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Sunday, February 28, 2016

2016 Division 2 State Tournament Brackets

Class A


Class AA


Saturday, February 27, 2016

2016 Complete Regional West Brackets

A


Girls Basketball Scores February 26, 2016

From Commercial Appeal

REGION 7-AAA TOURNAMENT
QUARTERFINALS
Hardin Co. (44) — Bishop 6, Brewer 3, Hunt 10, Nix 3, Shannon 11, Stricklin 8, Tenneson 3.
Bartlett (51) — Karagan Coggin 5, Jessica Jackson 20, Ashley Payne 10, Charity Savage 11, Nyla Smith 3, Dee Dee Williams 2.
Hardin Co. 8 9 12 15—44
Bartlett 14 11 10 16—51
Records — Bartlett 16-13.

Cordova (29) — Chardonney Brown 3, Taylor Christian 6, Deaundra Poe-Wilkins 5, Andreana Wrister 15.
Munford (55) — Gabby Crawford 20, Ali Gover 3, Shania Johnson 5, Johnna Jones 11, Deja Potter 12, Kyla Taylor 4.
Cordova 2 6 11 10—29
Munford 10 12 15 18—55
Records — Munford 19-11.

Brighton (35) — Taliyah Brown 7, Danielle Collins 6, Alyssa Hunt 2, Kailey Hunt 9, Shayna Johnson 2, Lindsey Morrissette 4, Makayla Rose 2, M.G. Smith 3.
Arlington (73) — Raegyn Branch 7, Nakia Grandberry 6, Taylor Lattimore 12, Ashley Lee 12, Callie McMorran 7, Tori Sewell 18, Caitlyn Wilson 11.
Brighton 3 13 14 5—35
Arlington 20 24 20 9—73
Records — Brighton 7-19, Arlington 25-7.

REGION 8-AAA TOURNAMENT
QUARTERFINALS
Ridgeway (47) — Takesia Barnes 13, Brandi Beasley 17, Mericle Blake-Hall 4, Secret Brown 2, Elizabeth Dixon 9, Jamilla Hamlett 2.
Central (58) — Miyah Barnes 15, Jasmine Carson 9, Brianna Cooks 5, Tijuana Griggs 10, Kynadi Kuykendoll 1, Johné Stewart 4, Jireh Washington 14.
Ridgeway 17 7 15 8—47
Central 22 15 6 15—58
Records — Central 31-2.

White Station (52) — Allanna Black 4, Kayla Bradley 2, Damiah Griffin 11, Tamia Jones 8, Taelor Manning 2, Dejah Montgomery 4, Brittni Moore 13, Taylor Williams 8.
Germantown (40) — Breaunna Burks 6, DeMonica Johnson 6, Destinee Manning 11, Davielle Moore 10, Julie Sandridge 1, Carria Smith 4, Karlynn Woods 2.
White Station 10 16 18 8—52
Germantown 10 7 7 16—40

Hamilton (56) — Samantha Hill 2, Kyra Nathan 8, Undrea Porter 7, Takya Reid 4, Tesia Thompson 35.
Houston (69) — Shaela Gardner 6, Madison Griggs 11, Jayla Hemingway 23, Rochelle Lee 16, Sydney Malone 1, Jaida Roper 12.
Hamilton 12 9 15 20—56
Houston 26 13 11 19—69

Southwind (41) — Asjah Anthony 2, Ya'Taria Coleman 2, Pinkie Fossett 11, Kira Lowery 7, Ebony Shaw 19.
Overton (63) — Kiante Butts 3, Rodrea Echols 9, Marquesha Fennell 9, Kyla Green 13, Ciera Pettis 10, Kiara Pettis 2, Kayla Williams 17.
Southwind 12 8 9 12—41
Overton 15 15 17 16—63

REGION 8-AA TOURNAMENT
QUARTERFINALS
Ripley-Tenn. (41) — Adams 8, Barbee 10, Cooper 6, Currie 4, Doles 2, Lee 11.
Craigmont (76) — Danielle Conley 28, Keveona Fayne 2, Akeria James 7, Morgan Morris 15, Jessica Neal 13, Tiara Reed 4, Daja Scurlock 5, Jasmine Thornton 2.
Ripley-Tenn. 7 14 13 7—41
Craigmont 15 22 19 20—76
Records — Craigmont 29-4.

Liberty Tech (70) — Aliyah Collins 3, Cortney Fisher 12, Adrianna Givens 1, Aleyshia Mason-Pavia 10, Teja Pearson 24, Tyesha Palmer 13, Iya Jones 7.
Raleigh-Egypt (68) — Taylor Bridges 11, Taliyah Davis 3, Diamond Hunt 2, Britney Johnson 9, Manaya Jones 18, Jakayla Robinson 2, Japerria Robinson 2, Whitney Smith 11, Ronni Williams 10.
Liberty Tech 13 10 27 20—70
Raleigh-Egypt 15 23 14 16—68

REGION 8-A TOURNAMENT
QUARTERFINALS
Scotts Hill (58) — Anderson 2, Gore 7, Alexander 7, Wyatt 23, Scott 4, Hayes 15.
Mitchell (56) — Vertonia Bady 6, Dominique Chatman 6, Dominique McAdory 1, Kiara McCollins 4, Derinisha Taylor 29, Anterrika Willis 7, Zakiyyah Withers 3.
Scotts Hill 19 15 8 16—58
Mitchell 17 11 10 18—56
Records — Mitchell 24-7.

Trinity Christian (72) — Ross 5, Little 30, Lee 23, Beaton 6, Bratton 6, Elliiott 2.
Washington (62) — Carnessia Griggs 25, Derrinesha Jackson 10, Myneshia Johnson 2, Asia Mosley 15, Hermeshia Perkins 2, Tiana Williams 8.
Trinity Christian 13 11 25 23—72
Washington 15 8 12 27—62
Records — Trinity Christian 17-14, Washington 21-8.

DIVISION 2-AA STATE TOURNAMENT
QUARTERFINALS
Harpeth Hall (56) — Sydni Hill 10, LeeLee Johnson 6, Taylor McDermott 3, Shelby Nutter 6, Anna Owens 7, Raleigh Potts 8, Mary Triplett 10, Mary Hayes 2, Kathleen Goode 2, Raegan Coleman 2.
Briarcrest (33) — Anna Marie Hays 2, Caitlin Hunt 3, Morgan Hunt 3, Marika Owens 2, Savanna Owens 18, Brianna Pope 2, Rachel Sullivan 2, Alyiah Wells 1.
Harpeth Hall 10 14 13 19—56
Briarcrest 13 1 8 11—33
Records — Harpeth Hall 20-7, Briarcrest 13-17.

Ensworth (54) — Cambridge 13, Cowles 14, Harris 10, Whitson 2, Williams 6, Doochin 4, Smith 3, Pitts 2.
St. Benedict (72) — Taylor Barnes 12, Kennedy Dlabaj 5, Nicole Ferris 15, Myah LeFlore 18, Courtney Parker 13, Nicole Ungaro 7, Katherine Vassallo 2.
Ensworth 11 17 13 13—54
St. Benedict 18 24 18 12—72
Records — Ensworth 12-13, St. Benedict 22-6.

DIVISION 2-A SUB-STATE
Knoxville Webb (31) — Scheetz 8, Luttrell 5, Collier 8, Satterfield 2, Hames 2, Monday 6.
Harding (29) — Zaria Christy 2, Anna Horner 3, Antoinette Lewis 19, Sarah Luttrell 3, Callie Stubbs 2.
Knoxville Webb 11 7 4 9—31
Harding 9 6 8 6—29

Battle Ground Aca. (44) — Baur 7, Ledman 6, Daniel 6, Puryear 11, Cowie 14.
Northpoint (58) — Ashtyn Baker 21, Lauren Gross 3, Hannah Shafer 2, Jade Wells 19, Lindsey Whiteside 13.
BGA 8 10 13 13—44
Northpoint 14 13 13 18—58
Records — Battle Ground Aca. 14-15, Northpoint 29-2.

MHSAA CLASS 5A STATE TOURNAMENT
SECOND ROUND
Ridgeland-Miss. (58) — Kitchens 7, Lane 8, Craft 9, Erwin 12, Wilson 12, Simmons 10.
Center Hill (43) — Victoria Dailey 6, Danielle Hopkins 3, Carrington Kneeland 14, Kaylan Morris 8, Kirmesha Oliver 6, Jada Spratt 4, Adejah Smith 2.
Ridgeland-Miss. 10 17 13 18—58
Center Hill 5 10 12 16—43

Thursday, February 25, 2016

Division 2 Basketball State Quarterfinal Schedules

GIRLS

Division 2-AA (all games at 6 p.m. local time)
Friday
Hutchison
at Brentwood Academy
Harpeth Hall at Briarcrest
Nashville Father Ryan at Chattanooga Baylor
Nashville Ensworth at St. Benedict

Division 2-A

Friday
University School of Jackson at Ezell-Harding
Knoxville Webb at Harding
Lausanne at Franklin Road Academy
Battle Ground Academy at Northpoint

Wednesday, February 24, 2016

Christian Faith Guides Nebraska Women’s Basketball Player - Jasmine Cincore (Briarcrest)


Read entire Daily Nebraskan article

Jalen O'Bannon (Central) Ties OVC Newcomer Record With Ninth Award


Read entire Eastern Kentucky womens basketball story

Girls Basketball Scores February 23, 2016

From Commercial Appeal

DISTRICT 14-AAA TOURNAMENT
CHAMPIONSHIP
Bartlett (48) — Karagan Coggin 5, Stella Gill 2, Jessica Jackson 21, Ashley Payne 4, Charity Savage 10, Dee Dee Williams 6.
Arlington (53) — Raegyn Branch 13, Nakia Grandberry 4, Taylor Lattimore 6, Ashley Lee 8, Callie McMorran 6, Tori Sewell 16.
Bartlett 10 12 8 18—48
Arlington 13 11 12 17—53
Records — Bartlett 15-13, Arlington 25-7.

DISTRICT 16-AA TOURNAMENT
CHAMPIONSHIP
Raleigh-Egypt (51) — Tasia Bland 2, Taylor Bridges 7, Britney Johnson 13, Manaya Jones 12, Whitney Smith 11, Ronni Williams 6.
Craigmont (69) — Nakiya Brown 4, Danielle Conley 24, Keveona Fayne 9, Akeria James 8, Morgan Morris 9, Jessica Neal 6, Daja Scurlock 7, Jasmine Thornton 2.
Raleigh-Egypt 7 17 12 15—51
Craigmont 18 18 18 15—69
Records — Raleigh-Egypt 14-11, Craigmont 28-4.

