Meridian Star


January 24, 2014

Area sports roundup: 01/25/14

High School basketball

Meridian boys 73

Brandon 49

    Jontavious Thomas led the Wildcats to a district-clinching win, scoring 19 points and recording 11 rebounds and eight blocks. Joel Baskins scored 19 points on 5-of-8 shooting from beyond the arch. Devontae Brewster was also in double figures with 18 points.

    Meridian (19-5, 6-0) will travel to Quitman Tuesday.

Meridian girls 55 OT

Brandon 49

Quitman boys 94

Forrest County AHS 46

    Darius Hicks led the Panthers with 17 points, while Tavarius Moore scored 16 and  Anterio McKines scored 12.    

    Quitman (16-7, 6-0) will travel to Meridian on Tuesday.

Quitman girls 63

Forrest County AHS 52

    Shonte’ Hailes led the Lady Panthers with 14 points and was followed by Jelisa Pearson and Akeyia McDyess with 11 apiece.

    Quitman moves to 16-4 overall and 6-0 in district.

SE Lauderdale boys 50

Choctaw Central 49

    Damion Will hit a buzzer-beater to help the Tigers beat their division rivals.

    James Gibson set up the play with an inbound lob pass with 3.8 to go in the game.

    Willis scored 18 points and was followed by Jarrett Jenkins with 14 points.

    Southeast (10-6, 4-0) will host Choctaw County Tuesday.

Choctaw Central girls 52

SE Lauderdale 32

    Melody Jimmie led the Lady Warriors with 18 points, while Candace Lasiloo scored 14 points. Gabrielle Cole scored 12 points and recorded 11 rebounds for Southeast.

Mt. Salis girls 58

Newton County Aca. 49

    Anna Grace Govero led Mt. Salis with 40 points. Haley Moorehead scored 12 for N.C.A. and Holly Jones scored 10.

Mt. Salis 50

Newton County Aca. 47

     Chance Collins missed a last-second three pointer to tie but led NCA (11-5) with 13 points and 11 rebounds.

    The Generals travel to Sylva Bay Tuesday night.

High School soccer

West Lauderdale girls 3

Meridian 2

    Hannah Byrd had a goal and an assist to lead West, while Clair Campbell and Jada Smith both scored for the Lady Knights.

    West (13-3-2) will host Magee in the first round of the 4A playoffs Tuesday night at 6 p.m.

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