Tuesday, Nov. 27
at Cold Springs
Cold Springs 48, Southeastern 32
Jordan Graham led the Mustangs with 12 points and Jacob Roberston had 10 points.
at Coosa Christian
Coosa Christian 57, Susan Moore 34
The Susan Moore Bulldogs traveled to Coosa Christian and came up short with a 57-34 loss. Tanner Sisson led the Bulldogs with 19 points.
Susan Moore 57, Coosa Christian 39
The Lady Bulldogs dominated against Coosa Christian and ended the game with a 57-39 win. Hallie Holmes led the team with 19 points, five rebounds, four assists, and was 4-4 from the free throw line. Morgan Holland had 11 points, nine rebounds, and five steals. Kinsley Quick had 10 points and three rebounds.
Gardendale 55, Hayden 22
The Hayden JV boys lost to Gardendale 55-22. Kason Marlin led the scorers with seven points.
Gardendale 33, Hayden 26
The Hayden JV girls defeated Gardendale 33-26. Felecity Duke led all scorers with 13, Melody Large and Becca Benton both had six.
Gardendale 68, Hayden 57
The Hayden varsity boys lost to 6A Gardendale 68- 57. It was a four to five point game until late. After a quarter it was tied at 13. At halftime Gardendale had a 30-29 advantage. After three quarters the Rockets had a 50-45 lead. Collin Chappell led all scorers with 29, and Derrick Bradford and Silas Miller both contributed eight each.
Gardendale 35, Hayden 48
The Hayden varsity girls defeated 6A Gardendale 48-35. Leading scorers were Harlee Kate Reid with 13, Lindsey Smith with 11, and Lani Adams with seven.
Thursday, Nov. 29
Southeastern 65, J.B. Pennington 59
The Mustangs were led by Jordan Graham with 30 points. Austin Leith had 15 points and Jacob Robertson had 14 points.
Pennington was led by Jaxon Bullard with 23 points. Austin Baker had 14 points.
Friday, Nov. 30
Locust Fork 64, Cleveland 43
The Lady Hornets were led by Carissa Horton, who made a triple-double with 22 points, 16 rebounds, 10 assists, and five steals. Maleah Adams had 14 points and six rebounds. Shelly Bailey had nine points, three blocks, three steals and three assists. Skylar Massey had nine points.
Cleveland was led by Josie Roddom with 17 points. Mariana Sosa had seven points and 11 rebounds.
at Jefferson Christian
Jefferson Christian 55, Southeastern 46
Jordan Graham led the Mustangs with 21 points. Jacob Robertson contributed 11 points.
Jefferson Christian went to the free throw line 19 times, hitting 11 of their attempts. Southeastern made one of their only two free throws.
at Susan Moore
Hanceville 59, Susan More 44
Susan Moore remained close with Hanceville. They were down by only three points the last three minutes of the game, but the game got out of hand when the Bulldogs had three consecutive turnovers. Micah Ogles led Susan Moore with 22 points and 12 rebounds. Isaiah Kemp had seven points. Varsity Girls Susan Moore 76, Hanceville 35
It was a solid game for the Lady Bulldogs. Susan Moore was led by Morgan Holland with 26 points, three rebounds, three assists, and six steals. McKenzie Standridge made a great showing with a double-double, 15 points and 11 rebounds, three assists, and four steals.
Kelly Picket led Hanceville with 19 points and six rebounds.
at J.B. Pennington
Hayden 33, J.B. Pennington 38
Hayden had a 9-8 lead after the first quarter. The game was tied at 17 at halftime. The Tigers outscored the Wildcats 10-0 to take a lead going into the last quarter. Hayden’s Caiden Calvert had five three-pointers and finished with a game high of 17. The Tiger’s Matthew Smith had 13, and Sawyer Heptinstall scored 10.
Hayden, 44, J.B. Pennington 11
The Wildcats had a 12-9 lead after one quarter and built a 27-11 lead at halftime. The Wildcats held the Tigers scoreless in the second half. J.B. Pennington’s Emma Whitehead had all 11 Tiger points. Becca Benton led Hayden with 11 points. Marissa Painter had 10, Melody Large had nine, and Mallie Williams had eight.
Hayden 68, J.B. Pennington 61
The Wildcats led 21-18 after the first quarter. The Tigers led 28-27 at the half, but Hayden outscored the Tigers 25-16 in the third quarter to build a 52-44 lead. J.B. Pennington’s Austin Baker had 22 to lead all scorers. Jaxon Bullard had 15 and Noah Allison had 13. Hayden’s Collin Chappell led with 13 points, Owen Gooch followed closely behind with four three-pointers for 12 points, and Carson Rickels had 10.
Hayden 63, J.B. Pennington 35
The Wildcats built a 14 piont lead after one quarter and a 16 point lead at halftime (34-18). At the end of the third Hayden led 50-26. Hayden had three scorers in double figures: Gracie Benton with 17, and Harlee Kate Reid and Audrey Veazey had 15. J.B. Pennington’s leading scorers were Madison Lipscomb with 14 and Makayla Head with nine.
Monday, Dec. 3
Oneonta 62, Sardis 44
Eric Moore led the Redskins with 15 points, six rebounds and two steals. Brandon Howard had 14 points, six rebounds, and two steals. Jacob Green contributed 10 points.
Oneonta 49, Sardis 21
The Redskins jumped to a 23-13 lead by halftime and remained solid over the Lions. Britney Chavez led Oneonta with 24 points, eight rebounds, two assists, and three steals. Savannah Robertson contributed 12 points, six rebounds, one assist, and four steals to the Redskin win.
Cleveland 29, Hayden 42
The Hayden Junior High boys defeated Cleveland behind Kyler Leamon’s 17 points. Hayden’s Logan Cox contributed 11. Cleveland’s top scorer was Will Corder with 13.
Cleveland 17, Hayden 45
Leading scorers for Hayden were Kylie Tyler with 14, and Miah Simmions and Ansley Armstrong each with 11. Cleveland was led by Caleigh Smith with seven and Emma Thomson with six.