DISTRICT 16-A TOURNAMENT
CHAMPIONSHIP
Washington (59) — Carnessia Griggs 9, Derrinesha Jackson 14, Myneshia Johnson 6, Asia Mosley 11, LeVesha Parish 13, Niesha Thomas 2, Tiana Williams 4.
Mitchell (61) — Vertonia Bady 14, Dominique Chatman 2, DeMiya Grandberry 2, Derinisha Taylor 24, Anterrika Willis 15, Zakiyyah Withers 4.
Washington 12 15 14 18—59
Mitchell 13 18 13 17—61

DIVISION 2-AA STATE TOURNAMENT
FIRST ROUND
St. Agnes (35) — Amanda Lammey 10, Marisa Lewis 2, Caroline Pietrangelo 15, Lauren Ryan 2, Rachel Siano 6.
Hutchison (43) — Kerrigan Braxton 2, Gardner Dunavant 10, Elizabeth Farnsworth 19, Jordan Groover 1, Macy McCullough 2, Madison Moore 8, Catey Nelson 1.
St. Agnes 8 11 8 8—35
Hutchison 7 11 13 12—43
Records — St. Agnes 6-18, Hutchison 11-12.

Tuesday, February 23, 2016

2016 Division II-A West Region All-Tournament Team

Ashtyn Baker - MVP

Anna Horner

Anna Jones

Antoinette Lewis

Selena Pruitt

Jade Wells

Lindsey Whiteside

Updated District/Regional Tournament Brackets

Banks’ Shot: Lady Cougars bring District 13-3A title back to Tipton County

article from Millington-News,com

Johnna Jones

The Munford Lady Cougars have been trying to reclaim the District 13-3A championship for two years.

The golden plaque is finally coming back to Tipton County after spending the past couple of years in Dyer County. The Lady Cougars used a fourth-quarter floater in the lane from De’Asha Banks to beat the defending champs Dyer County Lady Choctaws 32-31 in the Brighton Gymnasium for the 2016 District 13-3A Girls Tournament title.

Banks was named to the All-Tournament team along with teammates Shania Johnson, Gabby Crawford and MVP Johnna Jones.

The regular-season District 13-3A MVP Crawford was held to a pair of free throws tonight. The Lady Choctaws defense held Munford to 22 points after three quarter.

The Lady Cougars had to overcome a 29-22 deficit entering the fourth period. Munford’s Dejanae Potter helped cut into the Dyer County lead going 4 of 4 from the free throw line.

After Dyer County made the score 31-26, Jones made a most-valuable player move with a reverse layup to make the score 31-28.

With less than 2 minutes remaining in the game, Banks made her first clutch shot with a put-back bucket to make the deficit a point.

After a couple of timeouts from 2016 District 13-3A Coach of the Year Steve Poindexter, the Lady Cougars set up a play to get the ball into Crawford’s hands.

The sophomore standout located Banks. The forward drove into the lane and release a floater over a couple of orange jerseys for the basket with 19.4 left on the Brighton Gymnasium scoreboard.

The Lady Choctaws couldn’t get a final shot off and the Lady Cougars were victorious.

Dyer County moves on to Region play Friday night to host Cordova. The 2016 district champions Lady Cougars will also play Friday night hosting Bolton in Region 7-3A Tournament action.

Girls Basketball Scores February 22, 2016

From Commercial Appeal


DISTRICT 14-AAA TOURNAMENT
CONSOLATION
Cordova (55) — Chardonney Brown 7, Taylor Christian 11, Ashley Cleveland 3, Deaundra Poe-Wilkins 10, Jerhonise Rollins 2, Andreana Wrister 22.
Bolton (61) — Kiki Logan 8, Amrie Nickelson 3, Lakyia Parker 2, Heaven Thompson 24, Kerrice Watson 15, Misha Wright 9.
Cordova 11 16 13 15—55
Bolton 11 9 20 21—61

DISTRICT 16-AA TOURNAMENT
CONSOLATION
Douglass (79) — Marquera Carnes 10, Jennifer Fletcher 1, Gazmyne Herndon 36, Antonekka Jones 17, Kierra Morris 9, Launtrest Readus 6.
Manassas (65) — Joslynn Basemore 25, Tonesha Clayborne 18, Rakeeva Curry 4, Latonia Farley 5, Faith Moore 8, Timia Taylor 2, Jasmine Walker 3.
Douglass 13 23 23 20—79
Manassas 20 11 15 19—65
Records — Douglass 14-9, Manassas 13-10.

DISTRICT 16-A TOURNAMENT
CONSOLATION
Oakhaven (43) — Tayonia Ash 2, Jalecia Cowan 4, Corlishia Howard 37.
W.E.B. DuBois (41) — Alexis Acoff 10, Madalyn Acoff 7, Jaida Bachus 16, Kayla Clay 2, Diamond Nelson 6.
Oakhaven 2 10 12 19—43
W.E.B. DuBois 12 9 13 7—41

DIVISION 2-A WEST REGION
CHAMPIONSHIP
Harding (42) — Zaria Christy 8, Valecia Harris 2, Anna Horner 11, Antoinette Lewis 13, Sarah Luttrell 8.
Northpoint (46) — Ashtyn Baker 16, Lauren Gross 5, Hannah Shafer 9, Jade Wells 9, Lindsey Whiteside 7.
Harding 10 8 8 16—42
Northpoint 10 11 15 10—46
Records — Harding 25-6, Northpoint 28-2.

CONSOLATION
Lausanne (66) — Breanna Bullock 13, Taa'lor Fondren 4, Keyla Pointer 2, Selena Pruitt 24, Princess Stark 17, Kristen Wright 6.
USJ (60) — Aristorenas 2, Hulme 11, A. Jones 28, E. Jones 2, Stallings 10, Tenpenny 2, Williams 5.
Lausanne 14 14 26 12—66
USJ 11 13 21 15—60

Saturday, February 20, 2016

Girls Basketball Scores February 20, 2016

From Commercial Appeal

DISTRICT 14-AAA TOURNAMENT
SEMIFINALS
Cordova (28) — Taylor Christian 5, Deaundra Poe-Wilkins 6, Jerhonise Rollins 2, Andreana Wrister 15.
Arlington (52) — Raegyn Branch 11, Taylor Lattimore 2, Ashley Lee 21, Callie McMorran 6, Tori Sewell 4, Haylee Smith 4, Caitlyn Wilson 4.
Cordova 6 7 4 11—28
Arlington 20 12 7 13—52
Records — Cordova 5-18, Arlington 23-7.

Bolton (36) — Alyia Lee 6, Kiki Logan 7, Amrie Nickelson 2, Lakyia Parker 6, Heaven Thompson 7, Kerrice Watson 3, Misha Wright 5.
Bartlett (61) — Karagan Coggin 2, Kennedy Crawford 3, Stella Gill 5, Jessica Jackson 16, Ashley Payne 3, Charity Savage 24, Dee Dee Williams 4, Elizabeth Williams 4.
Bolton 6 11 10 9—36
Bartlett 14 17 16 14—61

DISTRICT 15-AAA TOURNAMENT
CHAMPIONSHIP
Germantown (47) — Breaunna Burks 13, DeMonica Johnson 6, Destinee Manning 14, Davielle Moore 5, Julie Sandridge 2, Carria Smith 7.
Houston (59) — Melisa Carter 8, Shaela Gardner 2, Madison Griggs 2, Jayla Hemingway 15, Sammiyah Hoskin 4, Rochelle Lee 6, Jaida Roper 22.
Germantown 12 12 4 19—47
Houston 12 16 14 17—59

DISTRICT 16-AAA TOURNAMENT
CHAMPIONSHIP
Overton (74) — Kiante Butts 1, Rodrea Echols 17, Marquesha Fennell 18, Kyla Green 4, Ciera Pettis 7, Kiara Pettis 1, Kayla Williams 26.
Central (61) — Miyah Barnes 26, Jasmine Carson 11, Tijuana Griggs 4, Johné Stewart 10, Jireh Washington 10.
Overton 13 12 23 26—74
Central 13 16 18 14—61
Records — Central 30-2.

DISTRICT 16-A TOURNAMENT
SEMIFINAL
Oakhaven (12) — Tayonia Ash 4, MiKayla Beamon 3, Corlishia Howard 2, Evetta Shannon 2, Jazlynn Smith 1.
Washington (51) — Carnessia Griggs 10, Derrinesha Jackson 8, Myneshia Johnson 4, Asia Mosley 7, LeVesha Parish 8, Niesha Thomas 3, Johneshia Walker 1, Tiana Williams 10.
Oakhaven 4 6 0 2—12
Washington 11 18 18 4—51
Records — Oakhaven 19-6, Washington 21-6.

DIVISION 2-A WEST REGION
SEMIFINALS
Lausanne (48) — Breanna Bullock 9, Kat DelPriore 8, Sarah Edwards 4, Taa'lor Fondren 2, Selena Pruitt 16, Princess Stark 9.
Northpoint (58) Ashtyn Baker 30, Lauren Gross 5, Hannah Shafer 4, Jade Wells 12, Lindsey Whiteside 7.
Lausanne 17 9 2 20—48
Northpoint 17 16 13 12—58

Harding (58) — Zaria Christy 10, Valecia Harris 2, Anna Horner 18, Antoinette Lewis 6, Sarah Luttrell 13, Callie Stubbs 9.
USJ (48) — Aristorenas 5, Homberg 3, Hulme 13, A. Jones 23, Pickens 4.
Harding 14 15 18 11—58
USJ 6 15 11 16—48

2016 Division 2-AA All-Region Basketball Teams

First team: Nicole Ferris (St. Benedict), Morgan Hunt (Briarcrest), Myah LeFlore (St. Benedict); Amanda Lammey (St. Agnes), Savanna Owens (Briarcrest)

Second team: Elizabeth Farnsworth (Hutchison), Macy McCullough (Hutchison), Marika Owens (Briarcrest), Nicole Ungaro (St. Benedict), Amelia Wigley (St. Agnes)

Third team: Gardner Dunavant (Hutchison), Courtney Parker (St. Benedict), Julia Perrusquia (Briarcrest), Braxton Powers (St. Benedict); Rachel Sullivan (Briacrest)

Player of the year: Taylor Barnes, St. Benedict

Girls Basketball Scores February 19, 2016

From Commercial Appeal

Briarcrest (41) — Morgan Hunt 8, Marika Owens 8, Savanna Owens 12, Julia Perrusquia 8, Rachel Sullivan 3, Lauren Taylor 2.
St. Benedict (53) — Taylor Barnes 8, Kennedy Dlabaj 2, Kristina Ferris 3, Nicole Ferris 13, Myah LeFlore 17, Braxton Powers 4, Nicole Ungaro 6.
Briarcrest 8 7 11 15—41
St. Benedict 15 11 18 9—53
Records — Briarcrest 13-16 (4-2, Division 2-AA), St. Benedict 21-6 (6-0).

