Friday’s Games

GIRLS

At Moss

Moss 54, Roff 42

ROFF    10      7    10    15  —  42

MOSS    13    17    12    12  —  54

ROFF: NaTosha Logsdon 14, Lauren Trimmer 12, Jordan Grinstead 10, Casey Kelley 2, Sarah Gross 2, J.J. Stewart 2.

MOSS: Kelby White 21, Carlee Talley 15, Mattie Moss 10, Kaity Foster 4, Tete Vance 2, Karley Buckner 2.

3-point goals: Trimmer 4 (R), White 2 (M)

Fouled Out: None

NOTEWORTHY: Kelby White and Carlee Talley combined for 36 point to offset a double-double (14 points and 14 rebounds) by Roff center NaTosha Logsdon and handed the Lady Tigers their second straight loss to open the season. Freshman Lauren Trimmer was 4-of-6 from beyond the arc to finish with 12 points, and Jordan Grinstead added 10 points, but no other Roff player scored more than two points in the loss.

COACHES QUOTE: “We had one bad quarter. We’re just not getting it done yet.” — Roff coach Scott Roe.

Team Records: Roff 0-2.

Up Next: Roff at Varnum Tuesday.

At Asher

Springer 33, Asher 29

SPRINGER    6    14    4    9  —  33

ASHER    6    5    13    5  —  29

SPRINGER: Linderal Petties 13, Audrey White 7, Alejandra Huerta 7, Chelsea Whitfield 4, Brittany White 2.

ASHER: Jamee McDonald 11, Erin Casey 8, Brandi Doshier 4, Summer Wauhdooah 2, Sara Wauhdooah 2, Alissa Oliphant 1, Kasadi Reimers 1.

3-point goals: McDonald 2 (A).

Fouled Out: A. White (S).

NOTEWORTHY: Asher battled back from a 20-11 halftime deficit to take a three-point lead in the fourth quarter, but Springer scored the final seven points to steal the win. Jamee McDonald scored 11 points and Erin Casey added eight to lead Asher.

COACHES QUOTE: “We dug ourselves a hole early and fought back, but we just weren’t able to finish.” — Asher coach Jason Schroeder.

Team Records: Asher 0-1.

Up Next: Liberty Academy at Asher Tuesday.

At Tupelo

Tupelo 49, Kiowa 44

KIOWA      6    12    13    13  —  44

TUPELO    11    18    7    13  —  49

KIOWA: Tiffany Layton 22, Miranda Stiles 12, Rylie Smith 6, Christie Weeks 2, Jordan Armstrong 2.

TUPELO: Shanna Davidson 18, Chesna Henry 10, Grace Leland 9, Landra Nelson 5, Tamara Thompson 5, Kate McCoy 2.

3-point goals: Stiles 3, Layton (K), Davidson, Leland (T).

Fouled Out: Kaylin Howard (K).

NOTEWORTHY: Shanna Davidson had 18 points and five rebounds, and Chesna Henry added 10 points and five boards as Tupelo beat Kiowa despite committing 31 turnovers. The Lady Tigers build a 29-18 halftime lead but saw it cut to five in a mistake-filled third quarter. Grace Leland added nine points and six rebounds, and Tamara Thompson had five points and game-high nine boards for Tupelo, which hit 17-of-23 free throws and 52 percent from the field while forcing 24 turnovers.

COACHES QUOTE: “We’ve just got to stop the turnovers.” — Tupelo coach Bill Godwin.

Team Records: Tupelo 2-0.

Up Next: Tupelo at Stringtown Tuesday.

At Stonewall

Stonewall 49, Colbert 39

COLBERT      9    14      8      8  —  39

STONEWALL    15      6    18    10  —  49

COLBERT: Morgan Wright 11, Taylor Lyons 7, Miranda Reid 5, Haylee Wilson 4, Logan Carvall 4, Tara Andrews 3, Taylor Reeves 3, Ginacee Mowls 2.

