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Thursday, February 28, 2013

Journey to Memphis' Next Top Baller Episode 3

The video below is of my nieces after working with them over a period of 3 Saturdays. To see a short clip of our first day, click here.

My 10 year old niece's shot is looking much better. She is not just throwing the ball at the goal but actually focusing more on shooting it with the technique of keeping her elbow in and keeping her follow through up.

My 6 year old niece is learning, at an early age, about patience and persistence. She is also trying to concentrate on using correct shooting technique. However, she is so small that she is unable to get the ball in the basket. She can hit the bottom of the rim at times. To help ease her frustrations, I continue to explain to her that if she was shooting on a lower goal, she would be making the shots.

You will also notice in the video their ball handling. They have come a long way. My 10 year old niece is showing great improvement with 2 ball stationary pound and alternating dribbling. You will also see her dribbling dribbling up the court with 2 basketball balls.

My 6 year old niece is not that far behind in her 2 ball dribbling.



If you would like for me to help your daughter develop her basketball skills, go to http://www.girlsbasketballtrainer.com/miniregistration.htm

Division 2 state basketball preview

from Commercial Appeal

Briarcrest (27-1) vs. Brentwood Academy (17-10)
Time: 10 a.m. Thursday LIVE AUDIO/PayPerView
What to watch for: The Lady Saints enter the tournament on a 26-game winning streak, having not lost since falling to Memphis Home Education Association back on Nov. 16. Coach Lee Smith has a balanced, versatile team that can hurt you in many ways. Miss Basketball finalist Jasmine Cincore (5-7 junior) is the floor leader and the player that makes the Saints go, while Sidney Smith (5-6 junior) provides good 3-point shooting. Bailey Kramer (5-10 senior) and twins Brynn and Elise Holden (5-7 sophomores) are also very solid players. The Saints were tremendous on defense in their 29-18 win over Father Ryan last week but will need to shoot better. If they do, they should have not trouble advancing to the D2-AA championship game, where they will most likely face a one-loss Nashville Ensworth team.
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Southern Baptist Educational Center (25-7) vs. Franklin Road Academy (28-3)
Time: 10 a.m. Friday LIVE AUDIO/PayPerView
What to watch for: The draw could have been a little bit kinder for the Trojans, who will face the unenviable task of trying to slow down FRA’s Derrica Wyatt, a two-time D2-A Miss Basketball winner who has signed with Oklahoma. It won’t be easy, but SBEC enters the tourmanent with plenty of momentum and good feelings following their 48-47 overtime victory over Ezell-Harding on Saturday. Eighth-grader Ashtyn Baker hit the game-winner at the buzzer in that one and she’ll need to continue to play above her years against FRA. Kimberlee Keltner (5-8 junior) was the team’s leading scorer in the regular season and Kayleigh Patterson (5-6 senior) and Karlee Russom (5-7 senior) also make big contributions for coach Barry Gray’s team.

Huge second half carries Overton girls to region title

article and image from Commercial Appeal

Central’s Darriel Johnson looks for help against Overton’s Philecia Atkins, who had 16 points to help the Wolverines win the Region 8-AAA girls championship game at Houston High on Wednesday night.

For the fifth consecutive year, Central and Overton tipped off to decide the Region 8-AAA girls champion at Houston on Wednesday night. Central dominated the first half, but the Wolverines clawed their way back to claim their second straight region title, 54-51, behind region tournament MVP Philecia Atkins and her 3-point shooting.

“They made some good adjustments by going to the box-and-one on Philecia,” said Overton coach Lynn Smith. “We tried to make adjustments at half and get other people involved.”

Central controlled play early on, jumping out to a seven-point lead at the end of the first quarter. Baylor signee Nina Davis scored 17 of her game-high 24 points in the first half. The Warriors exploited Overton on the glass, getting most of their points on second-chance looks. Central went into half with a 32-21 lead.

“They were just outworking us,” Smith said.

Overton came out of half firing on all cylinders. Overton’s Kelsey Briggs and Rodrea Echols connected on back-to-back 3-pointers to begin the second half, which the Warriors dominated. Briggs led the Wolverines with 18 points, Atkins added 16 and Amber Homes scored eight. All three were named to the All-Region Tournament team, along with Tia Wooten, who scored 10 for the Warriors, and Davis.

“Tia and Nina beat us up down low in the first half,” said Atkins. “But we came out in the second half and wanted it more.”

The Wolverines took their first lead of the game with 5:39 left in the fourth quarter on a Briggs 3-pointer, but Central came right back to tie the score on a Davis layup. Overton took the lead for good with four minutes remaining and sealed the game from the free-throw line.

Despite stellar second half-shooting by the Wolverines, their defense decided the game, as they held Davis to just seven second-half points.

“We picked the defensive tempo out of half,” Smith said. “We tried to clog up the middle and not let them get anything inside.”

Both teams advance to state sectionals on Saturday. Overton (30-6) will host Jackson North Side, while Central (24-5) will travel to Munford.

Manassas rallies for championship

from Commercial Appeal


Manassas pulled off a comeback Monday to have the opportunity to play Trezevant in the Region 8-AA finals. And the Tigers came back from the dead for a 64-60 win over the Bears Wednesday at Douglass to win the region championship.

Tournament MVP Philkala Anthony, who led her team with 26 points, took a feed from Tiffany Jones for a layup that broke a 60-all tie with 17 seconds to play, then hit 2-of-4 free throws in the final seconds for to clinch a third straight regional title for the Tigers (21-7). Anthony had 12 of her 26 points in the final quarter, while UT-Martin signee Jones added 11 of her 24. Oesha O’Neal added 10 points, all after the break.

Manassas will host Martin Westview in the sectionals Saturday while Trezevant travels to Region 7 champ Covington.

Trezevant blew Manassas off the floor in the first 16 minutes, taking a 41-13 halftime lead behind 19 off junior Marcreshia Drummer’s 29 points. To that point, the only mistake the Bears made was leaving their home uniforms at school and having to borrow Douglass’ white jerseys.

But foul trouble and fatigue began to catch up with the Bears (19-8), who have just six players on their roster. With 11 seconds left, four of them were on the bench with five fouls. In between the Bears had to pull up so hard on their defensive intensity that Manassas put together a 21-0 comeback.
“I told our kids at halftime they had to keep believing, and we also had to get back to our game plan, which was attack the basket.” said Manassas coach Tommy Warren.

Even with foul trouble lurking, the Bears still held a 49-35 lead after three quarters, led by Manassas transfer Drummer, a 6-foot combo guard who was a matchup nightmare.

Junior Ashlee McGee had 11 first-half points, but fouled out with 4:21 to play, and her team up 49-46. With Trezevant’s lineup down to three, Manassas finally took a 60-59 lead on two Jones free throws with 30.6 seconds left. Drummer hit one more free throw for a 60-60 tie, but she would foul out in the final seconds.

“Our kids played so hard, but the whistles got us,” said Trezevant coach Brandon Hill.

Covington wins Region 7-AA crown
Precious Harvey scored 22 points and Janekia Mason added 15 to lead Covington (34-2) to a 65-54 win over Westview in the Reigon 7-AA championship game at Dyersburg.

Munford girls win first region basketball title

from Commercial Appeal

Using it's signature defense that waited until the second half to make its mark, Munford won its first regional girls basketball championship and advanced to its first sectional with a 67-51 win over Jackson North Side on Wednesday in Brighton.

Robneisha Lee, who shared District 13-AAA MVP honors with teammate Shaliyah Wiggins this season, was named the Region 7-AAA tournament MVP. She provided the offensive spark for Munford with 20 points on Wednesday.

Munford (27-5) trailed North Side (13-19) 33-32 at halftime when Jada Perkins scored at the buzzer. There were 11 lead changes in the first half.

"Opponents average 43 points a game and we gave up 33 in the first half," said Munford coach Steve Poindexter. "In the first half our defense was non-existent."

North Side, which also advances to sectionals -- its first since 2010, was aggressive in the first half and Breanna Cockrell scored 15 of her team-high 19 points in the first and second quarters.
Destiny Robinson scored 10 of her 16 points in the first half for North Side which was playing the Cinderella card after a fourth-place district finish.

After Lauren Zvolanek, who scored 18 points, gave Munford a 36-35 lead early in the third quarter, the Lady Cougars continued to pound the ball inside and stretched the lead to 18 at 65-47. The defense forced North Side into 19 turnovers for the game.

"The strength of our team is defense," said Poindexter. "Everything we did positive is based on playing solid defense."

North Side coach Shemon Reaves said that his players lost their "mental capacity" in the second half.
"We lost our focus on the concept of what we came here to do. We got away from being aggressive and taking the ball to the hole in the first and second quarters. We were able to rebound but couldn't find players to block out."

Womens College Basketball News - February 28, 2013

Art U: Spirited Second Half Powers ART U Past Hawks
Auburn: Blanche Alverson Named To Inaugural AllState WBCA Good Works Team
Brown: Senior Caroline King Selected to Inaugural Alllstate WBCA Good Works Team
Cal: Gennifer Brandon Selected to Ann Meyers Drysdale Award Watch List
Chaminade: Hawaii-Hilo Outlasts the Swords in Overtime, 72-61
Charlotte: Seniors prepare for one last hurrah
Connecticut: No. 3 Huskies Control Boards in Win
DePaul: Blue Demons Handle Hoyas on Senior Night, 75-55
Fairleigh Dickinson University at Teaneck: Livermore Earns Third NEC Player of the Week Accolade
Florida Gulf Coast: Hansen Named Atlantic Sun Player of the Week
Georgia: Hempe Ready to Hit Heights
Georgia State: Shoot-Out Ends With Target Missed, 79-73
Georgetown: Falls at DePaul
Idaho State: The Class of 2013: A Lasting Legacy
Grand Canyon: No. 24 'Lopes Win Home Finale over BYU-Hawaii
Jacksonville: Alford named A-Sun Newcomer of the Week
Kansas: Goodrich Named to USBWA's Drysdale Watch List
Kentucky: Mathies Selected to Ann Meyers Drysdale Award Midseason Watch List
Marshall: It's a Dickens of Improvement for Dickens
Marquette: Earns an 81-70 Victory at Providence
Michigan State: Senior Features: Jasmine Thomas Grows Through Adversity
Montana State: Semansky Becomes Seventh Bobcat to Earn Two Academic All-America Honors
Notre Dame: Rallies Past No. 22 Syracuse, 79-68
Northwestern State: Grayson, Hudson named to the Southland's 1980s All-Decade Team
Oklahoma: Hand Named to Good Works Team
Penn State: Studevent Named to Allstate WBCA Good Works Team
Penn State: Lucas Claims Third Big Ten Player of the Week Honor
Pittsburgh: Falls at No. 3 UConn
Providence: Women's Basketball Edged by Marquette, 81-70
San Francisco: Collected Wisdom with Whitney Daniels
Stanford: Chiney Ogwumike Named To Ann Meyers Drysdale Award Watch List
Stony Brook: Women's hoops brings cheer to Stony Brook Pediatrics
Texas: Women's Basketball earns season sweep of TCU with 59-46 victory
William & Mary: Women's Basketball Powers Past Georgia State, 79-73

Wednesday, February 27, 2013

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Today's Basketball Schedule

Region 7-AAA girls championship game at Brighton, 7 p.m. — Munford vs. Jackson North Side.