DISTRICT 14-AAA TOURNAMENT
Cordova (43) — Taylor Christian 18, Deaundra Poe-Wilkins 11, Jerhonise Rollins 2, Andreana Wrister 12.
Kingsbury (35) — Laterykah Austin 3, Marrisha Bell 3, Angelina Couch 3, Canzis Echols 20, Angel Fleming 2, Irma Montez 2, Diamond Wray 2.
Cordova 8 9 11 15—43
Kingsbury 9 14 7 5—35

DISTRICT 15-AAA TOURNAMENT
CONSOLATION
Southwind (58) — Ya'Taria Coleman 10, Moneisha Cooper 3, Pinkie Fossett 9, Kira Lowery 11, Ebony Shaw 25.
Ridgeway (81) — Takesia Barnes 6, Brandi Beasley 27, Mericle Blake-Hall 7, Secret Brown 2, Elizabeth Dixon 25, Jamilla Hamlett 4, Shenobia Stewart 8, Fatimah Wells 2.
Southwind 1 16 18 23—58
Ridgeway 20 25 13 23—81

DISTRICT 16-AA TOURNAMENT
SEMIFINAL
Douglass (46) — Marquera Carnes 4, Jennifer Fletcher 8, Gazmyne Herndon 30, Launtrest Readus 4.
Raleigh-Egypt (74) — Taylor Bridges 8, Diamond Hunt 9, Britney Johnson 16, Manaya Jones 24, Jakayla Robinson 8, Ronni Williams 9.
Douglass 9 11 13 13—46
Raleigh-Egypt 26 12 17 19—74
Records — Douglass 13-8.

DISTRICT 16-A TOURNAMENT
SEMIFINAL
W.E.B. DuBois (31) — Alexis Acoff 4, Madalyn Acoff 14, Jaida Bachus 5, Diamond Nelson 8.
Mitchell (76) — Vertonia Bady 11, Dominique Chatman 10, Chancey Jackson 2, Kiara McCollins 12, Ravann Rogers 1, Derinisha Taylor 25, Anterrika Willis 15.
W.E.B. DuBois 10 6 11 4—31
Mitchell 12 30 21 13—76
Records — W.E.B. DuBois 18-2, Mitchell 23-6.

MHSAA 1-5A TOURNAMENT
Center Hill (39) — Victoria Dailey 3, Carrington Kneeland 13, Kaylan Morris 5, Kirmesha Oliver 6, Jada Spratt 7, Robyn Williams 5.
Lake Cormorant (34) — Asia Blackshear 3, Ray Lott 4, Jastiny Suggs 9, Tamiria Thomas 8, Kiara Wilson 10.
Center Hill 5 7 14 13—39
Lake Cormorant 7 8 8 11—34

Girls Basketball Scores February 18, 2016

From the Commercial Appeal

St. Agnes (41) — Amanda Lammey 5, Lauren Lewis 4, Marisa Lewis 4, Caroline Pietrangelo 8, Lauren Ryan 2, Rachel Siano 5, Amelia Wigley 13.
Hutchison (51) — Kerrigan Braxton 5, Gardner Dunavant 12, Elizabeth Farnsworth 9, Jordan Groover 4, Macy McCullough 7, Madison Moore 2, Catey Nelson 12.
St. Agnes 12 1 10 18—41
Hutchison 9 18 9 15—51
Records — St. Agnes 6-17 (0-5, D2-AA West), Hutchison 10-12 (2-4, D2-AA West).

DISTRICT 15-AAA TOURNAMENT
SEMIFINAL
Germantown (59) — Breaunna Burks 17, Jada Horn 9, DeMonica Johnson 8, Destinee Manning 7, Davielle Moore 5, Julie Sandridge 4, Carria Smith 9.
Ridgeway (52) — Takesia Barnes 3, Brandi Beasley 17, Mericle Blake-Hall 3, Secret Brown 2, Elizabeth Dixon 19, Cassye Greer 2, Jamilla Hamlett 2, Shenobia Stewart 4.
Germantown 11 17 14 17—59
Ridgeway 10 16 7 19—52
Records — Ridgeway 17-8.

DISTRICT 16-AAA TOURNAMENT
Hamilton (28) — Samantha Hill 2, Shamya London 3, Kyra Nathan 3, Undrea Porter 7, Takya Reid 4, Tesia Thompson 6, Darry'l White 3.
Central (65) — Miyah Barnes 7, Jasmine Carson 19, Brianna Cooks 2, Tijuana Griggs 6, Kynadi Kuykendoll 3, Ariel Lane 1, Johné Stewart 4, Jireh Washington 23.
Hamilton 7 7 11 3—28
Central 22 21 14 8—65
Records — Central 30-1.

White Station (51) — Allanna Black 4, Kayla Bradley 2, Damiah Griffin 12, Kyla Harris 3, Tamia Jones 5, Taelor Manning 2, Dejah Montgomery 6, Brittni Moore 8, Taylor Williams 9.
Overton (54) — Kiante Butts 4, Rodrea Echols 6, Marquesha Fennell 5, Kyla Green 7, Ciera Pettis 23, Kiara Pettis 2, Kayla Williams 7.
White Station 7 14 14 16—51
Overton 8 19 13 14—54

DISTRICT 16-AA TOURNAMENT
SEMIFINAL
Manassas (60) — Joslynn Basemore 12, Ranesha Brown 15, Tonesha Clayborne 16, Latonia Farley 2, Markeshia Scott 6, Timia Taylor 2, Jasmine Walker 7.
Craigmont (85) — Nakiya Brown 4, Danielle Conley 21, Keveona Fayne 5, Mariah Houston 4, Akeria James 9, Morgan Morris 15, Jessica Neal 13, Tiara Reed 2, Daja Scurlock 10, Antinique Williams 2.
Manassas 10 17 8 25—60
Craigmont 21 15 17 32—85
Records — Manassas 13-9, Craigmont 27-4.

DIVISION 2-A WEST REGION
QUARTERFINALS
Lausanne (56) — Breanna Bullock 12, Kat DelPriore 7, Sarah Edwards 2, Taa'lor Fondren 6, Addie Haverkost 2, Keyla Pointer 2, Selena Pruitt 9, Princess Stark 16.
Fayette Aca. (43) — Kaitlin Bowers 3, Kaylie Carter 2, Sarah Layne Ellis 2, Abby Hilliard 3, Emily Hunt 7, Lauren Lessel 5, Kayli Skelton 21.
Lausanne 23 8 7 18—56
Fayette Aca. 8 7 7 21—43
Records — Fayette Aca. 17-11.

Rossville Christian (27) — Maddie Anderson 3, Gracie Cairncross 4, Hannah Hurdle 1, Caroline Loftin 8, Mary Cathryn Mathis 2, Kara Novarese 9.
Harding (53) — Jacaila Davis 5, Valecia Harris 3, Anna Horner 9, Hadley Horner 5, Abigail Howell 2, Antoinette Lewis 12, Sarah Luttrell 4, Carley Rhoads 1, Callie Stubbs 12.
Rossville 7 1 5 14—27
Harding 20 8 9 16—53
Records — Harding 22-5.

Catholic (35) — Suzanne Dease 8, Zarera Ector 12, Lytia Flowers 4, Deyon Gipson 1, Gabby Moore 10.
Northpoint (64) — Ashtyn Baker 14, Lindsay Bramlitt 1, Lauren Gross 10, Hannah Shafer 4, Jade Wells 21, Lindsey Whiteside 14.
Catholic 8 11 11 5—35
Northpoint 16 15 20 13—64
Records — Catholic 12-15, Northpoint 26-2.

ECS (50) — Emma Baltz 2, Daisha Jiles 6, Emily Lytle 40, Jordan Shackleford 2.
USJ (56) — Aristorenas 2, Hulme 14, Jett 3, A. Jones 29, Stallings 3, Tenpenny 2, Williams 3.
ECS 4 14 18 14—50
USJ 10 21 14 11—56
Records — ECS 14-13, USJ 28-1.

Girls Basketball Scores February 17, 2016

From Commercial Appeal


DISTRICT 15-AAA TOURNAMENT

Southwind (35) — Ya'Taria Coleman 12, Moneisha Cooper 2, Pinkie Fossett 2, Kyra Hammond 2, Kira Lowery 13, Ebony Shaw 4.
Houston (76) — Melisa Carter 2, Shaela Gardner 12, Madison Griggs 11, Jayla Hemingway 24, Sammiyah Hoskin 2, Sydney Malone 8, Kelsey Nadler 5, Jaida Roper 7, Shannon Sharp 5.
Southwind 14 6 12 3—35
Houston 24 16 25 11—76

DISTRICT 16-AA TOURNAMENT

MLK Prep (22) — Dyrianda Johnson 11, Timeria McCullough 6, Kiyanah Merriweather 1, Quiesha Paige 2, Eboni Young 2.
Craigmont (60) — Nakiya Brown 10, Danielle Conley 11, Keveona Fayne 3, Mariah Houston 2, Akeria James 7, Morgan Morris 12, Jessica Neal 2, Tiara Reed 1, Daja Scurlock 8, Jasmine Thornton 2, Antinique Williams 2.
MLK Prep 4 6 8 4—22
Craigmont 27 18 9 6—60
Records — Craigmont 26-4

Sheffield (47) — Breanna Beason 16, MaKayla Billups 5, Miata Borders 9, Nikita Mays 4, Destany White 13.
Raleigh-Egypt (61) — Tasia Bland 5, Taylor Bridges 6, Diamond Hunt 7, Britney Johnson 11, Manaya Jones 12, Jakayla Robinson 8, Japerria Robinson 2, Whitney Smith 4, Ronni Williams 6.
Sheffield 4 16 14 13—47
Raleigh-Egypt 19 13 17 12—61
Records — Raleigh-Egypt 13-10.

