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High School Basketball

West Carroll Hosts Hall of Fame Play-Day

Posted 12/3/19

ATWOOD (November 23) — West Carroll High School basketball hosted a Hall of Fame Play-Day Saturday featuring five games among six participating schools. Both West Carroll teams faced Dyer …

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High School Basketball

West Carroll Hosts Hall of Fame Play-Day

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ATWOOD (November 23) — West Carroll High School basketball hosted a Hall of Fame Play-Day Saturday featuring five games among six participating schools. Both West Carroll teams faced Dyer County and Trinity Christian Academy, and Huntingdon’s boys played against Sacred Heart.

West Carroll lost both games against Dyer County, and the Mustangs fell to Sacred Heart. The Lady War Eagles were defeated by TCA. The final contest was fittingly the most exciting, as the War Eagles went back-and-forth with TCA before coming out on top in overtime.

Dyer County Lady Choctaws 76, West Carroll Lady War Eagles 62

The Lady War Eagles jumped out to a 19-13 lead after the opening frame, led by Gracie Cunningham with seven points, including a three-pointer. Macey Cunningham and Amaya Thompson each scored six, Cunningham on a pair of threes. Lady Choctaw Zoie Springer scored nine with a pair of threes, and Halleigh Caviness and Meme Smith each had a pair.

Dyer County took the lead with a 22-12 advantage in the second quarter, led by Springer with nine, including a three. Gracie McVay scored four, and Caitlyn Berry hit a three. Smith, Brooklyn King and Tanner Work each had a pair. Lady War Eagle Mia Jones hit a three, M. Cunningham, Thompson, Alyssa Butler and Erin Norman each had a pair, and Tatym Keymon hit a free throw. At the half, the Lady Choctaws led 35-31.

West Carroll rallied 19-17 to cut the deficit in the third, led by G. Cunningham with seven, including a three. M. Cunningham scored five, also with a three-pointer. Jones hit another three, and Butler and Keymon each added a pair. Smith and Springer each scored seven for Dyer County, Smith with a three. McVay added a pair, and King hit a freebie. Entering the final frame, the Lady Choctaws led 52-50.

Dyer County doubled up West Carroll 24-12 to pull away in the fourth, led by Springer with ten, including a three. McVay scored eight, King had four and Caviness added a pair. Keymon scored five for the Lady War Eagles, Denver Brooks had four, and M. Cunningham hit a three.

Lady Choctaw Zoie Springer led all scorers with 35 points, including four three-pointers. Gracie McVay scored 14, and Meme Smith had eleven with a three.

Macey Cunningham led West Carroll with 16 points, including four threes. Gracie Cunningham scored 14 with a pair of threes. Tatym Keymon and Amaya Thompson each had eight points.

Choctaws 97, War Eagles 89

Dyer County had a 24-23 edge after the first frame, led by Tray Swift with eleven points, including a three. Jacob Anderson scored six on a pair of threes. Ethan Tolbert had four points, and Devrick Cliff scored three. Luke Moore led West Carroll with eleven, including a trio of threes. Tyler Johnson scored six on a pair of threes. Jalen Anglin had four, and Josh Clark had a pair.

The Choctaws grew the lead with a 33-23 advantage in the second quarter, led by Julian Bond with 14 points. Anderson scored eight with a pair of threes. Swift and Tolbert each had four points, Cliff added a pair and Ben Tyler hit a free throw. Anglin led the War Eagles with nine points. JaQuan Adkins scored seven with a three-pointer, and Colton Hart hit a three. Moore and Andrew Huff each had a pair. At the half, Dyer County led 57-46.

Dyer County continued to pull away in the third, outscoring West Carroll 21-17. Cliff and Adarius Liggon led with five points apiece, each with a three. Bond scored four, Swift, Anderson and Tolbert each added a pair, and Ethan Smith hit a freebie. Anglin led the War Eagles with five points. Moore scored four, and Hart hit a three. Johnson and Adkins each added a pair, and Huff hit a free throw. Heading into the final frame, the Choctaws led 78-63.

West Carroll rallied 26-19 in the fourth to cut the final deficit. Anglin led with eleven, including a three. Moore scored eight, also with a three. Clark had four points, and Adkins hit a three-pointer. Swift led Dyer County with seven, and Cliff scored six. Tolbert had four points, and Anderson added a pair.

War Eagle Jalen Anglin led all scorers with 29 points, including a three. Luke Moore scored 25 with four three-pointers. JaQuan Adkins had a dozen with a pair of threes.

Tray Swift led the Choctaws with 24 points, including a three. Jacob Anderson and Julian Bond each scored 18, Anderson with four three-pointers. Devrick Cliff scored 16 with a three, and Ethan Tolbert had 14 points.

Sacred Heart Knights 92, Huntingdon Mustangs 58

The Knights led 21-14 after the first frame, led by Dalton McIntyre with eight points, including a three. Trey Trull scored six, and Kendrick Beard hit a three-pointer. Xander Taylor and Will Keyl each had a pair. Mustang Nik Bynum scored seven with a three, D’Allen McCord had four, and Ben Taylor scored three points.

