- Cullman, Alabama

November 17, 2012

PREP ROUNDUP: St. Bernard’s girls pick up wins over Winston County, Meek

By Jake Winfrey
The Cullman Times

— St. Bernard picked up two early-season wins on Thursday and Friday, defeating Winston County and Meek to get its record to 2-1 overall.

Varsity Girls

% St. Bernard 57, Winston County 30

The Saints walked all over Winston County to pick up their first victory of the year.

Amy Chavin led the Saints with 12 points, netting a 3-pointer in each quarter.

Varsity Boys

% St. Bernard 54, Winston County 44

Stats were not available for the game.

Varsity Girls

% St. Bernard 39, Meek 38

The Saints won a squeaker in Meek on Friday night, hanging on for a one-point win.

Stats were not available.

Varsity Boys

% Meek 57, St. Bernard 47

The Saints’ boys fell to 1-1 on the season following a loss at Meek on Friday night.

Stats were not provided.

Varsity Boys

Fairview 60, Good Hope 28

 FAIRVIEW — The Aggies picked up a win in their season-opening game on Friday night, defeating now 0-3 Good Hope.

Fairview led at the quarter breaks 17-10, 35-15 and 45-21.

The Aggies were led in scoring by Blake Parker, who netted 15 points.

Parker was assisted by teammates Elijah Garrison and Luke Bailey, both of whom scored 12 points in the victory.

Good Hope’s Eli Marty was the top scorer for the Raiders in the game, putting in nine points.

Andy Cofer pitched in with eight points and Alex Cofer had six.

Varsity Boys

Cold Springs 78, Holly Pond 76

In a double-overtime thriller, the Cold Springs boys’ team was able to go into Holly Pond and sneak out with a two-point victory.

UAH signee, Chayse Elliott, led all players with a stat line of 31 points, 15 rebounds, six assists and five steals.

Cold Springs trailed the majority of the game and headed into the fourth quarter down 12 points.

The Eagles rallied, though, and sent the game into its first overtime at 60 apiece.

Tristan Chambers scored 21 points for the Eagles, while teammates Layne Rice, 10 points, and Austin Moore, eight points, also contributed in the win.

Colby Adams was the Broncos’ leading scorer with 24 points, with Gunter Morris chipping in with 15 points in the loss.

% The Times’ sports writer Jake Winfrey contributed to this report