January 22-27 and the Hot Bed Classic Report

This report will cover the following: Ingomar at Baldwyn, the 5 County Jr High Tournament from Northeast MS CC and the Hot Bed Classic from New Albany.

Monday January 22, 2018

Ingomar vs Baldwyn

From Baldwyn HS

#58 MS Ingomar Falcons 21-6 (2A New Albany, MS) 60 OT

#139 MS Baldwyn Bearcats 13-10 (2A Baldwyn, MS) 54

Ingomar won the first half, Baldwyn returned the favor in the second half. Ingomar took advantage in overtime for the big division won. Kelton Hall (6-3 ’18 G Ingomar 28 pts, 18 in the second half and overtime, 5 3’s) provided a big night for Ingomar to help get the victory. D’Mondrea “Mon” Doss (6-2 ’18 F/C Baldwyn 18 pts, 15 in the second half and overtime) hit the game tying free-throw to help send the game to overtime while Riley Hoard (6-6 ’20 F/C Baldwyn 11 pts, 8 in second half and overtime, 5-6 ft) provided the game saving block for Baldwyn in regulation.

Ingomar (traveled 32 miles)

Baldwyn (home team)


Wednesday January 24, 2018

2018 5 County Jr High Tournament

From Northeast MS CC

Notes:

Zane Tipler (’23 PG Ripley): Little Tipler stepped up as a 7th grader and played hard for the 8th grade team. Zane is one to keep an eye on for the next several years when he hits the high school level.

Booneville: I know this is way premature saying this but Michael Smith needs to go ahead and book rooms in Jackson the next four years. I bet they even get a discount on rings if he orders in a higher quantity also, like 4 years worth. That’s a lot of talk but Booneville is about to be good. You heard it here first.

LJ Shumpert (’22 PG Booneville): I’m guessing 5-11 or so, solid and strong body. He has some ups and can play around the rim. He is a great and patient facilitator that will be a high level leader down the road. Very effective ball-handler. Has the look of he’s been there and done that so you can’t rattle him.

Caleb Gaston (’22 G Booneville): 6-3ish. Handles the ball well for his size. He has a tough all-around game. He rebounds, defends and can play any position on the court. He has potential to be a nationally ranked player over time. He reminds me of Trey Smith of Petal or Austin Crowley of West Point (Sunrise Christian). He could also grow to be a 6-5 to 6-7 guard. Looks as if he gets bored on the court at times with the lack of competition.

Mack Shinault (’22 F/C Booneville): 6-5ish. Effective on the defensive end. High level rebounder and can score with his back to the basket or facing the paint. 6-8 potential in the long run.

Josh Dukes (’22 SG Booneville): 6-2ish. Plays with composure and skill. High level thinker on the court. Smart rebounder. He also has that been there look. He shoots at a high level from long-range. Could end up being a 6-5 to 6-7 shooter.

Corinth: Corinth had a couple guards that will make a name for themselves down the road.

Andre Adams (’22 G/F Corinth): Adams had the tough task of going up against Booneville. He is a long and lanky wing that will develop over time.


Thursday January 25, 2018

2018 5 County Jr High Tournament

From Northeast MS CC

Notes:

East Union: East Union had a great team effort during the tournament and has some nice pieces coming up.

Carson Rowland (’22 PG Pine Grove): Two very strong performances by Rowland over the 5 County Tournament. He showed court vision way beyond his years in his first game with the accurate passing to go with it. He has well above average ball handling and is on track to becoming an elite level point. In his second game of the tournament against New Albany, he gave them everything they wanted and more. He scored with ease on the drive and rebounded at a high level on the offensive end. He scored on several offensive boards and added the and 1’s. Pine Grove has a stud coming up to watch for.

New Albany: New Albany has a very tough team to content with. They have a mixture of size and speed that will allow them to be a contender down the road.


Saturday January 27, 2018

The 27th Annual New Albany Kiwanis

Hot Bed Classic

New Albany MS

New Albany, MS

The Hot Bed Classic is one of the things that got me hooked on high school basketball 20 plus years ago. It’s the original premium event in the state that every fan should visit at least once in their life. David Goode put together another great show for the fans and we can’t wait to see what he has on tap for next year. It starts early, it ends late and it’s action packed all day long.

  1. College Coaches seating area. Check. Several chair seats along the baseline were in place for the college coaches in attendance.
  2. Media working area. Check. Stats were provided by Blake Long and his Northeast MS CC staff. Blake is the real MVP of these events with his quality stats. A media area was in place around Blake with easy access to the stats.
  3. Hospitality room. Check. The hospitality room was stocked multiple times during the day the keep it fresh and rolling.
  4. Program with rosters. Check. Your purchase of a program also gave you a chance to shoot for $100. One fan walked away with $300 in earnings on the day. His name will be protected in case he doesn’t let his wife know. He was also sitting by himself for most of the day until he started winning and his group of friends started growing. Lol
  5. Access to players. Check. Any players media needed would be quickly hustled to a media room right after the games for pictures and questions.
  6. Game MVP’S. Check. A member from both teams were awarded with MVP honors.
  7. Enjoyment factor for the fans. Check. You have to enjoy the hot and steamy NE MS basketball environment to get it. It might not be the most comfortable due to the amount of people in the gym but it brings back tons of great memories for me. There’s not a spot in that gym that I can go where I don’t have crazy and fond memories. The concession stand is also the bomb for fans wanting to stay all day. They even have people walking around with drinks and items in case you don’t want to miss any action. Top notch.

