High school basketball roundup: Gators down Springwood 88-31

FROM STAFF REPORTSJanuary 7, 2014 

The Glenwood Gators rolled past Springwood Tuesday behind the 16 points of Trip Day.

Tanner Thomason had 15 points for Glenwood, and Ant Holtzclaw and J.T. Thomas had 14 apiece.

Tuesday at Glenwood

Springwood 8 10 10 3--31

Glenwood 31 17 24 16--88

Springwood (31)

Terrance Thomas 11, McClellan 4, M. Martin 7, McDonald 3, T. Martin 6

Glenwood (88)

Ant Holtzclaw 14, Tanner Thomason 15, J.T. Thomas 14, Hicks 7, Johnson 2, Beck 4, Vahjen 3, Melton 6, Dykes 4, Trip Day 16, Adams 3

Records: Glenwood 14-2, 1-0. Next: Glenwood at Lee-Scott, Thursday, 4 p.m.

GIRLS BASKETBALL

GLENWOOD 71, SPRINGWOOD 43

Elizabeth Perdue scored 19 points and Tamera McClain added 17 to lead the Lady Gators to a rout of Springwood.

Tamara York also had 12 for Glenwood.

Tazsa Garrett-Hammett led Springwood with 18 points.

Tuesday at GlenwoodSpringwood 12 14 4 13--43

Glenwood 20 17 22 12--71

Springwood (43)

Meigs 2, Matthews 2, Willis 2, Self 2, Burns 5, Fannasy Garrett-Hammett 12, Tazsa Garrett-Hammett 18.

Glenwood (71)

Tamara York 12; Emily Robertson 6; Katie Tidwell 4, Elizabeth Perdue 19, Tamera McClain 17, Genovia Vinson 2, Ashley French 2, Whitley Anderson 5, Aaliyah Bell 4

Records: Glenwood 11-1 (1-0). Next: Glenwood at Lee-Scott, Thursday, 4 p.m.

LAKESIDE 52, ABBEVILLE 35

EUFALA, Ala. -- Kasey Grant had 26 points and 19 rebounds in Lakeside's win over Abbeville Tuesday.

Tuesday at Abbeville

Abbeville 8 6 10 11--35

Lakeside 16 20 9 7--52

Abbieville (35)

Watford 10, Burton 4, L. Giles 5, M. Giles 3, Bailey 2, Fleming 4, Coreton 4, Barnes 3

Lakeside (52)

Kasey Grant 26, Hughes 5, Williams 6, Spivey 4, Morris 4, Mullis 2, Richards 2, M. Grant 2, Killingsworth 1

Records: Lakeside 14-8, 3-0. Next Ashford at Lakeside, Thursday, 7 p.m.

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