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Memphis Select | February 25, 11am-1pm, Registration starts at 10:30am | 4th and 5th grade | Location: Lausanne Collegiate School 1381 West Massey, 38120 | Contact: Pam Pointer 901-270-0608, Curtis Jones 901-406-9737

Location Change -- Memphis Future Stars | February 26 | 5, 6, 7th graders | 5th (3pm-4pm); 6/7th (4pm-5pm) | Location: Fairley High School 4950 Fairley Rd, 38109 | Contact: Coach Price - memphisfutures1@comcast.net

Memphis Select | March 11, 11am-2pm, Registration starts at 10:30am | 9, 10, 11th grade | Location: Lausanne Collegiate School 1381 West Massey, 38120 | Contact: Ruberto Lawson 901-262-8531, Curtis Jones 901-406-9737

Team Slink | March 11 12pm-4pm | Location: McFarland Community Center 4955 Cottonwood, 38118 | Contact: John McGraw 646-773-5699

Memphis Future Stars | March 25 | 9th graders | Time: TBA | Location: Ridgeway Baptist Church 2500 Ridgeway Rd, 38119 | Contact: Coach Price - memphisfutures1@comcast.net

Saturday, February 28, 2009

Lauren Avant repeat Miss Basketball

story and image from Commercial Appeal

Lauren Avant was in no mood Friday night to celebrate her selection as Division 2-A's Miss Basketball for a second straight season.

With her Lausanne basketball team having just dropped a 42-39 decision to Bishop Byrne in the D2-A girls title game at Lipscomb University's Allen Arena, Avant was anything but overwhelmed after receiving the award.
Lauren Avant

It's nice," said Avant, a 5-9 junior point guard and Tennessee commitment who averaged 15.2 points, 5.7 rebounds, four assists and five steals per game this season for the Lady Lynx (30-4).

"I'd rather have that state (trophy) more, but, I mean, it's nice. Being recognized is cool, I guess."

Avant was chosen for the award over Harding Academy junior guard Alex Black (14.8 ppg) and St. Andrew's-Sewanee sophomore post Jodie Brown (17.7 ppg, 10.6 rpg).

Central win over Houston

Before Friday’s Region 8-AAA girls’ quarterfinal was a minute old, Central had already run up a 6-0 lead on Houston. The Lady Warriors pulled down a rebound, dished a couple of assists, racked up one steal, and would’ve had a second and another basket if an official’s whistle hadn’t blown.

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Jasmine Robinson's game-winner lifts Overton over Fairley

The latest basketball evaluation for Overton's Jasmine Robinson on ESPN’s website reads something like this: “It’s obvious that the Memphis Lady Bobcats star has the skills and savvy to make big time plays against top notch opposition.”

Robinson had gained such national recognition because of the leadership qualities and skills she demonstrated while playing AAU ball last summer. Judging by her late heroics Friday night against Fairley in the quarterfinals of the TSSAA Region 8-AAA tournament, it safe to say these qualities still very much exist.

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Girls Basketball Scores for February 27, 2009

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Friday, February 27, 2009

Patosha Jeffery's Spring Show Off Camp Preview

Patosha takes you behind the scene to get a look at the creation of the logo for her Spring Show Off Camp. The camp is an NCAA Certified event for 8th graders up to unsigned seniors. College coaches will be at this event. It will be held on April 18, 2009 in Memphis, TN. More information can be found at GirlsBasketballExposure.com

Bishop Byrne shocks Lausanne

from Commercial Appeal

In a huge shocker, the Red Knights of Bishop Byrne upset defending D2-A girls state champ Lausanne, 42-39, in tonight's championship game at David Lipscomb University in Nashville.

Lausanne had defeated Bishop Byrne three times this season by an average of 20 points.

Rachaal Clayton led the Red Knights with 11 points, while tournament MVP Brittany Walls and Brittany Morgan each added 10.

Monica Miller led Lausanne with 21 points. Lauren Avant, named Miss Basketball for the second time after the championship game, was only 2-of-14 from the field and finished with 6 points.

All Tournament Team: Alle Logan (Harding Academy), Erin Riley (Lausanne), Rachaal Clayton (Bishop Byrne), Lauren Avant (Lausanne), Monica Miller (Lausanne), Brittany Morgan (Bishop Byrne), Brittany Walls (Bishop Byrne) *MVP

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Thursday, February 26, 2009

Regional Brackets

Brackets are being updated with winners from Friday, February 27, 2009

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St. Benedict loses in Semi Final

from Commercial Appeal

St. Benedict only trailed 26-24 at halftime, but Nashville Ensworth pulled away in the second half of the Division 2-AA state basketball semifinal in Nashville and got the 67-51 win over the Lady Eagles.

SBA got within nine points at 56-47 with 5:01 left in the game, but the Lady Tigers hit enough free throws the final five minutes to keep St. Benedict from getting any closer.

Senior Brittany Taylor led the Lady Eagles with 14 points and sophomore Ashley Magnifico added 10.

Ensworth (67) -- Jamie Allsmiller 14, Candace Lawrence 1, Kyara Byner 6, Brandi Byner 2, Marie Carpenter 18, Nakia Lang 4, Emily Perkins 17, Justice Sweat 4, MacKinnon Morrissey 1.

St. Benedict (51) -- Symone Daniels 8, Julie Eckel 4, Sara Ann Jeffrey 2, Ashley Magnifico 10, Elaina McCracken 4, Lindsey Pratt 7, Brittany Taylor 14, Megan Van Eaton 2.

Ensworth / 11 / 15 / 23 / 18 / -- / 67 /

St. Benedict / 10 / 14 / 14 / 13 / -- / 51 /

Records -- Ensworth 23-5, St. Benedict 23-8.

Girls Basketball Scores for February 25, 2009

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Millington Blows Out Bartlett

Looking to avoid a repeat of 2007, Jasmine Newsome scored a game-high 27 points on 8-of-11 shooting, helping top-seeded Millington roll over second-seeded Bartlett, 72-47, in the District 14-AAA girls tourney title game at Raleigh-Egypt.

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Wednesday, February 25, 2009

Lausanne wins at State

from Commercial Appeal

The defending girls Division 2-A state champion Lausanne Lynx jumped out to a 36-16 halftime lead and coasted to the 71-59 win over Harding in tonight's girls semifinal at the Division 2-A state championships in Nashville.

All five of Lausanne's starters scored in double figures. Breana Williams and Jessica Green both had a team-high 14 points, while Monica Miller added 13, Lauren Avant 12 and Erin Riley 11.

