High school roundup: Jordan boys beat Central-Talbotton 69-64

December 13, 2013 

Cameron Smith scored 23 points to lead Jordan to win over Central-Talbotton. L.D. Jones added 18 points for Jordan. Jabril Flemister had 17 to lead Central-Talbotton.

Friday at JordanCentral-Talbotton 16 16 12 20--64

Jordan 21 11 18 19--69

Central-Talbotton (64)

Jarvis Turner 11, Owens 3, Jabril Flemister 17, Walker 9, Baines 8, Raytez Jenkins 14, Walton 2.

Jordan (69)

L.D. Jones 18, Jesse Hill 4, Onte Harrison 8, Cameron Smith 23, Davante Pearce 7, Maurice Palmer 2, Trey Thomas 7.

Records: Jordan 3-4. Next: Jordan at Harris County, today, 6 p.m.Harris County 68, FPD 65

HAMILTON, Ga. -- The Harris County Tigers defeated First Presbyterian Day Friday at home. Deion Whittaker led Harris County with 25 points.

Friday at Harris CountyFPD 11 19 20 15--65

Harris County 15 7 21 25--68

FPD (65)

Ford 2, Lengel 1, Sams 31, Oates 3, Williams 23, Burnes 1, Samuel 4

Harris County (68)

Terrell 2, Crowder 9, Scott 2, Harris 9, Carter 3, Holloway 7, K. Davis 4, Hassell 2, Deion Whittaker 25, Kimbrough 5

Record: Harris County 3-2 Next: Jordan at Harris County, today, 7:30 p.m.

COLUMBUS 75, SPENCER 68

Benjamin Gardner had 22 points and 21 rebounds to lead Columbus over Spencer.Friday at SpencerColumbus 24 11 15 25--75

Spencer 11 25 9 23--68

Columbus (75)

Marvin Lloyd 22, Karl Ivery 9, Jaquan Mason 11, Benjamin Gardner 22, Andrew Snodgrass 2, Caleb Johnson 9.

Spencer (68)

Deondre Hubbard 26, Snookie Davis 11, Keanis Bush 21, Anthony Smith 4, Miller 2, Wiseman 4.

Records: Columbus 4-3 Spencer NA. Next: Spencer at Carver, today; Columbus at Brookstone, Friday, Dec. 20, 6 p.m.

CENTRAL 78, NORTHSIDE 70

Anthony Moore scored 20 points and pulled down 14 rebounds to lead Central to a win over Northside. Devin Pugh had 23 for Central.

Davion Thomas led Northside with 16 points.

Friday at CentralNorthside 17 19 12 22--70

Central 16 25 21 16-78

Northside (70)

Davion Thomas 16, Caleb Baker 5, Matthew Richardson 15, Jelani McGlan 12, Chris David 2, Dalandis Hopkins 7, Jaylen Brewster 3, Phillip Whittington 10.

Central (78)

Tavare Igus 10, Demarcus Lampley 2, Quatavious Lewis 9, Anthony Moore 20 14 reb, Devin Pugh 23, Mark Rodgers 14.

Records: Central 7-0. Northside 4-4. Next: Central at Harris County, Tuesday, 5 p.m.; Jordan at Northside, Tuesday, 6 p.m.

PACELLI 96, HEARD COUNTY 77

Bryan Foster scored 36 points to lead Pacelli over Heard County. Bailey McKee and Triston Wells each had 14 points for the Vikings.

Friday at PacelliHeard County 17 23 25 12--77

Pacelli 30 24 24 18-96

Heard County (77)

Duron Swint 30, Taylor Smith 16, Hum 8, Moss 8, Toney 6, Watkins 2, Chapman 2, Carroll 2, Daniel 2, Echols 1.

Pacelli (96)

Bryan Foster 36, Bailey McKee 14, Triston Wells 14, Dre Bowman 10, Mikal Marble 5, Mark Diquattro 8, Tim Diquattro 2, Trevor Rice 3, Joseph Wiley 4.

Records: Pacelli 2-3. Next: Pacelli at Dawson County, today, 7:30 p.m.Carver 69, Southwest Macon 52

The Carver boys beat Southwest Macon 69-52 Friday. Kimiun Woods led the team with 17 points.

