published Sunday, January 19th, 2014

Roadrunners romp, 19-2 in first season

Tyrel Edwards scored 21 points with 4-of-6 success on 3-point shots as Dalton State's first-year men's basketball team improved to 19-2 with a 95-70 romp Saturday afternoon at Allen University in Columbia, S.C.

Demetrice Jacobs had 14 points and 11 rebounds, Preston Earle and Anthony Hilliard scored 13 and 10 points and LaDaris Green had nine rebounds with nine points for the Roadrunners, who had a 53-31 edge in rebounds. Sean Tate had four assists.

Dalton State plays Tuesday night at Tennessee Temple, which beat Morris College 103-86 Saturday for the Crusaders' third win in a row after ending 2013 with five losses in a row. Hampton Mack and Weedlens Beauvil scored 23 points each and Jordan Brown added 18 for Temple (10-8), which got six assists from Jarrett Smith.

The Temple women improved to 6-10 with an 88-58 rout of Morris, as Angel Foster had 16 points and 14 rebounds, TaQuasha O'Neal scored 14 points, Shakoya Monroe and Kristiana Pumpure added 13 each and Amanda Rector contributed 12 points and eight assists. Jess Salera also scored 12.

• At Huntsville, Ala., Lee University beat Alabama-Huntsville 91-80 with Hollie German providing 38 points with six 3s and seven assists and Adams adding 33 points and 12 rebounds, but the host Chargers salvaged a Gulf South Conference split with a 66-52 win.

Ronnie Mack scored 23 points for UAH (8-7, 4-4), countering 18 points and four steals from Corey Billingsley and 13 points from Tyquan Roberts for Lee (6-8, 2-6). German hit 14 of 15 free throws and Adams made seven of eight for the Lady Flames (10-4, 6-2). Jordan Smith and Jasmine Hammon scored 27 and 26 points for the Lady Chargers (9-5, 4-4).

• At Dayton, Tenn., Bryan College swept visiting St. Andrews in an Appalachian Athletic Conference doubleheader, 58-42 in the women's game and 59-52 in the men's.

Kristin Lane had game highs of 15 points and 19 rebounds and Victoria Griffin scored 12 points for the Lady Lions (14-6, 9-2), who remain tied for first place. Brandon Cole continued his outstanding season for the Lions (10-10, 6-4) with 20 points and 13 rebounds, and Terrell Maryland had eight rebounds.

In another AAC doubleheader, Tennessee Wesleyan won both games at Montreat -- 77-74 for the Lady Bulldogs (12-3, 9-2), ranked 25th in NAIA Division II, and 99-85 for the Bulldogs (11-8, 7-3).

• At Raleigh, N.C., Covenant won its USA South men's game over William Peace, 78-76, but lost the women's game 68-60 despite a school-record-tying 22 rebounds with 16 points by Jessie Blankenship.

Colton McGriff scored 26 points for the Scots, who almost let a 21-point lead slip away, and Chris Boyd had four assists and three blocked shots. In addition to Blankenship's seventh double-double in a row and 29th for her career, Alexis Storteboom had 11 points and eight rebounds for the Lady Scots.

• At Sewanee, Tenn., Sewanee lost 63-52 to Centre in the women's Southern Athletic Association game and fell 85-46 in the men's, ending a 14-game home winning streak.

Collin Lopez led four double-figure scorers with 17 points on 7-of-7 field-goal shooting for the Centre men (10-3, 4-0), who shot 63.2 percent as a team. Jorden Williams scored 15 points and Clay Born added 11 for Sewanee (9-5, 2-2). Paige Lowe scored 23 for the Sewanee women.

• At Morristown, Tenn., the NJCAA's second-ranked Walters State Lady Senators beat No. 20 Cleveland State 78-46 and the Senators completed the TCCAA sweep with a 73-60 victory.

Jephany Brown scored 20 points and Jasmine McAllister had 15 points and 13 rebounds for the Lady Senators (20-0, 9-0). Jamesha Mosley scored 19 for Cleveland State (14-3, 6-3), which got 10 and eight points fro Aysia Grimsley and Katrice Harris. Aaron Wheeler's 26 points led the Senators (11-10, 4-5), who got 12 points and 13 rebounds from former Cleveland State player Trey Suttles. Keevin Tyus had 19 points and nine rebounds while Robert Brandon scored 16 points and Stetson Moore added 12 for the Cougars (9-6, 4-5).

Area College Summaries

Women's Games

BRYAN 58, ST. ANDREWS 42

St. Andrews (5-11, 2-9 AAC)

Gasque 12, Jennings 7, Knight, Smith, Law 6, Johnson 7, Davis 6, Fulcher 4, Kamara.

Bryan (14-6, 9-2)

Ray 6, Lane 15, Formont 3, Brooks 7, Neuharth 8, Griffin 12, Billingsby 4, Sharova, Calfee 3, McCollough, Brown, Thompson.