Allie Logan led Harding with a game-high 20 points.

Lausanne will play Bishop Byrne in Friday's state championship. The teams have met three times this season with Lausanne (30-3) handing Bishop Byrne (27-3) its only three losses.

Bishop Byrne wins at State

from Commercial Appeal

BISHOP BYRNE GIRLS 40, DAVIDSON ACADEMY 38

Bishop Byrne's Rachaal Clayton layup with 36 seconds left in the game gave the Lady Red Knights a 39-38 lead and Brittany Walls added a free throw with 10 seconds remaining to give Bishop Byrne a 40-38 win over Nashville's Davidson Academy in today's semifinal game at David Lipscomb University.

Davidson Academy's Alexandria Warfield had an opportunity to tie the game with no time left, but missed her first free throw.

Walls led the Lady Red Knights with 18 points on 7-of-11 shooting Clayton added 10 points.

Bishop Byrne led by as many as 12 points (15-3) in the first quarter, before Davidson tied the game at 23 early in the third quarter.

Bishop Byrne will play either Lausanne or Harding in Friday's 6 p.m. girls championship game. This is the first-time for Byrne to reach a state championship game in girls basketball.

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Memphis-Bound, Bilqis Abdul-Qaadir, tells her story to ESPN HoopGurlz



Abdul-Qaadir prays five times a day, sometimes breaking from class or practice, to do so. She fasts from sunrise to sunset during Ramadan. And when someone in the opposing rooting section yells, "terrorist," or some other derogatory at her, Blake calls a colleague in an effort to defuse and educate.

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Another National Ranking for Central

RivalsHigh.com released their Top 25 ranking today. Central is ranked 21st.

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Central Girls and Boys capture District

The No. 1-seeded Lady Warriors beat second-seeded Melrose, 60-54, Tuesday at Hamilton in the girls 16-AAA title game to earn their second district-tournament championship in as many seasons.

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Girls Basketball Scores for February 24, 2009

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Tuesday, February 24, 2009

BTW's twin towers lift Lady Warriors to 15-AAA title

Derek Hunter's cell phone features a mini-camera. He might as well use it.

That's just what the longtime Booker T. Washington coach did after Tuesday night's District 15-AA championship game against host Trezevant.

His Lady Warriors collected another postseason trophy, as senior 1-2 punch Jessica Brown and Daria Hester combined for 38 points in leading BTW to its third win this season against the Lady Bears, 50-36.

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NCAA Certified Event: Girls Basketball Exposure Camp Memphis, TN - April 18, 2009









8th graders up to Unsigned Seniors attend the Spring Show Off Camp April 18, 2009 in Memphis, TN

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Overton wins 15-AAA Title

Overton got its usual strong offensive game from junior Jasmine Robinson, several energy boosts from freshman Cortice Golden, and the Lady Wolverines cashed those tickets in for a second straight District 15-AAA title, defeating White Station, 49-41, Monday night at Southwind.

In the consolation game, Ridgeway rolled to a 14-point third-quarter lead and held off Houston, 61-52. All four teams advance to the Region 8 tournament, which begins this weekend at Wooddale.


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Girls Basketball Scores for February 23, 2009

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Saturday, February 21, 2009

D2 Sub State/District Tournament Schedule and Results

D2 State Pairings

Division 2-AA

GIRLS

Thursday

Noon -- Semifinal, Knoxville Webb vs. Chattanooga Baylor

1:30 p.m. -- Semifinal, St. Benedict vs. Nashville Ensworth

Saturday

8 p.m. -- Championship

Division 2-A

GIRLS

Wednesday

Noon -- Semifinal, Bishop Byrne vs. Nashville Davidson Academy

5:30 p.m. -- Semifinal, Lausanne vs. Harding Academy

Friday

6 p.m. -- Championship



DIVISION 1

District 13-AAA at Jackson Central-Merry

GIRLS

Saturday, Feb. 21

(1) Hardin County 77, (4) Munford 25

(2) Liberty 69, (3) Brighton 36

Monday, Feb. 23

Consolation, (3) Brighton 57, (4) Munford 30

Championship, (2) Liberty 45, (1) Hardin County 41

District 14-AAA tournament at Raleigh-Egypt

GIRLS

Saturday, Feb. 21

(3) Arlington 78, (6) Craigmont 60

(2) Bartlett 63, (7) Raleigh-Egypt 35

(5) Cordova 55, (4) Bolton 53

Monday, Feb. 23

6 p.m. -- (1) Millington 76, (5) Cordova 55

Tuesday, Feb. 24

(2) Bartlett 55, (3) Arlington 50

Wednesday, Feb. 25

6 p.m. -- Consolation, (5) Cordova vs. (3) Arlington

7:30 p.m. -- Championship, (1) Millington vs. (2) Bartlett

District 15-AAA tournament at Southwind

GIRLS

Saturday, Feb. 21

(1) Overton 60, (4) Ridgeway 59

(3) White Station 57, (2) Houston 43

Monday, Feb. 23

Consolation, (4) Ridgeway 61, (2) Houston 52

Championship, (1) Overton 49, (3) White Station 41

District 16-AAA tournament at Hamilton

GIRLS

Saturday, Feb. 21

(1) Central 68, (4) Fairley 39

Melrose 55, East 53

Monday, Feb. 23

5 p.m. -- Fairley vs East

Tuesday, Feb. 24

Championship, (1) Central 60, (2) Melrose 54

District 14-AA tournament at Fayette-Ware

GIRLS

Saturday, Feb. 21

(1) Jackson North Side 81, (4) Haywood 64

(2) Covington 80, (3) Fayette-Ware 65

Tuesday, Feb. 24

Consolation, (3) Fayette-Ware 66, (4) Haywood 65

Championship, (2) Covington 83, (1) Jackson North Side 77

District 15-AA tournament at Trezevant

GIRLS

Saturday, Feb. 21

(2) Trezevant 39, (3) Treadwell 29

(1) BTW 87, (5) Douglass 39

Monday, Feb. 23

Consolation, (3) Treadwell 59, (5) Douglass 45

Tuesday, Feb. 24

Championship, (1) BTW 50, (2) Trezevant 36

District 16-AA tournament at Hillcrest

GIRLS

Saturday, Feb. 21

(1) Mitchell 51, (4) Oakhaven 33

Monday, Feb. 23

Consolation, (4) Oakhaven 52, (3) Sheffield 41

Tuesday, Feb. 24

Championship, (1) Mitchell 69, (2) Hillcrest 40

District 16-A tournament at Manassas

GIRLS

Saturday, Feb. 14

(5) Middle College 47, (4) City University 44

Tuesday, Feb. 17

(1) Middleton 76, (5) Middle College 31

(3) Fayette Academy 52, (2) Manassas 51

Thursday, Feb. 19

Consolation, (2) Manassas 63, (5) Middle College 27

Championship, (1) Middleton 48, (3) Fayette Academy 46

St. Benedict Survives

Senior guard Brittany Taylor scored 14 points and sophomore forward Symone Daniels had 12 points and eight rebounds to lead St. Benedict (23-7), which advanced to its first D2 girls state tournament since 2005 after outscoring BA, 26-14, in the fourth quarter.

