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Sunday, January 31, 2016

Girls Basketball Scores January 30, 2016

From Commercial Appeal


ROBERTSON SPORTSWEAR CLASSIC
Arlington (66) — Raegyn Branch 20, Taylor Lattimore 8, Ashley Lee 17, Callie McMorran 3, Tori Sewell 13, Caitlyn Wilson 5.
Austin-Ala. (67) — L. Fitch 15, A. Owens 6, T. Johnson 39, A. Davis 2, K. Speegle 5.
Arlington 11 12 13 16 14— 66
Austin-Ala. 18 7 14 13 15— 67
Records — Arlington 18-7, Austin, Ala. 19-4.

PONTOTOC GIRLS SHOOTOUT
Northpoint (63) — Ashtyn Baker 16, Lindsay Bramlitt 4, Lauren Gross 5, Hannah Shafer 7, Jade Wells 17, Lindsey Whiteside 14.
Russellville-Ark. (39) — A. Owens 13, S. Ealy 13, B. Wilbers 6, A. Looper 2, E. Posey 3, T. Underhill 2.
Northpoint 18 19 10 16—63
Russellville 11 6 18 4—39
Records — Northpoint 21-1, Russellville, Ark. 16-3.

LATE FRIDAY GIRLS BASKETBALL BOX
MASE (51) — Kayla Foster 6, Rebekah Mitchell 4, Chastiny Moody 2, Kyla Moore 1, Taylor Robinson 11, Shernika Spencer 11, Precious Starnes 2, Breyanna Warren 14.
MBA (59) — Simphany Gillard 6, S. Lee 8, Shameria Murry 31, Kamequa Rucker 12, Antionette Shipp 2.
MASE 7 16 14 14—51
MBA 18 13 16 12—59
Records — MBA 13-8 (7-3, 16-A).

Girls Basketball Scores January 29, 2016

From Commercial Appeal

Bartlett (42) — Karagan Coggin 2, Jessica Jackson 11, Ashley Payne 8, Charity Savage 7, Nyla Smith 8, Dee Dee Williams 3, Elizabeth Williams 3.
Arlington (53) — Raegyn Branch 16, Nakia Grandberry 2, Taylor Lattimore 7, Ashley Lee 6, Callie McMorran 3, Tori Sewell 14, Caitlyn Wilson 5.
Bartlett 10 7 13 12—42 
Arlington 10 11 17 15—53 
Records — Bartlett 10-12 (3-2, 14-AAA), Arlington 18-6 (4-1).

St. Benedict (58) — Taylor Barnes 21, Kristina Ferris 3, Nicole Ferris 15, Myah LeFlore 4, Courtney Parker 3, Braxton Powers 3, Nicole Ungaro 9.
Briarcrest (51) — Elizabeth Barry 2, Morgan Hunt 10, Marika Owens 6, Savanna Owens 16, Julia Perrusquia 9, Rachel Sullivan 8.
St. Benedict 14 15 10 19—58
Briarcrest 14 11 16 10—51
Records — St. Benedict 17-4 (3-0, 2-AA), Briarcrest 11-11 (2-1).

Lake Cormorant (30) — Asia Blackshear 3, Kiki McKenzie 3, Jastiny Suggs 13, Tamiria Thomas 4, Kiara Wilson 5, Ray Lott 2.
Center Hill (38) — Rochelle Cathey 2, Victoria Dailey 12, Carrington Kneeland 2, Kaylan Morris 7, Kirmesha Oliver 10, Jada Spratt 2, Ariel Tunstall 3.
Lake Cormorant 10 11 3 6—30
Center Hill 7 8 12 11—38

Overton (65) — Kiante Butts 2, Rodrea Echols 18, Dontrecia Johnson 6, Ciera Pettis 16, Kiara Pettis 2, Kayla Williams 21.
Central (76) — Miyah Barnes 10, Jasmine Carson 28, Brianna Cooks 6, Tijuana Griggs 3, Brittney Ivory 1, Kynadi Kuykendoll 8, Johné Stewart 7, Jireh Washington 13.
Overton 15 20 13 17—65
Central 4 26 23 23—76
Records — Overton 12-2, Central 26-0 (9-0, 16-AAA).

Kingsbury (48) — Laterykah Austin 5, Taya Banks 17, Marrisha Bell 4, Canzis Echols 20, Diamond Wray 2.
Cordova (44) — Chardonney Brown 2, Taylor Christian 9, Zakyia Head 2, Deaundra Poe-Wilkins 13, Jerhonise Rollins 10, Andreana Wrister 6, India Daniels 2.
Kingsbury 11 17 7 13—48
Cordova 12 14 8 10—44
Records — Cordova 4-14 (0-5, 14-AAA).

Fairley (22) — Dahja Caspillan 6, Diamond Douglas 2, Ronyell Payne 4, Adrian Ross 5, Denisia Williams 5.
Craigmont (79) — Nakiya Brown 8, Danielle Conley 22, Keveona Fayne 10, Morgan Morris 8, Jessica Neal 4, Daja Scurlock 18, Jasmine Thornton 7, Antinique Williams 2.
Fairley 5 9 5 3—22
Craigmont 17 20 30 12—79
Records — Craigmont 20-4 (8-0, 16-AA).

Manassas (57) Joslynn Basemore 30, Ranesha Brown 7, Rakeeva Curry 4, Latonia Farley 12, Timia Taylor 2, Jasmine Walker 2.
Douglass (65) — Marquera Carnes 14, Jahmere Dangerfield 10, Jennifer Fletcher 2, Gazmyne Herndon 24, Antonekka Jones 8, Kierra Morris 4, Launtrest Readus 3.
Manassas 11 15 9 22—57
Douglass 12 19 15 19—65
Records — Douglass 7-9.

Harding (66) — Zaria Christy 6, Alexandria Ellis 4, Anna Horner 5, Hadley Horner 3, Antoinette Lewis 22, Sarah Luttrell 21, Carley Rhoads 2, Callie Stubbs 3.
FACS (29) — Kendall Laury 3, Bionka Massie 23, Carmen Moore 2, MacKenzie Youd 1.
Harding 15 16 24 11—66
FACS 5 4 13 7—29

USJ (56) — Hamberg 11, Hulme 9, A. Jones 27, E. Jones 2, Pickens 5, Terry 2.
Fayette Aca. (34) — Kaitlin Bowers 5, Sarah Layne Ellis 1, Abby Hilliard 11, Lauren Lessel 3, Kayli Skelton 10, Heather Slocum 4.
USJ 16 14 16 10—56
Fayette Aca. 15 2 11 6—34
Records — Fayette Aca. 12-9.

Southaven (44) — Shaniia Green 3, Erica Jones 17, Tan Metcalf 2, Tye Metcalf 10, Astraea Moore 6, Gabrielle Morgan 6.
Horn Lake (36) — Shernique Adams 9, Destiny Bowen 6, Erica Richardson 4, Taelour Richardson 2, Chrissah Shaw 11, M. Ward 4.
Southaven 9 10 14 11—44
Horn Lake 8 12 7 9—36
Records — Southaven 14-5.

Collierville (53) — Destiney Amaefula 1, Daija Boyd 2, Vanessa Christensen 2, Trinity Farmer 5, Kyra Pryor 15, Destiny Shaw 1, Alexis Taylor 12, Jada Taylor 6, Lauren Taylor 9.
Houston (77) — Melisa Carter 3, Shaela Gardner 4, Madison Griggs 11, Jayla Hemingway 23, Sammiyah Hoskin 6, Rochelle Lee 17, Sydney Malone 2, Jaida Roper 11.
Collierville 9 14 19 11—53
Houston 19 26 16 16—77
Records — Houston 19-2 (9-0, 15-AAA).

MAHS (13) — Alexis Davis 4, Joi Gary 2, Venesha Jett 7.
Mitchell (83) — Vertonia Bady 15, Dominique Chatman 6, DeMiya Grandberry 9, Chancey Jackson 6, Dominique McAdory 2, Kiara McCollins 8, Derinisha Taylor 20, Anterrika Willis 17.
MAHS 6 1 6 0—13
Mitchell 26 22 15 20—83
Records — Mitchell 18-6 (13-0, 16-A).

Hardin Co. (23) — Stricklin 6, Bishop 2, Mazanek 2, Bills 4, Nix 1, Hunt 2, Brewer 3, Shannon 3.
Munford (49) — Deasha Banks 1, Gabby Crawford 18, Ali Gover 2, Shania Johnson 14, Johnna Jones 10, Deja Potter 4.
Hardin Co. 7 8 2 6—23
Munford 9 17 16 7—49
Records — Munford 13-10.

ECS (29) — Emma Baltz 8, Kelly Kuenzinger 4, Emily Lytle 15, Jordan Shackleford 2.
Northpoint (50) — Ashtyn Baker 14, Lindsay Bramlitt 2, Lauren Gross 7, Jade Wells 9, Lindsey Whiteside 18.
ECS 8 5 3 13—29
Northpoint 19 11 10 10—50
Records — ECS 10-10 (4-4, Division 2-A), Northpoint 20-1 (7-0).

Washington (62) — Carnessia Griggs 18, Derrinesha Jackson 14, Trenavous Jackson 1, Myneshia Johnson 5, LeVesha Parish 6, Hermeshia Perkins 2, Kaylan Perkins 2, Niesha Thomas 3, Johneshia Walker 8, Brianna White 3.
Northside (35) — Davida Beal 5, Charlesetta Riley 8, Starkisha Saine 8, Trakesha Whiting 9, J'la Ward 5.
Washington 15 9 21 17—62
Northside 6 10 14 5—35
Records — Washington 16-5.

Hillcrest (21) — Ashley Champion 2, Latitana Collins 1, Tricilla James 3, Meghan Johnson 8, Candace McGowan 2, Kadeeja Patterson 5.
Oakhaven (86) — Tayonia Ash 15, MiKayla Beamon 7, Jalecia Cowan 9, Corlishia Howard 40, Lydia Robertson 4, Jazlynn Smith 1, Brandee West 10.
Hillcrest 0 11 2 8—21
Oakhaven 29 17 22 18—86
Records — Oakhaven 15-5.

