December 26-30 Report

December 26-30 Report

Wow, what a week of basketball. Over 1,000 miles and 5 nights in the hotel. I loved getting back to the games again. I had the opportunity to catch up with a lot of friends and meet tons of new ones. Saw some great players, teams and games this past week.

This report will cover the following games or events: Paul Wallace Classic from Vancleave, Adidas Holiday Classic from Gulfport, McComb Holiday Classic, Enterprise Holiday Invitational, Kirk Academy Classic and the Domino’s/Cannon Basketball Challenge from South Panola.


Tuesday December 26, 2017

Paul Wallace Classic

From Vancleave HS

Vancleave HS

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#117 MS George County Rebels 7-6 (6A Lucedale, MS) 66

#103 MS D’Iberville Warriors 5-5 (6A D’Iberville, MS) 58

George County managed to hold off a late surge by D’Iberville to earn the win. The Rebels were led by Cameron Hartfield (6-2 ’18 G George County 31 pts 11-19 fg 4-5 ft 3 3’s 7 reb 3 ast 3 st).

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Cameron Hartfield 6-2 ’18 G George County

George County (traveled 32 miles)

’18’s

Jamar Jackson 5-11 G 13 pts 4-4 fg 2 3’s 3 reb 2 ast

’19’s

Haden Gentry 6-3 2 reb 3 ast 2 st 2 blk

Ron Miller 5-9 7 pts 3-3 ft 2 reb

Max Noblitt 5-6 PG 5 pts 4 reb 4 ast 3 st

Dylan Lawerence 6-5 C 10 pts 5-5 fg 6 reb 4 st

D’Iberville (traveled 22 miles)

’18’s

Bryson Suber 5-10 G 9 pts 3 3’s

Lazarius Ratcliff 6-2 SF 6 pts 3 reb 2 ast

Shamond Hoye 5-7 PG 25 pts 9-12 ft 2 3’s

Clint Hawkins 6-2 F/C 11 pts 4 reb


#66 MS Stone Tomcats 13-3 (5A Wiggins, MS) 53

#214 MS Moss Point Tigers 1-9 (4A Moss Point, MS) 48

Stone hard a very impressive performance fueled by a big second quarter for the win. Stone is a team that can make a serious push in Jackson. They are deep, long, talented, and have multiple players at every position with size. Cortez McCarty (6-5 ’19 G/F 3.0 GPA Stone 2 blk) is a high flyer that transferred in from George County. Cameron McDonald (6-2 ’19 G Stone 4 pts 4 reb 2 ast) is a long guard/wing similar to Cortez and both of them possess a deadly mid-range game. Enrique Whaley (6-1 ’18 PG Stone 9 pts 2 reb 7 ast 4 st) provides leadership and is a speedy guard that can get into the lane and score or find an open shooter. The change of pace guard is Dalan Breland (6-0 190 lbs ’19 PG 3.0 GPA Stone 5 pts 5 reb 3 ast). He is a rock solid and strong point that rebounds very well and runs the team with patience and composure in the half court set. His passes are crisp and effective after he throws a nasty pass fake. Parker Owens (6-4 ’18 SG Stone 10 pts 2 3’s 2 reb 2 st) is a very composed outside shooter with a nice size frame. Jeremiah Montgomery (6-6 ’20 C Stone 2 reb) provides a defensive presence down low. Keondre Booker (6-3 ’19 F Moss Point 6 pts 9 reb 3 st 3 blk) looked impressive in the loss for Moss Point. Stone went on to win the Paul Wallace Tournament Championship.

