 69, Antioch 32

Four Rebels reached double figures and the Franklin boys rolled Antioch 69-32. Aidan Smylie scored 17, hitting all eight of his shot attempts, while Brevin Klym scored 15, hitting 5-of-6 from 3-point range, to lead Franklin.

The Rebels shot 61 percent from the field and nine players reach the scorebook. Reed Kemp added 11 points and six assists and Matt Thurman had 11 points, four rebounds and three dimes.

Franklin girls 64, Antioch 38

Sydney Ryan hit four 3-pointers and scored 23 points, Bergen Allee added 19 and the Franklin girls posted a 64-38 win over visiting Antioch.

The Lady Rebels build a 12-point lead by halftime and further extended the advantage by going on an 18-4 run to open the second half. Allee hit a couple triples and Ryan netted seven points in the burst.

Alle finished 7-of-10 from the field to go with six assists. Wren Doran added six rebounds in the win.

Aniyah Bailey scored 23 for Antioch.

Father Ryan boys 47, Independence 43

The Father Ryan boys handed short-handed Independence a 47-43 loss on Tuesday. Luke Gdowski netted 21 for the Irish.

Noah Crook scored a dozen for Indy, which played without Matt St. Charles, Justin Miles and lost Connor Rudolph early in the game. St. Charles and Miles were both going to be evaluated Wednesday.

Father Ryan trailed 32-29 entering the fourth, but used nine points from Gdowski and a couple 3s from Isaac Vandenbergh to pull in front and hang on.

Hrishi Salitri added 10 points and River Katina had nine for the Eagles.

Centennial boys 70, Hendersonville 47

The Cougars improved to 3-0 with a win over the Commandos win Franklin Tuesday.

Patrick Garrett scored 21 points and Dusty Williams added 17 to lead Centennial, which took control with a commanding second quarter. The Cougars outscored Hendersonville 23-2 in the frame.

Isaiah Poore added 11 points in the win.

Summit boys 70, Rockvale 40

Tre Carlton dropped in 25 points, including 13 points in the second quarter, as Summit built an early lead and coasted to the win on the road.

Matt Montana added 14 points, Tristan Conger netted 11 and Andrew Smith had 10 for the Spartans, who are still playing without eight football players as the Summit football team battles in the state semifinals this week.

Brentwood Academy girls 72, Providence Christian Academy 52

Brentwood Academy senior Maggie Brown scored her 1,000th point and the Lady Eagles cruised to a 72-52 win over PCA.

Brown closed with eight points as 10 BA players scored.

Blair Schoenwald led the way with 14 and Caroline Clemmer added 12.

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