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Area all-district hoops teams

Listed below are the all-district basketball teams for 8-AAA, 11-AAA, 10-A, 12-A and 3-Division II-A.

All-District 8-AAA

Boys: Coffee Co. – Trenton Scrivnor, Jaxon Vaughn; Columbia Central – Q Martin (MVP), Cam Johnson, Bubba Perkins; Franklin Co. – Kane Reed; Lawrence Co. – Luke Boswell, Alex Carr; Lincoln Co. – Jailen Brown; Shelbyville – Jai’lain Anderson, Jayshon Jones; Tullahoma – Krys Uselton

Girls: Coffee Co. – Bella Vinson (MVP), Elli Chumley, Chloe Gannon, Jalie Ruehling; Columbia Central – Josie Parks, Janiyha Riley; Lawrence Co. – Katie Criswell; Lincoln Co. – Annalise Malone, Amelia Kate Richardson; Tullahoma – Kailyn Farrell, Lucy Nutt

All-District 11-AAA

Boys first team: Brentwood – Griffin Burke, John Windley; Franklin — Reed Kemp (MVP), Aidan Smylie; Ravenwood – Nick Dang. Boys second team: Centennial – Patrick Garrett; Franklin – Matt Thurman; Page – Thomas Seaman; Ravenwood – Noah Clifford; Summit – Destin Wade. Honorable mention: Lincoln Aholt (Centennial); Taylor Spierto (Franklin); Cameron Bell , River Katina, Jett Montgomery (Independence); Grant Snider (Page); Jake Mulder (Ravenwood); Kai’Seanne Brashear (Spring Hill); Konata Werts (Summit). Coach of the Year: Jason Tigert, Franklin.

Girls first team: Brentwood — Amelia Osgood (MVP); Franklin — Kate O’Neil; Page — McKenzie Cochran; Ravenwood — Reghan Grimes; Spring Hill — Sierra Stedman. Girls second team: Brentwood — Sydney Ryan; Dickson Co. — Anna Claire (AC) Milam; Page — Lili Wilken; Ravenwood — Lexi Erickson; Summit — Delaney Noe. Honorable mention: Sophie Roston (Brentwood); Cristy Martinez (Independence); Ricole Alderson, Prairie Stedman (Spring Hill); Ellie Colson (Summit). Coach of the Year: Myles Thrash, Brentwood.

All-District 10-A

Boys: Culleoka – Landon Andrews, Erik Mick, Cooper Parks; Hampshire – Cameryn Bass; Mt. Pleasant – Kentra Frierson, Tip Marlow; Richland – Logan Helton, Trey Luna, Daniel Nicholson, Tyrell Randolph; Santa Fe – Will Monhollen, Andy Slaughter, Colton Steward

Girls: Culleoka – Breanna Dickson, Tyler Reischman; Hampshire – Karlee Rowland, Kortney Rowland, Kayla Stephens; Mt. Pleasant – Emily Crossman, Addison Workman; Richland – Gracie Braden, Allie Garner, Kristen Garner, Jesse Jennings; Santa Fe – Elise Adkison, Emmy Bates

All-District 12-A

Boys: Frank Hughes — Clayton Davis; Loretto — Shaler Hankins, Tabias Sirmones, Brendon Tipps, Xavier Young; Perry Co. — Tyler Dudley (MVP), Jackson Tatum; Summertown — Gavin Burleson, Grant Burleson, Grayson Burleson, Skyler Trousdale; Wayne Co. — Clay Baugus, Tyler Moser

Girls: Collinwood — A.C. Whitehead; Loretto — Karly Weathers (MVP), Autumn Buttrum, Kensey Weathers; Summertown – Jenna Brazier, Katie Burdette, Ansley Burleson, Kaley Campbell, Hailey Jones, Rylee Long; Wayne Co. — Lauren Bryant, Michaela Gallian, Savanna McClain

All-Division II-A District 3

Boys: Battle Ground Acad. – Sean Williams; Christ Presbyterian Acad. – Jake Dykstra, Braeden Moore, Evan Shiflet, Braden Zapp; Columbia Acad. – Tanner Ham; Franklin Road Acad. – R.J. Casey, Levi Cox; Grace Chr. – Will Beasley; Middle Tenn. Chr. – Andrew Adams; Providence Chr. – Max McMurry; Webb-Bell Buckle – Evan Eursher (MVP), Weston Coop, Jordan Jenkins. Coach of the Year: Drew Maddux, Christ Presbyterian Acad.