Region 8-AAA girls championship game at Houston, 7 p.m. — Central vs. Overton.

Region 7-AA girls championship game at Dyersburg, 7 p.m. — Covington vs. Westview.

Region 8-AA girls championship game at Douglass, 7 p.m. — Manassas vs. Trezevant.

Womens College Basketball News February 27, 2013

Air Force: Jimi Blagowsky Named Mountain West Women's Basketball Player of the Week
Appalachian State: Elon Takes Season-Split in Win Over Mountaineers
Auburn: Blanche Alverson Named To Inaugural AllState WBCA Good Works Team
Baylor: No. 1 Women's Hoops Tops Oklahoma, 86-64
Cincinnati: Hollins Named to BIG EAST Honor Roll
ETSU: Lady Bucs hang on late, top North Florida, 65-60
Loyola Chicago: Resilient Ramblers Hold Off Cleveland State, 72-67
Mount St. Mary’s: Mount St. Mary's Clinches NEC Playoff Berth with 51-39 Win over LIU Brooklyn
Ohio State: Buckeyes pick up 67-60 win over Spartans
Oklahoma: Baylor Weathers Sooners' Storm
Penn State: Studevent Named to Allstate WBCA Good Works Team
Robert Morris: Gailite Sets Block Record In Loss to Monmouth
Stony Brook: Stony Brook women's hoops brings cheer to Stony Brook Pediatrics
Wake Forest: Boykin, Douglas Lead Deacs To 73-68 Victory At Virginia
Virginia: Virginia Falls in Overtime to Wake Forest

Tuesday, February 26, 2013

Rhodes College women's basketball team receives first NCAA tourney bid

from Commercial Appeal

Fresh off winning the Southern Athletic Association tournament on Sunday, the Rhodes College women’s basketball team received its first bid to the NCAA Division 3 tournament.

The Lynx (24-3) will play host to Louisiana College (24-4) at 7 p.m. Friday at Mallory-Hyde Gymnasium. Also playing at Rhodes will be Washington-St. Louis (20-5) and Texas-Dallas (20-8) The winners will play in the second round on Saturday.

“I’m real excited for our kids,” Rhodes coach Matt Dean said. “We had a tremendous effort (Sunday) in Jackson, Miss. and won a gutsy game on Millsaps’ home floor. This is such a reward. It’s the first time in school history that the women’s team has participated in the NCAA tournament. We’re just going to approach it one game at a time. We think with 24 wins in one year, we feel like we can play with a lot of people.”

In the SAA championship game against Millsaps, the Lynx came back from four points down with 1:38 to play to pull out a 66-64 victory. Junior Lauren Avant scored six points on three layups in 44 seconds, and added a free throw with 1.8 seconds left to clinch the win.

Avant, a Tennessee transfer who also played at Lausanne, finished with 30 points and was named the tournament’s most valuable player. Sophomore Sarah Johnson had a career high 12 assists and was named to the all-tournament team.

Manassas girls rally to win Region 8-AA semifinal

from Commercial Appeal

Manassas had just enough “been there, done that” in them Monday night. As a result, they gave themselves a chance at a third straight trip to the state tournament with a 56-54 comeback win over Oakhaven in the Region 8-AA girls semifinals at Douglass.

The Tigers (20-7), District 15 runners-up will face District 15-AA champion Trezevant for the title Wednesday, then move onto a sectional game Saturday.

Senior Tiffany Jones had 16 of her 25 points in the second half, all after Oakhaven’s sophomore center Morgan Walton got into foul trouble. She hit four straight free throws to give the Tigers their first lead of the night, 51-48, with slightly more than three minutes to play.

“We had to stay calm and just play together,” said Jones, who has committed to UT-Martin. “Having been through it helped.”

Senior Phikala Anthony who scored just two points before the break, had 10 in the third quarter to start the Tigers back from a 29-19 halftime deficit. She finished with 16.

“We started to attack the basket and started getting free throws,” said Anthony.
Oakhaven (20-3) had cut the Manassas lead to 56-54 on a basket by Mar’shea Lewis with eight seconds left. And with 1.1 seconds to go, Anthony left a crack with two missed free throws.
Oakhaven got the ball with seven-tenths left and Tracee Hammer’s 3-point try bounced high off the iron twice before falling away.

“Oh, my goodness,” Anthony said shaking her head.

Junior Derica Wiggins led Oakhaven with 27 points.

“I told the kids not to hang their heads. They had a great season. We just need to come back and not make some of the same mistakes,” Oakhaven coach Frederick Thorns said.

One key difference in the game was free-throw shooting. Manassas hit 21-of-33, while the Hawks went just 2-of-13.

In other games
Region 8-AA: Trezevant’s Marcreshia Drummer scored 32 points and Khadejah Stevens chipped in 17 as the Bears pulled away from Douglass to win Monday’s semifinal game at Douglass. Keoshia McGhee scored 25 for Douglass. The Bears, champions of District 15-AA, will play Manassas in Wednesday’s championship game. Trezevant defeated the Tigers 72-69 last week in the district title game.

Region 8-AAA: Baylor signee Nina Davis scored 25 points and Tia Wooten added 18 as Central (23-4) won its semifinal game 68-45 over Houston. Aysha Harris led the Mustangs with 17 points. ... Overton eliminated Ridgeway 62-50 to advance to Wednesday’s title game. Kelsey Briggs scored a game-high 18 points for the Wolverines. This is the fifth straight year that the Wolverines and Warriors will face off in the region championship. Central won from 2009-11, Overton won last season.

Region 7-AAA: Munford will play in Wednesday’s championship game after defeating Hardin County 44-26 in Monday’s semifinal game at Brighton. The Cougars (26-5) will play Jackson North Side who eliminated Dyer County 64-44.

Region 7-AA: Covington improved to 33-2 by rallying from a six-point deficit after three quarters to knock off Dyersburg 62-55. The Chargers were led by Ashia Jones’ 20 points. Precious Harvey added 18 and Precious Dyson scored 15. Covington will play Westview in Wednesday’s championship game at Dyersburg.

Girls Basketball Scores - February 25, 2013

REGION 8-AAA TOURNAMENT
SEMIFINALS
Houston (45) — Amber Braxton 6, Cheridan Burroughs 4, Aysha Harris 17, Alise Parker 1, Jaida Roper 7, Julianne Shiles 10.
Central (68) — Nina Davis 25, Meme Hill 10, Tia Hyman 6, Darriel Johnson 9, Tia Wooten 18.
Houston / 6 / 12 / 6 / 21—45
Central / 13 / 23 / 18 / 14—68
Records — Central 23-4.
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Overton (62) — Philecia Atkins 10, Kelsey Briggs 18, Amber Holmes 14, Fontenelle Walker 16, Erin Wilson 4.
Ridgeway (50) — Brandi Beasley 17, Erin Foster 2, Ashley Jackson 12, Odegua Oigboike 17, Tieraney Paylor 2.
Overton / 13 / 15 / 21 / 13—62
Ridgeway / 12 / 10 / 15 / 13—50
REGION 7-AA TOURNAMENT
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SEMIFINAL
Dyersburg (55) — Emily Bennett 4, Kenya Jordan 2, Kristina Moore 17, Chari Swift 10, Kimbrielle Tate 4, Maya Taylor 18.
Covington (62) — Jayla Brandon 3, Precious Dyson 15, Precious Harvey 18, Ashia Jones 20, Janekia Mason 6.
Dyersburg / 12 / 17 / 20 /  6—55
Covington / 17 / 14 / 12 / 19—62
Records — Dyersburg 21-11, Covington 33-2.
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REGION 8-AA TOURNAMENT
SEMIFINALS
Trezevant (72) — Marcreshia Drummer 32, Ashleigh McGhee 12, Khadejah Stevens 17, Kourtney Walton 4, Marcy Williams 7.
Douglass (57) — Ashonti Harper 3, Gazmune Herndon 19, Keoshia McGhee 25, Jashevee Tapplin 4, Keyatta Tyson 6.
Trezevant / 14 / 15 / 18 / 25—72
Douglass / 12 / 11 / 15 / 19—57
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Manassas (56) — Phikala Anthony 16, Shirley Clayborn 1, Tonisha Clayborn 2, Amisha Gales 6, Tiffany Jones 25, Oesha O’Neal 6.
Oakhaven (54) — T. Brown 2, T. Hammer 4, M. Lewis 8, M. Walton 8, B. Webb 5, D. Wiggins 27.
Manassas / 7 / 12 / 20 / 17—56
Oakhaven / 16 / 13 / 16 /  9—54
Records — Manassas 20-7, Oakhaven 20-3.

Womens College Basketball Daily News - February 26, 2013

Duke: Jones Selected ACC Rookie of the Week
Texas: McGee-Stafford earns fifth Phillips 66 Big 12 Freshman of the Week honor
Miami: Courtney Larson Cuts Hair for Good Cause

Monday, February 25, 2013

Horn Lake girls top Southaven for MHSAA North Half title

from Commercial Appeal

The foot stomps heard across the Horn Lake campus Saturday were justified.

They came courtesy of sophomore Alexyse Thomas, who was busy making big shots in the second half against Southaven as the Lady Eagles won their fifth consecutive Mississippi High School Activities Association championship with a come-from-behind 48-37 victory.

Thomas scored with 1:04 remaining in the third period to give Horn Lake (26-2) only its second tie of the game at 32. She added another big bucket at the 7:35 mark of the fourth and the Lady Eagles, who will be the No. 1 seed at the Class 6A state tournament at Jackson’s Mississippi Coliseum on March 6, never trailed again.

“Every time, in a big game like this, you have to be enthusiastic with everything,” said Thomas, “so I think my team definitely showed that tonight.”

Southaven also will be making the trip to Jackson on March 6. The Lady Chargers (26-5) just might have to do better than the five fourth-period points scored Sunday night.

“Horn Lake played well,” Southaven coach David Baldwin said. “Obviously, we had a chance to move the lead up and we couldn’t do it. We missed too many free throws and too many layups.”
The Lady Eagles, who have split the season series with Southaven at 2-2, began their string of clutch free throws at the 3:39 mark with one by Keneisha Winfrey. Lady Chargers point guard Olivia Cunningham followed with a basket, but the visitors wouldn’t score again.

Winfrey, Alondrea Rush and Treasure Evans made nine more free throws to close out the game.
“Early,” said Horn Lake coach Janna Lyons, “we missed so many free throws, so for them to knock it down when it counted, I was so happy.”

According to Brittany Grant, the Lady Eagles coach wasn’t so elated at the break. “Coach Lyons ripped into us at halftime because we weren’t playing Horn Lake basketball,” she said. “We were aggressive down the stretch. It felt good to get this win on our home court.”

Rush paced a balanced scoring attack with 13 points, and Evans and Thomas finished with 12 and 11, respectively.

“Just to have younger girls come in, buy into the program and get it done — I love ’em for it,” Lyons said.

Southaven, which led 14-5 after one period and 23-16 at the half, got a game-high 15 points from Cunningham.

Said Baldwin: “I wish coach Lyons and them lots of luck. Maybe round five will be in Jackson.”

