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Saturday, November 30, 2013

Commercial Appeal Girls Basketball District Previews

Here is a district-by-district look at the girls high school basketball season.

16-AAA
The addition of Overton means the two teams that have dominated AAA in recent years — the Wolverines and Central — now reside in the same league. Overton will be looking to make another trip to the state tournament behind 5-4 senior Philecia Atkins, an Iona College signee who is one of the area’s top shooters. Seniors Amber Holmes and Fontanelle Walker are experienced veterans while sophomores Kyler Green and Rodrea Echols both offer plenty of size and promise. ... Central’s biggest task will be replacing three-time Best of the Preps player of the year Nina Davis, who is making a great impact as a freshman at Baylor. Tennessee State signee Tia Wooten will be counted on heavily, as will senior point guard Me-Me Hill, a terrific passer. Senior twins Dereka and Darriel Johnson will also need to have big years for Niki Bray’s Lady Warriors.
If either of the leaders slip then White Station and Whitehaven will be poised to climb. Sophomore Miyah Barnes and junior Emanye Robertson are back to lead the Spartans, who also have a promising freshman in 5-10 Damiah Griffin and a first-year coach in Tola Black. ... Whitehaven has a talented squad as well, led by junior Maia McCoy, who won the 100 and 200 last year at Spring Fling. Seniors Tiara Coleman and Laka Blache have been through the wars before and Johnny Luckett is a veteran coach who will get the best out of his group. ... A young East squad may slip a little but the Mustangs have the district’s leading returning scorer in 5-4 senior Javeshia White. ... Hamilton has a good one in Briauna Mitchell, while a young and inexperienced Melrose team will look to cause some surprises for longtime coach Robert Newman.

15-AAA
The best team in Memphis this year could very well be Rhonda Kendall’s Ridgeway squad. The Roadrunners went undefeated in the league last year en route to a 28-3 season that ended with a loss to Overton in the region semis. Sophomore Brandi Beasley is an excellent prospect at point guard, while 6-2 junior Eryn Foster is a force in the paint. Ashley Jackson and Breounna Humphrey are other returning veterans for a strong Roadrunners team. ... Houston and Collierville will battle for second. The Mustangs top returnee is Jaida Roper, who averaged almost 15 ppg. as a freshman in 2012-2013. Senior Aysha Harris (5-10) and Cheridan Burroughs (6-1) are solid and transfer Marisa Knox will shore up the backcourt. Collierville’s top player is 6-2 senior Jessica Brown (13.9 ppg.), a North Alabama signee.
Elsewhere, Germantown will rebuild behind 5-7 senior Brittany Parmenter while Wooddale’s top standout is 5-9 senior Karneisha Trent. ... Southwind should do better than last year’s 6-21 season, thanks to junior Ciara Douglas and sophomore Ebony Shaw. ... Kirby has a new coach in Anthony White and has already shown signs of improvement so far this year.

14-AAA
Arlington and Bartlett are the favorites in what should be a tightly-contested district. Senior Raylin Starks, junior Cheiyanne Norton and sophomore Torrie Sewell return for a Tigers team that finished 18-10 a year ago. Bartlett will counter with two of the top returnees in the area, seniors Shondria Scruggs (13 ppg.) and Shuntavia Rodgers (11.5).
The rest of the league is wide open. Millington won the regular-season title last year with a 9-1 mark (15-15 overall) but will be very young this year. ... Bolton has an excellent building block in Charity Savage, who averaged 14.2 ppg. as a freshman last year. ... Kingsbury moves up from AA and will competitive behind 5-6 sophomore Candiz Echols, while Cordova will look to improve after winning just once last year.

16-AA
Trezevant and AA newcomer Craigmont will compete for the title in this new-look district. The Lady Bears will be sparked by the return of one of the area’s best, Mississippi Valley State signee Khadejah Stevens, who averaged 17 ppg. as a junior. Classmate Ashleigh McGhee will also be a key factor for coach Brandon Hill’s team. Craigmont, meanwhile, has a fine 1-2 combo of its own in 5-10 junior Kiara Caswell and 5-7 sophomore Danielle Conley. ... Keep an eye also on Raleigh-Egypt; the Pharaohs should surpass last year’s 14-11 record behind a strong group of returnees, led by sophomores Manaya Jones and Corlisha Howard and junior Brenda Fields.
Manassas, a regular AA state tournament participant in recent years, will be in rebuilding mode under first-year coach Paula Harris. Sophomore Joslynn Basemore has had some good success early for the Tigers. ... Douglass has an excellent sophomore of its own in Gazmyne Herndon, who averaged 19 ppg. last season. ... Fairley won only four games last year but will get a big lift from 6-0 Marnesha Hamer, who averaged 19.5 ppg. last season as a freshman at Memphis Business Academy. ... Sheffield, Westwood and Frayser will look to avoid last place. Westwood’s coach is Isiah Brown, who will be doing double-duty this year coaching the boys team too.

16-A
Booker T. Washington and Class A newcomer Oakhaven will compete for the title in a 13-team league. Like the boys team, BTW will have a new face on the sidelines as Steven McKinney replaces the highly-successful Derek Hunter. Renisha Hale, a 5-9 junior who averaged 16 ppg., and Rakesha Curry, a 5-4 senior, will lead the Warriors. Oakhaven’s top weapon is super senior Derrica Wiggins, who averaged 21.3 ppg. and is a good bet to pace the city scoring charts this time around. ... A team to watch is Mitchell, which welcomes back 6-1 junior Nicole Johnson and 5-10 sophomore Marquesha Fennell from a team that ended last season with a 12-13 mark.
Kenyata Echols played just nine games for Hillcrest last year but made a big impact, averaging 15.9 ppg. ... Tyanna Warren is back for MASE after averaging 23.6 ppg while 5-11 sophomore Tiana Williams will be the key to Soulsville’s chances. ... Lyric Stallings is the top returnee for Carver, which drops down from AA. ... Junior Dana Moore is back for Power Center, while 6-1 senior Kiara Chambers of MAHS will be a very tough matchup for most of the teams in this league. ... Memphis Business Academy suffered some heavy losses and will struggle to match last year’s 14-6 mark while Northside and Middle College will look to improve after each winning five games last year. ... There’s no place to go but up for KIPP, which went 0-19 last season.

Division 2-AA
Briarcrest has dominated this league in recent years and will be heavy favorites to return to state again after losing in the semifinals to Brentwood Academy back in March. Coach Lee Smith’s team will center around one of the top players in the state, Nebraska signee and reigning Miss Basketball Jasmine Cincore, who averaged 15.1 ppg. and 8.2 rebounds. Junior twins Brynne and Elise Holden are back as well, while seniors Gabby Salazar and Kalynn Parks and junior Kathryn Newman should all shine in bigger roles. ... Seniors Caroline Cook and Sarah Sneed are back for a St. Agnes team which finished second in the league last season, but the Stars will get pushed from St. Benedict, which has two good ones in 5-6 sophomore Taylor Barnes (11.5 ppg.) and 5-10 sophomore Nicole Ferris. ... Senior Carolyn Kelly is back for Hutchison, which will be looking to improve on last year’s 1-20 campaign.

Division 2A-1
A very interesting battle is shaping up between Harding and Northpoint — both of whom are coming off great years — and what should be a very much improved ECS squad. Harding has to replace the school’s all-time leading scorer in Kaylah Keys but still has some fine talent on hand in senior Rachel Maynard and Antoinette Lewis, who saw plenty of quality playing time as an eighth-grader. Northpoint lost in the state semifinals to end the year 25-8 and lost some key contributors but welcomes back one of the top players in the area in 5-8 senior Kimberlee Keltner. A lot will also be expected from 5-4 freshman Ashtyn Baker. The wildcard in it all will be ECS, which already had two fine returnees in senior cousins Kate and Caroline Jamison. The Eagles then got a big lift when home school standouts Sara Lytle, a 5-10 senior, and her 6-0 sophomore sister Emily transferred in. They will make an instant impact and will make ECS a dark horse state tournament contender.
St. Mary’s and Catholic look like the best of the rest. Junior Kaylan Pugh has been pouring in the points since her eighth-grade year and returns after leading the city in scoring at 25.2 ppg. Catholic lost Henrietta Wells to graduation but shouldn’t slip very far, thanks to senior Amber Hooker and sophomore Gaby Moore. ... Lausanne has a chance to be a lot better, thanks to the return of senior Reagan Patrick and freshman Selena Pruitt, another eighth-grade standout. ... Carmen Moore is the top returnee for FACS, while Immaculate Conception while strive to be better after going winless last year.

Division 2A-2
St. George’s and Fayette Academy will challenge University School of Jackson for first place in this league. Senior Shelby Sims is the best of the Gryphons’ eight returning players. Coach Scott Crockett will look to push the pace for a St. George’s team that is coming off a 22-8 finish. Legendary coach Rick Sullivan stepped down after last season’s 18-11 finish but Fayette Academy will still be in the hunt under Peter Moffatt. Margy Westbrook and Amber Johnson are both back after averaging in double digits. ... Bethany Berger (12.8 ppg.) is back for Tipton-Rosemark while Rossville welcomes back the league’s top returning scorer, 5-7 junior Taylor Robertson.

Others
Center Hill had a banner year in 2012-13, finishing 24-6. Three starters are gone and this year’s squad will be on the young side but coach Jonathan Moore has two good building blocks in Kiara Golden and Erin Cross. ... Munford will be in the hunt for a region championship after going 27-6 last year and losing in the sectionals. Juniors Kierra Richardson, Precious Mills and Lindsey Owen are the keys. ... Brighton will be extremely young but should also be competitive. Sophomore Shayna Johnson is the lone returning starter. ... Covington will be the favorite in its league, returning three starters from last year’s 34-3 team that lost in the quarterfinals of the AA state tournament. Senior point guard Precious Harvey (11.5 ppg., 3.5 apg.) is the best of the bunch. ... Senior Travon Williams (15 ppg.) leads Fayette-Ware.

