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Bulldogs Focused on Conditioning


Dresden Enterprise


The Gleason High School football team is hoping a focus on condition will improve its position.


Coming off back-to-back 1-9 campaigns – the Bulldogs focused on getting into tip-top shape during the offseason in advance of fielding a 19-player team.


“We’ve conditioned more during our offseason than we have in a long time,” said Gleason football coach Noah Lampkins, who is set to begin his 16th year on the sideline. “In past years, we’ve lifted more during our winter conditioning, but this year we incorporated more running. It’s a whole new program and I feel like we’re in the best shape we’ve ever been in terms of conditioning. We’re going to have to be with only 19 players.”


The Bulldogs return seven starters on offense and six on defense. The Bulldogs begin the season with six seniors.


At the forefront of said senior class is Chandler Brawner (Sr., 6-3, 230), who has taken over at the running back position.


“He’s picked up some speed from last year and gotten a lot stronger,” Lampkins said of Brawner. “He is a big, physical presence. He’s been going to camps at some OVC schools where he has run some pretty good 40 times. We’re looking for good things out of him.”


At quarterback, Gleason is relying on sophomore Nick Oatsvall (5-7, 150) in the team’s new offensive set.


The Bulldogs’ leading outside wide receivers are freshmen Elijah Young (6-0, 220) and Jamison Lifsey (5-9, 145).


Gleason’s inside receivers are senior Terry McKinney (5-9, 150) and sophomore Dawson Arnold (5-11, 160). In addition, freshman Olen Reed (5-7, 175) will see time at wide receiver.


On the offensive line, Lampkins said junior Noah Anderson (5-7, 170) has strength but must learn to use it more efficiently.


At tackle, senior Seth Bowers (5-8, 210) is a returning starter as is senior Greg Graham (6-0, 175). Lampkins also penciled in sophomore Jake Langley (5-10, 220) as a probable candidate at either of the tackle position.

Gleason’s guard positions will be occupied by returning starters junior Caleb Cary (6-4, 325) and junior Seth Jones (6-1, 220). Cary and Jones represent the largest two players on the Bulldog line as well as two of the strongest. Cary moves well for his size, according to Lampkins. Sophomore Cody O’Callaghan (6-2, 210) is also expected to rotate in at guard.


Defensively, Cary, Jones and senior Jacob Gilmer (5-8, 210) are expected to suit up on the line. Freshman Aayden Black (5-9, 195) is also in the mix for snaps on the D-line as is Langley.


At inside linebacker, Anderson, Bowers and O’Callaghan are expected to split reps with Brawner and Young locked in at the outside linebacker positions.


In the secondary, McKinney is locked in at safety while Arnold has moved from cornerback to the other safety position.


Reed and Oatsvall will be called upon at cornerback.


In the special teams unit, Reed will handle extra points and punts with Young serving as the holder on point-after kicks. Brawner is penciled in as Gleason’s kickoff man.

Brawner, Arnold and McKinney are slated to be the Bulldog return men.


Lampkins said, “We’re not real big outside of Caleb and Chandler. We don’t have a game-breaker offensively. There isn’t a big-play guy on the team. I’ve told everybody thatwe’vegotonly19players, but I feel like we’ve got our top football athletes out here playing for us.”


That said, Gleason’s regular season schedule has gotten somewhat simpler with the removal of Union City and Trenton from the Bulldogs’ football district.

Gleason replaced the two teams with Hollow Rock-Bruceton and Halls on its schedule.


“I’m happy about our realignment,” Lampkins said. “Anytime a school like ours can take Trenton and Union City off the schedule is a bonus.”


The Bulldog coaching staff of Mike Bennett, Albert Collins, Bryan Sanders, Avery Orr and Archie Rich is unchanged from last season. Source: Mckenzie Banner.

Lampkins Talks Football at Gleason Rotary



GLEASON (January 23) — Coach Noah Lampkins was the featured speaker at the Gleason Rotary Club on January 23. Lampkins, a Gleason High alum and head football coach, talked about his career and football in Gleason.


Lampkins filled the room with his passion for the game and his love for coaching. With humorous anecdotes, the mood was kept light as Lampkins explained his transition from pharmaceutical sales to gridiron coaching. One phone call from the late Sam Guthrie brought him back to Gleason.


With no coaching experience, Lampkins was at the helm of small football program, but with the support of Gleason he was off and running.


For Lampkins it’s not all about the wins and losses, it’s about his players. In recent years, the coaching staff and players have worked to improve team facilities. Currently, the team’s weight lifting facility is under renovation complete with all new equipment. Lampkins stated the project reached approximately 85% of its funding goal.