White Station's Kaitlin "YoYo" Murphy Scores over 1000 points for Career at Furman



Over the weekend, Kaitlin "YoYo" Murphy was honored along with her fellow seniors on the Furman University Women's Basketball team. This year she became the 19th player in Furman Women's Basketball history to score 1000 points. She is presently 6th or 7th in career free throw shooting percentage. She is 3rd on the all-time list for career assists. Of the top 5 players on that list, she is the only one who achieved her numbers with teams that averaged less than 40% in shooting percentage for the player's career. Her teams averaged 36% while the rest of the top 5 in total had teams averaging 43%.

Defense carries Briarcrest girls past Father Ryan, 29-18

image and article from Commercial Appeal
Briarcrest's Jasmine Cincore heads to the board against Father Ryan during the Division 2-AA state quarterfinal Friday night in Eads.

The Briarcrest girls basketball team couldn’t buy a basket Friday night and their performance from the free-throw line left a lot to be desired as well.

But good defense can make an ugly game look a whole lot better.

The Saints held visiting Nashville Father Ryan scoreless in the first quarter and repeated the feat in the fourth quarter to defeat the Irish, 29-18. The victory, Briarcrest’s 26th in a row, sends the Saints into the Division 2-AA state semifinals Thursday at Allen Arena in Nashville.

“It was an ugly game,” said Briarcrest coach Lee Smith. “Father Ryan is an extremely well-coached and disciplined team. They’re the most disciplined team we’ve played in two years.

“This is the toughest game, just getting to Nashville. I’ve always said that just getting out of Memphis is the toughest thing (to do).”

The Saints went just 50 percent from the free-throw line and their normally reliable 3-point shooters missed all 11 attempts. But Briarcrest (27-1) survived, thanks to a terrific defensive effort that limited the Irish (13-14) to just seven baskets.

“Our defense was superb in places,” said Smith. “We had a couple of breakdowns ... (but) we didn’t give up anything in transition. We just couldn’t make any shots; we never got comfortable on offense.”

Memphis’ other two D2-AA hopefuls were eliminated Friday. Harpeth Hall outscored St. Agnes 22-3 in the first quarter and went on to beat the Stars (13-7), 58-22. St. Benedict was close for three quarters against Brentwood Academy but was outscored 15-0 in the fourth quarter and lost, 43-23.
In other games

SBEC advances to state: Eighth-grader Ashtyn Baker hit a buzzer-beater in overtime to send Southern Baptist Educational Center to the Division 2-A semifinals next week with a 48-47 victory over Ezell-Harding. Kayleigh Patterson had 13 points for the Trojans (25-7).



Region 8-AAA: Old Dominion signee Odegua Oigbokie scored 29 points and Ridgeway improved to 29-2 with a 66-44 victory over Whitehaven in a quarterfinal game. ... Baylor signee Nina Davis scored 33 points to lead Central to a 60-41 victory over Collierville. The Lady Warriors are 22-4. ... Freshman standout Jaida Roper scored 21 points and Aysha Harris added 19 as Houston eliminated East, 74-52. ... Philecia Atkins had 18 points as Overton defeated White Station, 55-37.

Region 7-AAA: Shaliyah Wiggins scored 18 points to lead Munford (25-5) to a 74-49 victory over Craigmont in the quarterfinals. ... Hardin County ended Arlington’s season at 17-10, winning 60-46. ... Dyer County eliminated Bolton, 66-62, and District 14-AAA champion Millington fell to Jackson North Side, 61-53.

Region 8-AA: Marchesia Drummer poured in 40 points as Trezevant (16-9) eliminated Fairley, 78-27. ... Tiffany Jones scored 24 points to lead Manassas (19-6) to a 63-37 victory over Carver. ... Douglass (18-11) eliminated Mitchell, 65-48, behind 26 points from Gazmune Herndon.

Region 7-AA: Precious Harvey scored 25 points to lead Covington (31-2) to a 77-49 victory over Jackson South Side.

Region 8-A: District 16 champion Booker T. Washington ends the year with a 26-4 mark after falling to Scott’s Hill, 49-36.

Southaven, Horn Lake girls reach state

from Commercial Appeal

Unselfish play Friday night has the Southaven and Horn Lake girls bound for the Mississippi High School Activities Association Class 6A state basketball tournament.

The Lady Chargers punched their ticket for Jackson’s Mississippi Coliseum behind a balanced attack in a 70-49 victory over Columbus; in the other North Half semifinal, the host Lady Eagles rolled past Clinton, 59-27.

The DeSoto rivals will meet for the fourth time this season — for the North championship — Saturday at 7 p.m. The outcome only determines seeding for March 6 at the state tournament.
“I really believe they want to go to Jackson and try to win it,” said Southaven coach David Baldwin, “and they know the only way to do that is to pass the basketball together and play defense. They played a great defensive game tonight.”

Three Southaven players scored in double digits, led by Providence signee Aliyah Miller, who had 20 points. Buffalo signee Joanna Smith and A’Queen Hayes scored 18 apiece for the Lady Chargers (26-4).

As impressive as the first period was, when Miller, Smith and Olivia Cunningham each chipped in five points to stake Southaven to a 20-12 lead, the ensuing eight minutes were even better. Steals led to easy layups for Miller and Smith, while UT-Chattanooga signee Jasmine Joyner worked her portion of the give-and-go to perfection as the Lady Chargers’ lead grew to 16.

It was more of the same in the second half, as Southaven closed the third period on a 10-1 run for a 62-31 lead.

“At halftime, we knew that anything could happen with a good team,” said Baldwin, “and Columbus has got to be a good team to be here.”

In the nightcap, Horn Lake (25-2) got 15 points from Treasure Evans. The Lady Eagles led by 30 entering the fourth period.

Alexyse Thomas and Brittany Grant each had 11 points and Felicia Odom added 10 for the Lady Eagles, who will make their fifth consecutive trip to state.

“I’m super excited,” Horn Lake coach Janna Lyons said. “The girls were really focused, came out strong tonight and just did an excellent job.”

University School ousts Harding girls in 2-A substate

article from Commercial Appeal
Kaylah Keys seemed poised to leave one last memory in the Harding gym where her jersey will no doubt hang one day. But after Keys and the Lions all but erased a 17-point deficit midway through the fourth quarter, University School of Nashville regained its poise, and the momentum, in time to score a 62-49 upset in the Division 2-A substate round Friday night.

Keys ended her final game with 25 points, including 10 in an 18-4 run that helped Harding (24-6) close a 39-22 deficit to 43-40 with 5:56 to play on a midcourt steal and driving layup by the High Point University-bound guard.

“We got over our nerves a little, and started to really put some pressure on them, but we couldn’t keep it going long enough,” Keys said.

The Tigers (20-13) answered as they did all night, getting a 3-pointer from senior Mia Phillips after a timeout. That 3-pointer was the seventh of eight in the game from a team that had averaged just three a game this season. It started a 9-0 run and the Lions never got closer than nine after that.

Phillips had 18 points, including three 3-pointers. Sarah Elliott added 17 and hit 4 of 4 from beyond the arc in the first half to pace USN to a 31-14 lead at the break.

Senior Bailey Conner added 11 points, and passed 1,000 points for her career with 3:16 to play. Jemice Holmes added nine.

“We’ve often hurt ourselves with bad decisions down the stretch, and while we have good shooters we have been inconsistent much of the year,” University School coach Dee Davis said after her team clinched its first trip to the state tournament next week in Nashville.

“Tonight, we put it all together early.”

Junior Morgan Murphy added eight points for Harding, which has been stopped the past two years in the substate round.

The Lions hurt themselves at the foul line, going 8 of 18.

USN was 13 of 23 but hit seven of their first eight shots while building the early lead.

East's Adrienne Pratcher (Texas A&M) is No. 2 Nationally in Assist-to-Turnover Ratio


Womens College Basketball News- February 25, 2013

Charlotte: Charlotte matches school consecutive wins record
DePaul: No. 2 Notre Dame Too Much for DePaul
Duke: Williams Leads No. 5 Duke Past No. 8 Maryland 75-59
Duquesne: Floyd Sets Steals Record in Duquene's 53-44 Win at UMass
Florida State: No. 19 FSU Drops Game at VT
Georgia: Landers Secures No. 900 As UGA Tops Ole Miss
Georgia State: Seniora Saluted With 67-51 Win Over Mason
Georgia Tech: Marshall's 37 Points Lead Georgia Tech To 68-64 Comeback Win Over Miami
Illinois State: Illinois State Women's Basketball Wins Fifth-Straight Game; Tops Indiana State, 63-54
Louisville: No. 12 Louisville Takes Down Villanova, 55-49
Memphis: Women's Basketball Goes Long In 77-71 Victory
Minnesota: Minnesota Falls to No. 22 Purdue, 75-63
Ole Miss: Rebels Fall To Nationally-Ranked Lady Bulldogs
Kentucky: Mathies' 20 Not Enough as Kentucky Falls at LSU
Saint Joseph's: Women's Basketball Falls At Fordham In Overtime, 70-63
Siena: Gaels Race Past Saints
UAB: UAB Holds Off Southern Miss, 55-50
UNC: Ruffin-Pratt, Rolle Lift UNC Past State