Kirby (35) — Dariana Anderson 3, Marneisha Hamer 19, Desirea Jackson 11, Juantia Walton 2.
Ridgeway (52) — Takesia Barnes 4, Brandi Beasley 21, Mericle Blake-Hall 4, Secret Brown 4, Elizabeth Dixon 15, Jamilla Hamlett 2, Lakitta Callaway 2.
Kirby 11 10 8 6—35
Ridgeway 9 10 16 17—52

Rossville Christian (52) — Gracie Cairncross 6, Hannah Hurdle 3, Caroline Loftin 27, Mary Cathryn Mathis 4, Kara Novarese 12.
St. George's (49) — Abbie Cloutier 2, Ann Ragan Grissom 7, Grace Kenley 8, Gracie Maiden 2, Makayla Smith 6, Miaya Smith 5, Adi Thrasher 19.
Rossville 14 13 14 11—52
St. George's 11 8 15 15—49

Raleigh-Egypt (57) — Tasia Bland 14, Taylor Bridges 8, Diamond Hunt 2, Britney Johnson 7, Manaya Jones 20, Jakayla Robinson 6.
Trezevant (60) — Sachmere Bougard 3, Sade Hudson 10, Emma Jackson 7, Brandy Shannon 13, Kearra Tucker 5, Jessica Walker 22.
Raleigh-Egypt 22 10 13 12—57
Trezevant 9 12 15 24—60
Records — Raleigh-Egypt 11-9 (8-2, 16-AA), Trezevant 9-7 (5-4).

Melrose (29) — Keanna Conner 6, Jatera Miller 3, Destynee Smith 2, Joelysa Spencer 13, Zanndrea Watkins 5.
Whitehaven (54) — Lavasha Jackson 7, Martina Jones 3, Ebony Malone 8, Brianna Shaw 6, Oraya Turner 8, Shmiya Ward 11, Alexus Williams 3, Ariel Williams 8.
Melrose 2 7 6 14—29
Whitehaven 10 26 10 8—54
Records — Whitehaven 12-10 (3-6, 16-AAA).

Central girls 26-0 after 76-65 win over Overton

Article from Commercial Appeal

Jasmine Carson
It didn't look like it would happen after the first eight minutes.

But as the closing seconds wound down in the Central girls' 76-65 Homecoming victory over Overton, the Warriors students raised a chant that could be heard around the state.

"26 and 0. Hey!"

It was a game worth shouting about.

Sophomore Jasmine Carson scored 28 points to lead Central, which is ranked second in the Dandy Dozen, third in the state and 23rd nationally according to MaxPreps. She knocked down five of her team's 11 3-pointers.

"I have to do anything I can to help my team be successful," Carson said. "Always. It was a fun game. We really felt the crowd and that made the game a lot more intense."

Overton — which has lost only twice all year, both times to Central — dominated the first quarter and led 15-4 early. But with Carson leading the way, the Warriors kept working.

"Early, we were getting shots, but we just weren't making them," said Central coach Rashad Haynes. "We had to make some adjustments, play better defense and create some steals."

Fueled by Jireh Washington, who scored all 13 of her points in the second half, Central built a five-point lead after three and quickly extended it to double digits once its transition game got rolling late.

UAB signee Miyah Barnes added 10 points for Central.

Kayla Williams, who will play college ball at Wichita State, connected on six 3-pointers and scored 21 points to lead Overton, which came in ranked third in the Dandy Dozen and 10th in the state. Rodrea Echols (Oklahoma State) added 18 with four 3-pointers as the teams combined for 23 baskets from behind the arc.

With three regular season games remaining, Central could still be undefeated by the time the postseason begins. Not that Haynes is concerned with that.

"I'm a day-to-day kind of guy," he said. "I don't look at rankings. ... We have our daily goals, and if we accomplish those goals we'll get the results."

IN OTHER GAMES

Northpoint's girls improved to 20-1 with a 50-29 victory over Division 2-A rival ECS. Lindsey Whiteside led the Trojans with 18 points and Ashtyn Baker added 14. ... St. Benedict got 21 points from Taylor Barnes and nine points and 12 rebounds from Nicole Ungaro in a 58-51 victory over Briarcrest. The Eagles are 17-4. ... Hamilton is 15-5 after defeating East, 50-41. Undrea Porter scored 15 and Tesia Thompson added 10.

Jayla Hemingway had 23 points, 12 rebounds, six assists and six steals as Houston (19-2) defeated archrival Collierville, 77-53. ... Arlington (18-6) downed Bartlett 53-42 behind 16 from Raegyn Branch and 14 from Tori Sewell.

Friday, January 29, 2016

Locked in and focused, Central’s unbeaten Lady Warriors drive on

Article and Image from tsdmemphis.com




With an unblemished record of 23-0 and 10-0 in district play, Central’s Lady Warriors are locked in on two bedrock goals. The first goal is to get better every day. The second is to just focus on the first goal and see where it goes from there.

Head coach Rashad Haynes, a graduate from Central with the class of 1994, has his team grounded and zeroed in on the little things. His Lady Warriors go through their pregame drills with effort and intensity. He is always looking for areas to help each and every player to get better.

On Tuesday night, Central was at home and clicking as they ran away from East 67 to 36.
The Warriors are a very young team with only two seniors, center Tijuana Griggs and guard Miyah Barnes. The roster is filled with 10 freshmen and 5 sophomores. The 6’4” Griggs is relied upon for rebounding and being a good defensive presence. Barnes and sophomore guard Jireh Washington have spearheaded the offensive firepower.

Washington’s points, steals and leadership have been key.

“I’ve had Jireh for a long, long time and she has a touch and has a way of understanding what we are trying to do,” said Haynes.

The Lady Warriors’ offense is triggered by their defense. They implore a 2-2-1 full court press to start the game to force the tempo. The pressure leads to many turnovers and easy baskets. When they are in their half-court offense they are not afraid to rely on outside shooting. It appears everyone has the green light to shoot, if they feel they have a good look.

Keeping his team focused on the little things can be a challenge at times. The Warriors have had only two games that were decided by five points or less. The last time that occurred was a 3-point win (50-47) over on January 8.

“Each and every day in practice is competitive,” said Haynes. “We are fighting for spots, so every game is important. We don’t allow them to become complacent.”

Despite a perfect record, Central is only ranked third in the latest Associated Press Tennessee High Schools Class AAA rankings. The Lady Warriors are one of only two teams in the AAA classification that remains unbeaten; the other unbeaten team, Wilson Central, is ranked fourth. Overton is ranked eighth in the latest poll, with its only loss coming at the hands of Central.

Haynes is using being ranked third in the polls as motivation for his team. However, he knows that at the end of the day what happens on the floor is what is most important.

Girls Basketball Scores January 28, 2016

From Commercial Appeal


Power Center Aca. (43) — Kelsey Banks 13, Jaylyn Brown 2, Surina Finnie 6, Jurica Garrett 8, Rahja White 8, Kayla Williams 4, Makaila Wright 2.
City University (18) — Taylor Allen 5, Tezala Danner 4, Miracle Gober 6, Acacia Phillips 1, Makayla Stout 2.
Power Center Aca. 14 7 9 13—43
City University 6 7 3 2—18

Lausanne (56) — Breanna Bullock 10, Kat DelPriore 12, Sarah Edwards 2, Taa'lor Fondren 4, Selena Pruitt 20, Princess Stark 8.
ECS (42) — Daisha Jiles 9, Kelly Kuenzinger 6, Emily Lytle 27.
Lausanne 14 16 16 10—56
ECS 7 8 16 11—42
Records — Lausanne 12-5 (4-2, Div. 2A), ECS 10-9 (4-3).

Northside (31) — Davida Beal 3, Valerie Nolen 2, Charlesetta Riley 6, Starkisha Saine 14, Christianna Taylor 2, Trakesha Whiting 4.
KIPP (41) — Bria Brown 4, Jocelyn Carr 3, Shatera Howard 11, Anterraka Malone 12, Brandy McGee 7, Destiny Pickett 4.
Northside 8 5 10 8—31
KIPP 9 8 11 13—41
Records — KIPP 8-10.

Craigmont (60) — Nakiya Brown 20, Keveona Fayne 4, Akeria James 5, Morgan Morris 13, Jessica Neal 16, Jasmine Thornton 2.
MLK Prep (36) — Dyrianda Johnson 10, Unique Miller 20, Brittany Wooden 2, Eboni Young 4.
Craigmont 19 14 21 6—60
MLK Prep 11 4 11 10—36
Records — Craigmont 19-4, MLK Prep 6-12.

East (27) — Tamiya Battle 3, Jamaya Bell 4, Laterrica Black 4, Kailyn Downs 2, Kayla Freeman 12, Jaylin Perry 2.
Overton (72) — Kiante Butts 16, Rodrea Echols 4, Marquesha Fennell 10, Dontrecia Johnson 7, Ciera Pettis 8, Kiara Pettis 7, Kayla Williams 20.
East 5 7 6 9—27
Overton 23 14 19 16—72
Records — Overton 14-1.

Rossville Christian (49) — Maddie Anderson 5, Gracie Cairncross 5, Hannah Hurdle 2, Caroline Loftin 16, Alexis Long 7, Mary Cathryn Mathis 6, Kara Novarese 8.
Sacred Heart (8) — Katie Chouinard 2, Gale Fitzgerald 4, Hannah Fitzgerald 2.
Rossville Christian 19 17 6 7—49
Sacred Heart 3 0 5 0—8
Records — Rossville Christian 16-5 (5-2, Div. 2A).


Mitchell (80) — Vertonia Bady 18, Dominique Chatman 6, DeMiya Grandberry 6, Karissa Hamlet 2, Kiara McCollins 18, Derinisha Taylor 14, Anterrika Willis 16.
Soulsville (26) — Martiana Chatman 5, LaTerica Davis 3, Kaylin Fields 4, Oriana Jones 4, Yuneique Meredith 9, Jayla Hampton 1.
Mitchell 21 20 21 18—80
Soulsville 8 8 7 3—26
Records — Mitchell 17-6 (12-0, 16-A).

Hutchison (45) — Kerrigan Braxton 12, Rainey Charbonnet 3, Gardner Dunavant 3, Elizabeth Farnsworth 16, Jordan Groover 1, Macy McCullough 6, Madison Moore 4.
St. Agnes (43) — Amanda Lammey 14, Lauren Lewis 1, Marisa Lewis 4, Lauren Ryan 3, Mary Wilson Screws 2, Rachel Siano 4, Amelia Wigley 15.
Hutchison 11 8 9 17—45
St. Agnes 12 7 15 9—43
Records — Hutchison 10-8 (1-2, Div. 2AA), St. Agnes 5-13 (0-3).


Harding (59) — Zaria Christy 4, Jacaila Davis 3, Alexandria Ellis 2, Anna Horner 14, Hadley Horner 5, Antoinette Lewis 15, Sarah Luttrell 6, Carley Rhoads 2, Elaine Savage 6, Callie Stubbs 2.
St. Mary's (17) — Kate Herzke 2, Jean Jackson 4, Margie Peeler 1, Evelyn Roberts 6, Mary-Harper Robinson 4.
Harding 17 18 17 7—59
St. Mary's 1 6 6 4—17
Records — Harding 16-4 (6-0, Div. 2A), St. Mary's 2-13 (1-9).

