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High School Basketball Final Report for December 29th, 2011

Clarksville Sports NetworkClarksville, TN – Northeast High’s boys’ team was handed its first loss of the year in a 57-51 defeat to Brentwood in the Hickman County Tournament semifinals Thursday night. The Eagles’ Alex Poythress was held to nine points in the loss. Northeast falls to 14-1, while Brentwood improved to 12-4.

Clarksville High lost in the championship game of the Father Ryan Tournament to Mount Juliet 50-45. Drake Young scored 21 for the Wildcats, who fell to 9-7 this season.

In girls games, Rossview held off Harding Academy 55-53 in the FRA Tournament. Janie White scored 19 to lead Rossview, which improved to 13-2.

Boys Basketball Wrap: Brentwood 57, Northeast 51

Northeast    10     14     15     12     51
Brentwood    11     15     9     22     57

Northeast: Nick Agnew 3, Jaylen Baker 15 , Carlos Herrera 6, Michael Pardue 4, Myron Poydras 14, Alex Poythress 9

Brentwood: Asa Duvall 13,Gates Gustafson 2, Cole Harrison 2, Will Jones 4, Ryan Meacham 4, Jack Montague 21, Andy Schumpert 11

Mount Juliet 50, Clarksville High 45

Clarksville High  12     11     4     18   —  45
Mount Juliet 2     14     19     15   —  50

Clarksville High: Grant Alberstadt 6, Anthony Hightower 13, Chase Knott 3, Tevin Majors 2, Drake Young 21

Mount Juliet: T.J. Bell 4, Caleb Chowbay, C.J. McEwen 12, DaShawn McMurry 8, Daniel Schroder 2, Brandon Shepard 4

Girls Basketball Wrap: Rossview 55, Harding Academy 53

Harding Academy 11     6     17     19  — 53
Rossview                12     12     16    15  — 55

Rossview: Caitlin Campbell 4, Brandy Claybrooks 10, Ashley Powers 1, Dayisha Skelton 13, Cassidy Taylor 1, Jasmine Taylor 7, Janie White 19

James D. Horne
James D. Hornehttp://www.clarksvillesportsnetwork.com/
James D. Horne began his writing career at the Carrollton Missouri Democrat in 1995, and was the assistant sports editor/writer for the Hammond Louisiana Daily Star for two years.  In 1998, Horne became the Missouri Basketball beat writer for the Columbia Daily Tribune. He joined The Leaf-Chronicle in Oct. 2003 as the lead prep writer and became the Austin Peay beat writer in March of 2005. During his career he won a state association sports writing award at the Daily Star and two while at the Leaf-Chronicle. Originally from Tampa, Florida, Horne earned his B.A in communications from Central Methodist University in Fayette Missouri.
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