Roundup: Ridgeview Girls Survive Central in Mountain 7 Showdown | Sports


NORTON – Hailey Sutherland scored 21 points and picked up 15 rebounds to lead Ridgeview to a 66-47 victory over Wise Central in a battle between the Mountain 7 girls’ basketball powers on Tuesday night.

Brooklyn Frazier racked up 16 points and delivered eight assists to Lady Wolfpack, who beat Lady Warriors 31-16 in the fourth quarter to walk away. Caiti Hill tied Frazier with 16 points.

Emmah McAmis had 23 points to lead Central. Bayleigh Allison added nine and Jill Sturgill seven.

Union 66, Lee 46

BIG STONE GAP – Jordan Shuler scored for the distance in Lady Bears’ Mountain 7’s home victory at the opener. She knocked down six 3-point goals in a 23-point performance.

Abby Slagle added 19 points to the winning effort, and Isabella Blagg and Brooke Bailey added eight each.

Drew Cox tied Shuler with 23 points for the Lady Generals (3-2, 0-1). Madison Jessee hit two 3s and scored seven runs.

East Side 49, Rye Cove 42

COEBURN – Azzy Hammons, Taylor Clay and Carter Powers worked hard for the Lady Spartans to claim their first win of the season in the Cumberland District.

Hammons shot up to 20 points to lead the offensive. Clay had 15 points and five assists and Powers scored 11, but their defensive contributions were just as important.

Clay had seven interceptions with 13 deflections and Powers recorded 11 deflections to help Eastside (7-5, 1-0) force 30 turnovers.

Kaylee Lamb scored four 3-pointers and finished with 18 points to lead the Lady Eagles (3-7, 0-1). Naquila Harless added eight points.

Thomas Walker 43 years old, JI Burton 39 years old

NORTON – Lakin Burke paced the Lady Pioneers with 17 points and Patricia Bigge totaled 13 in Cumberland’s relentless victory over host Lady Raiders.

Kaylee Jenkins finished with 15 for Burton and Anyah Hollinger finished with nine.

Twin Springs 48, Castlewood 21

CASTLEWOOD – Chloe Gilmer led the offense with 21 points and the Lady Titans defense covered the Lady Blue Devils.

Abygail Finch scored eight points and Preslie Larkins took seven rebounds.

Cherokee 37, Hancock County 27

ROGERSVILLE – Macy McDavid and Emma Houck collected 10 points each to lead the Lady Chiefs, who slipped into the home stretch to beat the Lady Indians.

Raegan Collins was Hancock County’s top scorer with 15 points.

Knox Catholic 63, Sullivan East 40

KNOXVILLE – Sydney Mains burned the net for 33 points and the Lady Irish beat the Lady Patriots.

Jaz Williams added 11 for Catholic, who is led by former Daniel Boone coach Travis Mains.

Jenna Hare, with 13 points, was the only double-digit scorer for Sullivan East.


Union 68, Lee 15

BIG STONE GAP – The Bears ended that Mountain 7 game almost before fans had settled into their seats. Union opened up a 29-0 lead before the Generals were finally put on the scoreboard midway through the second quarter.

Bradley Bunch shot 10 for 11 from the ground and finished with 22 points and eight rebounds to pace the Bears (5-3, 1-0). Reyshaun Anderson had 10 points to go with six rebounds, four assists and three steals, and Malachi Jenkins also finished with 10 points.

Brynnen Pendergraft was Lee’s top scorer (2-8, 0-1) with five points.

Ridgeview 75, Center 66

NORTON – Cannon Hill shot 22 points, including 14 from the free throw line, and the Wolfpack fought off the Warriors.

Austin Mullins had a performance of 21 points and Chantz Robinette topped the win with 13.

Casey Dotson recorded 19 points for the Warriors, who received two 11-point efforts from Braeden Church and Ethan Mullins. Parker Collins finished with nine.

JI Burton 67, Thomas Walker 61

NORTON – Lonnie Lindsey collected eight of the Raiders’ 10 points in overtime to bring them to Cumberland’s victory.

Noa Godsey finished with 18 points for JI Burton and Clay Hart scored a nine point effort.

Zack Kidwell was the Pioneers’ leading scorer at 26 and Cameron Grabeel at 14.

Rye Cove 65, East Side 52

COEBURN – Ethan Chavez finished with a flurry, scoring 18 points in the final quarter and 39 overall for the Eagles.

Zach Baker and Matthew Rhoton added seven points each for Rye Cove.

Eli McCoy had 20 points in Eastside’s loss. Cole Mullins has accumulated 15 points.

Twin Springs 75, Castlewood 30

CASTLEWOOD – The Titans nearly passed the Blue Devils in the first half and then blew them away in the third quarter.

Connor Lane had 16 points at halftime and finished with 21 for the game. Bradley Owens scored 15 points including nine for Ryan Horne and eight for Mason Elliott.

Castlewood’s leading scorer was Brad McCoy with 14 points.

Hancock 47, Cherokee 34

ROGERSVILLE – The Indians scored the first 13 points in a 17-2 streak to open the game.

Hunter Hatfield hit five 3s to lead the Sneedville boys with 16 points and Storm Ramsey did extra damage with 12.

Colton McLain led Cherokee with 16 points.

David Crockett 74, College 38

JONESBOROUGH – The Pioneers scored the first eight points of the game and took the resounding victory over the Bucs.

Dawson Wagner had 14 points in the first half and 31 overall to lead Crockett. He had six 3-pointers.

Seth Britton contributed 11 points and Clint Pierce added eight in the Pioneers victory. College high school was led by AJ Murphy with 10 points.

Cloud Country 79, KACHEA 49

ROAN MOUNTAIN – The Highlanders claimed their fifth straight victory behind Caleb Sluder ’24 points.

Dylan Shell shot 18 points with 11 points for Caden Clark and nine for Jacob Street. Gage McKinney tallied 12 rebounds.

Caleb Graham led the Wildcats with 14 points and Jake DeBoard had 12.


Volunteer 73, West Morristown 63

MORRISTOWN – Garrison Barrett led four double-digit Falcons with 20 points in Monday night’s road win over the Trojans.

Andrew Knittel finished with 15, followed by Joltin Harrison with 14, Jon Wes Lovelace with 10 and Heath Miller with nine.

Morristown West was led by Luke Yandell with 15 points and Barker Evans with 14.


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