Trezevant (64) — Sachmere Bougard 6, Richara Cooper 7, Sade Hudson 34, Emma Jackson 6, Brandy Shannon 5, Kearra Tucker 2, Jessica Walker 4.
Manassas (67) — Joslynn Basemore 23, Ranesha Brown 9, Tonesha Clayborne 13, Rakeeva Curry 3, Latonia Farley 11, Markeshia Scott 2, Timia Taylor 2, Jasmine Walker 4.
Trezevant 13 12 13 18 8— 64
Manassas 8 16 11 21 11— 67
Records — Manassas 11-6.

Westwood (40) — Carleesia Austin 2, Breanna Boyd 14, Markeila Burton 2, Marnique Burton 11, Jasmyne Long 6, Tacorria Stokes 2, Precious White 3.
Douglass (62) — Marquera Carnes 14, Gazmyne Herndon 24, Antonekka Jones 4, Kierra Morris 11, Launtrest Readus 9.
Westwood 6 8 10 16—40
Douglass 12 21 19 10—62

DISTRICT 16-A TOURNAMENT

KIPP (45) — Bria Brown 2, Jocelyn Carr 5, Jeshuna Clark 1, Shatera Howard 18, Anterraka Malone 13, Brandy McGee 6.
Mitchell (80) — Vertonia Bady 20, Dominique Chatman 8, Karissa Hamlet 2, Shakirra Hearn 2, Anterria Jackson 6, Chancey Jackson 6, Dominique McAdory 4, Kiara McCollins 10, Derinisha Taylor 16, Anterrika Willis 6.
KIPP 13 6 12 14—45
Mitchell 20 32 19 9—80
Records — Mitchell 22-6.

MBA (63) — Simphany Gillard 9, Shameria Murry 18, Kamequa Rucker 8, Alexis Rutic 21, Antionette Shipp 7.
Oakhaven (69) — Tayonia Ash 6, MiKayla Beamon 11, Jalecia Cowan 5, Corlishia Howard 42, Lydia Robertson 2, Jazlynn Smith 3.
MBA 19 16 4 22 2— 63
Oakhaven 13 8 20 20 8— 69
Records — MBA 16-9, Oakhaven 19-5.

Power Center Aca. (37) — Surina Finnie 16, Renae McLaurin 2, Jasmine Smith 5, Rahja White 8, Kayla Williams 2, Makaila Wright 4.
W.E.B. DuBois (62) — Alexis Acoff 7, Madalyn Acoff 13, Jaida Bachus 15, Kayla Clay 2, Christal Harris 1, Valessyia Harris 2, Diamond Nelson 22.
PCA 10 6 9 12—37
W.E.B. DuBois 11 15 18 18—62
Records — W.E.B. DuBois 18-1.

GRAD Academy (27) — Jasmine Collins 6, Shantel Collins 4, Ayana Coppage 3, C. Stone 4, Shauna Taylor 2, Kanesha Wright 2, S. Anderson 6.
Washington (56) — Carnessia Griggs 7, Derrinesha Jackson 16, Myneshia Johnson 4, Asia Mosley 12, LeVesha Parish 2, Niesha Thomas 3, Tiana Williams 12.
GRAD Academy 6 5 9 7—27
Washington 10 23 11 12—56
Records — Washington 20-6.

LATE TUESDAY
Hillcrest (10) — Kadeeja Patterson 10.
Washington (84) — Carnessia Griggs 11, Derrinesha Jackson 20, Trenavous Jackson 2, Myneshia Johnson 7, Asia Mosley 4, LeVesha Parish 2, Kaylan Perkins 6, Niesha Thomas 8, Johneshia Walker 6, Brianna White 7, Tiana Williams 9, Derricka Crumpton 2.
Hillcrest 5 0 4 1—10
Washington 29 23 18 14—84
Records — Washington 19-6.

Friday, February 19, 2016

2016 District 16A All-District Teams

1st Team – A
Derinisha Taylor Mitchell High
Vertonia Brady Mitchell High
Corlisha Howard Oakhaven High
Surina Finnie Power Center Academy
Anterrika Willis Mitchell High

2nd Team – A
Taylor Robinson MASE
Dominique Chatman Mitchell High
Rhaji White Power Center Academy
Joi Gray MAHS
Dominique McAdory Mitchell High

3rd Team – A
Acacia Phillips City University High
Y. Merrideth Soulsville High
Sherika Spencer MASE
J. Garrett Power Center Academy
Martiana Chapman Soulsville High

Player of the Year: Corlisha Howard Oakhaven High
Coach of the year: Derek Hunter Mitchell High

1st Team – B
Carnessia Griggs Booker T. Washington High
Alexis Acoff W.E.B. DuBois
Shemia Murray Memphis Business Academy
Asia Mosley Booker T. Washington High
Derineshia Jackson Booker T. Washington High

2nd Team – B
Jaida Baccus W.E.B. DuBois
Shetora Howard KIPP Collegiate
Starkisha Saine Northside High
Symphony Gillard Memphis Business Academy
K. Rucker Memphis Business Academy

3rd Team – B
Charlesetta Riley Northside High
Tivesha Thomas Booker T. Washington High
Tiana Williams Booker T. Washington High
A. Malone KIPP Collegiate
B. Davidson Carver High

Player of the Year: Alexis Acoff W.E.B. DuBois
Coach of the Year: Keandrea Cook W.E.B. DuBois

Wednesday, February 17, 2016

Jasmine Joyner (Southaven) Grabs Third Straight SoCon Honor


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Girls Basketball Scores February 16, 2016

From Commercial Appeal

MHEA (58) — Annaliese Burnett 2, Jamie Crum 33, Kylie Loadholt 3, Catie Shoemaker 2, Lindsey Vaughn 15, G. Reed 3.
Briarcrest (37) — Morgan Hunt 13, Marika Owens 5, Savanna Owens 12, Brianna Pope 3, Rachel Sullivan 4.
MHEA 10 15 16 17—58
Briarcrest 8 8 7 14—37
Records — Briarcrest 13-15.

Memphis Metro (55) — Ellie Adkisson 3, Teal Battle 16, Benise Duhart 2, Zaire Hicks 14, Christina Nichols 6, Laura Spradlin 2, Ciara Taylor 11, Sophie Claire Williams 1.
Brighton (33) — Danielle Collins 12, Kailey Hunt 6, Shayna Johnson 2, Lindsey Morrissette 4, Haley Simpson 4, Sam Sloan 5.
Memphis Metro 21 18 7 9—55
Brighton 12 14 4 3—33
Records — Memphis Metro 25-5.

St. Benedict (49) — Taylor Barnes 10, Nicole Ferris 10, Myah LeFlore 15, Braxton Powers 3, Nicole Ungaro 11.
Dyer Co. (54) — Olivia Crane 11, Tori Daniels 11, Hailey Hicks 6, Courtney Maupin 8, Amanda Pugh 6, Amber Thompson 10, Kaylee Anderson 2.
St. Benedict 7 10 13 12 7— 49
Dyer Co. 14 12 4 12 12— 54
Records — St. Benedict 20-6, Dyer Co. 22-5.

DISTRICT 15-AAA TOURNAMENT
Wooddale (22) — Lia Carter 1, Tarsha Ivory 10, Tatianna Kimber 5, DaShona Richard 4, Briana Williams 2.
Ridgeway (64) — Takesia Barnes 8, Brandi Beasley 24, Mericle Blake-Hall 4, Secret Brown 4, Elizabeth Dixon 13, Cassye Greer 4, Shenobia Stewart 7.
Wooddale 6 7 5 4—22
Ridgeway 12 18 26 8—64
Records — Ridgeway 17-7.

DISTRICT 16-AAA TOURNAMENT
Melrose (20) — Keanna Conner 4, Jatera Miller 10, Joelysa Spencer 6.
Overton (82) — Kiante Butts 10, Rodrea Echols 13, Marquesha Fennell 9, Dontrecia Johnson 7, Ciera Pettis 19, DéAsya Reeder 4, Kayla Williams 20.
Melrose 3 5 9 3—20
Overton 23 33 15 11—82

East (30) — Shaquala Brown 6, Kailyn Downs 1, Kayla Freeman 12, Aaliyah Mitchell 3, Jaylin Perry 3, Radarika Washington 5.
White Station (68) — Allanna Black 8, Kayla Bradley 5, Damiah Griffin 20, Taelor Manning 4, Dejah Montgomery 12, Brittni Moore 10, Taylor Williams 9.
East 8 14 3 5—30
White Station 15 24 15 14—68

DISTRICT 15-AA TOURNAMENT
Ripley-Tenn. (49) — Adams 3, Barbee 17, Cooper 6, Currie 9, Lee 14.
Millington (46) — Tamia Aldridge 5, Jherika Brown 7, Glenda Garner 11, Tazerria House 1, Keyona Johnson 4, Marquisha Sanders 18.
Ripley-Tenn. 12 6 14 17—49
Millington 10 11 15 10—46
Records — Millington 8-18.

DISTRICT 16-A TOURNAMENT
Soulsville (61) — Brianna Brown 4, Martiana Chatman 5, LaTerica Davis 4, Kaylin Fields 4, O. Franklin 2, Jayla Hampton 3, Oriana Jones 21, Yuneique Meredith 16, DeZaria Powers 2.
KIPP (66) — Bria Brown 11, Jocelyn Carr 10, Jeshuna Clark 16, Shatera Howard 10, Anterraka Malone 17, Destiny Pickett 2.
Soulsville 18 14 14 10 5— 61
KIPP 13 17 11 15 10— 66
Records — KIPP 13-11.

City University (33) — Taylor Allen 6, Tezala Danner 4, Miracle Gober 8, Acacia Phillips 13, Destiny Taylor 2.
MBA (59) — Simphany Gillard 9, Shameria Murry 26, Kamequa Rucker 20, Alexis Rutic 2, Antionette Shipp 2.
City University 4 3 14 12—33
MBA 15 15 9 20—59

Memphis School of Excellence (21) — L. Carter 6, Tyia Harvey 10, Iyanna Staley 2, Shantell Turner 3.
Mitchell (67) — Dominique Chatman 8, Karissa Hamlet 2, Anterria Jackson 9, Dominique McAdory 4, Kiara McCollins 12, Anterrika Willis 28, Zakiyyah Withers 4.
MSE 4 6 2 9—21
Mitchell 29 14 5 19—67
Records — Mitchell 21-6.

Middle College (13) — Brittney Combest 5, Domonique Harris 2, Erin Rogers 6.
Oakhaven (53) — Tayonia Ash 2, MiKayla Beamon 8, Jalecia Cowan 6, Corlishia Howard 33, Akilah Powell 1, Lydia Robertson 2, Jazlynn Smith 1.
Middle College 6 0 5 2—13
Oakhaven 13 15 18 7—53
Records — Oakhaven 18-5.

