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January 19, 2014

Middle school roundup: New Hope 7th-graders lean on Sydney Horne’s big game

Sydney Horne scored 18 points to help the New Hope Middle School seventh-grade girls win 40-14 on Thursday at North Whitfield’s gymnasium.

Autumn Thompson helped Horne with eight points, Alaina Thompson chipped in seven points and Olivia Jones added five points for New Hope, which improves to 7-3 this season.

North Whitfield coaches did not report individual statistics by The Daily Citizen’s deadline.

New Hope eighth-grade girls 44, North Whitfield 8: Maggie Linder scored 15 points Thursday at North Whitfield to help New Hope stay undefeated through 11 games this season.

Holly Heath also reached double-digit scoring with 10 points, and Rylee Maret added eight points.

North Whitfield coaches did not report individual statistics by The Daily Citizen’s deadline.

Eastbrook seventh-grade boys 18, Valley Point 15: Kolby McDermott and Austin Brock made four straight free throws to help Eastbrook win Wednesday at the Mustangs’ gym.

Denzel Allen scored seven points to lead Eastbrook, which improves to 5-3 overall and 4-3 in league play. The game included three lead changes in the last minute.

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

Valley Point eighth-graders 38, Eastbrook 11: Alex Carroll and Phillip Painter each scored four points in the Mustangs’ loss Wednesday at Eastbrook’s gym.

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

Bagley seventh-grade girls 39, Eastbrook 7: Hannah Blackwell scored 11 points Thursday to help the Lady Braves improve to 8-3 this season. Micha Bishop added seven points and two players, Grace Garland and Sarah Plemons, scored six.

Eastbrook coaches did not report individual statistics by The Daily Citizen’s deadline.

Bagley eighth-grade girls 42, Eastbrook 10: Savanah Satterfield scored 14 points Wednesday to help the Lady Braves reach an 8-3 record this season. August Miles and Tisha Sexton each scored six points.

Eastbrook coaches did not report individual statistics by The Daily Citizen’s deadline.

Eastbrook seventh-grade boys 26, Bagley 19: Kenneth Hamlin scored 11 points Wednesday for the Braves, who fell to 3-8 this season.

Eastbrook coaches did not report individual statistics by The Daily Citizen’s deadline.

Bagley eighth-grade boys 40, Eastbrook 16: The Braves improved to 9-2 with Wednesday’s win and had nine different players score. No one reached double digits, but Braedon Bond led with eight points while Josh Cain’s seven points and Waylyn James’ six points helped.

Eastbrook coaches did not report individual statistics by The Daily Citizen’s deadline.

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