Memphis Metro (49) — Ellie Adkisson 5, Teal Battle 17, Zaire Hicks 10, Kaila McDaniel 4, Christina Nichols 9, Laura Spradlin 2, Amber Stuart 2.
Tipton-Rosemark Aca. (29) — Taylor Beasley 4, Brooke Bridges 2, Emily Fisher 2, Brittany Hall 2, Ally Naifeh 9, Megan Sanfratello 2, Neely Turner 1, Abby West 7.
Memphis Metro 12 16 7 14—49
Tipton-Rosemark Aca. 6 9 3 11—29
Records — Tipton-Rosemark Aca. 10-11.


Sheffield (45) — Ayonna Beason 7, Breanna Beason 14, Miata Borders 2, Nikita Mays 5, Cabria Thomas 4, Destany White 13.
Westwood (31) — Carleesia Austin 8, Breanna Boyd 4, Markeila Burton 1, Marnique Burton 8, Cedkenya Crockett 2, Patrice Norrington 1, Tacorria Stokes 7.
Sheffield 11 16 4 14—45
Westwood 7 3 14 7—31
Records — Sheffield 9-10 (4-3, 16-AA).

Hamilton (58) — Samantha Hill 2, Shamya London 8, Kyra Nathan 6, Undrea Porter 8, Takya Reid 12, Tesia Thompson 16, Darry'l White 6.
White Station (71) — Allanna Black 11, Damiah Griffin 7, Kyla Harris 5, Tamia Jones 13, Dejah Montgomery 13, Brittni Moore 11, Taylor Williams 11.
Hamilton 12 11 14 21—58
White Station 14 24 21 12—71
Records — Hamilton 14-4 (2-2, 16-AAA), White Station 14-5.


Central (75) — Eva Bailey 3, Miyah Barnes 11, Jasmine Carson 18, Brianna Cooks 2, Tijuana Griggs 8, Kynadi Kuykendoll 6, Johné Stewart 15, Jireh Washington 12.
Whitehaven (66) — Lavasha Jackson 5, Ebony Malone 2, Bianna Pettis 4, Kania Taylor 5, Oraya Turner 17, Shmiya Ward 8, Alexus Williams 7, Ariel Williams 18.
Central 17 16 26 16—75
Whitehaven 9 18 9 30—66
Records — Central 25-0 (8-0, 16-AAA), Whitehaven 11-10 (2-6).

LATE WEDNESDAY
Trezevant (57) — Sade Hudson 22, Brandy Shannon 12, Kearra Tucker 4, Jaquisha Vaughn 2, Jessica Walker 17.
Raleigh-Egypt (69) — Tasia Bland 8, Taylor Bridges 11, Diamond Hunt 2, Manaya Jones 22, Jakayla Robinson 12, Japerria Robinson 1, Whitney Smith 11, Ronni Williams 2.
Trezevant 11 13 15 18—57
Raleigh-Egypt 13 12 24 20—69
Records — Raleigh-Egypt 11-8 (8-1, 16-AA).

Thursday, January 28, 2016

Olive Branch, Central in Blue Star Media National Rankings



Olive Branch is #7 in Elite 25 Ranking. Central is #2 in Southland Ranking.


See entire ranking

Memphis Central in MaxPreps Top 25 National Rankings

Central is #23..



See the entire ranking

Congratulations to the SCIAA County Champions, Cordova!!!


Vertonia Bady, Commercial Appeal Player of the Week

Vertonia Bady, Mitchell: A 5-10 freshman who alternates between guard and forward, Bady has established herself as one of the top young talents in the city. This past week she led the Tigers to victories over Hillcrest, Oakhaven and Power Center Academy, averaging 22.7 points, 12 rebounds, 2.3 assists, 2.3 blocks and 2.7 steals per contest.

Girls Basketball Dandy Dozen

Released by the Commercial Appeal on January 27, 2016

 
School / Last week
1. Olive Branch (23-0) 1
2. Central (24-0) 2
3. Overton (13-1) 3
4. Houston (18-2) 4
5. Northpoint (19-1) 5
6. Horn Lake (17-5) 6
7. White Station (16-5) 7
8. Craigmont (18-4) 8
9. St. Benedict (15-4) 9
10. Hamilton (14-4) 11
11. Harding (15-4) 12
12. Ridgeway (14-5) NR
Dropped out: MHEA

Wednesday, January 27, 2016

Hamilton Wildcats Basketball Feature

Love this feature on my alma mater!!! Love Hamilton!

Girls Basketball Scores January 26, 2016

From Commercial Appeal

Bolton (38) — Toni Green 2, Kiki Logan 7, Lakyia Parker 4, Heaven Thompson 15, Kerrice Watson 8, Misha Wright 2.
Arlington (68) — Raegyn Branch 16, Maya Brown 5, Nakia Grandberry 3, Trenity Hill 2, Taylor Lattimore 7, Ashley Lee 14, Callie McMorran 3, Tori Sewell 8, Haylee Smith 2, Caitlyn Wilson 8.
Bolton 5 13 6 14—38
Arlington 19 6 22 21—68
Records — Bolton 10-12 (3-1, 14-AAA), Arlington 17-6 (3-1).

MHEA (30) — Jamie Crum 16, Kylie Loadholt 5, Catie Shoemaker 2, Lindsey Vaughn 7.
Briarcrest (32) — Morgan Hunt 4, Marika Owens 7, Savanna Owens 10, Julia Perrusquia 6, Jewel Robinson 2, Lauren Taylor 3.
MHEA 5 11 3 11—30
Briarcrest 6 9 9 8—32
Records — MHEA 17-9, Briarcrest 11-10.

Collierville (64) — Destiney Amaefula 1, Daija Boyd 4, Vanessa Christensen 2, Trinity Farmer 4, Kyra Pryor 16, Destiny Shaw 7, Alexis Taylor 9, Jada Taylor 21.
Brighton (57) — Taliyah Brown 10, Danielle Collins 12, Alyssa Hunt 2, Kailey Hunt 5, Shayna Johnson 10, Makayla Rose 4, Sam Sloan 2, MG Smith 9, Haley Simpson 3.
Collierville 7 19 14 24—64
Brighton 8 6 12 31—57
Records — Collierville 15-10, Brighton 6-10.

East (50) — Laterrica Black 8, Kayla Freeman 23, Promise Gray 14, Radarika Washington 5.
Central (78) — Eva Bailey 9, Miyah Barnes 15, Jasmine Carson 8, Brianna Cooks 9, Alencia Hall 2, Kynadi Kuykendoll 4, Ariel Lane 2, Johné Stewart 2, Jireh Washington 27.
East 11 5 20 14—50
Central 25 23 19 11—78
Records — East 4-11, Central 24-0.

Millington (32) — Tamia Aldridge 9, Jherika Brown 4, Glenda Garner 15, Marquisha Sanders 4.
Covington (53) — Tia Bland 16, Khylee Dowell 5, Cadaija Hall 1, Alexis Johnson 2, Malia Johnson 2, Treasuary Poindexter 24, Lamiia Udley 3.
Millington 13 3 6 10—32
Covington 10 13 19 11—53
Records — Millington 5-16, Covington 17-4.

Westwood (38) — Carleesia Austin 10, Breanna Boyd 6, Markeila Burton 10, Jasmyne Long 4, Tacorria Stokes 8.
Craigmont (51) — Nakiya Brown 13, Danielle Conley 13, Mariah Houston 2, Akeria James 3, Morgan Morris 11, Jessica Neal 4, Daja Scurlock 3, Antinique Williams 2.
Westwood 9 4 11 14—38
Craigmont 16 7 16 12—51
Records — Craigmont 19-4 (7-0, 16-AA).

Catholic (26) — Suzanne Dease 2, Zarera Ector 3, Lytia Flowers 4, Deyon Gipson 6, Gabby Moore 11.
ECS (27) — Daisha Jiles 6, Emily Lytle 14, Jordan Shackleford 4, Adrienne Teed 3.
Catholic 9 2 5 10—26
ECS 6 5 4 12—27
Records — Catholic 10-10 (3-4, Division 2-A), ECS 10-8 (4-2).

Kirby (40) — Bryuana Buntyn 6, Marneisha Hamer 16, Desirea Jackson 5, Marshala Shelton 2, Juantia Walton 11.
Germantown (58) — Breaunna Burks 11, Jada Horn 17, Destinee Manning 4, Davielle Moore 11, Julie Sandridge 7, Carria Smith 6, Karlynn Woods 2.
Kirby 14 8 11 7—40
Germantown 8 20 14 16—58
Records — Germantown 9-13 (6-3, 15-AAA).

City University (47) — Taylor Allen 9, Tezala Danner 12, Miracle Gober 7, Iesha Miller 2, Acacia Phillips 9, Makayla Stout 2, Destiny Taylor 6.
Hillcrest (19) — Rickiesha Howard 4, Tricilla James 3, Candace McGowan 3, Kadeeja Patterson 9.
City University 10 16 11 10—47
Hillcrest 0 9 5 5—19

Harding (69) — Zaria Christy 1, Jacaila Davis 6, Valecia Harris 2, Anna Horner 19, Hadley Horner 5, Abigail Howell 2, Antoinette Lewis 14, Sarah Luttrell 11, Carley Rhoads 3, Callie Stubbs 6.
Lausanne (44) — Breanna Bullock 3, Kat DelPriore 4, Taa'lor Fondren 3, Selena Pruitt 12, Princess Stark 22.
Harding 18 18 12 21—69
Lausanne 6 7 12 19—44
Records — Harding 15-4 (5-0, Div. 2A), Lausanne 11-6 (3-2).

DeSoto Central (50) — Courtney Banks 14, Johnson 13, Washington 8, K. Wilson 6, R. Wilson 4, Bullock 5.
Munford (58) — Deasha Banks 12, Gabby Crawford 7, Shania Johnson 13, Johnna Jones 20, Deja Potter 6.
DeSoto Central 9 14 16 11—50
Munford 12 19 11 16—58
Records — Munford 12-10.

FACS (38) — Kallan Gresko 4, Kendall Laury 6, Bionka Massie 20, Rachel Nix 2, Gabbie White 2, Riley Willard 2, MacKenzie Youd 2.
Northpoint (73) — Ashtyn Baker 18, McKinley Baker 1, Lindsay Bramlitt 5, Micaela Brown 2, Allie Enders 1, Lauren Gross 17, Hannah Shafer 3, Caroline Swindoll 3, Jade Wells 17, Lindsey Whiteside 6.
FACS 4 14 5 15—38
Northpoint 37 15 16 5—73
Records — FACS 2-12 (0-6, Division 2-A), Northpoint 19-1 (6-0).

Mitchell (61) — Vertonia Bady 21, Dominique Chatman 21, DeMiya Grandberry 6, Karissa Hamlet 1, Shakirra Hearn 1, Anterria Jackson 2, Chancey Jackson 2, Dominique McAdory 4, Kiara McCollins 3.
Power Center Aca. (33) — Kelsey Banks 3, Surina Finnie 10, Jurica Garrett 4, Rahja White 8, Makaila Wright 8.
Mitchell 8 21 15 17—61
PCA 8 14 3 8—33
Records — Mitchell 16-6 (11-0, 16-A).

