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High School Basketball

West Carroll Splits with Greenfield

Posted 12/24/19

GREENFIELD (December 16) — West Carroll traveled to Greenfield High School Monday for a pair of non-district basketball contests. The Lady Yellowjackets took a big lead early and played the …

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High School Basketball

West Carroll Splits with Greenfield

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GREENFIELD (December 16) — West Carroll traveled to Greenfield High School Monday for a pair of non-district basketball contests. The Lady Yellowjackets took a big lead early and played the Lady War Eagles even in the second half for a 66-44 win. The War Eagles stayed just ahead of the Yellowjackets throughout for a 57-48 victory.

Greenfield Lady Yellowjackets 66, West Carroll Lady War Eagles 44

The Lady Yellowjackets jumped out to a 17-6 lead after the opening frame, led by Chloe Moore-McNeil with nine points. Tess Darby scored six on a pair of three-pointers, and Edie Darby had a pair. Lady War Eagle Macey Cunningham scored four, and Gracie Cunningham had a pair.

Greenfield added to the lead with an 18-7 tilt in the second quarter, led by Moore-McNeil with eight. T. Darby scored four, E. Darby hit a three, and MiKayla Peterson also scored three points. Kaylee Butler hit a three for West Carroll, and M. Cunningham and Amaya Thompson each had a pair. At the half, Greenfield led 35-13.

The Lady Yellowjackets had a 17-16 advantage in the third, led by T. Darby with nine points, including a three-pointer. E. Darby scored four, and Reese Biggs and Lydia Hazelwood each had a pair. Thompson led West Carroll with six. G. Cunningham and Mia Jones each had a pair, and Tatym Keymon had a pair. Entering the final frame, Greenfield led 52-29.

The Lady War Eagles had a 15-14 edge in the fourth, led by M. Cunningham with five points. Thompson scored four, and Keymon, Erin Norman and Jayden Rader each had a pair. Moore-McNeil led Greenfield with four points. E. Darby hit a three, T. Darby, Peterson and Caroline Crouse each had a pair, and Biggs hit a free throw.

Lady Yellowjackets Tess Darby and Chloe Moore-McNeil led all scorers with 21 points each, Darby with a trio of threes. Edie Darby scored a dozen with a pair of threes.

Amaya Thompson led West Carroll with 12 points. Macey Cunningham scored eleven points.

War Eagles 57, Yellowjackets 48

West Carroll had an 11-10 edge after the first frame, led by Jalen Anglin with five points. Luke Moore scored four, and Tyler Johnson had a pair. Jacob Floyd led Greenfield with eight, and Kobe Thomas had a pair.

The War Eagles had a 15-11 advantage in the second quarter, led by Johnson with six points. Colton Hart hit a three, and Anglin also scored three points. Jed Robinson had a pair, and Jeremiah Bryant hit a free throw. Floyd led the Yellowjackets with nine points on a trio of threes, and Blake Holliman had a pair. At the half, West Carroll led 26-21.

Greenfield cut into the lead with a 14-13 tilt in the third. Yellowjackets Luke Stone and Baker Porter each hit a three-pointer. Floyd, Thomas, Holliman and Matt Scates each had a pair. Moore led the War Eagles with five points, including a three-pointer. Anglin scored four, and Bryant and Robinson each added a pair. Heading into the final frame, the War Eagles led 39-35.

West Carroll outscored Greenfield 18-13 in the fourth to seal the win, led by Bryant and Josh Clark with six points each. Moore scored four, and Anglin added a pair. Thomas led the Yellowjackets with eight, and Floyd scored five with a three.

Greenfield’s Jacob Floyd led all scorers with 24 points, including four three-pointers. Kobe Thomas had a dozen points.

Jalen Anglin led the War Eagles with 14 points. Luke Moore scored 13 with a three-pointer.

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