Saturday, February 23, 2013

Girls Basketball Scores - February 22, 2013

DIVISION 2-AA SUBSTATE
Harpeth Hall (58) — Johnson 5, Rutherford 4, Nutter 22, Hynes 5, Tidwell 4, Potts 10, Hopp 4, Potts 4.
St. Agnes (22) — Katie Connor 7, Olivia Gattuso 4, Lizzie Harris 2, Wallis Jenkins 9.
Harpeth Hall / 22 / 8 / 15 / 13—58
St. Agnes / 3 / 8 / 8 /  3—22
Records — St. Agnes 13-7.
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St. Benedict (23) — Taylor Barnes 7, Nicole Ferris 9, Madison Luckett 2, Theresa Stoddard 3, Paige Williams 2.
Brentwood Aca. (43) — Hall 8, Jackson 12, Murphy 6, Pearson 7, Stephens 2, Kreid 8.
St. Benedict / 8 / 7 / 8 /  0—23
Brentwood Aca. / 8 / 11 / 9 / 15—43
Records — St. Benedict 15-13, Brentwood Aca. 17-10.
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Father Ryan (18) — Mary Francis Hoots 2, Danielle Manes 13, Jamie Shoulders 3.
Briarcrest (29) — Jasmine Cincore 5, Erin Dunseath 2, Elise Holden 4, Bailey Kramer 8, Kalynn Parks 1, Rachel Peete 7, Sidney Smith 2.
Father Ryan / 0 / 11 / 7 / 0—18
Briarcrest / 5 / 11 / 4 / 9—29
Records — Briarcrest 27-1.
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DIVISION 2-A SUBSTATE
USN (62) — Mia Phillips 18, Whitney Cargile 2, Sarah Elliot 17, Bailey Conner 11, Jamiece Holmes 9, Brianna Porter 4, Malorie Leeper 1.
Harding (49) — Mary Collins 5, Alexis Franklin 2, Anna Horner 2, Kaylah Keys 25, Antoinette Lewis 5, Rachel Maynard 2, Morgan Murphy 8.
USN / 13 / 18 / 8 / 23—62
Harding / 7 / 7 / 14 / 21—49
Records — Harding 24-6.
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Ezell-Harding (47) — Emily Seenstra 6, Kianna Froedden 2, Marci Sneed 5, Hailey Johnson 14, Anesha Harmon 11, Tanginique Nowlin 9.
SBEC (48) — Ashtyn Baker 8, Lauren Decembrino 2, Karlie Hughes 5, Kimberlee Keltner 11, Kayleigh Patterson 13, Karlee Russom 5, Andrea Sparkman 4.
Ezell-Harding / 10 / 6 / 11 / 13 / 7— / 47
SBEC / 11 / 11 / 12 /  6 / 8— / 48
Records — Ezell-Harding 20-10, SBEC 25-7.
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REGION 7-AAA TOURNAMENT
QUARTERFINALS
Hardin Co. (60) — Scarlet Davis 3, Emily Gray 14, Hannah Reynolds 6, Katie Terry 15, M. Willoughby 17, B. Cossey 5.
Arlington (46) — Raegyn Branch 5, Alex Ellington 2, Chyna Ellis 7, Jessica Jackson 2, Chyeinne Norton 3, Tori Sewell 16, Raylin Starks 9, Christina Thomas 2.
Hardin Co. / 14 / 6 / 14 / 26—60
Arlington / 13 / 7 / 11 / 15—46
Records — Arlington 17-10.
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QUARTERFINALS
Craigmont (49) — Natalia Campbell 2, Danielle Conley 5, Symone Cooper 2, Taylor Crutcher 4, Candice Davis 14, LaKeidra Greer 6, Miara Holliday 5, Sharrese Moore 7, Daja Scurlock 4.
Munford (74) — Phenecia Howard 1, Rebecca Lee 2, Robneisha Lee 14, Precious Mills 8, Lindsey Owen 4, Kierra Richardson 6, Alex Turner 8, Kierra Webb 6, Shaliyah Wiggins 18, Lauren Zvolanek 7.
Craigmont / 14 / 9 / 9 / 17—49
Munford / 16 / 18 / 29 / 11—74
Records — Munford 25-5.
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QUARTERFINALS
Jackson Northside (61) — D.J. Boyd 4, Brianna Cockrell 12, Jada Perkins 15, Brendy Stokes 20, Thomas 6, Williams 4.
Millington (53) — Tiara Caldwell 8, Erin Clark 12, Katie Dupree 2, Treasure Redding 6, Kendra Richardson 12, Seymon Taylor 13.
Jackson Northside / 15 / 16 / 13 / 17—61
Millington / 16 / 11 / 11 / 15—53
Records — Jackson Northside 12-18, Millington 15-15.
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REGION 8-AAA TOURNAMENT
QUARTERFINALS
Whitehaven (44) — Laka Blache 19, Brandi Clay 1, Tiarra Coleman 8, Ebony Malone 5, Maia McCoy 11.
Ridgeway (66) — Brandi Beasley 13, Alexis Bryson 6, Erin Foster 4, Breauanna Humphrey 12, Ashley Jackson 8, Odegua Oigboike 20, Tieraney Paylor 3.
Whitehaven / 13 / 16 / 9 /  6—44
Ridgeway / 21 / 11 / 17 / 17—66
Records — Ridgeway 29-2.
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QUARTERFINALS
Overton (55) — Philecia Atkins 18, Kelsey Briggs 15, Rodrea Echols 2, Kyler Green 6, Amber Holmes 2, Fontenelle Walker 4, Kayla Williams 2, Erin Wilson 6.
White Station (37) — Courtney Banks 10, Miyah Barnes 8, Alex Christian 8, Taylor Hayes 2, Emanye Robertson 9.
Overton / 11 / 12 / 22 / 10—55
White Station / 10 / 6 / 9 / 12—37
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QUARTERFINALS
Collierville (41) — Amber Baldwin 4, Jessica Brown 19, Monica Brown 12, Caitlin Hamm 6.
Central (60) — Nina Davis 33, Meme Hill 12, Darriel Johnson 4, Tia Wooten 11.
Collierville / 13 / 5 / 10 / 13—41
Central / 15 / 18 / 6 / 21—60
Records — Collierville 15-17, Central 22-4.
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QUARTERFINALS
East (52) — Artasia Carnes-Marshall 12, Nykia Grandberry 6, Angelique Macklin 7, Madison Smith 2, Javeshia White 6, Janeka Williams 19.
Houston (74) — Amber Braxton 6, Cheridan Burroughs 10, Aysha Harris 19, Alex Lohrenz 1, Sydney Malone 3, Alise Parker 5, Jaida Roper 21, Julianne Shiles 8, Maggie Crigler 1.
East / 18 / 9 / 7 / 18—52
Houston / 17 / 16 / 18 / 23—74
Records — Houston 22-7.
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REGION 7-AA TOURNAMENT
QUARTERFINALS
Jackson South Side (49) — Wilson 1, Westbrook 1, James 21, Merriweather 2, Currie 2, Tipler 20, Forrest 2.
Covington (77) — Jayla Brandon 5, Precious Dyson 9, Precious Harvey 25, Ashia Jones 21, Janekia Mason 4, Treasury Poindexter 5, Leshaundra Somerville 8.
Jackson South Side / 12 / 13 / 9 / 15—49
Covington / 18 / 25 / 15 / 19—77
Records — Jackson South Side 16-13, Covington 31-2.
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REGION 8-AA TOURNAMENT
QUARTERFINALs
Fairley (27) — Mildrecia Cox 3, Jessica Jamison 15, Deja Washington 9.
Trezevant (78) — Marcreshia Drummer 40, Ashleigh McGhee 12, Khadejah Stevens 15, Kourtney Walton 3, Marcy Williams 6, Andrea Willis 2.
Fairley / 11 / 2 / 9 /  5—27
Trezevant / 22 / 26 / 16 / 14—78
Records — Trezevant 16-9.
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QUARTERFINALS
Douglass (65) — Gazmune Herndon 26, Alexis Jones 2, Keoshia McGhee 16, Maranda Moss 2, Keyatta Tyson 15, Kimayah Ward 4.
Mitchell (48) — Marquisha Fennell 12, Erica Jackson 10, Crystal Johnson 20, Nicole Johnson 4, Equria Patterson 2.
Douglass / 16 / 16 / 20 / 13—65
Mitchell / 14 / 13 / 9 / 12—48
Records — Douglass 18-11.
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QUARTERFINALS
Carver (37) — Laraya Fisher 2, Lakeisha Kearney 1, Mishundra Mason 8, Ocatvia Moore 4, Samantha Smith 2, Lyric Stallings 17, Arnesha Wilkins 3.
Manassas (63) — Phikala Anthony 13, Ranisha Brown 2, Shirley Clayborn 7, Tonisha Clayborn 4, Amisha Gales 8, Tiffany Jones 24, Oesha O’Neal 5.
Carver / 13 / 7 / 7 / 10—37
Manassas / 22 / 17 / 15 /  9—63
Records — Manassas 19-6.
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REGION 8-A TOURNAMENT
QUARTERFINALS
Scott’s Hill (49) — Roberts 17, Wyatt 16, Reeves 7, Rosson 6, Gant 3.
Washington (36) — Rakesha Curry 5, Renisha Hale 8, Erica Hall 2, Tierney Keaton 4, Deneisha Lane 10, Terrica Robinson 7.
Scott’s Hill / 11 / 12 / 15 / 11—49
Washington / 12 / 4 / 7 / 13—36
Records — Scott’s Hill 20-8, Washington 26-4.
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MHSAA 6A NORTH HALF
SECOND ROUND
Columbus (49) — Patterson 12, Williams 11, Jefferson 7, Ledbetter 6, Brooks 4, Carruthers 3, Hughes 3, Jones 3.
Southaven (70) — Olivia Cunningham 5, Queen Hayes 18, Jasmine Joyner 8, Aliyah Miller 20, Naomi Perry 1, Joanna Smith 18.
Columbus / 12 / 9 / 10 / 18—49
Southaven / 20 / 21 / 21 /  8—70
Records — Southaven 26-4.
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BASEBALL LINESCORE
OLIVE BRANCH 13, SOUTH PANOLA 0
Olive Branch / 453 / 10—13 / 11 / 2
South Panola / 000 / 00— 0 /  1 / 2
WP — Taylor Bobo (1-0). LP — Hunter Ivy (0-1). Records — Olive Branch 1-0, South Panola 0-1.

Friday, February 22, 2013

Friday and Saturday's Schedule

Friday
Division 2-AA Girls State Quarterfinals, 5 p.m. – Harpeth Hall at St. Agnes. 6 p.m. — St. Benedict at Brentwood Academy, Father Ryan at Briarcrest.
Division 2-A Girls Sub-State, 4:30 p.m. – St. George’s at Knoxville Webb. 7 p.m. -- University School of Nashville at Harding, Ezell-Harding at SBEC.
Region 7-AAA Girls Quarterfinals, 6 p.m. — Hardin Co. at Arlington. 7 p.m. — Craigmont at Munford, Jackson North Side at Millington, Bolton at Dyer County.
Region 8-AAA Girls Quarterfinals, 7 p.m. — Whitehaven at Ridgeway, Overton at White Station, Collierville at Central, East at Houston.
Region 7-AA Girls Quarterfinals, 7 p.m. — Jackson South Side at Covington.
Region 8-AA Girls Quarterfinals, 7 p.m. — Fairley at Trezevant, Douglass at Mitchell, Raleigh-Egypt at Oakhaven, Carver at Manassas.
Region 8-A Girls Quarterfinals, 7 p.m. – Adamsville at BTW, Westwood at TCA, Middleton at MAHS, MASE at Riverside.
MHSAA North Half Girls Semifinals at Horn Lake, 6 p.m. – Southaven vs. Columbus. 7:30 p.m. – Horn Lake vs. Clinton.
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Saturday
Division 2-AA Boys State Quarterfinals, 6 p.m. — Chattanooga Baylor at Briarcrest. 7 p.m. — CBHS at Nashville Father Ryan, Montgomery Bell Academy at MUS.
Division 2-A Boys Sub-State, 4 p.m. — Donelson Christian Academy at Lausanne, FACS at Franklin Road Academy. 6 p.m. -- Harding at Knoxville Webb. 7 p.m. — Ezell-Harding at ECS.
Region 7-AAA Boys Quarterfinals, 7 p.m. — Arlington at Munford, Jackson North Side at Craigmont, Hardin County at Cordova, Bolton at Dyer County.
Region 8-AAA Boys Quarterfinals, 7 p.m. — Hamilton at Ridgeway, Houston at Whitehaven, Germantown at White Station, Melrose at Southwind.
Region 7-AA Boys Quarterfinals, 7 p.m. — Fayette-Ware at Haywood.
Region 8-AA Boys Quarterfinals, 7 p.m. — Fairley at Manassas, Douglass at Mitchell, Raleigh-Egypt at Sheffield, Hillcrest at Trezevant.
Region 8-A Boys Quarterfinals, 7 p.m. – Scotts Hill at BTW, Madison at MBA, Soulsville at Middleton, PCA at Riverside.
MHSAA North Half Girls at Horn Lake, 7 p.m. – championship game.

