High school roundup: Smiths Station's Jamieson wrestles his way to final

FROM STAFF REPORTSFebruary 14, 2014 

HUNTSVILLE, Ala. -- Smiths Station's Joshua Jamieson is one victory away from winning a AHSAA Class 6A state wrestling championship.

Jamieson won three matches in the 126-pound class Friday to advance to the finals.

He pinned Alex Davis in his first match in 2:50. He followed that with a 14-1 major decision over Drew Reed of Mountain Brook.

He defeated Oak Mountain's Hall Morton 7-1 in the semifinals. Jamieson will face Matt King of Oxford in Saturday's championship match.

Maxwell Kauffman, who is a seventh-grader, was the only other local wrestler to make it to the semifinals.

Kauffman, who is the son of former Central coach Mike Kauffman, pinned Garrett Marks of Buckhorn in 1:42. He then beat Ty Naquin of Stanhope Elmore 6-4. He lost to Auburn's Khaleel Johnson in 1:12.

Friday at Huntsville, Ala.

Class 6A

Smiths Station

Jacobb Goodwin (113) -- 1. Lost to Jack Stoves in 5:16. 2. Beat D'aishun Mitchell (Bob Jones), 2:38. 3. Beat Aaron Ledbetter 12-2.

Logan Beyer (120) - 1. Beat Stone Clark (Sparkman) 4:30. 2. Lost to Luke DiPietro (Grissom) 14-2. 3. Beat Daniel Munoz (Spain Park), 9-0.

Marcus Ruffin (132) - 1. Beat Robert Lowery (PECI) 5-1. 2. Lost to Collin Oliver (Bob Jones), 3-2. 3. Beat Cameron Harbin (Spain Park), 6-1.

Jelani Gooden (152) - 1. Lost to Morgan Pugh (Vestavia) 16-2. 2. Lost to Gage Sassnett (Buckhorn) 13-7.

Coleman Rose (182) - 1. Beat Thomas Schostag (Grissom) 0:56. 2. Lost to Nicholas Weldon (Clay-Chalkville) 1:15. 3. Beat Matthew Dehart (Hewitt-Trussville) 14-3.

Central

Jarrett Marshall (126) - 1. Beat David Bowick (Hewitt-Trussville) 13-1. 2. Lost to Matt King (Oxford), 8-2. 3. Beat Alex Davis (Minor) 1:53.

Dakota Pittman (132) - 1. Lost to Collin Oliver (Bob Jones) 1:31. 2. Lost to Robert Lowery (Pell City) 1:58.

Jonboy Storey (138) - 1. Lost to Luke Mastro (Hewitt-Trussville) 18-3. 2. Beat Chris Leatherman (Sparkman) forfeit. 3. Lost to Brent Carr (Buckhorn) 3:29.

Evan Baber (145) - 1. Lost to Jon Clegg (Huntsville) 16-1. 2. Alex Oppman (Sparkman) 8-5.

Josh Parker (160) - 1. Lost to Mitchell Scrivens (Buckhorn) 22-5. 2. Lost to Nicholas Biggs (Grissom) 4-0.

Ethan Baber (182) - 1. Beat James Edwards (Vestavia Hills) 5-1. 2. Lost to Levi Hickson (Bob Jones) 10-3. 3. Beat Alex Kim (Auburn) 2:47.

Matt Gittens (195) - 1. Lost to Andrew Freeman (Gardendale) 1:31. 2. Beat Jamal Woods (Hueytown) 1:49. 3. Lost to Kevin McClure (Spain Park) 1:53.

Jeruel Hunter (220) - 1. Lost to Payton Demos (Huntsville) 5:49. 2. Lost to Harry walker (Stanhope Elmore) 9-6.

Class 5A

Russell County

Jacob Brooks (106) -- 1. lost to Arick Shankles (Muscle Shoals) in 0:09

Joshua Oaks (152) - 1. lost to Thomas Carter (Athens) 12-2.

BOYS BasketbalL

SANDY CREEK 69.SHAW 49

TYRONE, Ga. -- Justin Sumpter scored 16 points to lead Sandy Creek over Shaw in the second round of the Region 5-AAAA tournament.

Senior Ismail Edwards led Shaw with 12 points. Kentrell Parker and James Giles are the only other seniors for the Raiders. The Raiders, who finished the season 12-15, fell behind early but rallied to close the gap to 45-41 at the end of the third quarter.

Sandy Creek then pulled away for good with a 24-8 run in the fourth quarter. Friday at Sandy Creek

Shaw 2 19 20 8--49

Sandy Creek 13 20 12 24--69

Shaw (49)

Cadirus Walker 7, Kentrell Parker 7, Ismail Edwards 12, John Jackson 9, Dakeen Diaz 7, Kerry Lee 3, Kourtney Shakespeare 4.

Sandy Creek (69)

Turner 2, Lindsey 6, Jenkins 4, Smith 2, Jal. Jackson 2, Harper 3, Lee 5, Kanauri Smith 15, Javon Jackson 13, Justin Sumpter 16, Lain 1.