Girls: Battle Ground Acad. – Kearstyn Seay; Christ Presbyterian Acad. – Emmaline Bartlett, Virginia Glisson, Addie Zapp; Columbia Acad. – Madi Lewis; Franklin Road Acad. – Macie Medes; Middle Tenn. Chr. – Bre’Aria Cannon, Sydney Cooper, Sarah Wisniowski; Providence Chr. – Mariah Edmonds, A.C. Markham, Abby McFarland; Webb-Bell Buckle – Lashae Dwyer (MVP), Shanice Simpson, Lauren Vann. Coach of the Year – Becky LeGate, Christ Presbyterian Acad.

2020-21 Hardwood leaders

Boys scoring
(games, total points, points per game)

Andy Slaughter, Santa Fe1533522.3
Gavin Burleson, Summertown2344319.3
Daniel Nicholson, Richland2442517.7
Kai’Seanne Brashear, Spring Hill1526217.5
Destin Wade, Summit1320816.0
Q Martin, Columbia Central2844515.9
Trey Luna, Richland2438015.8
Cameryn Bass, Hampshire1929215.4
Landon Andrews, Culleoka1725815.2
Logan Helton, Richland2131014.8
Tanner Ham, Columbia Acad.2739714.7
Kentra Frierson, Mt. Pleasant2637714.5
Skyler Trousdale, Summertown2533013.2
Cameron Bell, Independence2024612.3
Jett Montgomery, Independence2024212.1

Boys 3-pointers
(games, total 3-pointers)

Trey Luna, Richland2471
Cam Johnson, Columbia Central2864
Tanner Ham, Columbia Acad.2757
Kentra Frierson, Mt. Pleasant2655
Gavin Burleson, Summertown2341
Will Jackson, Columbia Acad.     2541
Andy Slaughter, Santa Fe1537
Logan Helton, Richland2137
Skyler Trousdale, Summertown2537
Omari Franklin, Columbia Central2636

Girls scoring
(games, total points, points per game)

Jesse Jennings, Richland2354223.6
Sierra Stedman, Spring Hill2843715.6
Josie Parks, Columbia Central1742215.6
Madi Lewis, Columbia Acad.2233315.1
Prairie Stedman, Spring Hill2634513.3
Delaney Noe, Summit2329913.0
Janiyha Riley, Columbia Central2228412.9
Karlee Rowland, Hampshire2125212.0
Hailey Jones, Summertown2630611.8
Ellie Colson, Summit2629611.4
Kortney Rowland, Hampshire2122710.8
Ricole Alderson, Spring Hill2324210.5
Kaley Campbell, Summertown2626010.0
Rylee Long, Summertown2626010.0
Breanna Dickson, Culleoka2222010.0

Girls 3-pointers
(games, total 3-pointers)

Delaney Noe, Summit2354
Ansley Burleson, Summertown2652
Josie Parks, Columbia Central2750
Sierra Stedman, Spring Hill2843
Ryleigh Hamm, Columbia Central2943
Bergen Allee, Summit2839
Madi Lewis, Columbia Acad.2238
Averi Slaughter, Columbia Acad.2238
Kristen Garner, Richland1836
Kielee Bradley, Mt. Pleasant2432
Rylee Long, Summertown2632

*Statistical compilations based on submissions from area coaches or their designees

CA’s offensive woes costly in season-ending road defeat

By Maurice Patton

NASHVILLE – Columbia Academy suffered through a rough start Saturday and never recovered, as the Bulldogs’ season ended with a 72-55 Division II-A Middle Region Tournament quarterfinal loss to host Donelson Christian.