STONEWALL: Brittany Gipson 13, Brettney Brady 10, Savannah Burwell 8, Bradianne Daniel 6, Kim Helms 6, Paige Curtis 4, Breann Gipson 2.

3-point goals: Andrews, Reed, Reeves (C), Burwell 2, Brady, Brittany Gipson, Daniel (S).

Fouled Out: None

NOTEWORTHY: Brittany Gipson scored 13 points to pace a balanced attack, and point guard Brettney Brady had a solid all-around game with 10 points, seven assists and five steals as Stonewall (No. 19 in Class A) overcame foul trouble to rally for the victory. The Lady Longhorns trailed 23-21 at intermission and had all three of their post players — Paige Curtis, Brittany Gipson and Breann Gipson — in foul trouble. Stonewall, which finished 17-for-39 from the field despite hitting just 2-of-13 shots in the second quarter, went to a smaller lineup in the second half and outscored the Lady Leopards 24-16 en route to the victory.

COACHES QUOTE: “We came out kind of guard-oriented in the third quarter and kind of pulled away.” — Stonewall coach Christie Jennings.

Team Records: Stonewall 2-0

Up Next: Stonewall at Pittsburg Tuesday.

BOYS

At Tupelo

Tupelo 49, Kiowa 35

KIOWA    11    8    5    11  —  35

TUPELO    16    9    14    10  —  49

KIOWA: Shane Shields 12, Taylor Kellogg 7, John Horn 5, Cole James 3, Josh Middleton 3, Bailey Foris 2, Trent Swan 2, Hunter Cristman 1.

TUPELO: Jake Sanders 15, Jacota Carrell 10, Chat Henry 7, Matt Benedict 6, Brandon Maggia 5, Tanner Davis 4, H. D. Bullard 2.

3-point goals: Kellogg, Middleton (K), Sanders 2, Benedict 2, Carrell (T).

Fouled Out: Swan (K).

NOTEWORTHY: Jake Sanders had a solid all-around game with 15 points, six rebounds, five steals and six assists, and Tupelo overcame a 10-for-27 night at the free throw line to remain unbeaten. Jacota Carrell added 10 points and Chat Henry had seven points and seven rebounds for the Tigers, who broke open a tight game by outscoring the visitors 25-16 after intermission.

COACHES QUOTE: “I thought we played four strong quarters, which was an improvement from Tuesday. We limited out turnovers. The only disappointment was we didn’t shoot the ball too well from the free throw line.” — Tupelo coach Clay Weller.

Team Records: Tupelo 2-0.

Up Next: Tupelo at Stringtown Tuesday.

At Moss

Roff 49, Moss 40

ROFF      2    17    8    22  —  49

MOSS    10      9    5    16  —  40

ROFF: Brendon Barr 37, Tim Wallen 7, Remington Pope 3, Shane Wise 2.

MOSS: Cody Robinson 12, Ben Larney 10, Wyatt Jones 7, Tye Rambo 6, Tiger 3, Mike Olivo 2.

3-point goals: Barr 4 (R), Robinson 4, Jones (M).

Fouled Out: None

NOTEWORTHY: Brendon Barr scored a career-high 37 points as Roff rallied from a 10-2 first-quarter deficit and outscored Moss 47-30 over the final three periods. Tim Wallen added seven points for the Tigers, who rebounded from a one-point loss to Vanoss in their season opener.

COACHES QUOTE: “On the defensive end of the floor we were solid all night long. We played hard and rebounded well. Brendon just had one of those nights when the goal was really big for him.” — Roff coach Kale Simon.

Team Records: Roff 1-1

Up Next: Roff at Varnum Tuesday.

At Asher

Asher 34, Springer 16

SPRINGER    2    5    4      5  —  16

ASHER    9    9    3    13  —  34

SPRINGER: Chase Satterwhite 8, Brock Coffelt 4, Sammy Roe 2, Tyler Harris 1, Quan Brown 1.