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Dalan Breland 6-0 ’19 PG Stone

Stone (traveled 45 miles)

’18’s

Nathan Fairley 5-10 G 3 pts 4 reb

Caleb Chandler 5-10 G 13 pts 3 3’s 2 st

Brian Milton 6-2 F 4 pts 5 reb

’19’s

Fred Land 6-1 C 6 reb

Kendrick Dennis 6-4 C 3 reb

Moss Point (traveled 17 miles)

’18’s

LeShaun Coleman 6-4 F 8 pts

’19’s

Jonathan Covan 6-0 G/F 14 pts

Cameron Jones 6-2 G/F 13 pts 7-9 ft

’20’s

Octavious Weber 5-8 PG 3 pts


#159 MS Vancleave Bulldogs 5-8 (4A Vancleave, MS) 44

#136 MS Greene County Wildcats 9-4 (4A Leakesville, MS) 41

Jonathan “Jon Jon” Knight (6-3 ’18 G 3.46 GPA 20 ACT Vancleave 18 pts, 10 in 3rd qtr, 6-7 ft 2 3’s 7 reb 6 ast 2 st) knocked down 2 free-throws with :45 seconds remaining to take the 41-39 lead. He then stole the ball on the next defensive possession and advanced the ball to Tyler Martin (6-0 ’19 F Vancleave 2 pts 2-2 ft) on the break. Martin got fouled and sank both free-throws to help seal the victory. Knight showed to be a leader and Coach on the court for his team. Jared Nicholson (6-5 ’19 C Greene County 8 pts, all in 2nd half, 12 reb 3 ast 2 st) looked impressive for Greene County.

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Jon Jon Knight 6-3 ’18 G 3.46 GPA 20 ACT Vancleave

Vancleave (home team)

’18’s

Xavier “X” Bass 6-4 F 3.03 GPA 19 ACT 6 pts 8 reb 3 st 2 charges taken

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Xavier Bass 6-4 ’18 F Vancleave

’19’s

Avery Moody 5-7 G 3 pts

’20’s

Kris Johnson 6-1 SG 11 pts 3 3’s

Greene County (traveled 56 miles)

’18’s

LaRue Weaver 6-5 G/F 11 pts 3 3’s 3 reb

Derrick Grice 6-3 F 10 pts 5-6 ft

’19’s

Darrall Johnson 5-8 G 12 pts


Wednesday December 27, 2017

Paul Wallace Classic

From Vancleave HS

#70 MS Ocean Springs Greyhounds 11-6 (6A Ocean Springs, MS) 58

#165 MS East Central Hornets 5-7 (4A Moss Point, MS) 43

Ocean Springs used a big fourth quarter to get past East Central. Malcom “Mac” Magee (6-0 ’18 G/F 3.4 GPA 18 ACT Ocean Springs 15 pts 12 reb 2 ast 2 st) had a big game for Ocean Springs. Ryan Black (6-1 ’18 G 3.4 GPA 23ACT Ocean Springs 12 pts 3-3 ft 5 reb 3 ast) had an off day shooting but provided leadership for his team. East Central looked to be a team that is headed in the right direction and might be able to make a run in the playoffs. Terrell Hooks (6-0 ’18 G East Central) and freak athlete Tony Brown (5-8 ’18 G East Central 5 pts) are two good guards. James Patton (6-3 ’18 G/F East Central 12 pts 4 reb 2 st) and Elijah Newsome (6-2 ’19 G East Central 7 pts) are two good, athletic wings. Preston Walker (6-1 ’18 G/F East Central 5 pts) provides a good, solid shot from the outside. One of the more impressive players is Gavin Tanner (6-0 ’18 F/C East Central 12 pts 4-4 ft). 6-0 post? He plays like he is 6-5. He plays with tons of heart and hustle and he plays smart around the basket.

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Ryan Black 6-1 ’18 G 3.4 GPA 23 ACT Ocean Springs
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Malcom Magee 6-0 ’18 G/F 3.4 GPA 18 ACT Ocean Springs

Ocean Springs (traveled 10 miles)

’18’s

Will Evans 6-2 F/C 10 pts

’19’s

Gavin Guidry 6-0 G 12 pts 4-4 ft

Jaydon Collins 5-10 G 6 pts

’20’s

Darien Wallace 5-10 G 3 pts

East Central (traveled 16 miles)


Adidas Holiday Classic

From The Bert at Gulfport HS

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The Bert at Gulfport HS

img_9816-4#98 LA Brother Martin Crusaders 10-7 (5A New Orleans, LA) 58

#42 MS Picayune Maroon Tide 13-3 (5A Picayune, MS) 51

It was fun watching Coach Kelton Thompson working the sidelines. He coaches with so much energy and passion. A big surprise for me was how much Marvun Arnold (6-0 ’19 G Picayune 20 pts) has improved from last season. He is turning into a real player and it will be interesting to see where he takes his game to with his continued improvement.

