High school basketball roundup: Brookstone beats ChattCo 68-62

December 14, 2013 

CUSSETA, Ga. -- The Brookstone Cougars defeated the Chattahoochee County Panthers Saturday at Chattahoochee County behind the 26 points of Fred Davies.

Saturday at Chattahoochee County

Brookstone 13 22 20 13--68

ChattCo 11 19 15 17--62

Brookstone (68)

Fred Davies 26, Johnathan Gordon 18, Olubowale 9, Wolff 8, Ndem 3, Page 1, Terrell 3.

Chattahoochee County (62)

White: 18, Lockett: 15, Askerv: 11, Mobley: 10, Dixon: 6, Jones: 2

Records: Brookstone: 3-1; ChattCo N/A. Next: Columbus at Brookstone, Friday, 6 p.m.Sherwood 68, Calvary Christian 50

Sherwood defeated Calvary Christian 68-50 Saturday. Jonathan Clarke led the Knights with 15 points.

Saturday at Sherwood

Calvary Christian 12 4 14 20--50

Sherwood 10 9 27 22--68

Calvary Christian (50)

Jeffrey Scott 11, Robert Williams 12, Josh Mixon, Adam Gray 2, Luke Giegrich, Jacquez Green 2, Jonathan Clarke 15, Cody Barnes, Trey Wiggins, Josh Trawick, Jack McCarty, Cody Russell 5, Stewart Mills-Wells 3.

Sherwood (68)

Chris Thomas 20, Henderson 16, Kelly 14, Johnson 12, King 2, Hatcher 2, Reynolds 2

Records: Calvary 3-5. Next: Griffin at Calvary, Jan. 10, 6 p.m.

CARVER 68, SPENCER 56

Khane Pass scored 20 points to lead Carver to a win over Spencer.

Spencer's Deondre Hubbard had 28 points to lead all scorers.

Saturday at CarverSpencer 14 11 16 15--56

Carver 10 18 19 21--68

Spencer (56)

Deondre Hubbard 28, Snookie Davis 13, Keanis Bush 7, Kimoni Bush 6, Anthony Smith 2.

Carver (68)

Lorenzo Madden 11, Kimiun Woods 13, Dominique Johnson 8, Khane Pass 20, Drelon Freeman 8, Mekhi Brown 2, Jawon Pass 6.

Records: Carver NA. Next: Northside at Carver, Friday, 4:30 p.m.; Manchester at Spencer, Jan. 10, 6 p.m.

CALLAWAY 73, BOWDON 61

LAGRANGE, Ga. -- Dre Martin scored 15 points to lead Callaway over Bowdon.

Saturday at LaGrange

Bowdon 11 18 15 17--61

Callaway 21 20 12 20--73

Bowdon (61)

Marcus Therman 15, DJ Brewer 12, Keith 11, Maze 8, Freeman 6, Jordan 4, Player 3.

Home (73)

Dre Martin 15, Earnest Patillo 12, Godwin 9, Jones 9, Nu-man 7, Sanders 6, Simpson 6, Heard 4, Mosely 2, Leverette 2, Jankowski 1.

Team records: Callaway 1-1. Next: Callaway at LaGrange Tuesday at 7:30 p.m.

HARRIS COUNTY 64, JORDAN 60

HAMILTON, Ga. -- Deion Whitaker scored 24 points to lead Harris County over Jordan.

Cameron Smith of Jordan led all scorers with 25 points. L.D. Jones chipped in 16 points for Jordan.

Saturday at Harris CountyJordan 14 8 13 25--60

Harris County 10 19 20 15--64

Jordan (60)

L.D. Jones 16, Jesse Hill 4, Onte Harrison 2, Cameron Smith 25, Maurice Palmer 8, Trey Thomas 5.

Harris County (64)

Brandon Carter 6, Toriq Holloway 3, Amari Scott 3, Deion Whitaker 24, D'Carlos Kimbrough 2, Tae Crowder 14, Demondreo Harris 10, Hassell 2.

Records: Jordan 3-5. Harris Co. NA Next: Jordan, Tuesday, at Northside. Central at Harris County, Tuesday, 6 p.m.

OPELIKA 72, SHAW 54

Pernell Bickerstaff scored 17 points to lead Opelika over Shaw.

Saturday at ShawOpelika 17 16 22 17--72

Shaw 11 12 9 22--54

Opelika (71)

Kenneth Key 12, Wilson 4, Johnson 4, Pernell Bickerstaff 17, Hall 6, Butler 9, Tolbert 8, Love 8, Rogers 4.

Shaw (54)

Cadirus Walker 6, Cameron Paulding 6, Kentrell Parker 7, Ismail Edwards 9, John Jackson 9, Marcus Thomas 2, Khalil Shakespeare 8, Kerry Lee 2, Kourtney Shakespeare 2, Chris Hicks 3.

Records: Shaw 5-3. Next: Shaw at Kendrick, Tuesday, 6 p.m.RUSSELL COUNTY 62, SMITHS STATION 53

Russell County beat Smiths Station behind the 16 points of Jaekwon Parker Saturday.

