Meridian Star


January 19, 2013

Roundup — Southeast boys soccer clinches division title

MERIDIAN —      The Southeast Lauderdale boys soccer team made history Friday night, netting the program’s first division championship with a 3-0 win against Choctaw Central.

     Scoring for the Tigers, who will host a Class 1A/2A/3A first-round playoff game Tuesday, were Andrew Bernard, Josh Brown and Josh Johnson.

— Jamie Wachter

Clarkdale girls    3

Philadelphia    0

     The Bulldogs got a division win behind goals from Kayla Phillips, Haley Hutcherson and Haley Dupre with an assist from Reagan Dupre.

— Jamie Wachter

Oak Grove    1

Meridian girls    0

     The Wildcats, who were eliminated from playoff contention Tuesday, were edged by the rival Warriors in Friday’s season finale. Meridian, which had just two seniors, finishes the season 12-6-2.

— Jamie Wachter


SE Lauderdale     74

Heidelberg girls 17

     The Tigers rolled in Division 5-3A play Friday as they trounced the Oilers, getting double-doubles from Crystal Clay and Jasmine Bush.

     Clay led Southeast, which improved to 20-1 and 4-0 in the division, with 23 points and 10 rebounds, while Bush added 16 points and 10 rebounds. Kamesha Pringle had 12 points.

— Jamie Wachter

Meridian boys    81

Hattiesburg    59

     Torlorf Thomas led four Wildcats in double figures with 21 as MHS moved to 17-4 and 4-0 in Division 5-6A on the road.

     Also finishing in double figures for Meridian were Jorden Andrews with 18, Dennis Miles with 15 and Davontae Brewster with 13.

     The Wildcats play Vicksburg on Monday in the MLK Shootout at Lanier.

— Jamie Wachter


EMCC men    76

NE Mississippi    62

     Staked to a 40-35 halftime lead, Northeast increased the margin to seven points and continued to maintain a five-point lead (53-48) with just over 11 minutes remaining in regulation. A 3-pointer by Lion freshman guard Mack Foster ignited a 10-0 EMCC run that put the visitors back on top for the first time since midway through the opening half.

     Improving to 9-4 overall and 2-0 within the division, the Lions received 47 combined points from sophomore transfers Jarekious Bradley — 26 points — and Brown, who finished with 21 points and 11 rebounds.

— from school reports

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