High school basketball roundup: Carver boys rout Jackson 81-48

FROM STAFF REPORTSJanuary 3, 2014 

Drelon Freeman scored 15 points to lead Carver to an 81-48 rout of Jackson on Friday night.

Lorenzo Madden had 12 points for the Tigers in the win.Friday at Carver

Jackson 4 12 18 14--48

Carver 34 12 17 18--81

Jackson (48)

Michelle 1, Rongazious Miller 10, Smith 4, Chesson 6, Hardy 8, Crowder 4, Justin 3, Bell 2, Watts 2. Pyles 4, Smith 2.

Carver (81)

Tyler Jones 6, Lorenzo Madden 12, Kimiun Woods 9, Dominique Johnson 9, Harris 3, Khane Pass 9, Drelon Freeman 15, Juwon Pass 5. Melvin 6. Calouan 2, Moore 3.

Team records: Carver 10-4, 4-0 Region 2-AAA. Next: Carver, Tuesday, home vs. Henry County, 7:30 p.m.

SHAW 57,LAGRANGE 55

John Jackson scored 12 points to lead Shaw to a win over LaGrange.

Kentrell Parker had 11 points and Ismail Edwards added 10 in the win.Friday at Shaw

LaGrange 17 12 14 12--55

Shaw 15 13 11 18--57

LaGrange (55)

Devin Bray 14, Brey 9, Perry 5, Smith 8, Sheldon 7, Gerndt 6, Hill 6.

Shaw (57)

Cadirus Walker 6, Cameron Paulding 6, Kentrell Parker 11, Ismail Edwards 10, John Jackson 12, Marcus Thomas 2, Dakeen Diaz 8, Porter-Wilson 2.

Team records: Shaw 8-4, 1-0 Region 5-AAAA. Next: Shaw, Tuesday, at Alexander, 7:30 p.m.

MANCHESTER 73, HARRIS CO. 62

MANCHESTER, Ga. -- Hozell Campbell scored 27 points to lead Manchester to a win over Harris County.Friday at Manchester

Harris Co. 15 11 16 20--62

Manchester 28 18 14 13--73

Harris County (62)

Alex Copeland 1, Brandon Carter 12, Toriq Holloway 1, Jalen Northern 1, Amari Scott 2, Deion Whitaker 21, Tae Crowder 15, Demondreo Harris 9.

Manchester (73)

Ferguson 3, Demarcus Abbie 11, Willaims 5, Snelling 5, Quinn Prather 10, Alford 4, Stevenson 8, Hozell Campbell 27.

Team records: Harris County NA. Manchester 7-3. Next: Manchester, today at Taylor 7:30 p.m.; Harris County, Tuesday, home vs. Hardaway, 7:30 p.m.

GLENWOOD 86,HOOPER 54

HOPE HULL, Ala. -- Jalen Thomas (24), Alex Hicks (22) and Ant Holtzclaw (19) combied for 65 points as Glenwood rolled over Hooper.Friday at Hooper

Glenwood 26 20 25 15--86

Hooper 12 16 18 8--54

Glenwood (86)

Ant Holtzclaw 19, Tanner Thomason 7, Jalen Thomas 24, Lawson Humphries 5, Alex Hicks 22, Cameron Johnson 2, James Beck 2, Trip Day 5.

Hooper (54)

Ty Bolton 17, Thomas Harris 16, Andrews 7, Price 3, Owen 8, East 1, Thomas 2.

Team records: Glenwood 13-2. Next: Glenwood, Tuesday, home vs. Springwood, 7:30 p.m.

BROOKSTONE 48,SCHLEY CO. 36

Johnathan Gordon scored 12 points and Miles McCluskey added 11 as Brookstone beat Schley County.Friday at Brookstone

Schley Co. 10 8 8 10--36

Brookstone 15 12 7 14--48

Schley County (36)

Poole 2, Corbin 5, Avery 6, Brooks 4, Tra Minter 12, Sims 7.

Brookstone (48)

Johnathan Gordon 12, Leye Olubowale 8, Miller Page 6, Lucas Wolff 6, Miles McCluskey 11, Sam Ndem 5.

Team records: Brookstone 4-5. Next: Brookstone, Saturday home, vs. Chattahoochee County, 5:30 p.m.

Girls BasketballCOLUMBUS 42,CARROLLTON 32

Alexia Manning scored 13 points as Columbus opened Region 5-AAAA play with a win over Carollton.Friday at Columbus

Carrollton 2 7 11 12--32

Columbus 11 12 10 9--42

Carrollton (32)

Jasmine Gamble 10, Swint 6, Worth 6, Jackson 6, McKinney 4.

