Dallas County rebounds with win
On Senior Night in Plantersville, the Dallas County Hornets took out some frustration on the visiting Red Devils of Maplesville, 79-46
After a pair of tough losses, the Hornets got a needed win Tuesday night as they jumped out to an early lead and rested some starters in the second half.
Vencient Moore led the way with 18 points and 10 rebounds.
Rodnell Leshore had 11 points and 11 rebounds, Delandon Callens 10 points and Patrick Jackson had 10 points and 10 rebounds.
For Maplesville, Jay White had 13 points
With the win, the Hornets improve to 13-12 and they play at Demopolis on Thursday.
Next Thursday night
they open the playoffs against Montevallo at home 7:30 p.m.
In their final warm-up before starting playoff action Thursday night in Tuscaloosa, Meadowview beat Hooper in a defensive ball game.
Haley McIntyre had 21 points and nine rebounds. Elyse had four points while Ashton SMith had eight points. Joni Lawrence had four
and Deavan Aultman had a point.
Lowndes Academy came out hot against Meadowview but the Trojans fought back and took the win, 72-68.
In the JV game Monday night against Lowndes, Meadowview got 16 points from Carol Ann
McIntyre. Deavan Aultman added 14 points. Haley Johnston had four points and five rebounds. Tonya Caldor had two points and three rebounds
In the last JV game of the year, Deavan Aultman had 12 while Carol Ann McIntyre added two as did Haley Johnston.
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Ally Bradford had six points while Cursey Oats and Sarah Hughey had four each as the Morgan JV took the win over Kingwood.
Jamie Pilcher had three points.
Caitlin Henderson, Amy McGucken, Ann Larkin Oats and Laura Lee Logan all had two points each. The JV ends the season at 6-6.
The top-ranked girls team in AISA held Morgan’s Lady Senators to 24 points Tuesday night at home.
Elizabeth Elliot had eight points, nine rebounds in the losing effort while Katie Taylor had eight points and 16 rebounds.
Laura Whitney Bennett had four points.
The 13-6 Senators play Hooper Friday at 3:30 p.m. at Hooper in first-round area tournament action.
Trailing 28-22 in the third quarter, Morgan coach David Walker inserted the starting five from Morgan’s state championship JV team.
Blake South, Eric Pilcher, Jeremy Smith, Reid Tolar and Reid Buster turned things around and sparked Morgan to the 57-46 home win.
Blake South had
12 points and played great defense for the Senators.
Allen Callaway had 11 points while Tolar had 10. Buster had eight points and nine rebounds. Pilcher had five assists, four steals and eight points.
On Friday at 5 p.m., the Senators begin area tournament play against Pike at Hooper.
They split with Pike in the regular season.
With a balanced attack, CCA warmed up for the area tournament with a win over Autauga Academy, 66-34.
Tee Woods led with 18 points and 10 rebounds.
Bud Smith had 16 and Pat Thomas had 11 and six rebounds for CCA. Simuel Walker had 11 and four rebounds and Destry Everhart had 11 points, four rebounds and six steals.
Chris Cross made ’em
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CCA’s in action Friday in the area tournament at MMI at 5 p.m.
The Warriors rounded out the regular season, undefeated at home at 11-0, ranked in top 10, only lost two on the road have had a good year and we’re looking forward to starting the next season
On senior night, the Francis Marion Rams beat a tough
Demopolis team 52-46.
All three of the Rams’ seniors played played well.
Kelvin Curry had nine points all on 3-pointer’s. Brian Moore had four rebounds, two blocks and two points
Demopolis’ Cedric McKenzie had eight points.
In a classic senior night contest in Hayneville, Southside battled back from 10-down at the half to force overtime against Central Hayneville.
Lions’ senior Willie Patterson responded with five of his 20 in the extra period, including a 3-pointer at the start of the frame that put Central ahead for good.
With fellow senior Jermika Siegler adding 16 points and eight rebounds, Hayneville won, 73-68.
Tremayne Moorer added 13 points
and 11 rebounds, for his second double-double in a row.
For Southside, Jeffrey Anderson had 20.
With 11 seconds left in regulation, the teams had a mad scramble nobody could score.
The Lions play Greenville Friday then Pike County next Thursday in Pike County for the area tournament.
The Lions are 11-12 on the season while
Southside falls to 10-11.