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Girls Basketball Scores for February 20, 2009

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Friday, February 20, 2009

Central vs Overton City Championship Report - January 19, 2009




WOW!

This was a very exciting game to experience.. And what an experience it was. The gym was packed with fans, players and college coaches.

The game started with a block by Overton's Charisma Tyson. Then the nerves and excitement of both teams were displayed with several unforced turn overs. The game was tied 4 up until Central broke it open with a 10-0 run. With 17 seconds remaining in the 1st quarter, Cortrice "Big Baby" Golden had an 'And 1' situation to end the quarter with a score of 14-7.

Overton went on a run of their own in the second quarter, outscoring Central 18-9. During the run Overton had some key steals and three pointers by Orlandria Williams and Cornelia Fondren. Overton took the lead into half time 25-23.

Both teams came out of half time committing consecutive turnovers. Then Overton continued their momentum into a 9 point lead. That's when Diaper Dandy Danielle Ballard took over for Central. She was rebounding, creating situations with assists, scoring and stealing the ball. At the end of the third quarter Central was down only two points 45-43.

The fourth quarter was a dog fight, a battle of heart and will. Central reclaimed the lead and within the 2 minute mark they began the INFAMOUS MEMPHIS STALL. Overton was forced to foul and Central connected. Erica Burgess was 4 for 5 from the line and Jamila Ajanaku was 2 for 2. Central won 65-59.

The player of the game was Jasmine Taylor with 20 points, 5 rebounds, 2 steals. Central also got 17 points form Aaliyah Whiteside and 15 points, 10 rebounds, 5 steals and 1 block from Danielle Ballard.

Overton was lead by Jasmine Robinson with 21 points, 5 rebounds, 3 steals; Orlandria Williams 13 points, 3 rebounds, 1 steal, and Charisma Tyson 11 points, 3 rebounds, 1 block

Girls Basketball Scores for February 19, 2009

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BTW wins 2 straight City Championship




from Commercial Appeal

Booker T. Washington girls basketball coach Derek Hunter discovered some newfound unity in his team Thursday, a quality he hopes he could help lead his Lady Warriors all the way to Murfreesboro and a spot in the Class AA tournament.

Moments after Washington edged Mitchell, 50-49, at White Station High to claim its second consecutive MIAA City Championship and Hunter's ninth overall, Lady Warrior senior forward Daria Hester was named the game's Most Outstanding Player following her 18-point performance. However, since senior forward Monique Ingram did what Hunter called the "little things" against the Lady Tigers (13-9), Hester felt it was necessary that she give Ingram the MOP plaque. Ingram scored 11 points, including some key free throws late in the game, and came up with a number of key steals and crucial rebounds.

"I think that's how you can win a state championship," Hunter said of Hester's selfless deed. "When you have kids who loved each other like that, there's no telling how far you can go."

Senior forward Jessica Brown added 16 points for Washington, ranked No. 12 in the Dandy Dozen. Mitchell was led by Teneir Mathis' 15 points.

Central Captures City Championship





from Commercial Appeal

(1) Central 65, (4) Overton 59: Freshman phenom Danielle Ballard scored 11 of her 14 points in the third quarter and Arkansas State signee Jasmine Taylor tacked on a team-high 20 points to help the Lady Warriors (26-1) rally from an eight-point third-quarter hole against Overton.

Taylor was named the game's most outstanding player for a Central squad that won its 16th straight game while earning its first girls city title since 1993.

"We've been taking it all year. It's just not been as intense, and that's good for us," Central coach Niki Bray said. "Overton did a great job. (Lady Wolverines coach Jamie Rosser) has got a great team and he's done a really good job with them."

Jasmine Robinson's 21 points led Overton (20-6), which led, 41-33, with 2:49 left in the third before Ballard and Co. cut Overton's lead to 45-43 after three.

Wednesday, February 18, 2009

Memphis Lady Tiger Final Home Games

The University of Memphis Lady Tigers will be hosting their final 2 home games this weekend.

Friday, February 20, 2009 vs East Carolina at 7 pm at the Field house. “Pink Zone” breast cancer awareness game as well as “Bring a kid to the game.”

Sunday, February 22, 2009 vs Marshall at 2 PM at the Field house. “Senior Night” as well as “Black History Month Game.”

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AAU Tryout Dates

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March 8 & 15
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Memphis Select Lady Tigers: 9TH & 10TH GRADE EXPOSURE TEAM TRYOUT
Second Presbyterian Church
10:30 Registration
11am to 1pm Workout
MARCH 7, 2009

10U – 13U
Sherwood Middle School
February 21, 2009

10U (Born on or after Jan. 1, 1998 or 5TH
GRADER BORN ON OR AFTER JAN. 1, 1997 )
11AM TO 1230PM
11U (Born on or after Jan1,1997 or 6TH
GRADER BORN ON OR AFTER JAN.1,1996 )
1PM TO 230PM
12U (Born on or after Jan 1, 1996 or 7TH
GRADER BORN ON OR AFTER JAN.1,1995 )
3PM TO 430PM
13U (Born on or after Jan 1, 1995 or 8TH
GRADER BORN ON OR AFTER JAN 1, 1994)
5PM TO 630PM

Contact: Curtis Jone -901-406-9737

Team Idlewild Fury
FEBURARY 27, 2009
@ IDLEWILD PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH
GIRLS 14 and under
6pm-8pm

SUMMER TRYOUTS II @ HAMILTON HIGH SCHOOL, 1363 PERSON AVE. FEBRUARY 28, 2009, 9a.m.-2p.m. 15u-13u girls. 8th\9th10h grades

Contact:CHARLES MUHAMMAD 901-846-4832

Team Memphis Elite
14U Division/9th Grade Gym dates 2/24, 2/26, 3/3, 3/5 7:00-9:00 Ridgeway Baptist Church
Final Tryout date 3/6 6:00-8:00 Ridgeway Baptist Church

Contact Coach Jeff Little 901-277-1444

Tennessee Glory
2009 Tryout Schedule – Saturday, Feb. 21, 2009 (non HS athletes)
9U/4th grade, 10am to 12pm.
12U/7th grade, 12:30pm to 2:30pm. (6th graders can attend)
13U - 14U/8th & 9th grade, 2:30pm to 4:30pm.

