Meridian Star

January 23, 2013

Roundup : Clarkdale girls blank Winona

from staff reports
The Meridian Star

MERIDIAN —     Behind goals from Kayla Phillips and Haley Hutcherson, the Clarkdale girls soccer team shut out host Winona 3-0 in the first round of the Class 1A/2A/3A playoffs Tuesday.

    The Bulldogs, who were state runners-up last season, host McLaurin on Saturday in the second round. McLaurin edged Mooreville 1-0.

— Jamie Wachter



Bay girls    5

NE Lauderdale    1

    The Trojans’ season ended on the road in the first round of the Class 4A playoffs Tuesday.

    No further details were reported.

— Jamie Wachter



Choctaw Central girls     5

Greenville-St. Joseph    0

    The Warriors won big at home Tuesday in the first round of the Class 1A/2A/3A playoffs and now will host South Pontotoc on Saturday in the second round. South Pontotoc hammered Forest 9-0.

    No further details were reported.

— Jamie Wachter



Philadelphia boys    2

Greenville-St. Joseph    0

    The Tornadoes won on the road Tuesday and will be rewarded with a home game Saturday against longtime rival Forest. The Bearcats beat Mooreville 4-2 on Tuesday in the first round of the Class 1A/2A/3A playoffs.

    No further details were reported.

— Jamie Wachter



Newton County    1

Bay boys    0, 2OT

    The Cougars won a thriller on the road Tuesday in the first round of the Class 4A playoffs. Newton County will travel to Greene County in the second round Saturday. The Wildcats beat Lawrence County 5-0.

    No further details were reported.

— Jamie Wachter



Oxford boys    3

Neshoba Central    1

    The Rockets’ season ended on the road Tuesday in the first round of the Class 5A playoffs.

    No further details were reported.

— Jamie Wachter



PREP BASKETBALL

SE Lauderdale girls    78

Choctaw Central    62

    Three Tigers finished with double-doubles as host Southeast downed rival Choctaw Central for the second time this season.

    Jasmine Bush finished with 19 points, 17 rebounds and four blocked shots to lead the Tigers (21-1, 5-0 in Division 5-3A), while Tay Ruffin added 19 points and 10 rebounds. Crystal Clay also had 18 points, 20 rebounds and four blocked shots, while Charaie Harbin chipped in with 10 points.

    The Warriors, who fell to 16-3 and 4-1 in division, were paced by Candace Lasillo’s 18 points, Kristen Dixon’s 15 and Maleah Isaac’s 10.

— Jamie Wachter



Meridan girls    46

Oak Grove    44

    Kayla Gordon and Miracle Dubose each scored 19 points to guide the Wildcats to the road win Tuesday in Division 5-6A.

    Meridian, which improved to 19-3 and 4-1, hosts Hattiesburg on Friday.

— Jamie Wachter



Meridian boys    65

Oak Grove    33

    Jaricus Hubbard scored 19 points to lead three Wildcats in double figures Tuesday.

    Dennis Miles added 15 points and 14 rebounds, while Jorden Andrews also finished with 15 points for Meridian, which improved to 18-5 and 5-0 in Division 5-6A. The Wildcats host Hattiesburg on Friday with first place in the division on the line.

— Jamie Wachter



Clarkdale girls    44

Enterprise    42

    Clarkdale edged rival Enterprise on the road Tuesday.

    Ashley Dunn  led Clarkdale, which improved to 5-13 and 2-5 in the division, with 18 points. Clarkdale hosts Lake on Friday.

    Enterprise was paced by Olivia Martin’s 18.

— Jamie Wachter



Clarkdale boys    48

Enterprise    45

    Daniel Cameron and Jerome Atkins each finished with 12 points to pace four Clarkdale players in double digits on the road Tuesday.

    Henry Scott and Derias Croft both added 10 points for the Bulldogs, who improved to 3-13 and 1-6 in the division. Clarkdale hosts Lake on Friday.

    Enterprise was led by Cade Gibson’s 21, while Brandon Whitaker added 11.

— Jamie Wachter



Lamar girls    58

Wayne Academy    19

    Olivia Mabry scored 17 points to lead four Raiders in double figures Tuesday.

    Allie Shirley added 11 points, while Lallie Bennett and Natalie Williams each finished with 10. Lamar, which improved to 21-4, visits Laurel Christian on Thursday.

— Jamie Wachter



Veritas girls    61

Russell Christian    13

    Haley Fuller led the Warriors with nine points and 13 rebounds as RCA fell to 4-19 and 3-6 in the division.

    Russell visits Newton County Academy on Thursday.

— Jamie Wachter

Russell Christian    64

Veritas boys    36

    Kyle Russell led three Warriors in double figures after a 19-point, 10-rebound and seven blocks on Tuesday, while Tyler Bolden finished with 14 points and Dylan Nolan had 11.

    Russell, which improved to 16-4 overall and 6-3 in the division, travels to Newton County Academy on Thursday.

— Jamie Wachter



Newton Co. Aca.    59

Winston Aca. boys    35

    Tre’ Collins paced the Generals on the road Tuesday with 28 points and 19 rebounds, while Chance Collins added 14.

    NCA, which improved to 11-4, hosts Russell Christian Academy on Thursday.

— Jamie Wachter



Winston Aca. girls    63

Newton Co. Aca.    35

    Katie Bounds scored 13 points to lead NCA on the road Tuesday, while Hannah Brown added 11.

    The Generals, who fell to 9-12, host Russell Christian Academy on Thursday.

— Jamie Wachter



Quitman girls    42

Northeast Jones    37

    The Panthers remained unbeaten in Division 5-4A play Tuesday, edging the Tigers.

    Shonte Hailes led Quitman, which moved to 16-6 and 6-0, with 17 points, while Ameonia House added 10.

— Jamie Wachter



Northeast Jones    62

Quitman boys    49

    Jaylon Keys scored 27 points to lead the Tigers past Quitman on Tuesday. Josh Hosey added 10 for NEJ.

    The Panthers, who fell to 13-6 and 4-2 in Division 5-4A, was led by Josh Cannon’s 17 and Dequan Stanley’s 12.

— Jamie Wachter