Opening the game with four straight possessions without a field goal attempt set a dubious tone for the visitors, seeded third out of District 3, and CA trailed 11-2 before the halfway point of the opening quarter.

“We weren’t getting anything going,” junior wing Drew Butt said after scoring a team-high 19 points in the defeat. “We weren’t moving like we were supposed to. Anytime you’re stagnant on offense like that, you can expect that kind of start.

“We weren’t in a rhythm. No excuses. We didn’t get it done.”

Columbia Academy’s struggles were in sharp contrast to the Wildcats, who got 36 points from senior guard Ben Singer en route to the win and a Sunday semifinal matchup with Christ Presbyterian Academy.

“It was such a ‘quiet’ 36,” DCA coach Nate Johnson said. “He’s steady, efficient. He doesn’t take bad shots. He’s hard to guard, smart. He makes us go.”

Singer scored nine in the first period as the Wildcats grabbed a 19-8 lead, then knocked in a pair of 3-pointers to help push the margin to 27-12 four minutes into the second quarter.

Columbia Academy (19-8) had no answer.

“It was frustrating to watch,” CA coach Marty DeJarnette said regarding the Bulldogs’ overall performance. “It looked like we were in quicksand in the first quarter. You’re digging a hole, and you try to claw your way out, and the walls cave in on you.

“Turnovers were a problem early. I don’t know that if was nerves, but something wasn’t right. We weren’t in sync. The long layoff? I don’t know. But we weren’t right from the start. You could feel it.”

A 37-23 halftime deficit was never less than double digits the rest of the way. Donelson Christian (19-5) answered a Butt 3-pointer, which made it a 41-28 game at the 4:28 mark of the third period, with a 7-2 spurt that kept the ‘Cats comfortably ahead.

“We let them get rolling and they fed off each other,” DeJarnette said. “They never let us back in it. Every time we made a run, they had an answer.

“We did everything we could. It just wasn’t our night. The energy was never there.”

Donelson Chr. boys 72, Columbia Acad. 55

C 8 15 13 19 — 55
D 19 18 13 22 — 72

Columbia Acad. (55) – Tanner Ham 10, Chase Duncan 5, Hayden Morgan 3, Drew Butt 19, Will Jackson 4, Andre McClellan 7, Griffin Cooper 7
Donelson Chr. (72) – Ben Singer 36, Jude Charlton 7, Jon Lewis 8, Riley Stanton 9, Max Frazier 3, Blake Anderson 9
3-pointers – Columbia Acad. 6 (Ham 2, Duncan, Morgan, Butt, McClellan), Donelson Chr. 4 (Singer 2, Frazier, Anderson)

2020 Hardwood leaders

Boys scoring
(games, total points, points per game)

Andy Slaughter, Santa Fe1533522.3
Gavin Burleson, Summertown2344319.3
Daniel Nicholson, Richland1628017.5
Kai’Seanne Brashear, Spring Hill1210417.0
Destin Wade, Summit1219816.5
Q Martin, Columbia Central2540416.2
Trey Luna, Richland1625315.8
Cameryn Bass, Hampshire1827615.3
Landon Andrews, Culleoka1725815.2
Logan Helton, Richland1218015.0
Tanner Ham, Columbia Acad.2638714.9
Kentra Frierson, Mt. Pleasant2231514.3
Skyler Trousdale, Summertown2533013.2
Cameron Bell, Independence2024612.3
Jett Montgomery, Independence2024212.1

Boys 3-pointers
(games, total 3-pointers)

Cam Johnson, Columbia Central2559
Tanner Ham, Columbia Acad.2655
Trey Luna, Richland1650
Kentra Frierson, Mt. Pleasant2245
Gavin Burleson, Summertown2341
Will Jackson, Columbia Acad.     2441
Andy Slaughter, Santa Fe1537
Skyler Trousdale, Summertown2537
Landon Andrews, Culleoka1733
Jett Montgomery, Independence2032

Girls scoring
(games, total points, points per game)