Friday at Southwest-Macon

Carver 14 12 22 21--69

Southwest-Macon 13 8 15 16--52

Carver (69)

Tyler Jones 1, Lorenzo Madden 10, Derrick Odums 2, Kimiun Woods 17, Dominique Johnson 10, Micah Ransome, Bryce Dowdell, D.K. Sturgis, Harris, Nate Barley, Khane Pass 13, Drelon Freeman, Mekhi Brown 6, Juwon Pass 8, Moore 2

Southwest-Macon (52)

Next: Spencer at Carver, today, 3:30 p.m.

GIRLS BASKETBALLLanett 56, Russell County 45

LANETT, Ala. -- Lanett defeated Russell County Friday. Teyah Johnson led the Lady Warriors with 18 points.

Friday at LanettRussell County 15 9 10 11--45

Lanett 10 24 16 6--56

Russell County (45)

Williams 4, Teyah Johnson 18, Judge 9, Iyisha Hammock 14

Lanett (56)

Bridges 22, Boyd 13, Mayo 11, Billingsley 4, Hutchinson 3, Jordan 2, Roberts 1

Records: Russell County 0-5. Next: Smiths Station at Russell County, today, 4 p.m.Lakeside 51, Northside Methodist 28

DOTHAN, Ala. -- The Lakeside girls downed Northside Methodist Friday. Kasey Grant led the team with 22 points.

Friday at Northside MethodistLakeside 10 16 19 6--51

Northside Methodist 6 4 9 9--28

Lakeside (51)

Kasey Grant 22, Kayla Mullis 12, Hughes 7, Morris 4, Richards 2, Spivey 4

Northside Methodist (28)

Quattlehaum 18, Gilbert 6, Childers 4

Records: Lakeside 6-7. Next: Lakeside at Pike Liberal Arts, Tuesday, 7 p.m.

KENDRICK 63, HARDAWAY 33

Kahlia Lawrence scored 27 points to lead Kendrick to a win over Hardaway.

Tyra Lacy led Hardaway with 18 points.

Friday at HardawayKendrick 15 11 16 21--63

Hardaway 11 9 6 7-33

Kendrick (63)

Brittany Thompson 6, Taylor Farley 8, Margarnique McKissic 7, Kahlia Lawrence 27, Ashunti Jack 8, LaShayla Green Sr.; Melia Jones 2, Ashton Jack 2. Angela Jones 3.

Hardaway (33)

Tyra Lacy 18, Taylor Keith 2, Ebonee McCrory 1, Damaris Crawford 2, Breanna Perry 4, Jada Lewis 2, Hill 2. Dent 2

Records: Kendrick 6-0. Hardaway 1-5. Next: Kendrick hosts Shaw, Tuesday, 6 p.m.; Opelika at Hardaway, Tuesday, 6 p.m.Southwest Macon 54, Carver 38

The Carver girls fell to Southwest Macon Friday. Dymon Brown led the team with 13 points.

Friday at Southwest-Macon

Carver 9 7 9 13--38

Southwest-Macon 13 21 4 16--54

Carver (38)

Taquanna Walton, Kendra Weeks 10, Dymon Brown 13, Alexis Burns, Sydney Norris 1, Chantanae Tanner 2, Breanna Johnson 2, Arnesia Smith, Claudette Jamea, Nina Echoles, Mya Millner 5, Mel Holloway, Shantell Coleman, Ladija Jones, Daisia Holsey Givens 4, Walton 3.

Southwest-Macon (54)

Next: Spencer at Carver, today, 3:30 p.m.

CENTRAL 56, NORTHSIDE 49

Jimecheia Banks had 17 points to Central over Northside.

Friday at CentralNorthside 9 13 7 20--49

Central 9 12 23 12--56

Northside (49)

Briana Davis 16, Te'Ajah Ramseur 3, Caitlyn Jakes 6, Taylor Jakes 10, Jessica Herndon 8, Jasmine Herndon 6.

Central (56)

Zakoria Hickson 13; Erin Hicks 6, Jimecheia Banks 17, Santramica Howard 3, Erin Spencer 3, Victoria Ficklin 10, Raven Rivers 2, Kayla Vance 2.

Records: Central 6-1. Next: Central at Harris County, Tuesday, 5 p.m.; Jordan at Northside, Tuesday, 6 p.m.

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