Tryout Location
Shadowlawn Middle School
4734 Shadowlawn Road
Arlington, TN. 38002 Map It Directions (type in your address to get directions)

High School Athletes – Saturday, March 7, 2009 & Saturday, March 14, 2009
13U - 14U 8th/9th grade, 11pm - 1pm (2nd tryout session)
15U/10th grade, 1pm – 3pm
16U/11th grade, Jr. Exposure Team, 3pm – 5pm.

Location Address:
Capleville United Methodist Church
4725 Riverdale Road. (corner of Shelby Dr.)
Memphis, TN. 38141

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Central, Millington National Ranking Update

This week Millington remains at 19 and Central drops 1 spot to 37.

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Southeast Region Top 20
1. Oak Ridge (Tenn.), 25-2 (1)
2. Potter's House Christian (Jacksonville, Fla.), 29-2 (2)
3. Westlake (Atlanta), 22-1 (3)
4. Millington (Tenn.), 27-2 (4)
5. Butler (Matthews, N.C.), 23-1 (5)
6. Bob Jones (Madison, Ala.), 29-3 (6)
7. Riverdale Baptist (Upper Marlboro, Md.), 19-2 (7)
8. Lower Richland (Hopkins, S.C.), 21-1 (8)
9. Sparkman (Harvest, Ala.), 30-1 (9)
10. Memphis Central (Tenn.), 25-1 (10)
11. Wesleyan (Norcross, Ga.), 21-4 (11)
12. Eleanor Roosvelt (Greenbelt, Md.), 15-1 (13)
13. West Charlotte (Charlotte, N.C.), 20-3 (14)
14. East Mecklenburg (Charlotte, N.C.), 20-3 (15)
15. Fayette County (Fayetteville, Ga.), 24-0 (16)
16. Wilson Central (Lebanon, Tenn.), 23-3 (12)
17. H.D. Woodson (Washington, D.C.), 17-6 (17)
18. St. Francis Academy (Baltimore, Md.), 21-2 (18)
19. Murrah (Jackson, Miss.), 19-2 (19)
20. Parkview (Lilburn, Ga.), 24-1 (20)

Div 2 SubState - District Tournament Schedule

updated 2/20/09 11:10am

DIVISION 2-A


SUBSTATE

GIRLS

Friday, Feb. 20

St. George's at Nashville Davidson Academy, 6 p.m.

University School of Nashville at Bishop Byrne, 7 p.m.

Harding at St. Andrew's, 7 p.m.

SBEC at Lausanne, 7 p.m.

DIVISION 2-AA

SUBSTATE

GIRLS

Friday, Feb. 20

Chattanooga Baylor at Briarcrest, 7 p.m.

ECS at Nashville Ensworth, 7 p.m.

Brentwood Academy at St. Benedict, 6 or 7 p.m.

DIVISION 1

District 13-AAA at Jackson Central-Merry

GIRLS

Friday, Feb. 20

6 p.m. -- (4) Munford vs. (5) JCM

Saturday, Feb. 21

3 p.m. -- (1) Hardin County vs. Munford/JCM winner

4:30 p.m. -- (2) Liberty vs. (3) Brighton


Monday, Feb. 23

6 p.m. -- Consolation

7:30 p.m. -- Championship


District 14-AAA tournament at Raleigh-Egypt

GIRLS

Saturday, Feb. 21

Noon -- (3) Arlington vs. (6) Craigmont

3 p.m. -- (2) Bartlett vs. (7) Raleigh-Egypt

6 p.m. -- (4) Bolton vs. (5) Cordova

Monday, Feb. 23


6 p.m. -- Bartlett/RE winner vs. Arlington/Craigmont winner

7:30 p.m. -- (1) Millington vs. Bolton/Cordova winner

Wednesday, Feb. 25

6 p.m. -- Consolation

7:30 p.m. -- Championship


District 15-AAA tournament at Southwind


GIRLS

Friday, Feb. 20

(First round games at higher seeds)

Friday, Feb. 20

(8) Germantown or (9) Kirby at (1) Overton

(5) Southwind at (4) Ridgeway

(7) Wooddale at (2) Houston

(6) Collierville at (3) White Station

Saturday, Feb. 21

3 p.m. -- semifinals

4:30 p.m. -- semifinals

Monday, Feb. 23

6 p.m. -- consolation

7:30 p.m. -- championship

District 16-AAA tournament at Hamilton

GIRLS

Friday, Feb. 20

4 p.m. -- (3) East vs. (6) Northside at East

6 p.m. -- (1) Central vs. (8) Kingsbury at Central

6 p.m. -- (4) Fairley vs. (5) Hamilton at Fairley

6 p.m. -- (2) Melrose vs. (7) Whitehaven at Melrose

Saturday, Feb. 21

3 p.m. -- Semifinal

6 p.m. -- Semifinal

Monday, Feb. 23

5 p.m. -- Consolation

Tuesday, Feb. 24

5 p.m. -- Championship

District 14-AA tournament at Fayette-Ware


GIRLS

(4) Covington 49, (5) USJ 34

(3) Fayette-Ware vs. (6) Ripley

Friday, Feb. 20

6 p.m. -- (1) Haywood vs. (4) Covington

7:30 p.m. -- (2) Jackson North Side vs. FW/Ripley winner

Monday, Feb. 23

6 p.m. -- Consolation

7:30 p.m. -- Championship



District 15-AA tournament at Trezevant

GIRLS

Friday, Feb. 20

3 p.m. -- (3) Treadwell vs. (6) Frayser

4:30 p.m. -- (4) Carver vs. (5) Douglass

Saturday, Feb. 21

3 p.m. -- Treadwell/Frayser winner vs. (2) Trezevant

4:30 p.m. -- Carver/Douglass winner vs. (1) BTW

Monday, Feb. 23

6 p.m. -- Consolaton

Tuesday, Feb. 24

6 p.m. -- Championship

District 16-AA tournament at Hillcrest

GIRLS

Friday, Feb. 20

3 p.m. -- (4) Oakhaven vs. (5) Westwood

6 p.m. -- (2) Hillcrest vs. (3) Sheffield

Saturday, Feb. 21

4 p.m. -- (1) Mitchell vs. Oakhaven/Westwood

Monday, Feb. 23

4 p.m. -- Consolation

Tuesday, Feb. 24

6 p.m. -- Championship

District 16-A tournament at Manassas

GIRLS

Saturday, Feb. 14

(5) Middle College 47, (4) City University 44

Tuesday, Feb. 17

5 p.m. -- (1) Middleton 76, (5) Middle College 31

6:30 p.m. -- (3) Fayette Academy 52, (2) Manassas 51

Thursday, Feb. 19

6 p.m. -- Consolation, (2) Manassas vs. (5) Middle College

7:30 p.m. -- Championship, (1) Middleton vs. (3) Fayette Academy

TSSAA Miss Basketball Award finalists announced

Lauren Avant and Jasmine James are Miss Basketball finalist.