2013 Memphis-Area Postseason Tournament Schedule/Scores

STATE TOURNAMENTS
DIVISION 2-AA
BOYS
FIRST ROUND
CBHS 61, Battle Ground Academy 53
Chattanooga Baylor won at John Paul II
Chattanooga McCallie 61, St. Benedict 54
Montgomery Bell Academy beat Brentwood Academy in OT
QUARTERFINALS
CBHS at (2 EM) Nashville Father Ryan, 7 p.m., Saturday, Feb. 23
Chattanooga Baylor at (1 West) Briarcrest, 6 p.m., Saturday, Feb. 23
Chattanooga McCallie at (1 EM) Nashville Ensworth, 7 p.m., Saturday, Feb. 23
Montgomery Bell Academy at (2 West) MUS, 7 p.m., Saturday, Feb. 23
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DIVISION 2-AA
GIRLS
FIRST ROUND
St. Benedict 49, Chatt. Baylor 46 (OT)
Nashville Father Ryan 40, GPS 36
John Paul II beat Hutchison
Harpeth Hall beat BGA
QUARTERFINALS
St. Benedict at (2 EM) Brentwood Academy, 6 p.m., Friday, Feb. 22
Father Ryan at (1 West) Briarcrest, 6 p.m., Friday, Feb. 22
John Paul II at (1 EM) Nashville Ensworth, 7 p.m., Friday, Feb. 22
Harpeth Hall at (2 West) St. Agnes, 5 p.m., Friday, Feb. 22
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DIVISION 2-A SUB-STATE
BOYS
Saturday, Feb. 23
FACS at Franklin Road Academy, 4 p.m.
Harding at Knoxville Webb, 6 p.m.
Ezell-Harding at ECS, 7 p.m.
Donelson Christian Academy at Lausanne, 4 p.m.
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GIRLS
Friday, Feb. 22
St. George's at Knoxville Webb, 4:30 p.m.
University School of Jackson at Franklin Road Academy, 6 p.m.
University School of Nashville at Harding, 7 p.m.
Ezell-Harding at SBEC, 7 p.m.
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DIVISION 1 REGION TOURNAMENTS
REGION 7-AAA
BOYS
Saturday, Feb. 23
Quarterfinals
Arlington at Munford, 7 p.m.
Jackson North Side at Craigmont, 7 p.m.
Hardin County at Cordova, 7 p.m.
Bolton at Dyer County, 7 p.m.
Semifinals at Brighton
Munford/Arlington winner vs. Craigmont/JNS winner
Cordova/Hardin Co. winner vs. Dyer Co./Bolton winner
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GIRLS
Friday, Feb. 22
Quarterfinals
Craigmont at Munford, 7 p.m.
Hardin Co. at Arlington, 6 p.m.
Jackson North Side at Millington, 7 p.m.
Bolton at Dyer County, 7 p.m.
Semifinals at Brighton
Munford/Craigmont winner vs. Arlington/Hardin Co. winner
Millington/JNS winner vs. Dyer Co./Bolton winner
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REGION 8-AAA
BOYS
Saturday, Feb. 23
Quarterfinals
Hamilton at Ridgeway, 7 p.m.
Houston at Whitehaven, 7 p.m.
Germantown at White Station, 7 p.m.
Melrose at Southwind, 7 p.m.
Tuesday, Feb. 26
Semifinals at Houston
Ridgeway/Hamilton winner vs. Whitehaven/Houston winner, 7:30 p.m.
White Station/Germantown winner vs. Southwind/Melrose winner, 6 p.m.
Thursday, Feb. 28
Championship game at Houston, 7 p.m.
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GIRLS
Friday, Feb. 22
Quarterfinals
Whitehaven at Ridgeway, 7 p.m.
Overton at White Station, 7 p.m.
Collierville at Central, 7 p.m.
East at Houston, 7 p.m.
Monday, Feb. 25
Semifinals at Houston
Ridgeway/Whitehaven winner vs. White Station/Overton winner, 7:30 p.m.
Central/Collierville winner vs. East/Houston winner, 6 p.m.
Wednesday, Feb. 27
Championship game at Houston, 7 p.m.
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REGION 7-AA
BOYS
Saturday, Feb. 23
Quarterfinals
Fayette-Ware at Haywood, 7 p.m.
Westview at Jackson South Side, 7 p.m.
Crockett Co. at Liberty, 7 p.m.
Bolivar Central at Ripley, 7 p.m.
Semifinals at Dyersburg
Haywood/FW winner vs. JSS/Westview winner
Liberty/Crockett Co. winner vs. Ripley/Bolivar winner
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GIRLS
Friday, Feb. 22
Quarterfinals
Jackson South Side at Covington, 7 p.m.
Dyersburg at McNairy Central, 7 p.m.
Obion Co. at Bolivar Central, 7 p.m.
Chester Co. at Westview, 7 p.m.
Semifinals at Dyersburg
Covington/JSS winner vs. McNairy/Dyersburg winner
Bolivar/Obion winner vs. Westview/Chester Co. winner
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REGION 8-AA
BOYS
Saturday, Feb. 23
Quarterfinals
Fairley at Manassas, 7 p.m.
Douglass at Mitchell, 7 p.m.
Raleigh-Egypt at Sheffield, 7 p.m.
Hillcest at Trezevant, 7 p.m.
Tuesday, Feb. 26
Semifinals at Douglass
Trezevant/Hillcrest winner vs. Mitchell/Douglass winner, 7:30 p.m.
Sheffield/RE winner vs. Manassas/Fairley winner, 6 p.m.
Thursday, Feb. 28
Championship game at Douglass, 7 p.m.
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GIRLS
Friday, Feb. 22
Quarterfinals
Fairley at Trezevant, 7 p.m.
Douglass at Mitchell, 7 p.m.
Raleigh-Egypt at Oakhaven, 7 p.m.
Carver at Manassas, 7 p.m.
Monday, Feb. 25
Semifinals at Douglass
Trezevant/Fairley winner vs. Mitchell/Douglass winner, 7:30 p.m.
Oakhaven/RE winner vs. Manassas/Carver winner, 6 p.m.
Wednesday, Feb. 27
Championship game at Douglass, 7 p.m.
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REGION 8-A
BOYS
Saturday, Feb. 23
Quarterfinals
MASE at Decatur Co. Riverside, 6 p.m.
Middleton at MAHS, 7 p.m.
Adamsville at BTW, 6 p.m.
Westwood at Trinity Christian, 6 p.m.
Tuesday, Feb. 26
Semifinals at Jackson Trinity Christian
MASE/Riverside winner vs. Middleton/MAHS winner, 7:30 p.m.
BTW/Adamsville winner vs. Westwood/TCA winner, 6 p.m.
Thursday, Feb. 28
Championship game, 6:30 p.m.
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GIRLS
Friday, Feb. 22
Quarterfinals
Scotts Hill at BTW, 6:30 p.m.
Madison at MBA, 6:30 p.m.
Soulsville at Middleton, 6:30 p.m.
PCA at Riverside, 7 p.m.
Monday, Feb. 25
Semifinals at Jackson Trinity Christian
BTW/Scotts Hill winner vs. Middleton/Soulsville winner, 6 p.m.
Riverside/PCA winner vs. Madison/MBA winner, 7:30 p.m.
Wednesday, Feb. 27
Championship game, 6:30 p.m.
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DISTRICT TOURNAMENTS
District 13-AAA
BOYS
Tuesday, Feb. 12
(4) Jackson North Side 50, (5) Brighton 37
(At Munford)
Saturday, Feb. 16
(1) Dyer County 83, JNS 76
(2) Munford 65, (3) Hardin County 63
Tuesday, Feb. 19
Third-place game, JNS 63, Hardin Co. 61
Championship game, Munford 65, Dyer Co. 63 (OT)
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GIRLS
Tuesday, Feb. 12
(4) Jackson North Side beat (5) Brighton
At Munford
Friday, Feb. 15
(1) Munford 69, JNS 37
(2) Dyer County 59, (3) Hardin County 53
Monday, Feb. 18
Third-place game, Hardin Co. 60, Jackson North Side 59
Championship game, Munford 76, Dyer Co. 52
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District 14-AAA at Cordova
BOYS
Friday, Feb. 15
(5) Arlington 67, (4) Millington 57
(6) Cordova 60, (3) Bartlett 55
Saturday, Feb. 16
Cordova 72, (2) Bolton 60
(1) Craigmont 70, Arlington 64
Monday, Feb. 18
Third-place game, Bolton 57, Arlington 53
Tuesday, Feb. 19
Championship game, Cordova 51, Craigmont 40
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GIRLS
Friday, Feb. 15
(5) Bolton 50, (4) Bartlett 35
(3) Craigmont 62, (6) Cordova 35
Saturday, Feb. 16
(2) Arlington 58, Craigmont 39
(1) Millington 60, Bolton 57
Monday, Feb. 18
Third-place game, Bolton 64, Craigmont 56
Tuesday, Feb. 19
Championship game, Millington 53, Arlington 39
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District 15-AAA
BOYS
Friday, Feb. 15
(2) Southwind 101, (7) Collierville 44
(4) Germantown 78, (5) Overton 54
(1) Ridgeway 81, (8) Wooddale 53
(3) Houston 48, (6) Kirby 45
(At Southwind)
Saturday, Feb. 16
Southwind 84, Houston 66
Ridgeway 67, Germantown 57
Tuesday, Feb. 19
Third-place game, Houston 78, Germantown 49
Championship game, Ridgeway 69, Southwind 55
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GIRLS
Friday, Feb. 15
(2) Overton 72, Southwind 45
(4) Collierville 52, (5) Germantown 51
(1) Ridgeway 59, (8) Kirby 28
(3) Houston 62, (6) Wooddale 43
Saturday, Feb. 16
Houston 46, Overton 45
Ridgeway 57, Collierville 24
Monday, Feb. 18
Third-place game, Overton 38, Collierville 31
Championship game, Ridgeway 69, Houston 48
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District 16-AAA
BOYS
Monday, Feb. 11
(5) Whitehaven 73, (4) East, 69
(3) White Station 80, (6) Central 70
(At Hamilton)
Wednesday, Feb. 13
