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Submitted by David Phillips



The yellow team takes their defense very seriously.


Despite their size, these players are fierce.


Both teams head after the ball.


With serious concentration, the blue team wonders if they should take the shot.


Our 2nd week of basketball action was Saturday January 28 and once again we had some exciting games of basketball. Our 1st game was a 6-8 boys’ game and had Corey Fitzpatrick’s team and Amy Linville’s team finishing in a 14-14 tie. For Corey, Sam Fitzpatrick had 8 points and Brennan Flowers, Andrew Blackwood and Wyatt Walrond all had 2 each. For Amy, Luke Linville had 12 points and Keenan White had 2.

Our 2nd game was a 6-8 boys’ game and had John Carlisle’s team winning over Danny Rose’s team 26-10. For John, Tanner Gilmore had 10 points, Collin Mossbarger had 8, Cooper Carlisle had 6 and Matthew Rich had 2. For Danny, Christian Merritte had 6 points and Brayden Leftrick had 4 points.

Our 3rd game was a 6-8 boys’ game and had Justin Dalton’s team defeating Matt Barlow’s team 15-10. For Justin, Anthony Johnson had 6 points, Cooper Dalton had 4, Cooper Green had 3 and Eli Gammon had 2. For Matt, Markus Jones had 6 points and Bryce Barlow and Jaxen Honeycutt had 2 each.

Our 4th game was a 6-8 boys’ game and had Derek Meador’s team winning over Jamie Martin’s team 44-1. For Derek, Jake Meador had 15 points, McKade Mix had 14, Harry Polston had 7, Owen Lebel had 4 and Gage Willis and Garik Davis had 2 each. For Jamie, Matthew Andrus had 1 point.

Our 5th game was a 6-8 girls’ game and had Holly Wix’s team and Scott Key’s team ending in a 7-7 tie. For Holly, Anya Gulley had 3 points and Adasen Wix and Carleigh Rose had 2 each. For Scott, Abigail Shelton had 3 points and Destiny Lester and Gabby Ferrell had 2 each.

Our 6th game was a 6-8 girls’ game and had Connie Shrum’s team defeating Felicia Koutz’s team 10-0. For Connie, Megan Cothron had 6 points and Ryleigh Coley and Jessa Spears had 2 each.

Our 7th game was a 6-8 girls’ game and had Jason Marsh’s team winning over Kim Hale’s team 39-8. For Jason, Kallie Marsh had 19 points, Ava Davis had 10, Kylee Hauskins had 6 and Vanessa Kirby had 4. For Kim, Sheridan Ellis had 6 points and Abby Hire had 2.

Our 8th game was a 9-12 girls’ game and had Amy Linville’s team defeating Daniel Griggs’ team 15-4. For Amy, Emma Davis had 7 points, Emma Linville had 6 and Valerie Kirby had 2. For Daniel, Ana Hix and Kenna Wyatt had 2 points each.

Our 9th game was a 9-12 girls’ game and had Felicia Koutz’s team winning over Kristin Walrond’s team 26-13. For Felicia, Ellie Coley had 12 points, Dallas Caldwell had 8, Grace Deckert had 4 and Natalie Green had 2. For Kristin, Abby Thompson had 6 points, Mattie Goad had 3 and Kaylee Dunn and Elyssa Walrond had 2 each.

Our 10th game was a 9-12 boys’ game and had Curtis Dallas’s team defeating Corey Fitzpatrick’s team 25-18. For Curtis, Devon Lester and Cole Owens had 6 points each, Bryson Thompson had 5, Isaiah Dallas had 3 and Devon Amalfitano and Bransen Capps had 2 each. For Corey, Miles Fitzpatrick had 10 points, Braylon Flowers had 4 and Kelan Hire and Aiden Bittner had 2 each.

Our 11th game was a 9-12 boys’ game and had Serena Swindle’s team winning over Andrea Crowder’s team 17-9. For Serena, Mason Swindle had 8 points, Eli Mercer had 5 and Ethan West and Ty Young had 2 each. For Andrea, Hunter Patterson had 4 points, Hayes Polston had 3 and Maddox Crowder had 2.

Our 12th game was a 9-12 boys’ game and had Jason Wix’s team defeating Nick Crowder’s team 41-8. For Jason, Garon Cline and Gabe Borders had 10 points each, Hayden Wix had 9, Rawley Ritchie had 6 and Coner Gammons, Coltin Jenkins and Zach Borders had 2 each. For Nick, Logan Wilson had 4 points and Lane Kittrell and Christopher Reynolds had 2 each.

Our 13th and final game was a 9-12 boys’ game and had Joseph Cross’s team winning over Michael Bandy’s team 28-4. For Joseph, Nate Green had 14 points, Dalton Hudson had 12 and Logan Cross had 2. For Michael, Logan Bandy and Garron West had 2 each.

Until next week, keep shooting those hoops!

The yellow team takes their defense very seriously.
http://maconcountytimes.com/wp-content/uploads/2017/02/web1_DSC_0322.jpgThe yellow team takes their defense very seriously.

Despite their size, these players are fierce.
http://maconcountytimes.com/wp-content/uploads/2017/02/web1_DSC_0339.jpgDespite their size, these players are fierce.

Both teams head after the ball.
http://maconcountytimes.com/wp-content/uploads/2017/02/web1_DSC_0360.jpgBoth teams head after the ball.

With serious concentration, the blue team wonders if they should take the shot.
http://maconcountytimes.com/wp-content/uploads/2017/02/web1_DSC_0301.jpgWith serious concentration, the blue team wonders if they should take the shot.

Submitted by David Phillips

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