Monday Roundup: Cloudland Sweeps HV; Unaka Takes Two On The Road



Cloudland 49, Happy Valley 34
The ‘Landers used a big second quarter to roll to a county win.

After Happy Valley took a 6-5 lead after a quarter of play, the ‘Landers outscored the Warriors 24-10 in the frame to take a 29-16 lead into the half.

Cloudland continued to have the momentum in the third quarter. HV continued to battle in the fourth quarter but was unable to battle back.

Chase Shell had 19 points to lead the ‘Landers, while Caleb Sluder had 13 points. Cayden Clarke had seven points.

HV was paced by James Murray who tossed in 15 points. Colby Chausse had eight points.

Unaka 73, Chuckey-Doak 66
The Rangers jumped out early and never looked back.

Unaka raced out to a 24-13 lead in the first quarter and maintained the advantage the rest of the way.

Gavin Seigfried and Landon Ramsey had 17 points to lead the Rangers. Joe-Z Blamo had 16 points, while Joseph Slagle had nine points.

Red Bank 82, Elizabethton 54
The Cyclones were unable to battle back from an early deficit at the Heritage Christmas Classic.

Elizabethton jumped out to a 24-9 lead in the opening eight minutes, but EHS trimmed five points off the lead in the second quarter.

The Cyclones continued to battle but were unable to rally in the second half.

Bryson Rollins finished with 14 points, while Kaleb Hambrick had 10 points. Jake Roberts and Nate Stephens had eight points apiece.

Cloudland 51, Happy Valley 26
The Lady ‘Landers used a strong defensive effort to take a win over a county foe.

Cloudland jumped out to an 18-6 lead in the first quarter and pushed the advantage to 22-10 at the half.

HV continued to battle, but the Lady ‘Landers slowly pulled away to secure the game.

Karah Fields had 12 points to lead Cloudland, while Isabella Christman had 11 points. Ella Benfield added eight points.

HV was paced by Scarlett Zeoli’s 11 points, while Kadie Bailey had seven points.

Unaka 72, Chuckey-Doak 49
The Lady Rangers broke open a stalemate in the second quarter.

After the teams ended the first quarter tied at 14-14, Unaka outscored the Lady Black Knights 19-8 in the second period to take control.

Any thoughts of CD comeback were erased in the fourth quarter as Unaka outscored CD 22-12 in the frame.

Lyndie Ramsey had 25 points, while Macy Ensor had 17 points. Tara Whitehead had nine points.


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