Brother Martin (traveled 80 miles)

’18’s

Tyler Lally 6-0 SG 13 pts 5-6 ft 2 3’s

Tyler Epps 5-10 SG 11 pts 2 3’s

’19’s

Javier Perez 5-6 G 5 pts

’20’s

Nick Turner 6-1 SF 8 pts

Davonn Moore 5-7 PG 9 pts

T.J. Small 6-2 PF 9 pts

Picayune (traveled 51 miles)

’18’s

Brian Bickham 5-10 G 5 pts

Delrae Smith 6-0 G 7 pts

Jordan Griffith 6-2 G 10 pts

Vandell McGill 6-2 G 6 pts 2 3’s

’20’s

Kobe Jones 5-11 G 3 pts


#35 MS Harrison Central Red Rebels 8-4 (6A Gulfport, MS) 72

#68 MS Oak Grove Warriors 9-5 (6A Hattiesburg, MS) 68

This was a very entertaining game. Daquan “Perk” Perkins (6-1 ’18 F Harrison Central, Co-Lin CC 24 pts 6 reb 3 blk 3 st) converted on a tough basket around the goal to tie the game with 1:02 remaining. He then stole the ball and took the lead with a layup 4 seconds later. Dajon “Dub” Whitworth (6-0 ’18 G Harrison Central 23 pts 2 3’s 5-6 ft 2 reb 6 ast 4 st) then connected on a layup and 2 free-throws to preserve the victory. The two seniors helped lead Harrison Central to earn the Championship for the tournament. Coach Brumfield has Oak Grove playing right. They are very scrappy and play smart basketball. He has some good looking sophomores and juniors that will only build on the success they are having this year.

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Dub Whitworth 6-0 ’18 G Harrison Central

Harrison Central (traveled 15 miles)

’18’s

Kalen Means 6-0 G 5 pts

’19’s

Marcquez Clay 5-10 G/F 5 pts

Kendrick Shields 6-4 F 8 pts

’21’s

Carlous Williams 6-6 F/C 2 pts 3 reb

Oak Grove (traveled 76 miles)

’18’s

Kelvin McGruder 5-9 G 5 pts

Noah Harris 6-5 F/C 13 pts 5-5 ft 11 reb 2 ast 3 blk

’19’s

Brandon Tilley 6-2 G/F 10 pts

Tate Ryder 6-0 G 6 pts 5 reb

Markevion Harrell 6-0 G 3 pts

’20’s

Blake Roberts 6-0 SG 13 pts 3 3’s

Deon Hall 5-9 PG 6 pts

Kent Gilbert 6-0 G/F 8 pts


#49 MS Gulfport Admirals 8-7 (6A Gulfport, MS) 78

#124 MS Long Beach Bearcats 6-10 (5A Long Beach, MS) 71

Khaleb Marks (6-3 ’21 G Long Beach 3.0 GPA 8 pts) stepped up and took the biggest shot of the game to send the game into overtime. The talented freshman calmly nailed the 3 at the buzzer. The overtime session was then the Juan Irias (5-10 ’18 PG 3.2 GPA 21 ACT Gulfport 18 pts, 11 pts in OT, 4-7 fg, 3 3’s 7-7 ft 4 ast) show. He stepped up big down the stretch and played with a killer instinct. Derick Hall (6-5 210 lbs ’19 F 3.67 GPA 23 ACT Gulfport 21 pts 6-11 fg 18 reb 2 ast 2 blk) had a big game for Coach Miller and then was awarded with a Ole Miss football offer the next day.

