#MSPreps basketball roundup: McDonald paces Pioneers

#MSPreps basketball roundup: McDonald paces Pioneers


#MSPreps basketball roundup: McDonald paces Pioneers



Parklane 65, Washington 52: At Jackson, Henry McDonald led four Pioneers in double figures with 24 points. Gore Pulliam and Walt Stubbs had 16 each for Washington in Academy AAA play.

Scott Central 54, Union 52: At Forest, Scott Central overcame a 12-point deficit entering the fourth quarter, then outscored Union 4-2 in overtime. Jadarius Hayes scored 15 points and Damarian Barlow 13 for Scott Central.

McComb 72, Columbia 30: At Columbia, the third-ranked Tigers improved to 23-1 with four players in double figures, led by Emanuel Thompson with 24 points.

Greenville 82, Vicksburg 42: At Greenville, Eric Brown scored 20 points for the fifth-ranked Hornets (23-4).

Pelahatchie 88, Bogue Chitto 60: At Pelahatchie, four players reached double figures for the Chiefs, led by Dyllan Taylor with 29 points. Jeremiah Perkins had 27 for Bogue Chitto.

Florence 93, Piney Woods 29: At Florence, the Eagles scored 61 first-half points. Zachary Barnes led Florence with 24 points.

Hillcrest 46, Columbia Aca. 29: Bryce Baker scored 19 points for Hillcrest, the host team in Academy AAA action.

Pillow 59, East Rankin 53: At Jackson, Seth Dearman scored 30 points for East Rankin in an Academy AAA game, but it wasn’t enough. Brantley O’Dell had 20 points for Pillow.


Jackson Aca. 56, Parklane 28: At Jackson, Taylor Tucker led the Lady Raiders with 18 points in an Academy AAA playoff game.

Jackson Prep 42, Washington 29: At Jackson, Haley Litchliter and Kristina Zouboukos led balanced scoring for Prep with 10 points each in a AAA game.

Clinton 59, Canton 31: At Clinton, the Lady Arrows outscored Canton 28-6 in the opening quarter and coasted behind 16 points by Kiana Walker and 12 by Vivian Tripp.

Lamar Chr. 44, Clinton Chr. 41: At Raymond, Lamar Christian led by eight at the half and held on for the win in Academy A playoff action behind 24 points by Laura Chatham. Abbey Allen scored 15 points for Clinton.

Jim Hill 44, Ridgeland: At Jackson, Debria Bell led Jim Hill with 11 points. Da’Bria Mayfield had a game-high 12 for Ridgeland.

Velma Jackson 64, St. Andrew’s 28: At Camden, Patrice Tate and Tyashia Willis had 22 points each for Velma Jackson, which outscored St. Andrew’s 21-0 in the first quarter.

Hillcrest 51, Copiah 46: At Jackson, Reyton Ertle scored 19 points and Rebecca Harris 17 for Hillcrest in Academy AAA action. Kamryn Vanlandingham had 26 for Copiah.

East Rankin 67, Starkville Aca. 53: At Jackson, a 29-5 scoring edge for East Rankin in the second quarter proved decisive in an AAA game. MacKenzie Thompson scored 22 points for East Rankin and Hayes Miller 17 for Starkville.


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