Wednesday, November 29, 2017

Memphis Area High School Basketball Top Performers for Nov. 28

From Commercial Appeal

Tia Bland, Covington: Scored 14 points to lead the Chargers to a 39-27 victory over Munford. Deja Potter led the Cougars with 13.

Tashun Bryson, Mitchell: Bryson scored 20 as a young Tigers team improved to 5-1 with a 44-43 victory over Trezevant. Sade Hudson led the Bears with 24.

Taa' Fondren, Lausanne: Fondren had 19 points and 10 rebounds to lead the Lynx past St. Mary's, 37-30.

Imani Gillen, Bartlett: Gillen scored 13 points as Bartlett picked up its first victory of the season, 57-20 over Germantown. Makia Morris added 10 for the Panthers.

Lauren Gross, Northpoint: The two-time defending Division II-A state champions are off to a 4-0 start following a 60-32 victory over Magnolia Heights (Miss.). Gross led the way with 25 points, 10 rebounds, five assists and five steals while Jade Wells added 16 points.

Maxine Engel, Hutchison: Engel scored 16 as the Sting (3-1) kept their poise down the stretch and hung on to defeat Melrose, 50-40.

Zieta Lee, Memphis School of Excellence: The sophomore scored 29 points but didn't get nearly enough help as the Eagles fell to Oakhaven, 79-41.

Brittni Moore, White Station: It's not even December but the Spartans' senior is already making a strong case for player of the year honors. Last week's player of the week scored 35 points (13 of 21 from the floor) and grabbed nine rebounds in a 65-61 victory over Southwind. Alaina Price added 13 while freshman Lyric Cole grabbed 14 rebounds. Ya'Taria Coleman scored 22 to lead the Jaguars.

Kamequa Rucker, Memphis Business Academy: Rucker scored 22 to lead MBA past Manassas, 42-39. Latonia Farley (17) and Markeisha Scott (16) combined for 33 of the Tigers' 39 points.

Megan Sanfratello, Tipton-Rosemark: Sanfratello led the way with 18 points as TRA improved to 4-0 with a 68-21 victory over Millington. Freshman Jordan Hall chipped in with 14 and 11 rebounds while Brittany Hall added 11 points.

Safharee Scruggs, Overton: After an 0-23 season last year, the Wolverines are now 2-3 following their 73-44 victory over Wooddale. Scruggs, a senior, led with 16 while Charmita Brooks scored 14 and Bacardi Peoples 13.

Carria Smith, Catholic: The Chargers are 5-0 following a 55-43 victory over St. Benedict. Smith led her team with 21 while Deja Pryor had a game-high 24 for the Eagles.

Lauren Taylor, Collierville: Taylor scored 16 points as the Dragons (2-1) broke open a tie game at halftime and defeated DeSoto Central, 63-40.

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