Northside (25) — Xavier Richardson 4, Charlesetta Riley 4, Christianna Taylor 7, Shunda Thomas 2, Trakesha Whiting 8.
Power Center Aca. (53) — Kelsey Banks 10, Jaylyn Brown 2, Surina Finnie 17, Jasmine Smith 9, Rahja White 5, Tavion Williams 2, Makaila Wright 8.
Northside 3 7 6 9—25
Power Center Aca. 13 19 9 12—53
Records — Power Center Aca. 14-6.

MAHS (25) — Tamia Boyland 10, Tierney Echols 3, Joi Gary 3, Venesha Jett 7, Angela Triplett 2.
W.E.B. DuBois (66) — Alexis Acoff 24, Madalyn Acoff 15, Jaida Bachus 6, Kayla Clay 2, Diamond Nelson 19.
MAHS 7 7 5 6—25
W.E.B. DuBois 18 14 21 13—66
Records — W.E.B. DuBois 16-1.

DIVISION 2-A WEST REGION
Tipton-Rosemark Aca. (25) — Taylor Beasley 2, Emily Fisher 2, Brittany Hall 4, Ally Naifeh 6, Megan Sanfratello 3, Abby West 8.
ECS (50) — Daisha Jiles 18, Emily Lytle 25, Adrienne Teed 7.
TRA 6 8 4 7—25
ECS 17 7 14 12—50

Sacred Heart (13) — Katie Chouinard 2, Gale Fitzgerald 2, Hannah Fitzgerald 6, C. Richardson 1, N. Smith 2.
Lausanne (62) — Breanna Bullock 6, Hagen Carter 2, Kat DelPriore 6, Sarah Edwards 2, Taa'lor Fondren 6, Addie Haverkost 6, Keyla Pointer 2, Selena Pruitt 22, Princess Stark 4, Fiona Toomey 2, Kristen Wright 4.
Sacred Heart 1 5 7 0—13
Lausanne 21 22 9 10—62
Records — Sacred Heart 1-26, Lausanne 16-9.

FACS (46) — Bionka Massie 28, Carmen Moore 10, Riley Willard 4, MacKenzie Youd 4.
Rossville Christian (48) — Breana Bing 4, Gracie Cairncross 2, Caroline Loftin 22, Mary Cathryn Mathis 12, Kara Novarese 8.
FACS 7 14 15 10—46
Rossville 12 13 9 14—48
Records — Rossville Christian 19-7.

Catholic (57) — Suzanne Dease 11, Zarera Ector 12, Lytia Flowers 15, Deyon Gipson 2, Harmony Lucas 4, Gabby Moore 10, Cheyenne Smith 2, Shania Smith 1.
St. George's (44) — Abbie Cloutier 1, Ann Ragan Grissom 15, Grace Kenley 5, Gracie Maiden 6, Makayla Smith 3, Miaya Smith 8, Adi Thrasher 6.
Catholic 12 11 18 16—57
St. George's 15 13 3 13—44
Records — Catholic 12-13.

Tuesday, February 16, 2016

Jalen O'Bannon (Central) Grabs Record Eighth OVC Newcomer Award




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Jasmine Joyner (Southaven) Named College Sports Madness Player of the Week for 2nd Time



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Girls Basketball Scores February 15, 2016

From Commercial Appeal

DISTRICT 15-AAA TOURNAMENT
Kirby (42) — Marneisha Hamer 25, Desirea Jackson 13, Juantia Walton 4.
Germantown (46) — Breaunna Burks 13, Jada Horn 6, Destinee Manning 6, Davielle Moore 9, Julie Sandridge 3, Carria Smith 9.
Kirby 12 8 9 13—42
Germantown 9 12 12 13—46
Records — Germantown 11-16.

Collierville (48) — Destiney Amaefula 3, Daija Boyd 5, Trinity Farmer 8, Kyra Pryor 4, Alexis Taylor 10, Jada Taylor 7, Lauren Taylor 11.
Southwind (58) — Ya'Taria Coleman 22, Moneisha Cooper 1, Kyra Hammond 2, Kira Lowery 21, Dazae Marshall 3, Ebony Shaw 9.
Collierville 9 7 9 23—48
Southwind 14 9 18 17—58
Records — Southwind 12-10.

DIVISION 2-A WEST REGION
PLAY-IN GAME
St. Mary's (45) — Lucy Chancellor 2, Hattie Fogarty 2, Jean Jackson 16, Margie Peeler 1, Evelyn Roberts 16, Mary-Harper Robinson 8.
FACS (49) — Kendall Laury 3, Bionka Massie 26, Carmen Moore 12, Riley Willard 7, MacKenzie Youd 1.
St. Mary's 6 9 14 16—45
FACS 12 14 11 12—49

District 16-A Basketball Tournament First-Round Schedule

Here is the schedule of games for the first round of the 16-A girls basketball tournament. All games will be played on Tuesday.

GRAD Academy vs. MASE at Middle College, 5 p.m.
Memphis School of Excellence at Mitchell, 6 p.m.
Hillcrest at Booker T. Washington, 6 p.m.
Middle College at Oakhaven, 6 p.m.
Northside at Power Center Academy, 6 p.m.
City University at Memphis Business Academy. 6 p.m.
MAHS at W.E.B. DuBois, 7 p.m.
Soulsville at KIPP, 7 p.m.

District 15-AAA Basketball Tournament Schedule

Here is the schedule of games for the District 15-AAA girls basketball tournaments. The early-round games will be played at the home of the higher-seeded team and the semifinals and finals will be hosted by Houston.

Monday
Southwind 59, Collierville 48

Tuesday
Kirby at Germantown, 6 p.m.
Wooddale at Ridgeway, 6 p.m.

Wednesday
Southwind vs. Houston, 6 p.m.

Thursday
Kirby/Germantown winner vs. Wooddale/Ridgeway winner, 6 p.m.

Friday
Consolation game, 6 p.m.

Saturday
Championship, 6 p.m.

Division 2-A West Region Basketball Tournament Schedule

Here is the schedule of games for the Division 2-A West Region girls basketball tournaments. The early-round games will be played on the home floor of the higher-seeded team while the semifinals and championship games will take place at Tipton-Rosemark Academy.

Monday play-in game
FACS 49, St. Mary's 45

Tuesday (all games at 6 p.m.)
Tipton-Rosemark at ECS
FACS at Rossville
Sacred Heart at Lausanne
Catholic at St. George's

Thursday (all games at 6 p.m.)
Tipton-Rosemark/ECS winner at University School of Jackson
FACS/Rossville winner at Harding
Sacred Heart/Lausanne winner at Fayette Academy
Catholic/St. George's winner at Northpoint

Saturday
Semifinals, 2 and 5 p.m.

Monday, Feb. 22
Consolation game, 6 p.m.
Championship. 7:30 p.m.

Tennessee AP Girls Prep Basketball Poll for Feb. 15

CLASS AAA
Record Pts Prv
1. Blackman (13) 23-3 153 1
2. Wilson Central (3) 26-0 137 2
3. Central 28-1 120 4
4. Riverdale 22-3 118 3
5. Morristown West 25-3 102 5
6. Bradley Central 24-3 63 8
7. Oakland 19-5 61 7
8. Cumberland County 19-4 40 6
9. Stewarts Creek 20-5 20 10
10. Rossview 22-3 12 NR
Others receiving 12 or more points: none.

CLASS AA
Record Pts Prv
1. Elizabethton (16) 27-0 160 1
2. McMinn Central 23-2 141 2
3. Westview 25-2 125 3
4. Upperman 27-2 117 4
5. East Nashville 23-2 88 5
6. Westmoreland 23-2 75 6
7. Gatlinburg-Pittman 21-4 58 8
8. Grainger 21-7 31 7
9. Livingston Academy 20-8 21 9
10. CPA 18-8 14 NR
Others receiving 12 or more points: Lexington 12.

CLASS A
Record Pts Prv
1. Middleton (11) 25-0 155 1
2. Gibson County (4) 29-0 146 2
3. Pickett County (1) 23-2 111 5
4. Dresden 22-3 106 4
5. South Greene 25-4 99 3
6. Meigs County 23-3 79 6
7. Community 23-2 71 7
8. Jackson County 20-4 61 8
9. Middle Tenn. Christian 18-6 26 9
10. Van Buren County 21-4 15 10
Others receiving 12 or more points: none.

DIVISION 2
Record Pts Prv
1. USJ (12) 26-1 149 1
2. Brentwood Aca. (4) 20-5 145 2
3. Baylor 19-6 106 6
4. Franklin Road Aca. 23-3 103 3
5. Northpoint 25-2 91 4
6. St. Benedict 20-5 80 5
7. Harding 21-5 59 10
8. Father Ryan 19-5 55 7
9. Ezell-Harding 23-4 45 9
10. Harpeth Hall 17-6 39 8
Others receiving 12 or more points: none.

Monday, February 15, 2016

Girls Basketball Scores February 12, 2016

From Commercial Appeal

Arlington (73) — Raegyn Branch 8, Nakia Grandberry 4, Taylor Lattimore 9, Ashley Lee 12, Callie McMorran 9, Tori Sewell 21, Caitlyn Wilson 10.
Bolton (50) — Alyia Lee 3, Kiki Logan 6, Amrie Nickelson 2, Lakyia Parker 11, Heaven Thompson 11, Briana Tipton 3, Kerrice Watson 9, Misha Wright 5.
Arlington 21 12 22 18—73
Bolton 9 17 8 16—50
Records — Arlington 22-7 (7-1, 14-AAA), Bolton 12-15 (5-3).

Hutchison (30) — Kerrigan Braxton 5, Rainey Charbonnet 3, Gardner Dunavant 4, Elizabeth Farnsworth 1, Jordan Groover 1, Macy McCullough 4, Madison Moore 9, Catey Nelson 3.
Briarcrest (76) — Elizabeth Barry 5, Evyn Graham 6, Anna Marie Hays 2, Caitlin Hunt 14, Morgan Hunt 4, Marika Owens 6, Savanna Owens 22, Brianna Pope 2, Jewel Robinson 2, Rachel Sullivan 9, Lauren Taylor 2, Holland Heinz 2.
Hutchison 6 8 8 8—30
Briarcrest 19 12 25 20—76
Records — Hutchison 9-12, Briarcrest 13-14 (4-1, Division 2-AA).

