High school roundup: Rogers, St. Jude run past Loachapoka to remain unbeaten

High school roundup: Rogers, St. Jude run past Loachapoka to remain unbeaten

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High school roundup: Rogers, St. Jude run past Loachapoka to remain unbeaten

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Andrew Rogers had 17 points and 12 rebounds to help St. Jude remain unbeaten with a 70-26 win over Loachapoka on Tuesday night.

Tommy Burton added 14 points for the Pirates (5-0). LaDarius Brinson had 11 points and Darian Adams 10.

Brantley 42,

Enterprise 37

BRANTLEY – Wesley Person Jr. had 20 points and five rebounds for the 1A Bulldogs (2-2) against his old school, the 6A Wildcats. Darian Jones added 14 points for Brantley.

Calhoun 70,

Autaugaville 61

LETOHATCHEE – Jamarcus Davidson scored 20 points to lead Calhoun . Christopher Morman added 14 points and Jeffrey Moss 12. Calhoun hosts Marbury on Friday and G.W. Carver on Saturday. Davontae Wells led Autaugaville with 29 points. DeWayne Smith added 12 and Lundon Maynard 11.

Barbour County 51,

Catholic 46

CLAYTON – Demetris Boykin scored 21 points to lead Barbour County (5-5) in the Class 3A Area 2 opener for both teams. Anthony Thomas led Catholic (3-3) with 22 points. Jacob Hulcher and Brandon Barker each added 10 for the Knights, who play Dec. 20 at the Daleville tournament.

Marbury 65,

Wetumpka 64

WETUMPKA – Justin Pouncey scored 23 points to lead the Bulldogs (3-3). Devon Brown added 18 points and T.J. Ray 14. Rodreka Jones led Wetumpka (1-5) with 34 points and Demarcus Hutchinson had 12.

SMCA 58,

Autauga Academy 43

PRATTVILLE – Colt Hicks had 25 points and eight rebounds to lead SMCA. Taylor Ballard added 16 points and five steals and Chase Sanders 13 points and 10 rebounds. Michael Pickett led Autauga with 25 points.

Eufaula 65, BTW-Tuskegee 54

EUFAULA – Jaylin Robinson poured in 31 points and John Tyson added 15 to lead Eufaula. Cortez Gibbs had 18 points, Quindravius Gibbs 14 and Kjamus Sanders 13 for BTW (5-5), which hosts Bullock County on Friday.

Georgiana 84,

Andalusia 80

GEORGIANA – Jacquez Payton scored 21 points and Richard Boggan had 21 points and 12 rebounds to lead Georgiana (8-1). Travales Smith added 16 points and Tarien Crittenden followed with 15 for Georgiana, which travels to J.U. Blacksher on Thursday. Phillip James had 24 points, Jayden Ellison 17, Montel Lee 14 and Trevor Parker 13 for Andalusia.

St. James 64,

BTW Magnet 62

Jalen Harris scored 26 points and Jaylen McCoy added 20 for the Trojans (5-1). Justin Hill had 19 points and Brandon Evans 18 for BTW (4-5).

Eastwood 49,

East Memorial 47

Ben Bode scored 33 points to lead Eastwood. Thomas Dismukes led the Warriors with 11 rebounds.

Lee-Scott 70,

Pike Liberal Arts 30

TROY – Chase Aldridge scored 25 points and Cason Sibley added 16 points and 13 rebounds for the Warriors (6-0). Lee-Scott plays Crenshaw Christian on Friday in East Memorial’s tournament.

Opp 62, Red Level 53

OPP – Ty’Keenan White scored 24 points to lead Opp (5-4). Tavise Stoudemire added 11 points and JaKeith Edwards 10. Spencer Stallworth had 23 points and Jeffery Perdue 16 to lead Red Level.

Terrell Academy (Ga.) 75,

Lakeside 40

EUFAULA – Matt Voors and Hayden Baugh led the Chiefs (7-3) with nine and eight points, respectively.

Montgomery Aca. 57,

Beauregard 53

BEAUREGARD – Josh Thomas scored 24 of his 28 points in the second half and Bennett Rutledge added 11 points for the Eagles (2-2), who host Prattville Christian on Friday. C.J. Perry, Jamal Aikens and Corey Bracknell had 10 points each for the Hornets.

Hooper 60,

Edgewood 50

HOPE HULL – Ty Bolton had 20 points and Thomas Harris 17 points and 13 rebounds for the Colts (4-4). Drew Owen added 11 points. Hooper and Edgewood face off again Friday in Macon-East’s tournament.

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Montgomery Aca. 44,

Beauregard 41

BEAUREGARD – Kayla White had 14 points to lead the Eagles (2-2). MA hosts Prattville Christian on Friday.

Lee-Scott 41,

Pike Liberal Arts 28

TROY – Lauren Williams had 12 points to lead Lee-Scott (10-0). Madison Prewett had five assists and nine points, while Hayden Robinson pulled down 10 rebounds. Lee-Scott plays Crenshaw Christian on Friday in East Memorial’s tournament.

Red Level 37, Opp 19

OPP – Shelby Holley scored 21 points to lead Red Level. Malikiyah Lane led Opp (4-5) with nine points.

Eastwood 43,

East Memorial 15

Amelia Rhodes led the Warriors with 17 points and five steals, followed by Brianna Spiers with 11. Morgan Reinforce led EMCA with six points.

Brantley 63,

Enterprise 49

BRANTLEY – Amanhi Upshaw had 20 points, 12 rebounds and five assists to lead the Bulldogs (6-1). Payton Burnett added 17 points, Raven Davis 12 and Peyton Hill 10.

Stanhope Elmore 63,

Holtville 9

MILLBROOK – Moody Dejarnette scored 14 points and Kynnedi Rudolph added 13 for Stanhope (5-0). Raven Russell and Victoria Harvey added 10 points each.

Hooper 31,

Edgewood 23

HOPE HULL – Amber Whittington had 13 points and Morgan Maxwell finished with 14 rebounds for the Colts (4-4). The teams play each other again Friday at Macon-East’s tournament.

Autauga Academy 36,

Cornerstone 20

PRATTVILLE – Reagen Shackelford scored 12 points and grabbed 11 rebounds and Paige McCord had 11 rebounds to go with her nine points for the Generals on Monday. Alyssa Scheiber led Cornerstone with 10 points.

WRESTLING

St. James wins two

Coleman Adams (152-pound class) and Brad Murray (heavyweight) each had two pins for the Trojans, who beat Russell County 64-16 and Holtville 42-27. Austin Johnson (113), Geoffrey Murray (126), Mason Pattie (132), Stephen Kwan (138), Will Prater (145) and Robert Griggs (160) each had two wins. St. James is in the Gene Taylor Classic at Weaver starting Friday.

— From staff reports

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