High school roundup: Lady Blue Devils hit century mark

FROM STAFF REPORTSDecember 7, 2013 

Tatyana Wyatt scored 23 points and four other Lady Blue Devils were in double figures Saturday as Columbus routed Brookstone 100-38.Saturday at Columbus

Brookstone 5 11 5 17--38

Columbus 35 26 19 20--100

Brookstone (38)

Santreece Stephens 3, Jazaria Brown 11, Kali Spitzmiller 2, Rachel Moore 6, Neshia Thomas 12, Isabel McCluskey 2, Ashley Bush 2.

Columbus (100)

Shardonne Hayes 15, Brittany Floyd 4, Jaqueria Gunter 12, Marlisa Scott 7, Jazmyn McIntosh 12, Tatyana Wyatt 23, Khayla Lloyd 8, Alexia Manning 14, Kendra Moore 5, Jha'Meishia Griffin 1.

Team records: Brookstone NA. Columbus 5-0. Next: Brookstone, Tuesday at Central-Talbotton, 6 p.m. Columbus, Tuesday, home vs. Jordan, 6 p.m.

CENTRAl 56,NORTHVIEW 16

DOTHAN, Ala. -- Erin Hicks and Erin Spencer each scored 11 points to lead Central to rout of Northview.Saturday at Northview

Central 15 18 19 4--56

Northview 6 7 1 2--16

Central (56)

Zakoria Hickson 7; Erin Hicks 11, Jimecheia Banks 4, Keosha Glance 6, Santramica Howard 1, Erin Spencer 11, Indya Webb 1, Victoria Ficklin 7, Raven Rivers 3, Kayla Vance 5

Northview (16)

Merritt 7, Tyson 4, Lee 2, Holt 3, Ingram 2.

Team records: Central 4-1. Northview NA. Next: Central, Tuesday at Hardaway, 6 p.m.

KENDRICK 88,CARVER 48

Kahlia Lawrence recorded a double-double with 27 points and 10 rebounds as Kendrick remained undefeated with a win over Carver. She also had six steals.Saturday at Carver

Kendrick 18 22 21 27--88

Carver 12 22 7 7--48

Kendrick (88)

Deja Cheatham 16, Brittany Thompson 15, Margarnique McKissic 4, Kahlia Lawrence 27, Ashunti Jack 4, Donivan Dyson 16, Melia Jones 1, Ashton Draper 3, Thomason 2.

Carver (48)

Taquanna Walton 1, Kendra Weeks 3, Dymon Brown 12, Alexis Burns 6, Sydney Norris, Chantanae Tanner 8, Breanna Johnson 7, Mya Millner 9, Daisia Holsey 1, Givens 1.

Team records: Kendrick 4-0. Carver NA. Next: Kendrick, Tuesday, home vs. Northside, 6 p.m. Carver, Tuesday, home vs. Central-Macon, 6 p.m.

BOYS

HERITAGE 59,CALVARY 57

Jeffery Scott scored 14 points to lead Calvary Christian.Saturday at Calvary

Heritage 12 13 15 19--59

Calvary 22 16 7 12--57

Heritage (xx)

Rick Yancy 18, Cole Jones 17, Groover 9, Smith 8, Wilkins 5, Evans 2

Calvary Christian (xx)

Jeffrey Scott 14, Robert Williams 7, Josh Mixon 10, Adam Gray 7, Luke Giegerich 2, Jacquez Green, Jonathan Clarke 11, Stuart Mills-Wells 6.

Team records: Calvary Christian 1-4. Next: Calvary Christian, Thursday, home vs. EFCA, 7:30 p.m.

HEBRON CHR. 76,PACELLI 71

Triston Wells led Pacelli with 26 points.Saturday at Pacelli

Hebron Chr. 8 18 23 27--76

Pacelli 20 21 13 17--71

Hebron Christian (76)

Derrick Vandiver 29, Luke Crawford 21, Evan Myers 10, Welch 8, Johnson 4, Holiday 3, Dussling 1.

Pacelli (71)

Bryan Foster 12, Bailey McKee 10, Triston Wells 26, Dre Bowman 4, Mikal Marble 5, Mark Diquattro 8, Tim Diquattro 2, Caven Hinton 2, Gio Tanelus, Ben Davis 2.

Team records: Pacelli 1-2. Next: Pacelli, Tuesday at Greenville, 7:30 p.m.

SHAW 54, HARDAWAY 51

Ismail Edwards scored 15 points to lead Shaw to a win over Hardaway.

Cameron Paulding pulled down 11 rebounds for the Raiders and John Jackson picked up eight boards.