ECS (49) — Emma Baltz 2, Daisha Jiles 5, Emily Lytle 28, Jordan Shackleford 10, Adrienne Teed 4.
Catholic (42) — Suzanne Dease 5, Zarera Ector 4, Lytia Flowers 3, Deyon Gipson 7, Harmony Lucas 2, Gabby Moore 19, Cheyenne Smith 2.
ECS 11 10 10 18—49
Catholic 3 16 6 17—42
Records — Catholic 10-12 (5-7, Division 2-A).

Bartlett (57) — Karagan Coggin 6, Kennedy Crawford 2, Stella Gill 8, Jessica Jackson 15, Ashley Payne 2, Teaya Reaves 2, Charity Savage 12, Dee Dee Williams 7, Molly Word 3.
Cordova (27) — Taylor Christian 10, India Daniels 1, Zakyia Head 2, Deaundra Poe-Wilkins 4, Jerhonise Rollins 2, Andreana Wrister 8.
Bartlett 11 13 20 13—57
Cordova 0 10 7 10—27
Records — Bartlett 14-12 (6-2, 14-AAA), Cordova 4-16 (0-8).

Haywood (51) — Calloway 3, Perry 2, Shutes 21, Smith 11, Tharpe 7, Young 7.
Covington (40) — Tia Bland 7, Kiara Booker 11, Khylee Dowell 2, Alexis Johnson 1, Malia Johnson 2, Treasuary Poindexter 11, Lamia Udley 6.
Haywood 11 12 11 17—51
Covington 8 0 12 20—40
Records — Haywood 22-4 (12-0, 13-AA), Covington 21-5 (9-2).

KIPP (20) — Jocelyn Carr 5, Jeshuna Clark 3, Shatera Howard 4, Anterraka Malone 2, Brandy McGee 6.
Douglass (57) — Marquera Carnes 7, Gazmyne Herndon 32, Antonekka Jones 9, Kierra Morris 5, Launtrest Readus 4.
KIPP 3 9 8 0—20
Douglass 13 9 17 18—57
Records — Douglass 13-7.

Northpoint (79) — Ashtyn Baker 5, McKinley Baker 3, Lindsay Bramlitt 8, Micaela Brown 4, Allie Enders 3, Lauren Gross 5, Amara McKay 1, Hannah Shafer 8, Hadie Sowell 3, Caroline Swindoll 6, Jade Wells 12, Lindsey Whiteside 21.
FACS (35) — Bionka Massie 10, Carmen Moore 9, Riley Willard 7, MacKenzie Youd 9.
Northpoint 34 20 17 8—79
FACS 9 9 9 8—35
Records — FACS 3-17 (1-11, Division 2-A).

Sacred Heart (13) — Katie Chouinard 2, Gale Fitzgerald 2, Hannah Fitzgerald 4, B. Marks 1, E. Delavaraga 4.
Fayette Aca. (56) — Kaitlin Bowers 4, Abby Hilliard 11, Emily Hunt 3, Lauren Lessel 11, Hayley Moffatt 2, Kayli Skelton 8, Heather Slocum 15, Alex Wadley 2.
Sacred Heart 0 6 3 4—13
Fayette Aca. 10 18 11 17—56
Records — Fayette Aca. 17-10 (7-3, Division 2-A).

Lausanne (41) — Breanna Bullock 7, Kat DelPriore 6, Taa'lor Fondren 2, Selena Pruitt 14, Princess Stark 10, Kristen Wright 2.
Harding (51) — Zaria Christy 5, Valecia Harris 2, Anna Horner 4, Antoinette Lewis 22, Sarah Luttrell 9, Callie Stubbs 9.
Lausanne 14 12 8 7—41
Harding 4 14 12 21—51
Records — Harding 21-5 (11-1, Division 2-A).

Memphis Metro (58) — Teal Battle 13, Zaire Hicks 10, Kaila McDaniel 3, Christina Nichols 3, Ciara Taylor 28, Sophie Claire Williams 1.
Millington (35) — Tamia Aldridge 7, Jherika Brown 5, Traci Clark 2, Glenda Garner 8, Tayunna Hickerson 2, Keyona Johnson 2, Marquisha Sanders 9.
Memphis Metro 13 21 14 10—58
Millington 10 9 12 4—35
Records — Memphis Metro 22-5, Millington 8-17.

Center Hill (25) — Rochelle Cathey 2, Victoria Dailey 8, Danielle Hopkins 6, Kalexis Judge 2, Carrington Kneeland 3, Jada Spratt 3, Robyn Williams 1.
Southaven (58) — Jenna Cunningham 4, Emily Evans 7, Shaniia Green 4, Erica Jones 8, Tan Metcalf 6, Tye Metcalf 13, Astraea Moore 11, Gabrielle Morgan 5.
Center Hill 9 8 1 7—25
Southaven 7 12 13 26—58
Records — Southaven 17-6.

USJ (78) — Aristorenas 7, Homberg 8, Hulme 12, Jett 3, A. Jones 22, E. Jones 9, Stallings 9, Tenpenny 2, Norris 2, Kwashingrah 2, Carter 2.
St. George's (38) — Brook Goodman 2, Ann Ragan Grissom 8, Gracie Maiden 4, Makayla Smith 3, Miaya Smith 5, Adi Thrasher 16.
USJ 18 20 23 17—78
St. George's 10 6 9 13—38

Sunday, February 14, 2016

BTW boys knock off Mitchell for SCIAA Class A title

From Commercial Appeal

It's been a long time since the Mitchell boys basketball team has been runner-up in anything. But the Tigers were clearly second-best on Saturday.

Chauncey Blakely, the game's Most Outstanding Player, and Tyree Beason each scored 21 points as Booker T. Washington sent out a warning shot to the rest of the state, defeating the Tigers 65-50 in the SCIAA Class A county title game at Southwind.

Mitchell, the two-time defending state champ, hadn't lost against Class A competition since dropping down before the 2013-14 season. Included in that run of 64 games were lopsided wins over the Warriors in the previous two county championships.

But BTW, which has won 14 in a row, started on a 15-0 run and had an answer every time Mitchell looked like it would make something happen.

"They were very focused the last two years and we were very unfocused," said BTW coach Antonio Harris. "But we've been extremely focused all year.

"We've got three seniors who have played together since middle school and they just want to win every doggone game they can. Especially now that it's the postseason."

Mitchell close to 46-41 early in the fourth. But the Tigers rushed several shots and missed some big free throws while BTW kept its poise and closed it out.

"I was impressed with our leadership, our execution and our attention to detail on defense," said Harris, a former BTW star.

"The great teams police themselves, but I still have to say things to get them back in formation. I want them to make me sit down."

Tyran Davis and Ladarius Lee each had 19 points to lead the Tigers. Davis missed six free throws, though, including the front end of two one-and-ones.

The same two teams met in the girls title game, with Mitchell holding off a late charge to win, 83-75.

Anterrika Willis scored 24 for the Tigers and Derenisha Taylor added 22. Derrinesha Jackson paced the Warriors with 19 and Asia Mosley chipped in with 18.

Another giant fell in the AAA boys game as Germantown held off East, 71-70.

The Mustangs, who trailed by 21 early in the fourth, trailed by just one after a Takorian Smith 3-pointer with 8.1 seconds left. Darrell Brown, who led the Red Devils with 27 points, missed two free throws, but Nick Merriweather's jumper at the buzzer was short.

"They're so relentless and we didn't turn it over a lot," said Germantown coach Jason James. "Our guards played well."

Radarious Washington scored 23 to lead East, which lost for just the second time this year.

Central took control early and breezed to the girls AAA crown, 91-36.

Jasmine Carson scored 26 to lead the Warriors (28-1). Brianna Cooks came off the bench to score 24. Elizabeth Dixon led the Roadrunners with 16.

In AA, Craigmont won the girls title for the third straight year, 83-57 over Douglass. Keveona Fayne scored 14 points and hit four straight 3-pointers early in the third quarter to break open a three-point game.

"She had been in a little slump and she was a little timid early in the game," said Chiefs coach Tim Anderson. "We really needed that third scorer today."

Danielle Conley scored 22 and Daja Scurlock 10 for Craigmont to offset 32 points from Douglass senior standout Gazmyne Herndon.

Sheffield got 17 points from Mario Williams and held Manassas scoreless for the first six minutes of the third quarter to win going away 67-45.

Adell Mooney added 13 for Sheffield, which outscored the Tigers 22-10 from the line.

Friday, February 12, 2016

District 16-AAA Basketball Tournament Schedules

Here are the schedules for the District 16-AAA girls basketball tournaments which begin on Tuesday. The first-round games will be played at the home of the higher-seeded team while the semifinals and finals will be played at Melrose.

GIRLS

Tuesday, Feb. 16

(5) Whitehaven at (4) Hamilton, 3 p.m.

(7) Melrose at (2) Overton, 6 p.m.

(6) East at (3) White Station, 6 p.m.

Thursday, Feb. 18

Semifinals

Melrose/Overton winner vs. East/White Station winner, 6 p.m.

Whitehaven/Hamilton winner vs. (1) Central, 7:30 p.m.

Saturday, Feb. 20

Third-place game, 2:30 p.m.

Championship, 5:30 p.m.

MHSAA 6A Regional Basketball Tournament Schedule

Here is the schedule of games for the boys and girls MHSAA 6A regional tournament that will be hosted by DeSoto Central. The top three teams advance.

Tuesday, Feb. 16

4 p.m.: Horn Lake girls vs. Southaven

5:30 p.m.: Olive Branch boys vs. Southaven

7 p.m.: Olive Branch girls vs. DeSoto Central

8:30 p.m.: DeSoto Central boys vs. Horn Lake

Thursday, Feb. 19

4 p.m.: Girls third-place game

5:30 p.m.: Boys third-place game

7 p.m.: Girls championship game

8:30 p.m.: Boys championship game

Shelby Metro players named Mr. and Miss Basketball finalists

From Commercial Appeal

Several area players have been named finalists for the TSSAA's Mr. and Miss Basketball awards, which will be presented next month.

Two of the three finalists named in AAA boys Friday hail from Shelby County, with Alex Lomax of East and Nate Hoover of Arlington joining Oak Ridge's Tee Higgins. Local players have won the award in five of the last six years, including Hamilton's Dedric Lawson in 2015.

William Douglas of CBHS is a finalist in D2-AA while Chase Hayden of St. George's is a finalist in D2-A. Two local girls were also honored, St. Benedict's Taylor Barnes (D2-AA) and Ashtyn Baker of Northpoint (D2-A).

