High school basketball roundup: Moore, Pugh lead Central past Kendrick

FROM STAFF REPORTSNovember 23, 2013 

Anthony Moore led the Central Red Devils with 29 points and Devin Pugh had 22 in a 77-46 victory over Russell County on Saturday night.

Jaylin Rutherford led Russell County in points with 14.

Russell Co. 12 15 13 6--46

Central 20 26 27 4--77

Russell County (46)

Jaylin Rutherford 14, Cortez Gunn 11, Devonta Linsey, Marshel Lyons 8, Dontavious Hill 2, Justin Simmons, Tyler Ricks, Jackson Parker 5, Kenneth Barnes 2 Johnathan Towns, Keondrey Horace, Byron Johnson 4, Carl Johnson

Central (77)

Anthony Moore 29, Devin Pugh 22, Demarcus Lampley 10, Rogers 6, Williams 4, Lewis 3, Todd 2, Igus 1

Team records: Russell County NA. Central 2-0. Next: Russell County Dec. 3, home vs. Valley, 7:30 p.m.. Central, home vs. Carver, Friday, 6 p.m.

FAYETTE COUNTY 68, Northside 53

FAIRBURN, Ga. -- Fayette County defeated Northside as part of first Sandy Creek Shootout Saturday. Davion Thomas led Northside with 23 points and Matthew Richardson had 13 points.Saturday at Sandy Creek

Northside 17 9 12 15--53

Fayette County 10 11 27 20--68

Northside (53)

Davion Thomas 23, Matthew Richardson 13, Edwards 2, Nunnaly 3, Scott 4, Hopkins 8,

Fayette County (68)

Dante Sterling 26, C.J. Johnson 17, Chance Berry 14, King 3, Culver 3, Minnifield 3, Smith 2

Team records: Northside 1-1. Next: Northside, at Shaw, Tuesday, 7:30 p.m.

TRI-CITIES 82,COLUMBUS 61

Fairburn, Ga. -- Benjamin Gardner scored 15 points to lead Columbus, but the Blue Devils fell to Tri-Cities in the first Sandy Creek ShootoutSaturday at Sandy Creek

Columbus 15 14 9 23--61

Tri-Cities 26 16 26 14--82

Columbus (61)

Marvin Lloyd 5, Dante Harris 1, Karl Ivery 9, Henry Houpt 3, Paxton Barkdull 5, Jaquan Macon 4, Benjamin Gardner 15, Andrew Snodgrass 14, Caleb Johnson 5

Tri-Cities (82)

Rainey 24, Davis 21, Trice 4, Stokes 5, Chaven 4, Floyd 2, Swaid 2, Waltshare 8, Thomas 2, Woodward 4, Daniels 2

Team records: Columbus 0-1. Next: Columbus, home vs. Hardaway, Tuesday, 7:30 p.m.

McIntosh 72, Jordan 56

FAIRBURN, Ga. -- McIntosh downed Jordan 72-56 in the first Sandy Creek Shootout Saturday. Jesse Hill led Jordan with 16 points on the night.Saturday at Sandy Creek

Jordan 10 15 18 13--56

McIntosh 15 20 18 19--72

Jordan (56)

Foster 2, L.D. Jones 11, Jesse Hill 16, Smith 6, Pearce 8, Palmer 5, Thomas 8

NcIntosh (72)

Nash 5, Cervantes 5, Gaines 2, Will Washington 14, Lowery 6, Hall 6, Jordan Lyons 32, Burtke 2

Team records: Jordan 1-1. Next: Jordan, home vs. Northside, Dec. 3, 7:30 p.m.

EFCA 59, CALVARY 49

Jonathan Clark and Jeffrey Scott scored 17 points apiece for Calvary.Saturday at Sandy Creek

Calvary 7 14 14 14--49

EFCA 12 17 6 24--59

Calvary (49)

Jonathan Clark 17, Jeffrey Scott 17, Robert Williams 10, Gray 3, Mills-Well 2

EFCA (59)

J. Boan 32, Russell 14, Duncan 3, Bumpars 6, H. Boan 2, Falcone 2

Team records: Calvary 0-1. Next: Calvary, Dec, 2, home vs. Springwood

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EFCA 48, Calvary 39

MONTGOMERY, Ga. -- Kylie Sutton scored 16 points to lead Evangel Family Christian Academy to an overtime win over Calvary Christian.Saturday at Montgomery, Ala.

Calvary 4 6 14 11 0--39

EFCA 11 7 11 10 9--48

Calvary (39)

Brittney Bruce 18, Shannon 7, Embola 9, Santiago 2, Miller 3.

EFCA (48)

Kylie Sutton 16, Hannah Spivey 15, Byani Thompson 15, Summerford 1, Datprich 1

Team records: Calvary 0-1. EFCA 1-1. Next: Calvary, Dec. 2 hosts Springwood.

CARVER-MONT. 40,NORTHSIDE 27

Northside couldn't overcome a slow start and lost to Carver-Montgomery on the second day of the Jay Sparks Classic.

Jasmine Herndon led the Lady Patriots with seven points.Saturday at CSU

Carver-Mont. 5 10 10 15--40

Northside 6 4 8 9--27

Carver-Montgomery (40)

Kendra Foster 10, Keyuonna Thompson 13, Calhoun 7, Bell 3, Davis 3, Brown 2

Northside (27)

Briana Davis 4, Te'Ajah Ramseur 2, Caitlyn Jakes 4, Taylor Jakes 4, Jessica Herndon 6, Jasmine Herndon 7

Team records: Northside 2-1. Next: Northside, at Shaw, Tuesday, 6 p.m.

Central 56,Russell County 38

Zakoria Hickson led Central with 10 points, and Keisha Williams led Russell County with 20 points. Saturday at Central

Russell Co. 13 5 4 16--38

Central 17 14 17 8--56

Russell County (38)

Keisha Williams 20, Tiyah. Johnson 11, Judge 3, Hammock 2, Carr, Greene 2

Central (56)

Zakoria Hickson 10; Hicks 7, Banks 7, Glance 8, Howard 2, Spencer 4, Webb 2, Ficklin 5, Faniel 2, Rivers 5, Vance 4

Team records: Russell County 03. Central 1-1. Next: Russell County Dec. 3, home vs. Valley, 6 p.m. Central, home vs. Carver, Friday, 6 p.m.

KENDRICK 84, SHAW 25

Kahlia Lawrence scored 18 points to lead Kendrick to an easy win over Shaw.Saturday at Shaw

Kendrick 26 22 16 20--84

Shaw 6 7 6 6--25

Kendrick (84)

Deja Cheatham 17, Brittany Thompson 16, Taylor Farley 3, Margarnique McKissic 11, Kahlia Lawrence 18, Ashunti Jack 4, Donivan Dyson 6, Melia Jones 6, Ashton Draper 1, Baker 2.

Shaw (25)

Talie Hammond 9, Annessa Johnson 4, Destiny Reed 2, Ahyannah Bell 4, Dawniqua Snead 6

Team records: Kendrick 2-0. Shaw NA. Next: Kendrick, Friday, home vs. Hardaway, 6 p.m.. Shaw, home vs. Northside, Tuesday, 6 p.m.

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