Fayette Aca. (45) — Kaitlin Bowers 1, Kaylie Carter 1, Sarah Layne Ellis 7, Abby Hilliard 6, Lauren Lessel 9, Hayley Moffatt 2, Morgan Reed 3, Kayli Skelton 7, Heather Slocum 4, Alex Wadley 5.
Rossville Christian (49) — Maddie Anderson 9, Breana Bing 1, Gracie Cairncross 4, Hannah Hurdle 2, Caroline Loftin 10, Mary Cathryn Mathis 9, Kara Novarese 14.
Fayette Aca. 12 14 6 13—45
RCA 16 15 6 12—49
Records — Rossville Christian 15-5 (4-2, Division 2-A).

MAHS (37) — Jmaya Bailey 6, Mya Cathey 5, Alexis Davis 2, Joi Gary 10, Venesha Jett 10, Kayla Shelley 4.
Soulsville (51) — Brianna Brown 4, Martiana Chatman 10, LaTerica Davis 2, Kaylin Fields 16, Oriana Jones 6, Yuneique Meredith 11, Jayla Hampton 2.
MAHS 14 7 7 9—37
Soulsville 11 11 13 16—51
Records — Soulsville 6-11.

Bartlett (51) — Jessica Jackson 17, Ashley Payne 5, Charity Savage 21, Nyla Smith 6, Dee Dee Williams 1, Elizabeth Williams 1.
Southaven (48) — Emily Evans 8, Erica Jones 25, Tye Metcalf 4, Astraea Moore 7, Gabrielle Morgan 4.
Bartlett 10 13 10 18—51
Southaven 17 13 11 7—48
Records — Bartlett 11-11.

Houston (59) — Shaela Gardner 8, Madison Griggs 6, Jayla Hemingway 20, Rochelle Lee 6, Sydney Malone 2, Kelsey Nadler 2, Jaida Roper 15.
Southwind (31) — Kesala Allen 4, Asjah Anthony 2, Ya'Taria Coleman 2, Pinkie Fossett 4, Dazae Marshall 2, Essence Rankin 2, Ebony Shaw 15.
Houston 15 21 13 10—59
Southwind 8 4 7 12—31
Records — Southwind 8-10.

Kingsbury (31) — Laterykah Austin 3, Taya Banks 2, Marrisha Bell 1, Angelina Couch 2, Canzis Echols 19, Angel Fleming 1, Mwanita Neema 2, Diamond Wray 1.
St. Benedict (71) — Taylor Barnes 11, Catalina Carrasco 4, Alyssa Denegri 1, Kennedy Dlabaj 4, Lily Gleneck 4, Myah LeFlore 15, Courtney Parker 14, Braxton Powers 4, Nicole Ungaro 10, Katherine Vassallo 2, Santia McCraw 2.
Kingsbury 4 11 13 3—31
St. Benedict 22 24 16 9—71
Records — Kingsbury 4-7, St. Benedict 16-4.

Douglass (44) — Marquera Carnes 2, Jahmere Dangerfield 6, Gazmyne Herndon 22, Antonekka Jones 10, Kierra Morris 2, Launtrest Readus 2.
Trezevant (58) — Sachmere Bougard 4, Kiara Dale 5, Sade Hudson 24, Brandy Shannon 11, Kearra Tucker 2, Jaquisha Vaughn 1, Jessica Walker 11.
Douglass 5 12 11 16—44
Trezevant 15 7 19 17—58
Records — Trezevant 8-6 (3-3, 16-AA).

Overton (59) — Kiante Butts 2, Rodrea Echols 12, Marquesha Fennell 7, Kyla Green 6, Dontrecia Johnson 7, Ciera Pettis 8, Kiara Pettis 1, Kayla Williams 16.
Whitehaven (48) — Lavasha Jackson 3, Ebony Malone 4, Bianna Pettis 1, Brianna Shaw 6, Oraya Turner 9, Shmiya Ward 10, Alexus Williams 2, Ariel Williams 13.
Overton 9 16 21 13—59
Whitehaven 5 13 19 11—48
Records — Whitehaven 11-9 (2-5, 16-AAA).

Ridgeway (60) — Takesia Barnes 3, Brandi Beasley 8, Mericle Blake-Hall 17, Secret Brown 4, Elizabeth Dixon 25, Cassye Greer 1, Lakitta Callaway 2.
Wooddale (31) — Tarsha Ivory 11, Tatianna Kimber 5, DaShona Richard 11, Takayla Roach 2, Brianca Williams 2.
Ridgeway 15 16 14 15—60
Wooddale 7 9 7 8—31
Records — Ridgeway 15-5 (6-1, 15-AAA), Wooddale 0-15.

LATE MONDAY
Raleigh-Egypt (63) — Tasia Bland 20, Taylor Bridges 10, Taliyah Davis 2, Diamond Hunt 2, Britney Johnson 2, Manaya Jones 10, Jakayla Robinson 4, Whitney Smith 4, Ronni Williams 9.
KIPP (37) — Bria Brown 3, Jocelyn Carr 4, Shatera Howard 13, Anterraka Malone 9, Destiny Pickett 4, B. McGuire 4.
Raleigh-Egypt 16 20 15 12—63
KIPP 12 7 5 13—37
Records — Raleigh-Egypt 10-8.

GIRLS BASKETBALL SCORE
Westminster 53, Brinkley Heights 30

Jalen O'Bannon (Central) Collects Sixth OVC Newcomer Award


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Tuesday, January 26, 2016

Bellevue, Cordova Middle School Divisional Champs

Congrats Ladies!!!

Bellevue

Cordova

Girls Basketball Scores January 25, 2016

From Commercial Appeal

Catholic (36) — Suzanne Dease 2, Zarera Ector 8, Lytia Flowers 10, Deyon Gipson 8, Gabby Moore 6, Shania Smith 2.
FACS (29) — Kallan Gresko 3, Bionka Massie 15, Carmen Moore 1, Rachel Nix 4, Gabbie White 3, Riley Willard 3.
Catholic 6 14 10 6—36
FACS 6 13 7 3—29
Records — FACS 2-11 (0-5, Division 2-A).

Memphis School of Excellence (11) — Alexia Abston 3, Zieta Lee 2, Shantell Turner 6.
GRAD Academy (56) — Andrica Barnes 12, Jasmine Collins 8, Shantel Collins 10, Ayana Coppage 9, Bianca Duckett 2, Lawryn Jones 2, Shauna Taylor 2, Jayla Turner 3, C. Stone 8.
MSE 5 3 2 1—11
GRAD Academy 20 20 13 3—56

MAHS (58) — Jmaya Bailey 10, Mya Cathey 2, Joi Gary 19, Venesha Jett 18, Zakaria Martin 2, Kayla Shelley 6, Makailah Jett 1.
Hillcrest (37) — Ashley Champion 2, Rickiesha Howard 12, Tricilla James 5, Candace McGowan 2, Kadeeja Patterson 16.
MAHS 11 12 13 22—58
Hillcrest 10 13 6 8—37

Briarcrest (55) — Elizabeth Barry 2, Morgan Hunt 17, Marika Owens 6, Savanna Owens 15, Julia Perrusquia 5, Brianna Pope 1, Rachel Sullivan 7, Lauren Taylor 2.
Hutchison (50) — Kerrigan Braxton 6, Gardner Dunavant 12, Elizabeth Farnsworth 10, Jordan Groover 7, Macy McCullough 10, Madison Moore 4, Catey Nelson 1.
Briarcrest 12 21 7 15—55
Hutchison 10 13 12 15—50
Records — Briarcrest 10-10, Hutchison 8-8 (0-2, Division 2-AA).

Carver (31) — Raven Hall 2, Sydne Harris 10, Tarciana Sutton 13, Markesha Thomas 4, Roro Williams 2.
Northside (59) — Davida Beal 4, Azia Cross-Wyatt 4, Charlesetta Riley 7, Starkisha Saine 28, Christianna Taylor 16.
Carver 11 7 8 5—31
Northside 13 14 22 10—59

City University (34) — Taylor Allen 8, Tezala Danner 2, Miracle Gober 5, Ruby Johnson 2, Iesha Miller 2, Acacia Phillips 13, Destiny Taylor 2.
Oakhaven (67) — Tayonia Ash 10, MiKayla Beamon 10, Carolyn Cowan 4, Corlishia Howard 27, Lydia Robertson 4, Evetta Shannon 3, Brandee West 9.
City University 7 8 14 5—34
Oakhaven 9 27 16 15—67
Records — Oakhaven 13-5.

MASE (61) — Kayla Foster 7, Kyla Moore 2, Taylor Robinson 22, Shernika Spencer 22, Breyanna Warren 8.
Soulsville (53) — Brianna Brown 2, Martiana Chatman 12, Kaylin Fields 13, Oriana Jones 2, Yuneique Meredith 17, DeZaria Powers 2, J. Hampton 5.
MASE 16 15 20 10—61
Soulsville 14 16 9 14—53

St. Agnes (30) — Kayton Foulks 3, Amanda Lammey 9, Marisa Lewis 3, Caroline Pietrangelo 5, Kindall Ross 2, Rachel Siano 6, Amelia Wigley 2.
St. Benedict (55) — Taylor Barnes 14, Catalina Carrasco 2, Kennedy Dlabaj 2, Nicole Ferris 12, Lily Gleneck 2, Myah LeFlore 8, Courtney Parker 6, Nicole Ungaro 9.
St. Agnes 3 7 14 6—30
St. Benedict 14 15 13 13—55
Records — St. Agnes 5-13 (0-2, Division 2-AA), St. Benedict 15-4 (2-0).

Sacred Heart (7) — A. Easley 5, H. Fitzgerald 2.
St. George's (43) — Ann Ragan Grissom 14, Grace Kenley 3, Makayla Smith 7, Miaya Smith 12, Adi Thrasher 3, Katie Schaefer 4.
Sacred Heart 0 5 2 0— 7
St. George's 17 12 10 4—43

Northpoint (58) — Ashtyn Baker 12, Lindsay Bramlitt 4, Micaela Brown 8, Lauren Gross 14, Hannah Shafer 2, Jade Wells 16, Lindsey Whiteside 2.
St. Mary's (22) — Meredith Hood 2, Olivia House 4, Evelyn Roberts 9, Mary-Harper Robinson 2, Brett Silver 5.
Northpoint 20 22 14 2—58
St. Mary's 2 5 9 6—22
Records — Northpoint 18-1 (6-0, Division 2-A), St. Mary's 1-12 (1-8).