Columbus (42)

Jaqueria Gunter 8, Jazmyn McIntosh 4, Tatyana Wyatt 9, Khayla Lloyd 8, Alexia Manning 13.

Team records: Columbus 10-1, 1-0 Region 5-AAAA. Next: Columbus, Tuesday, home vs. LaGrange, 6 p.m.

GLENWOOD 55,HOOPER 34

HOPE HULL, Ala. -- Tamara York scored 16 points and Tamera McClain added 12 to lead Glenwood past Hooper.

Aaliyah Bell added 10 for the Lady Gators.Friday at Hooper

Glenwood 20 12 19 4--55

Hooper 13 9 2 10--34

Glenwood (55)

Tamara York 16, Emily Robertson 5, Elizabeth Perdue 8, Tamera McClain 12, Ashley French 2, Whitley Anderson 2, Aaliyah Bell 10.

Hooper (34)

Whittington 3, Watts 4, Morgan Maxwell 11, M. Foster 6, W. Foster 2, Wynn 2, Taylor 6.

Team records: Glenwood 9-1. Next: Glenwood, Tuesday, home vs. Springwood, 6 p.m.

CARVER 67,JACKSON 27

Arnesia Smith scored 14 points as Carver evened its Region 2-AAA record with an easy win over Jackson.

Kenra Weeks and Alexis Burns had 12 apiece, while Mya Millner had 11 for Carver.Friday at Carver

Jackson 6 6 9 6--27

Carver 4 19 19 25--67

Jackson (27)

King 4, Greer 2, Wells 4, Gray 2, Pye 7, Jenkins 2, Boggs 4, Moore 2.

Carver (67)

Taquanna Walton 4, Kendra Weeks 12, Dymon Brown 5, Alexis Burns 12, Chantanae Tanner 2, Breanna Johnson 4, Arnesia Smith 14, Mya Millner 11, Givens 3.

Team records: Carver 6-9, 2-2 Region 2-AAA. Next: Carver, Tuesday, home vs. Henry County, 6 p.m.

LAGRANGE 47,SHAW 45

Hantoinesha Dozier scored 15 points to lead LaGrange to a win over Shaw.

Talie Hammond and Kayla Bonilla each had 14 points for the Lady Raiders. Bonilla also had five steals.

Destiny Reed pulled down 10 rebounds for Shaw.Friday at Shaw

LaGrange 5 14 9 15 4--47

Shaw 13 9 12 9 2--45

LaGrange (47)

Hantoinesha Dozier 15, Tucker 8, Heflin 4, Daniel 5, Stricklin 2, Thomas 2, Hill 3, Holt 6, Woodard 2.

Shaw (45)

Talie Hammond 14, Annessa Johnson 6, Destiny Reed 8, Jamesha Walden 1, Kayla Bonilla 14, Dawniqua Snead 2.

Team records: Shaw 1-11, 0-1 Region 5-AAAA. Next: Shaw, Tuesday, at Alexander, 6 p.m.

LAKESIDE 62,CHAMBERS ACADEMY 26

EUFAULA, Ala. -- Kasey Grant had 17 points and three others were in double figures as Lakeside defeated Chambers Academy.

Mary Spivey had six rebounds and five steals. Lakesisde had 20 steals as a team.Friday at Eufaula, Ala.

Chambers 10 4 5 7--26

Lakeside 17 26 15 4--62

Chambers Academy (26)

Still 9, Morgan 6, Blackburn 5, Recce 4, Harmon 2.

Lakeside (62)

Kasey Grant 17, Joiner Hughes 14, Kayla Mullis 13, Sydney Williams 12, Mary Spivey 4, 6 re 5 stls, Killingsworth 2.

Team records: Lakeside: 13-8. Next: NA.

BROOKSTONE 51,SCHLEY CO. 33

Neshia Thomas scored 19 points, and Laylen Long added 12 to lead Brookstone to a win over Schley County.Friday at Brookstone

Schley Co. 9 5 11 8--33

Brookstone 13 11 11 16--51

Schley County (33)

Coleman 13, Carter 5, Satterfield 3, Long 3, Smith 8, Bruer 1.

Brookstone (51)

Caroline Sparks 5, Kali Spitzmiller 2, Rachel Moore 6, Neshia Thomas 19, Kaylen Long 12, Mary McCormick 7

Team records: Brookstone 5-4, 2-0 Region 4-A. Next: Brookstone, Saturday home, vs. Chattahoochee County, 4 p.m.

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