Lynn earns sweep of Addison
by Johnathan Bentley
Jan 15, 2013 | 1518 views | 0 0 comments | 3 3 recommendations | email to a friend | print
Both Lynn basketball teams are top seeds in the upcoming Winston County Basketball Tournament.

They showed why on Monday.

Lynn’s girls routed Addison by 48 points while the boys won their matchup by 30 on Monday at Addison High School.

The No. 4-ranked Lynn girls (17-1) took control of Monday’s game from the opening tip on their way to a 70-22 win over their county rival. Jackee Dodd and Lindsay Tompkin combined for 42 points in the win. The Bears led 21-2 after the opening quarter and took a commanding 40-8 lead into the half. Lynn was up 60-10 going into the final quarter.

Dodd finished with 22 points, seven rebounds, four steals and three assists, Tompkin added 20 points and seven rebounds, Brooklyn Beck had 13 points and four rebounds, Reagan Tittle had eight points and five assists, Emma Easley had six points, five steals and three assists, Kelci McGough added one point and Brooke Harris contributed with five assists.

Lynn hosts Marion County in an area matchup today.

The Winston County Basketball Tournament begins Thursday at Addison High School.


Lynn 63, Addison 33

Like the girls, Lynn’s boys wasted no time jumping out to an insurmountable lead on Monday. Four Lynn players scored in double figures.

The Bears (7-9) led 24-4 after the opening quarter and took a 33-8 lead into the half. Lynn was up 52-24 after three quarters.

Ben Cagle and Peyton Moore had big games for Lynn. Cagle had 20 points, 12 rebounds and three assists while Moore knocked down five 3-pointers and finished with 19 points, 10 assists and three rebounds.

Kyle Medeiros connected on four 3-pointers and had 12 points, Jeremy Tittle had 10 points, 11 rebounds and eight blocks and Zack Jones added two points and Tryston Meeks had five assists.


Oakman 41, Berry 40

Oakman stormed back from an 11-point halftime deficit to beat Berry 41-40 at Oakman High School on Monday night.

The Wildcats (10-6) trailed throughout the game.

Berry was leading 11-5 after the opening quarter and 28-17 at the half. Oakman trailed 34-29.

Berry took the lead with 30 seconds remaining in the game, but Oakman took the lead for good when Elijah Farley found Matt Wright open for the winning score.

Farley led Oakman with nine points, Wright finished with eight, Jase Trotter had seven points, Case Key put in six, Purvis Coger had four and Deontre Muse added three points.

Oakman, which has already eclipsed last year’s win total, takes on Lamar County at Vernon on Friday.

An Oakman win would leave the Wildcats in a first-place tie with Cold Springs for the area title. Oakman split a pair of regular-season games with Cold Springs, winning at home and losing on the road.