Monday, December 18, 2017

Memphis High School Basketball Top Performers for Dec. 15

From Commercial Appeal

Here are the top girls basketball standouts for games played on Dec. 15 as reported to The Commercial Appeal. To submit your players for consideration e-mail reporter John Varlas ( or reach him on Twitter (@johnvarlas).

Lyric Cole, White Station: One of the Spartans' talented freshmen, Cole scored a career-high 33 as her team moved to 9-2 with a 60-37 victory over Raleigh-Egypt. Brittni Moore added 12 as White Station outscored the Pharaohs by 20 in the second half.

Kristina Ferris, St. Benedict: Ferris led four players in double-figures, scoring 15 in a 56-14 victory over Germantown. Lily Gleneck added 13 and Deja Pryor and Catalina Carrasco scored 10 each.

Lauren Gross, Northpoint: The game of the night was at Tipton-Rosemark as the Trojans rallied late to hand the Rebels their first loss of the season, 45-43. Gross came up with some big baskets down the stretch and late Northpoint (8-0) with 25 while Amara McKay scored 11 and grabbed 11 rebounds. Briana Hall led TRA (8-1) with 18.

Sade Hudson, Trezevant: The Bears' senior leader scored 21 points, grabbed seven rebounds and handed out four assists in her team's 66-14 victory over Kingsbury. She received plenty of help from Quinterria Foster (17 points, five assists) and Richara Cooper (15 points, seven rebounds).

Lizzie Rhea, Fayette Academy: The freshman scored 23 to lead the Vikings to a 60-57 victory over Lewisburg. Megan McClure contributed 13.

Makayla Summerall, Harding: Summerall scored 15 as the Lions (4-3) took control in the first half and defeated region rival St. George's 58-24. Sage Hawley added 13 while Adi Thrasher's 12 led the Gryphons.

Lauren Taylor, Collierville: Taylor put 20 on the board as the Dragons improved to 5-3 with a 50-28 victory over Center Hill.

Darry'l White, Hamilton: White scored 16 and handed out five assists to lead the Wildcats to a 55-30 win over Wooddale. Kierra Wilkins added 12 while Danyell McAdams grabbed a game-high 13 rebounds.

Caitlyn Wilson, Arlington: Wilson scored 21 to lead the Tigers to an impressive 73-65 victory over Central. Nya Stewart chipped in with 16 for the winners while Arkansas State signee Jireh Washington (22) and Johne' Stewart (20) led the Lady Warriors.

Taylor Woodhouse, Southaven: Woodhouse scored 22 and the Chargers are 9-3 following a 75-52 victory over Catholic.

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