ROUNDUP: Ruggs, Generals slam Smiths Station

ROUNDUP: Ruggs, Generals slam Smiths Station


ROUNDUP: Ruggs, Generals slam Smiths Station


Lee guard Henry Ruggs (2) dunks during the Class 7A Area 3 playoff game on Thursday, Feb. 5, 2015, at Lee High School in Montgomery, Ala.

Lee guard Henry Ruggs (2) dunks during the Class 7A Area 3 playoff game on Thursday, Feb. 5, 2015, at Lee High School in Montgomery, Ala.

Henry Ruggs III had 17 points, including several dunks, and Kendarius Hartwell 14 as the Generals (3-0) blew out Smiths Station 73-35.

Rod Scott and David Smith contributed 10 points each.

Lee will play at Opelika on Thursday.

Lakeside 55,

Success Unlimited 49

Reid Potthoff scored 19 points and Desmon Richards 17 as Lakeside (6-0) picked up a road win over Success Unlimited.

Alonzo Mayo hauled in 10 rebounds for the Chiefs.

Success Unlimited will look to get back on track against The Rock (Fla.).

Marbury 74,

Elmore County 66

ECLECTIC — Jonnie Jasper scored 23 points, but it wasn’t enough for the Panthers (2-2).

Enterprise 76,

Geneva County 36

HARTFORD — The Wildcats cruised past the Bulldogs behind Marcus Jones’ 20 points, four rebounds, five assists and four steals.

Ryan Liuttel had 10 points, six rebounds and five blocks. Dennis Chastang had 10 points and six rebounds. Enterprise plays today at Bay High School in Panama City, Fla.

EMCA 68,

Autauga Academy 50

PRATTVILLE — EMCA improved to 6-3 behind 21 points from Lee Crawford. EMCA plays at Macon-East tonight.

Opp 67,

Zion Chapel 53

JACK — Ty’Keenan White and Devontae Williams scored 20 points in the Bobcats’ win.

Blake Cobb, Daniel Peoples and Landon Carnley each had 11 points for Zion Chapel.

St. James 69,

Tallassee 50

EJ Card led the Trojans (2-1) with 29 points. Atchison Hubbard scored 13.

St. James will play Elmore County today at 6:30 p.m.

Chambers Academy 65,

Abbeville Christian 57

LAFAYETTE — Rex Roach’s 25 points weren’t enough for the Generals, who play against SMCA at home tonight at 7:30 p.m.

Forenah Deaum had 16 points for Chambers Academy.

Hooper 60,

Lee-Scott 51

AUBURN — Hooper improved to 4-1 behind Ty Bolton’s 30 points and seven rebounds.

David Moncrief had 15 points while Taylor Wood had five points and six rebounds.


Marbury 50,

Elmore County 46

ECLECTIC — Tay Cannon scored 26 points and hauled in 10 rebounds while Taylor Adams had 16 points and 12 rebounds to lead the Bulldogs over the Panthers.

Elmore County was led by Alissa Brown with 21 points and nine steals while Hanna Traylor added nine points and six rebounds. Madison Traylor had eight points and six assists.

Lee 73,

Smiths Station 56

Zipporah Broughton scored 30 points and Tykeria Williams 24 to lead Lee (5-1) past Smiths Station.

Lee returns to action Thursday when they play at Opelika.

Lee-Scott 48,

Hooper 21

AUBURN — Jamey Joseph’s 14 points and 11 rebounds led the Warriors (7-0).

Mary Mykal Prewett had six points, four rebounds and four assists while Lauren McLeon and Kenedi Cleveland had five points. Lee-Scott hosts Springwood tonight.

Zion Chapel 40,

Opp 35

JACK — MaKayla Crenshaw scored 18 points in Opp’s victory.

Leah Ash had 15 points and Angel Flowers 10 for Zion Chapel.

Abbeville Christian 42,

Chambers Academy 32

LAFAYETTE — The Generals improved to 3-2, and 1-0 in region play, behind Mary Giles’ 15 points. ACA hosts SMCA tonight.


Georgia College 60,

Tuskegee 46

TUSKEGEE — Demetries McNealey scored a career-high 21 points, but Tuskegee (1-4) trailed by as many as 19 points in the second half in the second half.

Junior Rachel Brownlee had 14 points and five rebounds. Tuskegee opens conference play on Thursday, Dec. 3, when they travel to Spring Hill College. Tipoff is at 5:30 p.m.


AUM 77,

Southern University-New Orleans 75

Junior Reagan Eubanks hit a 3-pointer with five seconds remaining to lift AUM at home.

Phillip Rankin led the Warhawks with 22 points and 15 rebounds while Eubanks finished with 18 points, including 6-of-11 from behind the arc. Jeffery White scored 13 points and Desmond DeRamus had 11 points, nine rebounds and seven assists.

The Warhwaks travel to Alabama State on Thursday. Tipoff is scheduled for 7 p.m.

Carver College 89,

Faulkner 87

Faulkner saw a nine-point halftime lead evaporate and its late rally fell short at Tine Davis Gymnasium.

Nick Drake finished with 24 points and six assists while Lucas Lutrell scored 22 points and hauled in 16 rebounds for the Eagles (3-5). Monta Sanford had 13 points and nine rebounds.

Faulkner hosts Point (Ga.) Saturday at 2 p.m.

— compiled by Eric Wallace


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