Whitehaven 72, (1) Hamilton 66
Thursday, Feb. 14
White Station 79, (2) Melrose 72 (4 OT)
Friday, Feb. 15
Third-place game, Melrose 79, Hamilton 47
Championship game, White Station 82, Whitehaven 67
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GIRLS
Monday, Feb. 11
(3) Whitehaven 67, (6) Hamilton 60
(4) East 78, (5) Melrose 40
(At Hamilton)
Wednesday, Feb. 13
(1) Central 72, East 49
Thursday, Feb. 14
(2) White Station 59, Whitehaven 41
Friday, Feb. 15
Third-place game, East 61, Whitehaven 59 (OT)
Championship game, Central 80, White Station 55
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District 13-AA
Saturday, Feb. 9
(10) Covington 73, (7) South Gibson 32
(9) Milan 78, (8) Gibson County 49
Tuesday, Feb. 12
(1) Westview 71, Covington 68
(2) Crockett County 62, Milan 48
(3) Haywood 62, (6) Obion County 52
(5) Ripley beat (4) Dyersburg
At Dyersburg
Friday, Feb. 15
Ripley 90, Westview 82
Haywood 76, Crockett Co. 73 (OT)
Monday, Feb. 18
Third-place game, Westview 88, Crockett Co. 83
Championship game, Haywood 92, Ripley 73
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GIRLS
Saturday, Feb. 9
(7) Crockett County 44, (10) Ripley 31
(9) Haywood 51, (8) Milan 45
Monday, Feb. 11
(1) Covington 72, Haywood 36
(2) Westview 64, Crockett County 36
(3) Obion County 76, (6) South Gibson 45
(5) Dyersburg 60, (4) Gibson County 43
(At Dyersburg)
Thursday, Feb. 14
Covington 74, Dyersburg 65 (OT)
Westview 59, Obion County 53
Saturday, Feb. 16
Third-place game, Dyersburg vs. Obion, 6:30 p.m.
Championship game, Covington 50, Westview 49
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District 14-AA
BOYS
Thursday, Feb. 14
(1) Jackson South Side 79, (8) Chester County 50
(2) Jackson Liberty 55, (7) Jackson Central-Merry 53
(3) Fayette-Ware 93, (6) McNairy Central 62
(4) Bolivar 68, (5) Lexington 41
(At Chester County)
Saturday, Feb. 16
Jackson South Side beat Bolivar
Liberty 73, Fayette-Ware 67
Tuesday, Feb. 19
Third-place game, Bolivar 83, Fayette-Ware 69
Championship game, Liberty 65, Jackson South Side 59
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GIRLS
Tuesday, Feb. 12
(1) Bolivar 76, (8) JCM 21
(2) McNairy Central 78, (7) Fayette-Ware 39
(3) Chester County 63, (6) Jackson Liberty 47
(5) Jackson South Side 56, (4) Lexington 36
(At Chester County)
Friday, Feb. 15
Bolivar 60, Jackson South Side 55
McNairy Central 51, Chester County 39
Monday, Feb. 18
Third-place game, JSS vs. Chester Co., 6 p.m.
Championship game, Bolivar 40, McNairy Central 39
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District 15-AA at Frayser High School
BOYS
Monday, Feb. 11
(4) Douglass 63, (5) Kingsbury 58
(3) Manassas 90, (6) Frayser 53
Tuesday, Feb. 12
(1) Trezevant 84, Douglass 60
Wednesday, Feb. 13
Manassas 88, (2) Raleigh-Egypt 68
Thursday, Feb. 14
Third-place game, Douglass 75, Raleigh-Egypt 64
Friday, Feb. 15
Championship game, Trezevant 81, Manassas 75
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GIRLS
Monday, Feb. 11
(4) Raleigh-Egypt beat (5) Kingsbury
Tuesday, Feb. 12
(1) Manassas 62, Raleigh-Egypt 34
Wednesday, Feb. 13
(2) Trezevant 62, (3) Douglass 51
Thursday, Feb. 14
Third-place game, Douglass 63, Raleigh-Egypt 55
Friday, Feb. 15
Championship game, Trezevant 72, Manassas 69
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District 16-AA
BOYS
Monday, Feb. 11
(4) Fairley 73, (5) Oakhaven 64
(3) Hillcrest 57, (6) Carver 46
(At Sheffield)
Tuesday, Feb. 12
(1) Mitchell 65, Fairley 50
Wednesday, Feb. 13
(2) Sheffield 60, Hillcrest 55 (OT)
Thursday, Feb. 14
Third-place game, Fairley 55, Hillcrest 53
Friday, Feb. 15
Championship game, Sheffield 56, Mitchell 51
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GIRLS
Monday, Feb. 11
(5) Fairley 26, (4) Sheffield 24
(At Sheffield)
Tuesday, Feb. 12
(1) Oakhaven 72, Fairley 41
Wednesday, Feb. 13
(2) Mitchell 52, (3) Carver 46
Thursday, Feb. 14
Third-place game, Carver 73, Fairley 38
Friday, Feb. 15
Championship game, Oakhaven 73, Mitchell 51
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District 16-A
BOYS
Tuesday, Feb. 12
(6) Northside 71, (11) Middle College 34
(9) Soulsville 57, (8) MBA 47
(7) KIPP 77, (10) Power Center Academy 62
Wednesday, Feb. 13
(4) MASE 72, (5) City University 65
(1) BTW 61, Soulsville 39
Thursday, Feb. 14
(2) MAHS 84, KIPP 48
(3) Westwood 58, Northside 48
(At Booker T. Washington)
Saturday, Feb. 16
Boys semifinal, MAHS 57, Westwood 53
Boys semifinal, BTW 64, MASE 43
Tuesday, Feb. 19
Third-place game, Westwood 61, MASE 58
Wednesday, Feb. 20
Championship game, BTW 65, MAHS 59
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GIRLS
Tuesday, Feb. 12
(9) Westwood vs. (8) Middle College at Fairview Middle School, 6 p.m.
(7) MASE 50, (10) KIPP 31
Wednesday, Feb. 13
(4) Power Academy 52, (5) MAHS 43
(1) BTW 64, Middle College 19
Thursday, Feb. 14
(2) MBA 86, MASE 52
(3) Soulsville beat (6) Northside
(At Booker T. Washington)
Friday, Feb. 15
Girls semifinal, BTW 64, Power Center Academy 35
Girls semifinal, MBA 56, Soulsville 42
Tuesday, Feb. 19
Third-place game, Soulsville 46, PCA 39
Wednesday, Feb. 20
Championship game, BTW 62, MBA 55
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Division 2-A West Region
BOYS
Monday, Feb. 11
(D1-6) Bishop Byrne 56, (D1-7) Catholic 47
Tuesday, Feb. 12
(D1-5) Southern Baptist Educational Center 48, (D2-4) Rossville Christian School 42
(D1-3) First Assembly Christian School 57, (D2-6) Tipton-Rosemark Academy 28
(D1-4) Harding Academy 78, (D2-5) University School of Jackson 58
Bishop Byrne 64, (D2-3) Jackson Christian 62
Thursday, Feb. 14
(D1-1) Lausanne 80, SBEC 44
FACS 60, (D2-2) St. George’s 53
(D1-2) Evangelical Christian School 83, Bishop Byrne 52
Harding 64, (D2-1) Fayette Academy 36
(At Lausanne)
Saturday, Feb. 16
Semifinal, Lausanne 73, FACS 57
Semifinal, ECS 67, Harding 33
Tuesday, Feb. 19
Third-place game, Harding 57, FACS 55
Championship game, ECS 77, Lausanne 72
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GIRLS
Monday, Feb. 11
(D1-7) FACS 68, (D1-8) Bishop Byrne 40
Tuesday, Feb. 12
(D1-4) ECS 66, (D2-5) TRA 30
(D2-3) JCS 55, (D1-6) Lausanne 49
(D2-2) St. George’s 61, FACS 38
(D1-3) St. Mary’s 60, (D2-6) Rossville 36
(D2-4) Fayette Academy 54, (D1-5) Catholic 34
Thursday, Feb. 14
(D2-1) USJ 53, ECS 39
(D1-2) SBEC 65, JCS 50
St. George's 53, St. Mary's 41
(D1-1) Harding 56, Fayette Academy 32
(At Lausanne)
Saturday, Feb. 16
Semifinal, SBEC 54, USJ 52
Semifinal, Harding 70, St. George's 38
Monday, Feb. 18
Third-place game, USJ 46, St. George's 28
Championship game, Harding 42, SBEC 22
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MHSAA Region 1-6A Tournament
At Olive Branch
Tuesday, Feb. 12
Horn Lake girls 58, DeSoto Central 22
Horn Lake boys 43, Southaven 36
Southaven girls 59, Olive Branch 33
Olive Branch boys 75, DeSoto Central 62
Friday, Feb. 15
Girls championship, Southaven 50, Horn Lake 47
Boys championship, Horn Lake 63, Olive Branch 42
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MHSAA Region 1-5A Tournament
At Clarksdale
Tuesday, Feb. 12
Center Hill girls 75, Lake Cormorant 50
Hernando boys 69, Lake Cormorant 54
Clarksdale girls beat Hernando
Center Hill boys 77, Clarksdale 46
Friday, Feb. 15
Girls championship, Center Hill 42, Clarksdale 41
Boys championship, Center Hill 52, Hernando 48
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MHSAA Region 2-4A Tournament
At North Pontotoc
Tuesday, Feb. 12
Lewisburg boys beat Senatobia
North Pontotoc girls beat Lewisburg
Friday, Feb. 15
Boys championship, Lafayette boys 54, Lewisburg 43
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MHSAA State Playoffs
GIRLS
Monday, Feb. 18
Class 6A
Horn Lake 44, Northwest Rankin 41
Southaven 65, Murrah 38
Class 5A
Lanier 60, Center Hill 51
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BOYS
Tuesday, Feb. 19
Class 6A
Madison Central 63, Horn Lake 45
Jackson Murrah 64, Olive Branch 59
Class 5A
Jackson Provine 69, Center Hill 67
Jackson Callaway 73, Hernando 23
Class 4A
Amanda Elzy 69, Lewisburg 42:

