High school roundup: Jordan holds on at buzzer for win

FROM STAFF REPORTSJanuary 17, 2014 

Trey Thomas hit a shot from the lane to give Jordan the lead with 8 seconds left, then the Red Jackets held on as Spencer missed three attempts for a 59-58 victory on Friday night.

L.D. Jones led Jordan with 18 points, and Thomas added 15. Keanis Bush led Spencer with 12 points.Friday at Jordan

Spencer 20 19 11 8--58

Jordan 16 15 15 13--59

Spencer (58)

Deondre Hubbard 7, Snookie Davis 16, Keanis Bush 12, Kimoni Bush 10, Keice Williams 3, Anthony Smith 2, Usman Joseph 6, Miller 2.

Jordan (59)

Marcus Foster 1, L.D. Jones 18, Onte Harrison 7, Cameron Smith 14, Davante Pearce 4, Trey Thomas 15.

Team records: Spencer NA; Jordan 7-10. Next: Spencer, Jan. 25, at Kendrick, 7:30 p.m. Jordan, today home vs. Temple, 5 p.m.

CENTRAL-MACON 60,CARVER 59

MACON, Ga. -- Dominique Johnson scored 22 points and Kimium Woods added 16 for Carver, which lost by one at Central-Macon.Friday at Central-Macon

Carver 8 17 15 17--59

Central-Macon 9 11 16 24--60

Carver (59)

Tyler Jones 5, Kimium Woods 16, Dominique Johnson 22, Mekhi Brown 5, Juwon Pass 8, Ashton Calhoun 2, Giovonne Moore 1

Central-Macon (60)

Jones 3, Shelton 3, Dontrell Jackson 11, Hill 9, C. Jackson 7, Cummings 5, Derrick Evans 12, Terry McCoy 10.

Team records: Carver NA, 5-1 Region 2-AAA. Next: Carver, home today vs. Henry County, 3:30 p.m.

CALVARY CHRISTIAN 63,COMMUNITY CHR. 59

Jeffrey Scott scored 30 points to lead Calvary Christian to an overtime win over Community Christian.Friday at Calvary Christian

Community Chr. 18 8 17 10 6--59

Calvary Chr. 19 17 9 8 10--63

Community Christian (59)

Tyler Coleman 23, Marcel Gleton 10, Evans 2, Petros 6, Hodge 8, Porter 6.

Calvary Christian (63)

Jeffrey Scott 30, Robert Williams 9, Josh Mixon 10, Adam Gray 8, Jonathan Clarke 4, Josh Trawick 2.

Team records: Calvary Christian NA. Next: Calvary Christian, today at Furtah, 5 p.m.

russell county 67, rehobeth 48

Marshel Lyons led Russell County with 14 points in a win over Rehobeth.Friday at Russell County

Rehobeth 10 14 10 14--48

Russell Co. 19 22 19 7--67

Rehobeth (48)

L. Field 12, Z. Vickery 10, Metcalf 2, Mixon 2, Tate 4, Dawsey 9, Tivus 8, Quattlebaum 1.

Russell County (67)

Rutherford 4, Cortez Gunn 13, Marshel Lyons 14, Hill 2, Jaekwon Parker 13, Barnes 3, Johnson 4, Carl Johnson 12, Jones 2

Team records: Russell County 7-10, 2-1 Class 5A Area 4. Next: Russell County, Tuesday at Carroll-Ozark, 7:30 p.m.

Hardaway 61, TCC 43

Justin Crawford led Hardaway with 20 points in a win over Thomas County Central.Friday at Shaw

TCC 6 6 15 16--43

Hardaway 8 19 12 22--61

Thomas County Central (43)

Priest 3, Florence 5, Bryant 5, Jones 9, Cooskey 8, McClendon 6, Coleman 4, Brooks 2, Davis 1.

Hardaway (61)

Armon Prophet 12, Justin Crawford 20, Jabral Morgan 11, Daniels 8, Quikeem Boynes 10.

Team records: Hardaway 5-11, 1-2 Region 1-AAAAA. Next: Hardaway, today vs. Bainbridge at Carver, 7:30 p.m.

DOOLY COUNTY 58,BROOKSTONE 46

Fred Davies scored 21 points, but Brookstone fell to Dooly County.Friday at Pacelli

Dooly Co. 11 18 11 18--58

Brookstone 17 7 10 12--46

Dooly County (58)

LaParis Hall 16, Kris Lundy 10, Jamari Baker 11, T. Lundy 6, Lloyd 6, Mathis 4, Merrell 4, Clark 1.

Brookstone (46)

Fred Davies 21, Johnathan Gordon 7, Leye Olubowale 8, Lucas Wolff 4, Miles McCluskey 2, Hudson Terrell 3.

Team records: Dooly County 14-1, NA Region 4-A; Brookstone 7-7, NA Region 4-A. Next: Brookstone, today home vs. Paideia, 7:30 p.m.

GLENWOOD 71,SPRINGWOOD 34

LANETT, Ala. -- Tanner Thomason scored 20 points and went over 1,000 points for his career in leading Glenwood to a win over Springwood.Friday at Springwood

Glenwood 21 25 13 12--71

Springwood 5 10 12 7--34

Glenwood (71)

Ant Holtzclaw 12, Tanner Thomason 20, Jalen Thomas 12, Lawson Humphries 3, Alex Hicks 13, James Beck 3, Mat Melton 3, Tyler Dykes 3, Trip Day 2.

Springwood (34)

Justin McDiamaid 11, T. Martin 2, McClellan 4, M. Martin 8, Oswalt 2, Thomas 2, Andrews 3, Stuntz 2.