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Khaleb Marks 6-3 ’21 G Long Beach
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Juan Irias 5-10 ’18 PG 3.2 GPA 21 ACT Gulfport

Gulfport (home team)

’18’s

Treyvion Jones 5-8 PG 3 pts 3 ast

Oliver McDowell 5-10 G/F 15 pts 10 reb 2 ast 3 st

Chad Crenshaw 5-7 PG 10 pts 3 ast 2 st

’19’s

Triston Godine 5-7 G 3 pts 3 ast

’20’s

Nate Hudson 6-5 F/C 2 pts 2 reb

Long Beach (traveled 8 miles)

’18’s

Elliot Belino 5-9 PG 17 pts, 15 in 2nd half, 9-11 ft 2 3’s

Tim Duncan 6-0 F 9 pts, all in 2nd half

Jamal Macklin 6-1 F 5 pts

Jaidon Evans 6-3 C 4 pts

Ahmad Hawthorne 6-2 C 5 pts

’19’s

Calvin “CJ” Johnson 6-3 F 3.0 GPA 11 pts

Orlasko Barnes 6-0 F 8 pts, all in the 4th qtr and OT, 6-6 ft


#23 MS Pascagoula Panthers9-5 (6A Pascagoula, MS) 89

#12 MS Laurel Golden Tornadoes 8-3 (5A Laurel, MS) 78

Pascagoula got majors scoring from three key players. Jonas Burley (6-0 ’18 G Pascagoula 28 pts 6-8 ft 2 3’s) was the high point man. D’yasmond “Dee” Booker (6-3 ’19 G 3.0 GPA 18 ACT Pascagoula 27 pts 6-7 ft 13 reb) was killer from the all over the court, especially mid-range. Jayden “Jay” McCorvey (6-6 ’19 G/F 3.5 GPA Pascagoula 23 pts 8-10 ft) got back into the swing of things after missing 10 games. Coach Price got solid performances from Colby Cooke (6-7 ’18 SF Laurel 12 pts), Antwan Hatten (6-3 ’20 G 3.6 GPA Laurel 18 pts) and Orlando Houston Jr (6-3 ’18 G 18 ACT Laurel 14 pts 4-5 ft).

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Dee Booker 6-3 ’19 G 3.0 GPA 18 ACT Pascagoula

Pascagoula (traveled 38 miles)

’18’s

Eric Smith 5-11 G 3 pts

’19’s

Jordan Robinson 4 pts

Laurel (traveled 105 miles)

’18’s

Tyler Page 5-9 PG 4 pts

Rasaad Pettis 6-1 G 4 pts

Jalon Ferguson 6-4 F 3 pts

Tyreses Pruit 6-1 G 6 pts 2 3’s

’19’s

Cameron Jones 5-10 PG 7 pts

Jontarious Henderson 6-0 10 pts


Thursday December 28, 2017

McComb Holiday Classic

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McComb HS

img_3580#53 MS East Marion Eagles 10-2 (1A Columbia, MS) 62

#226 MS Amite County Trojans 3-7 (2A Liberty, MS) 40

East Marion was faced by three players with double-doubles. John “Bill” Rawls (6-8 ’19 F/C 3.4 GPA East Marion 14 pts 5-8 fg 12 reb 4 ast 2 st 7 blk) nearly recorded a triple-double while the outstanding freshman duo of Vashon Sims (6-2 ’21 G East Marion 11 pts 5-8 fg 10 reb 2 st) and Caleb Rawls (6-4 ’21 G/F East Marion 10 pts 4-5 fg 11 reb 3 blk) notched double-doubles.

