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High School Boys Basketball Roundup: No. 5 Northeast, West Creek and Kenwood all win

Clarksville Sports NetworkClarksville, TN – No. 5 Northeast High School , West Creek High School and Kenwood High School were on the winning side in District 10-AAA boys basketball games Tuesday night.

No. 5 Northeast was able beat to Rossview 70-48. West Creek surprised Clarksville High with a  47-45. Kenwood won over Northwest 63-28. Clarksville Academy lost to McEwen 58-33.

Though the Hawks kept the score close in the beginning, the Eagles flew past the Hawks in the second half for the 70-48 win.
Though the Hawks kept the score close in the beginning, the Eagles flew past the Hawks in the second half for the 70-48 win.

No. 5 Northeast 70, Rossview 48

Northeast (21-2, 11-1 10-AAA) was led by Kentucky signee Alex Poythress’ 33 points. Army signee Kyle Weldon led Rossview with 18 points.

Box Score 1 2 3 4 FINAL
Rossview   11   11   12   14    —  48
Northeast   11   20   17   22    —  70

 

Rossview 70

Player Points FGs 3pts FTs
21 Kris Carson 2 0 0 0
15 Landon Keatts 6 0 0 0
10 Anfernee Lisenbee 2 0 0 0
22 Axel Magnuson 10 0 0 0
14 Aaron Merriweather 3 0 0 0
Dontarius Peacher 2 0 0 0
0 Kyle Weldon 18 0 2 0
11 Tim Whitfield 3 0 1 0

 

Northeast 48

Player Points FGs 3pts FTs
20 Jaylen Baker 4 0 0 0
Darius Brown 7 0 0 0
15 Carlos Herrera 3 0 1 0
4 Anthony Longstreet 10 0 2 0
23 Michael Pardue 5 0 0 0
32 Myron Poydras 3 0 0 0
22 Alex Poythress 33 0 2 0
33 James Simpson 5 0 1 0

West Creek 47, Clarksville High 45

West Creek beat Clarksville High 47-45 and was led by Phillip Smith’s 18 points. Tevin Majors with 12 points led Clarksville High.

Box Score 1 2 3 4 FINAL
Clarksville High   11     7   16   11   — 45
West Creek   12   11   11   13   — 47

 

Clarksville High 45

Player Points FGs 3pts FTs
15 Anthony Hightower     2 0 0 0
4 Eric Holmes   10 0 0 0
5 Chase Knott     8 0 0 0
30 Tevin Majors   12 0 0 0
12 Jeff Webb     2 0 0 0
3 Daijon Williams     6 0 0 0
14 Drake Young     7 0 1 0

 

West Creek 47

Player Points FGs 3pts FTs
Jashin Almon     4 0 0 0
40 Travis Elliot     4 0 0 0
3 DeAnthony Smith   11 0 0 0
24 Phillip Smith   18 0 3 0
Sean Wharton     4 0 0 0
22 Akeem Williams     6 0 1 0

Kenwood 63, Northwest 28

Kenwood beat Northwest 63-28 and was led by Daniel Norl’s 17 points. Northwest wad led by Terrell Chambers eight points.

Box Score 1 2 3 4 FINAL
Kenwood   19   18   24     2   — 63
Northwest     5     6   10     7   — 28

 

Kenwood 63

Player Points FGs 3pts FTs
12 Spencer Asher     2 0 0 0
25 Jalen Burney     2 0 0 0
22 Maleek Hall   13 0 1 0
15 DeAndre Lisenbee   11 0 1 0
21 Trent McLaurin     9 0 0 0
13 Daniel Norl   17 0 1 0
4 Guy Stanford     9 0 1 0

 

Northwest 28

Player Points FGs 3pts FTs
Terrell Chambers     8 0 2 0
Ramont Lewis     4 0 1 0
Sam Masters     3 0 1 0
Tremon Morris     3 0 0 0
14 Tiraz Rose     7 0 1 0
Xavier Shavers     3 0 1 0

McEwen 58, Clarksville Academy 33

Box Score 1 2 3 4 FINAL
Clarksville Academy     2     9   10   12   — 33
McEwen   12   16   16   14   — 58

 

Clarksville Academy 33

Player Points FGs 3pts FTs
Kyle Cain     2 0 0 0
55 Matt Hyams     2 0 0 0
35 Thomas Jackson     6 0 2 0
3 Montel Lavalanet     2 0 0 0
33 Tyler Phillips     4 0 0 0
21 Blake Rowlett   10 0 2 0
24 Cole Swaffer     7 0 0 0

 

McEwen 58

Player Points FGs 3pts FTs
55 Cole Andrews     2 0 0 0
45 Austin Baker     2 0 0 0
44 Nick Curtis     2 0 0 0
14 Cody Hobson     4 0 0 0
32 Blain Hooper     6 0 2 0
22 T.J. Long     4 0 0 0
11 Garrett Mullinicks   18 0 0 0
42 Patrick Mullinicks   18 0 1 0
21 Michael Ross     2 0 0 0
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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