Sports

January 12, 2014

Bagley Middle sweeps Valley Point for milestone win

Bagley Middle School’s basketball teams went perfect in four games Thursday against Valley Point, and long-time coach Bob Campbell earned his 350th win.

Bagley’s eighth-grade boys won 28-26 against Valley Point behind Waylyn James’ game-high 22 points. The Braves improve to 7-1 overall and the victory was the milestone for Campbell, who has been the coach at Bagley for 25 years. In the seventh-grade boys game, Bagley (3-5) held on for a 21-18 win. Kenneth Hamlin led the Braves with 10 points.

In the seventh-grade girls game, Bagley won 33-11 and improved to 6-2 this year. Sarah Plemons led the Lady Braves with 12 points, and Grace Garland chipped in with 11 points. In the eighth-grade girls matchup, Badley (6-2) dominated to a 45-2 victory. Shelby Satterfield led with 12 points, and Tisha Sexton added 11.

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

Westside eighth-grade boys 46, New Hope 19: Greer Threadgill scored 14 points, and Luke Shiflett added 12 for the winners, who improved to 10-2 overall and 8-0 in league play.

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

New Hope seventh-grade girls 30, Westside 24: Alaina Thompson scored 10 points, Sydney Horne added nine and Olivia Jones helped with six for New Hope, which improved to 5-3 this year.

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

New Hope eighth-grade girls 33, Westside 20: Holly Heath led with 17 points and Hallie Brooker added six for New Hope, which remains undefeated through nine games.

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

McCallie seventh-grade boys 39, Dalton 28: Wesley Caceres scored 12 points, but Dalton fell short.

McCallie eighth-grade boys 47, Dalton 18: Zach Gentry scored seven points, but Dalton couldn’t keep up.

Swimming

• Dalton Middle and New Hope held a meet with Cleveland Middle and Chattanooga Arts and Sciences.

Dalton’s 200-yard medley relay team of Cade Gabriel, Jonathan Shaheen, Raul Valdez and Ross Valdes won in 1 minutes, 57.97 seconds. Anthony Calderon, Ethan Carroll, Ross Davis and Nicolas Lama won the 200 freestyle relay in 1:49.83. Carroll Gabriel, Raul Valdez and Ross Valdez won the 400 freestyle relay in 4:45.78. Other winners for Dalton were: Calderon (100 breaststroke, 1:19.09); Gabriel (50 freestyle, 24.68; 100 freestyle, 58.79); Shaheen (200 freestyle, 2:09.53; 500 freestyle, 5:29.17); and Ross Valdez (100 butterfly, 1:04.21).

New Hope’s lone winner was Alex Mashburn (200 individual medley, 2:16.05).

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