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John Rawls 6-8 ’19 F/C 3.4 GPA East Marion
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Caleb Rawls 6-4 ’21 G/F East Marion
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Vashon Sims 6-2 ’21 G East Marion

East Marion (traveled 44 miles)

’18’s

Ja’Mikell Russell 5-11 G 2 reb

Jordan Howard 5-9 G 2 reb 2 ast

’19’s

Flenard McLin 5-10 G 17 pts 5-8 fg 2 3’s 4 reb 2 st 2 blk

Nicholas Beach 6-0 PF 3 reb

’20’s

Devin Daniels 5-8 G 7 pts 3 ast

Elijah Brown 5-9 G 3 reb

Amite County (traveled 21 miles)

K. Steptoe 6 pts

S. Bonds 9 pts

’18’s

Lantravious Franklin 5-5 G 3 pts

Terrion Rogers 6-1 G 12 pts 5 reb 3 st

Tyrese Hackett 6-2 G 6 pts 11 reb 2 st

’20’s

Derick Cosby 5-5 G 4 pts


#120 MS South Pike Eagles 10-3 (4A Magnolia, MS) 68

#86 MS Franklin County Bulldogs 8-3 (3A Meadville, MS) 60

With the South Pike big man, Jalon Andrew (6-7 ’18 F/C South Pike 4 reb 2 ast, all coming after the 4:00 minute mark in the 4th qtr), on the bench with foul trouble, Coach Harrell relied on his sharp-shooting guard to get the victory. Demarcus Ellzey (6-1 ’19 SG South Pike 24 pts 4 3’s) paced the Eagles with 24 points. Looking impressive for Franklin County was big man Cameron Young (6-4 ’18 C Franklin County 14 pts 10 reb 3 ast). The post player showed great footwork and a soft touch around the basket. Jerdice Collins (6-2 ’18 G/F Franklin County 8 reb 2 ast 2 st) was also plagued with foul trouble but looked to be a good option for the next level with his hard play.

South Pike (traveled 69 miles)

’18’s

Darryl Holloway 5 pts

Kamarcus Wells 9 pts

’19’s

De’Vonta Harrell 4 pts 4-4 ft

Veontae Gardner 6-2 10 pts

’20’s

Justin Williams 5-8 G 10 pts

Deveonte Isaac 5 pts

Franklin County (traveled  miles)

’18’s

John Starks Jr 5-5 PG 16 pts 3 reb 2 st 2 3’s

Deione Buckels 5-10 G 7 pts

Dalivan Hunt 5-8 PG 6 pts

Gerryion Bell 5-9 PG 11 pts


#210 MS Natchez Bulldogs 3-6 (5A Natchez, MS) 62

#33 MS Tylertown Chiefs 7-2 (3A Tylertown, MS) 59

Natchez edged by a talented Tylertown team with the strong play of senior guard Izzy Holmes (6-3 ’18 G 3.5 GPA Natchez 19 pts 10 reb 3 st). Tylertown has a strong team that should make some noise in the playoffs.

Natchez (traveled 66 miles)

Charles Credit 7 pts

Taylor Chasely 15 pts 5 3’s

Chad Woods 6 pts 2 3’s

Shantae Holmes 10 pts

Tylertown (traveled 23 miles)

’18’s

Carey Gutter 6-4 C 4 pts 7 reb

Dralen Bearden 5-7 G 8 pts

’19’s

Quincy Young 6-6 C 6 pts 4 reb

K. Robertson G 16 pts 2 3’s

Ja’Shon Baker 5-10 G 19 pts


#107 MS Brookhaven Panthers 9-7 (5A Brookhaven, MS) 80

#224 MS McComb Tigers 2-9 (4A McComb, MS) 53

This game belonged to Brookhaven stud Lafollette Bogan (6-2 ’19 G Brookhaven 28 pts 2 3’s 12-21 fg 9 reb 2 blk 2 st). He is built to just plain score the ball. I was very impressed with his play on both ends of the court.

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Lafollette Bogan 6-2 ’19 G Brookhaven

Brookhaven (traveled 27 miles)

’18’s

Richard Marshall 5-7 G 8 pts 3 ast 2 st

Keith Robinson 5-6 G 7 pts 3-5 fg

Jahmal Magee F 4 pts

’19’s

Axavian Jones 5-11 G 4 pts 5 reb 2 ast 3 st

Isaiah Wall 5-7 G 3 pts

John Hilbert 6-0 F 12 pts 6-7 fg 8 reb 3 st

Alex Castillo 5-9 G 4 reb

Byrion Robinson 5-9 PG 8 pts 4 reb 4 st

’21’s

La’Darius Thrasher 5-11 G 2 st

McComb (home team)

