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January 30, 2013

PREP BASKETBALL ROUNDUP: Roland picks up 42 in Saints’ nail-biting W over Addison



% Walker 70, Cold Springs 69: The Eagles erased a double-digit deficit in the fourth quarter but came up just short in the last seconds against the Vikings.

Layne Rice and Triston Chambers went wild for 20 and 19 points, respectively, one night after Cold Springs (14-9) upset Cullman County-champion Fairview.

UAH signee Chayse Elliott was at his best in every aspect of the game, compiling an impressive triple-double with 16 points, 15 rebounds and 10 assists.

The Eagles will look to return to the win column Friday at Vinemont.

Varsity girls

% Cullman Christian 43, Brooklane Baptist 6:
The freight train that is the Lady Lions kept right on chugging Tuesday night at home with their latest lopsided affair.

Cullman Christian received 10 points apiece from Haley White and Jordan Canaday. White also contributed eight steals, three assists and two rebounds, while Canaday was good for four rebounds, three assists and two steals. Yancey York came through with eight points, nine rebounds, three steals and two assists.

The Lions’ other contributors were Olivia Wright, four points, three rebounds and one assist; Christine Aldijaili, four points, one rebound and one assist; Louanne Stillwell, three points, five rebounds, two steals and one assist; Eliza Siegenthaler, two points, five rebounds and one steal; Holly Gray, two points, two steals and one rebound; and Callie Bagley, six rebounds and two assists.

Cullman Christian, now 18-2 (5-0 in area play), will hit the court again Thursday for a game versus Hope Academy.

% Addison 48, St. Bernard 33: Jessica Benton’s 14-point performance led the Bulldogs to a season sweep of the Saints.

Addison held a slim one-point lead after the first quarter, extended it to eight by halftime and enjoyed an 11-point cushion after the third.

Zana Wilson cracked double-digits for St. Bernard with 10 points. Michayla Brown chipped in seven points, while Alli Messick and Aymee Chauvin scored six each. Zoie Wilson and Katherine Gamble had two points apiece.

% The Times’ sports editor Rob Ketcham contributed to this report.

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