Junior guard Ahyiona Vason scored a career-high 37 points and Jeff Davis coach LaKenya Knight reached a milestory victory with Thursday’s 63-50 home win over Wetumpka.
Vason had eight steals and was 13-of-28 from the field. Her previous high was 28 points in the Vols’ season opener against Clay-Chalkville.
Knight picked up her 200th win at JD. In her ninth year, she has a 200-65 record and is the school’s all-time winningest coach. Her predecessor, Tim Miller, was 183-46 in seven years.
Tia Manora added 11 points and seven rebounds for the Vols (11-3), who play in a tournament at Faulkner on Dec. 29.
Zipporah Broughton scored 19 points and Zomoria Clark 14 for the Indians (9-2). Wetumpka visits BTW-Tuskegee on Saturday.
Marbury 46, Billingsley 26
PRATTVILLE – Rebecca Quillman had 18 points and 11 rebounds for the Bulldogs (6-8). Tay Cannon had 14 points and 10 rebounds. Marbury will play for the Autauga County tournament championship at 5 p.m. Saturday. Billingsley (2-3) hosts Dallas County on Jan. 6.
Autaugaville 49, Prattville Christian 31
PRATTVILLE – Kiera Davis scored 28 points to lead the Eagles (4-6), who play Prattville at 5 p.m. today in the Autauga County semifinals. Nicole Hoots had seven points and 14 rebounds for the Panthers (5-6), who face Billingsley in a 2 p.m. consolation game.
LAMP 55, Bullock County 46
Jessica Manoney had 12 points and 10 rebounds, Brittany Stallworth finished with 11 points and 10 boards, and the Golden Tigers (5-2) improved to 2-1 in Class 4A, Area 4. Freshman Alayah Washington scored 16 points and Jamie Delker added 10. LAMP travels to Bullock County on Jan. 9. Kiearra Rodgers, Amber Nobles and Nakeshia Bell scored 11 points each for the Hornets.
Brewbaker Tech 91, BTW Magnet 20
Bianca Jackson had 36 points and Cahrlisa Wellington 20 to help the Rams (9-5) down the Yellow Jackets (5-8). Sharde Thomas added 15 points and Jalyn Bowen 12. Brew Tech plays in a Daytona Beach (Fla.) tournament Dec. 27. BTW travels to Dallas County today.
Marbury 62, Billingsley 48
PRATTVILLE – Henry Gardner’s 17 points and 12 rebounds led the Bulldogs (11-3) in the Autauga County tournament. T.J. Ray scored 14 points and Sam Williams posted 11 points and 15 rebounds. Marbury plays in the finals at 6:30 p.m. Saturday. Jeffery Lee had 14 points and Isaac Green 11 for the Bears (1-4), who host Dallas County on Jan. 6.
Autaugaville 53, Prattville Christian 43
PRATTVILLE – Stefan Palmer’s 14 points led the Eagles (4-6). Jamarcus Broadnax and Rockell Tyus added 12 each and Dwayne Jones-Smith scored 10. J.C. Emerson had 12 points and jarion Griffin 10 for PCA (8-3). Today, Autaugaville takes on Prattville at 6:30 p.m. in the Autauga County semifinals and the Panthers play Billingsley in a 3:30 p.m. consolation.
Jeff Davis 61, Wetumpka 50
Deniko Mays had 12 points and Devonta Arrington 11 to lead the Vols (4-10), who play in Spain Park’s tournament Saturday. The Indians (6-5) travel to BTW-Tuskegee on Saturday.
Brewbaker Tech 90, BTW Magnet 64
Junior Austin Rogers had a career-high 40 points and 15 rebounds, while Robert Lewis totaled 12 points, 12 rebounds and 11 blocks for the Rams (7-9). Rogers’ 40 is nine shy of his brother’s career high from last year. Jarrett Hicks and Desmond Williams added 10 points each. Brandon Evans led BTW (3-9) with 22 points. Brew Tech plays Dec. 27 in a Daytona Beach (Fla.) tournament. The Yellow Jackets visit Dallas County today.
Elba 45, Brantley 38
ANDALUSIA – Darian Jones scored 23 points to lead Brantley (1-5) in the Andalusia tournament. The Bulldogs lost to Elba (3-1) for the second time in three days.
Luverne 52, Opp 21
LUVERNE – Kenterius Womack had 14 points, Uriah Brown 12 and Donta Hall 10 for the Tigers. Dewayne Bonam’s seven points led the Bobcats (3-6), who host Dale County today.
Greenville 82, Georgiana 60
GREENVILLE – Richard Boggan had 24 points and 13 rebounds for Georgiana (10-2). Tarien Crittenden added 10 points. The Panthers host Pleasant Home on Friday. Javarrius Cheatham’s 16 points and Raheem Moore’s 15 led Greenville (6-2).
— From staff reports
(Compiled by A. Stacy Long)