Halftime: Bryan, 27-19.

TENNESSEE TEMPLE 88, MORRIS 58

Morris College

Hawkins 7, Hill 3, Elimore 2, Harris 12, Moon 16, Thomas 3, Howard 5, Green 2, Jaggers 8, Austin, Tatum, Mason.

Tennessee Temple (6-10)

Fowler, Rector 12, O'Neal 14, Shilliot 6, Salera 12, Pumpure 13, Foster 16, Monroe 13, Smith, Ebert 2, Holman.

Halftime: Tennessee Temple, 47-30.

CENTRE 63, SEWANEE 52

Centre (10-5, 4-0 SAA)

Hartlage 16, Rhule 3, Ala. Guy 7, Stough, Baechle 21, Andreassen 5, Ale. Guy 9, Colliver, McKnight 2, Judy.

Sewanee (7-8, 0-4)

McDonough, Sewell 5, Lowe 23, Rose 3, Chauvin 12, Hassett 6, Lyerly 3, Jones, Culbertson.

Halftime: Sewanee, 31-29.

WILLIAM PEACE 68, COVENANT 60

Covenant (4-11, 1-6 USAS)

Soles 6, Woodward 4, Williams 7, Storteboom 11, Blankenship 16, Dougherty 7, Price 6, Nielsen 2, Quimby 1, Doyle.

William Peace (1-9, 1-3)

Jordan 5, Alston 11, Simpson 14, Jones 11, Gooden 15, Boykin 6, Silva 4, Murphy, Robinson 2, Murrill.

Halftime: William Peace, 32-28.

LEE 91, ALABAMA-HUNTSVILLE 80

Lee (10-4, 6-2 GSC)

Adams 33, Miller 4, Lockhart 5, German 38, Lee 3, Barker 4, Iles 3, Swope 1, Neuharth, Beavers.

Alabama-Huntsville (9-5, 4-4)

Newton 4, Jones 1, Hammon 26, Steinert 10, Smith 27, H. Jarnagin 3, Saunders 5, S. Jarnagin 4, Reeves, Reeves.

Halftime: Lee, 44-32.

Men's Games

BRYAN 59, ST. ANDREWS 52

St. Andrews (2-12, 1-9 AAC)

Bowen, Smith 16, Watson 5, Gary 20, Jones 2, Banner 4, Wood 5, Zjacic, Pittman, Johnson, Woulard.

Bryan (10-10, 6-4)

Maryland, Cole 20, Shkarp 5, Troino 11, Walker 8, Landers 10, Parsons 2, Holt 3.

Halftime: St. Andrews, 31-29.

TENNESSEE TEMPLE 103, MORRIS 86

Morris College

Maple 16, Charles 7, Canty 29, Nelson 7, James, Chisolm 5, Johnson 14, Dials 4, Mikell, Howard 4.

Tennessee Temple (10-8)

Jar. Smith 7, Mack 23, Clarke 14, Beauvil 23, Brown 18, Freeze 8, Jal. Smith 2, Patrick 2, Westbrooks, Sparkman 2, Jovanovic, Defender 2, Nicks, Chavers 2, Johnson.

Halftime: Tennessee Temple, 54-39.

CENTRE 85, SEWANEE 46

Centre (10-3, 4-0 SAA)

Lopez 17, Murray 6, Whiteside 10, Scinta 12, Wesley 11, Gump 4, Geegan 6, Karsner, Steggeman 5, Arnett 2, Gruber 6, Miller 2, Lohr 2, Clark, Sandoval.

Sewanee (9-5, 2-2)

Carter 2, Brown 3, Williams 15, Caldwell, L. Born 5, C. Born 11, Tome, Heatherly, Veal, Downey 3, Nelson 5, Stone, Turner 2, Beviacqua.

Halftime: Centre, 43-13.

COVENANT 78, WILLIAM PEACE 76

Covenant (7-10, 2-4 USAS)

Boyd 1, Bell 6, McGriff 26, Frierson 12, Turner 5, Garrett 11, Engbers 3, Phelps 10, Ferguson 2, Portlock 2, Arima.

William Peace (5-8, 0-3)

Allen 8, Strother 8, Wolf 4, Hinnant, Nolan 10, Vince 8, Thomas 12, Gibson 14, Rogers 4, Hunter 8, Emfinger.

Halftime: Covenant, 41-30.

ALABAMA-HUNTSVILLE 66, LEE 52

Lee (6-8, 2-6 GSC)

Billingsley 18, Roberts 13, Thomas 6, Lee 2, Forhetrz, Ford 6, Worthington 5, Sharp, Marquette 2, Johnson, Bawa.

Alabama-Huntsville (8-7, 4-4)

Mack 23, Dedrick 13, Gardner 9, Blasi 8, Webster 2, Chapman 5, Palmer, Saxton 3, Donovan, Gilmore, Cosgrove, Duke 3.

Halftime: UA-Huntsville, 34-24.

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