Girls Basketball Scores - November 29, 2013

From Commercial Appeal Box Scores


MURFREESBORO TURKEY JAM
Potter’s House-Fla. (59) — Allen 2, Norton 3, Marcus 2, Thomas 3, Martin 14, Gaines 6, Suain 17, Johnson 2, Boothe 10.
Central (49) — Yasmin Brady 8, Dekyra Dennis 2, Meme Hill 1, Dariel Johnson 10, Dereka Johnson 4, Tia Wooten 24.
Potter’s House / 16 / 18 / 9 / 16—59
Central / 10 / 9 / 21 /  9—49
Records — Central 1-3.
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MLK TOURNAMENT
Pearl Cohn (42) — Rowen 14, Sandifer 9, Hamilton 7, Flye 5, Wester 4, Eversun 2, Mayo 1.
East (47) — Gatewood 2, Gray 4, McKinney 15, White 8, Weister 6, Smith 6, Cheatam 6.
Pearl Cohn / 13 / 13 / 8 /  8—42
East / 10 / 13 / 8 / 16—47
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Whitehaven (46) — Lake Blache 8, Lafabian Coleman 12, Maia McCoy 6, Tia Polk 2, Jasmine Rhodes 5, Ariel Williams 6, D. Williams 3, Dean 4.
Overton (57) — P. Atkins 15, K. Green 14, J. Jones 3, F. Walker 5, K. Williams 15, A. Willis 5.
Whitehaven / 12 / 10 / 12 / 12—46
Overton / 10 / 23 / 17 /  7—57
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MUNFORD THANKSGIVING CLASSIC
Briarcrest (68) — Julianne Bryson 6, Jasmine Cincore 11, Brynn Holden 14, Elise Holden 7, Morgan Hunt 9, Tatiana Love 8, Katherine Newman 5, Gabby Salazar 6, Lindsey Taylor 2.
Jackson Northside (32) — A. Long 6, B. Long 2, Thomas 18, Cole 6.
Briarcrest / 22 / 15 / 24 / 7—68
Jackson Northside / 15 / 7 / 5 / 5—32
Records — Briarcrest 6-0.
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Houston (47) — Amber Braxton 3, Cheridan Burroughs 2, Mary Collins 3, Aysha Harris 4, Marissa Knox 3, Sydney Malone 4, Madeson McCaster 8, Jaida Roper 13, Shannon Sharp 7.
Arlington (38) — Reagyn Branch 6, Mirrakohl Johnson 8, Ashley Lee 2, Torrie Sewell 14, Raylin Starks 8.
Houston / 10 / 10 / 11 / 16—47
Arlington / 12 / 11 / 10 /  5—38
Records — Houston 4-1, Arlington 4-1.
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RIDGEWAY THANKSGIVING CLASSIC
Miller Grove-Ga. (30) — Richardson 5, Williams 1, Gordon 1, Brown 5, Bhessett 14, Ezechukwn 4.
Ridgeway (68) — Brandi Beasley 17, Oreona Brown 2, Alexis Bryson 2, Eryn Foster 21, Breounna Humphrey 18, Ashley Jackson 5, Tierany Paylor 1, Ciara Pettis 2.
Miller Grove-Ga. / 6 / 12 / 6 / 6—30
Ridgeway / 24 / 19 / 17 / 8—68
Records — Ridgeway 4-0.
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MARTIN WESTVIEW THANKSGIVING CLASSIC
At Martin, Tenn.
Millington (50) — Tamia Aldridge 9, Lindsey Harris 3, Kiana Johnson 3, Kendra Richardson 24, Marquisha Sanders 3, Tasia Bland 5, Bria Barnes 3.
Westview (68) — Kaylie Leahue 13, Tiffany Rechis 24, Alexus Tayler 5, Lidia Pritchett 4, Kayla Bryant 3, Jiji Vincent 1, Jordan George 3, Charlyco Davis 2, Kendall Leahue 2, Erka Baringer 2, Mariann Sauby 5, Kennedy Basham 4.
Millington / 16 / 6 / 11 / 17—50
Westview / 26 / 21 / 14 /  7—68
Records — Millington 0-6, Westview 5-3.
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Girls Basketball Scores - November 27, 2013

From Commercial Appeal Box Scores 

MLK TOURNAMENT
Southwind (34) — Keyonte Butts 10, Ciara Douglas 8, Deria Drew 2, Rochelle Lee 2, Ebony Shaw 8, Jasmine Suggs 4.
Whitehaven (49) — Lake Blache 10, Brandy Clay 5, Lafabian Coleman 11, Erica Dean 5, Maia McCoy 2, Ariel Williams 8, Jasmine Rhodes 7, Morgan Walton 1.
Southwind / 9 / 6 / 11 / 8—34
Whitehaven / 10 / 8 / 23 / 8—49
Records — Whitehaven 3-0.
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RIDGEWAY THANKSGIVING CLASSIC
Fayette-Ware (22) — Morgan Boiling 3, Keshia Henderson 15, Travon Williams 4.
Ridgeway (65) — Jameka Barr 2, Brandi Beasley 4, Kendra Boone 3, Oreona Brown 6, Alexis Bryson 3, Breounna Humphrey 14, Ashley Jackson 8, Tierany Paylor 9, Ciara Pettis 2, Kierra White 4, Eryn Foster 10.
Fayette-Ware / 4 / 6 / 7 / 5—22
Ridgeway / 23 / 18 / 22 / 2—65
Records — Ridgeway 3-0.
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TRA TURKEY SHOOTOUT
Rossville Christian (43) — Kendall Leath 2, Caroline Loftin 16, Brianna Long 2, Mary Catherine Mathis 6, Kara Novarese 1, Taylor Robertson 16.
Tipton-Rosemark Aca. (45) — Taylor Beasley 22, Bethany Berger 14, Brook Bridges 2, Alexa Crum 2, Virginia Moore 4, Hannah Quinn 1.
Rossville / 9 / 12 / 14 /  8—43
TRA / 11 / 8 / 8 / 18—45
Records — Tipton-Rosemark Aca. 3-2.
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Halls (41) — Claybrook 14, Davis 8, Gooch 17, Toomes 2.
Northpoint (51) — Ashtyn Baker 14, Lauren Decembrino 2, Karlie Hughes 18, Kimberlee Keltner 10, Andrea Sparkman 7.
Halls / 16 / 4 / 14 /  7—41
Northpoint / 12 / 12 / 11 / 16—51
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Friday, November 29, 2013

2013 Martin Luther King MLK High School Girls Schedule





















Monday
Frayser at Northside, 1 p.m.; Kirby at BTW, 1 p.m.; Pearl-Cohn at Manassas, 1 p.m.; Fairley at Melrose, 1 p.m.; White Station at Craigmont, 2:30 p.m.; Sheffield at Westwood, 3 p.m.; Germantown at Carver, 3 p.m.; Southwind at Trezevant, 6 p.m.

Tuesday
Frayser/Northside winner at East, 1 p.m. Sheffield at Overton, 1 p.m. Germantown at Whitehaven, 2:30 p.m. Pearl-Cohn/Manassas winner at Melrose winner, TBD

Wednesday
East vs. Kirby, 4:30 p.m.
Southwind vs. Whitehaven, 5:30 p.m.
White Station vs. Overton, 7 p.m.