Tennessee AP Girls Prep Basketball Poll for Jan. 25

CLASS AAA
                           Record    Pts    Prv

1. Blackman (15)      18-2    150    1
2. Riverdale              19-1    130    2
3. Central                22-0    114    3
4. Wilson Central      19-0    98    5
5. Morristown West   19-2    95    4
6. Oakland               15-3    75    7
7. Dyer County         18-2    50    9
8. Overton              12-1    35    10
9. Cumberland Co    14-3    30    NR
10. Bearden             17-4    20    6
Others receiving 12 or more points: White County 15.

CLASS AA
                                Record    Pts    Prv

1. Elizabethton (15)       20-0    150    1
2. McMinn Central          17-2    129    2
3. Westview                  18-2    118    3
4. Upperman                 20-2    111    4
5. Westmoreland           17-2    88    5
6. Lexington                  16-3    68    8
7. Livingston Aca.          15-6    40    6
8. Grainger                   15-6    37    10
9. East Nashville            17-2    24    NR
(tie) Gatlinburg-Pittman  15-4    24    7
10. Greeneville               16-4    15    NR
Others receiving 12 or more points: none.

CLASS A
                                   Record    Pts    Prv
1. Middleton (12)             18-0    146    1
2. Gibson County (2)        22-0    133    2
3. Pickett County (1)        17-1    112    3
4. South Greene               21-3    111    4
5. Meigs County               16-2    76    5
(tie) Jackson County         15-3    76    6
7. Dresden                       16-3    57    7
8. Community                   17-2    55    8
9. Middle Tenn. Christian   16-4    27    9
10. Huntland                    17-5    10    NR
Others receiving 12 or more points: none.

DIVISION 2
                                   Record    Pts    Prv
1. Father Ryan (13)          17-0    148    1
2. Brentwood Aca. (2)       15-4    134    2
3. USJ                              20-1    118    3
4. Franklin Road Aca.         15-2    102    4
5. Northpoint                  17-1    92    5
6. St. Benedict                14-4    74    6

7. Baylor                          15-5    62    7
8. Harpeth Hall                 13-4    36    9
9. Ezell-Harding                16-2    34    8
10. Harding Aca.            14-4    22    10
Others receiving 12 or more points: none.

Saturday, January 23, 2016

Can the unbeatens stay perfect?

From the Commercial Appeal




Central girls

Record: 23-0

The skinny: With future college stars Nina Davis, Aliyaah Whiteside and Danielle Ballard leading the way Central won the AAA state title in 2011, the last Shelby-Metro girls team to do so. This year's team isn't that good yet but it's getting there in a hurry.

Second-year coach Rashad Haynes has his youthful Lady Warriors playing some exciting basketball; CoachT.com has them seventh in the state at 67.6 points per contest and they've gone over 80 four times. And this with one of the youngest rosters in town; leading scorer Miyah Barnes (16.6 ppg.) and 6-4 post player Tijuana Griggs are the only seniors. Sophomores Jireh Washington and Jasmine Carson are both averaging over 11 per contest and freshman Kynadi Kuykendoll is an exciting prospect for the future.

Can they do it?: Probably not, but that doesn't mean these youngsters can't make it to Murfreesboro. Central has already beaten its main rivals in 16-AAA (Overton, Hamilton and White Station) but still has another game with each, starting with Hamilton at home Friday. A matchup against a very good Houston team could loom in the region. At state, Murfreesboro Blackman and all-American guard Crystal Dangerfield will be the team to beat, with schools like Murfreesboro Riverdale, Wilson Central and Morristown West also looming.

With so much young talent, the future at Central is extremely bright. But the present isn't too shabby either.

Olive Branch girls

Record: 20-0

The skinny: With three starters gone from last year's MHSAA 6A state runners-up, it would be understandable if Olive Branch had fallen back a little. Instead, the Lady Quistors may be even better as their No. 11 national ranking in the USA Today poll attests.

Of course when you have Myah Taylor, you're going to win. The Mississippi State commitment -- last year's Best of the Preps and Gatorade state player of the year -- has been simply sensational, averaging 26.7 points, 7.2 assists and 5.8 steals per contest.

But the key to Olive Branch's success has been the development of two very good supporting players. Mahogany Vaught -- a 5-8 sophomore who has been starting since she was an eighth-grader -- contributes 16.5 ppg. while 3-point specialist Savanna Geeslin, who filled the sixth-man role last year -- is chipping in with almost 10 per contest.

Can they do it?: They can. Olive Branch has already knocked off arch-rival Horn Lake once and will have the Eagles at home for the rematch on Feb. 5. And -- on paper at least -- the Quistors look stronger than any other potential state contender. It's shaping up to be a special year.

Friday, January 22, 2016

Girls Basketball Scores January 21, 2016

From Commercial Appeal


Center Hill (48) — Victoria Dailey 4, Danielle Hopkins 4, Kalexis Judge 3, Carrington Kneeland 10, Kaylan Morris 2, Kirmesha Oliver 4, Jada Spratt 4, Ariel Tunstall 14, Robyn Williams 3.
Clarksville (27) — Johnson 6, Roberts 2, Jones 3, Rivers 1, Barr 2, McNutt 2, Broomfield 9, Hooks 2.
Center Hill 12 16 13 7—48
Clarksville 6 6 8 7—27

Collierville (41) — Destiney Amaefula 2, Daija Boyd 3, Vanessa Christensen 2, Kyra Pryor 8, Destiny Shaw 6, Alexis Taylor 4, Jada Taylor 16.
Germantown (57) — Breaunna Burks 13, DeMonica Johnson 6, Destinee Manning 7, Davielle Moore 18, Julie Sandridge 2, Alexis Shavers 5, Carria Smith 1, Karlynn Woods 2, Nethania Boyd 3.
Collierville 3 7 16 15—41
Germantown 22 11 12 12—57
Records — Germantown 8-13 (5-3, 15-AAA).

Wooddale (15) — Tarsha Ivory 3, DaShona Richard 7, Brianca Williams 5.
Houston (59) — Melisa Carter 2, Shaela Gardner 2, Madison Griggs 9, Jayla Hemingway 23, Sammiyah Hoskin 3, Rochelle Lee 4, Sydney Malone 2, Jaida Roper 10, Shannon Sharp 2, Kelsey Trice 2.
Wooddale 0 5 5 5—15
Houston 23 21 9 6—59
Records — Houston 17-2.

W.E.B. DuBois (52) Alexis Acoff 30, Madalyn Acoff 2, Jaida Bachus 11, Valessyia Harris 2, Diamond Nelson 7.
KIPP (51) — Bria Brown 4, Jocelyn Carr 8, Jeshuna Clark 3, Shatera Howard 6, Anterraka Malone 13, Brandy McGee 13, Destiny Pickett 4.
W.E.B. DuBois 8 12 13 19—52
KIPP 12 10 13 16—51
Records — KIPP 6-9.

Haywood (66) — Benton 3, Calloway 8, Johnson 3, Tharpe 6, Shutes 24, Smith 19, Perry 3.
Millington (41) — Tamia Aldridge 7, Jherika Brown 2, Traci Clark 6, Glenda Garner 15, Tayunna Hickerson 3, Keyona Johnson 6, Keyanna Jones 2.
Haywood 20 18 16 12—66
Millington 13 11 7 10—41
Records — Haywood 17-4, Millington 5-14.

Oakhaven (42) — Tayonia Ash 2, MiKayla Beamon 3, Jalecia Cowan 1, Corlishia Howard 24, Lydia Robertson 2, Evetta Shannon 1, Brandee West 4, Akilah Powell 4, Kiona Williams 1.
Mitchell (61) — Vertonia Bady 28, Dominique Chatman 13, DeMiya Grandberry 2, Chancey Jackson 4, Dominique McAdory 4, Kiara McCollins 8, Ravann Rogers 2.
Oakhaven 10 20 7 5—42
Mitchell 22 20 10 9—61
Records — Oakhaven 10-5 (8-4, 16-A), Mitchell 15-6 (10-0, 16-A).

Thursday, January 21, 2016

Symone Daniels (St. Benedict) 1000 Point Club

Congratulations Symone!!



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Jalen O'Bannon (Central) Gets 9th Double-Double, 25 Points 12 Rebounds


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Tigers Women's Basketball Upsets No. 15 USF 88-87 In Overtime, Ariel Hearn (Arlington) 33 Points 10 Rebounds



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Barret’s Chapel Wildcats Middle School Area 3 Champions

 Congratulations Ladies!!




The Barret’s Chapel Lady Wildcats beat Kipp Collegiate last night in the Shelby County Schools Area 3 Championship game. Eighth graders Jessie Wymore, Larissa Wright, and Amelia Simpson were all named to the All Tournament Team and Amelia Simpson was named MVP of the tournament. Coach Natasha Perkins took on the team this year leading the Wildcats through an undefeated district season and securing their spot in the State Sectionals.

Girls Basketball Scores January 20, 2016

From Commercial Appeal

KIPP (53) — Bria Brown 8, Jocelyn Carr 6, Jeshuna Clark 6, Shatera Howard 15, Anterraka Malone 4, Brandy McGee 12, Destiny Pickett 2.
MAHS (36) — Jmaya Bailey 2, Mya Cathey 5, Alexis Davis 14, Joi Gary 11, Venesha Jett 4.
KIPP 15 14 12 12—53
MAHS 8 5 10 13—36
Records — MAHS 2-8.

Memphis School of Excellence (26) — Carter 2, Tya Harvey 4, Lee 11, Staley 2, Shantell Turner 6, Williams 1.
Oakhaven (67) — Tayonia Ash 4, MiKayla Beamon 15, Jalecia Cowan 9, Corlishia Howard 22, Evetta Shannon 6, Brandee West 11.
MSE 6 10 5 5—26
Oakhaven 21 17 21 8—67
Records — Oakhaven 12-4.

Hutchison (62) — Annsley Barton 1, Rainey Charbonnet 6, Gardner Dunavant 17, Elizabeth Farnsworth 13, Jordan Groover 2, Macy McCullough 4, Madison Moore 10, Catey Nelson 9.
St. Mary's (33) — Hattie Fogarty 2, Jean Jackson 4, Evelyn Roberts 8, Mary-Harper Robinson 6, Olivia House 4, Caroline Ciaramitaro 9.
Hutchison 21 4 18 19—62
St. Mary's 4 14 8 7—33
Records — Hutchison 8-7.

MBA (46) — Simphany Gillard 9, S. Lee 4, Shameria Murry 21, Kamequa Rucker 2, Antionette Shipp 10.
Washington (59) — Carnessia Griggs 17, Derrinesha Jackson 6, Myneshia Johnson 4, Asia Mosley 12, LeVesha Parish 3, Niesha Thomas 7, Tiana Williams 10.
MBA 11 11 17 7—46
Washington 11 16 15 17—59
Records — MBA 10-7, Washington 12-5.

