BRANTLEY – Wesley Person Jr. poured in 34 points to lead Brantley in a 72-47 victory over McKenzie on Monday.
Stefan King and Kansain Nichols added 10 points each for the Bulldogs (1-2), who host Enterprise today.
Prattville Christian 57,
PRATTVILLE – Jake Warye and Jarion Griffin scored 10 points each for the Panthers (8-0). PCA plays at Montgomery Academy on Friday.
Eastwood 50, SMCA 39
GRADY – Ben Bode had 23 points and Jacob Herbert 12 for the Warriors (5-3). Colt Hicks scored 21 points and Taylor Ballard 10 for the Raiders. Today, Eastwood travels to East Memorial and SMCA visits Autauga Academy.
LAMP 53, Holtville 49
HOLTVILLE – Alex Hightaian scored 20 points and Mackenzie Sippial 13 for the Golden Tigers (1-7), who play at Tallassee today. Tekel Bozeman’s 13 points led the Bulldogs (1-5), who travel to Stanhope Elmore today.
Lee-Scott 69, Hooper 38
AUBURN – Cason Sibley totaled 26 points and 22 rebounds for the Warriors (5-0). Thomas Hardin and Chase Aldridge added 12 points each. Lee-Scott travels to Pike Liberal Arts today.
Monroe County 60,
T.R. Miller 46
BREWTON – Marrio Richardson was 12-of-13 on free throws and scored 14 points for the Tigers (4-1). Titus Howard added 12 points and Skyler Stallworth pulled down 12 rebounds. Monroe plays at Excel on Dec. 19. Dominique Jackson had 10 points for Miller.
Crisp Academy (Ga.) 42
CORDELL, Ga. – Brody Thomasson had 18 points for the Chiefs, who rallied from an eight-point halftime deficit. Lakeside plays at Terrell Academy (Ga.) today.
Opp 76, Florala 35
OPP – Ty’Keenan White had 16 points, while Cale Pierce and Jaiquan Wade added 10 each for the Bobcats (4-4), who play today at Red Level. Levi Thames’ 10 points led Florala.
Highland Home 55,
Alabama Christian 49
ACA (1-6), which did not report any individual statistics, hosts Brewbaker Tech on Friday.
ELMORE – Hannahlee Harris had 19 points, nine rebounds and six steals for the Wildcats (1-3).
Kevi Hansen posted 16 points and 11 boards. Edgewood plays at Hooper today. Adrian Dancy led Restoration with 19 points.
Lee-Scott 72, Hooper 31
AUBURN – Lauren Williams had 18 points and Hayden Robinson 14 for the Warriors (9-0). Madison Prewett, Mallory Brotherton, Claudia Tucker and Samantha Silseth added 10 each. Lee-Scott plays at Pike Liberal Arts today.
LAMP 52, Holtville 19
HOLTVILLE – Jamie Delker and April Lee each had 12 points and 10 rebounds to lead the Golden Tigers (2-3). Romona Bozeman scored 14 points for the Bulldogs (0-5).
Today, LAMP travels to Tallassee and Holtville goes to Stanhope Elmore.
SMCA 40, Eastwood 32
GRADY – Alexandra and Catherine Sikes scored nine points each, while Courtney Wood pulled down 10 rebounds for the Raiders. Amelia Rhodes had eight points for the Warriors. Today, Eastwood plays at East Memorial and SMCA goes to Autauga Academy.
Prattville Christian 69,
PRATTVILLE – Nicole Hoots scored 23 points and Sydney Bell finished with 16 to pace the Panthers (7-1), who visit Montgomery Academy on Friday.
BRANTLEY – Raven Davis hit seven 3-pointers and scored 21 points for the Bulldogs (5-1), who host Enterprise today. Payton Burnett had nine points and eight rebounds.
Florala 29, Opp 26 (OT)
OPP – Anna Davis’ 25 points led Opp (4-4), which plays at Red Level today. Keadra Avan hit 3 of 4 free throws and snapped a tie in the final 10 seconds of overtime for Florala.
Crisp Aca. (Ga.) 49,
CORDELL, Ga. – Kasey Grant had 18 points for Lakeside (5-6), which plays at Terrell Academy (Ga.) today.
— From staff reports