Bulldogs battle past Montreat

Bulldogs battle past Montreat

February 14th, 2013 by Staff Reports in Sportlocal

SUMMARIES

Women

BRYAN 46, REINHARDT 37

Reinhardt (16-13, 11-6 AAC)

Aiken 16, Besley, Johnson 1, Hay 15, Mayo 5, Hewett, Lockhart.

Bryan (17-10, 11-6)

Ray 7, Pippenger 6, Formont 8, Brooks 20, Burnette 5, Kilgore, Neuharth, Kaler, Brown.

Halftime: Bryan, 14-12.

REINHARDT 76, BRYAN 68

Reinhardt (11-14, 8-7 AAC)

Jackson 13, Wood 23, Mayfield 9, Shumake 11, Buford 2, Thomas 4, Reno, Swint 7, Cooper, Hughley 3, Porter 4.

Bryan (13-14, 9-6)

Fortenberry 7, Nash 12, Riley 7, Tyler, Walker 16, Parsons 2, Troino 10, Holt, Cole 14.

Halftime: Reinhardt, 36-31.

WALTERS STATE 85, CLEVELAND STATE 54

Walters State (24-1, 16-0 TJCAA)

Frye 7, Roan 13, Rogers 10, Crenshaw 19, McAlister 10, Shuler 13, Gilmore, Bolduc 2, Hall, Wilbanks 11, Tucker, Maddox.

Cleveland State (13-9, 6-7)

Brown 3, Nunn 2, Anthony 9, Gasper 6, Jones 12, Taylor 6, Martinez 5, Davis 5, Owens 3, Fetzer 3.

Halftime: Walters State, 41-19.

COVENANT 56, AGNES SCOTT 45

Agnes Scott (13-9, 7-2 GSAC)

Register 12, Sapateh 12, Orr 4, Cooper 9, Jones 2, McKinney 2, Creer 4, Sims.

Covenant (11-10, 4-6)

Blankenship 12, Chittenden 10, Cooper 6, Soles 9, Gibson 9, Dougherty 4, Kreisel, Woodward, Storteboom 6.

Halftime: Covenant, 24-21.

Men

TENNESSEE WESLEYAN 101, MONTREAT 75

Montreat (9-17, 4-11 AAC)

Dockery 8, McVay 11, Adams 25, Hawkins 15, Bethoney, Lucas 8, Smith-Perry 2, Kehler 3, Symonette 3.

Tennessee Wesleyan (21-7, 14-1)

Ward 7, Burse 16, Harper 16, Crisp 20, McClendon 15, Smith 8, Whitman, Nicolo 2, Beeler, Triplett 7, Turnipseed 9, Williams 1.

Halftime: TWC, 60-36.

REINHARDT 76, BRYAN 68

Reinhardt (11-14, 8-7 AAC)

Jackson 13, Wood 23, Mayfield 9, Shumake 11, Buford 2, Thomas 4, Reno, Swint 7, Cooper, Hughley 3, Porter 4.

Bryan (13-14, 9-6)

Fortenberry 7, Nash 12, Riley 7, Tyler, Walker 16, Parsons 2, Troino 10, Holt, Cole 14.

Halftime: Reinhardt, 36-31.

CLEVELAND STATE 88, WALTERS STATE 62

Walters State (12-15, 6-10 TJCAA)

Wilkerson 5, Taylor 16, Robinson 16, Wilson 10, Ailshie, Key 2, Pillow 2, White 9, Holloway, Williams, Simpson 2, High.

Cleveland State (13-8, 7-6)

Eason 15, Goncalves 10, Swift 6, Okoro 11, Dando 21, McPherson 2, Dansby 5, Suttles 18.

Halftime: Cleveland State, 49-29.

Five Bulldogs were in double figures Wednesday, four in scoring and E'Jay Ward with 10 assists, and 19th-ranked Tennessee Wesleyan rolled to a 101-75 Appalachian Athletic Conference victory over Montreat in an NAIA men's college basketball game at Athens, Tenn.

Desmond Crisp topped the scorers for TWC with 20 points and Tyler Burse and Matt Harper had 16 apiece. Zamarius McClendon chipped in with 15 points and led the Bulldogs with seven rebounds, four steals and two blocks.

• Cleveland State 88, Walters State 62: At Cleveland, Tenn., Cougars' leading scorer Gabe Dando's 21 points in the TJCAA came on 7-of-12 shooting from 3-point distance.

Trey Suttles added 18 points and seven rebounds in the victory and Ralph Eason had 15 points and 13 assists. Xavier Okoro scored 11 and Filipe Goncalves had 10.

• Reinhardt 76, Bryan 68: At Dayton, Tenn., Derrick Walker had 16 points and Carrin Nash had 12 and led the Lions with seven rebounds in their AAC loss.

Brandon Cole added 14 points for Bryan and Robert Troino scored 10.

• Bryan (w) 46, Reinhardt 37: At Dayton, Tenn., Kelsey Brooks sparked the Lady Lions' victory in the AAC game with 20 points, including 3-of-4 shooting from behind the arc and 9-of-10 from the free-throw line. She also led Bryan with nine rebounds and four steals.

• Montreat (w) 71, Tennessee Wesleyan 68: At Athens, Tenn., the Lady Bulldogs' Michelle Davis led all scorers with 25 points in the AAC loss. She also had three steals.

Courtney Gobble contributed 11 points for TWC and Cody Houck pulled down 14 rebounds. Heather Gibson dished seven assists.

• Walters State (w) 85, Cleveland State 54: At Cleveland, Tenn., Chelsea Jones with 12 points was the only Lady Cougar to score in double figures in the TJCAA loss to the seventh-ranked Lady Senators.

• Covenant (w) 56, Agnes Scott 45: At Lookout Mountain, Ga., the Lady Scots got 10 points, nine rebounds and three blocks from Jessica Chittenden and they surprised the Great South Atlantic Conference leader. Ruth Gibson made three 3-pointers and was the other senior honored on Senior Night.

Junior Jessie Blankenship led Covenant with 12 points and surpassed the 1,000 mark for her career in the process.