Sheffield (30) — Breanna Beason 6, MaKayla Billups 1, Miata Borders 8, Alexis Jones 2, Nikita Mays 7, Destany White 6.
Whitehaven (68) — Paige Harris 2, Martina Jones 4, Ebony Malone 2, Bianna Pettis 4, Brianna Shaw 11, Kania Taylor 7, Oraya Turner 4, Shmiya Ward 11, Alexus Williams 6, Ariel Williams 17.
Sheffield 8 7 5 10—30
Whitehaven 25 19 19 5—68
Records — Whitehaven 11-8.

LATE TUESDAY
Bartlett (63) — Karagan Coggin 3, Stella Gill 17, Jessica Jackson 28, Ashley Payne 7, Teaya Reaves 1, Charity Savage 5, Nyla Smith 2.
Munford (58) — Deasha Banks 3, Gabby Crawford 20, Shania Johnson 9, Johnna Jones 17, Deja Potter 9.
Bartlett 12 16 14 21—63
Munford 17 13 8 20—58
Records — Bartlett 9-11.

Jayla Hemingway, Commercial Appeal Player of the Week





Jayla Hemingway, Houston: A highly touted freshman, Hemingway has made an instant impact for the fourth-ranked Mustangs. The 5-10 guard had 18 points, seven rebounds, two assists and six steals in a 70-45 victory over Kirby and followed that up with 30 points, seven rebounds, three assists and three steals in an 84-34 victory.

Girls Basketball Dandy Dozen

Released by the Commercial Appeal on January 20, 2016

School / Last week
1. Olive Branch (20-0) 1
2. Central (23-0) 2
3. Overton (12-1) 3
4. Houston (16-2) 4
5. Northpoint (17-1) 5
6. Horn Lake (16-5) 7
7. White Station (15-5) 9
8. Craigmont (17-4) 10
9. St. Benedict (13-4) T12
10. MHEA (18-7) 6
11. Hamilton (13-4) 8
12. Harding (14-4) NR
Dropped out: Covington, DeSoto Central

Wednesday, January 20, 2016

2016 Municipal Middle School district Tournament

@ Collierville Middle School


Jalen O'Bannon (Central) Scores Career High 30 Points, 8th Double-Double



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Girls Basketball Scores January 19, 2016

From Commercial Appeal

Middle College (29) — Brittney Combest 10, Ravia Crawford 8, Izari Merriweather 4, Destinee Walls 7.
Carver (35) — Brittany Davidson 18, Sydne Harris 1, Tarciana Sutton 11, Markesha Thomas 1, Roro Williams 4.
Middle College 4 4 5 16—29
Carver 3 10 9 13—35
Records — Middle College 1-13, Carver 3-9.

Harding (49) — Alexandria Ellis 4, Valecia Harris 3, Anna Horner 12, Hadley Horner 2, Antoinette Lewis 13, Sarah Luttrell 8, Elaine Savage 1, Callie Stubbs 6.
Catholic (31) — Suzanne Dease 3, Zarera Ector 10, Lytia Flowers 9, Dynasty Garrett 2, Deyon Gipson 2, Gabby Moore 1, Shania Smith 4.
Harding 11 9 23 6—49
Catholic 6 8 1 16—31
Records — Catholic 9-9 (2-3, Division 2-A).

Kirby (69) — Marneisha Hamer 16, Desirea Jackson 19, Marshala Shelton 8, Juantia Walton 26.
Collierville (70) — Destiney Amaefula 6, Daija Boyd 6, Vanessa Christensen 9, Trinity Farmer 10, Kyra Pryor 12, Destiny Shaw 7, Alexis Taylor 8, Jada Taylor 12.
Kirby 16 8 20 25—69
Collierville 9 19 20 22—70
Records — Kirby 6-10 (2-5, 15-AAA), Collierville 14-9 (4-3).

Arlington (66) — Raegyn Branch 18, Nakia Grandberry 6, Trenity Hill 2, Taylor Lattimore 5, Ashley Lee 15, Callie McMorran 6, Tori Sewell 11, Caitlyn Wilson 3.
Cordova (53) — Taylor Christian 10, Zakyia Head 16, Quelsi Kelly 2, Deaundra Poe-Wilkins 2, Andreana Wrister 23.
Arlington 18 17 21 10—66
Cordova 10 14 14 15—53
Records — Arlington 16-6 (2-1, 14-AAA), Cordova 4-11 (0-3).

Manassas (46) Joslynn Basemore 33, Tonesha Clayborne 1, Latonia Farley 11, Faith Moore 1.
Craigmont (61) — Nakiya Brown 2, Danielle Conley 13, Keveona Fayne 3, Akeria James 3, Morgan Morris 14, Jessica Neal 7, Daja Scurlock 14, Jasmine Thornton 4, 1.
Manassas 12 11 8 15—46
Craigmont 14 15 15 17—61
Records — Manassas 7-5 (4-2, 16-AA), Craigmont 18-4 (6-0, 16-AA).

Trezevant (56) — Sachmere Bougard 5, Shannon Brady 6, Sade Hudson 31, Emma Jackson 2, Kearra Tucker 1, Jessica Walker 11.
Douglass (65) — Marquera Carnes 12, Jahmere Dangerfield 16, Gazmyne Herndon 19, Antonekka Jones 6, Launtrest Readus 12.
Trezevant 11 11 15 19—56
Douglass 11 19 10 25—65
Records — Douglass 6-8.

ECS (51) — Emma Baltz 6, Daisha Jiles 11, Kelly Kuenzinger 2, Emily Lytle 22, Jordan Shackleford 9, R. Shackleford 1.
FACS (41) — Kallan Gresko 6, Kendall Laury 2, Bionka Massie 22, Carmen Moore 2, Katelyn Reed 2, Gabbie White 2, Riley Willard 2, MacKenzie Youd 3.
ECS 8 13 14 16—51
FACS 6 8 12 15—41
Records — FACS 2-10 (0-4, Division 2-A).

Ridgeway (56) — Takesia Barnes 4, Brandi Beasley 23, Mericle Blake-Hall 6, Secret Brown 3, Elizabeth Dixon 10, Cassye Greer 8, Gianna Noel 2.
Germantown (48) — Breaunna Burks 9, DeMonica Johnson 4, Destinee Manning 13, Davielle Moore 9, Julie Sandridge 1, Alexis Shavers 4, Carria Smith 4, Karlynn Woods 4.
Ridgeway 14 12 11 9 10— 56
Germantown 5 9 20 12 2— 48
Records — Germantown 7-12 (4-3, 15-AAA).

Bolton (75) — Toni Green 1, Alyia Lee 6, Kiki Logan 2, Lakyia Parker 8, Lulu Swift 2, Heaven Thompson 24, Briana Tipton 5, Kerrice Watson 21, Misha Wright 6.
Kingsbury (49) — Laterykah Austin 3, Taya Banks 10, Marrisha Bell 2, Angelina Couch 10, Canzis Echols 16, Irma Montez 4, Angel Fleming 4.
Bolton 19 22 21 13—75
Kingsbury 12 20 5 12—49
Records — Bolton 10-11 (3-0, 14-AAA).

Washington (74) — Carnessia Griggs 13, Trenavous Jackson 15, Asia Mosley 19, LeVesha Parish 2, Niesha Thomas 2, Johneshia Walker 2, Brianna White 2, Tiana Williams 19.
KIPP (47) — Bria Brown 4, Shatera Howard 14, Anterraka Malone 10, Brandy McGee 13, Destiny Pickett 6.
Washington 9 21 20 24—74
KIPP 7 22 8 10—47
Records — KIPP 5-7 (4-4, 16-A).

Center Hill (40) — Victoria Dailey 6, Danielle Hopkins 2, Carrington Kneeland 12, Kaylan Morris 5, Kirmesha Oliver 8, Jada Spratt 1, Ariel Tunstall 3, Robyn Williams 3.
Lake Cormorant (35) — Kiki McKenzie 3, Jastiny Suggs 12, Kiara Wilson 2, Tamiria Thomas 16, Asia Blackshear 2.
Center Hill 6 15 13 6—40
Lake Cormorant 10 8 6 11—35

Northpoint (71) — Ashtyn Baker 15, Lauren Gross 14, Amara McKay 9, Jade Wells 18, Lindsey Whiteside 15.
Lausanne (58) — Breanna Bullock 10, Kat DelPriore 8, Sarah Edwards 2, Taa'lor Fondren 4, Keyla Pointer 2, Selena Pruitt 15, Princess Stark 17.
Northpoint 23 17 17 14—71
Lausanne 16 7 18 17—58
Records — Lausanne 11-5 (3-1, Division 2-A).

Central (68) — Miyah Barnes 9, Jasmine Carson 8, Brianna Cooks 7, Tijuana Griggs 6, Alencia Hall 2, Breonna Hopkins 4, Brittney Ivory 4, Kynadi Kuykendoll 4, Ariel Lane 4, Johné Stewart 11, Jireh Washington 9.
Melrose (30) — Keanna Conner 4, Jatera Miller 3, Joelysa Spencer 12, Zanndrea Watkins 11.
Central 30 15 19 4—68
Melrose 2 14 12 2—30
Records — Central 23-0 (6-0, 16-AAA), Melrose 5-10.

Hillcrest (18) — Latitana Collins 4, Rickiesha Howard 1, Meghan Johnson 3, Kadeeja Patterson 10.
Mitchell (90) — Vertonia Bady 19, Dominique Chatman 19, DeMiya Grandberry 9, Chancey Jackson 6, Dominique McAdory 4, Derinisha Taylor 11, Anterrika Willis 16, Zakiyyah Withers 2, Ravann Rogers 4.
Hillcrest 2 4 8 4—18
Mitchell 39 34 7 10—90
Records — Mitchell 14-6 (9-0, 16-A).

Fayette Aca. (60) — Kaitlin Bowers 8, Kaylie Carter 8, Nikki Green 2, Emily Hunt 5, Lauren Lessel 4, Morgan Reed 3, Kayli Skelton 18, Heather Slocum 8, Alex Wadley 4.
Sacred Heart (19) — A. Easley 9, G. Fitzgerald 2, H. Fitzgerald 5, B. Marks 3.
Fayette Aca. 14 12 19 15—60
Sacred Heart 4 12 2 1—19
Records — Fayette Aca. 12-7.

Oakhaven (55) — Tayonia Ash 2, MiKayla Beamon 4, Carolyn Cowan 3, Jalecia Cowan 14, Corlishia Howard 20, Lydia Robertson 2, Brandee West 10.
Soulsville (28) — Brianna Brown 8, Martiana Chatman 4, Kaylin Fields 11, DeZaria Powers 5.
Oakhaven 10 18 15 12—55
Soulsville 4 0 12 12—28

MASE (32) — Kayla Foster 2, Rebekah Mitchell 3, Kyla Moore 1, Taylor Robinson 9, Shernika Spencer 9, Precious Starnes 4, Fair 2, Prince 2.
St. Agnes (56) — Tess Emerson 2, Amanda Lammey 15, Lauren Lewis 5, Marisa Lewis 2, Caroline Pietrangelo 12, Kindall Ross 6, Lauren Ryan 6, Mary Wilson Screws 3, Rachel Siano 1, Amelia Wigley 4.
MASE 6 7 13 6—32
St. Agnes 15 14 14 13—56
Records — St. Agnes 5-12.