Jesse Jennings, Richland1944023.2
Josie Parks, Columbia Central2033216.6
Sierra Stedman, Spring Hill2336215.7
Madi Lewis, Columbia Acad.2233315.1
Delaney Noe, Summit1926113.7
Prairie Stedman, Spring Hill2128113.4
Janiyha Riley, Columbia Central1924412.8
Karlee Rowland, Hampshire2125212.0
Hailey Jones, Summertown2630611.8
Ellie Colson, Summit2224611.2
Breanna Dickson, Culleoka1920710.9
Kortney Rowland, Hampshire2122710.8
Cole Alderson, Spring Hill2021210.6
Kaley Campbell, Summertown2626010.0
Rylee Long, Summertown2626010.0

Girls 3-pointers
(games, total 3-pointers)

Ansley Burleson, Summertown2652
Delaney Noe, Summit1948
Madi Lewis, Columbia Acad.2238
Averi Slaughter, Columbia Acad.2238
Josie Parks, Columbia Central2037
Sierra Stedman, Spring Hill2335
Ryleigh Hamm, Columbia Central2232
Rylee Long, Summertown2632
Kielee Bradley, Mt. Pleasant2231
Kayla Stephens, Hampshire2141

*Statistical compilations based on submissions from area coaches or their designees

Sports upcoming

Monday
High school basketball

Summit girls at Ravenwood*
District 8-AAA Boys quarterfinal, Shelbyville (7) at Lincoln Co. (3)
District 8-AAA Boys quarterfinal, Lawrence Co. (5) at Tullahoma (4)
District 10-A Girls play-in, Mt. Pleasant (5) at Santa Fe (4)
District 12-A Girls quarterfinal, Perry Co. (5) at Collinwood (4)

Tuesday
High school basketball

Dickson Co. at Summit*
Independence at Brentwood*
Spring Hill at Franklin*
District 8-AAA Girls quarterfinal, Shelbyville (6) at Lawrence Co. (3)
District 8-AAA Girls quarterfinal, Lincoln Co. (5) at Columbia Central (4)
District 10-A Boys play-in, Hampshire (5) at Mt. Pleasant (4)
District 12-A Girls quarterfinal, Frank Hughes (6) at Wayne Co. (3)
District 12-A Boys quarterfinal, Collinwood (6) at Perry Co. (3)
District 12-A Boys quarterfinal, Frank Hughes (5) at Wayne Co. (4), 7:30 p.m.
Division II-A Middle Region Girls quarterfinal, Christ Presbyterian Acad. (4) at Clarksville Acad. (1)
Division II-A Middle Region Girls quarterfinal, Nashville Chr. (3) at Providence Chr. (2)
Division II-A Middle Region Girls quarterfinal, Donelson Chr. (4) at Webb-Bell Buckle (1)
Division II-A Middle Region Girls quarterfinal, Middle Tenn. Chr. (3) at Goodpasture (2)

Wednesday
High school basketball

Division II-A Middle Region Boys quarterfinal, Battle Ground Acad. (4) at Goodpasture (1)
Division II-A Middle Region Boys quarterfinal, Davidson Acad. (3) at Webb-Bell Buckle (2)
Division II-A Middle Region Boys quarterfinal, Friendship Chr. (4) at Christ Presbyterian Acad. (1)
Division II-A Middle Region Boys quarterfinal, Columbia Acad. (3) at Donelson Chr. (2)

Junior college basketball

Columbia State at Southwest Tennessee, 5:30 p.m. (DH)

Junior college baseball

Dyersburg State at Columbia State, 1 p.m. (DH)

Junior college softball

Dyersburg State at Columbia State, 1 p.m. (DH)

