Steve Rogers hit two tiebreaking free throws in the final 10 seconds to help Brewbaker Tech down Hillcrest-Evergreen 73-71 on Saturday.
Rogers finished with 35 points, while Anthony Satterwhite had 12 points for the Rams (8-2). Jalen Levett and Jacquille Boswell added 10 each.
Brew Tech, which lost 76-70 at Hillcrest (5-1) on Nov. 19, plays Tuesday at Central-Hayneville.
Alabama Christian 65,
J.J. Williams had 16 points and Preston Gabrielson 14 to lead the Eagles (2-7), who play at Highland Home on Tuesday. Wesley Curles’ 20 points and Griffin Slater’s 17 paced the Wildcats (3-4), who host the CCC tournament starting Dec. 26. Trinity led by 15 in the third quarter when point guard Den Trumbull left with an injury.
CECIL – Slade Price hit a free throw with 5 seconds to play to push the Colts (6-4) to the Macon-East tournament title. Drew Owen had 13 points and Thomas Harris posted 11 points, 11 rebounds and five blocks. Hooper hosts East Memorial on Monday.
Autauga Academy 48,
CECIL – Michael Pickett scored nine points and Tommie Vinson pulled down 13 rebounds for the Generals (2-8) in the Macon-East tournament consolation game. Eli Cohen had 10 points for Edgewood (0-8). On Monday, Autauga takes on Crenshaw Christian and Edgewood hosts Coosa Valley.
St. Jude 78,
Montgomery Aca. 44
Andrew Rogers’ 18 points and 13 rebounds helped the Pirates (7-0) down the Eagles (3-3). LaDarius Brinson also scored 18 points, while Tommy Burton added 16 and Jacob Winston 15. Starting Friday, Jude plays in a Columbus (Ga.) tournament and MA in a Huntsville tournament.
G.W. Carver 55,
LETOHATCHEE – Demetrius Houston had 24 points and Lyndell Wilson 11 for the Wolverines (4-1). Jamarcus Davison and Jakeem Davison had six points each for Calhoun. Carver plays in a tournament in Coral Springs, Fla., starting Thursday. Calhoun hosts J.F. Shields on Tuesday.
East Memorial 57
PRATTVILLE – Cason Sibley’s 28 points led the Warriors (8-0) over the Wildcats (3-6) for the EMCA tournament title. Jeremy Joseph posted 14 points and 10 rebounds, while Chase Aldridge added 15 points and Thomas Hardin 11 assists. Lee-Scott visits Fort Dale Academy on Friday.
TUSKEGEE – Kjamus Sanders had 22 points and Cortez Gibbs 19 for the Golden Eagles (6-6), who travel to Bullock County on Friday. Kaminski Bledsoe had 12 points and Tequarri Whitlow 10 for LaFayette.
Fort Dale Academy 62,
GREENVILLE – Taylor Thomas scored 19 points and Chip Taylor had 16 points and 12 rebounds for the Eagles (4-4), who host Lee-Scott on Friday.
GEORGIANA – Jacquez Payton scored 19 points and Richard Boggan had 13 points and 12 rebounds for Georgiana (9-2). Devin McMeans also had 13 points and Latrell Seals added 11. Raheem Moore and Javarrius Cheatham scored 13 each for Greenville. Georgiana travels to Straughn on Tuesday.
East Memorial 76,
Evangel Christian 47
PRATTVILLE – Claude Gilder had 24 points, Dionte Chapman 13 and Chandler Warren 12 for the Wildcats (3-5) on Friday. Joseph Davenport scored 12 points and Johnathan Wiley 11 for the Lions (7-4).
Bullock County 56,
TUSKEGEE – Ken Johnson had 24 points for the Hornets on Friday. Cortez Gibbs scored 14 points, Kjamus Sanders 12 and Quindravius Gibbs 11 for the Golden Eagles (5-6).
Autauga Academy 46
CECIL – Michael Pickett had 10 points and Rickey Shuford nine rebounds for Autauga (1-8) on Friday.
Alabama Christian 32
Junior Janie Hampton finished with 13 points, including the 1,000th of her career on a second-quarter layup, for the Wildcats (7-0). LeeAnne Phillips led Trinity with 17 points, and Ashley Middleton paced ACA (4-7) with 16. Trinity hosts the CCC tournament starting Dec. 26. ACA travels to Highland Home on Tuesday.
Brewbaker Tech 56,
Bianca Jackson had 24 points, seven rebounds, eight steals and seven assists for the Rams (10-3). Michaia Fluellen added 13 points and Juliette Harp 10. Brew Tech plays at Central-Hayneville on Tuesday.
Montgomery Aca. 50,
St. Jude 23
Rachel Lee and Lillian Roth scored 10 points each to lead the Eagles (4-2) over the Pirates (2-5). MA plays in a tournament in Huntsville starting Friday.
G.W. Carver 56,
LETOHATCHEE – Kendra Fowler scored 15 points, Siera Wilson 13 and Tatyana Calhoun 11 for the Wolverines (7-2). Valencia Allen scored 11 points for Calhoun.
Evangel Christian 37
PRATTVILLE – Samantha Silseth hit a go-ahead 3-pointer in the final two minutes to lead the Warriors (12-0) over the Lions (7-3) for the East Memorial tournament title.
Lauren Williams had 21 points and 10 rebounds, while Hayden Robinson added 10 points for Lee-Scott, which plays at Fort Dale Academy on Friday. Evangel takes on Crenshaw Christian on Thursday at True Divine Baptist Church.
Autauga Academy 16
CECIL – Amber Whittington had eight points and Morgan Maxwell finished with 11 rebounds and five assists to help the Colts (6-4) win the Macon-East tournament. Paige McCord had seven points and Raegan Shackelford 12 rebounds for the Generals (8-2). On Monday, Hooper hosts East Memorial and Autauga faces Crenshaw Christian.
CECIL – Kara Wilson’s 19 points and Hannahlee Harris’ 15 led the Wildcats (2-5) in the consolation game of the Macon-East tournament. Rachel Stough and Grace Allen had 10 points each for the Knights (0-9).
Evangel Christian 58,
East Memorial 16
PRATTVILLE – Taylor McNeil had 14 points and Carlisha Allen 11 for the Lions (7-2) on Friday.
Autauga Academy 44,
CECIL – Raegan Shackelford had 18 points and Paige McCord added 13 for the Generals (7-2) on Friday.
— From staff reports