Friday
Semifinals at Melrose

Saturday
East vs Overton at Melrose, 6 p.m

Wednesday, November 27, 2013

Girls Basketball Scores - November 26, 2013

Lausanne 52, West Memphis Christian 18
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Catholic (16) — Amber Hooker 4, Lavaesha Jackson 5, Gaby Moore 6, Jasmine Winfrey 1.
Cordova (51) — Michaela Campbell 20, Zakyia Head 4, Jaszmine Mohammad 2, Jerhonise Rollins 4, Karari Samuels 8, K’yanna Terry 7, Amber Turner 6.
Catholic / 3 / 9 / 1 / 3—16
Cordova / 8 / 22 / 13 / 8—51
Records — Cordova 2-2.
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St. Agnes (45) — Caroline Cook 16, Olivia Gattuso 2, Lizzie Harris 1, Wallis Jenkins 4, Amanda Lammey 6, Nicole Mabry 7, Sarah Sneed 9.
ECS (58) — Kelsey Crunk 2, Kate Jamison 9, Caroline Jamison 4, Emily Lytle 14, Sara Lytle 9, Molly Martin 2, Celia Owens 7, Avery Sippel 11.
St. Agnes / 15 / 12 / 7 / 11—45
ECS / 12 / 14 / 13 / 19—58
Records — St. Agnes 3-2, ECS 6-0 (1-0, Division 2-A).
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FACS (49) — Shalanda Berkley 4, Samantha Choukalas 6, Miller Cole 18, Bionka Massie 2, Madison Messmer 2, Carmen Moore 11, Abby Blackford 3, Madeline Emory 3.
Hutchison (45) — Anna Amagliani 1, Griffin Gearhardt 9, Carolyn Kelley 15, Macy McCullough 2, Catey Nelson 2, Carter Stovall 1, Anna Threkeld 2, Caroline Kyle 11, Cayley Lawhead 2.
FACS / 12 / 9 / 13 / 15—49
Hutchison / 5 / 18 / 16 /  6—45
Records — FACS 2-1, Hutchison 1-3.
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New Albany (62) — E. Carter 10, T. Caviness 5, A. Stroud 10, S. Bridges 19, K. Parker 10, E. Wison 8.
Lewisburg (42) — Lindy Anderson 1, Madison Baldwyn 7, Destiny Gardner 22, Ashlea Harvey 10, Britney Fisher 2.
New Albany / 15 / 15 / 12 / 20—62
Lewisburg / 8 / 8 / 13 / 13—42
Records — Lewisburg 3-6.
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NEACHE (45) — A. Lee 12, Reid 3, Allen 2, Declerk 13, Phillips 7, James 4, D. Lee 4.
Macon Road (25) — Brooke Anderson 2, Amber Biglow 11, Tori Harris 5, Savannah Harville 3, Emily Thorell 2, Ashlyn Boals 2.
NEACHE / 9 / 14 / 10 / 12—45
Macon Road / 2 / 9 / 6 /  8—25
Records — Macon Road 1-2.
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St. Benedict (59) — Bailey Coppedge 11, Nicole Ferris 23, Courtney Parker 4, Braxton Powers 2, Theresa Stoddard 11, Nicole Ungaro 8.
Millington (42) — Jherika Brown 3, Glenda Garner 7, Kiana Johnson 2, Gabby Knox 4, Kendra Richardson 23, Marquisha Sanders 3.
St. Benedict / 12 / 17 / 14 / 16—59
Millington / 12 / 12 / 12 /  6—42
Records — St. Benedict 1-4, Millington 0-6.
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Haywood (40) — Sierra Green 5, Summer Cunningham 24, Idalis Flagg 3, Kayla Shaw 2, Dasija Wilson 1, Madison Smith 2, Wonderica Young 3.
Munford (52) — Phenicia Howard 14, Johnna Jones 3, Lydia Jones 4, Precious Mills 8, Lindsey Owen 14, Kierra Richardson 2, Alex Wherry 7.
Haywood / 2 / 17 / 11 / 10—40
Munford / 22 / 8 / 14 /  8—52
Records — Munford 3-1.
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MLK TOURNAMENT
Fairley (61) — Sabrina Alexander 4, Rougie Barry 11, Mildreca Cox 2, Destiny Fifer 2, Marnesha Hamer 27, Tyesha Smith 8, Daija Washington 7.
Manassas (68) — Joslynn Basemore 25, Ranisha Brown 11, Tonisha Clayborn 17, Rakeeva Curry 2, Amisha Gales 2, Shyanne Stevenson 11.
Fairley / 12 / 10 / 19 / 20—61
Manassas / 14 / 12 / 18 / 24—68
Records — Manassas 3-2.
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Carver (46) — Anastasia Eichelburger 1, Mildred Goins 2, Brittany Kirkwood 2, Mishundra Mason 15, Octavia Moore 17, Lyric Stallings 7, Charstianna Thomas 2.
Trezevant (79) — Kahdejah Stevens 19, Kourtney Walton 10, Marcee Williams 30, Andrea Willis 18, Briana Gatewood 2.
Carver / 15 / 10 / 12 /  9—46
Trezevant / 23 / 22 / 21 / 13—79
Records — Trezevant 1-1.
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Northside (21) — Diamond Adams 2, Marlisha Applewhite 2, Amber Mitchell 16, Joy Westbrook 1.
Washington (58) — Dominique Chatman 8, Rakesha Curry 15, Kyla Harris 4, Myneisha Johnson 6, Tierney Keaton 3, Deneshia Lane 4, Asia Mosley 6, Kaylon Perkins 5, Lavesha Parish 7.
Northside / 4 / 7 / 8 /  2—21
Washington / 14 / 10 / 17 / 17—58
Records — Northside 0-4, Washington 2-2.
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Germantown (55) — Brianna Burks 2, Takira Clay 10, Brianna Cowans 18, Brittney Parmenter 14, Scarlett Sadler 11.
Whitehaven (66) — Lake Blache 15, Brandy Clay 8, Lafabian Coleman 10, Erica Dean 7, Maia McCoy 21, Tia Polk 1, Ariel Williams 4.
Germantown / 17 / 15 / 4 / 19—55
Whitehaven / 18 / 11 / 21 / 16—66
Records — Germantown 3-3, Whitehaven 2-0.
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TRA TURKEY SHOOTOUT
Northpoint (54) — Ashtyn Baker 18, Katie Barnes 3, Lindsay Bramlitt 2, Lauren Decembrino 8, Lauren Gross 4, Karlie Hughes 6, Kimberlee Keltner 13.
Rossville Christian (22) — Caroline Loftin 4, Brianna Long 5, Mary Catherine Mathis 3, Taylor Robertson 8, Olivia Buzzard 2.
Northpoint / 13 / 18 / 7 / 16—54
Rossville / 9 / 4 / 4 /  5—22
Records — Northpoint 6-0.
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Halls (52) — Broglin 6, Claybrook 19, Davis 12, Gooch 15.
Tipton-Rosemark Aca. (41) — Taylor Beasley 8, Brook Bridges 3, Bethany Berger 10, Alexa Crum 8, Sarah Hall 10, Virginia Moore 2.
Halls / 12 / 13 / 10 / 17—52
TRA / 15 / 9 / 13 /  4—41
Records — Tipton-Rosemark Aca. 1-4.
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SOUTHAVEN CLASSIC
Ridgeway (67) — Brandi Beasley 19, Kendra Boone 4, Breounna Humphrey 9, Ashley Jackson 11, Tierany Paylor 9, Ciara Pettis 1, Alexis Bryson 14.
Center Hill (42) — Erin Cross 3, Reagan Elliott 1, Kiara Golden 25, Kirmesha Oliver 5, Teirsten Saunders 2, NeNe Whiting 2, Aliyah Davis 4.
Ridgeway / 18 / 18 / 18 / 13—67
Center Hill / 4 / 9 / 11 / 18—42
Records — Ridgeway 2-0, Center Hill 5-3.

Womens College Basketball Daily News - November 27, 2013

Alabama A&M: Women's Basketball Falls To Alabama
Georgia State: Up Close with Singleton, Harrow and Moss
George Washington: Jackson Hits 1,000 as GW Women's Hoops Tops USC Upstate, 83-56
Green Bay: Buck Tabbed Horizon League Freshman of the Week
Holy Cross: Women’s Basketball Signs Five Players To Letters Of Intent
Jackson State: Lady Tigers Fall to UL-Lafayette 81-64 on Monday
Lamar: Women's hoops edged by SMU
Louisiana Tech: Jackson Scores Career-High 23 in Loss
New Hampshire: Coia's Double-Double Fuels Women's Basketball Over Colgate, 63-58
South Alabama: Jags Fight BACK, But Fall 54-51 To Houston Baptist Oregon Basketball: Ducks Survive Pepperdine's Rally, Win 83-80
Vanderbilt: Lister doles out assists on and off the court

Tuesday, November 26, 2013

Mississippi High School Top Performers: Nov. 18-24

From Clarion Ledger 

KARRY CALLAHAN, Vicksburg: Scored 24 points in a win over Hazlehurst and 23 in a loss to Madison Central.
CHELSEA CAUSEY, Florence: Scored 25 points in a 53-46 victory over North Forrest.
ANNA GRACE CUMMINS, Bayou: Scored 31 points in a 62-49 win over Indianola.
ARIEL FORTENBERRY, Salem: Had 28 points, 17 rebounds, 5 steals and 3 assists in a 71-55 win over Dexter.
DESTINY GARDNER, Lewisburg: Averaged 23 points for wins over Strayhorn and Thrasher and a loss to Southaven.
BRANDIE GRIFFIN, Rebul: Scored 27 points in a 58-41 loss to Park Place.
RAQUEL HARPER, Clarksdale: Totaled 42 points, 18 steals and 13 rebounds in 3 wins.
DELMARICKA KING, Newton County: Scored 28 points in a 59-52 win over Scott Central.
HANAH LOTT, Petal: Scored 28 and 22 points in wins over Presbyterian Christian and Laurel.
TRISTA MAGEE, Presbyterian Chr.: Totaled 70 points for wins over Patrician Academy (Ala.) and Brookhaven and a loss to Petal.
BLAKE MARTIN, Marshall Aca.: Scored 30 points, leading a second-half rally for a 50-47 win over Southaven.
CHRISTA REED, Bay: Scored 34 points in a 57-37 win over Pascagoula.
BLAIR SCHAEFER, Starkville: Totaled 41 points and 6 assists in wins over Noxubee County and West Point.
McKINNON SKEEN, Cleveland: Had 30 points and 10 rebounds in a 62-46 loss to South Panola.
XENEIA SORRELL, Thrasher: Scored 33 points in a 68-60 loss to Lewisburg.
MARYANNA STORY, Veritas: Totaled 26 points, 23 rebounds and 21 assists in wins over Mt. Salus and Tallulah.
VICTORIA VIVIANS, Scott Central: Scored 32 points in a win over Forest and 35 in a loss to Newton County.
MYYAH WEST, Prentiss: Scored 25 points and grabbed 20 rebounds in a 63-47 win over North Forrest.
TYASHIA WILLIS, Velma Jackson: Averaged 25 points and 11 rebounds for a win over Leake Central and a loss to Provine.