’18’s

Curtis Collins 6-0 G 8 pts

James Williams 6-1 G 10 pts

Donavan Ramos 6-4 F 3 pts

Gary Butler 6-5 G 9 pts

’20’s

Jaylin Jackson 6-1 PG 8 pts

’21’s

CJ Bullock 6-0 F 6 pts

Edric Spurlock 5-11 G 4 pts


Friday December 29, 2017

McComb Holiday Classic

#53 MS East Marion Eagles 10-2 (1A Columbia, MS) 66

#280 MS Wilkinson County Wildcats 0-10 (3A Woodville, MS) 33

The junior big for East Marion had another good outing to help the Eagles get past Wilkinson County. John “Bill” Rawls (6-8 ’19 F/C 3.4 GPA East Marion 24 pts 8-9f g 3-3 ft 8 reb 3 blk) did his damage in a short time span and Vashon Sims (6-2 ’21 G East Marion 15 pts 10 reb 2 st 2 ast) recorded another double-double. Wilkinson County will takes some L’s this year but watch out in a few years. They will be dangerous. Coach Henderson is in the process of building a squad with all his sophomores.

East Marion (traveled 44 miles)

’18’s

Jordan Howard 5-9 G 8 pts 4-5 fg 3 reb 2 ast 4 st

Ja’Mikell Russell 5-11 G 2 st

’19’s

Flenard McLin 5-10 G 12 pts 6-7 ft 2 3’s 2 reb 5 ast 4 st

’20’s

Devin Daniels 5-8 G 2 reb

Elijah Brown 6-3 3 reb

’21’s

Caleb Rawls 6-4 G/F 9 pts 3-3 ft 3-4 fg 3 reb 2 ast 3 blk

Wilkinson County (traveled 58 miles)

’18’s

D. Sharp 6-5 F/C 10 pts 6 reb 2 st

’20’s

Devante Evans 6-5 F 2 pts 3 reb

Freddie Byrd III 6-0 G 2 pts 2 reb 3 ast

L. Earls 5-7 G 19 pts 5 3’s

Ian Bruster 5-7 G 5 pts


Other results from the McComb Holiday Classic

Courtesy of Coach Grey

Thursday December 28

(G) East Marion 58 Amite County 32

(G) Tylertown 62 Port Gibson 58

(G) Brookhaven 45 McComb 40

Friday December 29

(G) East Marion 48 Wilkinson County 19

(G) Brookhaven 52 Tylertown 37

(B) Tylertown 63 Brookhaven 60

(G) McComb 67 Amite County 32

(B) McComb 61 Amite County 58

Saturday December 30

(G) Natchez 46 South Pike 44

(B) South Pike 69 Natchez 52

(G) McComb 56 Franklin County 50

(B) Franklin County defeated McComb by 4


Friday December 29, 2017

Enterprise Holiday Invitational

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Enterprise-Lincoln HS

fullsizerender-6#130 MS Wesson Cobras 10-5 (3A Wesson, MS) 67

#260 MS Pisgah Dragons 4-9 (2A Sandhill, MS) 40

You have two up and coming teams here. Coach Sanders is developing a culture at Pisgah and he will have that team right in a few years. Coach Newman has a lot of young talent at Wesson ready to break out as well.

Wesson (traveled 18 miles)

’19’s

Shemar Dickerson 5-10 ’19 G 15 pts

Victavion “Vic” Edwards 6-0 G/F 5 pts

JD Allen 6-0 G 14 pts 2 3’s

’20’s

Damien Smith 5-8 G 6 pts

Darrion Gibson 5-10 G/F 6 pts

Kenner Bizot 6-4 F 7 pts

’21’s

Jason Edwards 5-6 G 4 pts

Antrelle Sims 5-11 F 4 pts

Larsen Lewis 6-1 G/F 3 pts

Pisgah (traveled 94 miles)

