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Brandon Evans LED BTW magnet boys basketball team on Friday 40.

But Donnie Williams LED park is divided into 16 Thunderbird play yellow jacket 78-63 cross.

Jahod buck and Titus Sizemore each increase of 12 points.

Robert E. Lee 81,

Northview 55

Tommy Burton had 23 points and Trent Clayton had 21 points and 10 rebounds as for the Generals (8-1).

Jonathan Wiley scored 16 for the Generals (8-1).

The Cougars (6-2) were led by Jovante Lee, who scored 16 points.

Lee plays at Smiths Station at 7 p.m. Monday.

Catholic 57,

Alabama Christian 34

Jacob Winston and Reggie Gee each had 17 points to lead Catholic. Winston added five blocks for the Knights, and Harry Harris scored 12 points. David Poole led the Eagles with 12 points, and Grayson Blackwell added 10. Catholic travels to play Prattville Christian on Tuesday.

Trinity 50, LAMP 33

Noble Clark had 15 points and eight rebounds for Trinity. Samuel Ames and Pat Williams each added 12.

Alex Hightaian had eight points for LAMP.

Trinity plays at Alabama Christian on Monday, while LAMP plays at St. James on Tuesday.

Central-Hayneville 72,

Highland Home 28

HIGHLAND HOME – Markeazz Holcombe had 11 points for Central (3-2), who plays at Southside-Selma on Tuesday.

Marcus Mitchell and Khalil Blocton each scored 10.

Andalusia 69, Opp 33

ANDALUSIA – Trevor Parker's 25 points led the Bulldogs. Keshun Townsend and Devantae Jackson each added 10. Reggie Thompson and Hennis Washington each had eight points for the Bobcats (1-2).

Daleville 53,

Georgiana 50 (OT)

ANDALUSIA – Jeremy Sims had 13 points for Georgiana (5-1), who will compete today in the third place game in the Straughn tournament. Devin McMeans and Richard Boggan each added 11. The Panthers played without leading scorer Jacquez Payton.

Wetumpka 47,

Stanhope Elmore 32

MILLBROOK – Stacey Lucas led the Indians with 19 points.

Edgewood 45,

Autauga Academy 37

ELMORE – Jordon Edgeworth had 15 points and six assists for the Wildcats.

GIRLS BASKETBALL

LAMP 58, Trinity 52

LAMP (3-1) had three players record a double-double as the Golden Tigers got their first area win. Jessica Mahoney had 15 points and 13 rebounds. Brittany Stallworth scored 13, and Alayah Washington had 11.

Ann Lee Curles had 15 points for Trinity (2-2). Leslie Schuneman had 12 points, and Sophie Burks added 11.

LAMP plays at St. James on Tuesday, while Trinity travels to Alabama Christian.

Jeff Davis 76,

G.W. Carver 44

Tia Manora led all scorers with 24 points for Jeff Davis (10-2), who will play at Thompson at 5 p.m. next Thursday.

The Vols also got 18 points each from Ahyiona Vason and Kayla Jackson.

Ahyiona Vason and Kayla Jackson each scored 18 points. Tatyana Calhoun had 10 points for the Wolverines.

Robert E. Lee 54,

Northview 22

Tykeria Williams led Lee with 12 points. Mia Collins grabbed 10 rebounds for the Generals.

Alyrsia Holt led all scorers with 13 points for the Cougars.

Lee (9-2) travels to Smiths Station on Monday.

Alabama Christian 59,

Catholic 56

Olivia Hatcher had 18 points for the Eagles, who handed the Knights their first loss of the season. Katlyn Podein scored 14, and Kodee Harrison had 11 for ACA.

Catholic's Iyana Tate had 17 points and 11 rebounds. Michaelyn Foster had 12 points, and Jessie Clark scored 11 for the Knights (6-1), who will travel to Prattville Christian on Tuesday.

Wetumpka 88,

Stanhope Elmore 71

MILLBROOK – Alaysha Clark scored 29 points to lead the Indians. Shadeja Wright Lucas added 20 points.

Andalusia 54, Opp 20

ANDALUSIA – Kiesha Comer scored 13 points for the Bulldogs. Aaliyah Lawrence had 12 points, and Alexis Lawrence added 10. Ariyon Hightower had eight points for the Bobcats (0-3).

VOLLEYBALL

ASU falls to Florida

in NCAA tournament

GAINESVILLE, Fla. – Alabama State lost to No. 5 Florida 25-13, 25-12, 25-12 in the first round of the NCAA tournament.

Brooke Beasley had five kills, 13 assists, four digs and a block for the Hornets.

Briana Dorsey had five kills and a block. Chelsey Scott added four kills.

MEN'S BASKETBALL

AUM 88,

Huntingdon 65

Brandon Howard scored a career-high 25 points for the Warhawks (5-5).

Bobby Thompson added 14 points and seven rebounds for AUM. Jeremy Newton had 10 points, eight rebounds, six assists and five steals.

Dontavius Washington and Alex Layson led Huntingdon (0-5) with 13 points each. Andre Ashley had 11 points and 13 rebounds.

AUM plays at Selma at 7:30 p.m. Monday, while Huntingdon hosts Sewanee at 2 p.m. today.

— From staff reportsSource:montgomeryadvertiser.com

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