High school basketball roundup: Blue Devils defeat Brookstone 44-43 behind Johnson's 11

FROM STAFF REPORTSDecember 20, 2013 

Caleb Johnson scored 11 points to help Columbus edge Brookstone 44-43 on Friday night at Brookstone.

The win was the fifth straight for the Blue Devils.

The Cougars were led by Fred Davies with 16 points and Johnathan Gordon with 12.Friday at Brookstone

Columbus 14 8 7 15--44

Brookstone 10 11 8 14--43

Columbus (44)

Marvin Lloyd 6, Karl Ivery 1, Derrick James 1, Preston Dalton 2, Jaquan Macon 8, Andrew Snodgrass 4, James Traylor 6, Caleb Johnson 11.

Brookstone (43)

Fred Davies 16, Johnathan Gordon 12, Leye Olubowale 5, Miller Page 5, Miles McCluskey 3, Hudson Terrell 2.

Team records: Columbus 5-3. Brookstone 3-2. Next: Columbus, Friday, at Jordan, 8 p.m. Brookstone, vs. Dawson County, today, 4:30 p.m. at Pacelli.BAYLOR PREP 67,GLENWOOD 51

Evensville, Tenn. -- The Glenwood Gators fell to Baylor Prep. Alex Hicks led the Gators with 20 points.Friday at Evensville, Tenn.

Glenwood 17 8 13 13--51

Baylor Prep 16 11 21 19--67

Glenwood (51)

Ant Holtzclaw 13, Thomason 4, Thomas 6, Humphries 2, Alex Hicks 20, Day 6.

Baylor Prep (67)

Matt Clendenden 30, Amadeo Giussani 14, Sammy Lupas 10, Upshaw 3, King 2, Maize 6, Seaberg 2.

Team records: Glenwood 8-2, Saturday, vs. Ray County, 5:30 p.m.

CARVER 53,NORTHSIDE 49

Juwon Pass scored 15 points to lead Carver to its ninth straight win.

Dominique Johnson added 12 for the Tigers and Khane Pass had 11.

Davion Thomas led Northside with 17 points.

Friday at Carver

Northside 11 7 14 17--49

Carver 12 13 16 12--53

Northside (49)

Davion Thomas 17, Matthew Richardson 6, Jelani McGlan 5, Cordale Scott 2, Hopkins 3, Jaylen Brewster 2, Phillip Whittington 10, Baker 4.

Carver (53)

Tyler Jones 1, Kimiun Woods 8, Dominique Johnson 12, Khane Pass 11, Mekhi Brown 6, Juwon Pass 15.

Team records: Northside NA. Carver 9-3. Next: Northside, Thursday vs. Kendrick, 8 p.m. at Carver, Carver, Friday vs. TBD, at Carver, 4 p.m.WESTOVER 82,MANCHESTER 71

ALBANY, Ga. -- Quin Prather scored 13 points to lead Manchester.Friday at Albany

Manchester 18 17 13 23--71

Westover 17 25 29 11--82

Manchester (71)

Quin Prather 13, DeMarcus Addie 12, Jermaine Williams 12, Hozell Campbell 12, Snelling 8, Brown 4, Aiken 2, Hines 4, Stevenson 4

Westover (82)

Green 22, Van Gar 2, Floyd 2, Moore 5, Kennedy 14, Carson 9, Praddock 2, White 9, Robertson 17

Team records: Manchester 4-1. Next: Manchester, Saturday vs. Albany, 5:30 p.m.

Central 87, Russell County 65

SEALE, Ala. -- Central downed Russell County 87-65 Friday night to remain undefeated. Tavare Igus led the Red Devils with 20 points, and Jaekwon Parked led the Warriors with 23 points.Friday at Russell County

Central 18 24 21 24--87

Russell Co. 20 12 17 16--65

Central (87)

Tavare Igus 20, Ingersoll 2, Anthony Moore 17, Devin Pugh 16, Mark Rodgers 12, Tre Todd 12, T. Williams 4, J. Smith 4

Russell County (65)

Rutherford 6, Gunn 1, Marshel Lyons 13, Hill 5, Jaekwon Parker 23, Carl Johnson 17.

