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Bulldogs win big in pairs

Bulldogs win big in pairs

Posted: Wednesday, January 25, 2012 12:00 pm

Gleason’s boys got a big win in a big way.
The Bulldogs broke open a close game in the second quarter and rolled to a 53-31 win over Carroll Academy in District 13A action Friday at CA.
That win gave Gleason a sweep for the night as the Lady Bulldogs pitched a shutout for three quarters and allowed only a free throw in the other for a 44-1 win.
Westview split a pair of District 13AA games at Haywood County, picking up a 53-50 win in the girls’ game and then  dropping a 73-69 decision in the boys’ nightcap.
Gleason 53, CA 31 (B)
The ’Dogs put four players in double figures and outscored Carroll 17-3 in the second period to take control.
Alex Hahn led all players with 17 points, hiting four 3-pointers, while teammates Thomas Fowler, Ethan Terrell and Tracy Perry all pitched in 10 points for Gleason.
Tre Williams scored 15 for Carroll Academy, connecting three times from 3-point range.
The Bulldogs trailed 9-8 after one quarter but opened up a 25-12 halftime advantage. The margin was still 13 points, 36-23, after three periods.
Gleason 44, CA 1 (G)
The Lady Bulldogs led 17-1 after one quarter and then 34-1 at the half in picking up the win. Gleason then scored five points in each of the final two periods.
Heather Whitworth notched a game-high 17 points, hitting five 3-pointers, and Courtney Taylor added 10 points for Gleason.
WV 53, Haywood 50 (G)
The Lady Chargers held a 26-22 halftime lead and then outscored the Lady Tomcats 18-15 in the final period after the home team fought back for a tie at the end of three quarters.
Haywood (11-8, 5-7 13AA) held Westview to nine points in the third frame to knot the game at 35-all.
Teddy Vincent led the Lady Chargers (14-7, 8-4) with 12 points, while Trinity Jackson had 20 points and Alexis Peeples added 11 points for Haywood.
Haywood 73, WV 69 (B)
The Tomcats outscored Westview 26-16 in the third quarter and then held off the Chargers in the fourth to claim the key 13AA win.
Haywood improved to 13-6 overall and 8-4 in the league, while Westview dropped to 16-5 and 9-3.
The Chargers grabbed a 20-14 lead after one quarter but saw that trimmed to 34-32 at the half.
Haywood then bolted to a 58-50 advantage at the end of three quarters.
Jazell Baker had 20 points to lead all players, Jordan Davis added 13 and Chris Evans scored 10 for the Chargers. Tarcus Hughes put in 18 points, Sadarius Delk added 14 and Jeffery Starks scored 11 for the ’Cats. Published in The WCP 1.24.12

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