High school standouts for Jan. 14

High school standouts for Jan. 14

January 16th, 2013 by Staff Report in Sports - Preps

• Sara Griffith, GPS: She bowled a 684 series as the Bruisers beat Donelson Christian Academy 20-7 and had games of 203 and 192 in a 20-7 win over Father Ryan as the 2012 Division II state champions sealed their return to the state tournament.

• Emileigh Swafford, Meigs County: Her 25 points included three 3-point baskets in the Lady Tigers' 94-43 basketball defeat of Silverdale Baptist Academy.

• Rebecca Reuter, Bradley Central: She scored 16 points in leading the 17-1 Bearettes past archrival Cleveland, 56-21.

• Augusta Kieviskate, Hamilton Heights: She hit four 3s and totaled 20 points in a 70-23 win over the home-schooled Patriots.

• Erin Hill, Sale Creek: She led the Lady Panthers with 14 points and 12 rebounds in a 37-35 win over Grace Academy.

• Jamee Ward, Brainerd: She scored 17 points in a 47-37 District 6-AA defeat of Central.

• Alex Belk, Heritage: She led four Lady Generals in double figures with 20 points in an 82-47 win over Ridgeland.

• Kassidy Blevins, Gordon Lee: Playing just the first half, she registered 10 points and seven assists in the Lady Trojans' 80-34 win over Christian Heritage.

• Joanna Smith, Chattanooga Christian: She led the Lady Chargers to a comeback 48-45 win over Sequatchie County with 25 points.

• Deronisha Smartt, Howard: She sparked a 60-29 District 6-AA win over Red Bank with 18 points.

• Peyton Davis, Walker Valley: Her 12 points all came on 3-pointers in a 54-51 win over Rhea County.

• Jessica Caudle, East Hamilton: She scored 14 points in a 57-47 defeat of Tyner.

• Taylor Palmer, Calhoun: Her 12 points helped Calhoun down Armuchee 65-42, pushing the Lady Yellow Jackets' record to 14-1.

• Aubrey Clemons and Courtney Crawford, Lakeview-Fort Oglethorpe: Their combined 39 points came in a 63-33 defeat of Adairsville.

• Keonna Beaman, Notre Dame: WIth 16 points, she guided the Lady Irish to a 51-39 win over Grundy County.

• Lakelyn Bouldin, Van Buren County: Her 21 points paced a 64-37 defeat of Arts & Sciences.

• T.T. Staton, Hixson: Her 15-point, 11-rebound double-double led the Lady Wildcats past East Ridge, 53-32.

• Daniel Parrish, Lakeview-Fort Oglethorpe: His 18 points came in a 57-48 losing effort to Adairsville.

• Brandon Walters, Howard: He put up 23 points as the Hustlin' Tigers breezed past Red Bank, 79-44.

• Jay Besley, Brainerd: His 11 assists helped push the Panthers past Central, 71-49.

• Levi Woods, Meigs County: He scored 21 points in a 66-55 defeat of Silverdale Baptist Academy.

• Tyler Turner, Van Buren County: He had 30 points as the Spencer team downed CSAS, 63-55.

• Clark Marshall, Chattanooga Christian: His 12 points were tops in a low-scoring 38-29 win over Sequatchie County.

• Cody Knox and Tyler Lowery, East Hamilton: Knox scored 27 points and Lowery's three-point play pushed the Hurricanes past Tyner in double overtime, 71-69.

• Tyler Adams, Ringgold: The post had 17 points to lead the Tigers to a 63-52 win over Region 5-AAA foe Sonoraville.

• Rokas Paulauskas, Hamilton Heights: He led the Hawks to a 58-52 win over the Chattanooga Patriots with 11 points and a game-high 17 rebounds.

• Antonio Jackson, Ooltewah: He led the Owls with 19 points in a 60-52 District 5-AAA win over McMinn County.

• Kareem Orr and Stedmon Ford, Notre Dame: They combined for 49 points as the Irish rolled past Grundy County, 83-49.

• Kolbe King, East Ridge: He had a team-high 18 points as the Pioneers topped Hixson in a District 6-AA game, 59-50.

• D'Mondta Smith 27, Hixson: He had 27 points and a career-high 26 rebounds in the loss to East Ridge.

• Cameron Sherlin, Heritage: He score nine of his team-high 18 points in the fourth quarter as the Generals overtook Ridgeland for a 56-52 region win.

• Gannon Harris, Ridgeland: He had 24 points in a losing cause.

• Jalen Smith, Rhea County: He had a game-high 29 points, but it wasn't enough in a 61-54 loss to Walker Valley.

• Sam Welsh, Gordon Lee: He hit five 3-pointers in a 26-point night as the Trojans escaped Christian Heritage with a 63-60 win.