Womens College Basketball Daily News - November 26, 2013


Maryland's Alyssa Thomas goes for the basket as Drexel Rachel Pearson looks on

ALBANY: Shereesha Richards Honored as America East Player of the Week Third Time in a Row
Arkansas: @RazorbackWBB Second In NCAA
Arkansas State: A-State Earns Road Victory at Louisiana Tech
Cal Poly: Molly Schlemer Garners Conference Player of the Week Honor
Coastal Carolina: Chanticleers Defeat Montreat 99-71
Connecticut: Dolson Named American Athletic Conference Player of the Week
Dartmouth: Szabo Claims Second Ivy League Rookie of the Week Honor
Delaware State: Hawkins Garners Meac Player Of The Week Honors
DePaul: Penny Named to BIG EAST Honor Roll
Georgetown: Butler Named Rookie of the Week as Hoyas Prepare for Great Alaskan Shootout
Harvard: Fagbenle Tabbed Ivy League Player of the Week
Indiana: Rolls Past Saint Louis, 85-69
Jackson State: Ross Named College Sports Madness Player of the Week
Long Beach State: Raven Benton Earns Weekly Honor From College Sports Madness
Maryland: #8 Terps Down Dragons to Win Third Straight
Miami: Career Night By Dennis Propels @MiamiWBB
Michigan: Elmblad Named to Big Ten Honor Roll
Michigan State: Spartan Women's Basketball All-Access: Episode 2
Minnesota: Zahui B. Earns Big Ten Honors
MTSU: Rowe scores 28 to lead MT in loss to No. 7 Kentucky
Naismith Trophy: Early Season Watch List – Women’s Top 50
Ole Miss: Faleru Nabs SEC Co-Player of the Week Honors
Providence: Tori Rule Named BIG EAST Player Of The Week
Sacramento State: Derrick Florence Named Women's Basketball Assistant Coach
Seton Hall: Richardson-Smith Named to BIG EAST Weekly Honor Roll
SMU: Mustangs Defeat Lamar, 82-79, To Improve To 6-0
South Carolina: Mitchell's Career High Drives Gamecocks Past Southern Cal
Southern Miss: Jones Named C-USA Player of the Week
Stony Brook: Proctor, Ogunnorin dominate in #Seawolves' 79-55 win over Morgan State
Tulane: Leslie Vorpahl Named C-USA Women's Basketball Freshman Of The Week
Toledo: Inma Zanoguera Tabbed MAC West Division Player of the Week for Second Time in 2013-14
UIC: Rachel Story Earns Horizon League Player of the Week
Utah State: Jennifer Schlott Named Mountain West Women's Basketball Player of the Week
UTEP: Signs Two More Student Athletes To National Letters Of Intent
Villanova: Jessica Wamala Wins Prestigious Rhodes Scholarship
West Virginia: WVU Captures Win Over Cavaliers

JASMINE NEWSOME (MILLINGTON) NAMED TO WOMEN'S BASKETBALL NAISMITH TROPHY WATCH LIST

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2013 Martin Luther King MLK Middle School Girls Schedule



Girls Basketball Scores - November 25, 2013

From Commercial Appeal Box Scores

Collierville (42) — Amber Baldwyn 4, Jessica Brown 7, Cullen Crocker 12, Kara Harbin 4, Kennedy Kivisto 3, Megan Loden 5, Kyra Pryor 2, Madison Rozier 5.
West Memphis Christian (7) — Mackenzie Blann 4, Bailey Felts 2, Carlee Smith 1.
Collierville / 7 / 9 / 15 / 11—42
WMC / 0 / 0 / 2 /  5—7
Records — Collierville 2-1, West Memphis Christian 3-4.
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Bartlett (55) — Kelsey Baker 4, Madison Carroll 1, Stella Gill 7, Jessica Jackson 7, Shelby Organ 1, Tavia Rodgers 12, Shondria Scruggs 23.
St. Benedict (44) — Bailey Coppedge 8, Nicole Ferris 6, Kaitlin Haynes 2, Courtney Parker 1, Braxton Powers 4, Theresa Stoddard 12, Nicole Ungaro 11.
Bartlett / 14 / 5 / 13 / 23—55
St. Benedict / 12 / 8 / 10 / 14—44
Records — Bartlett 1-2, St. Benedict 0-4.
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Fayette Aca. (30) — Anna Barron 4, Rebecca Fletcher 1, Amber Johnson 1, Rebekah Moffatt 6, Kayli Skelton 10, Elinor Westbrook 4, Margy Westbrook 4.
ECS (56) — Hope Gribble 3, Kate Jamison 8, Caroline Jamison 7, Emily Lytle 13, Sara Lytle 4, Celia Owens 5, Jordan Shackleford 6, Avery Sippel 10.
Fayette Aca. / 8 / 11 / 4 /  7—30
ECS / 11 / 19 / 13 / 13—56
Records — Fayette Aca. 3-3, ECS 5-0 (1-0, Division 2-A).
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Lewisburg (58) — Lindy Anderson 2, Madison Baldwyn 6, Lauren Brady 3, Janice Farris 2, Destiny Gardner 24, Kiyla Glasper 2, Ashlea Harvey 14, Diamond Johnson 1, Kelsey Watkins 4.
Hutchison (33) — Carolyn Kelley 15, Macy McCullough 2, Reba Moody 2, Carter Stovall 4, Jennie Davis 2, Anna Hausmann 2, Anna Field 3, Daisey Rainer 1, Catey Nelson 2.
Lewisburg / 11 / 22 / 22 /  3—58
Hutchison / 5 / 8 / 10 / 10—33
Records — Lewisburg 3-5, Hutchison 1-2.
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MASE (43) — T. Warren 23, B. Warren 13, Mayzck 5, Bowderly 2.
MBA (64) — Brown 8, Murray 7, Pickett 10, Fields 11, Moore 22, Dillard 6.
MASE / 7 / 19 / 9 /  8—43
MBA / 17 / 20 / 15 / 12—64
Records — MBA 1-0.
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MLK TOURNAMENT
Germantown (55) — Takira Clay 5, Brittney Cowans 2, DeMarica Johnson 2, Kayla Jones 3, Brittney Parmenter 8, Scarlett Sadler 11, Brianna Burks 4, Dolman 6, Conois 12, Bell 2.
Carver (35) — Kirkwood 2, Mason 12, Moore 10, Eichburger 2, Stallings 9.
Germantown / 20 / 13 / 8 / 14—55
Carver / 8 / 11 / 7 /  9—35
Records — Germantown 3-1, Carver 0-3.
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Fairley (46) — Sabrina Alexander 8, Marnesha Hamer 24, Sariah Smith 2, Daija Washington 5, Rougi Barry 7.
Melrose (52) — Tierney Blair 7, Sky Bright 2, Keanna Conner 9, Kelsey Green 7, Tatyana Johnson 12, Keosha Wilson 15.
Fairley / 12 / 13 / 8 / 13—46
Melrose / 14 / 12 / 14 / 12—52
Records — Melrose 2-0.
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Southwind (40) — Keyonte Butts 5, Ciara Douglas 5, Deria Drew 6, Destiny Henderson 4, Rochelle Lee 5, Destinee Manning 2, Ebony Shaw 6, Jasmine Suggs 7.
Trezevant (33) — Kahdejah Stevens 8, Marcee Williams 3, Andrea Willis 9, Ashley McGhee 7, Courtney Walton 4, Miesha Bond 2.
Southwind / 3 / 8 / 11 / 18—40
Trezevant / 3 / 9 / 15 /  6—33
Records — Southwind 3-0, Trezevant 0-1.
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Kirby (67) — Cortney Banks 18, Marty Banks 4, Shakira Neal 10, Equria Patterson 6, Tierney Pettis 17, Juanita Walton 12.
Washington (53) — Dominique Chatman 20, Rakesha Curry 14, Kyla Harris 5, Tierney Keaton 4, Asia Mosley 6, Kaylon Perkins 4.
Kirby / 17 / 13 / 18 / 19—67
Washington / 12 / 14 / 10 / 17—53
Records — Kirby 4-0, Washington 1-2.
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Sheffield (42) — Beason 6, Bullock 8, Cage 6, Guy 12, Phillips 6, Spearman 1, White 3.
Westwood (41) — Crystal Blu 3, Breuana Boyd 4, Marique Burton 23, Jerica Johnson 2, Frankie McGory 2, Washignton 3, Samuel 2, Nelson 2.
Sheffield / 5 / 16 / 13 / 8—42
Westwood / 19 / 8 / 9 / 5—41
Records — Sheffield 1-1, Westwood 1-4.
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SOUTHAVEN TURKEY SHOOTOUT
Madison Ridgeland Academy (60) — McKenzie Johnson 9, Amber Landing 20, Carmen Carter 21, Billey Vosie 4, Carley Kellums 2, Elizabeth Palmer 4.
Center Hill (51) — Erin Cross 2, Reagan Elliott 5, Mackenzie Fennell 2, Kiara Golden 28, Brandi Hellums 2, Kirmesha Oliver 6, Teirsten Saunders 3, NeNe Whiting 3.
Mad. Ridgeland / 18 / 12 / 14 / 16—60
Center Hill / 19 / 12 / 10 / 10—51
Records — Center Hill 5-2.
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Ridgeway (71) — Oreona Brown 6, Brandi Beasley 15, Jameka Barr 6, Ashley Jackson 16, Tierany Paylor 7, Kendra Boone 6, Tiara Pettis 4, Breounna Humphrey 9, Kierra Whie 2.
DeSoto Central (33) — Faith Blanchard 2, Mara Butler 2, Shayne Diaz 2, Stormy Green 4, Imani Johnson 6, Rodneyshia Martin 10, Nay Strickland 1, Lindsey Whiteside 2, R. Wilson 4.
Ridgeway / 21 / 16 / 18 / 16—71
DeSoto Central / 10 / 2 / 11 / 10—33
Records — Ridgeway 1-0.
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TIPTON THANKSGIVING CLASSIC
Northpoint (56) — Ashtyn Baker 12, Lauren Decembrino 4, Tori Doehring 7, Lauren Gross 6, Karlie Hughes 6, Kimberlee Keltner 6, Hannah Shafer 4, Andrea Sparkman 11.
Tipton-Rosemark Aca. (14) — Taylor Beasley 1, Bethany Burger 7, Alexa Crum 2, Sarah Hall 2, Virginia Moore 2.
Northpoint / 15 / 17 / 16 / 8—56
TRA / 3 / 6 / 3 / 2—14
Records — Northpoint 5-0, Tipton-Rosemark Aca. 2-3.
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Monday, November 25, 2013

Womens College Basketball Daily News - November 25, 2013

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Connecticut's Breanna Stewart drives pass St. Bonaventure's Katie Healy


Boise State: Falls 74-61 at South Dakota
Connecticut: No. 1 UConn Runs Past St. Bonaventure, 88-39
Delaware State: Hawkins, Bankston Nearly Score 30, Not Enough in Delaware State's 87-71 Loss at UAlbany
ETSU: First half struggles doom Bucs on Sunday in Brooks Gym
Georgia: Holds on For 63-56 Win over Georgia Tech
Furman: Falls To Mercer, 71-67
Jacksonville: Coach Yo and Dolphins Claim First Win of the Season
Lafayette: Nova Shoots its Way Past Lafayette
Louisville: Beats Florida State in OT, 69-59
Northwestern: 'Cats Suffer First Defeat of the Year at No. 17 California
Ole Miss: Defeats Tennessee State, 77-61
Saint Francis: Williams Career Day Paces SFU Over ETSU
Wright State: Women Dominate Marian 90-37
Valparaiso: Golden Eagles Snag Win from Crusaders
Villanova: Wildcats Down Lafayette in Home Opener

