The Cullman Times
COLD SPRINGS — Four of five starters and one player off the bench scored in double figures for Cold Springs' varsity girls on Monday night, lifting the home team to an easy 73-39 victory over Vinemont.
Caitlyn Hall led the charge with a game-high 16 points, nine rebounds and five steals, just edging teammate Haley Freeman's 13-point, eight-assist performance. Karlee Perdue and McKinnley Davis pitched in 12 points apiece for Cold Springs, while Hayden West had her say with 11.
Other Cold Springs' contributors were Chloe Harbison, six points; Keegan Johnson, three points and six assists; and Haven Watson, seven rebounds and two steals.
“It was a good night,” coach Tammy West said of her squad, which improved to 6-3 with its latest win. "We shot a real good percentage."
Vinemont's high scorers were Jordan Melton with 15 points and Sydney Wallace with six.
Cold Springs will travel to Fairview on Friday and open area play next Tuesday at home against Sulligent.
Junior varsity girls
% Cold Springs 43, Vinemont 18: All nine members of West's JV squad found the bottom of the net at least once to help Cold Springs maintain an unblemished record through five games this season.
Bailey West's 11 points were tops for the winners, followed by Emme Willoughby's seven. Destiny Campbell, Josie Stanley and Kimmie Gunter were credited with four points apiece, while Hannah Watson was responsible for three. Kaleigh Merring and Amber Norris each had two.
Felicia Warren accounted for two-thirds of Vinemont's points with 12.
Junior varsity boys
% Vinemont 34, Cold Springs 32: Paced by Trey Waldrep's 12-point total, the visitors held on in an early, in-county clash.
Cold Springs' Tyler Rice led all scorers with 18 points.
% The Times' sports editor Rob Ketcham contributed to this report.