The Gleason Rotary Club meets every Monday at 6:00 p.m. at Simply Southern Café. Source: McKenzie Banner.


Looking Back

10 YEARS AGO — The Gleason Lady Bulldogs advanced to the state tournament with a 43-19 sub-state win over Scotts Hill. Senior and Class A Miss Basketball finalist Kayla Hudson led all scorers with 22 points. The team had secured the Region 7A title with a win over Lake County, avenging a District Tournament loss that cost Gleason a perfect season.

*Area All-Region 7A girls included: Clarksburg’s Brooke Cary, McKenzie’s Anna Trull, Central’s Jessica Willis, West Carroll’s Addy Greer, and from the champion Lady Bulldogs, Candace Green, Riley Auvenshine and Most Valuable Player Kayla Hudson.

*Area All-Region 7A boys included: McKenzie’s Darius Riding, West Carroll’s Lorenzo Stewart and Clarksburg’s Matt Simpson.

Above, 10 YEARS AGO — The Gleason Lady Bulldogs claimed the Region 7A Championship with a win over Lake County.

Below, 10 YEARS AGO — Lady Bulldog Kayla Hudson leads Gleason to a substate win over Scotts Hill. Source: McKenzie Banner



Gleason falters in fourth during defeat to Trenton


Gleason had nothing doing in the fourth quarter and lost its opportunity to play forward.


The Lady Bulldogs, who trailed by three points heading into the final frame, made only one shot from the field in the fourth quarter before falling 48- 32 at Trenton in the Region 7A Tournament quarterfinals.


The two squads were nearly equal during the first quarter with Gleason trailing 9-7 after one quarter.


Maya Anderson drained a three-pointer for the Lady Tide while Rae’Vianna Clark and Kiera Hill each offered a bucket for the eventual victors.


Gleason’s first-quarter efforts were led by Lillian Nichols with a pair of buckets while Jordyn Greene added a basket and Darby Reed contributed a free throw.


In the second quarter, Trenton held a slim 13-12 advantage to lead 22-19 at halftime.


Stacie Mayberry paced the Lady Tide with four tallies in the second period while Indiah Williams contributed a trifecta. Jayden Green carried Gleason on her back offensively throughout the second period, totaling 10 of her team’s dozen points off a pair of buckets and six free throws.


The third quarter was even with each team totaling 10 points. Nichols totaled four free throws for the Lady Bulldogs while Green, Reed and Greene added a bucket apiece.


In the fourth quarter, Greene made a three-pointer to account for the only Gleason points of the frame. Trenton totaled 16 points in the final frame. Down the stretch, the Lady Tide made 10-of-13 free throws to seal the victory as the Lady Bulldogs struggled to swish the net at all.


Green was Gleason’s leading scorer with a dozen points while Nichols offered eight tallies and Greene contributed seven points.


The game was the final in a Lady Bulldog basketball jersey for Nichols, Borneman, Reed and Greene. Source: Dresden Enterprise.



Lady Bulldogs Join 1000-Point Club



GLEASON — Gleason Lady Bulldog basketball team members Kelsey Borneman and Lillian Nichols were recently honored for scoring 1,000 points respectively in their prep career. Borneman reached the 1,000th-point plateau against Hollow Rock-Bruceton while Nichols netted her 1,000th point against McKenzie. (L to R): Lady Bulldog 1,000-Point Club honorees Lillian Nichols and Kelsey Borneman. Photo courtesy of Christi Wallace.

Gleason Girls’ Win Ensures Region Trip

The Gleason girls cleared their first hurdle on the postseason on Monday evening, besting West Carroll 73-35 in the quarterfinals of the District 13A Tournament.

With the victory, the Lady Bulldogs advanced to the semifinals of the District 13A Tournament. On Thursday, Gleason battles Dresden at 7:30 p.m. at Bethel University. The winner of that contest will advance to Saturday’s championship game, while the loser plays in the consolation game the same evening.

 Gleason is also guaranteed a spot in the upcoming Region 7A Tournament thanks to its win on Monday. The Lady Bulldogs led 15-4 after one quarter on Monday evening behind an eight-point first period from Jayden Green.

 Green made two three-pointers in the opening period. Meanwhile, senior teammate Kelsey Borneman added a trey and a bucket during the first quarter.

 In the second quarter, Gleason senior Darby Reed led the way with a trio of buckets while Borneman and Ally Spain each connected from beyond the arc. Gleason held a 34-19 advantage at intermission.

