Creek cruises to non-district wins

Sophomore Jack Bell and the Cougars defeated FCCS Friday night at the Brickhouse. (Photo by Darrell James)

Cougars 63, FCCS 19

Three Cougars scored in double figures Friday night as Cedar Creek ran away from Family Community Christian School 63-19 at the Brickhouse

Davis Walsworth scored 16 points, Carter Hill added 14 and Jack Echols 12 as the Cougars (11-12) picked up the non-district win on Senior Night.

Echols hit a trio of three-pointers and Walsworth added two more in the opening quarter as the Cougars raced out to a 21-5 advantage against the Class C opponent. The onslaught continued in the second quarter as Walsworth scored eight more points to help the Cougars extend their lead to 40-16 at the half.

Hill lead the way in the third quarter with eight points as the Cougars defense held FCCS without a made field goal in both the third and fourth quarters. FCCS’ only points following halftime came via three made free throws.

Connor Johnson added six points, while Luke Waldron and Connor Norris each scored five points in the win.

Creek hosts St. Frederick Tuesday at 7 p.m.


Lady Cougars 55, FCCS 13

Lizzie McAdams connected on a career-high six three-pointers to lift the Lady Cougars (19-5) to a 55-13 win over Family Community Christian School at the Brickhouse.

McAdams hit a pair of three-pointers in the first, second and third quarters as Creek built a double digit lead in the opening minutes of the game and never looked back in picking up the non-district win on Senior Night.

Allie Furr added 12 points (all in the first half) and Mallory Smith scored seven points and Lillian Soto six points in the victory.

The Lady Cougars raced out to a 22-5 advantage in the opening eight minutes of play and then extended the advantage to 40-7 at halftime. Furr and McAdams combined for 16 of the 18 points for Creek in the second quarter.

Head coach Gene Vandenlangenberg utilized his reserves for much of the second half as the Lady Cougars outscored FCCS 15-6 over the final two quarters of action.

Cedar Creek hosts St. Frederick Tuesday night with a 6 p.m. tip-off.

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