Michaelyn Foster scored 14 points to help Catholic stay unbeaten with a 47-42 victory over Montgomery Academy on Tuesday.
Aleigha Walden added 12 points for the Knights (6-0), who play at Alabama Christian on Friday. Jade Brooks scored 22 points and Kayla White 12 for the Eagles (1-3), who host Brewbaker Tech on Friday.
Robert E. Lee 72,
Ty Williams had 28 points and Mia Collins 15 for the Generals (8-2). J’ona Graham grabbed 14 rebounds. Lee hosts Northview on Friday. Jaylen Snipes had 22 points for Opelika.
Jeff Davis 45,
Charles Henderson 42
Ahyiona Vason’s 23 points led the Vols (9-2), who host G.W. Carver on Friday. Kyra Scott had 11 points and India Blakely 10 for the Trojans.
MARBURY Alaysha Clark’s 21 points and Zomoria Clark’s 18 led the Indians (4-1). Rebecca Quillman had 20 points and 11 rebounds for Marbury, while Tay Cannon grabbed 10 rebounds. The Bulldogs (2-6) travel to Wetumpka on Monday. Wetumpka visits Stanhope Elmore on Friday.
Fort Dale Academy 38
HOPE HULL Morgan Maxwell and Abby Watts scored 25 points each for the Colts (2-2). Maxwell also grabbed 16 rebounds. Hooper plays Thursday at Pike Liberal Arts.
Evangel Christian 56,
Morgan Academy 29
Jordan Hunter had 16 points for the Lions (8-1). Taylor McNeil added 15 and Tia Jones 10. Evangel hosts East Memorial on Tuesday.
Prattville Christian 32,
Alabama Christian 20
PRATTVILLE Sophia Minney had nine points for the Panthers (4-3) against ACA (1-5).
Brewbaker Tech 76,
MOSSES Bianca Jackson scored 30 points for the Rams (6-4), who host Prattville on Tuesday.
Georgiana 42, Opp 28
GEORGIANA Miya Riley had 23 points and Tyanna Perkins 13 for the Panthers (4-0), who travel to Andalusia on Tuesday. Anna Davis’ 13 points led the Bobcats (0-1), who visit Brantley on Thursday.
EUFAULA Kasey Grant had 21 points and Casey Clements 11 for the Chiefs (4-4), who travel to Chambers Academy on Monday.
Sparta 51, Eastwood 38
EVERGREEN Margaret Rhodes led Eastwood with 13 points and 11 rebounds. Brianna Spiers added 11 points. The Warriors play at Edgewood on Thursday.
PRATTVILLE Teeshunda Morgan scored 12 points for the Lions (6-1) against Thompson (8-1). Prattville hosts Stanhope Elmore on Saturday.
St. James 26,
BTW Magnet 22
The Trojans (3-3) play at Bullock County on Friday.
Victory Baptist 51,
MILLBROOK Zyon Smith’s 15 points and 19 rebounds led Victory on Monday.
MARBURY Tyric Ray poured in 27 points to lead the Bulldogs (6-2). Devon Brown had 17 points, 10 rebounds and eight assists, while Travis Gardner posted 16 points and 14 boards. Courtland Holloway had 19 points and Rodney Blade 15 for Wetumpka (3-2), which plays at Stanhope Elmore on Friday. Marbury travels to Wetumpka on Monday.
Robert E. Lee 72,
Tommy Burton had 24 points, Rod Scott 12 and Jeremiah Johnson 10 for the Generals (7-1), who host Northview on Friday.
LETOHATCHEE JaMarcus Davison hit eight 3-pointers and scored 28 points for the Tigers (4-4). Ja’Keem Davison added 11 points. JaMarcus Broadnax scored 15 for the Eagles (2-3). The teams play again Tuesday at Autaugaville.
Brewbaker Tech 64
MOSSES Austin Rogers scored 16 points and Jarett Hicks 13 for Brew Tech (5-6). Robert Lewis had 10 and 11 rebounds. The Rams play in a Dallas tournament Saturday.
Prattville Christian 72,
Alabama Christian 45
PRATTVILLE Peyton Meadows scored 20 points to lead the Panthers (5-2). J.C. Emerson had 18 points and 15 rebounds and Jarion Griffin 17 points for PCA, which hosts Catholic on Tuesday. David Poole scored 11 points and Grayson Blackwell 10 for the Eagles (2-2), who visit Catholic on Friday.
St. James 58,
BTW Magnet 43
Jaylen McCoy had 16 points and Jalen Harris 10 for the Trojans (3-2). Brandon Evans and Kennon Watkins scored 13 each and Timothy Patterson 11 for the Yellow Jackets (2-5). On Friday, St. James visits Bullock County and BTW travels to Park Crossing.
Lowndes Academy 65,
Wilcox Academy 59
LOWNDESBORO David Hussey poured in 36 points to lead the Rebels (2-0). Ryan Tindol added 14 and Wade Howard 10. Lowndes hosts Fort Dale Academy on Saturday.
Fort Dale Academy 30
HOPE HULL Ty Bolton’s 27 points and 14 rebounds led the Colts (1-5). Josh Heath had 10 rebounds and 10 blocked shots. Hooper travels to Pike Liberal Arts on Thursday.
Evangel Christian 63,
Morgan Academy 52
Del Lewis had 13 points and Michael Collins 11 for the Lions (4-5), who host East Memorial on Tuesday. John Bone scored 19 points for the Senators.
Georgiana 83, Opp 61
GEORGIANA Jacquez Payton scored 22 points to lead the Panthers (4-4). Devin McMeans and Tarien Crittenden added 11 each. Richard Boggan and Jeremy Sims had 10 each. Raheem Bonam led the Bobcats (0-1) with 12 points. Georgiana plays G.W. Long in the Straughn tournament at 5 p.m. Thursday. Opp visits Brantley on Thursday.
Sparta 69, Eastwood 42
EVERGREEN Mason English had 13 points to lead Eastwood (2-3), which visits Edgewood on Thursday.
Jeff Davis 81,
Charles Henderson 31
The Vols (1-8) host G.W. Carver on Friday.
Autauga Academy 71,
East Memorial 60
PRATTVILLE Michael Pickett had 24 points to lead the Generals (1-1) on Monday. Brandon Tramell added 13 points, James Powell had 11 points and 10 rebounds, and Tommie Vinson scored 10 points. Malik Pettus’ 25 points and Andrew Lawson’s 18 led EMCA.
Lowndes Academy 69,
GRADY David Hussey had 26 points and Ryan Tindol 22 for the Rebels (1-0) on Monday.
Troy men 72,
Alcorn State 51
TROY Junior Kevin Thomas posted his sixth career double-double and freshman Wesley Person was 5-of-9 on 3-pointers and scored 17 points for the Trojans (2-3). John Walton III had 15 points. Thomas posted 14 points and 10 rebounds. LeAntwan Luckett had 14 points to lead the Braves (1-5).
Alabama women 74,
TUSCALOOSA Briana Hutchen had a career-high 21 points and grabbed 10 rebounds for the Crimson Tide (6-3). Nikki Hegstetter added 12 points.
Auburn women 79,
AUBURN Tra’Cee Tanner had 16 points, Brandy Montgomery 13 and Hasina Muhammad 10 for the Tigers (4-2).
Jags to Camellia Bowl
South Alabama has been invited to Montgomery’s Camellia Bowl, al.com reported Tuesday. It will be the first bowl appearance for the Jags (6-6). The game is Dec. 20 at Cramton Bowl.
—From staff reports
(Compiled by A. Stacy Long)