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Thursday, January 31, 2013

Girls Basketball Scores - January 30, 2013

St. Mary's (50)Ellen Cowens 7, Molly Hanna 2, Abby Huber 3, Kelsie Jones 2, Mary Caroline Newman 6, Kaylan Pugh 30.
FACS (46)Shalanda Berkley 6, Sam Choukalas 3, Sarah Laney 2, Carmen Moore 13, Natalie Smith 22.
St. Mary's 18 6 8 18—50
FACS 14 9 15 8—46
Records — FACS 6-10.
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Hutchison (23)Rainey Charbonnet 2, Sarah Hearn 2, Carolyn Kelley 10, Caroline Kyle 2, Weldon Saunders 2, C. Lawhead 4, M. Robbins 1.
MHEA (56)Jamie Croom 11, Tori Lewis 16, Emily Lytle 4, Sara Lytle 15, Iliana Thompson 2, Jada Walding 4, B. White 4.
Hutchison 2 4 10 7—23
MHEA 21 14 9 12—56
Records — Hutchison 0-15, MHEA 18-2.
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St. Benedict (68)Ashlee Banks 4, Taylor Barnes 14, Nicole Ferris 7, Madison Luckett 20, Erin Peel 6, Braxton Powers 2, Vicki Stepherson 4, Theresa Stoddard 2, Paige Williams 9.
Soulsville (32)Z. Hicks 12, Mariah Muhammad 3, Taylor White 13, Tiara Williams 4.
St. Benedict 22 3 26 17—68
Soulsville 7 13 10 2—32
Records — St. Benedict 12-10.
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SBEC (50)Karlie Hughes 11, Kimberlee Keltner 16, Kayleigh Patterson 7, Karlee Russom 8, Andrea Sparkman 8.
St. Mary's (41) Ellen Cowens 2, Abby Huber 5, Kelsie Jones 8, Mary Caroline Newman 3, Kaylan Pugh 20, Wesley Richards 3.
SBEC 14 8 16 12—50
St. Mary's 14 4 9 14—41
Records — St. Mary's 8-7 (4-5, Div. 2-A).

Brittany Grant Commercial Appeal Player of the Week

Brittany Grant, Horn Lake: Grant, one of three seniors on the team, played a key role in Horn Lake's victory over then top-ranked Southaven Tuesday, scoring 15 points and knocking down a couple of big 3-pointers. Last Friday, she contributed 14 points in a victory over DeSoto Central.

Commercial Appeal Dandy Dozen Girls Basketball Rankings - January 30, 2013

Team / Record / Previous rank
1. Horn Lake / 19-1 / 2
2. Southaven / 19-3 / 1
3. Central / 16-4 / 3
4. Briarcrest / 21-1 / 4
5. Ridegway / 20-2 / 5
6. MHEA / 18-2 / 6
7. Covington / 24-2 / 7
8. Overton / 22-4 / 8
9. FCA / 21-5 / 10
10. Center Hill / 19-5 / 11
11. Manassas / 16-4 / 12
12. Houston / 17-5 / 12

2013 Shelby County Middle Schools Sectional Tournament Bracket


2013 Shelby County Sectionals

Championship: Mt. Pisgah vs Riverdale
Both Teams receive automatic bid to State Tournament 

Mt. Pisgah has participated in my Intensity Camp as a team the last two years. They lost a lot of talent and experience this season due to players heading to high school. I'm happy to see that the team has grown as the season progressed.

Riverdale has come out of no where and has shocked Shelby County Middle School basketball. Check out an earlier story titled "All Out. All Game. All Season".

Congratulations to both teams!


Semi-Finals
Highland Oaks vs Mt. Pisgah
Riverdale vs Schilling Farms  

Womens College Basketball Daily News - January 31 2013

Central Michigan: Katie Johns Inspiring Chippewas to "Embrace the Challenge"
Cleveland State: Cleveland Women's Basketball Travels To Detroit For Thursday Evening Contest
Connecticut: No. 3 UConn Tops Villanova, 76-43
DePaul: Hrynko's Heroics in Final Seconds Lift DePaul Past Pittsburgh
Dominican University of California: Lady Penguins' second half cold spell melts into home loss
Empire 8 Athletic Conference: Houghton outscores Nazareth; Hawks Pull Through in Overtime at Stevens
Florida State: Davis' Progression: Just Like She Drew it Up
Illinois: Illini Hold Off Late Gopher Rally for 91-86 Win
Iowa: Printy Named Big Ten Player of the Week
Northeastern: Huskies fall 77-50 at No. 25 Delaware
Oklahoma State: No. 19 Oklahoma State Falls To West Virginia, 67-61
Pittsburgh: In Second-Straight Game, Pitt's Rally Comes Up Short; Panthers Drop 57-55 Decision at DePaul
New Hampshire: Kilpatrick, Reed Score 16 Points Apiece To Lead UNH Women's Hoops Past Maine, 61-54
Villanova: Wildcats Fall to No. 2 Connecticut

Wednesday, January 30, 2013

2013 Memphis City Middle School Basketball City Championship

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Women’s Basketball Recruiting Rules to Change

I wanted to share some interesting information released by the NCAA on January 22, 2013. My notes in red.


Division I women’s basketball coaches will be recruiting student-athletes under a new set of rules in the future.

The Board of Directors on Saturday adopted a new recruiting model that includes changes in rules governing communication with prospects, off-campus contacts, official visits, on-campus evaluations and the creation of a summer academic access model.