Ty Smith 8 pts 2 3’s

’19’s

Cooper Patterson 5-8 G 5 pts

Mason Bolton 5-11 G/F 6 pts

’20’s

Ladarius “Duke” Fulgham 5-10 G/F 16 pts 3 3’s

Logan Moore 6-0 G/F 3 pts


#195 MS Lumberton Panthers 4-5 (1A Lumberton, MS) 55

#268 MS Enterprise-Lincoln Yellowjackets 2-5 (2A Brookhaven, MS) 50

Lumberton was without their top senior player for this game. Donell Buckner (6-5 ’18 G/F Lumberton) was out of town on a family trip. Buckner might be the best player in Mississippi that College Coaches have not heard about. Lumberton trailed the entire game and pulled ahead late for the win. Cade Feltus (6-1 ’18 G Enterprise-Lincoln 22 pts 8 reb 5 ast 2 st) looked impressive in the loss for Enterprise. The lefty is really athletic and has a quick first step.

Lumberton (traveled 75 miles)

’18’s

Kee’von Fells 6-0 F 8 pts

Rickey Thomas 6-4 F/C 8 pts 10 reb 5 st

’19’s

C.K. Bowens G 4 pts

Claudio Williams 6-2 F 3 pts

Daylan Young 6-0 G 13 pts

’21’s

Trevon Jessie 5-9 G 14 pts

Tyler Bush G 5 pts

Enterprise-Lincoln (home team)

’18’s

JeVante Jenkins 6-3 14 pts 7-10 fg 13 reb 2 blk

Ryan Amic 6-4 C 6 reb

’19’s

Peytin Jergins 5-9 12 pts 5-6 fg 3 st

Austin Burns 5-8 2 reb


Saturday December 30, 2017

Kirk Academy Classic

Kirk Academy HS

img_9806-2Royal Ambassadors Lions 1-0 (Jackson, MS) 88

Delta Streets Academy 0-1 (MAIS 1A Greenwood, MS) 60

Royal Ambassadors jumped out to a big lead and never looked back.

Royal Ambassadors (traveled 111 miles)

R. Timis 11 pts

J. Dawson 3 pts

Onay 4 pts

Lomax 5 pts

’18’s

Cornelius 12 pts 2 3’s

’19’s

Jamarious 12 pts, all in the 4th qtr

Stephon 32 pts 10-11 ft 2 3’s

Delta Streets (traveled 34 miles)

DJ Alston 3 pts

J. McCaster 5 pts

J. Jackson 15 pts 5 3’s

Q. Fuller 6 pts

J. Nwachi 18 pts 2 3’s

B. Lewis 11 pts 3 3’s


Washington School Generals 2-0 (MAIS 4A Greenville, MS) 46

Indianola Academy Colonels 2-2 (MAIS 3A Indianola, MS) 37

Washington School (traveled 87 miles)

’18’s

John Martin “JM” Walker 5-9 7 pts

James Word 6-0 3 pts

’19’s

Stephon Hemphill 16 pts 4-5 ft 2 3’s

Dawson Gray 5 pts

Brett Etheridge 6 pts 2 3’s

’21’s

DeKell “Kell” Hodges 6-0 G/F 7 pts

Indianola Academy (traveled 64 miles)

R. Wimble 8 pts

’18’s

T.K. Bolden 6-3 16 pts 5-6 ft

’19’s

Dede Willis 6-0 7 pts

Stefon Smith 6-1 6 pts


Wednesday December 27, 2017

Domino’s/Cannon Basketball Challenge

From South Panola HS

South Panola HS

img_3533-1#146 MS Ashland Blue Devils 3-9 (1A Ashland, MS) 82

#205 MS Calhoun City Wildcats 4-11 (2A Calhoun City, MS) 75

DeAnthony “Shun-Shun” Tipler (5-11 ’18 G 3.0 GPA 17 ACT Ashland 36 pts 4 3’s 14-16 ft) led Ashland to the win over Calhoun City.