Kaylah Keys (Harding Academy) Scores Team High 17 in victory over Davidson College


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Girls Basketball Scores - November 23, 2013

From Commercial Appeal Box Scores

Briarcrest (83) — Elizabeth Barry 2, Julianne Bryson 1, Jasmine Cincore 20, Brynn Holden 17, Elise Holden 19, Morgan Hunt 2, Tatiana Love 2, Katherine Newman 6, Kalynn Parks 1, Gabby Salazar 11, Lindsey Taylor 2.
East (46) — White 18, Rister 2, Therman 4, McKinney 12, Collins 2, Gray 4, Gatewood 4.
Briarcrest / 26 / 27 / 22 / 8—83
East / 10 / 17 / 12 / 7—46
Records — East 1-2.
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Hamilton (60) — Myyela Isaac 2, Sarita Jackson 2, Shamya London 4, Briauna Mitchell 28, Undrea Porter 2, Tesia Thompson 5, Tieasha Williams 11, Kyra Nathan 2, Alexis Brown 2, C. Jackson 2.
Mitchell (30) — Marquesha Fennell 6, Demiya Grandberry 4, Derinisha Taylor 15, Zakiyyah Withers 5.
Hamilton / 22 / 17 / 19 / 2—60
Mitchell / 4 / 16 / 3 / 7—30
Records — Mitchell 1-2.
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Central (58) — Yasmin Brady 9, Dekyra Dennis 2, Mimi Hill 17, Dariel Johnson 7, Dereka Johnson 15, Tia Wooten 8.
Riverdale (84) — Davenport 13, Pentagrass 14, Hurd 16, Williams 3, Alley 7, Middleton 27, Patrick 4.
Central / 15 / 14 / 14 / 15—58
Riverdale / 15 / 27 / 21 / 21—84
Records — Central 1-2.

Girls Basketball Scores - November 22, 2013

From Commercial Appeal Box Scores


FCA Nighthawks (33) — Jennifer Milewski 13, Lauren Milewski 2, Samantha Price 10, Charlotte Smith 2, Grace Wade 2, Sarah Wakefield 4.
Arlington (48) — Mirrakohl Johnson 7, Ashley Lee 2, Callie McMorran 4, Cheiyanne Norton 10, Torrie Sewell 9, Samantha Souers 8, Raylin Starks 8.
FCA Nighthawks / 5 / 4 / 10 / 14—33
Arlington / 11 / 13 / 17 /  7—48
Records — Arlington 3-0.
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Central Baptist (38) — Erin Gay 24, Emily Russell 4, Megan Reese 4, Annie Bell 4, Grace Harvey 2.
Calvary Chrisitan (17) — Claire Hill 2, Page Laird 2, Katie Mcilwain 4, Caitlyn Miller 9.
Central Baptist / 9 / 14 / 9 / 6—38
Calvary Chrisitan / 4 / 0 / 7 / 6—17
Records — Central Baptist 1-0.
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Carver (46) — Mason 18, Moore 15, Sutton 5, Eichburger 6, Goins 2.
Douglass (57) — Jahmere Dangerfield 1, Ashonti Harper 14, Lakesha Harper 1, Gazmyne Herndon 33, Benesha Rainey 8.
Carver / 8 / 14 / 15 /  9—46
Douglass / 18 / 11 / 16 / 12—57
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Rossville Christian (36) — Caroline Loftin 9, Brianna Long 2, Mary Catherine Mathis 6, Kara Novarese 3, Taylor Robertson 12, Kendall Leath 4.
FACS (50) — Shanlanda Berkley 6, Samantha Choukalas 8, Miller Cole 13, Bionka Massey 13, Carmen Moore 10.
Rossville Christian / 6 / 8 / 11 / 11—36
FACS / 12 / 12 / 13 / 13—50
Records — Rossville Christian 1-1, FACS 2-2.
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Covington (71) — Kiara Booker 2, J’la Brandon 2, Brianna Dean 6, Chelsey Dye 6, Destiney Foster 4, Precious Harvey 8, Alexis Johnson 1, Janekia Mason 4, Treasury Poindexter 22, LeShaundra Somerville 16.
Fayette-Ware (44) — Andeshia Clark 7, Mariah Jackson 7, Lashonda Linley 2, Timia Tharpe 6, Travon Williams 16, Morgan Boiling 2, Shakaya Hullum 2, A. Rosser 2.
Covington / 23 / 12 / 19 / 17—71
Fayette-Ware / 10 / 10 / 14 / 10—44
Records — Covington 3-1, Fayette-Ware 0-4.
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Bolton (62) — Destiny Arnold 7, Kayla Bolden 12, Samaria Grandberry 3, Charity Savage 19, Taylor Smith 7, Heaven Thompson 6, Kerrice Watson 8.
Germantown (47) — Takira Clay 15, Brianna Cowans 4, Brittney Cowans 1, DeMarica Johnson 3, Brittney Parmenter 10, Scarlett Sadler 5, Brianna Burks 9.
Bolton / 14 / 19 / 13 / 16—62
Germantown / 9 / 11 / 16 / 11—47
Records — Germantown 2-2.
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Bartlett (28) — Kelsey Baker 6, Stella Gill 2, Jessica Jackson 2, Tavia Rodgers 8, Shondria Scruggs 10.
Houston (60) — Cheridan Burroughs 7, Taylor Christian 2, Mary Collins 6, Aysha Harris 11, Marissa Knox 2, Sydney Malone 6, Madeson McCarter 11, Jaida Roper 8, Shannon Sharp 5, Riley White 2.
Bartlett / 8 / 2 / 10 /  8—28
Houston / 13 / 14 / 14 / 19—60
Records — Bartlett 2-1, Houston 3-1.
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Craigmont (45) — Kiara Caswell 8, Danielle Conley 15, Miara Holliday 5, Morgan Morris 7, Daja Scurlock 10.
Melrose (32) — Tierney Blair 1, Sky Bright 4, Keanna Conner 6, Kelsey Green 4, Keosha Wilson 17.
Craigmont / 4 / 16 / 15 / 10—45
Melrose / 8 / 8 / 5 / 11—32
Records — Craigmont 2-0, Melrose 1-1.
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Munford (45) — Phenicia Howard 3, Shania Johnson 5, Johnna Jones 2, Precious Mills 9, Lindsey Owen 8, Kierra Richardson 16, Alex Wherry 2.
Millington (32) — Jherika Brown 3, Glenda Garner 7, Kiana Johnson 7, Gabby Knox 2, Kendra Richardson 11, Lindsey Harris 2.
Munford / 7 / 16 / 14 / 8—45
Millington / 10 / 5 / 10 / 7—32
Records — Munford 2-1, Millington 0-4.
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Oakhaven (67) — B. Wells 8, T. Brown 2, D. Wiggins 40, L. Jones 4, M. Lewis 13.
Overton (64) — P. Atkins 15, K. Green 10, J. Jones 9, F. Walker 11, K. Williams 8, R. Echols 3, L. Douglas 8.
Oakhaven / 9 / 26 / 11 / 21—67
Overton / 19 / 18 / 11 / 16—64
Records — Overton 1-1.
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Cordova (51) — Michaela Campbell 18, Zakyia Head 5, Jerhonise Rollins 4, Karari Samuels 12, K’yanna Terry 10, Amber Turner 2.
Raleigh-Egypt (64) — Brenda Fields 15, Corlisha Howard 15, Jenko Isom 2, Irena James 3, Manaya Jones 27, I. Tutton 2.
Cordova / 13 / 14 / 16 / 8—51
Raleigh-Egypt / 19 / 17 / 20 / 8—64
Records — Raleigh-Egypt 2-1.
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Fairley (40) — Sabrina Alexander 2, Mildreca Cox 2, Destiny Fifer 3, Marnesha Hamer 22, Sariah Smith 1, Darriel Wilson 1, Daija Washington 7, Rougi Barry 2.
Washington (58) — Dominique Chatman 15, Rakesha Curry 10, Kyla Harris 6, Myneisha Johnson 4, Tierney Keaton 7, Asia Mosley 8, Kinyatta Smith 5, Niesha Thomas 3.
Fairley / 5 / 15 / 5 / 15—40
Washington / 14 / 12 / 15 / 17—58
Records — Washington 1-1.
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Westminster (38) — Rachel Halford 1, Ellie Lyons 16, Lee Stanley 9, M.K. Stanley 4, Jessica Poovey 2, Georgeanne Wells 4, Abby Ray 2.
West Memphis Christian (17) — Mackenzie Blann 10, Lauren Pike 3, Alicia Morris 2, Madison Pike 2.
Westminster / 14 / 12 / 6 / 6—38
West Memphis Christian / 0 / 4 / 11 / 2—17
Records — Westminster 3-1.
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Friday, November 22, 2013

Womens College Basketball Daily News - November 22, 2013

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Baylor forward Nina Davis takes a rebound against Savannah State guard Jasmine Kirkland


