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March 16, 2014

CLASS 2A SOUTHRIDGE REGIONAL: Clarksville wins first regional title

Generals win two OT thrillers to claim crown

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Clarksville committed seven turnovers in the first five minutes of the fourth quarter, something that perplexed Connell following the contest. 

"These guys are seniors [and] they've got to do a better job," Connell said. "I don't know if it was their pressure at all — we just started throwing the ball away." 

McEwen, who led Clarksville with 17 points, hit two free throws with 1:32 remaining to tie the ballgame at 43 With 16.5 seconds left. Richey had the chance to give Austin the lead but missed the front end of a 1-and-1, and Parrish grabbed the rebound for the Generals. On Clarksville's final possession in regulation, McEwen's 3-point attempt from straight away missed, and the game headed into overtime. 

A Coleman 3-pointer opened the scoring for Clarksville in the extra period and gave the Generals a 46-43 lead with three minutes remaining in overtime. After Wooten missed a 3-pointer that would have given Austin the lead, Yennes grabbed the rebound, was fouled, and sank two clutch free throws with 2.5 seconds left to allow the Generals to advance. 

"It was a win," Connell said. "At this point, all these teams are good. So we're going to play another game, and that's what you want at this point."

 

CLASS 2A SOUTHRIDGE REGIONAL

CHAMPIONSHIP

CLARKSVILLE 42, LINTON-STOCKTON 36 (OT)

Clarksville           13   6 4 6 13—42 

Linton-Stockton  10 10 6 3  7—36

Clarksville (23-2): Andrew Jones 10, Calvin McEwen 16, D.J. Coleman 7, Marquise Parrish 4, Wyatt Kissel 2, Ahem Yennes 2, Evan Guenthner 0, Nick Jones 2. 

Linton-Stockton (20-7): Bryant Jackson 10, Joseph Dieball 2, Ryan Woodward 9, Joshua Dieball 6, Zachary Riddell 9, Beau Eaton 0.

Rebounds: Clarksville 22 (McEwen 7); Linton-Stockton 21 (Josh Dieball 5). 

3-point goals: Clarksville 3 (McEwen 2, Coleman); Linton-Stockton 5 (Jackson 3, Woodward, Riddell). 

Free throws: Clarksville 9-10, Linton-Stockton 7-12. 

Turnovers: Clarksville 10, Linton-Stockton 11.

 

SEMIFINALS

LINTON-STOCKTON 75, PERRY CENTRAL 65

Linton-Stockton        19 21 16 19—75

Perry Central            17 11 20 17—65

Linton-Stockton (20-6): Jackson 23, Joseph Dieball 9, Woodward 13, Joshua Dieball 4, Riddell 8, Eaton 18. 

Perry Central (18-6): Trent Schaner 17, Andrew Huber 20, Nathan Schwartz 2, Dacota Schaad 1, Austin LeClere 11, Dillon Hubert 14. 

 

CLARKSVILLE 49, AUSTIN 45

Clarksville     16 15 8   4 6—49

Austin             10 12 9 12 2—45

Clarksville (22-2): A. Jones 5, McEwen 17, Coleman 8, Parrish 6, Kissel 2, Yennes 6, Guenthner 5, N. Jones 0, 

Austin (13-12): Chris Mayfield 6, Markus Fleenor 3, Devin Richey 15, Hunter Spencer 10, Duncan Wooten 8, Josh Turner 0, Dakota Staschke 0, Josh Vires 3. 

Rebounds: Clarksville 18 (Coleman 5, Parrish 5); Austin 23 (Spencer 7). 

3-point goals: Clarksville 7 (McEwen 4, Yennes 2, Coleman); Austin 5 (Mayfield 2, Richey, Fleenor, Vires). 

Free throws: Clarksville 6-8, Austin 2-5. 

Turnovers: Clarksville 18, Austin 18.

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