2019 Rhea County Youth Basketball Season Ends

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The yellow jackets head down court in their game against Dayton City School team in youth basketball tournament game during the 2018-19 youth league action.(Photo:GaryBolden/RheaReview)

Season Ends with Tournament Winning Red Dogs and Frazier

January 2019

Evensville, TN — The 2018-19 Rhea County High School youth basketball season came to and end with end of season tournament won by the Red Dogs (4th-5th grade) and Frazier (2nd-3rd grade) on January 26 at Rhea County High School. The Yellow Jackets finished second in 2nd/3rd grade league and Rhea Central finished second in the 4th/5th grade division. Coach Keila Formont did a great job of organizing the league as 141 players participated in the league held in December and January. There were 5 2nd/3rd grade teams and 7 4th/5th grade teams.

Players from the Rhea County High School boys’ and girls’ basketball teams and other volunteers handled the refereeing, clock and concessions during the six weeks the league was in operation. Rhea County High School boys’ coach Daniel Curtis also helped with the league. The rosters of the two winning teams and they runner up teams in the post season tournament are listed below.

Red Dogs Roster: Coach Hope Roberts:

TylerLee
CalebHouston
KaidenRector
MatthewWalker
RobertRange
JennaBurchard
BradenWatson
KalebSniffen
BradyWilliams
BrysonMcCLendon
JaciSwafford

Yellow Jackets Roster: Coach Bill Chattin:

AshtonBell
ZacharyHennessee
DylanHenderson
BellaMarler
MackChattin
LucasHarrison
LandreeBrown
RileyBlackstone
SkyYoung
PresleyBradshaw

Frazier Roster: Coach Jeremy Fitzgerald:

SpencerCampbell
JacksonSmith
HunterGore
ChristianBerry
GavinMiller
BaylorWilkey
MaKoyJanow
TemperanceDavidson
EllaHicks
DravenAnderson
AJShaver
AsherPeppers
JaydenFitzgerald

Rhea Central Roster: Coach Brad James:

ZacharyHardin
EthanHall
AlijahBaxter
EzekielRomero
KeeliWilson
SamanthaVillagonza
CorbinElsea
AidenWilkerson
LukasBrown
BlakeJames
AnsleyBreeding
KyannaMartin
ChelseaLevi
DakodaSherrill

Keila Formont indicated was very pleased with the league this year and is hoping even more players attend next years league, which gives local youth an opportunity to learn, play and have fun.

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