Read all changes at Girls Basketball Recruiting

Girls Basketball Scores - January 29, 2013

from Commercial Appeal Box Scores

Millington (60)Tiara Caldwell 8, Troi Chestnut 3, Erin Clark 11, Katie Dupree 2, Treasure Redding 14, Kendra Richardson 12, Seymon Taylor 10.
Arlington (44)Bailey Brewer 3, Chyna Ellis 7, Jessica Jackson 5, Chyeinne Norton 1, Tori Sewell 18, Raylin Starks 2, Christina Thomas 4, Mirrakhol Johnson 4.
Millington 16 20 13 11 — 60
Arlington 5 15 10 14 — 44
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Bolton (55)Destiny Arnold 2, Kayla Bolden 15, Samaria Grandberry 3, Jaelyan Jones 10, Kirsten Rodgers 2, Charity Savage 18, Kerrice Watson 5.
Bartlett (60)Kelsey Baker 1, Elanna Baptist 6, Stella Gill 10, Shelby Organ 9, Shuntavia Rodgers 19, Shondria Scruggs 13, Grace White 2.
Bolton 9 14 12 20 — 55
Bartlett 6 24 13 17 — 60
Records — Bartlett 7-15 (3-3, 14AAA).
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Fairley (31)Sabrina Alexander 6, Mildrecia Cox 5, Destiny Fifer 1, Jessica Jamison 8, C. Lumpkin 1, S. Smith 2, Deja Washington 8.
Carver (69)Shaquille Cornelious 2, Laraya Fisher 23, Mildred Goins 3, Ocatvia Moore 6, Samantha Smith 3, Lyric Stallings 18, Tarciania Sutton 2, Arnesha Wilkins 10, Lakeisha Willaims 2.
Fairley 3 15 12 1 — 31
Carver 26 12 17 14 — 69
Records — Fairley 8-9 (5-4, 16AA).
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ECS (55) Mallory Green 7, Caroline Jamison 6, Kate Jamison 19, Maggie Little 7, Molly Martin 3, Celia Owens 3, Avery Sippel 7, Mary Faith Younts 3.
Catholic (32)Suzanne Dease 5, Amber Hooker 3, Alicia Miller 4, Gaby Moore 5, Amber Nelson 2, Henrietta Wells 13.
ECS 11 14 14 16 — 55
Catholic 14 6 8 4 — 32
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Center Hill (52)Erin Cross 12, Kiara Golden 15, Courtney Hopkins 2, Kaelin Kneeland 9, Marissa Knox 7, Tersten Saunders 1, Ciera White 6.
Clarksdale-Miss. (30)Arnold 11, Gary 7, Jackson 8, Monix 4.
Center Hill 10 8 21 13 — 52
Clarksdale-Miss. 4 13 5 8 — 30
Records — Center Hill 19-5.
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Ridgeway (52) Jameka Barr 2, Brandi Beasley 10, Alexis Bryson 2, Leah Conley 2, Erin Foster 5, Ashley Jackson 5, Odegua Oigboike 14, Tieraney Paylor 12.
Collierville (31)Amber Baldwin 4, Jessica Brown 10, Monica Brown 4, Caitlin Hamm 10, Megan Loden 3.
Ridgeway 13 14 11 14 — 52
Collierville 6 10 7 8 — 31
Records — Ridgeway 19-2 (10-0, 15AAA), Collierville 12-12 (4-6, 15AAA).
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Cordova (29)Chenoa Banks 6, NaDeja Brantley 2, Michaela Campbell 12, Dominique Cunningham 5, K'yanna Terry 2, C. Shinault 2.
Craigmont (62)Natalia Campbell 1, Alessia Conley 3, Symone Cooper 5, Taylor Crutcher 4, Candice Davis 3, Shenequa Foster 7, LaKeidra Greer 4, Miara Holliday 11, Alexis McFarland 2, Sharrese Moore 9, Morgan Morris 2, Daja Scurlock 11.
Cordova 2 9 13 5 — 29
Craigmont 25 13 18 6 — 62
Records — Cordova 1-16 (0-6, 14AAA), Craigmont 10-11 (4-2, 14AAA).
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Central (65)Nina Davis 27, Meme Hill 8, Kahdeja Howell 3, Tia Hyman 3, Darriel Johnson 9, Dereka Johnson 2, Tia Wooten 13.
Hamilton (35) Brandy Davis 5, Myyela Isaac 2, Shamya London 2, Briauna Mitchell 9, Erica Shipp 2, Tieasha Williams 15.
Central 14 30 17 4 — 65
Hamilton 2 2 19 12 — 35
Records — Hamilton 7-11.
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Bishop Byrne (9) Allanna Collins 1, Alexis Fossett 8.
Harding (82)Brittany Bethel 2, Zaria Christy 7, Mary Collins 16, Victoria Dove 4, Kelsey Elkins 4, Alexis Franklin 3, Janaye Green 2, Anna Horner 4, Kaylah Keys 16, Antoinette Lewis 10, Rachel Maynard 7, Morgan Murphy 2, Callie Stubbs 5.
Bishop Byrne 6 1 0 2 — 9
Harding 24 14 28 16 — 82
Records — Harding 18-5.
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Southwind (30) Chelsea Baines 7, Kiante Butts 4, Ciara Douglas 4, Quinesha Farmer 5, Ebony Shaw 3, Jasmine Suggs 7.
Houston (45)Amber Braxton 3, Cheridan Burroughs 6, Aysha Harris 8, Sydney Malone 2, Alise Parker 4, Jaida Roper 17, Julianne Shiles 5.
Southwind 3 11 9 7 — 30
Houston 10 16 12 7 — 45
Records — Houston 17-5 (7-3, 15AAA).
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Raleigh-Egypt (43) Danesha Echols 1, Brenda Fields 15, Irena James 8, Manaya Jones 19.
Kingsbury (29)Taya Banks 2, Candis Echols 14, Martha Eddings 2, Deneise Money 6, Irma Montes 5.
Raleigh-Egypt 17 9 15 2 — 43
Kingsbury 6 6 8 9 — 29
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Germantown (52)Briana Burks 5, Takira Clay 8, Briana Cowans 2, Brittany Cowans 2, Kelsey Dolman 4, Britney Parmenter 11, Scarlett Sadler 13, Daidha Scott 5, Jasmine Williams 2.
Kirby (53) Martearanie Banks 15, Tiara Golden 2, Katriece Hairston 11, Taylor Johnson 19, April Prackett 4, TiAbre Watts 2.
Germantown 13 13 15 11 — 52
Kirby 9 14 8 22 — 53
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White Station (58) Courtney Banks 13, Miyah Barnes 8, Allanna Black 2, Alex Christian 2, Taylor Hayes 4, Dejah Montgomery 13, Emanye Robertson 10, Alxis Payne 2, Shaiana Henderson 2, Skyy Wheat 2.
Melrose (34) Skye Bright 12, Kiara Conner 8, Tanyae Ferrell 1, Tatyana Johnson 2, Quinesha Whiting 9, Renae Whiting 2.
White Station 12 14 22 10 — 58
Melrose 11 9 7 7 — 34
Records — White Station 11-6, Melrose 7-9.
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Briarcrest (49)Jasmine Cincore 10, Erin Dunseath 2, Brynn Holden 15, Elise Holden 3, Bailey Kramer 2, Rachel Peete 8, Sidney Smith 9.
Munford (45)Robneisha Lee 6, Precious Mills 3, Kierra Richardson 8, Alex Turner 6, Kierra Webb 6, Shaliyah Wiggins 16.
Briarcrest 9 9 15 16 — 49
Munford 12 15 8 10 — 45
Records — Munford 19-5.
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DeSoto Central (51) Mora Butler 3, Stormy Green 14, Imani Johnson 12, Rodneisha Martin 17, Haley Merrill 1, Nay Strickland 4.
Olive Branch (47)Ricki Hooker 11, Jasmyne Hurley 8, Kim Neal 11, Chrishoma Reddix 3, Erica Toney 10, Ladaisha Watson 4.
DeSoto Central 5 20 9 17 — 51
Olive Branch 9 13 6 19 — 47
Records — DeSoto Central 13-11.
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Wooddale (34) Elexa Guy 7, Teresa Mays 10, Andrea McElvaine 1, Jai Sanders 9, Shay Trent 5, Davaseidy Wilborn 2.
Overton (71)Philecia Atkins 13, Lyric Douglas 1, Kyler Green 11, Amber Holmes 25, Jalisa Jones 3, Kayla Williams 11, Anterrika Willis 1, Erin Wilson 6.
Wooddale 5 14 9 6 — 34
Overton 21 21 23 6 — 71
Records — Overton 22-4 (9-1, 15AAA).
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MAHS (34) Courtney Berry 5, Kendall Berry 5, Karia Chambers 22, Jamque McDonald 2.
Power Center Aca. (31) Kelsey Banks 5, Kaneskia Edwards 2, Jerica Garrett 2, Dana Moore 9, Allison Sledge 2, Rhaja White 7, Makalia Wright 4.
MAHS 6 6 7 15 — 34
Power Center Aca. 4 10 11 6 — 31
Records — Power Center Aca. 9-7.
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Covington (56)Jayla Brandon 2, Briuna Dean 2, Precious Dyson 3, Cheyenne Glasco 2, Precious Harvey 9, Ashia Jones 15, Janekia Mason 6, Treasury Poindexter 9, Leshaundra Somerville 5, Iesha Tipton 3.
Ripley-Tenn. (26)Kimarsha Barlow 2, Breyanna Dixon 2, Danielle Phillips 9, Lonchaya Rogers 6, Danielle Gasue 2, Tionna Johnson 5.
Covington 36 12 5 3 — 56
Ripley-Tenn. 2 7 4 13 — 26
Records — Covington 24-2 (14-1, 13AA), Ripley-Tenn. 2-19 (0-14, 13AA).
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Lausanne (55) Jessica Bradley 16, Reagan Patrick 20, Selena Pruitt 10, Jessica Reed 2, Caroline Rolloson 3, Kristen Wright 4.
SBEC (71) Lauren Decembrino 6, Tori Doehring 4, Karlie Hughes 9, Kimberlee Keltner 25, Kayleigh Patterson 6, Karlee Russom 17, Andrea Sparkman 4.
Lausanne 15 10 11 19 — 55
SBEC 23 17 13 18 — 71
Records — SBEC 16-6 (8-2, Div. 2-A).
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Brighton (13) — Alaina Bierdz 3, Kaelyn Forbes 3, Raygan Hoffman 2, Jada Johnson 3, Morgan Shaver 2.
St. Agnes (38) — Katie Connor 4, Olivia Gattuso 4, Lizzie Harris 11, Wallace Jenkins 6, Abby Knight 9, Amanda Lammey 2, Caroline Rickman 2.
Brighton 0 2 6 5 — 13
St. Agnes 5 17 10 6 — 38
Records — St. Agnes 11-5.
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MHEA (54) — Jamie Croom 8, Tori Lewis 8, Emily Lytle 15, Sara Lytle 13, Iliana Thompson 2, Jada Walding 2, Bailey Wilkes 4, Allison Brown 2.
St. Benedict (32) — Ashlee Banks 2, Taylor Barnes 14, Ciscily Crislip 1, Madison Luckett 5, Erin Peel 4, Neely Van Frank 2, Paige Williams 4.
MHEA 13 16 12 13 — 54
St. Benedict 12 10 7 3 — 32
Records — MHEA 18-2, St. Benedict 11-10.
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USJ (43)Natalie Allen 1, Elisa Edwards 18, Katie Exum 2, Anna Garrett 3, Haley Hall 5, Rebecca Sears 8, Sally Sykes 6.
St. George's (46) Molly Courtney 9, Madeline East 5, Mary Henley Green 8, Madison Lathum 2, Olivia Roberts 2, Shelby Sims 18, Brooke Wertner 2.
USJ 12 6 10 15 — 43
St. George's 17 11 8 10 — 46
Records — USJ 17-4, St. George's 16-5 (6-2, 2A).
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Rossville Christian (33)Kendyl Leath 3, Caroline Loftin 13, Taylor Robertson 11, Tayor Zantop 1, Brianna Zink 5.
Tipton-Rosemark Aca. (41)Taylor Beasley 5, Bethany Berger 13, Audra Bibb 2, Brooke Bridges 1, Alexa Crum 3, Sara Hall 2, Virginia Moore 7, Ally Naifeh 2, Bayleigh Nale 1, Hannah Quinn 5.
Rossville Christian 7 8 10 8 — 33
Tipton-Rosemark Aca. 12 15 9 5 — 41
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Fayette Aca. (37)Rebecca Fletcher 2, Shea Gould 4, Amber Johnson 12, Rebekah Moffatt 2, Kayli Skelton 9, Margy Westbrook 8.
Westminster (50)Malinda Allen 33, Catie Cannon 11, Rachel Halford 2, Ellie Lyons 2, M.K. Stanley 2.
Fayette Aca. 10 8 9 10 — 37
Westminster 13 15 8 14 — 50
Records — Westminster 14-4.
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Millington girls stay perfect in District 14-AAA

from Commercial Appeal
 
Millington’s girls basketball team continued its dominating play in District 14-AAA by jumping out to a 16-5 first-quarter lead on defending district champ Arlington and cruising to a 60-44 win.

The Trojans are only 10-13 overall, but inside league play they are 6-0.

“We had a real rough December, but this team is fun to be around right now,” Millington coach Bruce Marshall said. “They’re playing together, getting off to quick starts, and sharing the ball on offense.”

It was somebody different leading the way on offense each quarter for Millington. Tiara Caldwell, a 6-2 senior bound for UT-Martin, had six of her eight points in the first quarter. Treasure Redding, a 6-3 senior being looked at by CBU and Southwest Tennessee Community College, had eight of her team-high 14 in the second quarter, when Millington stretched the lead to 36-20. Senior guard Seymon Taylor had four points in each quarter of the first half and wound up the night with 10.
Junior point guard Kendra Richardson had six of her 12 in the third quarter, when the lead expanded to 49-30. And senior Erin Clark had six of her 11 in the final 12 minutes. The Trojans used enough high-low post offense, and got just enough outside shooting from the backcourt to prevent Arlington from packing its entire defense around Millington’s post players.

“We’re looking for each other, playing as one right now and that’s how it should be,” Redding said.
Millington also kept up constant defensive pressure against Arlington (12-8, 4-2), which turned the ball over 32 times in the contest.

“We’re young, and still finding our way, but nights like this are tough, especially dealing with a team that has size and experience (like Millington),” said Arlington coach David Offerle, who has just four upper classmen on his roster. The Tigers were led by 18 points from freshman Torrie Sewell, but seven came in the final 90 seconds after Millington cleared its bench.

Richardson said that during the district run, they have made a point of trying to start games at a quicker, more intense tempo. “We get that first big basket and it’s like we remember ‘It’s game time’,” she said.

Marshall, whose team is in the middle of a five-game district road swing, agreed that, “We were starting very slowly through most of December and it made for a tough month.”
He believes the turnaround came Jan. 8 in a home loss to area power Briarcrest.

“They had us down 17 at halftime, and I issued a challenged. I said we could either keep going and lose by 35, or make a game of it,” Marshsall said. “We fought back and got to within a basket, and I think that let our team know what could happen if we played together, with intensity. And they’ve kept it up.”

Horn Lake wallops Southaven in girls basketball

 image and article from Commercial Appeal

Southaven's Jazmine Joiner (center) grabs a rebound with competition from Horn Lake's Tranika Echols and teammate A'Queen Hayes.