East (31) — Jamaya Bell 4, Shaquala Brown 2, Kayla Freeman 13, Aaliyah Mitchell 2, Jaylin Perry 8, Radarika Washington 2.
White Station (50) — Allanna Black 4, Kayla Bradley 6, Damiah Griffin 6, Tamia Jones 2, Taelor Manning 4, Dejah Montgomery 2, Brittni Moore 17, Taylor Williams 8, Israel Collins 1.
East 2 11 7 11—31
White Station 11 13 13 13—50
Records — East 3-9, White Station 14-5.

Tuesday, January 19, 2016

Clarion-Ledger Girls Basketball Super 10: Jan. 18



Tennessee AP girls prep basketball poll for Jan. 18

CLASS AAA
                             Record    Pts    Prv
1. Blackman (14    )    18-2    148    1
2. Riverdale                19-1    131    2
3. Central (1)           19-0    110    4
4. Morristown West     18-2    99    3
5. Wilson Central        18-0    91    5
6. Bearden                 17-3    66    6
7. Oakland                 15-3    56    7
8. White County         15-2    50    8
9. Dyer County          17-2    31    9
10. Overton               7-1    21    10
Others receiving 12 or more points: None.

CLASS AA
                                    Record    Pts    Prv
1. Elizabethton (15)          19-0    150    1
2. McMinn Central             16-2    120    2
3. Westview                     17-2    115    3
4. Upperman                    19-2    113    4
5. Westmoreland              16-2    85    5
6. Livingston Academy      15-5    63    8
7. Gatlinburg-Pittman       15-3    48    9
8. Lexington                    15-3    38    6
9. Greeneville                  16-3    35    10
10. Grainger                    14-6    18    7
Others receiving 12 or more points: East Nashville 17.

CLASS A
                                    Record    Pts    Prv
1. Middleton (12)              17-0    146    1
2. Gibson County (1)         21-0    130    3
3. Pickett County (1)         17-1    117    4
4. South Greene (1)          20-3    105    2
5. Meigs County                15-2    75    6
6. Jackson County             14-3    65    8
7. Dresden                        14-3    60    7
8. Community                   16-2    48    5
9. Middle Tenn. Christian    15-3    37    9
10. Eagleville                    14-4    19    10
Others receiving 12 or more points: None.

DIVISION 2
                                      Record    Pts    Prv
1. Father Ryan (9)               17-0    135    2
2. Brentwood Aca. (4)          14-4    123    1
3. University-Jackson (1)      18-1    112    3
4. Franklin Road Aca.           14-2    93    5
5. Northpoint                     15-1    87    6
6. St. Benedict                   13-4    70    4

7. Baylor                             13-5    51    8
8. Ezell-Harding                   15-1    44    9
9. Harpeth Hall                    12-4    40    7
10. Harding                       13-4    7    NR
Others receiving 12 or more points: None.

Girls Basketball Scores January 18, 2016

From Commercial Appeal

Regis Jesuit-Mo. (33) — Chaney 3, Gaines 1, Cleveland 6, Delibi 10, Wrede 2, Johnson 5, Cahill 6.
Central (58) — Eva Bailey 2, Miyah Barnes 4, Jasmine Carson 11, Brianna Cooks 2, Tijuana Griggs 10, Brittney Ivory 1, Kynadi Kuykendoll 4, Ariel Lane 3, Johné Stewart 10, Jireh Washington 11.
Regis Jesuit-Mo. 8 6 7 12—33
Central 13 19 13 13—58
Records — Central 21-0.

MHEA (40) — Annaliese Burnett 4, Jamie Crum 20, Gigi Lewis 3, Kylie Loadholt 2, Catie Shoemaker 2, Lindsey Vaughn 9.
St. Benedict (53) — Taylor Barnes 9, Catalina Carrasco 2, Nicole Ferris 10, Myah LeFlore 6, Courtney Parker 15, Braxton Powers 5, Nicole Ungaro 6.
MHEA 8 12 8 12—40
St. Benedict 13 15 16 9—53
Records — St. Benedict 15-4.

MLK CLASSIC
At Lausanne
Briarcrest (31) — Evyn Graham 2, Morgan Hunt 6, Marika Owens 3, Savanna Owens 11, Julia Perrusquia 6, Rachel Sullivan 3.
Northpoint (66) — Ashtyn Baker 23, Lindsay Bramlitt 4, Micaela Brown 2, Lauren Gross 13, Hannah Shafer 6, Jade Wells 15, Lindsey Whiteside 3.
Briarcrest 8 7 12 4—31
Northpoint 29 14 13 10—66
Records — Briarcrest 8-11, Northpoint 16-1.

Germantown (50) — Breaunna Burks 8, Tenitra Davis 3, Jada Horn 6, DeMonica Johnson 6, Elizabeth Laboe 6, Destinee Manning 7, Davielle Moore 2, Alexis Shavers 2, Carria Smith 1, Karlynn Woods 9.
Lausanne (70) — Breanna Bullock 6, Hagen Carter 2, Kat DelPriore 4, Sarah Edwards 4, Taa'lor Fondren 4, Alex Henry 4, Keyla Pointer 4, Selena Pruitt 28, Princess Stark 14.
Germantown 12 14 14 10—50
Lausanne 10 25 18 17—70
Records — Lausanne 11-4.

Girls Basketball Scores January 16, 2016

From Commercial Appeal

 
Craigmont (68) — Nakiya Brown 10, Danielle Conley 29, Keveona Fayne 2, Akeria James 8, Morgan Morris 10, Jessica Neal 5, Daja Scurlock 4.
East (36) — Jamaya Bell 7, Tondeya Bonds 3, Shaquala Brown 2, Kailyn Downs 3, Kayla Freeman 2, Jaylin Perry 15, Radarika Washington 4.
Craigmont 20 22 24 2—68
East 12 10 7 7—36

Southwind (30) — Asjah Anthony 2, Moneisha Cooper 2, Pinkie Fossett 8, Kyra Hammond 3, Ebony Shaw 15.
Ridgeway (43) — Takesia Barnes 6, Brandi Beasley 9, Mericle Blake-Hall 6, Elizabeth Dixon 12, Cassye Greer 6, Jamilla Hamlett 4.
Southwind 9 5 4 12—30
Ridgeway 12 7 12 12—43
Records — Ridgeway 12-5.

Sunday, January 17, 2016

Star Walton, Tae’lour Richardson Selected for Mississippi vs. Alabama All-Star Game

Article from SouthReporter.com



A Marshall County basketball coach and player will be all-stars at the highest level representing their home state.

Jason Thompson, of H.W. Byers, will be the head coach for the Mississippi Girls All-Star Basketball Team this year and Starlandria Walton, a senior at Holly Springs High School, will be one of 12 players on the all-star squad.

The annual Mississippi vs. Alabama All-Star Games (girls and boys) will be played Friday, March 18, at Mississippi College in Clinton.

Assisting Thompson on the coaching staff for the girls all-star team will be Sherri Cooley of South Jones and Donny Fuller of Gulfport.

Thompson has led the Lady Lions to six state championships, the first coming in 2008. The Byers girls have claimed three gold balls in Class 2A and three in Class 1A. They won four in a row from 2011-2014.

He was an assistant coach last year in the Mississippi-Alabama All-Star Game and was the co-head coach for the North All-Stars in the North-South Game in 2010.

Joining Walton on the Mississippi team are Ernesha Chatman of Natchez, Shonte Hailes of Quitman, Twila Hill of Callaway, Savannah Jones of St. Martin, Tori Mallory of Itawamba AHS, Tae’lour Richardson of Horn Lake, Brittany Rose of Lanier, Diamond Smith of Jefferson County, Tamia Stinson of Hattiesburg, Nique Walker of Heidelberg and Ameshya Williams of West Harrison.

Walton, a four-year starter for Holly High, has scored 321 points in 15 games this season, an average of 21.4 per game.

As a junior, she averaged 24.3; a sophomore, 19; and a freshman, 16.4.

Walton’s single game career high is 42 points.

She played in the North-South All-Star Game in 2015 and attended the Best of Mississippi Preps Banquet in 2015.

Walton also excels in the classroom, with a 3.94 grade point average.

Saturday, January 16, 2016

SCIAA High School Championship




Girls Basketball Scores January 15, 2016

From the Commercial Appeal

Kingsbury (26) — Laterykah Austin 2, Taya Banks 11, Canzis Echols 12, Angelina Couch 1.
Arlington (81) — Raegyn Branch 5, Maya Brown 3, Nakia Grandberry 9, Sarah Grandberry 7, Trenity Hill 6, Taylor Lattimore 2, Ashley Lee 19, Callie McMorran 9, Tori Sewell 17, Haylee Smith 4.
Kingsbury 4 11 10 1—26
Arlington 30 15 23 13—81
Records — Arlington 15-6 (1-1, 14-AAA).

Bartlett (51) — Stella Gill 3, Jessica Jackson 11, Ashley Payne 2, Charity Savage 18, Nyla Smith 9, Dee Dee Williams 6, Elizabeth Williams 2.
Bolton (55) — Toni Green 12, Kiki Logan 4, Lakyia Parker 9, Lulu Swift 2, Heaven Thompson 15, Kerrice Watson 11, Misha Wright 2.
Bartlett 10 11 21 9—51
Bolton 16 9 11 19—55
Records — Bartlett 7-11 (2-1, 14-AAA), Bolton 9-11 (2-0).

St. Agnes (24) — Amanda Lammey 8, Lauren Lewis 2, Caroline Pietrangelo 2, Kindall Ross 2, Mary Wilson Screws 2, Rachel Siano 6, Amelia Wigley 2.
Briarcrest (48) — Anna Marie Hays 1, Caitlin Hunt 4, Morgan Hunt 13, Marika Owens 4, Savanna Owens 19, Julia Perrusquia 2, Brianna Pope 1, Jewel Robinson 2, Rachel Sullivan 2.
St. Agnes 8 6 4 6—24
Briarcrest 15 11 14 8—48
Records — St. Agnes 4-11, Briarcrest 9-9 (1-0, Div. 2-AA).

Northpoint (70) — Ashtyn Baker 14, Lauren Gross 19, Hannah Shafer 6, Jade Wells 19, Lindsey Whiteside 12.
Catholic (52) — Suzanne Dease 2, Zarera Ector 4, Lytia Flowers 21, Deyon Gipson 8, Harmony Lucas 3, Gabby Moore 10, Shania Smith 4.
Northpoint 10 15 29 16—70
Catholic 8 15 17 12—52
Records — Catholic 9-8 (2-2, Division 2-A).

