The Manchester Enterprise: Local Sports

Battle for Number One

In a battle of four undefeated teams, only two will come out victorious Thursday night, and those two will stand alone at the top of the elementary school basketball rankings.

Both of the teams from Manchester and Hacker, girls and boys, are undefeated on the year with each team posting a 4-0 record thus far.

Hacker will play host to Manchester Thursday night, and action will begin with the girls’ game, scheduled for 5:30.

The Lady Tigers possess the deepest team in the county, and arguably the most solid team in the county from top-to-bottom.

Manchester has had a different leading scorer in every game this season, and is led in scoring by Kaylee Mathis, averaging 11 points per game.

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Last Updated on Tuesday, 29 November 2011 19:24

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The Tribe Moves Up

Indians Upset Rockets, Hacker and Manchester Cruise to Victories

In the elementary school game of the week, Coach Hutch Hoskins’ Big Creek Indians were able to hold off visiting Goose Rock Monday night to pull off a 38-36 upset victory.

The win propels the Indians to 3-1 on the year and the number-three spot in this week’s elementary school rankings.

The Indians were led by Austin Estep with 21 points.  Nick Wagers and Austin Jones put up six apiece, Donovan Grubb added three, and Timmy Bowling finished with two.

For the Rockets, Jonah Hinkle led the team with 21 points.  Austin Braden finished with 11, Tristian Smith chipped in two, and Gabe Crockett and Robert Hibbard added an additional point each in the loss.

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Last Updated on Tuesday, 29 November 2011 19:21

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Wagers Powers Tribe to Victory

Hacker Squads Remain Unbeaten in Elementary Action

Big Creek’s Nick Wagers scored a game high Monday night, pouring in a 23-point performance to lift his #5 Indians past visiting Paces Creek 53-24.

Teammate Austin Estep tallied 11 points, while Timmy Bowling finished with five points.  Coty Lawson and Donovon Grubb pitched in four points each, while Avery Gibson, Preston Spurlock, and Tyler Hoskins netted two points apiece in the win.

Ethan Hughes led #6 Paces Creek with 11 points, while Chandler Gilbert and Jacob Hall finished with five.  Matt Goins rounded out the scoring with three points in the loss.

Boys

#1 Hacker                     49

#3 Goose Rock            24

Wildcat pivot Tyler Gray was unstoppable Monday night, recording a game-high 19 points to lead Hacker to their third straight win of the year.

Ryan Rogers finished with 10 points, and Jacob Curry added nine.  Jakob Begley finished with seven points, as Ryan Nicholson and Ethan Hacker rounded out the scoring with two points apiece in the win.

Austin Braden and Jonah Hinkle led Goose Rock with nine and eight points, respectively.  Brandon Ferrell added four points, as Tristion Smith and Logan Bowling finished with two and one points, respectively.

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Last Updated on Tuesday, 22 November 2011 20:01

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Raiders Tip Off Regular Season

 Seventh Grade Opens With Two Wins, Eighth Falls to 0-2

The CCMS Raider basketball teams opened up their regular season this past week with road games against Wayne County last Tuesday and Whitley County Thursday.

Coach Jimmy Dezarn’s seventh grade squad pulled out two double-digit victories on the week, while the eighth grade team fell twice in single-digit contests.

7th Grade

CCMS                        59

Whitley Co.            42

Trevor Sams poured in a game-high 27 points with six rebounds to lead the Raiders to a victory over host Whitley County on Thursday.

The Raiders came out a bit flat in the first quarter, trailing 13-8, but turned up their intensity in the final three quarters for the 17-point win.

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Last Updated on Tuesday, 22 November 2011 19:59

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State Champs Elected to Mtn. Classic Hall of Fame

’87 Tigers Highlight 2012 WYMT Inductees

Perhaps the greatest group of basketball players to ever don the black and gold, the 1986-1987 Clay County Tiger basketball team have now reached another milestone achievement.

The ’87 Tigers not only won the KHSAA Sweet 16 State Tournament, but captivated many fans throughout the state with their gritty play, overcoming obstacle after obstacle.

Now, that Tiger team will be honored as part of the 2012 WYMT-TV Mountain Basketball Classic Hall of Fame.

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Last Updated on Tuesday, 22 November 2011 19:59

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