Scores from Jan. 24 games

Published 12:00 am Sunday, January 25, 2004

Despite getting off to a slow start, the Meadowview Lady Trojans took an easy win Friday night on the road as they beat Tuscaloosa, 45-34.

It was another area win for Meadowview as they pulled to 3-2 in

the area

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and 15-5 overall.

Haley McIntyre had her usual double-double with 26 points and 11 rebounds.

She added

four steals and three blocks.

Joni Lawrence scored nine points, Ashton Smith added five points, Carol Ann McIntyre and Sarah Biddle had two points each and Casey Burton had a point.



A slow first half doomed the Meadowview Trojans as they went on the road Friday night to Tuscaloosa. The Trojans failed to get going out of the gate and never recovered.

They lost, 76-52.

By the half, Meadowview trailed, 43-23.

Leading for Tuscaloosa, Joseph McIntyre had 19 while

Roger Brown nd Justin Collins had 12 each.

For Meadowview, John Robert Morton led with 38 points and 11 boards.

Derek Lassitter scored six points and had 11 rebounds. Chris Sewell added four points and four assists.

Hooper-66, Morgan-58

It was another nail-biter for Morgan’s boys as they went on the road and faced Hooper Academy Friday.

The Senators trailed by a single point at the end of each of the first three quarters, but Hooper pulled away in the final minutes for the 66-58 win.

It was Reid Tolar and Reid Buster leading the way for Morgan as they each had 17 points and eight rebounds in the losing effort.

Allen Callaway had 10 points. Eric Pilcher handed out nine assists.

Jeremy Smith led the team with four steals.

Wilcox Academy-53

Clarke Prep 44

In Camden, Wilcox Academy advanced to 10-6 on the year and 4-1 in area play with a 53-44 win over Clarke Prep.

Wilcox will play South Choctaw in Camden Tuesday for

the area title.

Michael Riggs led the charge again with 23 points and 20 rebounds. Zach Kennedy added 13 points.

Phillip Merryman was good for 12 points while Bo Bledsoe had 10 rebounds.

Wilcox trailed at the half, 25-21, but outscored Clarke Prep in third quarter to take control.