Southside’s Lady Panthers won all three of their games in the Cordova Christmas Tournament this weekend to win the tournament championship. Ki’Onna Likely scored 25 points in the championship game. --Daniel Evans
Southside’s Lady Panthers won all three of their games in the Cordova Christmas Tournament this weekend to win the tournament championship. Ki’Onna Likely scored 25 points in the championship game. -- Daniel Evans

Southside, Selma perform well in tournaments

Published 2:40pm Monday, December 30, 2013

The Southside Lady Panthers won the Cordova Christmas Tournament over the weekend by winning three straight games.

The Lady Panthers defeated Cedar Bluff in the championship game 48-44.

Kionna Likely led the Panthers with 25 poiuts.

Calvondrea Blackmon also had eight points and 13 rebounds for the Panthers.

Southside also defeated Gaston High School 52-43 behind Likely’s 18 points and Alabama Christian Academy 31-27.

Southside is 6-6 on the season and still has a perfect region record (2-0).

 

Selma 53, Wilcox Central 44 (boys)

The Selma Saints fell to Wilcox Central 53-44 Saturday night in the championship game of the Wilcox Holiday Tournament.

Khamaul Jones scored 15 points and added 19 rebounds to lead the Saints. Dexter Hatcher scored six points and had four rebonuds.

Jarvis Ross led Wilcox Central with 21 points in the win.

Selma’s next game is Friday, Jan. 3 against Francis Marion. Saints head coach Woodie Jackson will look to win his 700th game against his former school.

 

Selma 58, Francis Marion 45 (Girls)

The Selma Lady Saints held on to defeat the Francis Marion Lady Rams Saturday night in the third place game at the Dwight Madison Round Ball Classic Tournament.

Ayana Moore led Selma with 13 points and Areyana Williams added 10 points.

In the Saints only loss in the tournament, Selma fell to Morgan County Friday night 61-47.

Moore had 15 points and eight rebounds in the loss and Brenna Porter had two points and 13 rebounds.

 

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