Saturday at Russell County

Smiths Station 15 12 11 15--53

Russell County 13 10 18 21--62

Smiths Station (53)

Al Robinson, Sr 4, Stephon Jackson 2, DeVante Marshall 9, Michael Hardin 15, Jahill Keys 10, LaDerion Heath 6, Johnny Woods 7, Amonte Caban,; Jeremy Jones, Justin Gary, Canden Porter, Tae Hall, Airen Brooks, William Peabody

Russell County (62)

Jaylin Rutherford 11, Cortez Gunn 5, Devonta Linsey, Marshel Lyons 7, Dontavious Hill 1, Justin Simmons, Tyler Ricks 3, Jaekwon Parker 16, Kenneth Barnes Johnathan Towns, Keondrey Horace, Byron Johnson 4, Carl Johnson 15

Records: Russell County 3-3; Smiths Station N/A. Next: Russell County at Valley, Monday, 8 p.m.; Smiths Station at Lafayette, Tuesday, 5:30 p.m.MANCHESTER 90, GREENVILLE 76

The Manchester Blue Devils defeated Greenville Saturday behind the 21 points of Quin Prather

Saturday at Manchester

Greenville 17 18 20 21--76

Manchester 23 14 25 28--90

Greenville (76)

Tenny 6, Marshall 4, Snelling 3, Prather 6, Wall 2, Ellison 1, Benning 4, Clemmons 2, Jackson 3, Jamal McKee 37, Reece 8

Manchester (90)

Brown 4, Ferguson 4, Aiken 3, Demarcus Addie 12, Jermaine Williams 12, Snelling 4, Quin Prather 21, Alford 4, Stevenson 8, Hozell Campbell 18

Records: Manchester 3-0 Next: Manchester at Central-Talbotton, Tuesday, 6 p.m.

GIRLS BASKETBALLOpelika 76, Shaw 44

Opelika downed Shaw Saturday. Talie Hammond and Destiny Reed led the Lady Raiders with 14 points each.

Saturday at Shaw

Opelika 11 23 20 22--76

Shaw 6 10 10 18--44

Opelika (76)

Kendall Adams 10, Amber Matthews 10, Lockhardt 9, Snipes 9, Frazier 9, Garner 5, Cannon 2, Benton 3, Williams 7, Marberry 6, Woods 6

Shaw (44)

Talie Hammond 14, Annessa Johnson, Destiny Reed 14, Jamesha Walden, Ashley Threatt, Nicole Grant., Emmitt Brown, Ahyannah Bell 2, Kayla Bonilla 2, Dawniqua Snead 6, Jireh Lucas, Lillian Austin 6

Records: Shaw 0-7. Next: Shaw at Kendrick, Tuesday, 6 p.m.SMITHS STATION 62, RUSSELL COUNTY 57

SEALE, Ala. -- The Smiths Station Lady Panthers defeated the Russell County Lady Warriors 62-57 Saturday. DeShala Floyd led Smiths Station with 17 points and Teyah Johnson led Russell County with 21 points.

Saturday at Russell County

Smiths Station 13 18 18 13--62

Russell County 15 14 19 9--57

Smiths Station (62)

Rae Williams 10, Jalynn Bess 11, Carter 2, DeShala Floyd 17, Pleasant 4, Miller 3, Quan Holten 15

Russell County (57)

Williams 6, Tiyah Johnson 12, Teyah Johnson 21, Judge 2, Iyishia Hammock 11, Carr 3, Greene 2

Records: Russell County 0-6. Smiths Station N/A. Next: Russell County at Valley, Monday, 5 p.m.; Smiths Station at Lafayette, Tuesday, 5:30 p.m.

CARVER 60, SPENCER 34

Dymon Brown scored 19 points to lead the Lady Tigers over Spencer.

Miara Elmore scored 20 points for Spencer.

Saturday at CarverSpencer 6 6 6 16--34

Carver 12 15 22 11--60

Spencer (34)

Miara Elmore 20, Jordan Walmsley 10, Kiara Price 2, Ladaisha Williams 1, Sundra Lawrence 1.

Carver (60)

Kendra Weeks 7, Dymon Brown 19, Alexis Burns 2, Sydney Norris 3, Chantanae Tanner 6, Breanna Johnson 4, Arnesia Smith 5, Claudette James 4, Yolanda Givens, 10.

Records: Carver NA. Next: Northside at Carver, Friday, 4:30 p.m.; Manchester at Spencer, Jan. 10, 6 p.m.BROOKSTONE 45, Chattahoochee County 21

SEALE. Ala. -- The Brookstone Lady Cougars defeated the Chattahoochee County Lady Panthers Saturday. Neshia Thomas led Brookstone with 20 points.

Saturday at Chattahoochee County

Brookstone 12 18 10 5--45

Chattahoochee County 0 7 7 7--21

Brookstone (45)

Santreece Stephens 6, Jazaria Brown 4, Rachel Moore 8, Neshia Thomas 20, Kaylen Long 3, Ashley Bush 4

ChattCo. (21)

Jones 3, Harris 4, Little 1, Jackson 3, Cochran 5, Williams 2, Ryan 3

Records: Brookstone 3-1; ChattCo N/A. Next: Brookstone at Randolph, FridayLATE FRIDAY

BOYS BASKETBALL

CALVARY CHRISTIAN 61, LaGrange 59

The Calvary Christian Knights downed LaGrange Academy Friday at home.

Friday at Calvary Christian

LaGrange Academy 15 14 20 10--59

Calvary Christian 9 13 23 16--61

LaGrange Academy (59)

Calvary Christian (61)

Jeffrey Scott 11, Robert Williams 5, Josh Mixon, Adam Gray 10, Luke Giegrich, Jacquez Green 2, Jonathan Clarke 31, Cody Barnes, Trey Wiggins, Josh Trawick, Jack McCarty, Cody Russell, Stewart Mills 2.

Records: Calvary Christian 3-4. Next: Calvary Christian at Sherwood, today, 4:30 p.m.

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