Ashland (traveled 74 miles)

’18’s

Taron Terry 6-3 F 5 pts

Jamarqus Everett 5-10 PG 13 pts 3 3’s

Kendrarius Reaves 5-10 SG 5 pts

Ocquavion Agyckum 6-1 F 11 pts

’19’s

Erik Bell 6-0 F 6 pts

Tavionne Stigger 6-0 6 pts

Calhoun City (traveled 65 miles)

’19’s

Anfernee Campbell 5-10 4 pts

Keon Phillips 6-0 7 pts 5-5 ft

’20’s

Jawyn Tucker 5-10 5 pts

Jayvian Shaw 6-2 8 pts 2 3’s

Jalen Mayes 5-9 G 26 pts, 14 in the 4th qtr, 6 3’s

Chardarius Hill 5-7 G 4 pts

Bryson Walker 5-11 18 pts, 10 in the 4th qtr


#89 MS Amanda Elzy Panthers 8-8 (3A Greenwood, MS) 52

#30 MS Holly Springs Hawks 9-5 (3A Holly Sorings, MS) 42

Elzy just showed up to play. The Panthers were paced by the senior trio of Kevontae Boone (6-6 ’18 F/C Amanda Elzy 3 pts 11 reb 4 ast 2 blk), Adam Mustafa (6-0 ’18 PG 3.4 GPA Amanda Elzy 17 pts 2 3’s 4 reb 2 st) and Michael Boyd (6-4 ’18 G Amanda Elzy 12 pts 9 reb 3 ast 3 st).

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Michael Boyd 6-4 ’18 G Amanda Elzy

Amanda Elzy (traveled 70 miles)

’19’s

Milton McGee 6-3 F 8 pts

’20’s

Reggie Miller 6-2 G 3 pts

Holly Springs (traveled 56 miles)

’18’s

DaQuan “Quanny” Smith 6-2 ’18 G Murray State 15 pts 10 reb 2 ast 2 blk 2 st

Cornelious Bridgeforth 6-6 F/C 12 pts

Rahmon Rutherford 5-11 G 3 pts

’20’s

Cori Bell 6-1 G 8 pts 3 ast


#48 MS North Panola Cougars 12-2 (3A Sardis, MS) 71

#101 MS South Panola Tigers 3-3 (6A Batesville, MS) 47

One of the bigger lineups in the state took advantage of size in the fourth quarter to get the win. Kenneth Jefferson (6-5 ’19 F North Panola 5 pts 4 reb 3 ast 2 st) and Jamarcus “J-Pop” Jones (6-6 ’18 F/C North Panola 21 pts, 10 in the 4th qtr, 9 reb 4 ast 4 st) helped fuel the Cougars with back-to-back dunks while Mario Fenner Jr (6-4 ’19 F North Panola 17 pts, 11 in the 4th qtr, 5-5 ft 9 reb) connected on his free-throws.

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J-Pop Jones 6-6 ’18 F/C North Panola
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Mario Fenner Jr 6-4 ’19 F North Panola

North Panola (traveled 9 miles)

’18’s

Sylvonte “Vonte” Oliver 5-8 PG 5 pts

ZanTavious “DD” Phillips 6-5 9 pts

’20’s

Ankerion Gross 6-5 G/F 6 pts

South Panola (home team)

’18’s

Kendricus “Dric” Carlton Jr 6-0 PG 14 pts 2 3’s

Deronte Thomas 5-10 13 pts 3 3’s

Shaquille Jackson 6-3 6 pts

Devonte Cathey 6-4 C 4 pts

’20’s

Keith Cole 5-10 3 pts


Magnolia Hoops Head of the Class

2018: Cameron Hartfield 6-2 G George County

2019: John Rawls 6-8 F/C East Marion

2020: Antwan Hatten 6-3 G Laurel

2021: Vashon Sims 6-2 G East Marion

Magnolia Hoops Head of the Class

Magnolia Hoops Starting 5

John Rawls 6-8 ’19 F/C East Marion

Derick Hall 6-5 ’19 F Gulfport

Cameron Hartfield 6-2 ’18 G George County

Lafollette Bogan 6-2 ’19 G Brookhaven

Dee Booker 6-3 ’19 G Pascagoula

Magnolia Hoops Starting 5

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