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December 12, 2013

Love leads the way for Lions

Nasir Love scored 25 points to lead Christian Heritage’s middle school varsity boys basketball team to a 47-43 win at home against Chattanooga’s Lookout Valley on Tuesday.

Christian Koneman added 16 points and eight rebounds for the Lions.

New Hope eighth-grade girls 40, North Whitfield 8: Holly Heath led with 14 points and Maggie Linder chipped in eight as the Lady Kodiaks remained undefeated through five games with Monday’s home win.

North Whitfield did not report results by The Daily Citizen’s deadline.

North Whitfield seventh-grade girls 18, New Hope 16: Sydney Horne had eight points and Jada Griffen finished with six for the Lady Kodiaks (3-2) in Monday’s loss at home.

North Whitfield did not report results by The Daily Citizen’s deadline.

New Hope eighth-grade boys 33, North Whitfield 18: Barrett Upton’s 12-point performance paced the Kodiaks (2-2) who used a strong second quarter to help them win on the road Monday.

North Whitfield did not report results by The Daily Citizen’s deadline.

New Hope seventh-grade boys 26, North Whitfield 20: Dominique Sistrunk scored 13 points to lead the way as the Kodiaks remained undefeated through four games with Monday’s win at North Whitfield.

North Whitfield did not report results by The Daily Citizen’s deadline.

Bagley eighth-grade girls 46, Eastbrook 11: Shelby Satterfield had 11 points and Savanah Satterfield finished with 10 as the Lady Braves (4-1) won at home on Monday.

Tatum Brown added seven points for Bagley.

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

Bagley seventh-grade girls 31, Eastbrook 8: The Lady Braves (3-2) spread the scoring around in Monday’s home win.

Hanna Blackwell and Sarah Plemons each had six points, while Micha Bishop and Grace Garland each had five as eight of 10 players in the lineup found the basket.

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

Bagley eighth-grade boys 44, Eastbrook 6: Waylyn James finished with a team-best nine points and all but one player on the Bagley roster scored as the Braves (4-1) won on the road Monday.

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

Eastbrook seventh-grade boys 21, Bagley 19: Kenneth Hamlin’s six-point effort topped the scoring list for Bagley (2-3) in Monday’s loss at Eastbrook, which did not report results by The Daily Citizen’s deadline.

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