What was the key for the Horn Lake girls basketball team to win its Mississippi High School Activities Association Region 1-6A rematch against visiting Southaven Tuesday?

First of all, unlike last week's 11-point road loss, the shots were falling for the Lady Eagles, who also mixed in a stingy defense to hold the Lady Chargers to their lowest point output of the season in a 44-26 victory.

"The main thing for me tonight was confidence," said Horn Lake coach Janna Lyons, "because I truly believe in this team. So, for my girls to not only hear me say it, but actually see that we could contend and beat great teams. I think that says a lot ... that's what this game was all about."

On their way to improving to 18-2 overall and 4-1 in league play, the Lady Eagles built a 21-10 lead on the strength of Bridget Grant's 3-pointer and Brayanta Conley's layup early in the second period.
Southaven (19-3, 4-1) answered with Aliyah Miller's jumper and two free throws by Lulu Layne, yet the Lady Chargers would be held off the scoreboard for the remaining four minutes and 40 seconds of the opening half. It wasn't until Olivia Cunningham converted on a free throw at the 3:38 mark of the third period that the top-ranked team in The Commercial Appeal's Dandy Dozen would end its scoring drought.

"We couldn't hit a basket," Southaven coach David Baldwin said. "Horn Lake was much more prepared. Apparently, I didn't have mine ready to play. We didn't seem to all be on the same page."
The final period was more of the same for the Lady Chargers, who like in the second period, were limited to four points. Horn Lake knocked down seven-of-eight shots from the free throw line, including four from Keneisha Winfrey to maintain its comfortable cushion.

"My girls were just a little more focused on the things that mattered," Lyons said. "At the end, winning is great, but the little things in between was even more important."

Grant, one of just three seniors on the Lady Eagle roster, scored a game-high 15 points for the Lady Eagles.

"Coach challenged me to be a better leader," said Grant, who contributed a pair of 3-pointers in the win, "so my mind frame tonight was to keep everybody focused.

"We work a lot on our shots, so for them to finally fall in big games, it feels good and pushes our confidence."

Added Lyons: "(Grant) is a phenomenal player. She brings her A-game in big games. She does great things for us."

Southaven was paced by Miller, a Providence signee, with eight points. A'Queen Hayes added seven.

Womens College Basketball Daily News - January 30, 2013

Alabama State: Poor Shooting Hurts Alabama State In 74-40 Loss to Texas Southern
Appalachian State: Appalachian State Women's Hoops Comes Up Short at Samford
Bryant: Bulldogs fall at Sacred Heart, 62-44
CCSU: Babe Scores 30, But CCSU Falls
Davidson: Four Straight For the Wildcats After 65-56 Road Victory at Western Carolina
Drexel: Drexel Women's Basketball Comes Up Short to Delaware, 65-56
Eastern Kentucky: Lady Colonels Continue Home Dominance with 62-54 Win over Tennessee State
Eastern Illinois: Panthers Remain in First Place, Defeat Skyhawks
Elon: Evans Breaks Elon’s Blocked Shots Record as Phoenix Defeats GSU
Fairleigh Dickinson University at Teaneck: Farleigh Dickinson Falls at Monmouth 61-53
Green Bay Phoenix: Explosive First Half Leads Green Bay Past Wright State
Hampton: Lady Pirates Top-10 Nationally In Defense
Illinois: Illini Hold Off Late Gopher Rally for 91-86 Win
Indiana: Cold Shooting Dooms Indiana Against Northwestern
Jacksonville State: Austin Peay Surges Past Jax State Women
Jacksonville: Jacksonville Women's hoops loses at ETSU
LIU Brooklyn: LIU Brooklyn Women’s Basketball Stunned by St. Francis Brooklyn, 69-58 in 20th Annual Battle of Brooklyn
Maryland Eastern Shore: Umes Falls By One Point In Heartbreaker To Bethune-Cookman
Morehead State: Belmont Topples Morehead State Women's Basketball
Monmouth Basketball: Monmouth Women's Basketball Defeats Rival FDU, 61-53
Mount St. Mary's: Henderson Helps Mount St. Mary's Women's Basketball Surge Past Wagner, 73-58
Murray State: Murray State Women's Basketball Extends Streak to Four With Win at TTU
Niagara University: Niagara Women's Basketball Wins Battle of the Bridge Contest 62-49
North Carolina Central: Lady Eagles Suffer 55-39 Loss To Morgan State
Northwestern: NU's Defense Dominates in 53-39 Victory Over Indiana
Quinnipiac: Quinnipiac Women’s Basketball Sets Program Record; Improves to 17-2 With 82-73 Victory Over CCSU
Saint Francis U: SFU Rides Hayward’s Career-High in Victory over Colonials
Siena: Saints Drop Hard Fought Battle at Marist
Southeast Missouri State: Late Cougars Run Sends Redhawks to Fifth-Straight Loss
St. Francis Brooklyn: St. Francis Terriers Cruises Past LIU-Brooklyn, 69-58; Take 2013 'Battle of Brooklyn"
Temple: Temple Women’s Basketball Falls 71-55 to La Salle Despite Eighth Double-Double by Victoria Macaulay
San Francisco: Alexa Hardick's Long-Range Shooting Nearly Sinks the Gaels
Wagner: Wagner Comeback Bid Falls Short In Loss To Mount St. Mary's
Wright State: Wright State Women Fall to Green Bay

Tuesday, January 29, 2013

Girls Basketball Scores - January 28, 2013

Fayette Aca. (44) Sterling Crenshaw 2, Abby Hilliard 1, Amber Johnson 17, Rebekah Moffatt 4, Kayli Skelton 8, Holly Slocum 3, Margy Westbrook 9.
Catholic (38)Amber Hooker 15, Gaby Moore 7, Amber Nelson 9, Henrietta Wells 7.
Fayette Aca. 6 11 14 13 — 44
Catholic 4 4 17 13 — 38
Records — Catholic 16-6.
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Hutchison (32)Anna Amagliani 2, Rainey Charbonnet 3, Carolyn Kelley 9, Caroline Kyle 8, Reba Moody 10.
FACS (49) Shalanda Berkley 8, Sarah Laney 10, Carmen Moore 9, Annie Posey 2, Natalie Smith 18, Mesa Walker 2.
Hutchison 10 4 9 9—32
FACS 15 3 15 16—49
Records — FACS 6-9.
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Westminster (76)Malinda Allen 39, Catie Cannon 6, Emily Conrad 4, Grace Dormois 4, Charli Hale 2, Rachel Halford 2, Ellie Lyons 2, Lee Stanley 4, M.K. Stanley 2, Caroline Turner 9, Hannah Turner 2.
KIPP (20)A. Jones 10, Naquayla Maxwell 4, Seneria Miller 2, T. Wallace 3, Laparrish Williams 1.
Westminster 26 20 16 14 — 76
KIPP 0 8 8 4 — 20
Records — Westminster 13-4.
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Trezevant (64)Marcreshia Drummer 12, Ashleigh McGhee 14, Khadejah Stevens 19, Kourtney Walton 8, Marcy Williams 11.
Manassas (49)Phikala Anthony 18, Ranisha Brown 3, Shirley Clayborn 1, Tiffany Jones 25, Oesha O'Neal 2.
Trezevant 17 14 11 22—64
Manassas 6 15 11 17—49
Records — Trezevant 12-7 (6-2, 15AA).
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St. Mary's (50)Ellen Cowens 2, Kelsie Jones 4, Mary Caroline Newman 5, Kaylan Pugh 37, Wesley Richards 2.
St. Agnes (46) Katie Connor 4, Caroline Cook 13, Olivia Gattuso 6, Wallace Jenkins 2, Abby Knight 7, Nicole Mabry 2, Sarah Sneed 12.
St. Mary's 13 8 3 18 8 — 50
St. Agnes 14 10 9 9 4 — 46
Records — St. Agnes 10-5 (2-1, Div. 2-AA).

Tennessee AP State Girls Basketball Rankings

release January 28, 2013

Class AAA
Record Pts Prv
1. Riverdale (16) 21-0 160 1
2. Science Hill 21-3 135 2
3. Blackman 20-1 126 3
4. Bradley Central 18-2 105 4
5. Columbia 20-3 88 6
6. Memphis Central 15-4 71 7
7. Oakland 18-3 70 5
8. Farragut 20-3 35 8
9. Bearden 18-4 34 9
10. Ridgeway 16-2 33 10

Class AA
Record Pts Prv
1. Grainger (16) 23-0 160 1
2. Covington 23-2 127 5
3. McMinn Central 20-3 121 4
4. Cannon County 21-3 105 6
5. Westview 20-3 97 2
6. Livingston Academy 20-5 68 3
7. Knoxville Fulton 16-4 56 8
8. CPA 16-5 36 9
8. Creek Wood 19-3 36 10
10. Elizabethton 18-4 34 7
Others receiving 12 or more points: Macon County 13.

Class A
Record Pts Prv
1. Union City (10) 19-3 142 1
2. Summertown (1) 18-3 117 2
2. Jackson County (4) 20-3 117 4
4. Cosby (1) 18-3 106 3
5. Oliver Springs 16-4 79 6
6. Clarkrange 18-6 65 5
7. Hampton 18-5 63 8
8. North Greene 18-7 51 7
9. Moore County 22-4 30 NR
10. Collinwood 15-4 28 9
Others receiving 12 or more points: Cascade 26. Cloudland 20.

