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PREP BASKETBALL: Cold Springs girls, Holly Pond boys pick up victories

Cold Springs' Camryn Crider (12) / Norman Bush

BREMEN - The Cold Springs Eagles hosted the Holly Pond Broncos tonight in junior varsity and varsity hoops.

Cold Springs 47, Holly Pond 28 (JV Girls)

Kicking things off were the junior varsity girls. The Lady Eagles cruised to the 47-28 win, led by Brooklyn Crider with 14 points. The Broncos were led by Maddie Ham, who had nine.

Stats:

Lady Eagles

  • Brooklyn Crider 14
  • Kyla Aaron 8
  • Madison Bruer 6
  • Emma Chambers 5
  • Lacey Rice 4
  • Shay Sellers 4
  • Emily Williams 3
  • Emi Harbison 3

Holly Pond 

  • Maddie Ham 9
  • Sarah Finley 5
  • Kaylee Stallings 5
  • Quincey Marks 3
  • Destiny Green 2
  • Tate Duke 2

 

Holly Pond 55, Cold Springs 15 (JV Boys)

When the JV boys took the court, it was a different story. The Broncos forced multiple Eagle turnovers throughout the game.

Final score: Holly Pond 55, Cold Springs 15

Tucker Gambrill led Holly Pond with 13 points, while Ayden Alexander paced the Eagles with seven.

Stats

Holly Pond

  • Tucker Gambrill 13
  • Parker Sellers 10
  • Jordan Albright 10
  • Jacob Ring 9
  • Isaac Ludwig 6
  • Gabe Fortner 5
  • Jaxson Olinger 2

Cold Springs

  • Ayden Alexander 7
  • Brodi Williams 3
  • Roberto Ayala 3
  • Dawson Ray 2

 

Cold Springs 70, Holly Pond 34 (Varsity Girls)

In varsity girls action, the Lady Eagles dominated, from the opening tip-off to the end. Cold Springs won handily, 70-34

The Lady Eagles were on fire with 3-pointers, good for 39 of their 70 points tonight. Neely Ellison hit all five of her 3-point attempts giving her 15 points on the night. Camryn Crider led the team with 18 points.

Holly Pond was led by Makenna Folds, with 12 points.

Stats

Cold Springs

  • Camryn Crider 18
  • Elizabeth Hill 17
  • Neely Ellison 15
  • Toni West 12
  • Zoe Strawbridge 3
  • Kinley Campbell 3
  • Prisca McAnnally 2

Holly Pond

  • Makenna Folds 12
  • Presley Marks 8
  • Maddie Heatherly 4
  • Elizabeth Miller 4
  • Kolby Holcombe 3
  • Kara Hollis 2

 

Holly Pond 64, Cold Springs 35 (Varsity Boys)

Last up were the varsity boys, in a physical bout that saw the Broncos come away with the win, 64-35.

The Eagles tried to make a dent in Holly Pond’s lead in the third, but the Bronco offense was just too much.

Zach Shaw led the Broncos with 12 points on the night.

The Eagles were led by Adam Hill with 11.

Stats

Holly Pond

  • Zach Shaw 12
  • Griffin Morris 11
  • Kyler Chaney 9
  • Jake Harris 8
  • Cooper Jones 8
  • Brodi Rowell 6
  • McKinley Garrett 4
  • Reid Hollis 3
  • Tyler Boatwright 3

Cold Springs

  • Adam Hill 11
  • Hunter McClendon 9
  • Micah Calvert 4
  • Brian McAnnally 4
  • Logan Rice 3
  • Francisco Ayala 2
  • Dylan Byrd 2

Regina Willoughby, wife of Cold Springs’ boys’ coach Tim Willoughby and former coach herself, has been battling pancreatic cancer, and the community has put together a purple card drive, overseen by Stephanie Crider, who said the cards and other donations collected tonight during the games would be given to Regina Willoughby in the next few days.

Crider said Regina Willoughby will be traveling to Atlanta to receive treatment in the next few days, and the community wanted to show how much they appreciate her for all she has done for the school. The Willoughbys are known and loved throughout the community.

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