Westminster (49) — Sarah Folk 4, Addison Furst 2, Clara Halford 12, E.A. Hickman 2, Laurel Martens 2, Jessica Poovey 6, Ashton Storey 13, Georgianna Wells 6, Hannah Jordan 2.
Central Baptist (18) — Reanna Fleming 4, Amy Lewis 3, Annie Bell 5, R. Nelson 1, N. Brignole 2, L. Franklin 3.
Westminster 24 8 12 5—49
Central Baptist 2 4 6 6—18
Records — Westminster 7-3.

White Station (57) — Kayla Bradley 6, Damiah Griffin 17, Kyla Harris 2, Tamia Jones 4, Dejah Montgomery 10, Brittni Moore 15, Taylor Williams 3.
Central (87) — Eva Bailey 2, Miyah Barnes 20, Jasmine Carson 15, Brianna Cooks 2, Tijuana Griggs 8, Alencia Hall 2, Kynadi Kuykendoll 4, Johné Stewart 20, Jireh Washington 12, Lanetta Williams 2.
White Station 15 17 12 13—57
Central 19 22 15 31—87
Records — White Station 14-5 (2-3, 16-AAA), Central 20-0 (5-0).

Memphis School of Excellence (21) — Alexia Abston 4, Tya Harvey 4, Kayla McGee 2, Staley 2, Lee 6, Carter 3.
City University (47) — Taylor Allen 6, Tezala Danner 6, Miracle Gober 6, Ruby Johnson 5, Iesha Miller 2, Acacia Phillips 18, Destiny Taylor 4.
MSE 3 6 12 0—21
City University 10 10 12 15—47

Wooddale (39) — Terrika Hunt 2, Tarsha Ivory 13, Tatianna Kimber 3, DaShona Richard 16, Briana Williams 2, Brianca Williams 3.
Collierville (65) — Destiney Amaefula 1, Daija Boyd 2, Lizzie Christensen 5, Vanessa Christensen 3, Trinity Farmer 7, Bethany Harbin 2, Macee Horner 7, Kyra Pryor 14, Destiny Shaw 7, Alexis Taylor 12, Jada Taylor 5.
Wooddale 4 13 8 14—39
Collierville 10 22 20 13—65
Records — Collierville 13-9 (3-3, 15-AAA).

Southaven (66) — Jenna Cunningham 3, Emily Evans 8, Shaniia Green 5, Erica Jones 24, Tan Metcalf 2, Tye Metcalf 4, Astraea Moore 10, Gabrielle Morgan 10.
DeSoto Central (58) — Washington 5, K. Wilson 20, Johnson 17, R. Wilson 8, Courtney Banks 8.
Southaven 15 16 20 15—66
DeSoto Central 12 16 15 15—58
Records — Southaven 13-3, DeSoto Central 13-5.

Melrose (27) — Shatira Brooks 2, Keanna Conner 3, Jatera Miller 6, Destynee Smith 2, Joelysa Spencer 3, Zanndrea Watkins 11.
East (35) — Laterrica Black 3, Shaquala Brown 6, Kailyn Downs 6, Kayla Freeman 16, Jaylin Perry 1, Jamaya Bell 3.
Melrose 2 0 15 10—27
East 12 13 6 4—35
Records — East 3-9.

Lausanne (76) — Breanna Bullock 12, Hagen Carter 3, Kat DelPriore 3, Sarah Edwards 2, Taa'lor Fondren 8, Addie Haverkost 4, Keyla Pointer 4, Selena Pruitt 27, Princess Stark 12, Fiona Toomey 1.
FACS (48) — Kristen Brooks 2, Bionka Massie 16, Katelyn Reed 4, Gabbie White 3, Riley Willard 9, MacKenzie Youd 14.
Lausanne 24 18 26 8—76
FACS 10 13 13 12—48

St. George's (35) — Abbie Cloutier 2, Ann Ragan Grissom 9, Makayla Smith 5, Miaya Smith 9, Adi Thrasher 10.
Fayette Aca. (43) — Emily Hunt 5, Lauren Lessel 5, Morgan Reed 2, Kayli Skelton 29, Alex Wadley 2.
St. George's 8 7 12 8—35
Fayette Aca. 11 13 5 14—43
Records — Fayette Aca. 11-7.

Whitehaven (44) — Paige Harris 1, Ebony Malone 3, Brianna Pettis 6, Brianna Shaw 4, Oraya Turner 6, Shmiya Ward 4, Alexus Williams 5, Ariel Williams 15.
Hamilton (50) — Shamya London 5, Undrea Porter 13, Takya Reid 5, Tesia Thompson 27.
Whitehaven 14 14 5 11—44
Hamilton 17 8 13 12—50

ECS (24) — Emma Baltz 2, Daisha Jiles 3, Kate Lyons 2, Emily Lytle 15, Christina Barnett 2.
Harding (57) — Zaria Christy 2, Valecia Harris 7, Anna Horner 4, Hadley Horner 8, Abigail Howell 1, Antoinette Lewis 13, Sarah Luttrell 8, Elaine Savage 2, Callie Stubbs 9, Alexandria Ellis 3.
ECS 0 8 3 13—24
Harding 12 8 16 21—57
Records — Harding 13-4 (3-0, Division 2-A).

Power Center Aca. (51) — Kelsey Banks 2, Jaylyn Brown 2, Jada Cooley 3, Surina Finnie 15, Jasmine Smith 3, Rahja White 16, Makaila Wright 10.
Hillcrest (20) — Rickiesha Howard 6, Meghan Johnson 2, Kadeeja Patterson 12.
PCA 15 18 15 3—51
Hillcrest 9 2 5 4—20

Germantown (34) — Breaunna Burks 14, DeMonica Johnson 3, Destinee Manning 5, Davielle Moore 6, Alexis Shavers 3, Carria Smith 2, Karlynn Woods 1.
Houston (84) — Shaela Gardner 6, Madison Griggs 16, Jayla Hemingway 30, Sammiyah Hoskin 4, Rochelle Lee 7, Sydney Malone 7, Jaida Roper 9, Shannon Sharp 5.
Germantown 5 10 7 12—34
Houston 27 20 17 20—84
Records — Germantown 7-11, Houston 17-2.

Carver (29) — Sydne Harris 12, Tarciana Sutton 7, Markesha Thompson 4, Roro Williams 6.
KIPP (64) — Jeshuna Clark 7, Constance Eldredge 2, Shatera Howard 13, Anterraka Malone 20, Brandy McGee 14, Destiny Pickett 4, Deriona Gooden 4.
Carver 5 9 11 4—29
KIPP 23 13 18 10—64
Records — KIPP 5-7 (4-3, 16-A).

Oakhaven (55) — Tayonia Ash 5, Amilya Barbee 1, MiKayla Beamon 2, Jalecia Cowan 5, Corlishia Howard 35, Evetta Shannon 2, Brandee West 5.
MAHS (51) — Mya Cathey 6, Alexis Davis 15, Joi Gary 20, Venesha Jett 8, Kayla Shelley 2.
Oakhaven 9 20 11 15—55
MAHS 7 14 11 19—51
Records — MAHS 2-7.

Trezevant (52) — Heaven Frye 2, Shade Hudson 25, Emma Jackson 5, Brandy Shannon 5, Jessica Walker 15.
Manassas (62) Joslynn Basemore 40, Ranesha Brown 7, Rakeeva Curry 3, Markeshia Scott 4, Jasmine Walker 8.
Trezevant 12 16 8 16—52
Manassas 6 17 20 19—62
Records — Trezevant 7-5 (3-2, 16-AA), Manassas 7-4 (4-1).

MASE (26) — Kayla Foster 2, Rebekah Mitchell 6, Chastiny Moody 2, Taylor Robinson 5, Shernika Spencer 7, Breyanna Warren 4.
Mitchell (68) — Vertonia Bady 10, Dominique Chatman 2, DeMiya Grandberry 2, Anterria Jackson 3, Chancey Jackson 6, Dominique McAdory 4, Derinisha Taylor 28, Anterrika Willis 11, Zakiyyah Withers 2.
MASE 4 11 7 4—26
Mitchell 19 20 20 9—68
Records — MASE 8-3 (7-2, 16-A), Mitchell 13-6 (8-0).

MBA (50) — Simphany Gillard 6, Shameria Murry 27, Kamequa Rucker 7, Antionette Shipp 4, S. Lee 6.
Northside (17) — Valerie Nolen 4, Charlesetta Riley 2, Christianna Taylor 8, Trakesha Whiting 3.
MBA 14 13 20 3—50
Northside 0 7 6 4—17
Records — Northside 4-6 (2-5, 16-A).

Tipton-Rosemark Aca. (36) — Kallie Alexander 2, Taylor Beasley 6, Brooke Bridges 5, Brittany Hall 8, Ally Naifeh 10, Abby West 2, Emily West 3.
Rossville Christian (40) — Maddie Anderson 3, Gracie Cairncross 1, Hannah Hurdle 2, Caroline Loftin 16, Mary Cathryn Mathis 12, Kara Novarese 6.
TRA 11 5 4 16—36
Rossville 9 10 11 10—40
Records — Rossville Christian 14-4 (3-1, Division 2-A).

Hutchison (22) — Annsley Barton 2, Kerrigan Braxton 3, Gardner Dunavant 3, Elizabeth Farnsworth 2, Jordan Groover 2, Macy McCullough 1, Madison Moore 4, Catey Nelson 5.
St. Benedict (80) — Taylor Barnes 18, Catalina Carrasco 2, Kristina Ferris 5, Nicole Ferris 11, Myah LeFlore 15, Lauren Neuhoff 2, Courtney Parker 12, Braxton Powers 2, Nicole Ungaro 11, Alyssa Denegri 2.
Hutchison 9 8 3 2—22
St. Benedict 27 17 28 8—80
Records — Hutchison 7-7 (0-1, Division 2-AA), St. Benedict 13-4 (1-0).

Middle College (23) — Brittney Combest 9, Ravia Crawford 7, Izari Merriweather 7.
Washington (67) — Derrinesha Jackson 11, Trenavous Jackson 5, Myneshia Johnson 4, Asia Mosley 4, LeVesha Parish 2, Hermeshia Perkins 1, Niesha Thomas 18, Johneshia Walker 4, Brianna White 3, Tiana Williams 15.
Middle College 0 7 9 7—23
Washington 23 21 17 6—67
Records — Washington 10-5 (8-1, 16-A).

MLK Prep (30) — Dyrianda Johnson 1, Timeria McCullough 1, Unique Miller 15, Quiesha Paige 5, Davari Pearson 4, Eboni Young 4.
Westwood (45) — Carleesia Austin 9, Breanna Boyd 6, Marnique Burton 5, Jasmyne Long 11, Tacorria Stokes 14.
MLK Prep 10 7 7 6—30
Westwood 11 12 7 15—45
Records — Westwood 5-11.