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Girls Basketball Scores for February 17, 2009

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Danielle Ballard, Aaliyah Whiteside - Some National Attention












Image by Chuck Lajeunesse/colliervillephoto.com

Central's Danielle Ballard and Aaliyah Whiteside were the headliner on ESPN Hoopgurlz website yesterday, February 17, 2009.

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Tuesday, February 17, 2009

Tennessee Prep Girls AP Rankings released February 16, 2009

TENNESSEE AP GIRLS

CLASS AAA

/ Record / Pts / Prv

1. Morristown West (4) / 25-1 / 139 / 2
2. Central (9) / 25-1 / 137 / 1
3. Oak Ridge (2) / 25-2 / 122 / 3
4. Hillsboro (1) / 24-1 / 113 / 4
5. Millington / 27-2 / 87 / 6
6. McGavock / 24-2 / 65 / 7
7. Clarksville / 24-2 / 46 / 8
7. Wilson Central / 23-4 / 46 / 5
9. Walker Valley / 25-3 / 30 / 10
10. Cocke County / 22-6 / 17 / 9
Others receiving 12 or more points: Tennessee 15, Riverdale 12.

CLASS AA

/ Record / Pts / Prv

1. Marshall County (13) / 26-0 / 155 / 1
2. Gibson County / 26-0 / 131 / 2
3. Upperman (1) / 27-1 / 125 / 3
4. McMinn Central (1) / 26-0 / 118 / 4
5. Station Camp / 22-5 / 68 / 6
6. Westview / 25-3 / 65 / 8
(tie) Obion County / 20-5 / 65 / 7
8. South Greene / 23-4 / 58 / 5
9. Polk County / 22-4 / 41 / 9
10. Chattanooga Christian / 23-4 / 33 / 10
Others receiving 12 or more points:

CLASS A

/ Record / Pts / Prv

1. Clarkrange (16) / 30-0 / 160 / 1
2. Wayne County / 24-4 / 125 / 2
3. Forrest / 23-3 / 123 / 4
4. Bradford / 21-6 / 95 / 5
5. Jackson County / 22-6 / 83 / 3
6. Chatt. Sch. For Arts / 22-2 / 73 / 8
7. Middle Tennessee Christian / 23-6 / 68 / 6
8. McEwen / 21-3 / 59 / 9
9. Oliver Springs / 18-8 / 34 / 10
10. Middleton / 20-4 / 21
Others receiving 12 or more points: North Greene 12.

DIVISION 2

/ Record / Pts / Prv

1. Knoxville Webb (7) / 19-2 / 142 / 2
2. Lausanne (8) / 27-3 / 141 / 1
3. Bishop Byrne / 23-3 / 114 / 3
4. St. Benedict / 21-7 / 97 / 4
5. Girls Prep / 17-5 / 85 / 5
6. Ensworth / 18-4 / 78 / 6
7. Briarcrest / 20-9 / 58 / 7
8. Davidson Academy / 17-4 / 55 / 8
9. Baylor / 14-10 / 30 / 9
10. Brentwood Academy / 14-10 / 17 / 10
Others receiving 12 or more points: None

Sunday, February 15, 2009

Girls Basketball Scores for February 14, 2009

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Lauren Avant leads Lausanne to West Region title

Lauren Avant doesn’t just dish out assists on the court. She also has the ability to hand them out off the court.

After leading Lausanne, the Associated Press’ top-ranked team to a 64-39 win against Bishop Byrne in the championship game of the Division 2-A West Region tournament at SBEC on Saturday, Avant earned the tourney’s Most Valuable Player and the All-Tournament MVP awards.

However, she felt she wasn’t deserving of the second plaque, passing the award to teammate Breana Williams, who finished with 15 points against the Lady Red Knights.

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Saturday, February 14, 2009

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Girls Basketball Scores for February 13, 2009

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Middle School Sectional Championship


Havenview Middle defeat Munford Middle 56-35.

Nina Davis scored 37 points and was awarded MVP.

St. Benedict vs Briarcrest D2AA Region Championship Report




This was the most physical game I have seen this season.

The headliner for the first quarter was Symone Daniels. She was a beast on the boards. She had 6 rebounds in the first 4:30 of the game helping St. Benedict out rebound Briarcrest 12-5 on the boards. End of first quarter score 13-6 St. Benedict.

Second quarter is when things got out of hand--Bad calls by the refs, players kicking players (oh that was the 1st quarter), bodies flying in the air, bodies hitting the floor, little boys jumping and falling in the stands. I should have kept a count of how many times someone fell, flipped, or was knocked on the floor. And free throws were terrible. Saint Benedict had 8 attempts and only made 1. However, Briacrest still could not capitalize. Briacrest could not buy a basket, missing layups, stick backs and easy shots on the block. End of second quarter 20-12 St. Benedict.

This is the best way I can describe the second half of the game.

TOs. TOs. TOs. FOULS. FOULS. FOULS. UGLY. UGLY. UGLY. LONG. LONG. LONG.

St. Benedict wins 52-40

Top Scorers

St. Benedict
Symone Daniels 13 points 12 rebounds
Megan Van Eaton 10
Sara Ann Jeffrey 10 points 5 rebounds

Briacrest
Amy Metcalfe 20 points

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Friday, February 13, 2009

popoTV: Episode 4

In this episode, Po Po talks about the Havenview-Germantown matchup in the Middle School Sectional Tournament including Ebony Hayes and Nina Davis, the City Championship and the upcoming AAU season.

Bilqis Abdul-Qaadir: Covered in Glory

image from Boston Globe















A fifth-year varsity player, Bilqis (pronounced BILL-KEACE) will attend the University of Memphis this fall on a full scholarship and will become the first player at a top tier Division 1 school to compete in full Muslim dress.