Team records: Central 9-0. Russell County N/A. Next: Central, at Auburn, today, 5:30 p.m. Russell County, at Opelika, today, 3:30 p.m.

GIRLS

NORTHSIDE 57,CARVER 44

Caitlyn Jakes scored 17 points and Taylor Jakes added 13 to lead Northside to the win over Carver.

Dymon Brown led Carver with 19.Friday at Carver

Northside 10 11 21 15--57

Carver 10 15 16 3--44

Northside (57)

Crista Brantley 2, Briana Davis 5, Jamiya Austin 1, Te'Ajah Ramseur 1, Caitlyn Jakes 17, Taylor Jakes 13, Jessica Herndon 5, Jasmine Herndon 13.

Carver (44)

Kendra Weeks 9, Dymon Brown 19, Alexis Burns 10, Givens 3, Mya Millner 3.

Team records: Northside 7-4. Carver 3-9. Next: Northside, Thursday vs. Shaw, 6 p.m. at Jordan, Carver, Thursday vs. Harris County, at Carver, 6 p.m.

CENTRAL 58,RUSSELL CO. 32

SEALE, Ala. -- Zakoria Hickson scored 12 points and Jimecheia Banks added 10 as Central beat Russell County.Tiyah Johnson scored 10 to lead the Lady Warriors.Friday at Russell County

Central 16 11 20 12--58

Russell Co. 5 13 4 10--32

Central (58)

Zakoria Hickson 12; Erin Hicks 2, Tajah Ellis 4, Jimecheia Banks 10, Keosha Glance 6, Santramica Howard 2, Erin Spencer 6, LaShunte Faniel 4, Raven Rivers 2, Kleve 4, Ellis 4.

Russell County (32)

Williams 4, Tiyah Johnson 10, Teyah Johnson 5, Judge 9, Hammock 3, Carr 1, Greene.

Team records: Central NA. Russell County 0-8. Next: Central, at Auburn, today, 4 p.m. Russell County, at Smiths Station, Jan. 4LAKESIDE 57,EMMANUEL CHR. 23

ASHFORD, Ala. -- Kasey Grant had a triple-double -- 26 points, 14 rebounds and 10 steals -- to lead Lakeside to the win.

Friday at Ashford AcademyLakeside 13 16 26 2--57

EC 9 4 2 8--23

Lakeside (57)

Kasey Grant 26, Kayla Mullis 10, Williams 9, Hughes 7, Morris 3, Richards 2.

Emmanuel Christian (23)

Cook 6, Chambers 4, Clements 3, Sisco 3, Morton 3, Blissett 2, Pittman 2.

MONT. ACA 51,BROOKSTONE 43

MONTGOMERY, Ala. -- Neshia Thomas led Brookstone with 13 points.Friday at Montgomery

Brookstone 8 11 9 15--43

Mont. Aca. 16 12 11 12--51

Brookstone (43)

Santreece Stephens 6, Jazaria Brown 1, Rachel Moore 10, Neshia Thomas 13, Kaylen Long 8, Naeisha Mcclain 5.

Montomery Academy (51)

Roth 9, Trulove 5, Bear 4, G. Lee 2, McGowin 5, White 8, R. Lee 6, Hester 6, Lester 6.

Team records: Brookstone 3-2. Montgomery Academy 5-2. Next: Brookstone, today vs. Altamont, noon.HARDAWAY 64,GREENVILLE 57

Tyra Lacy scored 21 points as Hardaway beat Greenville in the Pacelli Christmas Showcase.Friday at Pacelli

Hardaway 9 20 14 21--64

Greenville 12 15 12 18--57

Hardaway (64)

Tyra Lacy 21, Ebonee McCrory 5, Damaris Crawford 2, Zana Raven 1, Shantel Wells 12, Jada Lewis 11, Hill 2, Dent 2, Pipkins 2.

Greenville (57)

Kiyanna Johnson 17, Keosha Dozier 18, Mekeshia Tenney 10, Thomas 2, Shaw 6, Johnson 2, Kidd 1.

Team records: Hardaway 2-6. Next: Hardaway, Saturday, at Shaw, 4 p.m.

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