Alabama: Women's Basketball Inks Meoshonti Knight
Baylor: No. 9 Women's Hoops Defeats Savannah State, 99-31
Brown: Women's Basketball Rallies in the Second Half to Upend Bryant, 66-61
Connecticut: No. 1 UConn Rolls to 114-68 Win Over Oregon
Fairfield: Women's Basketball Clipped By Lehigh 73-67 in Home Opener
Duke: Gray Guides No. 2 Duke to 88-69 Win Over Vanderbilt
ETSU: Falls in home opener vs. Morehead State, 77-69
Florida Atlantic: FAU Women's Basketball Leashes Leathernecks
Florida: Gator Rally Falls Short Against Florida State
Florida State: Jones' 24 Leads `Noles Past Gators
Houston: Cougars Claw Past North Texas; 66-61
Iowa: Women's Basketball Falls at Colorado, 90-87
Kentucky: Uses Balanced Attack to Down Lipscomb
Lake Erie: Thrice is nice: Lake Erie 3-0 after road win at Ohio Valley
Louisville: Women Rout Ohio, 90-33
Massachusetts: Women's Basketball Upsets Rutgers, 64-63
Michigan State: Michigan State 80, Detroit 41
Minnesota: Gophers Top Kansas, 70-59
Nebraska: Husker Class Climbs to No. 9 by ESPN
Northern Colorado: Women's hoops withstands three-point barrage by Adams State
Northwestern: New 'Cats: Allie Tuttle
Northwestern: Team Effort Guides Northwestern Past Hofstra, 74-57
Ole Miss: Women's Basketball Signs Three During Early Signing Period
Oregon: Falls to No. 1 Ranked UConn
Pittsburgh: Pitt Women's Basketball Drops 83-75 Decision at Michigan
Penn State: No. 15/14 Lady Lions Breeze by Bison, 92-49
Saint Francis: Stumbles on the Road at George Mason
San Francisco: USF Falls to Hot-Shooting Spartans, 98-79
St. John's: Women's Hoops Wins Fourth-Straight Behind Handford & Thompson Double-Doubles
Stony Brook: Balanced scoring pushes #Seawolves past Fairleigh Dickinson, 68-58
South Alabama: Colonel Guard Duo Too Much As Jags Fall 68-60 In Home Opener
Tennessee: Adickes Talks About Creating Summitt Statue
Tennessee: Lady Vols Surpass 50,000 Likes
Truman State: Women's Basketball Adds Four Following November Signing Period
UAB: Blazers' Comeback Falls Short At Chattanooga
UNC: Tar Heels Dominate Chanticleers, 106-52
UNI: Picks Up 86-82 Win Over NDSU In Fargo
Vanderbilt: Strong second half carries No. 2/2 Duke past Vanderbilt
Villanova: Kane Leads Wildcats to Overtime Win at Sacred Heart
Youngstown State: Penguins Make 11 3s, Beat Northern Kentucky 67-53 for Barnes's First Win

Girls Basketball Scores - November 21, 2013

From Commercial Appeal Box Scores 

Mitchell (58) — Marquesha Fennell 11, Demiya Grandberry 12, Derinisha Taylor 23, Zakiyyah Withers 3, Chasity Jones 6, Nicole Johnson 3.
Bolivar (75) — Quintella Bills 2, Kenylsha Brynat 8, Nakeeta Franklin 8, Shelby Jimmerson 17, Kiya Sain 24, Chloe Seever 1, Kayla Waddell 10, S. Mathews 2, M. Taylor 2, K. Simon 1.
Mitchell / 14 / 15 / 16 / 13—58
Bolivar / 16 / 18 / 26 / 15—75
Records — Mitchell 1-1.
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FCA Nighthawks (50) — Bailye McCune 2, Jennifer Milewski 10, Samantha Price 16, Laura Spradlin 4, Grace Wade 16, Sarah Wakefield 2.
ECS (52) — Kate Jamison 10, Caroline Jamison 6, Emily Lytle 15, Sara Lytle 9, Celia Owens 2, Avery Sippel 10.
FCA Nighthawks / 14 / 11 / 10 /  7 / 8— / 50
ECS / 13 / 7 / 12 / 10 / 10— / 52
Records — FCA Nighthawks 2-2, ECS 3-0.
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St. Mary’s (56) — Kaylan Pugh 26, Margaret Cowens 4, Mary Caroline Newman 8, Abby Huber 9, Brett Silver 2, Moll Hannah 1, Wesley Richards 4, Olivia Landau 2.
Hutchison (40) — Anna Amagliani 9, Griffin Gearhardt 1, Carolyn Kelley 11, Macy McCullough 8, Reba Moody 7, Carter Stovall 3, Anna Threkeld 1.
St. Mary’s / 15 / 14 / 8 / 19—56
Hutchison / 7 / 13 / 13 /  7—40
Records — St. Mary’s 2-0, Hutchison 1-1.
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Southaven (79) — Staples 8, Wilson 4, Lane 25, Evans 4, Williams 4, Morgan 2, Johnson 6, Moore 10, Brown 6, Smith 4, Walters 6.
Lewisburg (49) — Lindy Anderson 2, Madison Baldwyn 2, Janice Farris 2, Destiny Gardner 22, Ashlea Harvey 19, Kelsey Watkins 2.
Southaven / 21 / 18 / 30 / 10—79
Lewisburg / 12 / 6 / 25 /  6—49
Records — Lewisburg 1-4.
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Macon Road (20) — Amber Biglow 2, Tori Harris 2, Savannah Harville 6, Brooke Anderson 4, Rachel Lawrence 6.
Rossville Christian (36) — Kara Novarese 8, Taylor Robertson 10, Caroline Loftin 10, Mary Catherine Mathis 7, Brianna Long 1.
Macon Road / 1 / 6 / 3 / 10—20
Rossville Christian / 8 / 11 / 11 /  6—36
Records — Rossville Christian 1-0.
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Soulsville (14) — Zaire Hicks 2, Maria Mohammed 8, Tianna Williams 4.
St. George’s (60) — Catherine Cantu 2, Lindsey Cayce 6, Molly Courtney 6, Madeline East 7, Grace Hunt 12, Madison Lathum 2, Olivia Roberts 16, Shelby Sims 9.
Soulsville / 0 / 6 / 6 / 2—14
St. George’s / 19 / 17 / 16 / 8—60
Records — St. George’s 4-0.
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MHEA (67) — Ashley Carson 6, Jamie Crum 24, Torri Lewis 26, Bailey Wilkes 3, Kyler Loadhiot 8.
Whitehaven (75) — Lake Blache 17, Erica Dean 6, Orya Turner 4, Myah McCoy 2, Brandy Clay 7, Latia Coleman 21, Tia Polk 1, Ariel Williams 17.
MHEA / 17 / 15 / 19 / 16—67
Whitehaven / 12 / 20 / 25 / 18—75
Records — Whitehaven 1-0.

Thursday, November 21, 2013

Womens College Basketball Daily News - November 21, 2013

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UT Arlington forward Briana Walker attempts to drive around Oklahoma guard Sharane Campbell

Appalachian State : Mountaineers Drop Thriller at Gardner-Webb
Auburn: Women's Basketball Dominates Alabama A&M, 77-49
Boston: Women's Basketball Suffers 78-68 Setback to Yale
Duke: McCallie Adds No. 2 Class for 2014-15
Georgia State: UCF Rallies Past Panthers 85-77
Grand Canyon: Antelopes Improve to 2-0 with 79-52 Win Over WNMU
Harvard: Strong Second Half Leads Harvard Women’s Basketball Past FIU, 64-52
Monmouth: Delaware Defeats Monmouth Women's Basketball, 72-58
Mount St. Mary's: Women’s Basketball Falls at Lehigh
MTSU: Second half run carries Arkansas past Blue Raiders
Oakland: MIAMI'S Hot Shooting Downs Oakland 86-68
Oklahoma: Sooners Cruise Past Mavericks
Purdue: RIP Squad Diaries
Texas: Women's Basketball defeats New Mexico, 67-52 for third straight win
Wake Forest: Deacs Hold on For 69-66 Victory Over Davidson
William & Mary: Women's Basketball Drops Heartbreaker 61-60 to High Point in Home Opener
Wisconsin: Rosie Gambino signs with Wisconsin women's basketball
UCF: Women's Basketball Stays Hot with Win at Georgia State
Utah State: Behind Schlott's Career-High 37, Utah State Women's Basketball Stops Utah, 77-61, Tuesday

Girls Basketball Scores - November 20, 2013

From Commercial Appeal Box Scores 

Hernando (44) — Miracle Cobb 4, Savannah McCann 11, Alyssa Sanders 10, Lizzie Lloyd 12, Patrice Hall 5, Kayleo Stone 2.
Center Hill (59) — Erin Cross 13, Reagan Elliott 9, Kiara Golden 18, Kalexis Judge 2, Kirmesha Oliver 3, Teirsten Saunders 8, NeNe Whiting 6.
Hernando / 8 / 10 / 10 / 16—44
Center Hill / 19 / 16 / 16 /  8—59
Records — Center Hill 4-1.
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St. George’s (51) — Catherine Cantu 7, Lindsey Cayce 6, Molly Courtney 8, Grace Hunt 6, Olivia Roberts 24.
Catholic (27) — A. Hooker 10, A. Miller 2, S. Dease 1, L. Jackson 2, G. Morris 6, S. Gulledge 2, E. Pettigrew 2, S. Harris 2.
St. George’s / 13 / 8 / 16 / 14—51
Catholic / 1 / 8 / 6 / 12—27
Records — St. George’s 3-0, Catholic 0-2.
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MAHS (49) — Schuechia Anderson 14, Kendall Berry 8, Kierra Chambers 16, India Daniels 1, Crystal Lindsey 6, Tysiana Wilson 2, Courtney Berry 2.
Douglass (64) — Marquera Carnes 14, Jahmere Dangerfield 4, Ashonti Harper 6, Gazmyne Herndon 24, Benesha Rainey 16.
MAHS / 8 / 12 / 9 / 20—49
Douglass / 14 / 21 / 16 / 13—64
Records — Douglass 4-0.
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Fairley (30) — Sabrina Alexander 5, Mildreca Cox 4, Maraesha Hamer 13, Danielle Wilson 5, Barry Rougui 3.
Melrose (52) — Keosha Wilson 12, Tierney Blair 9, Tatyana Johnson 8, Keanna Conner 6, Kelsey Green 6, Sky Bright 5, Rodneysha Bell 4, Joelysh Spencer 2.
Fairley / 9 / 7 / 4 / 10—30
Melrose / 8 / 19 / 15 / 10—52
Records — Fairley 0-1, Melrose 1-0.
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St. Agnes (46) — Caroline Cook 11, Lizzie Harris 2, Wallis Jenkins 9, Amanda Lammey 5, Nicole Mabry 6, Sarah Sneed 13.
St. Mary’s (51)Kaylan Pugh 36, Margaret Cowens 2, Mary Harper Robinson 2, Mary Caroline Newman 4, Leslie Richards 2, Abby Huber 5.
St. Agnes / 12 / 12 / 12 / 10—46
St. Mary’s / 8 / 10 / 16 / 17—51
Records — St. Agnes 1-1, St. Mary’s 1-0.

