North Murray High School Mountaineers

December 15, 2013

Middle School Roundup: Linder leads NH girls

Maggie Linder scored 19 points as New Hope Middle School’s eighth-grade girls basketball team beat visiting Gladden 56-23 on Thursday.

Hallie Brooker and MaLane Kyer each chipped in nine points for the Lady Kodiaks, who remained undefeated six games into the season.

Gladden did not report statistics by The Daily Citizen’s deadline.

• New Hope seventh-grade girls 38, Gladden 5: Olivia Jones led all scorers with a dozen points, Sydney Horne added 10 and Alaina Thompson had eight as the Kodiaks (4-2) won at home Thursday.

Gladden did not report statistics by The Daily Citizen’s deadline.

• Christian Heritage varsity boys 52, Clear Creek 31: Luke Moseley finished with 19 points and seven steals as the Lions (3-0) rolled Saturday in Ellijay.

Christian Koneman added 12 points and six rebounds and Brett DeLozier came off the bench to score 10 points.

• Ocoee (Tenn.) eighth-grade boys 53, Dalton 27: Zach Gentray and Harrison Norman each had eight points as the Cougars (3-4) lost Friday in Cleveland, Tenn.

• Ocoee (Tenn.) seventh-grade boys 44, Dalton 12: Jamal Macon’s five points topped the scorebook for the Cougars (2-3) as they lost Friday in Cleveland, Tenn.

• Gladden eighth-grade boys 34, New Hope 26: Tucker Gregg had 16 points, four rebounds and three steals as the Warriors (3-3) won Thursday at home.

Jordan Pacheco added seven points and three rebounds, while Cole Sparks had six points and five rebounds.

New Hope did not report statistics by The Daily Citizen’s deadline.

• Gladden seventh-grade boys 25, New Hope 18: Trevor Cox’s 19-point, six-rebound effort paced the Warriors (4-2) to Thursday’s win over the visiting Kodiaks, who did not report statistics by The Daily Citizen’s deadline.

Wrestling

• Gladden split a pair of duals Thursday at Dalton, beating the host Cougars 43-32 but losing 48-36 to Ocoee of Cleveland, Tenn.

Against Dalton, Tre Roper (94), David Bautista (123) and Christian Perez (180) won by pin, with Cody Burke (154) winning by major decision and Neal Henry (100), Ethan Carol (108) and Jacob Arthur (140) winning by decision. David Bautista (72) and Tyler Kilgore (78) each accepted a forfeit.

Against Ocoee, Ryan Carter (86), Roper (94), Henry (100), Bautista (123), Perez (180) and John Garcia (215) all won by pin.

Dalton did not report its results by The Daily Citizen’s deadline.

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