High school basketball roundup: Rogers, Pirates beat MA

High school basketball roundup: Rogers, Pirates beat MA

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High school basketball roundup: Rogers, Pirates beat MA

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Andrew Rogers had 23 points and 10 rebounds to lead St. Jude to a 77-63 win over Montgomery Academy on Saturday.

Keith Washington scored 21, Kiante Bell added 13 and Tommy Burton 12. The Pirates (7-2) play at Sidney Lanier on Tuesday.

MA (1-5) hosts the Scholars 4 tournament Friday and Saturday.

Tallassee 73,

Wetumpka 69

ECLECTIC – Keon Gordon sank two free throws with four seconds left to help Tallassee win the Elmore County tournament championship. DiJon Paschal scored 19 points to lead the Tigers (7-1). Everett Harris added 11 points, and Cody Thompson 10. Tallassee hosts Childersburg on Monday.

Terrance LeFlore led Wetumpka (4-5) with 23 points. Dre Hutchinson scored 19, and Demarcus Hutchinson added 12. The Indians host Robert E. Lee on Tuesday.

Macon-East 54,

Hooper 46

HOPE HULL – Hooper tournament MVP Jacob Ware led Macon-East with 21 points to win the title game. Kyle White added 13 points and 14 rebounds. Davis Peaden scored 13. The Knights (6-4) play in the Border Wars tournament at Glenwood on Dec. 27-28.

Darius Bennett had 18 points for Hooper (4-7). The Colts play in the Autauga Academy tournament Friday and Saturday.

Fort Dale Academy 60,

Pike Liberal Arts 53

GREENVILLE – Jack Bates scored 21 points and grabbed nine rebounds to lead Fort Dale (8-2) to first place in its tournament. Chip Taylor had 16 points and 10 rebounds. Bates was named tournament MVP. The Eagles play Dec. 27-28 in the Border Wars tournament at Glenwood.

Chandler Avant led Pike Liberal with 20 points.

Lee-Scott 54,

Evangel Christian 45

PRATTVILLE – East Memorial tournament MVP MarQuen Mitchell scored 20 points to lead the Warriors (10-1) to first place. Caleb Bethune added 13 points and 10 rebounds, and Thomas Hardin had 10 points.

Lee-Scott plays in the Border Wars tournament at Glenwood on Dec. 27-28.

Edgewood 61,

Autauga Academy 47

HOPE HULL – Josh Crawford scored 17 points for Edgewood (5-5). Jordan Edgeworth and Jordan Peak each had 13 points, and Eli Cohen added 10.

The Wildcats play at East Memorial on Thursday.

East Memorial 57,

Crenshaw Christian 30

PRATTVILLE – Jaylen McCoy had 24 points to lead East Memorial to a third-place finish in the East Memorial tournament. The Wildcats (9-1) host Edgewood on Thursday.

Trent McGough led Crenshaw with eight points.

Wetumpka 81,

Holtville 43

ECLECTIC – Terrance Leflore led Wetumpka (4-4) with 28 points on Friday. Demarcus Hutchinson had 17 points and 16 boards. Taylor Whitt scored 13 points for Holtville, and Tekel Bozeman had 12.

Chambers Academy 66,

SMCA 42

LAFAYETTE – Chase Sanders scored 16 points for SMCA on Friday. Colt Hicks added 11 points. The Raiders host Lowndes Academy on Friday.

Hooper 67,

Autauga Academy 31

HOPE HULL – Darius Bennett had 22 points to lead the Colts on Friday in the Hooper Academy tournament. Mark Robinson added 11 points and eight rebounds, and Drew Owen and Thomas Harris each scored 10.

GIRLS

Montgomery Aca. 62,

St. Jude 50

Jade Brooks scored 15 points and Emily Garcia added 13 for MA. Lillian Roth had 12 points.

The Eagles (3-3) host Sidney Lanier on Friday.

Jailyn Lover had 23 points for St. Jude. Raven Moore scored 16.

Hooper 48,

Macon-East 27

HOPE HULL – Tournament MVP Abby Brown led Hooper with 18 points, 13 rebounds and seven blocks as the Colts took the Hooper Academy tournament. Morgan Maxwell added 17 points and 13 boards. The Colts (6-4) play in the Autauga Academy tournament next weekend.

Hooper 37,

Autauga Academy 34

HOPE HULL – Morgan Maxwell led Hooper with 10 points and 10 rebounds on Friday in the Hooper Academy tournament. Khadra Findley added seven points, 13 rebounds and seven steals.

Lee-Scott 50,

Evangel Christian 41

PRATTVILLE – Breanne DeBaets scored 19 points for Lee-Scott. The Warriors won the East Memorial tournament, and DeBaets was tournament MVP.

Lee-Scott (11-2) returns to action Dec. 27-28 in the Border Wars tournament, hosted by Glenwood.

— From staff reports

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