|UC teams, LR boys and Devilettes still perfect |
|Posted: Friday, November 7, 2008 4:45 pm |
|Lake Road’s boys remained perfect as did the South Fulton girls and both Union City teams after Thursday junior high basketball play. |
The Generals bettered Ridgemont 43-27, while the SF girls shellacked Black Oak 43-11 and the Lady Twisters owned Three Oaks 65-4.
The UC boys downed the Dyer Countians by a final total of 41-26.
In other games on local courts Thursday night, R’mont took the girls’ game at Lake Road by the final of 51-35 and the Red Devils were 49-19 winners against BO.
Lake Road-R’mont split
Austin Carter did a little bit of everything to pace LR to victory with 13 points, seven rebounds, four assists and three rebounds during Thursday’s win.
Meanwhile, Coleman Dunn offered a dozen markers and two steals with a like number of assists for the victorious Generals (2-0).
Shaw Logan also contributed double digits for Lake Road as he tossed in 10 points, while Zach Tucker added five points and three rebounds.
No stats were reported for the R’mont boys.
During the girls’ game, Brooke Jennings poured in 28 points, but it was not enough for the Lady Generals (1-1).
For Ridgemont, Paige Hicks and Billie Preuett each had 14 points and five rebounds, while Ali McEwen contributed 11 points and nine rebounds.
Lake Road next pays on Tuesday when they host Lake County, while R’mont entertains Rutherford on Monday.
SF sweeps Black Oak
South Fulton’s Talea Cross totaled 10 points and 11 steals to complete a double-double during her team’s drubbing of the Lady Eagles.
Ka-lon Martin also totaled double digits with 10 points and three steals for the winners.
Otherwise, Lakin Hailey pitched in five with the trio of Claire McConnell, Genna Bennett and Lexi Johnson each responsible for four points each.
Rounding out SF’s scoring summary was Jessica Johns and Paxton Pair with two points each.
For Black Oak (0-2), Abby Blackburn topped the scorebook with five points and six rebounds, while Leah Baldwin pulled down five caroms during the defeat.
During the boys’ game, the Red Devils (2-1) were ahead 21-2 after one quarter, 39-9 at halftime and 43-17 with three complete.
Khiry Lewis and Ryan Prince shared the spot as SF’s leading man with nine each, while J.P. Fowler contributed six for the victors.
Chase Kane pulled down six rebounds for the victorious Red Devils.
For Black Oak (0-2), Blake Rudd matched the evening’s high individual point total with an offensive line of nine points, three assists and three steals, while Hunter Short pulled down six rebounds and added four points.
The SF teams return to action Monday when they host Martin, while BO entertains Rutherford next Thursday.
UC cuts down Three Oaks
The Union City girls blanked Three Oaks 44-0 through the first half en route to Thursday’s lopsided triumph.
Jackie Hudson posted a double-double with 24 points and 16 rebounds to pace the Lady Twisters.
Meanwhile, Amber Fair tacked on 13 markers and she had five steals.
Also reaching double digits for the UC girls was Shannon Wiggins with 10 points and six takeaways.
The Lady Twisters also won a girls’ “B” game by a 28-3 final. Kristian Davis paced the locals in that victory with 10 points, while Kaleigh Bynum added in eight markers.
UC returns to action on Monday with a twinbill at Humboldt.