Team records: Shaw 12-15. Next: Shaw's season ends.CENTRAL-TALB. 55,PACELLI 51

GREENVILLE, Ga. -- No. 7 seed Central-Talbotton knocked off No. 6 seed Pacelli in the first round of the Region 4-A tournament.CARVER-MONT. 74,SMITHS STATION 46MONTGOMERY, Ala. -- Mississippi State signee Demetrius Houston scored 17 points on 7-of-13 shooting to lead Carver-Montgomery in a win over Smiths Station in a Class 6A subregional.

Stephon Jackson had 16 points and Mike Hardin 12 to lead the Panthers, who finished with a 17-13 record.

Smiths Station trailed 13-12 after one period, but the Wolverines (22-4) 24 of the next 28 points.

Friday at Carver-MontgomerySmiths Station 12 4 12 18--46

Carver 13 19 24 18--74

Smiths Station (46)

Stephon Jackson 16, Mike Hardin 12, Heath 8, Jones 3, Porter 3, Keys 2, Marshall 2.

Carver (74)

Demetrius Houston 17, Brandon Austin 13, Brandon Murphy 13, Caleb Provitt 11, Nelson 6, Cardwell 6, Strugg 4, Jones 2, Thomas 2.

Records: Smiths Station 17-13, Carver 22-4. Next: Smiths Station, season complete; Carver, vs. Wetumpka, Wednesday at Alabama State University.

BOYS BASKETBALL

JORDAN 69, TEMPLE 45

FRANKLIN, Ga. -- Ky'mon Knight scored 16 points to lead Jordan over Temple in the second round of the Region 5-AA tournament.

The game was originally scheduled to played Tuesday. L.D. Jones scored 13 and Onte Harrison had 12 for Jordan. Jordan plays Bowdon at Manchester today at 4:30 p.m. Friday at Heard County

Jordan 16 17 17 19--69

Temple 17 2 16 10--45

Jordan (69)

Marcus Foster 10, L.D. Jones 13, Onte Harrison 12, Davante Pearce 8, Maurice Palmer 3, Trey Thomas 7, Ky'mon Knight 16.

Temple (49)

Dobbs 14, Doby 11, Lord 5, McPherson 15.

Team records: Jordan 12-14. Next: Jordan vs. Bowdon today at Manchester 4:30 p.m.

Girls Basketball

CENTRAL-MACON 66,CARVER 50

FORT VALLEY, Ga. -- Tara Crawford scored 20 points to lead Central-Macon to a win over Carver in the first round of the Region 2-AAA tournament. The game was originally scheduled to played Tuesday but was postponed due to inclement weather.

Mya Millner scored 16 points to pace the Lady Tigers. Dymon Brown scored 10 points for Carver. Central-Macon jumped out to a 20-4 lead at the end of the first quarter.

Friday at Peach County

Carver 4 17 10 19--50

Central-Macon 20 12 15 19--66

Carver (50)

Dymon Brown 10, Alexis Burns 9, Sydney Norris 2, Chantanae Tanner 5, Breanna Johnson 5, Arnesia Smith 3, Mya Millner 16.

Central-Macon (66)

JarFaith Jones 15, Jamesha Bivins 9, Tara Crawford 20, Adora Chatfield 4, Nikeeta Mackey 8, Alexis Rutherford 10.

Team records: Carver 11-14. Next: Carver's season ends.

CARROLLTON 50,SHAW 36

CARROLLTON, Ga. -- Carrollton knocked Shaw out of the Region 5-AAAA tournament in the second round.

Dawniqua Snead had a double-double for Shaw with 19 points and 12 rebounds.

The Lady Raiders' season ends with a 6-21 record.

Friday at Carrollton

Shaw 3 7 8 18--36

Carrollton 7 12 17 14--50

Shaw (36)

Dawniqua Snead 19, Kayla Bonilla 6, Talie Hammond 4, Destiny Reed 3, Annesa Johnson 2, Daeda Granby 2

Carrollton (50)

Faith Swint 13, Jasmine Gamble 12, Tatyana Jackson 8, Brooklyn Emory 7, Malariah Ranson 5, Zavannah Brown 3, Emily Waters 2.

Team records: Shaw 6-21. Carrollton 21-5. Next: Shaw, season over.

CENTRAL-TALB. 52,PACELLI 14

GREENVILLE, Ga. -- No. 5 seed Central-Talbotton knocked Pacelli out of the Region 4-A tournament in the first round.

Central-Talbotton plays Brookstone today at Dooly County at 3 p.m.

BOYS SOCCER

BROOKSTONE 9,DOOLY COUNTY 0

Martin Ramos scored five goals and had two assists to lead Brookstone to a win over Dooly County.

Harish Alappan also had a big day. He scored three goals and had an assist.

The Cougars (1-0) host Chattahoochee County Wednesday at 7:30 p.m.Friday at Brookstone

Goals--Brookstone: Martin Ramos 5, Harish Alappan 3, Ryan Tanner. Assists--Ramos 2, Matt Hunter, Tanner, Tommy Bridgewater, Alappan. Goalies--Ben Holt and Levi Wolff each had a save. Records--Brookstone 1-0 (1-0). Next: Brookstone hosts Chattahoochee County Wednesday at 7:30 p.m.

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