Her look has drawn some curiosity, and, at times, some taunts.

"Sometimes they yell out, 'Terrorist!' " said teammate Ashanti Miller. "She gets mad, but she doesn't lash out. I don't know how she handles it. She just takes it."

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Bishop Byrne girls advance to West Region finals

For Bishop Byrne’s girls, a game with Lausanne may be like climbing the mountain. But a game with Harding is rapidly becoming a trip through the foothills in a snowstorm.

The Lady Red Knights will get another crack at the summit Saturday, meeting Lausanne for the Division 2-A West Region basketball title at Southern Baptist Educational Center. But first, they had to survive a couple of mini-avalanches Thursday before edging stubborn Harding, 44-39, in the semifinals.

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Girls Basketball Scores for February 12, 2009




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Thursday, February 12, 2009

2009 WEST TENNESSEE FRESHMEN SECTIONAL TOURNAMENT CHAMPS

Overton defeated Whitehaven 46-38

District Tournament Sites

DISTRICT TOURNAMENTS

District 16A @ Manassas

District 15AA @ Trezevant

District 16AA @ Hillcrest

District 14AAA @ Raleigh-Egypt

District 15AAA @ Southwind

District 16AAA @ Hamilton

ESPN RISE Fab 50 Ranking February 11, 2009

This week Millington remains at 19 and Central drops 1 spot to 36.

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Southeast Region Top 20
1. Oak Ridge (Tenn.), 22-2 (1)
2. Potter's House Christian (Jacksonville, Fla.), 27-2 (2)
3. Westlake (Atlanta), 20-1 (3)
4. Millington (Tenn.), 26-2 (4)
5. Butler (Matthews, N.C.), 21-1 (6)
6. Bob Jones (Madison, Ala.), 28-3 (11)
7. Riverdale Baptist (Upper Marlboro, Md.), 16-2 (7)
8. Lower Richland (Hopkins, S.C.), 19-1 (8)
9. Sparkman (Harvest, Ala.), 29-1 (5)
10. Memphis Central (Tenn.), 24-1 (9)
11. Wesleyan (Norcross, Ga.), 20-4 (10)
12. Wilson Central (Lebanon, Tenn.), 22-2 (12)
13. Eleanor Roosvelt (Greenbelt, Md.), 14-1 (14)
14. West Charlotte (Charlotte, N.C.), 18-3 (15)
15. East Mecklenburg (Charlotte, N.C.), 18-3 (13)
16. Fayette County (Fayetteville, Ga.), 24-0 (18)
17. H.D. Woodson (Washington, D.C.), 14-6 (17)
18. St. Francis Academy (Baltimore, Md.), 19-2 (NR)
19. Murrah (Jackson, Miss.), 17-2 (19)
20. Parkview (Lilburn, Ga.), 22-1 (16)

Stat Leaders through February 7, 2009

Scoring
Jasmine James, Bartlett 23.81
Sarah Watkins, Houston 23.41
Erica Ousley, Fairley 22.81
Melissa Hunt, Westwood 22.44
Bianca Lee, Douglass 20.81

Rebounding
Melissa Hunt, Westwood 17.17
Jasmine Gardner, Mitchell 12.56
Camille Alberson, Arlington 11.08
Lillie Pittman, Trezevant 10.10
Shervonte Bright, Hamilton 10.00

Assists
Monique Ingram, BTW 5.32
Adrienne Pratcher, East 4.69
Jasmine Newsome, Millington 4.58
LaTesa McLaughlin, Millington 4.43
Amy Metcalfe, BCS 3.89

Steals
LaTesa McLaughlin Millington 7.42
Tamarah Brandon Millington 4.50
Ashley Tate Ridgeway 3.84
Jasmine Newsome Millington 3.70
Kelsey Duckett Bishop Byrne 3.71

Girls Basketball Dandy Dozen for February 12, 2009

Commercial Appeal Girls Basketball Dandy Dozen

School/ Record/ Last ranking

1. Central/ 25-1/ 1
2. Lausanne/ 25-3/ 2
3. Millington/ 26-2/ 3
4. Overton/ 18-5/ 5
5. Bartlett/ 19-4/ 4
6. Melrose/ 23-3/ 6
7. Houston/ 21-7/ 7
8. White Station/ 23-4/ 8
9. Ridgeway/ 19-6/ 9
10. Bishop Byrne/ 23-2/ 10
11. St. Benedict/ 21-7/ 11
12. Washington/ 17-5/ 12

City Championship Matchup for February 19 at White Station

Booker T Washington vs Mitchell at 3:00pm

Central vs Overton at 6:00pm

Girls Basketball Scores for February 11, 2009

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Wednesday, February 11, 2009

Division 2-A West Region tournament bracket

at SBEC

Monday, Feb. 9

First round

(1) Lausanne 69, (8) TRA 13

(5) St. George's 31, (4) SBEC 28 (OT)

(2) Bishop Byrne 51, (7) Rossville 15

(3) Harding 67, (6) FACS 31

Thursday, Feb. 12

Semifinal, (1) Lausanne 53, (5) St. George's 10

Semifinal, (2) Bishop Byrne 44, (3) Harding 39

Loser's bracket, (4) SBEC 57, (8) TRA 36

Loser's bracket, (6) FACS 36, (7) Rossville 30

Saturday, Feb. 14

Championship, (1) Lausanne vs. (2) Bishop Byrne, 6 p.m.

Consolation game, (3) Harding vs. (5) St. George's, 2:30 p.m.

5th place game, (4) SBEC vs. (6) FACS, 11 a.m.

Middle School Sectional: Havenview vs Germantown

HAVENVIEW VS GERMANTOWN UPDATE


HAV 47 GER 43 OVERTIME
HAV 41 GER 41 END OF 4
HAV 29 GER 29 END OF 3
HAV 22 GER 23 HALFTIME
HAV 10 GER 17

Girls Basketball Scores for February 10, 2009

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Monday, February 9, 2009

Division 2-AA West Region tournament bracket

at St Benedict

Monday, Feb. 9


(4) St. Agnes 47, (5) Hutchison 22

(3) ECS 59, (6) St. Mary's 14

Tuesday, Feb. 10


Semifinal, (1) St. Benedict 56, (4) St. Agnes 29

Wednesday, Feb. 11

Semifinal, (2) Briarcrest 42, (3) ECS 30

Thursday, Feb. 12

Third place game, (3) ECS 30, (4) St. Agnes 22

Friday, Feb. 13

Championship, (1) St. Benedict vs. (2) BCS, 6 p.m.