Team records: Glenwood 20-2 (3-0). Springwood NA. Next: Glenwood, Tuesday home vs. Coosa Valley, 7:30 p.m.

MANCHESTER 67,CHATTCO 45

MANCHESTER, Ga. -- Bobby Stevenson scored 12 points and pulled down seven rebounds to lead Manchester to a rout of Chattahochee County.Friday at Manchester

ChattCo. 8 13 12 12--45

Manchester 24 18 7 18--67

ChattCo (45)

White 5, Dixon 13, Mobley 8, Reed 4, Askew 3, Lockett 5, Jordan 6.

Manchester (67)

K. Ferguson 6, S. Akins 2, Addie 8, Jermaine Williams 11, Snelling 3, Quinn Prather 2, Parham 4, Alford 2, Brown 5, Bobby Stevenson 12, Hozell Campbell 11.

Team records: Manchester 12-3 Next: Manchester hosts Heard Co. 7:30 p.m.

GIRLS BASKETBALL

Russell county 44,Rehobeth 13

Tiyah Johnson had 17 points, two rebounds and six steals for Russell County in a win over Rehobeth.Friday at Russell County

Rehobeth 2 4 5 2--13

Russell Co. 23 8 9 4--44

Rehobeth (13)

C. Williams 2, Gunn 5, Godwin 3, Powe 3.

Russell County (44)

Tiyah Johnson 17, Johnson 6, Aisha Hammock 10, Carr 3, Green 1, Jones 3, Greene 4.

Team records: Russell County 3-10, 3-0 Class 5A Area 4. Next: Russell County, Tuesday at Carroll-Ozark, 7 p.m.

glenwood 48, springwood 39

LANETT, Ala. -- Elizabeth Perdue scored 16 points to lead Glenwood to win over Springwood School.Friday at Springwood

Glenwood 6 17 14 11--48

Springwood 14 9 8 8--39

Glenwood (48)

Tamara York 13, Elizabeth Perdue 16,Tamera McClain 14, Whitley Anderson 3, Aaliyah Bell 2.

Springwood (39)

Tazsa Garrett-Hammett 18, Burns 3, Self 2, Willis 4, Mathews 2, Fannasy Garrett-Hammett 10.

Team records: Glenwood 15-1. Springwood NA. Next: Glenwood, Tuesday home vs. Coosa Valley, 6 p.m.

COLUMBUS 53, ALEXANDER 38

DOUGLASVILLE, Ga. -- Senior Alexia Manning scored 16 points to lead the Lady Blue Devils to a win over Alexander. Sophomore Shardonne Hayes pulled down eight rebounds and had six blocks in the win for Columbus.Friday at Alexander

Columbus 15 10 11 17--53

Alexander 11 8 9 10--38

Alexander (38)

Claudia Hester 16, Brown 7, Montalvo 6, Edenfield 4, Nail 3, Peacock 2.

Columbus (53)

Brittany Floyd 5, Jaqueria Gunter 14, Jazmyn McIntosh 8, Tatyana Wyatt 4, Khayla Lloyd 3, Alexia Manning 16, Kendra Moore 3.

Team records: Columbus 15-1, 6-0 Region 5-AAAA. Next: Columbus, Tuesday home vs. Sandy Creek, 6 p.m.

LAKESIDE 76,SMCA 32

GRADY, Ala. -- Kasey Grant scored 30 points and pulled down 11 rebounds to lead Lakeside over South Montgomery County Academy.Friday at Grady, Ala.

Lakeside 30 27 12 7--76

SMCA 6 10 14 2--32

Lakeside (76)

Kasey Grant 30, Joiner Hughes 13, Killingsworth 5, Morris 6, Williams 6, M. Grant 8, Richards 4, Mullis 4.

SMCA (32)

M. Sweat 8, Freeman 7, Holmkwg 6, Hollingshead 4, K. Sweat 3, Sikes 2, Wood 2.

Team records: Lakeside 17-9 (5-0) Next: Lakeside, Tuesday 6 p.m. at Abbeville Christian.

DOOLY COUNTY 51,BROOKSTONE 44

Neshia Thomas scored 15 points for Brookstone, which lost in ovetime.Friday at Pacelli

Dooly Co. 4 8 13 13 13--51

Brookstone 6 8 12 12 6--44

Dooly County (51)

Mathis 12, Tookes 36, Adkinson 2, Hall 1.

Brookstone (44)

Santreece Stephens 4, Caroline Sparks 5, Kali Spitzmiller 8, Rachel Moore 6, Neshia Thomas 15, Kaylen Long 6.

Team records: Brookstone 7-7, NA Region 4-A. Next: Brookstone, today home vs. Paideia, 6 p.m.

TCC 45,HARDAWAY 38

Tyra Lacy scored 10 points for Hardaway, which lost to Thomas County Central.Friday at Shaw

TCC 7 17 12 9--45

Hardaway 5 10 17 6--38

Thomas County Central (xx)

Jade Douton 14, Kaeci Douton 16, Harvey 6, O'Neal 4, Hampton 3, Edwards 2

Hardaway (38)

Tyra Lacy 10, Taylor Keith 6, Deyonna Johnson, Ebonee McCrory 5, Damaris Crawford, Zana Raven, Shantel Wells 4, Breanna Perry 6, Daja Flewellen, Jada Lewis, Tavoshia Cosby, Ajia Yarbrough, Sha'kendra Pipkins 5, Dixon 2.

Team records: Hardaway 4-12, 0-3 Region 1-AAAAA. Next: Hardaway, today vs. Bainbridge at Carver, 6 p.m.

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