Division II
Record Pts Prv
1. Ensworth (11) 19-1 128 1
2. Briarcrest (2) 21-1 118 2
3. Franklin Road 18-2 105 3
4. Knoxville Webb 19-5 88 4
5. University-Jackson 20-3 79 5
6. Harding Academy 17-5 63 7
7. Harpeth Hall 13-5 40 6
8. SBEC 15-4 33 8
9. St. George's 15-5 25 9
10. Brentwood Academy 12-8 13 NR

Womens College Basketball Daily News- January 29, 2013

Butler: McClung leads Bulldogs past VCU
Charlotte: Hailey sparks 49ers to road win over Billikens
Florida State: Late Run Sparks FSU to 70-56 Win over Virginia Tech
Georgia Tech: Georgia Tech Drops 78-66 Contest To NC State
Iowa: Hawkeyes `Deep 6' Michigan, 63-57
Kent State: Flashes Lose to Red-Hot RedHawks
Louisiana Tech: Techsters Drop Overtime Heartbreaker
Marshall: UAB Defense Troubles Herd in 61-45 Loss
Massachusetts: Minutewomen Suffer 83-44 Loss At #17/16 Dayton
Memphis: UCF Rebounds Past Memphis, 70-65
Michigan: U-M Clipped By Iowa Despite Ryan's 20 Points
Missouri: Aggies Run Past Tigers in College Station, 77-58
NC State: NC State Runs Past Georgia Tech, 78-66
Ohio State: Buckeyes fall to No. 8 Penn State, 71-56
Penn State: No. 8/8 Lady Lions Rally Past Ohio State, 71-56
South Carolina: #18/14 South Carolina Outlasts Arkansas 43-40
Southern Miss: Second Half Surge Propels Southern Miss Past Rice, 76-57
Saint Louis: Ball, Jones Enjoy Big Games Against Charlotte
SMU: Mustangs Push Win Streak To Six With 71-46 Win At Tulsa
St. John's: St. John's drops nail-biter to No. 13 Lousiville 57-54
Tulsa: SMU Handles Tulsa 71-46
UAB: UAB Women's Basketball Grinds Past Marshall, 61-45
West Virgina: Mountaineers Stumble Down the Stretch

Monday, January 28, 2013

2015 HoopGurlz Recruiting Rankings - Terrific 25

ESPNW recently released their ranking of sophomore players. Unfortunately, no Memphis area players are in the list.

Here is the Top 5:

1     Asia Durr          PG     5-10         Saint Pius X Catholic High (GA)
2     Katie Lou Samuelson          W     6-2         Mater Dei H.S. (CA)
3     Te'a Cooper           PG     5-8         McEachern H.S. (GA)
4     DeJanae Boykin    F     6-2         Riverdale Baptist H.S. (MD)
5     Kalani Brown       P     6-4         Salmen H.S. (LA)

Click here for the complete list

Women's College Basketball Daily News- January 28, 2013

Alabama State: Basketball Losses Last Minute 2nd Half Momentum
Akron: Unbeaten Central Michigan hands Akron Women's Basketball 92-69 loss
Art U: Knights Bounce Back In Win Over Chaminade
Boston: Second-Half Surge Sends BU to 63-49 Victory at UMBC
Bucknell: Bison Women's Basketball Overcomes 14-Point Deficit for 62-59 Win over Holy Cross
Connecticut: No. 3 UConn Overpowers Cincinnati, 67-31
Cornell: Cornell Women’s Basketball Outlasts Columbia In Double-Overtime
Davidson: Big Second-Half Carries Wildcats to SoCon Win vs. Elon, 77-62
FGCU: #GoodPrevails: @FGCU_WBB Top Hatters to Take Possession of 1st Place in the A-Sun
Georgetown: Hoyas Down Panthers, 69-57
Hawaii Pacific University: Hawai'i Pacific Women’s Basketball Upset in Fresno
Idaho State: Vella Leads Bengals in Win Over League-Leading Bobcats
Kansas: Strong Defense Not Enough for Jayhawks in Loss
Lipscomb: Phillips comes up strong but Lipscomb drops heartbreaker
Marquette: Marquette Falls on the Road at USF, 58-48
Montana State: A Cold Day in Pokey: Bobcat Women Fall to Bengals
Mount St. Mary's: Robert Morris Edges Mount St. Mary's Women's Basketball, 61-59
Norfolk State: Lady Pirates Cruise Past NSU 76-41
Notre Dame: No. 2 Notre Dame Races By Providence, 89-44
Oakland: Oakland Loses Late at Fort Wayne, 57-55
Pepperdine: Pepperdine Falls to San Diego 79-61 in WCC Play
Pittsburgh: Rally Falls Short for Pitt Women's Basketball, Drop 69-57 Decision at Georgetown
Providence: Providence Women's Basketball Drops Game At #2/3 Notre Dame, 89-44
Robert Morris: Mataly Gives Colonials Victory In Final Seconds
Sacred Heart: Washington's 24 Points Leads Pioneers to Victory Over Monmouth
Santa Clara: Santa Clara Falls to Portland Despite Two 20-Point Scorers
Savannah State: Hogue Scores 9th Double-Double In Loss To S.C. State
Texas: Texas Women's Basketball dominates second half to overpower Kansas State, 59-40
Troy University: Trojans Rally in Second Half, Fall at ULM
Truman State: Bulldogs Outlast Fort Hays In Double OT Slugfest
Utah State: Johnson's Late-Game Heroics Push Utah State Women Past Louisiana Tech, 76-75, in Overtime Saturday
Youngstown State: Fast Start Leads Youngstown State to 75-38 Win Over Loyola
Valparaiso: Valpraiso drops home contest to Green Bay
Villanova: No. 25 Villanova Register 64-59 Win Over No. 22 Syracuse
Wayne State: Warrior Women Fend Off Grand Valley 72-59

Sunday, January 27, 2013

Classic in the Country Recaps

Central was mentioned in more recaps of the Classic in the Country in Ohio by Blue Star Media and Full Court.

Blue Star Media Day 2 Recap:

It’s not often that you can shoot virtually even with your opponent, out rebound them by 9, see them shoot just 3 of 12 from the line…and still lose 72 to 47.  Unfortunately for Memphis Central they caught Reynoldsburg on one of those days where everything and everyone is clicking.  The Raiders utilized a blistering 7 of 15 first half three point performance to take a commanding 41 to 26 halftime lead.  Things went further downhill for the Warriors in the third as Reynoldsburg held them to just seven points while posting 21 of their own.  A 14 – 10 fourth period was moot for Central as the writing was on the wall with a 25 point final deficit.  Senior guard Yamonie Jenkins, an Ohio University signee, led the way with 15, all coming from her 5 for 9 deep shooting.  Ever improving junior guard Nicole Orr added 14 going 6 of 12 from the floor while another OU signee, Destini Cooper contributed 13.  Morehead commit Shiloh Murphy was the last in double figures for Reynoldsburg with 10.  Baylor bound senior Nina Davis led Central once again this time posting 25 points on 11 of 21 shooting and adding 10 boards as well in the loss.  Junior forward Tia Wooten was the only other Warrior in double digits finishing with 14 while going 6 for 9 from the floor.

Read complete day 2 recap 

This is what Mark Lewis of Blue Star Media had to say about Nina Davis in her two game performance.

Nina Davis – Memphis Central – Headed to Baylor next year, the 5’11 forward may define the word “productive”.  Shooting a two game total of 24 for 42, she produced 54 points and 24 rebounds as the Warriors went one and one on the weekend.
Blue Star's Event Recap


Bob Corwin of Full Court wrote this about Nina Davis.

Nina Davis, 5-11 power forward, Memphis Central TN
During her most recent club basketball season, Davis got multiple mentions on Full Court playing for Tennessee Flight Silver. The most impressive thing about her game continues to be that she never takes a possession off regardless of how things are going for her team, which split two games while at the Classic (winning 63-56 versus short-handed Princeton of Cincinnati and losing 72-47 to Reynoldsburg). Davis went for 29 points and 14 boards in the first contest and 25 points and 10 rebounds versus Reynoldsburg.  Most encouraging for this Baylor signee was that she showed more range, hitting a few from midkey rather than just scoring at the rim.
 Read comple Full Court recap

Girls Basketball Scores - January 26, 2013

FCA Nighthawks (72)Lauren Hoyle 15, Rebecca Luebbe 6, Bailye McCune 10, Jennifer Milewski 8, Samantha Price 17, Laura Spradlin 2, Grace Wade 10, Sarah Wakefield 4.
Brighton (19)Alaina Bierdz 7, Brianna Brown 1, Lilly Hill 2, Raygan Hoffman 2, Jada Johnson 3, Shayna Johnson 1, Kaitlyn Price 2, Morgan Shaver 1.
FCA Nighthawks 28 17 19 8 — 72
Brighton 3 10 5 1 — 19
Records — FCA Nighthawks 21-5.
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ECS (54)Caroline Jamison 5, D. Jiles 2, Maggie Little 10, Molly Martin 3, Celia Owens 16, Jordan Shackleford 6, Avery Sippel 12.
FACS (30)Shalanda Berkley 2, Sam Choukalas 6, Sarah Laney 4, Carmen Moore 2, Annie Posey 2, Natalie Smith 10, Mesa Walker 4.
ECS 18 13 11 12 — 54
FACS 10 6 6 8 — 30
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USJ (64)Natalie Allen 3, Elisa Edwards 20, Katie Exum 4, Anna Garrett 4, Haley Hall 13, Rebecca Sears 4, Sally Sykes 8, Jessie Smith 4, Molly Hall 2, Rachel Aristore 2.
Rossville Christian (36)Kendyl Leath 5, Caroline Loftin 15, Taylor Robertson 12, Tayor Zantop 4.
USJ 21 15 16 12—64
Rossville Christian 12 11 4 9—36