Tennessee Prep Girls AP Rankings released February 9, 2009

TENNESSEE AP GIRLS

CLASS AAA

/ Record / Pts / Prv

1. Central (9) / 24-1 / 135 / 1
2. Morristown West (4) / 23-1 / 131 / 2
3. Oak Ridge (2) / 22-2 / 128 / 3
4. Hillsboro (1) / 22-1 / 124 / 4
5. Wilson Central / 22-3 / 97 / 5
6. Millington (1) / 26-2 / 86 / 6
7. McGavock / 22-2 / 50 / 10
8. Clarksville / 22-2 / 40 / 7
9. Cocke County / 20-5 / 22 / 9
10. Walker Valley / 23-3 / 19
Others receiving 12 or more points: Cleveland 18, Tennessee 15, Shelbyville 12, Mt. Juliet 12.

CLASS AA

/ Record / Pts / Prv

1. Marshall County (13) / 25-0 / 163 / 1
2. Gibson County (2) / 25-0 / 138 / 3
3. Upperman / 24-1 / 137 / 2
4. McMinn Central (2) / 24-0 / 130 / 4
5. South Greene / 21-3 / 100 / 5
6. Station Camp / 20-5 / 58 / 7
(tie) Obion County / 18-5 / 58 / 8
8. Westview / 23-3 / 57 / 6
9. Polk County / 20-4 / 42 / 9
10. Chattanooga Christian / 20-4 / 10
Others receiving 12 or more points: None

CLASS A

/ Record / Pts / Prv

1. Clarkrange (17) / 26-0 / 170 / 1
2. Wayne County / 23-4 / 143 / 2
3. Jackson County / 21-5 / 131 / 3
4. Forrest / 22-3 / 118 / 4
5. Bradford / 20-6 / 96 / 5
6. Middle Tennessee Christian / 21-6 / 63 / 8
7. North Greene / 14-7 / 49 / 6
8. Chatt. Sch. For Arts / 20-2 / 43 / 10
9. McEwen / 18-3 / 40 / 7
10. Oliver Springs / 16-8 / 33 / 9
Others receiving 12 or more points: Middleton 15.

DIVISION 2

/ Record / Pts / Prv

1. Lausanne (8) / 24-3 / 134 / 1
2. Knoxville Webb (6) / 18-2 / 119 / 2
3. Bishop Byrne / 21-2 / 113 / 3
4. St. Benedict / 19-7 / 93 / 4
5. Girls Prep / 16-5 / 78 / 6
6. Ensworth / 17-4 / 64 / 5
7. Briarcrest / 19-8 / 53 / 7
8. Davidson Academy / 16-4 / 47 / 8
9. Baylor / 11-10 / 31 / 10
10. Brentwood Academy / 14-10 / 17 / 9
Others receiving 12 or more points: None

Girls Basketball Scores for February 7, 2009

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Sunday, February 8, 2009

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Saturday, February 7, 2009

Arlington at Craigmont on February 6, 2009 Report

Ariel Hearn, freshman guard, Arlington














This was a very nice matchup. What stood out was the team work displayed by both teams. There was much ball movement and both took advantage of having decent post players.

Arlington jumped out 6-0 behind several turnovers by Craigmont. Kim Wilson came off the bench and helped spark a run for Craigmont grabbing 3 rebounds and getting 2 points. Katya Lloyd helped Craigmont take over the lead with a 3 making the score 11-8. And Shatingra Jones hit a NBA range 3 at the buzzer to end the first quarter 16-11 Craigmont.

Craigmont struggled on offense to start the second quarter behind a stingy defense by Arlington. Arlington took advantage with Christyn Hopper hiting two 3 pointers and Camille Alberson grabbing 5 rebounds to lead the way taking the lead back. End of 2nd quarter 27-25 Arlington

During the 3rd quarter, freshman Ariel Hearn got hot scoring 8 points in the quarter including 2 threes helping to extend Arlington's lead 41-34.

However, during the 4th, Craigmont put on some defensive pressure causing turnovers and cut the lead down. But it just was not enough. Arlington wins 62-54

Top Scorers
Arlington
Ariel Hearn 21 points, 6 rebounds, 2 steals
Camille Alberson 14 points, 11 rebounds, 1 block
Vernae Whitby 12 points, 7 rebounds
Christyn Hopper 8 points, 6 rebounds
Rachel Oaks 7 points, 5 rebounds, 2 steals

Craigmont
Eurekia Nunnally 9 points
Katya Lloyd 8 points,
Kim Wilson 8 points, 8 rebounds

Millington Lady Trojans muscle ahead past Bartlett

University of Memphis signee Ashley Robinson eclipsed 1,000 points for her career with a game-high 15 points and junior guard Jasmine Newsome added 14 for a Millington squad that won its 35th consecutive home game dating to the 2005-06 season.

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Girls Basketball Scores for February 6, 2009

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Girls Basketball Dandy Dozen for February 5, 2009

School/ Record / Last Rank /

1. Central/ 22-1/ 1
2. Lausanne/ 23-3/ 2
3. Millington/ 25-2/ 3
4. Bartlett/ 19-3/ 4
5. Overton/ 16-5/ 6
6. Melrose/ 20-3/ 5
7. Houston/ 19-7/ 9
8. White Station/ 21-4/ 7
9. Ridgeway/ 18-6/ 8
10. Bishop Byrne/ 21-2/ 10
11. St. Benedict/ 19-7/ 11
12. Washington/ 15-5/ 12

Girls Basketball Scores for February 5, 2009

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Thursday, February 5, 2009

Memphis McDonald's All American Nominations























On Wednesday, February 18th, 2009 the Boys and Girls McDonald's All-American Teams will be announced on ESPN Live. Both the Boys and the Girls games will be played in Miami Fl. on Wednesday April 1st, 2009. The Girls game will precede the Boys Game. Both games will be carried by ESPN.

Memphis has some representation on the Tennessee nominee list.


