Prep Roundup: WFH girls hoops team gets big win

Prep Roundup: WFH girls hoops team gets big win

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Prep Roundup: WFH girls hoops team gets big win

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Basketball on court

Basketball on court

The West Florida High girls basketball team defeated Washington for the first time in program history on Saturday, edging the visiting Wildcats 47-41 for one of the Jaguars biggest wins of the season.

Deja Jones scored 14 in the win while teammate Khadija Chambless added 12 – including two crucial three pointers in the fourth – to seal the win.

The Wildcats won’t have to wait long for a shot at payback as Washington hosts West Florida High on Thursday.

At West Florida High

West Florida High 47, Washington 41

Washington8 13 12 8–41

West Florida15 10 7 15–47

Washington – Gabby Lawrence 9, Roberts Jaila 8, Dazhnique Gould 7, Lauren Walker 3, Kaloni Pryear 6, Bre’a Rich 6, Sophia Madison 2.

West Florida High (11-7) – Deja Jones 14, Khadija Chambless 12, Natalie Nicks 8, Chloe Radford 8, Faithe Franklin 3, Lakirstan Hooks 2.

Stats: Franklin 7 assists; Radford 7 rebounds.

Next: West Florida travels to Washington on Thursday.

Catholic picks up first district win

Titanna Flemings had 12 points and Kiley Brady added 10 as the Catholic Crusaders won their District 1-4A contest against North Bay Haven 33-30.

Catholic plays again on Tuesday when it travels to Walton for another district game.

At Catholic

Catholic 33, North Bay Haven 30

North Bay Haven8 7 11 4–30

Catholic12 10 1 10–33

Catholic (4-11, 1-3) – Titanna Flemings 12, Kiley Brady 10, Brook LaBounty 2, Jenna Falco 6, Serena Bruder 1, Ramsey Robison 2.

Next: Catholic plays 6 p.m. Tuesday at Walton.

Pensacola High tops Crestview

Senior guard Victoria Samuel turned in a double double on the road (11 points, 10 rebounds) and the Pensacola High Tigers defeated Crestview 48-41.

Autumn Goram and Marada Walker added 12 and 13 points, respectively, in the win.

At Crestview

Pensacola High 48, Crestview 41

Pensacola High12 12 7 17–48

Crestview7 11 8 15–41

Pensacola High (12-5) – Autumn Goram 12, Marada Walker 13, Joy Singer 2, Victoria Samuel 11, Mia Dumas 1, Takeisha Reasor 6, Tehya Hollins 1.

Stats: Samuel 10 rebounds, 4 steals; Reasor 8 rebounds; Goram 3 steals; Walker 3 steals.

Next: Pensacola High hosting Escambia Tuesday.

Boys basketball

Raiders defeat Foley

Demetre Page turned in 18 points and Tre Baker contributed a double double (13 points, 10 rebounds) as the Navarre Raiders defeated visiting Foley (Ala.) 53-43 on Saturday.

At Navarre

Navarre 53, Foley, Ala. 43

Foley17 8 9 9–43

Navarre10 12 14 17–53

Navarre (11-7, 1-1) – Juwan Bracey 6, Tyrese Harvey 5, Demetre Page 18, Tre Baker 13, Quinton Wylie 2, Dominic Riddle 5, Marcus Richardson 4.

Stats: Baker 10 rebounds; Richardson 10 rebounds; Bracey 5 assists.

Next: Navarre hosts Fort Walton Beach at 7:30 p.m. on Tuesday.

PCA picks up third district win

Austin Lewis scored 16 points and Elliott Lockett added 12 as Pensacola Christian Academy improved to 3-2 in District 1-3A with a 50-43 win against visiting North Florida Christian.

Alex Dickerman contributed a double double with 10 points and 17 rebounds – a season-high for the junior.

At Pensacola Christian Academy

Pensacola Christian Academy 50, North Florida Christian 43

North Florida8 7 12 16–43

Pensacola Christian8 11 9 22–50

North Florida Christian – Osterland 19, M. Scott 11, Scott 6, Clemons 4, Walker 3.

Pensacola Christian Academy (8-7, 3-2) – Austin Lewis 16, Elliott Lockett 12, Alex Dickerman 10, Micah Johnson 6, Nathan Middleton 3, Patrick Murphy 2, Austin Flack 1.

Stats: Dickerman 17 rebounds.

Next: Pensacola Christian Academy plays again on Thursday at Flomaton.

Central defeats Jay

Cody Abel and Chase Dixon scored 21 points each and the Central Jaguars defeated visiting Jay 68-54 on Saturday.

Abel tacked on 11 rebounds for a double double in the win.

At Central

Central 68, Jay 54

Jay9 20 6 19–54

Central12 14 18 24–68

Jay – Justic Brewton 28, Trenton Powell 1, Reid Kelley 4, Jackson Flowers 2, Steven Archer 13, Joseph Cook 6.

Central (11-6) – Brandon Moore 4, Brad Moye 5, Cody Abel 21, Chase Dixon 21, Tristan Ellison 14, Tyler Shook 2.

Stats: Abel 11 rebounds; Dixon 2 steals.

Next: Central hosts Paxton on Tuesday.

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