CFS teams look for wins in final games
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Christian Fellowship’s Eagles suffered four losses last week, two at home and two on a Friday-Saturday road trip, while the Lady Eagles dropped a pair of games.

The losses left both teams looking for their second victories of the season. The Eagles are 1-25, while the Lady Eagles are 1-9.

Each team has one game in the final week of the regular season. The Lady Eagles were scheduled to play at Trigg County on Monday while the Eagles are at home to Dawson Springs on Thursday.

Dawson Springs won 55-45 on their home floor Jan. 18.

Both the girls and boys teams will meet Heritage Academy of Florence in the Kentucky Christian Athletic Conference state tournament Friday. The boys play at 8 p.m. No time has been listed for the girls game, nor have other bracket opponents been released.

Trinity 50, CFS 31

Senior center Andy Smith had 12 points in a losing effort Saturday at Whitesville.

Zach Boehmann had 11 and Luke Johnson 10 for the Raiders, of the Third Region in southeastern Daviess County.

CFS 9 20 25 31

Trinity 14 31 43 50

CFS: Eric Teodozow 8, Joe Paul Dean 9, Trevor Pruitt, Andy Smith 12, Charlie Powell, Nick Gillespie, Sam Dean 2, Daniel Sassaman

TRINITY: Blake Knott 3, Luke Johnson 10, Max Lanham 2, Zach Boehmann 11, Max Bickett 3, Jon Mills 5, Sam Howard 5, Bob Mattingly 6, Nathaniel Mills 3, Drew Mills 2, Dalton Payne, Logan Goetz, Allen Howe

Evangel 68, CFS 45

The Eagles fell into an early hole on Friday at Louisville and were never able to overcome the disadvantage, even though the second-half defense by CFS was much tougher, coach Billy Hodge said.

Senior forward Eric Teodozow led the Eagles with 21 points. Joe Paul Dean added 11. Micah Sullenger took game scoring honors with 23.

CFS 7 18 30 45

Evangel 18 40 56 68

CFS: Eric Teodozow 21, Joe Paul Dean 11, Sam Dean 9, Charlie Powell 2, Daniel Sassaman 2, Andy Smith, Nick Gillespie

EVANGEL: Abram Brinley 4, Justin Smith 6, Micah Sullenger 23, Matt Gabbard 11, Trenton Bain 4, Farren Gailvan 3, Jeff Montgomery 4, Noah Fuller 6, Noah Miller 7, Justin Metheny

St. Mry 86, CFS 23

A potent St. Mary team rolled to an easy win Tuesday at Briensburg. The Vikings played without 21-points-per-game scorer Patrick Hubert, who was injured, but had plenty of firepower.

Davis Sims and Aeman Hannah each scored 17 points, Wes Averill added 12, Peyton Smith 11 and Jacob Zakutney 10.

Eric Teodozow was the only Eagle in double figures with 13.

St. Mary 13 44 61 86

CFS 8 15 19 23

ST.MARY: Davis Sims 17, Harrison Dickens 7, Mason Vaughn 2, Wes Averill 12, Aeman Hannan 17, Jacob Zakutney 10, Austin Hubert 3, Tyler Dome 7, Peyton Smith 11

CFS: Eric Teodozow 13, Joe Paul Dean 6, Andy Smith 2, Sam Dean 2, Charlie Powell, Daniel Sassaman, Will Na, Joh Robert Ward, Matt Lewis, Nick Gillespie, Matt Fleming

CCA 53, CFS 26

Community Christian Academy completed a sweep of home-and-home games Monday at Briensburg.

The Warriors held CFS to three points in the first and third periods, as the Eagles managed only nine of 42 field goals.

“A very cold shooting night,” coach Billy Hodge said. “Several good shots just would not fall. CCA seemed to have every shot fall.”

The Warriors did hit more than 50 percent, making 20 of 39 shots.

Eric Teodozow was held to six points, far below his 15.7 average, but still was the leading scorer for CFS. The 6-2 senior pulled down 11 rebounds.

Tanner Schroeder led CCA with 18.

CCA 14 24 35 53

CFS 3 11 14 26

CCA: Tanner Schroeder 18, Thomas Wade 13, Cole Smith 7, Tineal Robinson 4, Brade Smith 4, Hunter Rommelman 3, Marcus Rommelman 3, Josh Gray 1, Jonathan Wingfield, Adam Sims, Jacob Bridges

CFS: Eric Teodozow 6, Andy Smith 4, Joe Paul Dean 3, Daniel Sassaman 3, John Robert Ward 3, Matt Lewis 2, Sam Dean 2, Nick Gillespie 2, Matt Fleming 1, Will Na, Charlie Powell

Trinity 60,

CFS 28 (girls)

Sixth-grader Emily Bridges hit fired in 15 points, including a trio of three-point baskets, but the Lady Eagles were overcome Saturday at Whitesville.

Kelsey Armes had 14 to lead a balanced attack by Trinity.

CFS 5 11 19 26

Trinity 20 29 49 60

CFS: Amber Shelley 9, Emily Bridges 15, Lydia Powell, Sung Kim, Sunny Lim 2, Tristen Sanders, Rachel Howard

TRINITY: Jamie Mattingly 11, Hannah Armes 4, Kirsten Beatly 7, Liza Howard 11, Kelsey Armes 14, Dallas Tomblinson 7, Lexi Kaelin 4, Laurie Boyke 2

CCA 44,

CFS 17 (girls)

CFS’s Amber Shelley was the only player in double figures Monday at Briensburg, taking game honors with 10 points. But a balanced attack by CCA provided plenty of help to Tori DeJarnett, who had eight points.

CCA 16 27 33 44

CFS 4 9 16 17

CCA: Tori DeJarnett 8, Lyndsey Meadows 7, Lexi Ruby 7, Payton Carter 6, Audrey Peyton 6, Vessie Hunt 4, Alli Clinard 4, Emma Clinard 2, Millie Wade, McKenzie Boget, Madeline Downs

CFS: Amber Shelley 10, Emily Bridges 2, Sunny Lim 3, Song Kim 2, Tristen Sanders, Rachel Howard
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