 The Lady Bulldogs continued to pull away through the third quarter, besting WC by a 21-8 mark in the period to lead 55-27 with eight minutes to play.

Borneman and Reed guided Gleason through the third period with each contributing six points. Borneman’s tallies came via a pair of three-point baskets while Reed hit two shots from inside the arc and added a pair of free throws.

The final frame saw Gleason emptying its bench with Alexis Anderson leading the way with a three-pointer and a basket for five points. Shelbie Burton also sank a pair of buckets in the fourth quarter while Kenady Atkins swished the nylons with a three-pointer.

 Borneman led the Lady Bulldogs and all scorers with 14 points. Meanwhile, Green and Reed each added a dozen tallies. Burton completed play with eight points. The Lady War Eagles had Deidre Clark and Macey Cunningham with eight points apiece. Katie Holt added six tallies during the defeat.

McKenzie Splits with Gleason on Senior Night


 McKENZIE (January 31) — Seniors were recognized between McKenzie’s games against Gleason as the Rebels and Lady Rebels played their final home contests of the regular season.  

The Lady Rebels had a five-point lead at the half, but the Lady Bulldogs shot well in the third and went on to take the road win, 44-32. The Rebels dominated on both ends of the court from the second quarter on, and coasted to an 84-28 victory. 

Senior cheerleaders are Olivia Bowden, daughter of Steve and Sherry Bowden; Taylor- Anne Bradshaw, daughter of Joseph and Elizabeth Rupich; Madyson Driggers, daughter of Bess Toombs and Jason Driggers; Emma Pate, daughter of Jeremy and Gina Pate; and

Molley-Kate Tippitt, daughter of Stacey Hagler and Tyler and Beth Tippitt. 

Senior Lady Rebels and managers are Carissa Britt, daughter of Jennifer Britt and Jeff Britt; Anna Comer, daughter of Wade and Amy Comer; Tori Browning, daughter of Greg and Stacie Browning; and Kelsie Hyer, granddaughter of Teri King. 

Senior Rebels are Brandon Baucum, son of Jason and Kechia Baucum; Dajour Edmonson, grandson of Bobby Brown; Preston Henderson, son of Misty Henderson and Johnny Henderson; Mason King, grandson of Karen Laws; Tyler King, son of Sarah McAllister and Jeremiah King; Paul Watkins son of Lynn and Molly Watkins; and Bryce Wiggins, son of Mike and Candy Wiggins. 

Gleason Lady Bulldogs 44, McKenzie Lady Rebels 32 

The girls were tied at 8-8 after the opening frame. Lady Rebel Bailey Nelson scored four points, and Anna Comer and Jacey Davis had two each. Lady Bulldog Shelbie Burton had four, and Jayden Green and Lillian Nichols each scored a pair. 

McKenzie outpaced Gleason, 15 -10, in the second quarter to take a halftime lead. Comer scored five, including a three-pointer, J. Davis had four points, and Shelby Davis and Shelby Butler each hit a three. Lady Bulldog Jordyn Green hit a three, and Nichols also scored three. Mahlese Mc-Donald and Aubrey Wallace each had a pair. At the half, the Lady Rebels led, 23-18. 

Gleason took over in the third, outscoring McKenzie, 19-5. Ja. Green scored six on a pair of threes, and Nichols added five points. Jo. Green had four, including another three, and Kelsey Borneman and Darby Reed each had a pair. Nelson and Carissa Britt each had a pair for the Lady Rebels, and Comer hit a free throw. Entering the final frame, the Lady Bulldogs led, 37-28. 

Gleason wrapped up the win with a quick, 7-4 fourth. McDonald scored three points, and Reed and Jo. Green each added a pair. S. Davis had two for McKenzie, and Nelson and Davis each hit a free throw. 

Lady Bulldog Lillian Nichols led all scorers with ten points. Jordyn Green scored nine, including a pair of threes. 

Anna Comer led McKenzie with eight points, including a three. Bailey Nelson and Jacey Davis each scored seven points. 

McKenzie had a 27-23 advantage on rebounds, led by Bailey Nelson with ten. Carissa Britt had seven boards. Lady Bulldog Jordyn Green also had ten rebounds. 

Rebels 84, Bulldogs 28 

McKenzie jumped ahead to an 18-9 lead after the first frame. Rebel Tyler King scored six points, and Brandon Baucum had five. Preston Henderson had four, and Mason King hit a three-pointer. Dawson Arnold had five for Gleason, and Lucio Solano scored four points. 