Girls Basketball Scores - January 25, 2013

from Commercial Appeal Box Scores

Craigmont (44) — Alessia Conley 13, Symone Cooper 2, Candice Davis 12, Shenequa Foster 4, LaKeidra Greer 2, Sharrese Moore 5, Daja Scurlock 6.
Arlington (56) — Bailey Brewer 4, Maya Brown 2, Chyna Ellis 16, Jessica Jackson 5, Chyeinne Norton 3, Tori Sewell 14, Raylin Starks 7, Christina Thomas 5.
Craigmont / 12 / 15 / 1 / 16—44
Arlington / 7 / 14 / 21 / 14—56
Records — Craigmont 9-11 (3-2, 14AAA), Arlington 12-7 (4-1, 14AAA).
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Millington (63) — Tiara Caldwell 26, Troi Chestnut 2, Erin Clark 8, Treasure Redding 12, Kendra Richardson 3, Seymon Taylor 12.
Bartlett (49) — Kelsey Baker 9, Elanna Baptist 3, Madison Carroll 3, Stella Gill 3, Shelby Organ 2, Shuntavia Rodgers 2, Shondria Scruggs 23, Grace White 4.
Millington / 20 / 17 / 14 / 12—63
Bartlett / 9 / 11 / 16 / 13—49
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Cordova (43) — Chenoa Banks 11, Michaela Campbell 2, Dominique Cunningham 13, Jazsmine Muhammad 2, K’yanna Terry 13, N. Maples 2.
Bolton (48) — Destiny Arnold 8, Kayla Bolden 15, Samaria Grandberry 5, Jaelyan Jones 9, Charity Savage 4, Kerrice Watson 7.
Cordova / 6 / 14 / 4 / 19—43
Bolton / 9 / 15 / 13 / 11—48
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Central Baptist (35) — Jessie Cutshaw 10, Erin Gay 9, Lema Lacey 2, Emily Russell 6, Chelsea Sparks 8.
Calvary Christian (23) — Alyssa Lemon 17, Claire Hill 5, Kelsey Clarkson 1.
Central Baptist / 8 / 8 / 6 / 13—35
Calvary Christian / 2 / 7 / 4 / 10—23
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Martin Westview (40) — Kaley Leyhue 5, Kendall Leyhue 4, Tiffany Rechis 15, Teddy Vincent 11, Caitlyn Harrelson 2, Kaitlyn Luthi 3.
Covington (46) — Precious Dyson 8, Precious Harvey 12, Ashia Jones 10, Janekia Mason 7, Leshaundra Somerville 9.
Martin Westview / 8 / 18 / 4 / 10—40
Covington / 13 / 6 / 11 / 16—46
Records — Martin Westview 20-3 (12-1, 13AA), Covington 23-2 (13-1).
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Manassas (58) — Phikala Anthony 20, Shirley Clayborn 3, Tiffany Jones 24, Oesha O’Neal 6, Raven Walker 5.
Douglass (62) — Ashonti Harper 3, Gazmune Herndon 18, Keoshia McGhee 11, Benesha Rainey 4, Keyatta Tyson 19, Kimayah Ward 7.
Manassas / 20 / 10 / 8 / 20—58
Douglass / 12 / 16 / 19 / 15—62
Records — Manassas 14-5 (6-1, 15AA), Douglass 9-9 (5-2, 15AA).
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Overton (65) — Philecia Atkins 11, Kelsey Briggs 11, Amber Holmes 15, Jalisa Jones 4, Fontenelle Walker 10, Erin Wilson 14.
Germantown (26) — Briana Burks 2, Takira Clay 3, Briana Cowans 1, Briana Mitchell 7, Britney Parmenter 8, Scarlett Sadler 3, Daidha Scott 2.
Overton / 18 / 17 / 22 / 8—65
Germantown / 8 / 12 / 2 / 4—26
Records — Germantown 11-10 (3-6, 15AAA).
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ECS (42) — Mallory Green 5, Caroline Jamison 3, Kate Jamison 7, Maggie Little 13, Molly Martin 3, Brooke Rendall 2, Jordan Shackleford 6, Avery Sippel 3.
Harding (55) — Mary Collins 4, Alexis Franklin 5, Anna Horner 1, Kaylah Keys 13, Antoinette Lewis 21, Rachel Maynard 11.
ECS / 8 / 12 / 10 / 12—42
Harding / 22 / 14 / 11 /  8—55
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Center Hill (63) — Erin Cross 4, Kiara Golden 16, Courtney Hopkins 6, Kaelin Kneeland 18, Marissa Knox 9, Ciera White 10.
Hernando (49) — Ally Bireman 4, Savannah McCain 11, J. Ruff 2, Ashton Spinks 3, Aaliyah Thornton 19, Hunter Zuccerel 10.
Center Hill / 18 / 10 / 19 / 16—63
Hernando / 10 / 15 / 11 / 13—49
Records — Center Hill 18-5.
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DeSoto Central (44) — Dakayla Baird 1, Mora Butler 5, Stormy Green 13, Imani Johnson 4, Rodneisha Martin 19, Nay Strickland 2.
Horn Lake (58) — Shrenique Adams 2, Breyanta Conley 10, Tranika Echols 2, Whitney Grant 14, Felicia Odom 7, Alondrea Rush 11, Alexyse Thomas 6, Keneisha Winfrey 6.
DeSoto Central / 16 / 9 / 8 / 11—44
Horn Lake / 9 / 15 / 22 / 12—58
Records — DeSoto Central 12-11.
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Collierville (39) — Lindsey Allen 2, Amber Baldwin 2, Jessica Brown 18, Monica Brown 6, Caitlin Hamm 9, Brooke Partlow 2.
Houston (38) — Amber Braxton 2, Cheridan Burroughs 3, Aysha Harris 5, Sydney Malone 2, Alise Parker 10, Jaida Roper 7, Julianne Shiles 9.
Collierville / 12 / 10 / 7 / 10—39
Houston / 5 / 12 / 14 /  7—38
Records — Collierville 12-11 (4-5, 15AAA), Houston 16-5 (6-3).
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Briarcrest (68) — Julianne Bryson 2, Jasmine Cincore 7, Erin Dunseath 3, Brynn Holden 9, Elise Holden 5, Bailey Kramer 4, Kathryn Newman 6, Rachel Peete 5, Gabby Salazar 3, Sidney Smith 20, Lindsey Taylor 4.
Hutchison (19) — Anna Amagliani 9, Rainey Charbonnet 2, Jennie Davis 2, Carolyn Kelley 3, Caroline Kyle 3.
Briarcrest / 28 / 25 / 7 / 8—68
Hutchison / 3 / 8 / 3 / 5—19
Records — Briarcrest 20-1, Hutchison 0-13.
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St. George’s (38) — Molly Courtney 3, Madeline East 6, Mary Henley Green 1, Grace Hunt 2, Olivia Roberts 6, Shelby Sims 10, Brooke Wertner 10.
Jackson Christian (67) — C. Clouse 4, Kayla Davenport 11, Haley Hickerson 6, Taylor McCollum 8, Hailey Spencer 14, Kristen Taylor 8, Alex Welch 7, Caroline Yarbrough 9.
St. George’s / 12 / 12 / 5 / 9—38
Jackson Christian / 26 / 14 / 19 / 8—67
Records — St. George’s 15-5 (5-2, Div. 2-A).
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Munford (54) — Robneisha Lee 2, Precious Mills 4, Lindsey Owen 6, Kierra Richardson 15, Alex Turner 3, Kierra Webb 2, Shaliyah Wiggins 12, Lauren Zvolanek 5, Kyla Taylor 5.
Jackson Northside (28) — Brianna Cockrell 4, Jada Perkins 8, Destiny Robinson 3, Williams 4, Williams 2, Chapman 5, Thomas 2.
Munford / 15 / 9 / 17 / 13—54
Jackson Northside / 7 / 6 / 6 /  9—28
Records — Munford 19-4.
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MBA (72) — Kiara Caswell 30, Marnesha Hamer 19, Destiny Pickett 4, Precious Reed 5, Brianna Shaw 10, M. Jones 4.
MAHS (44) — Courtney Berry 4, Kendall Berry 16, Jackie Blackwell 4, Karia Chambers 16, Krystal Goins 4.
MBA / 9 / 25 / 25 / 13—72
MAHS / 12 / 16 / 8 /  8—44
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Hamilton (48) — Brandy Davis 12, Sarita Jackson 2, Shamya London 4, Keiona McDonald 5, Briauna Mitchell 10, Erica Shipp 13, Tieasha Williams 2.
Melrose (57) — Skye Bright 19, Kiara Conner 22, Kelsey Green 5, Tatyana Johnson 2, Quinesha Whiting 9.
Hamilton / 13 / 13 / 9 / 13—48
Melrose / 15 / 11 / 18 / 13—57
Records — Hamilton 7-11 (0-8, 16AAA), Melrose 6-8 (2-5, 16AAA).
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Sheffield (17) — Breanna Beason 3, Makayla Billups 3, Alaneshia Bullock 6, Denise Cage 5.
Oakhaven (51) — T. Brown 4, T. Hammer 16, L. Jones 3, R. McClatchey 10, A. Miller 2, M. Walton 2, B. White 6, D. Wiggins 8.
Sheffield / 8 / 2 / 2 / 5—17
Oakhaven / 21 / 21 / 4 / 5—51
Records — Oakhaven 12-1.
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Westwood (21) — Angeleane Blue 4, Marniqua Burton 4, Deraisha Isaac 2, Frankie McGory 2, S. Washington 2, J. Williams 2, Tiffany Williams 5.
Power Center Aca. (60) — Kaneskia Edwards 9, Jerica Garrett 2, Dana Moore 28, Allison Sledge 8, Rhaja White 8, Makalia Wright 5.
Westwood / 6 / 6 / 8 /  1—21
Power Center Aca. / 16 / 23 / 9 / 12—60
Records — Power Center Aca. 9-6.
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Kirby (28) — Martearanie Banks 3, Tiara Golden 2, Taylor Johnson 17, April Prackett 6.
Ridgeway (53) — Jameka Barr 2, Brandi Beasley 12, Leah Conley 2, Erin Foster 4, Breauanna Humphrey 9, Ashley Jackson 4, Ayanna Muhammad 2, Odegua Oigboike 14, Tieraney Paylor 3, Sierra Pettis 1.
Kirby / 5 / 5 / 8 / 10—28
Ridgeway / 21 / 10 / 12 / 10—53
Records — Ridgeway 19-2.
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FACS (41) — Shalanda Berkley 3, Sam Choukalas 8, Sarah Laney 5, Carmen Moore 6, Natalie Smith 19.
SBEC (70) — Ashtyn Baker 6, Lindsay Bramlett 4, Lauren Decembrino 5, Tori Doehring 6, Karlie Hughes 9, Kimberlee Keltner 20, Kayleigh Patterson 12, Kassie Russom 2, Andrea Sparkman 6.
FACS / 15 / 10 / 7 /  9—41
SBEC / 14 / 19 / 17 / 20—70
Records — SBEC 15-6 (7-2).
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Olive Branch (43) — Savannah Gesslin 6, Ricki Hooker 5, Kim Neal 21, Chrishoma Reddix 3, Erica Toney 2, Ladaisha Watson 6.
Southaven (63) — Olivia Cunningham 4, Queen Hayes 15, Jasmine Joyner 21, Lulu Lane 1, Aliyah Miller 10, Alexis Morris 1, Joanna Smith 9, Martikia Waters 2.
Olive Branch / 5 / 9 / 9 / 20—43
Southaven / 10 / 20 / 16 / 17—63
Records — Olive Branch 14-10 (1-3, 16A), Southaven 19-2 (4-0).
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Whitehaven (43) — Laka Blache 12, Tiarra Coleman 11, Erica Dean 8, Ebony Malone 4, Maia McCoy 3, Jasmine Rhodes 2, Destinque Williams 3.
White Station (54) — Courtney Banks 12, Miyah Barnes 9, Allanna Black 2, Alex Christian 12, Taylor Hayes 4, Dejah Montgomery 3, Emanye Robertson 12.
Whitehaven / 8 / 15 / 9 / 11—43
White Station / 14 / 4 / 25 / 11—54
Records — Whitehaven 13-6, White Station 9-6 (4-2).