Wednesday, November 20, 2013

3 Things to Learn from Oklahoma State’s Marcus Smart’s Performance against Memphis

By Patosha Jeffery

If you are one of my Facebook friends you know that I was livid about the Memphis Tigers - Oklahoma State game. I live in Memphis, TN. I grew up watching Memphis Tigers basketball. I played for the Lady Tigers team and graduated from the University of Memphis. So my blood bleeds blue.

Since I shared all my disappointments with the Tigers on Facebook, I wanted to share some tips for players on here.

Oklahoma State Marcus SmartDo You know YOU

Oklahoma State's sophomore guard, Marcus Smart, was a possible NBA lottery pick, if he would have left after his freshman year of college. However, he passed up millions of dollars to return to school and work on his game. He understood what his strengths and weaknesses were as a player.

I've watched a lot of basketball over the years. It really disappoints me to watch talented players not get better. Countless times I've seen highly talented middle school players enter high school only to graduate with the same skills and lack of basketball IQ.

Take some time and evaluate your game. Even better - have someone with higher basketball knowledge to evaluate your game. Get an understanding of your strengths and weaknesses. Then do something about it. Get to work.

Do You know Your Opponent

During the game, ESPN showed a short segment of the teams warming up prior to the game. Instead of warming up with the rest of his teammates, Marcus Smart and another player, was sitting at their bench watching Memphis warm up and talking strategy.

Playing basketball is one thing. Knowing basketball is another.

It's not always about being the most talented player. However, the smartest player has the advantage. On the college level, teams prepare for their opponent by scouting the other team. They study what the other team does well and does not so well. You can do the same thing.

You are at a greater advantage when you can outsmart and stabilize your opponent.

Be a Team Player

Marcus Smart made his team better. He lead his team with his actions and his words. You were always seeing him talking, encouraging and celebrating with his teammates. He finished the game with 39 points and also lead the team with 5 assists.

It was so disappointing to watch as Memphis came down the court in their have court set and make less than 2 passes. The entire game you saw someone attempting to get to the basket against 3,4,5 defenders.

What was also as equally disappointing was no leader rose to the occasion for Memphis. Not one person pulled the other players together to talk. It was like all players were for themselves.

To win basketball games takes team effort. It will take all players working together for the common goal. It will start when someone takes the leadership role on the court.

6th Annual Granny's Girls Basketball Camp

6th Annual
Patosha Jeffery's
Granny's Girls Basketball Camp
Benefiting the American Cancer Society

When: Saturday, November 23, 2013
9:15am – 11:00am

Check-In 8:45am-9:15am
Please Wear Athletic Attire

Where: Ridgeway Baptist Church
Christian Life Center
2500 Ridgeway Rd,
Memphis, TN 38119-7499
MapQuest


Ages: 7-14
Limited to First 50 Registered Players
Admission: Two 6-packs of Ensure Shakes

Call (901) 634-4785 or email popo@girlsbasketballtrainer.com for more information

Womens College Basketball Daily News - November 20, 2013

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Maryland guard Laurin Mincy (1) gets tangled with George Washington forward Caira Washington (3) in November 19, 2014 game

Baylor: Sims Leads No. 9 WBB Past Rice, 79-46
Colorado State: Rams announce another addition to 2014-15 roster
Cornell: Syracuse Hands Women’s Basketball First Loss Of The Season
Eastern Illinois: Women's Basketball Signs Fourth Recruit
Georgetown: Hoyas Ink Two to National Letters of Intent
Georgia: Lady Bulldogs Cruise Past Furman 72-48
Georgia Tech: Pioneer Spirit
Kentucky: UK Hoops' Drake Out for Season
Maryland: Outruns George Washington, 87-51
Memphis: University of Memphis Women's Basketball Moves to 3-1 With 77-64 Victory
Michigan: Stapleton Joins Wolverines Early Signing Class
St. Bonaventure: Healy's Double-Double Powers @BonniesWBB To Win Over Niagara, 73-57
St. Bonaventure: Gabby Richmond Named Atlantic 10 Rookie of the Week
SMU: Hives-McCray Leads SMU To 91-52 Win Against MVSU
South Carolina: Staley Lands New York's Finest in Bianca Cuevas
Tennessee: @LadyVol_Hoops Report - 11.19.13
Valparaiso: Women's Basketball Signs Four Recruits

Memphis - Jackson State Highlights

Girls Basketball Scores - November 19, 2013

From Commercial Appeal Box Scores 

Brighton (28) — Bailee Beard 2, Danielle Collins 3, Kaelyn Forbes 4, Alyssa Hunt 5, Shayna Johnson 12, Jada Johnson 2.
Bolton (61) — Destiny Arnold 2, Kayla Bolden 6, Samaria Grandberry 6, Jaelyan Jones 6, Courtney Rhodes 3, Kiersten Rodgers 2, Charity Savage 14, Taylor Smith 7, Tenia Strobridge 1, Heaven Thompson 10, Kerrice Watson 4.
Brighton / 7 / 6 / 8 / 7—28
Bolton / 24 / 16 / 17 / 4—61
Records — Bolton 1-0.
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Northside (21) — Diamond Adams 1, Marlisha Applewhite 2, Davida Beal 5, Amber Mitchell 11, Sherika Roby 2.
Cordova (54) — Karari Samuels 7, Zakyia Head 2, Jaszmine Mohammad 6, Nijahla Maples 4, Khari Kirkwood 4, Michaela Campbell 15, K’yanna Terry 8, Amber Turner 6, Jerhonise Rollins 2.
Northside / 2 / 7 / 4 / 8—21
Cordova / 17 / 16 / 17 / 4—54
Records — Northside 0-1, Cordova 1-0.
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Immaculate Conception (21) — Shelbi Avant 9, Georgette Redmond 10, Keri Damore 2.
ECS (64) — Hope Gribble 2, Lindsey Hill 4, Kate Jamison 2, Caroline Jamison 2, Daisha Jiles 9, Emily Lytle 6, Sara Lytle 7, Molly Martin 5, Celia Owens 2, Jordan Shackleford 3, Avery Sippel 22.
IC / 0 / 2 / 10 / 9—21
ECS / 19 / 15 / 27 / 3—64
Records — ECS 3-0 (1-0, Divison 2-A).
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Tipton-Rosemark Aca. (59) — Taylor Beasley 20, Brook Bridges 2, Bethany Burger 9, Alexa Crum 5, Sarah Hall 8, Allie Maifeh 8, Virginia Moore 2, Hannah Quinn 5.
FACS (58) — Samantha Chauklis 8, Miller Cole 10, Sarah Laney 4, Bionka Massey 17, Carmen Moore 14, Madison Messmer 4, Shanlanda Berkley 1.
Tipton-Rosemark / 13 / 13 / 17 / 16—59
FACS / 8 / 10 / 18 / 22—58
Records — FACS 1-2.
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Halls (44) — Gooch 2, Claybrook 18, Broglin 11, Davis 1, Houston 11, Flower 1.
Fayette Aca. (53) — Amber Johnson 16, Rebekah Moffatt 7, Kayli Skelton 8, Holly Slocum 3, Margy Westbrook 15, Anna Barron 4.
Halls / 15 / 14 / 5 / 10—44
Fayette Aca. / 15 / 8 / 14 / 16—53
Records — Fayette Aca. 3-1.
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Liberty Tech (33) — T. Brooks 3, C. Fisher 3, J. Johnson 5, K. Linton 4, A. Collins 8, T. Pearson 7, B. Batchelor 1, L. Marcell 2.
Hamilton (55) — Keiona McDonald 3, Tesia Thompson 21, Briauna Mitchell 7, Tieasha Williams 1, Brandy Davis 8, Telisha McNeal 2, Myyela Isaac 2, Shamya London 8, Sarita Jackson 2, Undrea Porter 1.
Liberty Tech / 7 / 6 / 13 /  7—33
Hamilton / 13 / 11 / 14 / 17—55
Records — Hamilton 2-0.
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Westminster (29) — Rachel Halford 4, Ellie Lyons 12, Lee Stanley 7, M.K. Stanley 4, Georgeanne Wells 1, Laura Johnson 1.
Hutchison (48) — Macy McCullough 5, Griffin Gearhardt 2, Carolyn Kelley 21, Anna Amagliani 12, Carter Stovall 4, Reba Moody 4.
Westminster / 11 / 3 / 5 / 10—29
Hutchison / 10 / 11 / 13 / 14—48
Records — Hutchison 1-0.
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Raleigh-Egypt (74) — Brenda Fields 12, Corlisha Howard 32, Irena James 4, Manaya Jones 19, Doriel Ray 1, Jenko Isom 6.
Kingsbury (45) — Jessica Burnside 10, Denise Money 6, Martha Eddings 3, Canzis Echols 10, Irma Montes 6, LaTerykah Austin 9, Taya Banks 1.
Raleigh-Egypt / 17 / 14 / 27 / 16—74
Kingsbury / 9 / 15 / 11 / 10—45
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Carver (50) — Sutton 8, Davison 4, Bailey 2, Thomas 3, Kirkwood 6, Moore 15, Mason 12.
Manassas (62) — Joslyn Basemore 22, Bre’una Butler 3, Amisha Gales 9, Antarraka Malone 1, Shyanne Stevenson 17, Jasmine Walker 7, Ranisha Brown 3.
Carver / 8 / 10 / 18 / 14—50
Manassas / 16 / 17 / 16 / 13—62
Records — Carver 0-1, Manassas 2-1.
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Dyer Co. (69) — Hicks 14, Owen 12, Crain 10, Jackson 9, Mauply 4, Thompson 10, Spence 5, Enochs 3, Marbury 2.
Millington (38) — Tamia Aldridge 4, Jherika Brown 5, Tayunna Hickerson 2, Glenda Garner 4, Gabby Knox 4, Kendra Richardson 10, Marquisha Sanders 9.
Dyer Co. / 19 / 25 / 17 / 8—69
Millington / 6 / 12 / 11 / 9—38
Records — Dyer Co. 2-0, Millington 0-3.
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Kirby (76) — G. Banks 11, K. Banks 7, M. Banks 24, S. Neal 8, J. Walton 13, T. Pettis 8, Garner 1, Bunton 4.
Sheffield (38) — Spearman 2, Bullock 5, Phillips 2, Guy 11, White 6, Beason 4, Cage 8.
Kirby / 26 / 23 / 18 / 9—76
Sheffield / 10 / 10 / 10 / 8—38
Records — Kirby 1-0, Sheffield 0-1.
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Fayette-Ware (37) — Mariah Jackson 1, Timia Tharpe 12, Travon Williams 18, Teakera Malone 2, Lashonda Lindsey 4.
Southwind (51) — Keyonte Butts 4, Ciara Douglas 8, Pinkie Fossett 2, Destiny Henderson 5, Rochelle Lee 9, Destinee Manning 10, Ebony Shaw 4, Jasmine Suggs 5, Asjah Anthony 4.
Fayette-Ware / 0 / 11 / 15 / 11—37
Southwind / 18 / 13 / 9 / 11—51
Records — Southwind 2-0.
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Germantown (50) — Brianna Cowans 9, Bianca Matthews 5, Brittney Parmenter 13, Scarlett Sadler 7, Kayla Jones 1, Takira Clay 6, Brittney Cowans 3, Daizcha Scott 2, DeMarica Johnson 4.
St. Benedict (31) — Bailey Coppedge 4, Nicole Ferris 2, Kaitlin Haynes 2, Courtney Parker 8, Braxton Powers 9, Camille Trice 3, Emily Sosnowski 3.
Germantown / 11 / 9 / 17 / 13—50
St. Benedict / 2 / 8 / 9 / 12—31
Records — Germantown 2-1, St. Benedict 0-3.
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Craigmont (68) — Jessica Rogers 2, Alexis McFarland 9, Lakeidra Greer 8, Miara Holliday 2, Kiara Caswell 4, Morgan Morris 14, Danielle Conley 8, Tijuana Griggs 2, Daja Scurlock 19.
Washington (32) — Kyla Harris 1, Dominique Chatman 3, Kinyatta Smith 2, Rakesha Curry 11, Myneisha Johnson 1, Tierney Keaton 4, Deneshia Lane 6, Asia Mosley 4.
Craigmont / 22 / 20 / 20 / 6—68
Washington / 4 / 10 / 10 / 8—32
Records — Washington 0-1.
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Hillcrest (37) — M. Overstreet 10, K. Echols 20, M. Mayes 1, B. Smith 2, D. Young 2, D. Hill 2.
Westwood (38) — Marique Burton 5, Angelina Blue 17, Jerica Johnson 8, Breuana Boyd 6, Frankie McGory 2.
Hillcrest / 9 / 10 / 8 / 10—37
Westwood / 4 / 8 / 14 / 12—38
Records — Westwood 1-1.
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Houston (60) — Amber Braxton 3, Cheridan Burroughs 2, Mary Collins 2, Aysha Harris 18, Sydney Malone 2, Jaida Roper 16, Shannon Sharp 2, Marissa Knox 11, Madeson McCarter 4.
White Station (73) — Imana Robertson 16, Maya Barnes 18, Courtney Banks 11, Brazia Jones 6, Taylor Hayes 1, Lakyia Parker 7, Damiah Griffin 14.
Houston / 12 / 11 / 19 / 18—60
White Station / 22 / 16 / 20 / 15—73
Records — White Station 1-0.
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Tuesday, November 19, 2013