The winners in each division will be announced on March 8 at MTSU's Murphy Center in conjunction with the draw for the boys state tournaments.

Girls Basketball Scores February 11, 2016

From Commercial Appeal

Westwood (31) — Markeila Burton 3, Marnique Burton 9, Jasmyne Long 15, Patrice Norrington 2, Tacorria Stokes 2.
Manassas (63) — Joslynn Basemore 18, Ranesha Brown 7, Tonesha Clayborne 9, Rakeeva Curry 11, Latonia Farley 2, Faith Moore 2, Raychelle Newton 2, Markeshia Scott 6, Timia Taylor 6.
Westwood 1 8 9 13—31
Manassas 16 18 22 7—63
Records — Manassas 10-6 (6-3, 16-AA).

St. Benedict (50) — Taylor Barnes 10, Catalina Carrasco 3, Kennedy Dlabaj 4, Kristina Ferris 5, Nicole Ferris 8, Lily Gleneck 2, Myah LeFlore 3, Courtney Parker 4, Braxton Powers 8, Nicole Ungaro 3.
St. Agnes (30) — Amanda Lammey 15, Lauren Lewis 2, Kindall Ross 6, Lauren Ryan 2, Rachel Siano 3, Amelia Wigley 2.
St. Benedict 14 9 17 10—50
St. Agnes 9 6 5 10—30
Records — St. Benedict 20-5 (5-0, Division 2-AA), St. Agnes 7-16 (0-5).

LATE WEDNESDAY
East (24) — Laterrica Black 4, Kayla Freeman 5, Aaliyah Mitchell 2, Jaylin Perry 5, Radarika Washington 6, Alexis Jones 2.
White Station (63) — Allanna Black 12, Kayla Bradley 8, Kyla Harris 2, Tamia Jones 10, Taelor Manning 8, Dejah Montgomery 6, Brittni Moore 10, Alexis Payne 3, Taylor Williams 4.
East 4 7 6 7—24
White Station 14 18 16 15—63

Girls Basketball Scores February 10, 2016

From Commercial Appeal

W.E.B. DuBois (61) — Alexis Acoff 22, Madalyn Acoff 6, Jaida Bachus 12, Kayla Clay 4, Diamond Nelson 17.
KIPP (49) — Bria Brown 4, Jocelyn Carr 9, Jeshuna Clark 2, Shatera Howard 11, Anterraka Malone 4, Brandy McGee 17, Destiny Pickett 2.
W.E.B. DuBois 11 16 10 24—61
KIPP 8 12 15 14—49
Records — W.E.B. DuBois 15-1, KIPP 10-6.

Douglass (51) — Marquera Carnes 8, Jahmere Dangerfield 5, Gazmyne Herndon 20, Antonekka Jones 8, Kierra Morris 8, Launtrest Readus 2.
Manassas (47) — Joslynn Basemore 15, Ranesha Brown 7, Tonesha Clayborne 3, Alexis Craft 3, Rakeeva Curry 3, Latonia Farley 2, Markeshia Scott 10, Jasmine Walker 4.
Douglass 2 14 16 8 11— 51
Manassas 13 13 6 8 7— 47
Records — Douglass 11-8 (7-4, 16-AA), Manassas 11-8 (6-5).

Memphis Metro (57) — Ellie Adkisson 4, Teal Battle 18, Zaire Hicks 14, Kaila McDaniel 2, Christina Nichols 9, Laura Spradlin 2, Ciara Taylor 8.
St. George's (32) — Katherine Clayton 3, Brook Goodman 2, Ann Ragan Grissom 2, Gracie Maiden 2, Makayla Smith 4, Miaya Smith 15, Adi Thrasher 3, Whitney Ziegenhorn 1.
Memphis Metro 13 10 15 19—57
St. George's 6 4 7 15—32

Fayette Ware (50) — Morgan Bowling 7, Andeshia Clark 4, Shakyla Hullom 7, Courteshia Jackson 23, Rakia Clark 4, NaCayla McNeal 5.
Tipton-Rosemark Aca. (62) — Kallie Alexander 4, Taylor Beasley 22, Brooke Bridges 2, Emily Fisher 4, Brittany Hall 4, Ally Naifeh 11, Megan Sanfratello 5, Abby West 10.
Fayette Ware 3 15 19 13—50
TRA 14 13 15 20—62
Records — Tipton-Rosemark Aca. 13-14.

Brandi Beasley, Commercial Appeal Player of the Week


Brandi Beasley, Ridgeway: The Illinois signee is closing her terrific career in style, leading the Roadrunners into Saturday's SCIAA county championship game against Central. Beasley tuned up for the Warriors by scoring 32 points — one off her season high — in Tuesday's 70-53 victory over District 15-AAA rival Collierville.

Girls Basketball Dandy Dozen

Released by the Commercial Appeal on February 10, 2016

School / Last week
1. Olive Branch (25-1) 1
2. Central (27-1) 2
3. Houston (22-2) 3
4. Overton (15-2) 4
5. Craigmont (22-4) 6
6. Horn Lake (18-6) 8
7. (tie) Northpoint (24-2) 5
Harding (20-5) 9
9. White Station (17-6) 10
10. St. Benedict (19-5) 7
11. Ridgeway (16-6) 12
12. Memphis Metro (21-5) NR
Dropped out: Hamilton

Wednesday, February 10, 2016

Girls Basketball Scores February 9, 2016

From Commercial Appeal

Cordova (11) — Taylor Christian 8, Zakyia Head 3.
Arlington (75) — Raegyn Branch 15, Maya Brown 2, Nakia Grandberry 6, Trenity Hill 2, Taylor Lattimore 7, Ashley Lee 6, Callie McMorran 3, Tori Sewell 17, Haylee Smith 7, Caitlyn Wilson 10.
Cordova 6 1 3 1—11
Arlington 14 18 16 27—75
Records — Cordova 4-17 (0-7, 14-AAA), Arlington 21-7 (6-1).

Kingsbury (27) — Laterykah Austin 1, Marrisha Bell 2, Angelina Couch 2, Canzis Echols 18, Mwanita Neema 4.
Bolton (67) — Ceecee Craft 2, Tyler Garner 3, Toni Green 3, Alyia Lee 9, Kiki Logan 2, Marquisa McGregory 5, Amrie Nickelson 4, Lakyia Parker 8, Zoe Simpson 4, Heaven Thompson 12, Kerrice Watson 5, Misha Wright 8, Julie Sessum 2.
Kingsbury 2 4 9 12—27
Bolton 21 15 22 9—67
Records — Kingsbury 4-10 (2-6, 14-AAA), Bolton 12-14 (5-2).

Memphis Metro (52) — Teal Battle 17, Grace Harvey 2, Zaire Hicks 15, Christina Nichols 4, Ciara Taylor 14.
Briarcrest (49) — Morgan Hunt 11, Marika Owens 15, Savanna Owens 18, Julia Perrusquia 2, Lauren Taylor 3.
Memphis Metro 4 8 19 21—52
Briarcrest 15 14 12 8—49
Records — Memphis Metro 21-5, Briarcrest 12-14.

FACS (36) — Kristen Brooks 4, Kendall Laury 1, Bionka Massie 19, Carmen Moore 6, Riley Willard 3, MacKenzie Youd 3.
Catholic (47) — Zarera Ector 6, Lytia Flowers 12, Deyon Gipson 6, Harmony Lucas 4, Gabby Moore 12, Cheyenne Smith 5, Shania Smith 2.
FACS 10 6 9 11—36
Catholic 9 15 9 14—47
Records — Catholic 11-12 (4-7, Division 2-A).

Melrose (30) — Shatira Brooks 11, Keanna Conner 7, Jatera Miller 2, Joelysa Spencer 9, Zanndrea Watkins 1.
Central (64) — Miyah Barnes 11, Jasmine Carson 2, Brianna Cooks 9, Tijuana Griggs 12, Kynadi Kuykendoll 3, Johné Stewart 11, Jireh Washington 16.
Melrose 2 11 6 11—30
Central 28 15 11 10—64
Records — Melrose 6-13, Central 28-1.

Ridgeway (70) — Takesia Barnes 8, Brandi Beasley 32, Mericle Blake-Hall 3, Secret Brown 2, Elizabeth Dixon 16, Cassye Greer 3, Jamilla Hamlett 6.
Collierville (53) — Destiney Amaefula 4, Vanessa Christensen 5, Trinity Farmer 4, Kyra Pryor 22, Destiny Shaw 7, Alexis Taylor 7, Jada Taylor 3, Lauren Taylor 1.
Ridgeway 20 18 17 15—70
Collierville 15 17 6 15—53
Records — Ridgeway 18-6 (10-2, 15-AAA), Collierville 16-13 (5-7).

Northpoint (50) — Ashtyn Baker 22, Lindsay Bramlitt 2, Lauren Gross 3, Hannah Shafer 10, Jade Wells 8, Lindsey Whiteside 5.
Harding (57) — Zaria Christy 2, Valecia Harris 3, Anna Horner 13, Antoinette Lewis 27, Sarah Luttrell 11, Callie Stubbs 1.
Northpoint 10 16 14 10—50
Harding 15 16 17 9—57
Records — Northpoint 24-2 (10-1), Harding 20-5 (10-1).

Kirby (47) — Marneisha Hamer 15, Desirea Jackson 24, Juantia Walton 8.
Houston (68) — Melisa Carter 4, Shaela Gardner 4, Jayla Hemingway 20, Sammiyah Hoskin 4, Rochelle Lee 20, Sydney Malone 2, Jaida Roper 12, Shannon Sharp 2.
Kirby 19 2 11 15—47
Houston 13 15 17 23—68
Records — Houston 22-2 (12-0, 15-AAA).

ECS (48) — Daisha Jiles 11, Emily Lytle 23, Jordan Shackleford 8, Adrienne Teed 6.
Lausanne (43) — Breanna Bullock 19, Kat DelPriore 5, Taa'lor Fondren 6, Keyla Pointer 8, Selena Pruitt 3, Kristen Wright 2.
ECS 8 16 13 11—48
Lausanne 9 12 4 18—43
Records — ECS 11-11 (6-5, Division 2-A), Lausanne 15-8 (7-4).

Jackson Northside (34) — Nakilliyah Mercer 6, Destiny Nichols 15, Ermaya Wise 2, Eumiyah Shaw 11.
Millington (46) — Tamia Aldridge 9, Jherika Brown 5, Trevona DeSouza 2, Glenda Garner 15, Tayunna Hickerson 4, Tazerria House 5, Keyona Johnson 5, Katlyn Mickey 1.
Jackson Northside 2 4 12 16—34
Millington 15 16 8 7—46
Records — Millington 8-16.