Friday, January 25, 2013

Today's basketball schedule

from Commercial Appeal

Girls/boys, 6/7:30 p.m. — Hamilton at Melrose, Whitehaven at White Station, Collierville at Houston, Overton at Germantown, Kirby at Ridgeway, Southwind at Wooddale, Craigmont at Arlington, Millington at Bartlett, Cordova at Bolton, Carver at Hillcrest, Sheffield at Oakhaven, Manassas at Douglass, Kingsbury at Frayser, Trezevant at Raleigh-Egypt, Memphis Business Aca. at MAHS, Northside at Middle College, Westwood at Power Center Aca., Harding at ECS, FACS at SBEC, Catholic at Lausanne, Fayette Aca. at USJ, St. George’s at Jackson Christian, TRA at Macon Road.

Girls only, 6 p.m. — Briarcrest at Hutchison, St. Mary’s at Bishop Byrne, Immaculate Conception at Rossville Christian.

Boys only, 7:30 p.m. — St. Benedict at Christian Brothers, Briarcrest at MUS.

Girls Basketball Scores - January 24, 2013

from Commercial Appeal Box Scores

Arlington (61) — Bailey Brewer 3, Maya Brown 2, Chyna Ellis 24, Jessica Jackson 4, Chyeinne Norton 8, Tori Sewell 8, Raylin Starks 6, Christina Thomas 6.
Cordova (42) — Chenoa Banks 8, NaDeja Brantley 3, Michaela Campbell 16, Dominique Cunningham 1, Jazsmine Muhammad 3, Jerhonise Rollins 9, K’yanna Terry 2.
Arlington / 12 / 16 / 25 /  8—61
Cordova / 8 / 10 / 9 / 15—42
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Central (87) — Nina Davis 34, Meme Hill 15, Tia Hyman 6, Darriel Johnson 6, Tia Wooten 26.
East (65) — Artasia Carnes-Marshall 8, Nykia Grandberry 1, Angelique Macklin 7, K’Alya McKinney 14, Madison Smith 1, Javeshia White 17, Janeka Williams 17.
Central / 18 / 29 / 25 / 15—87
East / 27 / 15 / 11 / 12—65
Records — Central 14-4 (6-0, 16-AAA), East 7-11.
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Washington (76) — Dominique Chapman 4, Rakesha Curry 19, Quineisha Frost 4, Renisha Hale 3, Erica Hall 1, Tierney Keaton 2, Deneisha Lane 8, Lavesha Parrish 6, Terrica Robinson 12, Kinnyatta Smith 6, Niesha Thomas 9, Tyresia Webb 2.
KIPP (5) — Seneria Miller 3, Laparrish Williams 2.
Washington / 36 / 21 / 9 / 10—76
KIPP / 0 / 0 / 3 /  2—5
Records — Washington 18-3, KIPP 0-15.
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Soulsville (50) — M. Chapman 2, Z. Hicks 10, Mariah Muhammad 9, Taylor White 29.
Northside (25) — Brittney Bright 10, Brandy Lamar 7, Amber Mitchell 2, Joy Westbrook 4, Laterica Applewhite 2.
Soulsville / 10 / 15 / 14 / 11—50
Northside / 8 / 2 / 6 /  9—25
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St. Benedict (37) — Taylor Barnes 17, Bailey Coppedge 5, Ciscily Crislip 1, Madison Luckett 7, Courtney Parker 3, Paige Williams 4.
St. Agnes (47) — Katie Connor 14, Caroline Cook 13, Olivia Gattuso 11, Lizzie Harris 2, Wallace Jenkins 5, Sarah Sneed 2.
St. Benedict / 5 / 8 / 11 / 13—37
St. Agnes / 8 / 12 / 8 / 19—47
Records — St. Benedict 11-9 (1-2, Division 2-AA), St. Agnes 10-4 (2-1).
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Macon Road (26) — Brooke Anderson 6, Alana Bennett 4, Tori Harris 7, Savannah Harville 4, Rachel Lawrence 2, Katelyn Luckett 3.
Westminster (61) — Malinda Allen 28, Catie Cannon 4, Emily Conrad 4, Grace Dormois 1, Charli Hale 2, Rachel Halford 1, Ellie Lyons 4, Lee Stanley 2, M.K. Stanley 6, Caroline Turner 5, Hannah Turner 4.
Macon Road / 4 / 7 / 5 / 10—26
Westminster / 14 / 17 / 18 / 12—61
Records — Westminster 12-4.

Women's College Basketball Daily News - January 25, 2013

Akron: Women's Basketball falls to Toledo at home, 77-65
Albertus Magnus: Carrero Nets 30 in Falcons’ 71-58 Win over Lasell
Baylor: Tops Iowa State, 66-51
Boston: BU's Comeback Falls Short as Terriers Lose to Albany, 57-50
Bucknell: Women's Basketball Knocks Down Lehigh 53-37
Buffalo: Turnovers Costly As Bulls Fall To Ball State, 69-55
Butler: Big Second Half Nets BU Win At UMass
Central Michigan: Runs Away from Ohio. 77-48
Colorado State: Out-rebounded in loss to New Mexico
Davidson: Moves to 7-1 in SoCon with Win vs. UNCG
Dominican University of California: Scoring drought dooms Dominican vs. HPU
Duquesne: Women's Basketball Stay Perfect in A-10 After 73-51 Win at VCU
Duquesne: WBB Ranked #7 in Latest ESPN Poll
Florida: Women's Basketball Falls at UALR
Fresno State: Pressure D Too Much for Boise State
Fordham: Downs Xavier, Moves to 4-0 in League Play
Hartford: Smith Double Double Leads Hawks to 63-56 Win over New Hampshire
Hawai'i Pacific: Women’s Basketball Wins Sixth Consecutive
Holy Cross: Women's Basketball Rallies To Defeat Lafayette, 60-55
Jacksonville State: Valiant Jax State Effort Falls Short at Tennessee State
Kansas: Jayhawks Roll Over Texas, 76-38
Massachusetts: Minutewomen Drop First Meeting With Butler, 75-61
New Hampshire: Kilpatrick Scores Career-High 19 Points; New Hampshire Women's Basketball Edged 63-56 at Hartford
Notre Dame: No. 2 Irish Overpower Pittsburgh, 73-47
Penn: Early Deficit Too Much for Women's Basketball in 59-51 Defeat
Penn State: VIDEO: Chmiel Talks Minnesota and Team Defense
Penn State: Assistant Coach Brings Unique Relationship to Lady Lions
Pittsburgh: Pitt Women's Basketball Falls to No. 2/3 Notre Dame
Providence: Women's Basketball Comes From Behind To Upset No. 25 Villanova In Overtime, 65-60
Richmond: Edged By Billikens In Matinee
St. John's: Loses To No. 22 Syracuse On Heartbreaking 3-Pointer At Buzzer, 60-57
Saint Louis: Second-Half Surge Lifts Billikens Past Richmond
San Diego State: Hopkins' Triple-Double Lifts #AztecWBB Past Nevada
South Alabama: Defense Sparks Lady Jags To 56-46 Victory Over East Division CO-LEADER Wku
Stony Brook: Women's hoops rallies, falls to UMBC, 70-59, on ESPN3
Syracuse: Sykes’ Miracle Heave Beats St. John’s, 60-57
Temple: Women’s Basketball Holds off Penn in Big 5 Action, 59-51
Tennessee: Lady Vol Access (Episode 10)
Texas: Women's Basketball defeated by Kansas, 76-38
Texas Tech: Winning rebounding battle in second half proved critical in Lady Raiders' victory
Vermont: Women's Basketball Defeats Maine, 61-53, Moves to 4-2 in America East
Villanova: Wildcats Lose Lead, Then Game to Providence; Fall 65-60 in Overtime
Virginia: Boyle Stays Positive in Face of Challenges
Virginia Commonwealth: VCU Suffers 73-51 Setback Against Duquesne
UAlbany: Women's Basketball Stays Undefeated in League Play, Defeating Boston U., 57-50
UNLV: Double Setback At Wyoming
Xavier: Women's Basketball Falls to Fordham Wednesday Night 48-41

Thursday, January 24, 2013

How local high school basketball stars are doing this season

From Commercial Appeal The Memphis Edge blog post by John Varlas

For a long time now, the city of Memphis has been a prime exporter of basketball talent to colleges throughout the nation. The University of Memphis can't get everyone, meaning there are plenty of players from Hoop City who annually put up nice numbers. But like the old saying goes "out of sight, out of mind." So, to rectify that, we present a look at how some former Memphis-area high school stars are doing this season.

(Statistics are current through this weekend's games).

Danielle Ballard (LSU women): The former Central star has made an instant impact in her first college season and will certainly be in the mix for SEC Freshman of the Year honors. Ballard is averaging 13.4 ppg., tied for second on the team, while leading the Lady Tigers with 3.6 steals per contest. She got her career highs in points and rebounds against Ole Miss on Jan. 3, scoring 24 and pulling down 12. In an early-season victory over Grambling, Ballard scored 24 points and tied LSU's single-game freshman record with seven steals.

Alex Black (Chattanooga women): Black, who starred at Harding Academy, has started all 17 games for Chattanooga, scoring 6.6 ppg. while shooting 34 percent from behind the 3-point line. She's also third on the team in assists (37).

Phikala Anthony and Tiffany Jones, Commercial Appeal Players of the Week

Phikala Anthony and Tiffany Jones, Manassas: The seniors have been leading the way for Manasass all season and last week was no exception. The 6-0 Jones, who is drawing serious recruiting interest from UT-Martin, averaged 27.5 points and 16 rebounds while the 5-9 Anthony averaged 26 points and 8.5 rebounds in victories over Trezevant and Kingsbury.