Armon Prophet and Justin Crawford each scored 13 for the Hawks.Saturday at Hardaway

Shaw 11 19 12 12--54

Hardaway 13 6 11 21--51

Shaw (54)

Cadirus Walker 4, Cameron Paulding 6, Kentrell Parker 4, Ismail Edwards 15, John Jackson 11, Marcus Thomas 2, Khalil Shakespeare 6, Kerry Lee 2, Kourtney Shakespeare 4.

Hardaway (51)

Armon Prophet 13, Justin Crawford 13, Jabral Morgan 5, Jaquan Daniels 11, Scott Huettner 2, De Harris 1, Treavon Davis 2, Darius Green 2, Kiante Strother 2.

Team records: Shaw 4-2. Hardaway NA. Next: Shaw, Saturday, home vs. Opelika, 7:30 p.m. Hardaway, Tuesday, home vs. Central, 7:30 p.m.

HARRIS COUNTY 89, CENTRAL-TALBOTTON 70

TALBOTTON, Ga. -- Deion Whitaker scored 23 points to lead Harris County to a win over Central-Talbotton.Saturday at Talbotton

Harris Co. 14 22 22 31--89

Central-Tal. 10 15 17 28--70

Harris County (89)

Alex Copeland 5, Brandon Carter 7, Jalen Northern 3, Amari Scott 11, Deion Whitaker 23, D'Carlos Kimbrough 4, Tae Crowder 11, Demondreo Harris 13, Nick Terrell 7, Jacquez Williams 2, Deondre Copeland 3.

Central-Talbotton (70)

Turner 5, Owens 2, Jabril Flemister 17, Walker 9, Carter 2, Walton 2, Howard 5, Mathis 8, Raylez Jenkins 10, Laire Barnes 10.

Team records: Harris County 2-1. Central-Talbotton 0-7. Next: Harris County, Tuesday home vs. Troup, 7:30 p.m.

CENTRAL 85, NORTHVIEW 61

DOTHAN, Ala. -- Demarcus Lampley and Anthony Moore each scored 18 points to lead Central over Northview.

Moore also had 10 rebounds and Mark Rodgers had a double-double, with 14 points and 10 assists.Saturday at Northview

Central 28 18 17 22--85

Northview 10 10 17 24--61

Central (85)

Tavare Igus 6, Clayton Jones 1, Demarcus Lampley 18, Quatavious Lewis 3, Anthony Moore 18, Devin Pugh 13, Mark Rodgers 14, Jevon Smith 2, Tre Todd 4, Dalton Walker 4, Christian Ward 2.

Northview (61)

Mylik Minnifield 10, J. Reynolds 9, C. Ford 8, M. Johnson 8, E. Harris 5. Mitchell 4, N. Goodson 3, Holmes 2, Williams 3, Thomas 1.

Team records: Central 5-0. Northview NA. Next: Central, Tuesday at Hardaway, 7:30 p.m.

columbus 75, brookstone 66

Marvin Lloyd and Benjamin Gardner each scored 20 points and the Blue Devils pulled away from Brookstone in the fourth quarter for Karl Ivery had 11 assists for Columbus in the win.

Fred Davies had 32 for Brookstone, including nine 3-pointers. Johnathan Gordon had 22 for Brookstone.Saturday at Columbus

Brookstone 12 22 13 19--66

Columbus 16 5 25 29--75

Brookstone (65)

Fred Davies 32, Johnathan Gordon 22, Leye Olubowale 2, Lucas Wolff 3, Miles McCluskey 6, Hudson Terrell, Sam Ndem 1.

Columbus (75)

Marvin Lloyd 20, Karl Ivery 10, Jaquan Macon 15, Benjamin Gardner 20, James Traylor 6, Caleb Johnson 4.

Team records: Brookstone 1-1. Columbus 2-3. Next: Brookstone, Tuesday at Central-Talbotton, 7:30 p.m. Columbus, Wednesday, home vs. Jordan, 7:30 p.m.

LATE FRIDAY

BROOKSTONE 51,FPD 41

Neshia Thomas scored 17 points as Brookstone won its home-opener.Friday at Brookstone

FPD 8 12 4 17--41

Brookstone 10 19 9 13--51

First Presbyterian (41)

Kate Patterson 16, Savannah Phillips 12, Stroud 4, Lisenby 4, Ruble 3, Reese 2.

Brookstone (51)

Santreece Stephens 6, Kali Spitzmiller 6, Rachel Moore 9, Neshia Thomas 17, Isabel McCluskey 2, Kaylen Long 2, Naeisha McClain 9.

Team records: Brookstone 1-0.

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