The Rebels really took off in the second, earning a 33-10 advantage in the quarter. Dajour Edmonson scored nine points, and Baucum had six. Lucas King and Bryce Wiggins scored four each, Henderson and Paul Watkins each hit a three, and M. King and T. King each added a pair. Bulldog Olen Reed scored six on a pair of threes, and Elijah Young had four points. At the half, McKenzie led, 51-19. 

The Rebel starters called it a night, and the bench outscored Gleason, 23-7, in the third. Chase Colotta scored nine, including a three, and Ben Austin had six points. L. King and Nate Whitsell each had four. Solano had all seven for the Bulldogs, including a three. Heading into the final frame, McKenzie led, 74-26.

McKenzie won a quick, 10-2 fourth. West Cook hit a three-pointer, and Noah Hawkins also scored three points. Whitsell and Micah Austin each had a pair. Reed had a pair of free throws for Gleason. 

A total of 14 Rebels had points, led by Brandon Baucum with eleven. Dajour Edmonson and Chase Colotta each scored nine, Colotta with a three. 

Lucio Solano led Gleason with nine points, including a three. Olen Reed had eight points.

McKenzie dominated the boards, 36-16, led by Tyler King with nine and Ben Austin with eight. Bulldog Olen Reed had five rebounds. Source: McKenzie Banner.

War Eagles, Lady Bulldogs Split Wins


 GLEASON (January 27) — The race for first place in District 13A may come down to the wire, but the Gleason girls continue to make a strong case for themselves in the final days of the regular season.

 After taking it on the chin to Dresden, the Lady Dawgs rebounded to take three straight district victories - the last of which was a 74-21 home-court triumph over West Carroll on Friday night. Several youngsters saw action on the court and were able to make fourth-quarter contributions. Now, it’s all a matter of playing five games in eight days to finish up the regular season. 

Green led the way against West Carroll with 19 points. Borneman scored nine and Mahlese McDonald had eight. The Lady Bulldog reserves contributed 24 points with Aubrey Wallace totaling seven of those. 

Gracie Cunningham was high scorer for the Lady War Eagles with seven. Three-pointers from Borneman and Green and two baskets in the paint from Darby Reed pushed Gleason to a 10-2 start. 

Cunningham and Deidre Clark led West Carroll back to within a bucket, 11-9, but Jordyn Greene and Shelbie Burton came off the bench to spark the Lady Dawgs to a 16-11 lead at the end of one quarter.  

In the second quarter, Macey Cunningham scored all four of the visitors’ points in the period as Green had 10 of Gleason’s 24. At halftime, the Lady Dawgs’ lead had grown to 40-15.  

Gleason added 22 points to lead West Carroll at the start of the final frame, 62-15. With a running clock in the fourth period, Gleason reserves Kenady Atkins and Ally Spain hit three-pointers and Wallace, Alexis Anderson and Keicha Shafer had baskets to make the final score 74-21. 

West Carroll 70, Gleason 42 (Boys) 

Gleason used a hot start and a cold War Eagle beginning to make it an even first quarter, but the visitors eventually found the range and overpowered the Dawgs.

Chase Nash led West Carroll with 24 points. Jack Johnson scored 20. 

Lucio Solano had 17 for Gleason and Olen Reed contributed 10. Solano and Dawson Arnold powered Gleason to a 6-0 start as the War Eagles struggled to get going. At the 3:05 mark, however, Nash scored for the visitors and led an 8-0 run to put WC up by a pair. Solano hit a runner just before the quarter’s end, however, and the first frame ended in a tie at eight.  

The War Eagles came alive in the second. With seven points each from Nash and Johnson, West Carroll used a 25-point quarter to lead 33-15 at halftime.  

Johnson and Nash led the way again in the third with 13 and nine points, respectively. Outscoring Gleason 24-15, West Carroll increased the lead to 57-30 after three quarters of play. 

In the fourth quarter, scoring slowed down for the visitors, but with a 13-12 advantage, it was more than enough for the War Eagles to close out its 70-42 win. Source: McKenzie Banner.

Past, Present Lady Dawgs Celebrate win vs. G’field


Dresden Enterprise

Gleason’s girls made their predecessors happy on Friday evening.

On a night when the 1992 and 2007 Class A state champion squads reunited to celebrate their pass success, the Lady Bulldogs offered a present one with a 57-50 besting of Greenfield in a non-district contest.

