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Scott boys remain undefeated after win over Chapmanville

FROM STAFF REPORTS

January 8, 2013

WEST MADISON — It was unbeaten Scott taking on rival Chapmanville Regional High School on Friday night at Madison with the Skyhawks winning streak on the line.


Scott would stay undefeated with a 63-51 win over the Tigers in a battle of Cardinal Conference and Class AA sectional rivals.


Chapmanville, coached by first-year man Allan Hatcher, saw its record fall to 4-4 overall and 1-3 in the conference. The Tigers had won two games last weekend at their own Bob Runyon Memorial Holiday Tournament to take the tourney title and had been riding a three-game winning streak.


Eric May netted a season-high 21 points to lead the Skyhawks, which improved to 8-0 on the season.


Matt Dolan and Logan Webb tallied 14 each for Scott.


Kenny Plumley led the Tigers with a 17-point effort. Michael Hurst had 15 and Mackenzie Martin 13. Trey Dalton, Denver Adkins and Jon Williamson each had two points for the Tigers.


Scott led 19-15 after one quarter and outscored Chapmanville 13-6 in the second to take a 32-21 advantage. The Tigers cut it to 47-37 after three with a 16-12 quarter score but Scott would end up outpointing Chapmanville 19-14 in the fourth to set the final score.


The Cardinal Conference standings could get a further shakeup Friday, when Scott (8-0, 5-0) visits Poca (7-1, 3-1). The Dots played at Wayne (2-3, 0-3) Tuesday night, but the results were not in by press deadline.


Boys Games:


• SCOTT 63, CHAPMANVILLE 51: Eric May netted a season-high 21 points to pace the unbeaten host Skyhawks (8-0). Matt Dolan and Logan Webb each tallied 14 for Scott. For the Tigers, Kenny Plumley scored 17 points, Michael Hurst 15 and Mackenzie Martin 13.


Stats:


Chapmanville 15 6 16 14 -51


Scott 19 13 12 19 -63


C - Martin 13, Hurst 15, Plumley 17, Dalton 2, Adkins 2, Williamson 2


S - M.Dolan 14, May 21, Webb 14, Price 6, C.Brown 6, D.Brown 1


• SCOTT 60, PIKE COUNTY 58: Logan Webb made one of two free throws with two seconds left to help Scott secure a win over Pike Country Central (Ky.) at the Belfry Schoolboy Classic in Belfry, Ky.


Webb finished with 16 points for the Skyhawks (7-0), while Matt Dolan posted a game-high 23. Nathan Blackburn had 16 points for Pike County (5-1).


Stats:


Pike County Central 14 13 10 21 -58


Scott 11 11 18 20 -60


PCC - Blackburn 16, Tibbs 8, Fields 5, Justice 4, Burnette 11, Smith 6, H. Clark 5, B. Clark 2.


S - Price 5, May 2, Dolan 23, Webb 16, C. Brown 5, Sigman 6, D. Brown 4.


• SHERMAN 84, Hannan 61: Sher


Hannan 15 14 14 18 -61


Sherman 19 19 17 29 -84


H - Holley 14, Burns 11, Fannin 10, Paige 9, Jenkins 8, Black 4, McCoy 3


S - Muncy 23, Harrah 18, Brewer 13, Smith 7, Breeden 6, A.Pauley 5, Lester 4, Lowe 4, T.Pauley 4


• LIBERTY (R) 91, SHERMAN 71: Liberty jumped out to a 24-point halftime lead on its way to the win at Sherman.


Trevor McGee scored 23 points and Levi Cook had 20 to lead Liberty (1-1). Austin Lyons and Michael Prater each finished with 10 points for the Raiders.


Cody Muncy scored 23 points to lead Sherman (3-3).


Stats:


Liberty (R) 25 23 28 15 -91


Sherman 9 15 12 35 -71


L - McGee 23, Cook 20, Lyons 10, Prater 10, McDowell 6, Klucarich 6, Acord 5, Cantley 4, Toney 3, Delaney 3, Kincaid 1


S - Muncy 23, Lester 13, Lowe 8, Brewer 7, Harrah 6, Smith 5, B. Nelson 3, Breeden 3, A. Pauley 2, Stewart 1


Girls Games:


• SCOTT 69, HOOVER 39: Landyn McKinney finished with 21 points to lead Scott (5-2) to the win against visiting Herbert Hoover.


Ali Whitman had 12 points and Jaimee Dotson chipped in 10 for the Skyhawks. For Hoover (6-2), Bailey Aab was the leading scorer with 11 points.


Stats:


Herbert Hoover 7 15 4 13—39


Scott 21 16 19 13—69


HH — Harding 2, Chapman 3, Shamblin 2, Aab 11, Romine 3, Marshall 3, Schoolcraft 6, Spencer 1, Thornburg 8


S — Green 2, Dotson 10, Whitman 12, Conway 8, Goodwin 2, McKinney 21, Ellis 2, Rankin 8, Roberts 4


• WESTSIDE 50, SCOTT 31: Danielle Brown scored 22 points to help Westside keep its perfect record intact in a win at Scott.


Faith Davis added 10 points for the Renegades (7-0) while Jaimee Dotson was Scott’s leading scorer with 12 points. Andrea Rankin also scored in double figures for the Skyhawks (4-2), finishing with 10 points.


• MAN 64, SHERMAN 54: Summer Sword poured in 26 points as visiting Man registered a win. Taylor Whited scored 18 points for the Hillbillies (5-2) and Mika McCoy chipped in 12. Jordan Lewis scored 22 points to pace Sherman (3-5) while Sarah Massey added 15 and Lacy Pettry 10.