published Sunday, February 24th, 2013

Bulldogs, Lions in AAC final

Women's Games

SAA quarterfinals at Jackson, Miss.

MILLSAPS 64, SEWANEE 33

Sewanee (6-18)

Samociuk 4, Lowe 5, Bradford 5, Chauvin 5, Sewell 6, Medley 2, McDonough 6, Jackson, Culbertson, Howell.

Millsaps (16-9)

Perez 2, Johnson 9, Morgan, Roberson 7, Brooks 9, Morton 9, Kerr 2, Sigafoose 1, White 6, Love 6, Holmes 6, Crawford 5, Earl, Buxton, Douglas 2, Mbenza, Chase.

Halftime: Millsaps, 36-17.

AAC semifinal at Kingsport, Tenn.

UNION 65, TENNESSEE WESLEYAN 53

Union (21-9)

Taylor 30, Roberts 10, H. Perkins 6, Waters 16, Nash 1, L. Perkins 2, Jefferson, Hill, Clontz, Rice.

Tennessee Wesleyan (18-11)

Gobble 10, J. Davis 3, Gibson 18, Houck 6, M. Davis 7, McKinnon 8, Moreland 1, Murr, Lyness.

Halftime: Tennessee Wesleyan, 34-33.

Thursday Games

AAC quarterfinals in Kingsport, Tenn.

TENNESSEE WESLEYAN 61, MONTREAT 49

Montreat (18-14)

Singleton 5, Gellman 14, Mew 4, Henriquez 5, Clontz 6, Henderson 2, Chavira 7, Thomas 6, Sharova, Maney, Jensen.

Tennessee Wesleyan (18-10)

Gobble 4, J. Davis 6, Gibson 12, Houck 11 (12 rebs.), M. Davis 18 (13 rebs.), Moreland 3, McKinnon 4, Murr 1, McWilliams 2, Hardaway, Lumbasio.

Halftime: Tennessee Wesleyan, 29-25.

REINHARDT 62, BRYAN 42

Reinhardt (17-14)

Hay 17, Mayo 8, Aiken 5, Besley 7 (12 rebs.), Johnson 7, Hewett 2, Lockhart 14, Oliver, Bankston 2, Graham.

Bryan (17-11)

Ray 9, Formont 10, Brooks 6 (5 steals), Burnette 14 (8 rebs.), Pippenger, Kilgore 3, Neuharth.

Halftime: Reinhardt, 23-20.

Men's Games

SAA quarterfinals at Danville, Ky.

OGLETHORPE 59, SEWANEE 53

Oglethorpe (17-9)

Purdy 2, Kinney 6, Molinet 8, Davis 14, Jovaag 10, Pitts 6, Patrick 11, Courson 2, Hamilton.

Sewanee (17-9)

Carter 4, Bryant 11, T. Brown 12, Bouldin 9, Nelson, Hodge 6, Born, Affronti 9, S. Brown 2, Heatherly, Veal.

Halftime: Sewanee, 30-29.

AAC quarterfinals at Kingsport, Tenn.

TENNESSEE WESLEYAN 85, MILLIGAN 83

Milligan (18-13)

Pettis 24, Woods 4, Ellis 4, DeVault 16, Sitton 14, Brooks 6, McLeod 4, Hendren 11.

Tennessee Wesleyan (24-7)

Ward 6, Burse 5, Harper 11, Crisp 17, McClendon 24, Smith 11, Triplett 5, Wiliams 4, Turnipseed, Nicolo 2.

Halftime: Tennessee Wesleyan, 39-35.

BRYAN 57, POINT 51

Bryan (15-15)

Walker 12, Parsons, Rilely 14, Fortenberry 5, Cole 7, Troino 11, Tyner 5, Nash 3.

Point (20-11)

Ingle 4, Mitchell 4, Hopkins 22, Miller 4, Parks 11, Jackson 4, Houston, Watkins 2, Shelley, Pierce.

Halftime: 28-28.

NJCAA Reg. XVII at Warner Robins, Ga.

WEST GEORGIA TECH 73,

GEORGIA NORTHWESTERN 33

Georgia Northwestern (8-19)

Todd 4, Miller 8, Reynolds 5, Ivester 3, Cotton 3, Olsen 8, Johnson, Dempsey, Robinson 2, Jackson.

West Georgia Tech (15-15)

Wynn 18, Jones 5, Monk 4, Chaney 19, Hennings 11, Walker 6, Perry 6, Moten, Weeks 4.

Halftime: West Georgia Tech, 53-20.

Thursday Games

AAC quarterfinals in Kingsport, Tenn.

TENN. WESLEYAN 123, ST. ANDREWS 97

St. Andrews (2-25)

Orr 19 (12 rebs.), Carnegie 17 (7 asts., 4 steals), Clay 10, Chinn 9, Tucker, Brown 16, McCorkle 14, Smith 9, Peljto 3.

Tennessee Wesleyan (23-7)

Ward 6 (11 asts., 6 steals), Burse 12, Harper 16, Crisp 15, McClendon 30 (12 rebs.), Smith 24, Triplett 3, Turnipseed 6, Nicolo 6, Williams 2, Whitman 3, Beeler.

Halftime: Tennessee Wesleyan, 58-49.

BRYAN 78, UNION COLLEGE 73

Union, Ky. (15-14)

Strange 2, Smith 11, Adams 4, Johnson 16, Bush, Thomas 20 (6 asts.), Wagner 13, Smith 7, Hall.

Bryan (14-15)

Walker 20 (10 rebs.), Parsons 10, Riley 22, Fortenberry 7, Cole 4, Nash 7 (8 rebs.), Tyler 5, Troino 3, Chastain.

Halftime: Bryan, 28-25.

The Tennessee Wesleyan men's basketball team stretched its winning streak to 17 games with an 85-83 escape of Milligan in the semifinals of the Appalachian Athletic Conference tournament Friday in Kingsport, Tenn., but the second-seeded Wesleyan women lost 65-53 to third seed Union College and wound up 18-11 for the season.

Milligan's top-seeded Lady Buffs also lost, 61-52 to fifth seed Reinhardt, but have a berth already in the NAIA Division II national tournament in Sioux City, Iowa. April Besley from Dalton had 10 rebounds and four steals for Reinhardt (18-14).

The third-seeded Bryan College men beat second seed Point 57-51 in the last game Friday and will play TWC in today's final.

Amber Taylor scored 30 points and two-time AAC player of the year Lindsey Waters had 16 points and 10 rebounds for Union (21-9), which forced TWC into 23 turnovers and held the Athens team to 20 percent shooting in the second half. For Wesleyan, Heather Gibson had 18 points, seven rebounds and four assists and Courtney Gobble had 10 points, seven rebounds and three steals. Cody Houck grabbed eight rebounds.

Zamarius McClendon had 24 points and 11 rebounds for the TWC men (24-7), who got 17 points from Desmond Crisp and 11 assists and five steals from AAC player of the year E'Jay Ward. Cartree Pettis had 24 points and nine assists for Milligan.

Robert Riley scored 14 points and Derrick Walker had 12 points, 12 rebounds and five assists for Bryan's Lions (15-15).

Meanwhile, both Sewanee teams ended their seasons in the Southern Athletic Association tournament quarterfinals, losing 64-33 in Jackson, Miss., to the host Millsaps women and 59-53 to the Oglethorpe men in Danville, Ky. Tyler Brown had 12 points and 13 rebounds and Valentino Bryant had 11 points and four assists for the Sewanee guys, who wound up 17-9.

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