Commercial Appeal Dandy Dozen Girls Basketball Rankings - January 23, 2013

School / Record / Previous Ranking
1. Southaven / 18-2 / 1
2. Horn Lake / 17-1 / 2
3. Central / 14-4 / 3
4. Briarcrest / 19-1 / 4
5. Ridegway / 18-2 / 5
6. MHEA / 17-2 / 6
7. Covington / 22-2 / 7
8. Overton / 20-4 / 8
9. FCA / 20-5 / 10
10. Center Hill / 17-5 / 11
11. Houston / 16-4 / 9
12. Manassas / 15-4 / 12

Girls Basketball Scores - January 23, 2013

Wooddale (30) — Elexa Guy 6, Teresa Mays 7, Andrea McElvaine 2, Jai Sanders 2, Shay Trent 6, Davaseidy Wilborn 7.
Collierville (41) — Lindsey Allen 5, Amber Baldwin 4, Jessica Brown 16, Monica Brown 4, Caitlin Hamm 2, Megan Loden 5, Brooke Partlow 3, Madison Rozier 2.
Wooddale / 7 / 4 / 13 /  6—30
Collierville / 6 / 14 / 10 / 11—41
Records — Wooddale 12-5 (3-5, 15AAA), Collierville 11-11 (3-5, 15AAA).
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St. Mary’s (38) — Ellen Cowens 1, Molly Hanna 1, Abby Huber 7, Kelsie Jones 7, Mary Caroline Newman 2, Kaylan Pugh 16, Wesley Richards 2, Brett Silver 2.
Hutchison (27) — Caldwell Huffman 2, Brooks Hussey 2, Carolyn Kelley 3, Caroline Kyle 7, Reba Moody 9, Katie Hussey 4.
St. Mary’s / 10 / 6 / 10 / 12—38
Hutchison / 2 / 7 / 11 /  7—27
Records — Hutchison 0-12.
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Bolton (47) — Destiny Arnold 2, Kayla Bolden 16, Jaelyan Jones 4, Courtney Rhodes 3, Charity Savage 19, Kerrice Watson 3.
Millington (65) — Tiara Caldwell 20, Troi Chestnut 2, Erin Clark 12, Treasure Redding 10, Kendra Richardson 4, Seymon Taylor 17.
Bolton / 14 / 20 / 7 /  6—47
Millington / 20 / 16 / 10 / 19—65
Records — Bolton 4-17 (1-3, 14AAA), Millington 8-13 (4-0, 14AAA).
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MASE (25) — Detta Mayzck 3, Breyanna Warren 5, Tyanna Warren 17.
Washington (86) — Dominique Chapman 4, Rakesha Curry 6, Quineisha Frost 5, Renisha Hale 23, Erica Hall 8, Deneisha Lane 6, Lavesha Parrish 2, Terrica Robinson 17, Niesha Thomas 6, Tyresia Webb 9.
MASE / 4 / 7 / 12 /  2—25
Washington / 16 / 25 / 28 / 17—86
Records — Washington 17-3 (10-1, 16A).
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Overton (59) — Philecia Atkins 3, Kelsey Briggs 16, Derykah Dailey 2, Lyric Douglas 6, Kyler Green 9, Amber Holmes 6, Jalisa Jones 2, Fontenelle Walker 5, Raven Walker 4, Kayla Williams 4, Erin Wilson 2.
Kirby (31) — Martearanie Banks 6, Taylor Johnson 10, Shakira Neal 6, April Prackett 5, TiAbre Watts 4.
Overton / 5 / 14 / 15 / 25—59
Kirby / 3 / 9 / 7 / 12—31

Millington Jasmine Newsome named OVC Player of the Week

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Oxford's Erika Sisk Earns Third-Straight Freshman of the Week Honor

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Women's College Basketball Daily News - January 24, 2013

Baylor: Griner and Sims on Wooden Award Midseason List
Brown: Lauren Clarke Named Ivy League Co-Player of the Week
Buffalo: Brenna Doty To Be Honored As A “Legend Of The Hardwood” This Saturday
Cincinnati: Bearcats Bedeviled by Blue Demons 51-45
Cincinnati: Cincinnati-DePaul Postgame Notes
Connecticut : Stefanie Dolson Named Ann Meyers Drysdale National Player of the Week
DePaul : Hrynko Pushes DePaul Past Cincinnati on the Road
Florida State: FSU Hosts Dribble, Dish & Swish Event Sunday
Georgia: Griffin Making Quick Start as Lady Bulldog
Duke: Gray, Williams Named to Wooden Midseason List
Georgetown: Hoyas Fall at Rutgers, 55-47
Idaho State: Oakes Named Senior CLASS Award Finalist
Kentucky: Mathies Named to Midseason Wooden Award List
Louisville : No. 13 Louisville Edges Marquette, 64-63
Marquette: No. 13 Louisville Holds off Golden Eagles, 64-63
Massachusetts: Women's Basketball Prepares For First Meeting With Butler
NC State: MGC Feels Right at Home with the Wolfpack
Northeastern: Huskies grind out 60-51 victory at Mason, sweep season series
Old Dominion: Monarch SPOTLIGHT: Jackie Cook
Stanford: Chiney Ogwumike Among John R. Wooden Award Midseason Top 20
Tennessee: Lady Vol Report: In-State Rivalry
Texas Tech: Lady Raiders fix mistakes, beat West Virginia in overtime
Texas Tech: Lady Raider notebook: Beginning of a new rivalry?
Tulsa: Women's Basketball Team Hosts UCF on Thursday
West Virginia: Mountaineers Fall to Texas Tech in Heartbreaker

Wednesday, January 23, 2013

Nina Davis, Only Tennessee McDonald's All American Nominee


McDonald’s® has announced its list of high school seniors who have been nominated to play in the 2013 McDonald’s All American® Games, taking place on April 3 at Chicago’s United Center.

The final roster of 24 boys and 24 girls who will be selected to play in the 2013 Games will be announced during the McDonald’s All American Games Selection Show on ESPNU on February 14 at 5:00 p.m. ET.


Central star and Baylor-bound, Nina Davis, was the only player in the state of Tennessee to receive a nomination for the 2013 McDonald's All American game.

The complete nominee list can be found here.

Southaven girls hand Horn Lake first loss of the season

from Commercial Appeal

The art of winning high school basketball games encompasses several different aspects.
For example, there are height, rebounding prowess and the ability to light up the scoreboard from beyond the arc.

In Tuesday's Mississippi High School High School Activities Association Region 1-6A girls contest between visiting Horn Lake and Southaven — the top-ranked teams in The Commercial Appeal's Dandy Dozen — the host Lady Chargers capitalized on the first two on the list to register a 56-45 victory.

The crutch for the Lady Eagles, who were tagged with their first loss of the season, was the inability to score from the outside.

"Our advantage in the post showed up as the game went on," said Southaven coach David Baldwin, who saw his club improve to 18-2 overall and 3-0 in league play.

"We just thought we'd take a shot and see if they missed a few. When they missed them and we rebounded them, we got a little bit of a running game going. We live and die by running — that's just the way it is."

Horn Lake (17-1, 2-1) took a 14-12 lead into the second quarter. but from the 4:11 mark until the halftime break, the Lady Chargers went on a 14-2 run.

Three of those buckets came from Providence signee Aliyah Miller, who battled hard under the rim and flexed her muscle with second- and third-chance scoring opportunities.

"It was hard at first, because they're pretty strong," said Miller, who finished with a game-high 17 points. "They'll push you out of the way and do anything they can to make it hard to score, but you've got to stay smart and just keep playing with heart."

The Lady Eagles strung together a 7-0 run, highlighted by a Treasure Evans 3-pointer, to cut their deficit to five midway through the third, yet Southaven closed out the period with seven unanswered to take a 46-34 lead.

"Without our post players ... Miller and Jasmine (Joyner) played really well; they were the difference tonight," said Baldwin, "but Joanna (Smith) came in there and made a couple of real nice baskets when we needed them. And give us something they couldn't catch up with."

Smith concluded her night with 14 points, including eight in the fourth. Brittany Grant led the Lady Eagles by scoring 12.

"The same things that make you laugh, make you cry," Horn Lake coach Janna Lyons said.
"This is an extremely young group, and at times, it showed tonight. Overall, I think I had a couple of players that kind of let the hype of the game get to them."

The Lady Eagles play DeSoto Central on Friday, before gearing up for Round 2 with Southaven on Jan. 29. The rematch will be at home.

"One (loss) was going to come," said Lyons. "We're undersized. Our heart goes a long way, but down the stretch, we've got to get used to playing some bigger girls. It was a great learning experience, I think, at the end of the day."

