|Posted: Thursday, November 17, 2011 7:03 pm
|Logan’s dozen leads
Lake Road past UC
Anna Logan led Lake Road with 12 points in the Lady Generals’ 46-31 junior high girls’ basketball win over Union City on Tuesday night.
Statistics from LR, reported just after The Messenger’s deadline, also had Avery Partin and Hannah Cavness with eight points each.
Lake Road improves to 5-0.
Black Oak teams
defeated by Sharon
Black Oak dropped a pair of junior high games to Sharon on Tuesday night, 38-5 in girls’ play and 42-16 in boys’ action.
The Lady Eagles scored two points in the first and three in fourth period in falling to 0-5.
Black Oak’s boys (0-5) trailed just 9-4 at the end of the first period and 16-11 at the half.
leads UTM on road
Jasmine Newsome hit a school-record nine three-pointers and scored 39 points in leading UT Martin to an 88-69 win over Southern Miss in women’s college basketball action at Hattiesburg, Miss., Wednesday night.
Newsome’s point total was one shy of Mary Kate Long’s mark of 40, set in 1989.
Heather Butler added 24 points and Taylor Hall chipped in 12 as the guard trio outscored the entire Southern Miss team.
The second of UTM’s five straight road games will be Sunday at Purdue, tip-off at 1 p.m.
Vols pass Warhawks
with 2nd half run
KNOXVILLE (AP) — Trae Golden scored 17 points as Tennessee found its niche in the second half to beat Louisiana-Monroe 85-62 on Wednesday night.
The game featured eight lead changes before the Volunteers (2-0) outscored their visitors 52-29 after intermission.
Tennessee opened the contest with a 9-0 lead before the Warhawks (0-3) battled back in the latter portion of the first half. Louisiana-Monroe scored seven unanswered points to go up 16-15 after a Fred Brown 3-pointer with 10:25 on the clock.
That advantage lasted just 44 seconds before Skylar McBee countered for Tennessee with a 3-pointer of his own. Golden followed with a pair of free throws to put the hosts up 20-16 at the 8:59 mark, but the score differential only narrowed from there and the teams were knotted at 33-all at the break.
Published in The Messenger 11.17.11