Roundup: Vikings run in third quarter to defeat Wolves | Sports

BRISTOL, Tennessee – Tennessee High controlled the second half to claim a 71-64 victory over West Ridge in Friday’s boys’ basketball action at Viking Hall.

Brandon Dufore topped the charts with 15 points for the Vikings, who outscored Wolves 24-12 in the third quarter to erase a one point deficit at halftime. Josh Sizemore added 11 points and Colin Brown, Zander Phillips and Braden Wilhoit each finished with eight.

Jackson Dean took four 3-pointers in a 13-point effort to lead West Ridge. Ethan Bergeron and transfer from Tennessee High Wade Witcher contributed 12 points each.

Volunteer 68, Cherokee 40

ROGERSVILLE – Joltin Harrison posted a 19-point performance to lead the Falcons to victory in their Hawkins County rivalry with the Chiefs.

Andrew Knittel added 13 points and Jon Wes Lovelace each added 11.

Colton McClay was the Cherokee leader with 14 points and Braden Standbridge scored eight.

Ridgeview 86, Twin Valley 19

CLINTWOOD – Cannon Hill scored 18 points in the Wolfpack’s landslide victory over the Panthers.

Chantz Robinette recorded 14 points and Austin Mullins finished with a dozen. Isaac Greear and Terran Owens both scored nine points.

Hayden Fuller led Twin Valley with seven points.

Rye Cove 58, Hurley 30

HURLEY – Ethan Chavez scored 20 points for the Eagles, who took a 35-17 lead at halftime and didn’t look back.

Zach Baker had 14 points.

Landon Bailey led Hurley with 19 points.

Lebanon 61, Eastside 59

COEBURN – Andy Lambert scored 24 points in the Pioneers win in the fundraising game. Hunter Musick played a soft tune with 15 points and Keyton Keene finished with 10.

Eli McCoy was Eastside’s main producer with 18 points and seven rebounds. Jordan Gray added 14 points with five assists.

Providence Academy 89, Berean Christian 28

KNOXVILLE – The Knights took a 50-15 halftime lead and rolled against the Eagles.

Andrew Lawrence had 23 points for Providence. Dom Beasley was leading Berean with 12 and Connor Copeland with 11.


Daniel Boone 70, Tennessee High 55

BRISTOL, Tenn. – The Trailblazers avenged their loss to the Vikings five days earlier at Hardee’s Classic.

Boone took a 22-4 lead at the end of a quarter and was leading 48-15 at halftime. Creed Musick led the way with 15 points. Luke Scott and Landon Carrico each scored 10, and Luke Jenkins and Isaac Lizotte scored nine.

Zander Phillips and Braden Wilhoit scored 11 each for Tennessee High.

Lilly Crawford (21) of West Ridge comes up to score a layup against Tennessee High.


West Ridge 50, Tennessee High 33

BRISTOL, Tennessee – The Lady Wolves took a 39-9 halftime lead and easily took out the Lady Vikings.

Fallon Taylor led a balanced attack with 12 points and Emma Niebruegge finished with 10. Lilly Crawford had nine and Allie Jordan eight.

Kendall Cross led Tennessee High with 13 points and Anna Kate Kinch scored 11.

Sullivan East 64, Dobyns-Bennett 59

BLUFF CITY – The Lady Patriots knocked down 11 3-pointers to defeat the Lady Indians.

Jenna Hare led Sullivan East’s exit with 20 points. Hayley Grubb scored 17, Riley Nelson finished with 13 and Abby McCarter nine.

Alexis Hood led Dobyns-Bennett with 19 points and Hannah Frye scored 12.

Volunteer 48, Cherokee 28

ROGERSVILLE – The Lady Falcons held the Lady Chiefs scoreless in the third quarter.

Audrey Evans was Volunteer’s top scorer with 14 points and Kendra Huff was right behind her with 13 points.

The Cherokee leaders were Macy McDavid with nine points and Emma Houck with seven.

Twin Springs 49, Tri-Cities Christian 28

BLOUNTVILLE – Chloe Gilmer had 19 points and Kaylee Keith scored 17 for the Lady Titans.

Both players added five rebounds and three assists to their stat line.

Ryleigh Gillenwater was the next best for Twin Springs with seven points.

Eastside 73, Virginia High 57

BRISTOL, Va .– Azzy Hammonds torched the net for 36 points and Taylor Clay scored 17 for the Spartans.

Eastside qualified for Saturday’s Ballard Lee Bearcat Tip-Off Championship game to face Marion.

Marion 52, John Battle 38

BRISTOL, Virginia – The Lady Hurricanes overtook the Lady Trojans behind Ella Grace Moss with 16 points and Hayley Farris with 10.

Anna McKee scored nine points and Kara Kelley eight for Battle. Marion will face Eastside on Saturday at 7 p.m. in the Championship game.

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