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Fountain paces Purple to win
Nov 29, 2006 12:00 am
HENDERSONVILLE — Watertown's boys used a Fountain of offense and defense to handle Hendersonville Christian 42-25 Monday night.
Junior point guard Aaron Fountain totaled 10 points (including a pair of three-pointers), eight assists, five steals, five rebounds and just two turnovers to pace the Purple Tigers to their triumph in four outings.
"Aaron had an overall good night," Watertown assistant coach T.J. Hewitt said. "This was probably his best night as far as running the offense.
"He makes all of the offensive calls and adjustments and defensive calls and adjustments."
The Tigers, who suffered a 30-point Senior Night setback to the Crusaders last February, pounced to a 12-7 first-quarter lead and were up 23-12 going into halftime. Watertown used a 10-4 third quarter to put the hosts away.
Justin Breece and Ben Smith scored seven points apiece for the Purple while Victor Loza finished with five, Levi Tschaekofske four, Dalton Phillips three and Jonathan Harrison, James Shrum and Zack Neal two apiece.
"It was a good team effort," Hewitt said.
The Tigers will open their District 8-A schedule tonight when Westmoreland visits Watertown.
Balanced Tigerettes overthrow Crusaders
HENDERSONVILLE — Watertown's girls used a balanced attack to take down Hendersonville Christian 49-31 Monday night.
Center Miaushia Thompson tossed in 22 points from the post while Brittnee Sells threw in three 3-pointers for her nine and Sarah Reeder scored six on a pair of triples as the Tigerettes moved to 2-1.
Laura Clark, Sarah Page and Amanda Montgomery each finished with four points for the Tigerettes, who led 15-9 following the first quarter, 24-18 at halftime and 36-26 through three periods.
Rayna Humphrees fired in 15 points for the Crusaders.
The Tigerettes will open their District 8-A schedule tonight when Westmoreland comes in for a 6:30 p.m. tipoff.