Trezevant (53) — Sachmere Bougard 1, Jasmine Ellis 2, Heaven Frye 2, Makaylah Frye 2, Sade Hudson 15, Emma Jackson 10, Brandy Shannon 8, Kearra Tucker 6, Jaquisha Vaughn 1, Jessica Walker 6.
MLK Prep (29) — Dyrianda Johnson 10, Timeria McCullough 2, Kiyanah Merriweather 5, Unique Miller 2, Quiesha Paige 6, Eboni Young 4.
Trezevant 4 18 8 23—53
MLK Prep 5 4 12 8—29
Records — MLK Prep 6-16.

KIPP (38) — Bria Brown 4, Jocelyn Carr 6, Jeshuna Clark 7, Shatera Howard 6, Anterraka Malone 4, Brandy McGee 4, Destiny Pickett 1, Dereny Spencer 2, Destinee Thomas 4.
Northside (33) — Davida Beal 2, Xavier Richardson 1, Charlesetta Riley 11, Starkisha Saine 4, Christianna Taylor 13, Trakesha Whiting 2.
KIPP 6 6 15 11—38
Northside 4 4 13 12—33
Records — KIPP 12-9 (10-6, 16-A), Northside 10-10 (7-9).

Westwood (39) — Carleesia Austin 9, Markeila Burton 12, Jasmyne Long 12, Tacorria Stokes 4, T. Washington 2.
Oakhaven (42) — Tayonia Ash 4, MiKayla Beamon 5, Jalecia Cowan 3, Corlishia Howard 20, Lydia Robertson 1, Evetta Shannon 2, Jazlynn Smith 7.
Westwood 11 12 14 2—39
Oakhaven 5 17 12 8—42
Records — Oakhaven 17-5.

Hamilton (57) — Samantha Hill 3, Myeala Isaac 5, Shamya London 12, Kyra Nathan 8, Undrea Porter 5, Takya Reid 10, Tesia Thompson 14.
Overton (71) — Kiante Butts 9, Rodrea Echols 12, Marquesha Fennell 10, Dontrecia Johnson 10, Ciera Pettis 9, Kayla Williams 21.
Hamilton 15 10 10 22—57
Overton 17 22 13 19—71

Central Baptist (15) — Annie Bell 8, Lily Franklin 2, Rhoda Nelson 2, Lauren Cutshaw 3.
Rossville Christian (59) — Maddie Anderson 6, Esther Beasley 4, Breana Bing 2, Gracie Cairncross 4, Caroline Loftin 16, Alexis Long 2, Mary Cathryn Mathis 9, Kara Novarese 16.
Central Baptist 6 0 4 5—15
Rossville 22 8 20 9—59
Records — Rossville Christian 19-7.

St. Benedict (53) — Taylor Barnes 17, Catalina Carrasco 2, Kristina Ferris 1, Nicole Ferris 3, Myah LeFlore 5, Courtney Parker 3, Braxton Powers 1, Nicole Ungaro 21.
Southaven (63) — Emily Evans 14, Shaniia Green 2, Erica Jones 24, Tye Metcalf 7, Astraea Moore 8, Gabrielle Morgan 8.
St. Benedict 17 9 9 18—53
Southaven 14 6 21 22—63
Records — St. Benedict 19-6, Southaven 16-6.

St. Agnes (51) — Tess Emerson 2, Amanda Lammey 20, Lauren Lewis 7, Marisa Lewis 4, Caroline Pietrangelo 6, Kindall Ross 2, Rachel Siano 5, Amelia Wigley 5.
St. Mary's (32) — Hattie Fogarty 4, Meredith Hood 2, Jean Jackson 4, Margie Peeler 2, Evelyn Roberts 12, Mary-Harper Robinson 4, Brett Silver 4.
St. Agnes 12 14 8 17—51
St. Mary's 2 6 13 11—32
Records — St. Mary's 3-17.

Fayette Aca. (41) — Sarah Layne Ellis 4, Abby Hilliard 2, Emily Hunt 3, Lauren Lessel 8, Kayli Skelton 18, Heather Slocum 3, Alex Wadley 3.
Tipton-Rosemark Aca. (27) — Taylor Beasley 6, Brooke Bridges 5, Brittany Hall 3, Ally Naifeh 11, Neely Turner 2.
Fayette Aca. 13 11 8 9—41
TRA 4 5 7 11—27
Records — Fayette Aca. 16-10 (6-3, D2-A West).

LATE MONDAY
Manassas (44) — Joslynn Basemore 18, Ranesha Brown 9, Tonesha Clayborne 3, Rakeeva Curry 1, Latonia Farley 7, Jasmine Walker 6.
Trezevant (36) — Sade Hudson 24, Brandy Shannon 7, Kearra Tucker 1, Jessica Walker 4.
Manassas 13 11 13 7—44
Trezevant 11 5 9 11—36
Records — Manassas 11-7 (6-4, 16-AA), Trezevant 11-8 (7-5).

Myah Taylor, Midseason Girls Basketball ALL-USA Player of the Year Candidate

Congrats Myah!


See USA Today list of Candidates

Olive Branch #13, Central #22 in USATODAY Super 25 Nation Ranking



See complete Super 25 Ranking

Jasmine Joyner (Southaven) Back-to-Back SoCon Player of the Week Honors


Read entire Chattanooga womens basketball story

Durriya Shields-Sampson (White Station) Season High 14 Points



Read entire Alabama State womens basketball story

Tuesday, February 9, 2016

Jasmine Joyner (Southaven) Tabbed SoCon Player of the Month


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Senior Aaliyah Whiteside (Central) Right Where she wants to be Carrying her Team on her Back







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Girls Basketball Scores February 8, 2016

From Commercial Appeal


Hutchison (41) — Gardner Dunavant 1, Elizabeth Farnsworth 13, Jordan Groover 4, Macy McCullough 13, Madison Moore 8, Catey Nelson 2.
St. George's (45) — Kirby Betchick 4, Ann Ragan Grissom 16, Makayla Smith 6, Miaya Smith 11, Adi Thrasher 8.
Hutchison 11 6 19 5—41
St. George's 3 21 9 12—45

Hillcrest (25) — Ashley Champion 4, Latitana Collins 2, Rickiesha Howard 7, Tricilla James 2, Candace McGowan 2, Kadeeja Patterson 8.
Power Center Aca. (67) — Kelsey Banks 9, Jada Cooley 7, Surina Finnie 34, Jasmine Smith 6, Rahja White 9, Kayla Williams 2.
Hillcrest 3 12 6 4—25
PCA 31 22 6 8—67

Douglass (60) — Anterrika Brassell 4, Marquera Carnes 10, Jahmere Dangerfield 4, Jennifer Fletcher 2, Amber Garrett 1, Gazmyne Herndon 21, Antonekka Jones 6, Kierra Morris 8, Launtrest Readus 4.
Sheffield (36) — Ayonna Beason 2, Breanna Beason 10, Miata Borders 4, Sebrun Johnson 2, Nikita Mays 6, Cabria Thomas 2, Destany White 6, Kennice Wallace 4.
Douglass 14 20 11 15—60
Sheffield 7 8 5 16—36
Records — Douglass 12-8 (7-2, 16-AA), Sheffield 10-13 (5-6).

St. Mary's (43) — Hattie Fogarty 5, Jean Jackson 12, Margie Peeler 2, Evelyn Roberts 12, Mary-Harper Robinson 2, Brett Silver 10.
FACS (46) — Kristen Brooks 1, Bionka Massie 31, Carmen Moore 6, Rachel Nix 4, Riley Willard 1, MacKenzie Youd 3.
St. Mary's 6 14 4 19—43
FACS 15 5 5 21—46
Records — FACS 3-14 (1-8, Division 2A).

Northside (39) — Davida Beal 9, Charlesetta Riley 5, Starkisha Saine 4, Christianna Taylor 16, Trakesha Whiting 5.
W.E.B. DuBois (51) — Alexis Acoff 25, Madalyn Acoff 11, Jaida Bachus 6, Kayla Clay 5, Diamond Nelson 4.
Northside 11 6 12 10—39
W.E.B. DuBois 9 12 8 22—51
Records — W.E.B. DuBois 15-1.

Tennessee AP Girls Prep Basketball Poll for Feb. 8

CLASS AAA
                                   Record    Pts    Prv
1. Blackman (12)             22-3    134    2
2. Wilson Central (2)        24-0    119    3
3. Riverdale                     22-3    106    4
4. Central                       26-1    105    1
5. Morristown West           23-2    89    5
6. Cumberland County      18-3    49    9
7. Oakland                       18-5    41    T7
8. Bradley Central             21-3    40    10
9. Dyer County                 21-3    31    6
10. Stewarts Creek           19-4    23    T7
Others receiving 12 or more points: none.

CLASS AA
                                Record    Pts    Prv
1. Elizabethton (14)       24-0    140    1
2. McMinn Central          21-2    125    2
3. Westview                  23-2    110    3
4. Upperman                 25-2    99    4
5. East Nashville            21-2    71    6
6. Westmoreland           21-3    63    T7
7. Grainger                   20-6    46    T7
8. Gatlinburg-Pittman    20-4    38    9
9. Livingston Academy   19-7    29    5
10. Lexington                19-4    19    10
Others receiving 12 or more points: none.

CLASS A
                                   Record    Pts    Prv
1. Middleton (12)             23-0    138    1
2. Gibson County (2)        27-0    127    2
3. South Greene               24-3    109    4
4. Dresden                       21-3    88    5
5. Pickett County              21-2    85    3
6. Meigs County               21-3    74    6
7. Community                  22-2    63    7
8. Jackson County            17-4    44    8
9. Middle Tenn. Christian   18-6    16    9
10. Van Buren County       20-3    9    NR
Others receiving 12 or more points: none.

DIVISION 2
                                   Record    Pts    Prv
1. USJ (7)                        25-1    113    2
2. Brentwood Aca. (5)       18-5    112    1
3. Franklin Road Aca.        19-2    100    3
4. Northpoint (1)           24-1    97    5
5. St. Benedict               19-4    74    6

6. Baylor                          17-6    69    7
7. Father Ryan                  19-4    57    4
8. Harpeth Hall                  16-5    39    8
9. Ezell-Harding                 20-3    33    10
10. Harding                     19-5    21    9
Others receiving 12 or more points: none.