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Red Bay varsity girls, boys sweep Belgreen

By Staff
Kim West
Franklin County Times
RED BAY – The Red Bay varsity teams each scored at least 50 points en route to a home sweep Friday night against Belgreen.
In the B-boys varsity game, all seven players scored for Red Bay and three finished in double figures to down Belgreen 51-26.
Red Bay jumped out to a 14-3 lead thanks to six points from Cody Reynolds, who also had a steal and block in the first quarter.
Corey Timbs led Red Bay with 15 points, including seven in the second quarter, and Chase Lindsey and Reynolds had 10 apiece. Nathan Gray (7), Andy Thornton (5), Chase Elrod (2) and Andre Newell (2) also scored for the Tigers.
Sam Presley had a team-high 12 points for Belgreen, including six in the final quarter, and Brandon Hester had seven. Jacob Green (3), B.J. Horton (2) and Jared Richardson also scored for the Bulldogs.
In the varsity girls game, Red Bay and Belgreen were deadlocked entering the second period, but the Lady Tigers found a balanced scoring attack to win 51-36.
Red Bay leading scorer Chelsey McWilliams constantly faced double teams and triple teams from the Lady Bulldogs' pesky zone defense but she received plenty of support from her teammates.
With the score tied at 9-9, Red Bay (6-2) opened with 5-2 run in the second quarter and Morgan Duncan drilled two straight 3-pointers to go ahead 20-13 at halftime.
Brittany Scott, Britan Bolding and McWilliams dominated the third quarter as they combined for all 16 of Red Bay's points, while the Lady Tigers held Belgreen (7-3) to just five points by Martha Billingham, who scored off a spin move in the lane in the opening minute and a 3-pointer late in the quarter.
McWilliams scored five points and fed Scott for three lay-ups, and Bolding hit a trey and a jumper.
McWilliams finished with a game-high 16 points, while Scott had 14 and Duncan added eight points. Bolding and Aimee Jackson each finished with six points, and Caitlin Childers added one.
Martha Billingham and Amber Smith led Belgreen with 10 points apiece, while Deborah Billingham and Keri Metcalf each had four. Elizabeth Landers (3), Monica Smith (2), Amy Smith (2) and Anna DeVaney (1) also scored for the Lady Bulldogs.
In the varsity boys game, Red Bay claimed their first win of the season after storming back from an early five-point deficit to lead by as many as 24 points as the Tigers downed Belgreen 71-53.
Red Bay used a 16-6 run in the third quarter to extend a 12-point halftime lead to a 54-32 advantage headling into the final period.
Cody Tucker led Red Bay with 13 points, while Justin Page had 12 and Grant Fancher added 11. Derrick Miller (10), Nathan Gray (7), Pablo Makepeace (6), Roman Lynch (6) and Curtis Morrell (6) also scored.
Shane Fretwell had a game-high 19 points, while Jesse Edwards had nine and Kyle Warren and Cody Welch added eight apiece. Alex Graham scored three, and Derrick Simmons, Taylor Hester and Brent Newell finished with two.

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