Mississippi Girls High school top performers Week of Nov. 11-17

from ClarionLedger.com
 
OCTAVIA BARNES, Hinds AHS: Scored 25 points in a win over Raymond and 26 in a 59-37 loss to Clinton.
CARMEN CARTER, MRA: Scored 26 points in a 44-29 win over Copiah.
FANTASIA ERVIN, O’Bannon: Scored 26 points in a 64-53 loss to South Delta.
DESTINY GARDNER, Lewisburg: Scored 30 points in a 68-63 loss to Hernando.
ANNA GRACE GOVERO, Mt. Salus: Threw in 40 points in a 63-42 win over Rebul.
SHONTE HAILES, Quitman: Had 24 points, 10 assists and 8 rebounds in a 62-36 win over Laurel.
TATYANA LOFTON, Murrah: Had 32 points, 6 rebounds and 6 steals in an 84-31 victory over Wingfield.
CHRISTA REED, Bay: Scored 31 points and pulled down 10 rebounds in an 84-49 win over St. Martin.
MARYANNA STORY, Veritas: Had a triple-double in each game in wins over Benton and Lamar Christian, totaling 33 points, 25 assists and 21 rebounds.
VICTORIA VIVIANS, Scott Central: Totaled 101 points, 24 rebounds and 11 steals in wins over West Lauderdale and Leake County.
MYYAH WEST, Prentiss: Scored 14 points and grabbed 18 rebounds in a 56-35 win over North Forrest.
AJA WILLIAMS, Provine: Had 26 points 7 rebounds and 6 assists in a 66-54 win over Northwest Rankin.
NHAMIA WILSON, Tchula-Marshall: Totaled 40 points and 18 rebounds in a win over McClain and a loss to Greenwood.

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Girls Basketball Scores - November 18, 2013

From Commercial Appeal Box Scores

FCA Nighthawks (57) — Bailye McCune 4, Jennifer Milewski 19, Samantha Price 17, Laura Spradlin 14, Sarah Wakefield 3.
Bartlett (52) — Shelby Organ 5, Shondria Scruggs 15, Jessica Jackson 11, Tavia Rodgers 5, Kelsey Baker 7, Stella Gill 7, Taylor Bridges 2.
FCA Nighthawks / 14 / 11 / 15 / 17—57
Bartlett / 12 / 15 / 14 / 11—52
Records — FCA Nighthawks 2-1, Bartlett 0-1.
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Arlington (46) — Reagyn Branch 2, Maya Brown 2, Ashley Lee 5, Callie McMorran 2, Cheiyanne Norton 15, Torrie Sewell 2, Samantha Souers 5, Raylin Starks 13.
Collierville (32) — Amber Baldwyn 6, Jessica Brown 10, Cullen Crocker 2, Kara Harbin 3, Kennedy Kivisto 3, Megan Loden 5, Madison Rozier 3.
Arlington / 10 / 13 / 10 / 13—46
Collierville / 10 / 8 / 10 /  4—32
Records — Collierville 1-1.
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Strayhorn (19) — Bradford 3, Hunter 9, Hannah 2, Childers 3, Davis 2.
Lewisburg (56) — Janice Farris 2, Destiny Gardner 20, Ashlea Harvey 16, Molly Murphy 2, Kelsey Watkins 5, Diamond Johnson 2, Victoria Greer 2, Kacie Freeman 7.
Strayhorn / 8 / 7 / 2 / 2—19
Lewisburg / 17 / 27 / 4 / 8—56
Records — Lewisburg 1-3.
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Northpoint (65) — Ashtyn Baker 6, Katie Barnes 5, Lindsay Bramlitt 2, Lauren Decembrino 15, Lauren Gross 5, Karlie Hughes 10, Kimberlee Keltner 15, Hannah Shafer 1, Andrea Sparkman 6.
Magnolia Heights (28) — Gibson 3, Archer 7, Thompson 4, Robertson 4, Young 4, Sandridge 4, Lambert 1, Ladd 1.
Northpoint / 18 / 24 / 20 / 3—65
Magnolia Heights / 8 / 9 / 8 / 3—28
Records — Northpoint 3-0, Magnolia Heights 3-1.
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Douglass (65) — Marquera Carnes 6, Ashonti Harper 25, Lakesha Harper 2, Gazmyne Herndon 14, Benesha Rainey 12, Kierra Morris 2, Ashley Tipton 2, Dajuanique Powell 2.
MAHS (32) — Kierra Chambers 15, Kendall Berry 2, Schuechia Anderson 3, Crystal Lindsey 2, India Daniels 8, Tysiana Wilson 2.
Douglass / 16 / 24 / 15 / 10—65
MAHS / 4 / 10 / 8 / 10—32
Records — Douglass 3-0.
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St. Agnes (39) — Caroline Cook 8, Wallis Jenkins 4, Amanda Lammey 8, Nicole Mabry 2, Sarah Sneed 7, Amelia Wigley 2, Lizzie Harris 3, Olivia Gattuso 5.
Marshall Aca. (32) — Elizabeth Skelton 13, Carrie Graham 5, Chook Offner 3, Blake Martin 11.
St. Agnes / 10 / 10 / 9 / 10—39
Marshall Aca. / 10 / 7 / 10 /  5—32
Records — St. Agnes 3-0.
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Covington (52) — Precious Harvey 16, Janekia Mason 14, Treasury Poindexter 12, LeShaundra Somerville 8, Iesha Tipton 2.
Overton (62) — A. Willis 2, D. Dailey 2, P. Atkins 22, F. Walker 6, J. Jones 2, K. Green 23, K. Williams 5.
Covington / 15 / 5 / 12 / 20—52
Overton / 12 / 16 / 19 / 15—62
Records — Overton 1-0.