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Court Report: Late free throw sends Fairview home with win

Issac Edmondson hit a free throw with 5.4 seconds remaining to give Fairview a 70-69 win over Spring Hill Tuesday night.

Leading 58-42 after three quarters, the Yellow Jackets saw Spring Hill surge back into contention with a 27-12 run in the final eight minutes.

Grant Estes led Fairview with 23 points while Edmondson added 20.

Spring Hill (10-5, 7-3) had been in a second-place tie in District 12-AA before the loss.

 

Boys

Jan. 22

 

Brentwood Academy 54

Montgomery Bell Academy 56

Kamani Hodges won the rivalry match against Brentwood Academy with a 3-pointer as time expired. D’Montre Wade had a team-high 17 points for the Eagles while Josh Lester added 12 points.

 

Battle Ground Academy 82

Ensworth 87

The Tigers and Wildcats entered the final quarter tied 65-65 before Ensworth pulled away for the win. Corn Elder had a game-high 28 points for the Tigers while BGA was led by Brian Dangerfield 23 points. Nathan Moran added 10 points for the Wildcats.

 

Centennial 59

Hillsboro 82

Jamonte Davis had a game-high 31 points for Hillsboro. Centennial’s Matt Pond had a team-high 18 points while JaNique Johnson added 12.

 

East Hickman 37

Summit 46

East Hickman failed to earn their second District 12-AA win as Summit continues to move up the standings. Tucker Rippy led the Spartans with 15 points with Makinde London added nine.

 

Hickman County 59

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Hunter Benefield scored 36 points in the Patriots’ runaway victory. Donte DeSalle chipped in with 15 points.

 

Jan. 18

Franklin 46

Brentwood 64

Brentwood took solid control of the District 11-AAA standings Friday night, defeating Franklin 64-46 while Hillsboro lost to Ravenwood.

Bruins wing player Andy Schumpert showed little to no residue of injury Friday night, scoring 25 points against the Rebels after missing Tuesday’s game against Centennial.

The night’s opening two quarters were a back-and-forth battle featuring 11 lead changes.

The Rebels hung close with the District 11-AAA leading Bruins in the first half thanks to solid post play from Ben Hagaman. A transfer from Brentwood, Hagaman led the team with 21 points – nine in the first quarter.

 

Hillsboro 52

Ravenwood 59

The Raptors handed Hillsboro their second district loss of the season, outscoring the Burros 38-29 in the second half. Jonathan Coles led the way for Ravenwood with 13 points while Matthew Hailey and Ryan Nelson each added 12.

 

Father Ryan 46

Brentwood Academy 35

Father Ryan broke a 9-9 tie with an 11-4 run in the second quarter. Brandon Taylor led BA with 12 points with Josh Lester adding nine.

 

BGA 67

MBA 46

The Wildcats depth gradually pulled BGA away from the Big Red as the team outscored MBA by 19 points in the final three quarters. Gavin Shellnut led BGA with 18 points and three 3-pointers while Nathan Moran sunk two 3-pointers on his way to 14 points.

 

Summit 63

Hickman County 32

Trailing by three points after one quarter, Summit rebounded with a 48-9 run over the next two periods. Makinde London had a team-high 12 points while Tucker Rippy, Grant Robison, and Malcom Walker each had 11.

 

Santa Fe 38

Fairview 63

The Yellow Jackets outscored Santa Fe 23-6 in the second quarter, overcoming a 7-5 disadvantage after eight minutes of play. Garrett Wall led Fairview with 17 points while Issac Edmondson and Grant Estes each added 14 points. Estes sunk four 3-point baskets.

 

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Lewis County 62

Hunter Benefield scored 27 points as the Patriots defeated Lewis County thanks to a 19-14 fourth quarter. Ben Brannum contributed with 13 points.

 

Girls

Jan. 22

 

Centennial 34

Hillsboro 65

Hillsboro pulled away from Centennial with a 20-9 third-quarter run. LaShundra Hammond led the Lady Cougars with 10 points while Jordan Johnson added eight.

 

Spring Hill 37

Fairview 49

Fairview defeated Spring Hill thanks to a 19-6 run in the second quarter. Cierra McDonald led the charge with 22 points while Taylor Langston contributed with 12 points.

 

East Hickman 21

Summit 64

East Hickman is still looking for their first District 12-AA win after Summit ran away to a 43-point win. Teondra Crawford has a game-high 21 points for the Lady Spartans with Caroline Patrick and Haley Corbett adding nine points each.

 

Hickman County 39

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The Lady Patriots remained unbeaten in district play, gradually pulling away from Hickman County. Bria White had a team-high 18 points while Cat Taylor was close behind with 16.

 

Brentwood Academy 59

Harpeth Hall 54

Hailey Pierson scored 17 points in the Lady Eagles narrow victory over Harpeth Hall. India Hall added 13 points for BA.

 

Battle Ground Academy 21

Ensworth 78

The Lady Tigers jumped to a 28-8 advantage on BGA in the first quarter and did not look back. Allison Cowie led the Lady Wildcats with seven points while Caroline Abbott chipped in with six.

 

Jan. 18

 

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Lewis County 34

Bria White scored 22 points as the Lady Patriots continue their perfect district record. Cat Taylor added 14 points as Page outscored Lewis County 34-16 in the second and third quarters.

 

Summit 54

Hickman County 55

Hailey Powers hit two free throws for Hickman County with no time on the clock to send the Lady Spartans home with a loss. Teondra Crawford had a team-high 22 points for Summit with Sydney Forrest adding 10.

 

Santa Fe 46

Fairview 44

Santa Fe outscored the Lady Yellow Jackets 13-7 in the final quarter to earn the victory. Taylor Langston led Fairview with 18 points while Cierra McDonald added 13.

 

Father Ryan 20

Brentwood Academy 25

The Lady Eagles allowed only two Father Ryan players to score in this defensive struggle. Hailey Pierson led BA with nine points while Jai Murphy added seven.

 

Hillsboro 59

Ravenwood 32

Hillsboro widened a four-point advantage with a 16-5 run to end the first half. Ravenwood was led by Lexi McKay with 11 points. Colyn Springer and Bailey Swayze each added six points.

 


Posted on: 1/21/2013

 
 

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