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Valley Boys Victorious Vs. Cameron

By Staff | Jan 29, 2020

The Valley Lumberjacks raced out to a 37-21 first half lead and never looked back in splitting their season series with a 67-47 victory Jan. 24 to even their record to 7-7 inside the VHS Gymnasium.

Abe Satterfield collected a double-double (10-points and 13-rebounds, while Gavin Streets provided 21-points, including a triple to lead the Valley Lumberjacks. Levi Anderson started to heat up, scored 16-points, with a pair of baskets from beyond the arch.

In addition, Ruan Baket contributed 13-points, with one triple, while Tommy Shannon tacked on 5-points, Bean Wyatt 2-points and Logan Bassett a free-throw.

The Cameron Dragons Jessop Broughton scored 13-points for all the Dragons double-digit scoring,

Valley Lumberjacks Looking For A Win

TheValley Lumberjacks has been two 5-game losing streak to start the season, but they have been in it most games for 3-quarters, before falling behind big. Their last two losses were against a 9-1 team in Clay-Battelle and a 8-2 team in the Frontier Cougars.

In their latest game against Clay-Battelle, they played right with the Cee-Bees for the biggest part of the first half. They were only down 6-points in the first quarter, but they gave the Killer-Bees 4-second chance baskets or would have had the lead. However, it spilled into the second quarter too, giving up 4-second chance rebound put-backs, before Clay-Battelle put them away, 72-47 Jan. 23 inside the VHS Gymnasium.

The ‘Jacks 3-point specialist Levi Anderson gave the Lumberjacks their only lead of the game with a triple to open the game before scoring 8-straight points, that included 3-second chance baskets.

Gavin Streets ended the drought with a 2-pointer, but the Cee-Bees answered 3-straight deuces to extend its lead to 14-5 before Tommy Shannon drained a triple and a 2-pointer to pull to within 4-points, but another second chance basket at the buzzer gave the Cee-Bees a 16-10 first quarter lead.

Clay-Battelle made one of two free throws before Anderson hit another bonus ball at the 6:30 mark, and a Ryan Baker deuce. But Clay-Battelle answered with 10-straight points before Abe Satterfield netted one of two free throws.

The Cee-Bees put the pedal to the floor and out-scored their hosts 18-4 to waltz into the locker room 43-20.

The Cee-Bees scored 5-straight points before Anderson launched a 3-pointer at the 5:40 mark and the rout was on.

Levi Carrico paced the 10-1 Cee-Bees with 25-points, including a pair of treys, while Coltin Barr and Morgan Cisler followed with 17 and 15-points, respectively.

Meanwhile, the Lumberjacks Anderson tallied a team-high 17-points that included 4-triples, while Shannon sak 10-points and grabbed 8-rebounds. Ryan Baker provided 9-points, 5-rebounds, 3-steals and 3-assists, while Abe Satterfield tallied 5-points and hauled in a team-high 10-rebounds.

In addition, Gavin Streets collected 4-points, while Logan Bassett sank a deuce.