Final regular-season Memphis-area TSSAA Standings and Stat Leaders

16AAA / District / / Overall
/ W / L / Pct. / / W / L / Pct.
Central / 10 / 0 / 1.000 / / 19 / 5 / .792
White Station / 8 / 2 / .800 / / 12 / 6 / .667
East / 5 / 5 / .500 / / 14 / 9 / .609
Whitehaven / 5 / 5 / .500 / / 16 / 9 / .640
Melrose / 2 / 8 / .200 / / 6 / 12 / .333
Hamilton / 0 / 10 / .000 / / 7 / 13 / .350
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LEADING SCORERS / / / / CL / G / PTS / AVG
Nina Davis / Central / / / SR / 24 / 683 / 28.46
Javeshia White / East / / / JR / 21 / 359 / 17.10
Tia Wooten / Central / / / JR / 24 / 392 / 16.33
Kiera Conner / Melrose / / / SR / 16 / 251 / 15.69
Janeka Williams / East / / / SR / 19 / 249 / 13.11
Lafabian Coleman / Whitehaven / / JR / 22 / 274 / 12.45
Meme Hill / Central / / / JR / 17 / 202 / 11.88
Laka Blache / Whitehaven / / JR / 25 / 295 / 11.80
Maia McCoy / Whitehaven / / SO / 25 / 279 / 11.16
Emanye Robertson / White Station / / SO / 18 / 198 / 11.00
Artasia Carnes-Marshall / East / / / SR / 21 / 215 / 10.24
Briauna Mitchell / Hamilton / / / JR / 19 / 190 / 10.00
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15AAA / District / / Overall
/ W / L / Pct. / / W / L / Pct.
Ridgeway / 14 / 0 / 1.000 / / 24 / 2 / .923
Overton / 12 / 2 / .857 / / 25 / 5 / .833
Houston / 9 / 5 / .643 / / 19 / 7 / .731
Collierville / 6 / 8 / .429 / / 14 / 14 / .500
Germantown / 5 / 9 / .357 / / 13 / 13 / .500
Wooddale / 4 / 10 / .286 / / 13 / 10 / .565
Southwind / 3 / 11 / .214 / / 6 / 20 / .231
Kirby / 3 / 11 / .214 / / 6 / 20 / .231
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LEADING SCORERS / / / / CL / G / PTS / AVG
Brianna Mitchell / Germantown / / SR / 24 / 548 / 22.83
Taylor Johnson / Kirby / / / SR / 26 / 415 / 15.96
Jaida Roper / Houston / / / FR / 26 / 376 / 14.46
Jessica Brown / Collierville / / JR / 28 / 388 / 13.86
Brittany Parmenter / Germantown / / JR / 26 / 355 / 13.65
Odegua Oigbokie / Ridgeway / / / SR / 26 / 352 / 13.54
Kairneshia Trent / Wooddale / / / JR / 23 / 300 / 13.04
Teresa Mays / Wooddale / / / SR / 23 / 284 / 12.35
/ / / / / / /
14AAA / District / / Overall
/ W / L / Pct. / / W / L / Pct.
Millington / 9 / 1 / .900 / / 13 / 14 / .481
Arlington / 8 / 2 / .800 / / 16 / 8 / .667
Craigmont / 5 / 5 / .500 / / 11 / 14 / .440
Bartlett / 5 / 5 / .500 / / 9 / 17 / .346
Bolton / 3 / 7 / .300 / / 5 / 18 / .217
Cordova / 0 / 10 / .000 / / 1 / 22 / .043
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LEADING SCORERS / / / / CL / G / PTS / AVG
Chyna Ellis / Arlington / / / JR / 23 / 355 / 15.43
Tiara Caldwell / Millington / / / SR / 27 / 382 / 14.15
Charity Savage / Bolton / / / FR / 21 / 278 / 13.24
Shondria Scruggs / Bartlett / / / JR / 24 / 309 / 12.88
Shuntavia Rodgers / Bartlett / / / JR / 26 / 298 / 11.46
Michaela Campbell / Cordova / / / SO / 16 / 181 / 11.31
Candice Davis / Craigmont / / / SR / 24 / 255 / 10.63
Treasure Redding / Millington / / / SR / 27 / 281 / 10.41
Alessia Conley / Craigmont / / / FR / 24 / 247 / 10.29
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16AA / District / / Overall
/ W / L / Pct. / / W / L / Pct.
Oakhaven / 10 / 0 / 1.000 / / 17 / 2 / .895
Mitchell / 8 / 2 / .800 / / 11 / 11 / .500
Carver / 6 / 4 / .600 / / 10 / 11 / .476
Sheffield / 4 / 6 / .400 / / 4 / 20 / .167
Fairley / 2 / 8 / .200 / / 3 / 16 / .158
Hillcrest / 0 / 10 / .000 / / 7 / 15 / .318
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LEADING SCORERS / / / / CL / G / PTS / AVG
Derica Wiggins / Oakhaven / / / JR / 17 / 348 / 20.47
Mishundra Mason / Carver / / / JR / 13 / 218 / 16.77
Kenyata Echols / Hillcrest / / / JR / 9 / 143 / 15.89
Jasmine Cunningham / Hillcrest / / / SR / 9 / 135 / 15.00
Marquisha Fennell / Mitchell / / / FR / 15 / 214 / 14.27
Crystal Johnson / Mitchell / / / SR / 16 / 218 / 13.63
Lyric Stallings / Carver / / / JR / 18 / 238 / 13.22
Karina Kelly / Hillcrest / / / SR / 9 / 113 / 12.56
Laraya Fisher / Carver / / / SR / 15 / 165 / 11.00
Tracee Hammer / Oakhaven / / / SR / 12 / 126 / 10.50
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15AA / District / / Overall
/ W / L / Pct. / / W / L / Pct.
Manassas / 8 / 2 / .800 / / 17 / 6 / .739
Trezevant / 8 / 2 / .800 / / 14 / 9 / .609
Douglass / 7 / 3 / .700 / / 15 / 9 / .625
Raleigh-Egypt / 5 / 5 / .500 / / 13 / 8 / .619
Kingsbury / 2 / 8 / .200 / / 6 / 12 / .333
Frayser / 0 / 10 / .000 / / 0 / 14 / .000
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LEADING SCORERS / / / / CL / G / PTS / AVG
Tiffany Jones / Manassas / / / SR / 21 / 474 / 22.57
Marcreshia Drummer / Trezevant / / / JR / 8 / 169 / 21.13
Gazmune Herndon / Douglass / / / FR / 22 / 405 / 18.41
Kahdejah Stevens / Trezevant / / / JR / 21 / 365 / 17.38
Candis Echols / Kingsbury / / / FR / 16 / 277 / 17.31
Corlisha Howard / Raleigh-Egypt / / FR / 17 / 281 / 16.53
Brenda Fields / Raleigh-Egypt / / SO / 19 / 310 / 16.32
Phikala Anthony / Manassas / / / SR / 21 / 322 / 15.33
Keoshia McGhee / Douglass / / / SR / 22 / 332 / 15.09
Manaya Jones / Raleigh-Egypt / / FR / 19 / 223 / 11.74
Ashleigh McGhee / Trezevant / / / JR / 21 / 223 / 10.62
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16A / District / / Overall
/ W / L / Pct. / / W / L / Pct.
Washington / 13 / 1 / .929 / / 22 / 3 / .880
Memphis Business / 12 / 1 / .923 / / 12 / 4 / .750
Soulsville / 10 / 3 / .769 / / 12 / 11 / .522
Power Center / 8 / 5 / .615 / / 10 / 7 / .588
MAHS / 7 / 6 / .538 / / 9 / 12 / .429
MASE / 5 / 8 / .385 / / 6 / 16 / .273
Northside / 5 / 8 / .385 / / 5 / 9 / .357
Westwood / 4 / 10 / .286 / / 4 / 13 / .235
Middle College / 2 / 10 / .167 / / 3 / 12 / .200
KIPP / 0 / 14 / .000 / / 0 / 18 / .000
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LEADING SCORERS / / / / CL / G / PTS / AVG
Tyanna Warren / MASE / / / JR / 20 / 452 / 22.60
Kiara Caswell / Memphis Business / / SO / 12 / 225 / 18.75
Marnesha Hamer / Memphis Business / / FR / 10 / 182 / 18.20
Taylor White / Soulsville / / / SR / 23 / 398 / 17.30
Terrica Robinson / Washington / / SR / 22 / 364 / 16.55
Renisha Hale / Washington / / SO / 23 / 368 / 16.00
Kiara Chambers / MAHS / / / JR / 14 / 152 / 10.86
Skye Bright / Northside / / / / 10 / 105 / 10.50
Kelsie Barton / Middle College / / JR / 11 / 114 / 10.36
Dana Moore / Power Center / / SO / 17 / 172 / 10.12
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DIVISION 2AA / District / / Overall
/ W / L / Pct. / / W / L / Pct.
Briarcrest / 5 / 0 / 1.000 / / 24 / 1 / .960
St. Agnes / 3 / 2 / .600 / / 13 / 6 / .684
St. Benedict / 2 / 3 / .400 / / 13 / 12 / .520
Hutchison / 0 / 5 / .000 / / 0 / 19 / .000
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LEADING SCORERS / / / / CL / G / PTS / AVG
Jasmine Cincore / Briarcrest / / / JR / 25 / 327 / 13.08
Madison Luckett / St. Benedict / / SR / 25 / 292 / 11.68
Taylor Barnes / St. Benedict / / FR / 25 / 291 / 11.64
Elise Holden / Briarcrest / / / SO / 25 / 268 / 10.72
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DIVISION 2A-1 / District / / Overall
/ W / L / Pct. / / W / L / Pct.
Harding / 14 / 0 / 1.000 / / 21 / 5 / .808
SBEC / 12 / 2 / .857 / / 21 / 6 / .778
St. Mary's / 8 / 6 / .571 / / 12 / 8 / .600
Catholic / 7 / 7 / .500 / / 17 / 11 / .607
ECS / 7 / 7 / .500 / / 9 / 13 / .409
Lausanne / 6 / 8 / .429 / / 6 / 13 / .316
FACS / 2 / 12 / .143 / / 8 / 14 / .364
Bishop Byrne / 0 / 14 / .000 / / 1 / 22 / .043
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LEADING SCORERS / / / / CL / G / PTS / AVG
Kaylan Pugh / St. Mary's / / / SO / 19 / 491 / 25.84
Kaylah Keys / Harding / / / SR / 25 / 551 / 22.04
Natalie Smith / FACS / / / SR / 18 / 268 / 14.89
Henrietta Wells / Catholic / / / SR / 27 / 329 / 12.19
Kimberlee Keltner / SBEC / / / JR / 27 / 325 / 12.04
Selena Pruitt / Lausanne / / / 8th / 18 / 211 / 11.72
Jessica Bradley / Lausanne / / / SR / 18 / 196 / 10.89
Reagan Patrick / Lausanne / / / JR / 18 / 186 / 10.33
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DIVISION 2A-2 / District / / Overall
/ W / L / Pct. / / W / L / Pct.
USJ / 11 / 1 / .917 / / 21 / 4 / .840
St. George's / 10 / 2 / .833 / / 20 / 6 / .769
Jackson Christian / 8 / 4 / .667 / / 12 / 14 / .462
Fayette Academy / 6 / 5 / .545 / / 17 / 10 / .630
Tipton-Rosemark / 2 / 7 / .222 / / 9 / 12 / .429
Rossville / 2 / 10 / .167 / / 9 / 16 / .360
Immaculate Conception / 0 / 10 / .000 / / 0 / 14 / .000
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LEADING SCORERS / / / / CL / G / PTS / AVG
Taylor Robertson / Rossville / / / SO / 18 / 277 / 15.39
Bethany Berger / Tipton-Rosemark / / SO / 17 / 220 / 12.94
Margy Westbrook / Fayette Academy / / JR / 26 / 332 / 12.77
Caroline Loftin / Rossville / / / FR / 19 / 236 / 12.42
Amber Johnson / Fayette Academy / / JR / 26 / 306 / 11.77
Brooke Wertner / St. George's / / SR / 25 / 267 / 10.68
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OVERALL STATISTICAL LEADERS
SCORING / / / / CL / G / PTS / AVG
Nina Davis / Central / / / SR / 24 / 683 / 28.46
Kaylan Pugh / St. Mary's / / / SO / 19 / 491 / 25.84
Brianna Mitchell / Germantown / / SR / 24 / 548 / 22.83
Tyanna Warren / MASE / / / JR / 20 / 452 / 22.60
Tiffany Jones / Manassas / / / SR / 21 / 474 / 22.57
Kaylah Keys / Harding / / / SR / 25 / 551 / 22.04
Marcreshia Drummer / Trezevant / / / JR / 8 / 169 / 21.13
Derica Wiggins / Oakhaven / / / JR / 17 / 348 / 20.47
Kiara Caswell / Memphis Business / / SO / 12 / 225 / 18.75
Ashia Jones / Covington / / / SR / 28 / 522 / 18.64
Gazmune Herndon / Douglass / / / FR / 22 / 405 / 18.41
Marnesha Hamer / Memphis Business / / FR / 10 / 182 / 18.20
Kahdejah Stevens / Trezevant / / / JR / 21 / 365 / 17.38
Candis Echols / Kingsbury / / / FR / 16 / 277 / 17.31
Taylor White / Soulsville / / / SR / 23 / 398 / 17.30
Javeshia White / East / / / JR / 21 / 359 / 17.10
Mishundra Mason / Carver / / / JR / 13 / 218 / 16.77
Terrica Robinson / Washington / / SR / 22 / 364 / 16.55
Corlisha Howard / Raleigh-Egypt / / FR / 17 / 281 / 16.53
Tia Wooten / Central / / / JR / 24 / 392 / 16.33
Brenda Fields / Raleigh-Egypt / / SO / 19 / 310 / 16.32
Kaelin Kneeland / Center Hill / / SR / 28 / 452 / 16.14
Renisha Hale / Washington / / SO / 23 / 368 / 16.00
Taylor Johnson / Kirby / / / SR / 26 / 415 / 15.96
Kenyata Echols / Hillcrest / / / JR / 9 / 143 / 15.89
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REBOUNDS / / / / CL / G / REB / AVG
Crystal Johnson / Mitchell / / / SR / 15 / 219 / 14.60
Keoshia McGhee / Douglass / / / SR / 21 / 270 / 12.86
Morgan Walton / Oakhaven / / / SO / 9 / 115 / 12.78
Kahdejah Stevens / Trezevant / / / JR / 17 / 210 / 12.35
Taylor Johnson / Kirby / / / SR / 16 / 197 / 12.31
Tiara Caldwell / Millington / / / SR / 26 / 320 / 12.31
Marcreshia Drummer / Trezevant / / / JR / 6 / 70 / 11.67
Tiffany Jones / Manassas / / / SR / 21 / 245 / 11.67
Manaya Jones / Raleigh-Egypt / / FR / 20 / 235 / 11.75
Nicole Johnson / Mitchell / / / SO / 14 / 160 / 11.43
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ASSISTS / / / / CL / G / AST / AVG
Mar'shea Lewis / Oakhaven / / / JR / 13 / 107 / 8.23
Olivia Cunningham / Southaven / / JR / 25 / 144 / 5.76
Amber Holmes / Overton / / / JR / 28 / 135 / 4.82
Meme Hill / Central / / / JR / 16 / 77 / 4.81
Philecia Atkins / Overton / / / JR / 29 / 136 / 4.69
Paige Williams / St. Benedict / / SR / 24 / 105 / 4.38
Janeka Williams / East / / / SR / 15 / 64 / 4.27
Shelby Sims / St. George's / / JR / 25 / 104 / 4.16
Miyah Barnes / White Station / / FR / 18 / 72 / 4.00
Brandi Beasley / Ridgeway / / / FR / 21 / 84 / 4.00
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STEALS / / / / CL / G / STL / AVG
Robin McClatchey / Oakhaven / / / SR / 17 / 112 / 6.59
Terrica Robinson / Washington / / SR / 22 / 120 / 5.45
Briauna Mitchell / Hamilton / / / JR / 19 / 95 / 5.00
Philecia Atkins / Overton / / / JR / 29 / 141 / 4.86
Breounna Humphrey / Ridgeway / / / SO / 26 / 118 / 4.54
Ricki Hooker / Olive Branch / / SR / 22 / 98 / 4.45
Jasmine Cunningham / Hillcrest / / / SR / 8 / 35 / 4.38
Rakesha Curry / Washington / / JR / 22 / 96 / 4.36
Amber Holmes / Overton / / / JR / 28 / 122 / 4.36
Derica Wiggins / Oakhaven / / / JR / 17 / 73 / 4.29
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BLOCKED SHOTS / / / / CL / G / BLK / AVG
Morgan Walton / Oakhaven / / / SO / 9 / 50 / 5.56
Crystal Johnson / Mitchell / / / SR / 15 / 80 / 5.33
Jasmine Joyner / Southaven / / SR / 23 / 117 / 5.09
Jessica Brown / Collierville / / JR / 28 / 131 / 4.68
Henrietta Wells / Catholic / / / SR / 28 / 123 / 4.39
Kahdejah Stevens / Trezevant / / / JR / 17 / 68 / 4.00
Taylor Johnson / Kirby / / / SR / 16 / 50 / 3.13
Chyna Ellis / Arlington / / / JR / 19 / 53 / 2.79
Laka Blache / Whitehaven / / JR / 25 / 65 / 2.60
Keoshia McGhee / Douglass / / / SR / 21 / 53 / 2.52
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TOTAL FIELD GOAL PCT. / / / / CL / FGA / FG / AVG
Marshea Lewis / Oakhaven / / / JR / 69 / 43 / .623
Jasmine Joyner / Southaven / / SR / 210 / 130 / .619
Amber Holmes / Overton / / / JR / 250 / 150 / .600
Derica Wiggins / Oakhaven / / / JR / 190 / 113 / .595
Olivia Cunningham / Southaven / / JR / 207 / 123 / .594
Fontenelle Walker / Overton / / / SR / 148 / 87 / .588
Tiara Caldwell / Millington / / / SR / 264 / 150 / .568
Nina Davis / Central / / / SR / 447 / 249 / .557
A'Queen Hayes / Southaven / / JR / 203 / 112 / .552
Ashia Jones / Covington / / / SR / 380 / 209 / .550
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FREE THROW PCT. / / / / CL / FTA / FT / AVG
Kiara Golden / Center Hill / / JR / 66 / 56 / .848
Derica Wiggins / Oakhaven / / / JR / 41 / 34 / .829
Jessica Brown / Collierville / / JR / 92 / 76 / .826
Teresa Mays / Wooddale / / / SR / 54 / 43 / .796
Tia Wooten / Central / / / JR / 86 / 68 / .791
Ashleigh McGhee / Trezevant / / / JR / 31 / 24 / .774
Kaylah Keys / Harding / / / SR / 122 / 94 / .770
Artasia Carnes-Marshall / East / / / SR / 26 / 20 / .769
Lindsey Allen / Collierville / / SR / 49 / 37 / .755
Marcreshia Drummer / Trezevant / / / JR / 51 / 38 / .745
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THREE-POINT FIELD GOALS / / / / CL / G / 3FG / AVG
Javeshia White / East / / / SR / 17 / 74 / 4.35
Precious Dyson / Covington / / / SR / 28 / 75 / 2.68
Sidney Smith / Briarcrest / / / JR / 14 / 35 / 2.50
Artasia Carnes-Marshall / East / / / SR / 17 / 38 / 2.24
Corlisha Howard / Raleigh-Egypt / / FR / 17 / 38 / 2.24
Rodneysha Martin / DeSoto Central / / SO / 27 / 60 / 2.22
Ashleigh McGhee / Trezevant / / / JR / 17 / 37 / 2.18
Derica Wiggins / Oakhaven / / / JR / 17 / 36 / 2.12
Selena Pruitt / Lausanne / / / 8th / 18 / 37 / 2.06
Kaylah Keys / Harding / / / SR / 23 / 45 / 1.96