Jessica Brown Booker T. Washington High School Memphis TN
Kayla Christopher Oliver Springs High School Oliver Springs TN
Faith Dupree Webb School of Knoxville Knoxville TN
Jessica Goswitz Webb School of Knoxville Knoxville TN
Jasmine Hassell Wilson Central High School Lebanon TN
Jasmine James Bartlett High School Bartlett TN
Kortni Jones Oak Ridge High School Oak Ridge TN
Christina Lasane Craigmont High School Memphis TN
Lauren March Marshall County Senior High School Lewisburg TN
Adrienne Pratcher Memphis East High School Memphis TN
Dymon Raynor Smyrna High School Smyrna TN
Ashley Renee Robinson Millington Central High School Millington TN
Sarah Watkins Houston High School Germantown TN
Kamiko Williams Northeast High School Clarksville TN

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Central, Millington National Ranking Update

ESPN Rise Fab 50 Rankings were released February 4, 2009. Millington remains at the 19th spot, while Memphis Central moves up 35 from 37.


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Southeast Region Top 20

1. Oak Ridge (Tenn.), 21-2 (1)
2. Potter's House Christian (Jacksonville, Fla.), 26-2 (2)
3. Westlake (Atlanta), 18-1 (3)
4. Millington (Tenn.), 24-2 (4)
5. Sparkman (Harvest, Ala.), 28-0 (5)
6. Butler (Matthews, N.C.), 19-1 (7)
7. Riverdale Baptist (Upper Marlboro, Md.), 15-2 (8)
8. Lower Richland (Hopkins, S.C.), 17-1 (9)
9. Memphis Central (Tenn.), 21-1 (10)
10. Wesleyan (Norcross, Ga.), 18-4 (6)
11. Bob Jones (Madison, Ala.), 26-3 (11)
12. Wilson Central (Lebanon, Tenn.), 19-2 (12)
13. East Mecklenburg (Charlotte, N.C.), 17-2 (13)
14. Eleanor Roosvelt (Greenbelt, Md.), 13-1 (14)
15. West Charlotte (Charlotte, N.C.), 15-3 (15)
16. Parkview (Lilburn, Ga.), 21-0 (16)
17. H.D. Woodson (Washington, D.C.), 12-6 (17)
18. Fayette County (Fayetteville, Ga.), 22-0 (18)
19. Murrah (Jackson, Miss.), 16-2 (20)
20. H.W. Byers (Holly Springs, Miss.), 24-2 (19)

Stat Leaders through January 31, 2009

Scoring
Jasmine James, Bartlett 24.58
Melissa Hunt, Westwood 23.69
Erica Ousley, Fairley 23.22
Sarah Watkins, Houston 23.00
Adrienne Pratcher, East 20.83

Rebounding
Melissa Hunt, Westwood 17.17
Jasmine Gardner, Mitchell 12.56
Camille Alberson, Arlington 11.08
Lillie Pittman, Trezevant 10.10
Shervonte Bright, Hamilton 10.00

Assists
Monique Ingram, BTW 5.32
Adrienne Pratcher, East 4.69
Jasmine Newsome, Millington 4.58
LaTesa McLaughlin, Millington 4.43
Amy Metcalfe, BCS 3.89

Steals
LaTesa McLaughlin Millington 7.39
Tamarah Brandon Millington 4.52
Ashley Tate Ridgeway 3.88
Jasmine Newsome Millington 3.81
Kelsey Duckett Bishop Byrne 3.68

Girls Basketball Scores for February 4, 2009

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Tuesday, February 3, 2009

Tennessee Prep Girls AP Rankings released February 2, 2009

TENNESSEE AP GIRLS

CLASS AAA

/ Record / Pts / Prv

1. Central (12) / 21-1 / 152 / 1
2. Morristown West (4) / 22-1 / 150 / 2
3. Oak Ridge (1) / 21-2 / 129 / 4
4. Hillsboro / 19-1 / 127 / 3
5. Wilson Central / 19-3 / 102 / 5
6. Millington / 24-2 / 84 / 6
7. Clarksville (1) / 20-1 / 79 / 7
8. Mt. Juliet / 20-3 / 47 / 8
9. Cocke County / 20-4 / 42 / 9
10. McGavock / 20-2 / 32 / 10
Others receiving 12 or more points: Walker Valley 16.

CLASS AA

/ Record / Pts / Prv

1. Marshall County (15) / 23-0 / 169 / 1
2. Upperman / 23-1 / 150 / 2
3. Gibson County (1) / 22-0 / 137 / 3
4. McMinn Central (1) / 22-0 / 131 / 4
5. South Greene (1) / 20-3 / 100 / 6
6. Westview / 22-2 / 89 / 5
7. Station Camp / 18-5 / 75 / 8
8. Obion County / 16-5 / 53 / 9
9. Polk County / 18-4 / 27 / 7
10. Elizabethton / 18-4 / 13
Others receiving 12 or more points: None

CLASS A

/ Record / Pts / Prv

1. Clarkrange (18) / 24-0 / 180 / 1
2. Wayne County / 21-4 / 142 / 3
3. Jackson County / 19-5 / 138 / 2
4. Forrest / 20-3 / 129 / 4
5. Bradford / 18-6 / 85 / 6
6. North Greene / 14-6 / 63 / 5
7. McEwen / 16-2 / 60 / 9
8. Middle Tennessee Christian / 19-6 / 52 / 7
9. Oliver Springs / 15-7 / 43 / 8
10. Chatt. Sch. For Arts / 16-2 / 28
Others receiving 12 or more points: Humboldt 20, Middleton 15, Gordonsville 12.

DIVISION 2

/ Record / Pts / Prv

1. Lausanne (11) / 22-3 / 153 / 1
2. Knoxville Webb (5) / 16-2 / 146 / 2
3. Bishop Byrne / 19-2 / 118 / 3
4. St. Benedict / 17-6 / 104 / 4
5. Ensworth / 16-3 / 101 / 6
6. Girls Prep / 14-5 / 77 / 7
7. Briarcrest / 15-6 / 67 / 5
8. Davidson Academy / 14-4 / 40 / 9
9. Brentwood Academy / 13-9 / 34 / 8
10. Baylor / 10-9 / 18 / 10
Others receiving 12 or more points: None

Girls Basketball Scores for February 2, 2009

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Sunday, February 1, 2009

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Girls Basketball Scores for January 31, 2009

White Station (62) -- Ashley Foster 2, Casey Gregory 8, Ty Harris 2, Megan Miles 5, Kaitlin Murphy 12, Chi Chi Okwumabua 21, Chetavia Rutherford 12.

Ridgeway (50) -- Whitney Cooper 2, Chasity Hamilton 5, Hasina Muhammad 6, Terryn Offiong 9, Adrian Sanders 20, Ashley Tate 8.

White Station / 18 / 8 / 13 / 23 / -- / 62 /

Ridgeway / 9 / 15 / 12 / 14 / -- / 50 /

Records -- Ridgeway 18-5.

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