Girls Basketball Scores - January 22, 2013

from Commercial Appeal Box Scores
Bolton (41) — Destiny Arnold 7, Kayla Bolden 10, Samaria Grandberry 3, Jaelyan Jones 6, Kirsten Rodgers 3, Charity Savage 12.
Arlington (50) — Maya Brown 2, Chyna Ellis 17, Jessica Jackson 7, Chyeinne Norton 6, Tori Sewell 7, Raylin Starks 6, Christina Thomas 5.
Bolton / 7 / 14 / 11 /  9—41
Arlington / 15 / 3 / 16 / 16—50
Records — Arlington 10-7 (2-1, 14AAA).
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Cordova (30) — Chenoa Banks 1, Michaela Campbell 16, Dominique Cunningham 2, Jazsmine Muhammad 3, K’yanna Terry 6, Tatli Gardner 2.
Bartlett (41) — Kelsey Baker 14, Stella Gill 5, Shelby Organ 4, Shuntavia Rodgers 8, Shondria Scruggs 8, Grace White 2.
Cordova / 6 / 7 / 11 / 6—30
Bartlett / 11 / 8 / 13 / 9—41
Records — Bartlett 6-14 (2-2, 14-AAA).
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Lake Cormorant (43) — Kayla Johnson 3, Taylor Mote 3, Sherita Paige 3, Jaylin Rogers 9, Brianna Smith 19, Roesha Story 6.
Center Hill (81) — Erin Cross 7, Reagan Elliott 3, Kiara Golden 15, Courtney Hopkins 2, Kaelin Kneeland 20, Marissa Knox 16, Kirmesha Oliver 2, Ciera White 16.
Lake Cormorant / 7 / 6 / 10 / 20—43
Center Hill / 28 / 15 / 30 /  8—81
Records — Center Hill 17-5.
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White Station (53) — Courtney Banks 11, Miyah Barnes 14, Alex Christian 6, Taylor Hayes 6, Brazia Jones 2, Dejah Montgomery 6, Emanye Robertson 8.
Central (66) — Nina Davis 32, Meme Hill 3, Kahdeja Howell 2, Tia Hyman 3, Darriel Johnson 10, Tia Wooten 16.
White Station / 19 / 10 / 12 / 12—53
Central / 17 / 17 / 18 / 14—66
Records — White Station 9-7, Central 14-4 (6-0, 15AAA).
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Dyersburg (50) — Emily Bennett 3, Kenya Jordan 6, Kristina Moore 6, Catrina Shaw 2, Chari Swift 20, Maya Taylor 10, Kimbrielle Tate 3.
Covington (70) — Precious Dyson 15, Precious Harvey 17, Ashia Jones 17, Janekia Mason 4, Treasury Poindexter 10, Leshaundra Somerville 7.
Dyersburg / 7 / 14 / 13 / 16—50
Covington / 12 / 24 / 16 / 18—70
Records — Dyersburg 14-7 (7-5, 13AA), Covington 22-2 (12-1, 13AA).
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Millington (64) — Tiara Caldwell 22, Erin Clark 7, Treasure Redding 12, Kendra Richardson 13, Seymon Taylor 10.
Craigmont (46) — Alessia Conley 18, Symone Cooper 2, Candice Davis 11, Miara Holliday 2, Sharrese Moore 8, Daja Scurlock 5.
Millington / 17 / 18 / 14 / 15—64
Craigmont / 5 / 8 / 20 / 13—46
Records — Millington 7-13 (3-0, 14-AAA).
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Hernando (45) — Ally Bireman 6, Miracle Cobb 1, Savannah McCain 16, Ashton Spinks 4, Aaliyah Thornton 16, Hunter Zuccerel 2.
DeSoto Central (65) — Stormy Green 14, Imani Johnson 12, McKeena Kohlhof 2, Rodneisha Martin 16, Haley Merrill 6, Alayah Silas 5, Sydney Slocum 2, Nay Strickland 6, Allison Terrell 2.
Hernando / 10 / 7 / 11 / 17—45
DeSoto Central / 15 / 17 / 18 / 15—65
Records — DeSoto Central 12-10.
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Raleigh-Egypt (49) — Brenda Fields 10, Junesha Horton 9, Corlisha Howard 2, Jerika Isom 8, Irena James 8, Manaya Jones 12.
Douglass (54) — Gazmune Herndon 6, Alexis Jones 2, Keoshia McGhee 15, Shuniece Moore 6, Benesha Rainey 7, Keyatta Tyson 10, Kimayah Ward 8.
Raleigh-Egypt / 12 / 7 / 12 / 18—49
Douglass / 10 / 15 / 15 / 14—54
Records — Douglass 8-9.
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Melrose (56) — Skye Bright 13, Kiara Conner 32, Tanyae Ferrell 1, Kelsey Green 2, Tatyana Johnson 3, Quinesha Whiting 5.
East (76) — Artasia Carnes-Marshall 12, Nykie Grandberry 10, Promise Gray 1, Angelique Macklin 4, K’Alya McKinney 6, Kaila Price 3, Madison Smith 2, Javeshia White 23, Janeka Williams 14, Nykia Grandberry 1.
Melrose / 8 / 17 / 12 / 19—56
East / 14 / 20 / 19 / 23—76
Records — East 12-5.
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Lausanne (54) — Jessica Bradley 21, Rickell Henry 10, Reagan Patrick 11, Selena Pruitt 7, Caroline Rolloson 3, Aynsley Hartney 2.
FACS (34) — Sam Choukalas 1, Sarah Laney 7, Carmen Moore 2, Natalie Smith 21, Tori Walker 3.
Lausanne / 22 / 11 / 14 / 7—54
FACS / 2 / 9 / 14 / 9—34
Records — FACS 5-8 (1-6, Division 2-A).
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Ridgeway (68) — Brandi Beasley 7, Leah Conley 4, Erin Foster 6, Breauanna Humphrey 20, Ashley Jackson 12, Odegua Oigboike 17, Tieraney Paylor 2.
Germantown (56) — Takira Clay 4, Briana Cowans 2, Kelsey Dolman 2, Briana Mitchell 22, Britney Parmenter 26.
Ridgeway / 19 / 26 / 7 / 16—68
Germantown / 16 / 6 / 19 / 15—56
Records — Germantown 11-9 (3-5, 15AAA).
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SBEC (53) — Lauren Decembrino 2, Tori Doehring 2, Karlie Hughes 2, Kimberlee Keltner 8, Kayleigh Patterson 23, Karlee Russom 10, Andrea Sparkman 6.
Harding (60) — Zaria Christy 6, Mary Collins 4, Anna Horner 7, Kaylah Keys 23, Antoinette Lewis 12, Rachel Maynard 8.
SBEC / 18 / 5 / 16 / 14—53
Harding / 12 / 11 / 22 / 15—60
Records — Harding 15-5 (8-0, Div. 2-A).
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Trezevant (70) — Marcreshia Drummer 15, Ashleigh McGhee 21, Khadejah Stevens 10, Kourtney Walton 6, Marcy Williams 7, Andrea Willis 11.
Kingsbury (22) — Marie Boone 2, Isabel Duarte 3, Candis Echols 5, Martha Eddings 3, Deneise Money 7, Kiyanna Wilson 2.
Trezevant / 16 / 19 / 19 / 16—70
Kingsbury / 9 / 3 / 10 /  0—22
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Soulsville (45) — M. Chapman 1, Z. Hicks 8, Mariah Muhammad 12, Taylor White 14, Tiara Williams 8, A. Thomason 2.
KIPP (11) — Naquayla Maxwell 8, Laparrish Williams 3.
Soulsville / 27 / 7 / 7 / 4—45
KIPP / 0 / 6 / 0 / 5—11
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Westwood (30) — T. Beans 4, Angeleane Blue 6, Marniqua Burton 9, Deraisha Isaac 3, Frankie McGory 2, S. Washington 2, J. Williams 2, Tiffany Williams 2.
MAHS (47) — Courtney Berry 8, Kendall Berry 7, Jackie Blackwell 5, Karia Chambers 17, India Daniels 2, Morgan Jackson 2, Jamque McDonald 2, Krystal Goins 4.
Westwood / 3 / 9 / 6 / 12—30
MAHS / 6 / 20 / 10 / 11—47
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Power Center Aca. (51) — Kaneskia Edwards 4, Jerica Garrett 9, Dana Moore 15, Allison Sledge 2, Rhaja White 11, Makalia Wright 10.
MASE (39) — Jennifer Banks 4, Charity Harris 4, Detta Mayzck 1, Tierney Stewart 1, Breyanna Warren 7, Tyanna Warren 22.
Power Center Aca. / 14 / 10 / 15 / 12—51
MASE / 6 / 7 / 15 / 11—39
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Northside (22) — Davida Beal 2, Brittney Bright 8, Monifah Dangerfield 2, Amber Mitchell 2, Joy Westbrook 8.
MBA (53) — Kiara Caswell 22, Marnesha Hamer 15, Verquesha Lusk 2, Marlene Moore 14.
Northside / 6 / 2 / 6 / 8—22
MBA / 21 / 14 / 12 / 6—53
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Jackson Christian (58) — Addie Carter 3, C. Clouse 8, Kayla Davenport 5, Amelia Grizzell 4, Haley Hickerson 4, Taylor McCollum 10, Hailey Spencer 3, Kristen Taylor 9, Alex Welch 4, Caroline Yarbrough 8.
Rossville Christian (26) — Kendyl Leath 2, Caroline Loftin 6, Brianna Long 2, Tayor Robertson 12, Tayor Zantop 2, Brianna Zink 2.
Jackson Christian / 7 / 13 / 16 / 22—58
Rossville Christian / 6 / 1 / 6 / 13—26
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Fairley (19) — Sabrina Alexander 8, Jessica Jamison 3, C. Lumpkin 1, Deja Washington 5, Smith 2.
Sheffield (51) — Ayonna Beason 3, Breanna Beason 19, Makayla Billups 6, Alaneshia Bullock 9, Denise Cage 11, Patricia Spearman 3.
Fairley / 6 / 4 / 4 /  5—19
Sheffield / 10 / 12 / 17 / 12—51
Records — Sheffield 2-17 (2-3, 16-AA).
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Horn Lake (45) — Breyanta Conley 5, Treasure Evans 7, Whitney Grant 12, Felicia Odom 7, Alondrea Rush 6, Alexyse Thomas 8.
Southaven (56) — Olivia Cunningham 5, Queen Hayes 9, Jasmine Joyner 10, Lulu Lane 1, Aliyah Miller 17, Joanna Smith 14.
Horn Lake / 14 / 9 / 11 / 11—45
Southaven / 12 / 20 / 14 / 10—56
Records — Horn Lake 16-1 (2-1, MHSAA 1-6A), Southaven 18-2 (3-0).
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Collierville (41) — Lindsey Allen 3, Amber Baldwin 6, Jessica Brown 21, Monica Brown 9, Caitlin Hamm 2.
Southwind (36) — Chelsea Baines 2, Kiante Butts 7, Ciara Douglas 10, Quinesha Farmer 6, Ebony Shaw 5, Jasmine Suggs 6.
Collierville / 2 / 11 / 11 / 17—41
Southwind / 7 / 9 / 7 / 13—36
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MHEA (38) — Jamie Croom 6, Tori Lewis 6, Emily Lytle 10, Sara Lytle 14, Bailey Wilkes 2.
St. Benedict (34) — Taylor Barnes 14, Nicole Ferris 6, Madison Luckett 6, Theresa Stoddard 6, Paige Williams 2.
MHEA / 6 / 16 / 6 / 10—38
St. Benedict / 10 / 4 / 12 /  8—34
Records — MHEA 17-2, St. Benedict 11-8.
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ECS (37) — Caroline Jamison 4, Maggie Little 9, Molly Martin 9, Celia Owens 6, Avery Sippel 2, Mary Faith Younts 7.
St. George’s (49) — Molly Courtney 11, Madeline East 4, Mary Henley Green 7, Grace Hunt 2, Madison Lathum 4, Olivia Roberts 1, Shelby Sims 9, Brooke Wertner 11.
ECS / 13 / 7 / 11 /  6—37
St. George’s / 14 / 16 / 7 / 12—49
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Memphis Hebrew (19) — Lilly Morris 4, Alyssa Ruble 4, Sara Belz 11.
Westminster (54) — Catie Cannon 4, Emily Conrad 5, Charli Hale 5, Rachel Halford 7, Ellie Lyons 8, Lee Stanley 6, Mary Stanley 8, Caroline Turner 9, Hannah Turner 2.
Memphis Hebrew / 2 / 9 / 8 /  0—19
Westminster / 17 / 11 / 14 / 12—54
Records — Westminster 11-4.
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Hamilton (46) — Artesha Chapman 4, Sarita Jackson 10, Shamya London 2, Keiona McDonald 2, Briauna Mitchell 14, Erica Shipp 12, Tieasha Williams 2.
Whitehaven (51) — Laka Blache 21, Tiarra Coleman 15, Erica Dean 3, Maia McCoy 12.
Hamilton / 13 / 4 / 17 / 12—46
Whitehaven / 13 / 13 / 14 / 11—51
Records — Hamilton 7-10, Whitehaven 15-6 (4-2, 16AAA)