In the nightcap, the Greenfield boys snapped a five-game losing streak with a 76-54 triumph over Gleason.

The girls’ game was hotly contested with a total of nine lead changes and nine ties over the course of the contest.

Gleason closed the third quarter with a four-point swing when Jordyn Greene offered a stickback at the buzzer after a Lady Bulldog miss moments earlier. Greene’s rebound had the Greenfield side of the floor thinking an over the back foul had been committed, while the Gleason side believed it to be a clean play.

On the floor, it was ruled as two points for Gleason. As the two teams went to their huddles, the Lady Yellowjacket bench was issued a technical for its disputing of the call.

Lady Bulldog Jayden Green made both of the technical free throw attempts to give Gleason a 44-38 lead after three quarters.

“We got a big four-point swing in our favor with a stick back and two free throws at the end of the third quarter,” said Lady Bulldog head coach Sean Stephenson, who was coaching with a heavy heart after the loss of his grandfather days earlier. “I didn’t see how the technical went down. I was in the timeout or headed that way. We just persevered and made a play. We hadn’t had a stick back until that point. Jordyn made a play and we were fortunate to get the free throws. With the lead, we were able to dictate the tempo in the fourth quarter.”

With the triumph, the Lady Bulldogs improved to 16-3, while Greenfield fell to 15-2 with both of its losses being to Gleason.

Both programs played on Tuesday night with Gleason at home against Big Sandy. Greenfield traveled to Bradford the same evening.

Gleason goes to Bruceton on Friday. Greenfield hosts Trenton the same evening.

Gleason 57, G’field 50 (G)

With a six-point (44-38) advantage as the fourth quarter started, the Lady Bulldogs added to their cushion when Lillian Nichols made a pair of free throws. Yet, Greenfield answered with a Tess Darby deuce.

As Gleason had done so many times during its state championship runs, the Lady Bulldogs chewed over a minute off the clock during their next possession before Nichols was sent to the free throw line. Nichols made the first of her two charity tosses to put Gleason ahead by a 47-40 count with 4:36 remaining in the game. Darby – who scored a game high 27 points – drained a three a little under a minute later to make it a two-possession and four-point contest.

However, Nichols was fouled the next trip down and made a pair of free throws nine seconds later to stretch the Lady Bulldogs’ lead to six points. Later, a Jayden Green free throw after Mahlese McDonald grabbed her own rebound after missing the front end of a oneand-one resulted in a 50-43 Gleason lead.

Lady Yellowjacket Chloe Moore offered a basket to cut into the Lady Bulldogs cushion, but senior Kelsey Borneman answered with a pair of free throws.

Ultimately, Moore made a three-pointer with 33 seconds to play to pull Greenfield within four points – down 54-50.

On the other end as the Lady Yellowjackets tried to trade foul shots for possessions, Nichols was clutch at the charity stripe, making a pair of free throws to give Gleason a six-point lead.

Later and after a Green steal, McDonald made the second of a pair of charity tosses with around 10 seconds to play to seal the triumph.

Aside from Darby, Greenfield – without usual starter Bentley Gordon (knee injury) – had Moore with 18 tallies.

Nichols was Gleason’s leading point lady with 19. Jayden Green offered a dozen tallies, while Jordyn Greene (no relation) contributed 10. McDonald and Borneman each finished with six points apiece.

G’field 76, Gleason 54 (B)

After having faced and fell to the current top four of District 14A (Halls, Union City, Humboldt and Gibson County) during its five-game losing streak, Greenfield was happy to see opposition on an equal playing field.

“It’s the cards we’ve been dealt in our district, but when you get the chance to get a win, you try your best to do so,” Yellowjacket head coach Chad Levister said after the victory. “We’re getting better in the district we play in and trying to compete. I think we did that against South Fulton (on Jan. 3), but we didn’t last night at Halls. I’m proud of the guys to come out tonight, refocus and get a win.”

Leading scorer Levi Dees (27 points) offered a dozen points in the first quarter including back-to-back buckets to open the game. Greenfield’s Jackson Crouse followed Dees’ first two scores with a three to give the visiting team a 7-0 lead.

However, Gleason fought back and pulled within a deuce after a Lucio Solano three pointer.

Later, Dees added a pair of free throws to his total while starting a 9-4 Greenfield flurry which Yellowjacket Joshua Floyd concluded with a pair of free throws to result in a 16-9 G’field advantage. The two teams were almost even for the remainder of the first quarter with Greenfield exiting the first period with a 26-17 cushion.

