Walden, Tate’s double-doubles lift Catholic

Walden, Tate’s double-doubles lift Catholic


Walden, Tate’s double-doubles lift Catholic


Local roundup.

Local roundup.

Aleigha Walden and Iyana Tate each posted double-doubles in Catholic’s 59-45 win over Alabama Christian in the finals of the 10th annual Knights of Columbus tournament Tuesday.

Walden totaled 16 points and 10 assists, while Tate had 14 points and 13 rebounds. Jessie Clark led the Knights with 20 points. Kaytlyn Podein’s 16 points paced the Eagles.

Prattville Christian 50, Autaugaville 47

PRATTVILLE — Emily Stephenson scored 16 points to lead the Panthers (4-1). Hannah Minney, who grabbed 11 rebounds, and Kaitlyn Reyes added 12 points each. Kierra Davis’ 27 points paced Autaugaville (1-2). PCA hosts Calhoun today in the final day of its tournament.

Lee-Scott 63, Evangel Christian 18

PRATTVILLE — Jamey Joseph had 14 points and Chauntel Kriels eight for the Warriors (6-0) in the finals of EMCA’s tournament. Lee-Scott hosts Hooper on Monday. Evangel (1-5) hosts Morgan Academy on Tuesday.

Abbeville Christian 31, Southland Academy (Ga.) 22

DAWSON, Ga. — Shelly Wood’s 15 points and nine rebounds led the Generals (2-2) in the Terrell Academy tournament consolation. Ashlyn Watford added eight points. ACA travels to Chambers Academy on Monday.

Fort Dale Academy 37, Sparta 30

EVERGREEN — On Monday, Madison Ann Gaston had 11 points and AnJoy Castleberry 10 for the Eagles (1-0). Maggie Brock’s nine points led the Warriors.


Sidney Lanier 60, Buckhorn 48

SCOTTSBORO — Mikel Davis’ 20 pionts and 10 rebounds led the Poets (4-1) on the second day of Scottsboro’s tournament. Deon Cousins posted 18 points and 11 rebounds, while Jadarrius Brown added 14 points. Lanier plays Daphne today.

Hooper 51, Success Unlimited 45

GRADY — Ty Bolton’s 18 points and seven rebounds led the Colts (2-2) in the SMCA tournament. Montavius Sellers finished with 12 points and David Moncrief nine. Kobe Reedus had 15 points and 15 rebounds, while Jakobie Davis added 10 points for the Mustangs (5-2), who host Lakeside on Monday. Hooper visits Lee-Scott on Monday.

Lakeside 72, Northside Methodist 52

LANETT — Reid Potthoff finished with 20 points and David Fuller posted 15 points and 13 rebounds for the Chiefs (5-0) in the Springwood tournament. Frank Garrison had 12 points and seven assists, while Desmon Richards added 10 points. Robert Alexander and Nick McCleod had 20 points each for Northside.

East Memorial 65, Lee-Scott 54

PRATTVILLE — Lee Crawford and Sam Harris had 17 points each to help the Wildcats (7-3) win their own tournament. Davis Thompson scored 23 points for the Warriors (4-2). East Memorial hosts Autauga Academy on Monday.

Evangel Christian 61, Kingwood 52

PRATTVILLE — Dezmone Livingston had 18 points and D.J. Beverly 15 for the Lions (3-3) in the consolation game of East Memorial’s tournament. Jordan Plunkett and Kerry Thompson added 11 each. Evangel hosts Morgan Academy on Tuesday.

Prattville Christian 48, Autaugaville 40

PRATTVILLE — Peyton Meadows’ 13 points led the Panthers (4-1). Wyatt Jennings added 11 for PCA, which hosts Calhoun today in the finale of its tournament. Stefan Palmer scored 12 points for the Eagles (1-2).

Fort Dale Academy 65, Wilcox Academy 43

GREENVILLE — Taylor Thomas drained seven 3-pointers and finished with 28 points for the Eagles (1-1). Luke Taylor added 16 points. Fort Dale hosts Hooper on Tuesday.

Hooper 57, Escambia Academy 52

GRADY — On Monday, Ty Bolton had 26 points and nine rebounds for the Colts (1-2) in SMCA’s tournament. Montavius Sellers added 13 points.

Sidney Lanier 58, Scottsboro 44

SCOTTSBORO — On Monday, Brandon Turner had 14 points and Deon Cousins 12 points and 10 rebounds for the Poets (3-1).

Jerrod Pettus had 21 points on 9-of-13 shooting to lead Huntingdon to a 70-67 overtime win over Piedmont on Tuesday in its USA South Conference opener.

R.J. Jones’ basket with 1:10 left in overtime gave the Hawks (3-1) the lead for good. Piedmont (2-2) missed a 3-pointer in the final seconds.

Andre Ashley, who gave the Hawks a three-point lead with 1:02 left, added 14 points and nine rebounds. Jones had 12 points.

Huntingdon, which has won three straight, plays at Maryville on Dec. 5.

Tuskegee 70, Montevallo 64

TUSKEGEE — Camden Foster and James Eads had 17 points each for the Golden Tigers (4-1) in their second win over the Falcons (1-2). Kevin May added 14 points and Elijah McMillan nine. Terrell Lipkins’ 21 points led Montevallo. Tuskegee plays at St. Leo on Friday.

Idaho 69, Troy 63

DENTON, Texas — Wesley Person’s 27 points led Troy (2-3) in North Texas’ Mean Green Shootout. John Walton III added 16 points and B.J. Miller 10. Victor Sanders led Idaho (4-1) with 15 points. Troy faces North Texas today.


Alabama 72, Georgia State 56

TUSCALOOSA — Nikki Hegstetter had 14 points and nine rebounds for the Crimson Tide (4-0). Meoshonti Knight added 13 points, while Quanetria Bolton and Karyla Middlebrook had 12 each. Alabama faces Middle Tennessee on Friday in Reno, Nev.

Georgia Tech 80, Alabama State 54

ATLANTA — Kayla Stephens had nine points to lead ASU (1-3), which shot 34 percent. Aaliyah Whiteside was 13-of-16 on free throws and scored 23 points for the Yellow Jackets (4-1). Roddreka Rogers totaled 17 points and 13 rebounds. Georgia Tech was 34-of-51 on free throws, while the Hornets were 9-of-14. ASU hosts South Alabama on Dec. 3.

— From staff reports

(Compiled by A. Stacy Long)


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