ASHER: C. J. Sisco 14, Zac Fowler 11, Damian Doshier 4, Matt Palmer 2, Trent Boles 2, Dalton Hockley 1.

3-point goals: Sisco 2, Fowler (A).

Fouled Out: None

NOTEWORTHY: C. J. Sisco scored 14 points and Zac Fowler added 11 to lead Asher to the season-opening victory over punchless Springer.

COACHES QUOTE: “Defensively we were really good for the whole game. We have a lot of work to do on the offensive end of the court.” — Asher coach Jason Schroeder.

Team Records: Asher 1-0

Up Next: Liberty Academy at Asher Tuesday.

At Stonewall

Colbert 54, Stonewall 41

COLBERT    16    19    14      5  —  54

STONEWALL      9    10    10    12  —  41

COLBERT: Keith Scruggs 20, Nathan Roach 15, Preston Rice 10, Caleb Shoemake 7, Charles Adams 2.

STONEWALL: Dakota McCollum 17, Dakota Gore 6, Lonoke Payne 6, David Hamilton 5, Dillon Munday 4, Marcus Sandy 2, Dakota Morgan 1.

3-point goals: Scruggs 4, Shumake, Rice (C), Hamilton (S).

Fouled Out: None

NOTEWORTHY: Stonewall trimmed a 35-19 halftime deficit to seven in the second half but couldn’t get closer. Dakota McCollum scored 17 for the Longhorns, but no other Stonewall player had more than six points in the loss.

COACHES QUOTE: “We just couldn’t get anything going offensively in the first half. We battled back in the second half.” — Stonewall coach Wes Moreland.

Team Records: Stonewall 0-2.

Up Next: Stonewall at Pittsburg Tuesday.

Tuesday’s Games

BOYS

At Tupelo

Tupelo 63, Wapanucka 48

WAPY      5      8    22    13  —  48

TUPELO    22    15    13    13  —  63

 WAPANUCKA: Stetson Taylor 19, Osmar Manriquez 18, Bobby Martin 5, James Martin 2, Charles Russell 2, Destri Wood 2.

TUPELO: Tanner David 15, Jake Frazier 14, Jake Sanders 7, Jakota Carrell 7, Matt Benedict 7, Chat Henry 6, H. D. Bullard 5, Brandon Maggia 2.

3-point goals: Taylor 3 (W), Benedict 2 (T).

Fouled Out: None

NOTEWORTHY:  Tanner Davis had a double-double with 15 points and 10 rebounds, and Jake Frazier added 14 points for Tupelo, which built a 37-13 halftime lead and cruised to the season-opening victory.  

COACHES QUOTE: “I thought we played a really good first half. I was pleased with our intensity and our execution. We have to do a better job of keeping up the intensity. We kind of relaxed in the second half.” — Tupelo coach Clay Weller.

Team Records: Tupelo 1-0, Wapanucka 0-1

At Tupelo

Tupelo 61, Wapanucka 35

WAPANUCKA      7      7    13    8  —  35

TUPELO    28    15    11    7  —  61

WAPANUCKA: Stormy Donahue 11, Amber Holman 7, McKayla Lowe 5, Navee McCarty 4, Brittany McDonald 2.

TUPELO: Shanna Davidson 31, Grace Leland 11, Amber Thompson 10, Kelsey Warner 4, Landra Nelson 2, Hayley Fowler 2, Kirsten Chamberlain 1.

3-point goals: Holman (W).

Fouled out: None.

NOTEWORTHY: The Lady Tigers opened their season in impressive fashion, storming to a 28-7 first-quarter lead and never looking back. Shanna Davidson has a big debut for Tupelo, pouring in a game-high 31 points. Grace Leland and Amber Thompson also reached double digits with 11 and 10 points, respectively.

COACHES QUOTE: “I was pleased with the way we won the game, but at times we played lackadaisical. We didn’t handle the ball well at times like we should have, but other than that I was pretty pleased.” — Tupelo head coach Bill Godwin.

Team Records: Tupelo 1-0, Wapanucka 0-1

 

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