Weekend Round-up: Busy Slate Of Thanksgiving Tournament Games



Dobyns-Bennett 63, Unaka 21
The Lady Rangers were unable to keep pace with Dobyns-Bennett on Friday afternoon.

Unaka was unable to get any traction early as the Lady Indians used big runs to take control.

Lyndie Ramsey had 15 points to lead Unaka.

Cloudland 46, South Greene 45
Makenzie Street pushed Cloudland in front of the Lady Rebels with a game-winning 3-pointer in the final minute.

Ella Benfield had 16 points, while Izabella Christman added 13 points. Saharra McKinney added nine points.

Elizabethton 73, The Kings Academy 60
The Lady Cyclones methodically pulled away on Friday afternoon.

Railey Wilson had 14 points to lead EHS, while Renna Lane had 13 points. Lina Lyon and Olivia Holly had 12 points each.

Daniel Boone 42, Cloudland 41
Cloudland was unable to pull ahead in the closing seconds on the final day of the Food City Classic.

Benfield had 13 points for Cloudland, while Kendall Birchfield added nine points. Christman scored six points.

Sullivan East 61, Unaka 52
Lyndie Ramsey had 39 points, but the Lady Rangers came up short against Sullivan East.

Jenna Hare led Sullivan East with 34 points in the shooter’s duel.

Lauren Lund added six points for Unaka.

Chuckey-Doak 77, Happy Valley 51
The Warriors were unable to answer a second-half surge by Chuckey-Doak.

HV looked to be within striking distance after the first eight minutes, but CD was able to slowly pull away.

Dakota Grindstaff had 14 points to lead HV. James Murray added nine points.

North Greene 74, Unaka 58
The Rangers came up short on Friday after NG took an early lead.

The Huskies jumped out to a 22-12 lead after a quarter of play and despite a hard-fought effort were unable to trim into the lead.

Mason Wilson had 18 points to lead Unaka, while Marcus Shomaker had 14 points. Landon Ramsey added nine points.

Happy Valley 57, Unaka 49
The Warriors used a big fourth quarter to take the win over the county foe at the Hardee’s Classic.

Unaka built up a 17-9 lead after a quarter of play and maintained a 29-22 advantage at the half.

The Warriors cut the lead to one going to the fourth and then outscored Unaka 22-13 in the final eight minutes to take the win.

Colby Chausee and James Murray had 11 points each to lead HV, while Tucker Shoun added eight points.

Ramsey and Shomaker had 13 points each, while Wilson finished with 10 points.


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