Thursday, December 14, 2017

Memphis High School Basketball Top Performers for Dec. 12

From Commercial Appeal

Annaliese Burnett, MHEA: Burnett scored 22 points and grabbed nine rebounds as the Eagles picked a great night to end their shooting slump, defeating Central 72-44. Lindsey Vaughn added 21 and Kylie Loadholt 17 for the defending home school national champions who are now 10-3.

Zareia Ector, Catholic: The Chargers are off to a 7-1 start following a 70-30 win against Overton in which Ector scored 17. Carria Smith added 15, Lytia Flowers 14 and Deyon Gipson 10.

Jayla Hemingway, Houston: Despite sitting out the entire fourth quarter, Houston's star had 24 points, 11 rebounds, eight steals and four assists in a xx-xx victory over Mitchell.

Hope Howlett, Macon Road Baptist: Howlett had 19 as Macon Road picked up a 70-35 victory over Central Baptist. Isabella Everett had 18 and Janinna Barber 17 while Callie Hogan scored a game-high 22 in defeat.

Sade Hudson, Trezevant: The Tennessee-Martin signee scored 28 as the Bears took control early and defeated 58-24 in District 16-AAA. Trezevant is now 3-2.

Chancey Jackson, Oakhaven: Jackson scored 22 points and had four assists as the Hawks improved to 7-0 with an 81-20 victory over W.E.B. DuBois LP&P. Jayla Webb added 12 points, Alista Williams 11 and Kierra King 10. Jackson had 19 points and four steals in Monday's 62-9 victory over Hillcrest.

Tremesha Rogers, BTW: Rogers scored 23 to lead the Warriors to a 77-50 over Douglass.

Jada Taylor and Lauren Taylor, Collierville: The Dragons' 69-9 victory over Millington was, well, Taylor-made as each scored 15.

Shmya Ward, Whitehaven: Ward poured in 29 points as Whitehaven improved to 6-2 with a 62-36 victory over Kirby. Alexis Acoff led the Cougars with 21.

Diamond Wray, Kingsbury: Wray scored 13 and Angela Couch 12 as the Falcons kept Sheffield winless, 47-37. Cabria Thomas had 17 for the Knights.

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