Gleason had a slim advantage in the scoring department during the second period, besting the Yellowjackets 16-15 in the frame behind seven points by Solano. Dees continued to guide Greenfield in period No. 2 with 11 tallies in the frame. The Yellowjackets led 41-33 at halftime.

Floyd came on strong in the third quarter with eight points, while Crouse added five tallies off a bucket and a three pointer.

 Overall, Greenfield added to its lead during the third period with a 20-11 bettering of Gleason in the frame. The Yellowjackets carried a 61-44 lead into the final frame.

In the fourth quarter, Greenfield held a 15-10 advantage in the scoring department to close out the triumph.

Aside from Dees, the Yellowjackets’ other notable scorers were Crouse with 13 points, Keaton Cook with eight tallies and Kamron Shane with six.

Solano, who fouled out, topped the Bulldog scorebook with 17. Gleason’s Olen Reed added 14 – 11 in the second half – while Dawson Arnold contributed 11 and Peyton Stigall added six. Source: Dresden Enterprise.

Lady Dawgs Down Rebs; McKenzie Downs Dawgs



McKenzie fans made the short trip to Tater Town on Thursday night for a pair of District 13A basketball contests as harmless flurries fell in the area, a precursor to the Friday morning blanket of white that would postpone some key games across the region.

The Lady Bulldogs established a big lead in the first half and held the Lady Rebels at bay down the stretch for a 65-42 win.

In the nightcap, the Rebels returned the favor by routing the Bulldogs, 79-39.

Gleason 65, McKenzie 42 (G)

Gleason set the tone in the opening frame, outscoring McKenzie, 19-6. Lady Bulldog Lillian Nichols scored six points. Jayden Green and Kelsey Borneman each had five, each including a three-pointer, and Kenady Atkins also hit a three. Lady Rebel Anna Comer scored four points, and Jacey Davis had a pair.

The margin widened as the Lady Bulldogs owned the second quarter, 23-11. Borneman scored six, including another threepointer, and Shelbie Burton had four. Green and Alexis Anderson each hit a three, and Darby Reed also scored three points. Nichols and Ally Spain each had a pair of free throws. Comer scored seven, including a three-pointer, and Bailey Nelson and Carissa Britt each had a pair. At the half, Gleason led, 42-17.

The Lady Bulldogs edged McKenzie in the third, 15-14. Green and Mahlese McDonald each scored four points, Reed hit a three-pointer, and Spain and Atkins each added a pair. Lady Rebel Camille Travis had six points on a pair of threes, and Nelson, Comer, Britt and Shelby Butler each scored two points. Entering the final frame, the Lady Bulldogs led, 57-31.

McKenzie closed the gap slightly with an 11-8 advantage in the fourth. Nelson scored six points, Butler hit a three, and Shelby Davis hit a pair of free throws. Nichols, Burton, Spain and Veronica Rosa each had two points.

Lady Rebel Anna Comer led all scorers with 13 points, including a three-pointer. Bailey Nelson had ten points.

Jayden Green led Gleason in the victory with a dozen, including a pair of threes. Kelsey Borneman had eleven, also with a pair of threes, and Lillian Nichols scored ten points.

McKenzie 79, Gleason 39

McKenzie started the nightcap on an offensive tear, outscoring Gleason 21-9 in the first frame. Rebel Brandon Baucum exploded for 14 points, including a three-pointer. Lucas King scored three, and Dajour Edmunson and Tyler King each had a pair. Bulldog Payton Stigall scored six, including a three. Lucio Solano had a pair, and Nick Oatsvall hit a free throw.

The Rebels pressed the advantage with a 22-15 margin in the second quarter. Baucum scored ten more points, and Edmunson had five, including a three. Preston Henderson also hit a three, and T. King and Paul Watkins added a pair each. Solano scored seven for Gleason, including a three. Dawson Arnold had four points, including a three-pointer. Elijah Young had three points, and Hart McKenzie hit a free throw. At the half, McKenzie led, 43-24.

McKenzie won the third, 18-7, led by Edmunson and T. King with four points each. Henderson and Watkins each hit a three-pointer, and Baucum and L. King added a pair. Arnold hit another three for the Bulldogs, and Stigall and Olen Reed had two points each. Heading into the final frame, the Rebels led, 61-31.

Rebel Brandon Baucum led all scorers in the win with 26 points, including a three-pointer. Dajour Edmunson scored eleven, including a three. Payton Stigall led Gleason with a dozen, including a three. Lucio Solano scored eleven, including a three. Source: McKenzie Banner.

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