Sacred Heart had a 15-8 advantage in the second quarter, led by McIntyre with five, including a three. Beard and Trull each scored four, and Taylor added a pair. Bynum led Huntingdon with five, including a three. Taylor added a pair, and Kyrien Jordan hit a free throw. At the half, Sacred Heart led 36-22.

The Knights had a 27-24 edge in the third, led by McIntyre with eight points. Trull scored seven, and Javion Greer had six with a three. Keyl scored four, and Beard added a pair. Taylor and Jordan scored seven apiece for Huntingdon, each with a three-pointer. Will Nellet scored five with a three. Jeb Atkinson hit a three, and Bynum added a pair. Heading into the final frame, the Knights led 63-46.

Sacred Heart capped the win with a 29-12 tilt in the fourth, led by Taylor with eleven, including a trio of three-pointers. Trull scored four, and Beard, McIntyre and Kylin Reed each hit a three. Greer and John Saia each had a pair, and Trey Williams hit a freebie. Jordan and McCord led the Mustangs with three points each. Bynum, Devontavious Pruitt-Hutch and Javon Pritchard each had a pair.

Knight Dalton McIntyre led all scorers with 24 points, including a trio of three-pointers. Trey Trull scored 21. Xander Taylor had 15 with a trio of threes, and Kendrick Beard scored a dozen with a pair of threes.

Nik Bynum led the Mustangs with 16 points, including a pair of threes. Ben Taylor scored a dozen with a three.

TCA Lady Lions 78, Lady War Eagles 44

The Lady Lions doubled up West Carroll 24-12 in the opening frame, led by Sally Howell with nine points on a trio of threes. Macey Lee scored seven with a three. Emma Pagoaga had four, and Emma Hannaford and Amelia Goehring each had a pair. Macey Cunningham led the Lady War Eagles with eight, including a three. Erin Norman scored three, and Tatym Keymon hit a free throw.

TCA had a 17-14 edge in the second quarter, led by Carden Vailes with five points. Lee and Pagoaga each scored four, and Hannah Yarbrough and Alyssa Goehring each had a pair. Keymon led West Carroll with five points, and Amaya Thompson scored four. Gracie Cunningham hit a three, and Alyssa Butler had a pair. At the half, TCA led 41-26.

The Lady Lions added to the lead with a 20-7 advantage in the third, led by Howell with eight points. Lee scored six, Pagoaga had four and Alyssa G. added a pair. G. Cunningham led the Lady War Eagles with a three-pointer. M. Cunningham and Mia Jones each had a pair. Entering the final frame, the Lady Lions led 61-33.

TCA capped the win with a 17-11 tilt in the fourth, led by Pagoaga with eight. Hannaford, Lee, Amelia G. and Camdyn Mayfield each had a pair, and Vailes hit a free throw. G. Cunningham had six on a pair of threes for West Carroll. M. Cunningham and Jones each added a pair, and Skylar Jones hit a free throw.

Lady Lion Emma Pagoaga led all scorers with 20 points. Macey Lee scored 19 with a three. Sally Howell had 17 points with a trio of three-pointers.

Macey Cunningham and Gracie Cunningham led the Lady War Eagles with a dozen each. Gracie hit four threes, and Macey had one.

War Eagles 76, Lions 66 (OT)

TCA jumped out to a 16-9 lead after the first frame, led by Isaac Northcut with eight points, including a pair of three-pointers. Levi Cottrell scored four, and Braden Sallee and Will Keltner each had a pair. Jalen Anglin led West Carroll with four points. Colton Hart hit a three, and Tyler Johnson had a pair.

The War Eagles took the lead with a 27-10 burst in the second quarter, led by Luke Moore with 13 points. Johnson scored six on a pair of threes. Anglin had five with a three, Josh Clark had a pair and Hart hit a freebie. Reed Chapman hit a three for the Lions, and Northcut also scored three points. Keltner and Sam Wysor each had a pair. At the half, the War Eagles led 36-26.

The Lions cut the deficit with a 16-9 advantage in the third, led by Northcut and Keltner with seven points apiece, each with a three. Eli Cross had a pair. Anglin led West Carroll with four, Johnson hit a three, and Moore added a pair. Heading into the final frame, the War Eagles led 45-42.

TCA tied the game with a 15-12 edge in the fourth, led by Keltner with six. Wysor hit a three, and Jackson Keltner also scored three points. Northcut added a pair, and Cottrell hit a freebie. Clark led West Carroll with seven, and Anglin scored five with a three. At the end of regulation, the game was knotted at 57-57.

The War Eagles hit their free throw in overtime for a 19-9 tilt to seal the win. Clark led with seven points, and Moore scored four. Johnson and JaQuan Adkins each scored three points, and Anglin added a pair. Cross scored five for TCA, and Northcut and W. Keltner each added a pair.

Lion Isaac Northcut led all scorers with 22 points, including a trio of three-pointers.

Jalen Anglin led West Carroll with 20, including a pair of threes. Luke Moore scored 19, and Tyler Johnson had 14 with a trio of threes.

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