Thursday
High school basketball

District 11-AAA Girls play-in, TBD
District 11-AAA Boys play-in, TBD
District 8-AAA Boys semifinal, Shelbyville/Lincoln Co. winner at Coffee Co. (2)
District 8-AAA Boys semifinal, Lawrence Co./Tullahoma winner at Columbia Central (1)
District 10-A Girls semifinal, Mt. Pleasant/Santa Fe winner at Richland (1)
District 10-A Girls semifinal, Culleoka (3) at Hampshire (2)
District 12-A Girls semifinal, Perry Co./Collinwood winner at Summertown (1)
District 12-A Girls semifinal, Frank Hughes/Wayne Co. at Loretto (2)
Division II-A Middle Region Girls semifinal, Christ Presbyterian Acad./Clarksville Acad. winner vs. Nashville Chr./Providence Chr. winner at higher seed
Division II-A Middle Region Girls semifinal, Donelson Chr./Webb-Bell Buckle winner vs. Middle Tenn. Chr./Goodpasture winner at higher seed

Friday
High school basketball

District 11-AAA Girls quarterfinals, TBD
District 11-AAA Boys quarterfinals, TBD
District 8-AAA Girls semifinal, Shelbyville/Lawrence Co. winner at Tullahoma (2)
District 8-AAA Girls semifinal, Lincoln Co./Columbia Central winner at Coffee Co. (1)
District 10-A Boys semifinal, Hampshire/Mt. Pleasant winner at Richland (1)
District 10-A Boys semifinal, Culleoka (3) at Santa Fe (2)
District 12-A Boys semifinal, Frank Hughes/Wayne Co. winner at Loretto (1)
District 12-A Boys semifinal, Collinwood/Perry Co. winner at Summertown (2)
Division II-A Middle Region Boys semifinal, Battle Ground Acad./Goodpasture winner vs. Davidson Acad./Webb-Bell Buckle winner at higher seed
Division II-A Middle Region Boys semifinal, Friendship Chr./Christ Presbyterian Acad. winner vs. Columbia Acad./Donelson Chr. winner at higher seed

Saturday
High school basketball

District 11-AAA Girls semifinals, TBD
District 11-AAA Boys semifinals, TBD
District 10-A Girls championship at higher seed
District 10-A Girls consolation at higher seed
District 12-A Girls championship at higher seed
District 12-A Girls consolation at higher seed
Division II-A Middle Region Girls championship at higher seed
Division II-A Middle Region Girls consolation at higher seed
Division II-A Middle Region Boys championship at higher seed
Division II-A Middle Region Boys consolation at higher seed

High school wrestling

Class AAA state tournament at Chattanooga Convention Center, 8 a.m.

Junior college basketball

Volunteer State at Columbia State, 2 p.m. (DH)

Junior college baseball

Columbia State at Jackson State, 12 noon (DH)

Junior college softball

Columbia State at Jackson State, 1 p.m. (DH)

*District game
All basketball games 6 p.m. start unless noted
Schedule subject to change without prior notice

Saturday on the hardwood

Columbia Acad. boys 67, Battle Ground Acad. 60

B 10 13 18 19 – 60
C 15 19 16 17 – 67

Battle Ground Acad. (60) – Sean Williams 18, Tre Williams 6, Cole Matthews 7, Alex Krause 3, Xavier Shaw 7, Kavien Jones 19
Columbia Acad. (67) – Tanner Ham 23, Chase Duncan 9, Will Jackson 21, Collins Malone 1, Andre McClellan 5, Griffin Cooper 8
3-pointers – Battle Ground Acad. 5 (T. Williams 2, Matthews 2, Shaw), Columbia Acad. 9 (Ham 3, Duncan 2, Jackson 3, McClellan)

Spring Hill girls 57, Ravenwood 39

R 7 10 13 9 — 39
S 8 17 15 17 — 57

Ravenwood (39) — Lexi Erickson 3, Rachel Holliman 3, Elizabeth Flynn 2, Mary Prestegaard 4, Ava Levigne 9, Reghan Grimes 19
Spring Hill (57) — Cole Alderson 10, Prairie Stedman 15, Belle Brashear 6, Sierra Stedman 20, Jayce Brashear 6
3-pointers — Ravenwood 5 (Erickson, Holliman, Levigne 3), Spring Hill 4 (P. Stedman, S. Stedman, J. Brashear 2)