Womens College Basketball Daily News - February 22, 2013

Akron: Women's Basketball falls on the road to Bowling Green, 74-61
Air Force: Knocks Off Boise State, 77-72
Art: Knights Break Into First NCAA Regional Rankings
Appalachian State: Mountaineers Complete Season Sweep of Cougars
Bowling Green: Falcons Down Zips, 74-61, to Move into First-Place Tie in MAC East
Bucknell: Women's Basketball Falls Short in Comeback, Takes 49-37 Loss to Lehigh
Buffalo: Strong Second Half Leads Miami Past Buffalo, 69-56
Butler: Wins At Saint Louis 67-62
Central Connecticut: Women's Hoops Tops LIU, 63-54
Central Michigan: Chippewas Run Away from Broncos for 77-53 Win
Charlotte: Quick start propels Charlotte to 10th-straight win
Cincinnati: Hollins' 17 Points Pushes UC Past Pitt 59-50
Colorado State: Rams defeat Lady Rebels, 60-44
Davidson: Wildcats Battle for 59-56 Overtime Win at UNCG
Eastern Michigan: Late Second Half Run Propels Ball State Past EMU, 56-34
Elon: Evans, Harris Lead Elon to Win Over Wofford
Florida Atlantic: Hot Outside Shooting Keys Florida Atlantic Women's Basketball Rally Past North Texas
Harding: Kristen Celsor Named Women's Basketball Academic All-America
Hartford: Hall Scores 15, Doherty Scores 1,000th Point as Hawks Fall at New Hampshire 51-49
Houston Baptist: Women’s Basketball Pulls Off Wild 78-76 OT Win Over Texas State
Illinois: Illini Break Steals Record in Defeat at Penn State
Indiana: Knocks Off No. 22 Purdue, 62-61
Kansas: This KU Comeback Falls Short; Drops at Texas, 93-83
Kent State: Golden Flashes Unable to Hold Off Ohio Despite Season-Best Efforts
LIU Brooklyn: Women’s Basketball Sees Late Rally Fall Short at Central Connecticut, Lose to Blue Devils, 63-54
Marquette: Women's Basketball Falls to St. John's, 67-61
Michigan State: Spartans Win 20th Game; Defeat Northwestern 54-45
Monmouth: Women's Basketball Falls At NEC-LEADING QU, 72-45
Middle Tennessee State : Balanced attack lifts MT past South Alabama
New Hampshire: Hogan Hits for 15 Points to Power UNH Women's Basketball Past Hartford, 51-49
Northwestern : 'Cats Come Up Short vs. Spartans, 54-45
Oakland: Zakiya Minifee to miss Remainder of Season for Oakland
Oklahoma: Sooners Take Win No. 700
Penn State: No. 7/9 Lady Lions Shoot Lights Out in 95-62 Win Over Illinois
Providence: Women's Basketball Drops Road Game At Seton Hall, 72-56
Purdue: No. 22 Purdue Edged by Indiana, 62-61
Richmond: Shoots Past City-Rival VCU
Southern Collegiate Athletic Conference: 2013 SCAC Women's Basketball Tournament - Preview
St. Francis: Not Just A Small Time Girl
Saint Joseph's: 2012-13 Saint Joseph's Women's Basketball Video Diary
Saint Joseph's: Defense Leads Saint Joseph's Women's Basketball Past La Salle, 68-31
St. John's: ROAD WARRIORS: St. John's Defeats Marquette, 67-61
Saint Louis: Hot-Shooting Butler Holds Off Billikens
San Diego State: #AztecWBB Nets Big Road Win at Wyoming, 57-51
South Alabama: Blue Raiders Pull Away From Lady Jags In The Second Half, 69-48
Stony Brook: Stellar defense not enough for Stony Brook women's hoops in 52-51 loss to UMBC
Tennessee: Lady Vol Report: Pump Up the Defense
Tennessee: Lady Vol Access (Episode 13)
Temple: Women's Basketball Falls in the Final Seconds to Xavier, 54-53
Troy: Trojans Can't Complete Sweep of Louisiana-Lafayette
Quinnipiac: Women’s Basketball Cracks Top-10 In College Insider Mid-Major Poll; Bobcats Ranked Ninth
Virginia: Kelsey Wolfe to Miss the Remainder of the 2012-13 Season
VCU: Helsinki native makes early impact for VCU
VCU: Rally Comes Up Short in 66-62 Loss at Richmond
UMass: Women's Hoops Drops 79-60 Game To Charlotte
Xavier: Women's Hoops Stuns Temple, 54-53; Pachko Scores Game-Winner
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