Click here for Hot Bed Classic website


#105 MS South Pontotoc Cougars 17-6 (3A Pontotoc, MS) 85

#240 MS Myrtle Hawks 10-16 (1A Myrtle, MS) 50

Myrtle suffered a blow early when senior Josh Goolsby (6-0 ’18 G Myrtle 1 reb) rolled his ankle and couldn’t return. The college prospect only recorded 3:27 of playing time in the contest. Stepping up in his absence was some younger players. A.I. Nugent (’21 G Myrtle 9 pts 11 reb 2 ast) earned MVP honors while Jaden Taylor (’22 G Myrtle 9 pts 3-5 fg 3 3’s 4 reb) gave a big punch coming off the bench but it wasn’t enough to offset South Pontotoc. Maleik Below (6-6 ’18 F South Pontotoc 22 pts 2 3’s 18 reb, 11 in 2nd half, 4 ast 4 blk 4 st) had a very impressive showing. He looked trim and athletic and he ran the floor very well. Eddie Ivy (5-6 ’19 PG South Pontotoc 13 pts 5-9 fg 4 reb 10 ast) controlled the game well and came away with a double-double. Myrtle has some nice young talent and will be a fun team to watch down the road. South Pontotoc has a good team ready for 3A playoffs. They have 2 good size post players, 2 shooters and a really good guard to direct them.

South Pontotoc (traveled 26 miles)

’18’s

Brandon Higgason F 13 pts, 11 in 2nd half, 5-8 fg 2 3’s 3 reb 4 ast 4 st

’19’s

Carson Newell 5-11 G 17 pts, 11 in 2nd half, 5 3’s

Brett Riley 6-6 F/C 10 pts, 8 in 2nd half, 5-8 fg 9 reb 2 blk

Myrtle (traveled 8 miles)

’19’s

Jay Cook 7 pts, all in 2nd half, 3-3 ft 4 reb 5 ast

’21’s

Elijah Ingram 12 pts 4-7 fg 3 3’s 4 reb 2 ast

MVP’s

Maleik Below

6-6 ’18 F

South Pontotoc

22 pts 2 3’s 18 reb, 11in 2nd half, 4 ast 4 blk 4 st

A.I. Nugent

’21 G

Myrtle

9 pts 11 reb 2 ast


#147 MS Walnut Wildcats 13-13 (2A Walnut, MS) 65

#202 MS West Union Eagles 12-14 (1A Myrtle, MS) 59

Walnut took the lead early and never let up for the win. Noah Watson (6-4 ’18 G/F Walnut 18 pts, 12 in the 2nd half, 6-10 fg 5-6 ft 5 reb 5 ast 2 st) and Luke Willard (6-1 ’20 G/F West Union 14 pts 6-10 fg 4 reb 2 st) walked away with MVP honors. Walnut has some good athletic pieces that have a chance to make some noise in 2A. West Union is a very well coached team and they play with full effort for Coach Henderson.

Walnut (traveled 36 miles)

’18’s

Drew Pitney 5-10 G 5 reb 3 ast 2 st

Wesley Cox 6-1 G/F 12 pts 7 reb 2 ast

Kylan Storey 6-0 F 7 pts 8 reb 6 ast

’19’s

Kris Perry 5-10 G/F 19 pts 2 3’s 8 reb 3 st

Kevin Hurley 6-3 F/C 9 pts 4 reb 2 blk

West Union (traveled 10 miles)

’18’s

Bobby High 6-0 G/F 10 pts 3 3’s 6 reb 2 ast

Gavin Mitchell 6-1 G/F 4 pts 5 reb 2 blk

’20’s

Sam Callicutt 5-8 G 14 pts, 12 in the 2nd half, 5-6 fg 4-4 3’s

Jerod McDonald 6-2 G/F 3 pts 3 reb 2 blk 2 st

MVP’s

Noah Watson

6-4 ’18 G/F

Walnut

18 pts, 12 in the 2nd half, 6-10 fg 5-6 ft 5 reb 5 ast 2 st

Luke Willard

6-1 ’20 G/F

West Union

14 pts 6-10 fg 4 reb 2 st


#150 MS New Albany Bulldogs 9-13 (4A New Albany, MS) 72

#229 MS East Union Urchins 8-14 (2A Blue Springs, MS) 70

New Albany has some really good young pieces on the way up. Jordan Lipsey (5-8 ’18 G New Albany 19 pts 4 3’s 5 reb 2 st) earned MVP honors. Bo Nobles (5-9 ’18 PG East Union 31 pts 9-14 fg 7-10 3’s 6-6 ft 4 reb 5 ast) was super hot and shot his way to MVP honors for East Union.

New Albany (home team)

’18’s

Will Norwood 6-1 F 15 pts 5-9 fg 2 3’s 4 reb 3 ast 4 st

’19’s

Zach Ball 5-9 G 13 pts, 10 in 2nd half, 2 3’s 5 reb 6 ast

Troy Payne 6-4 F/C 6 pts 7 reb 2 st

’20’s

Isaiah Ball 5-10 G 17 pts 8-11 ft 3 reb 3 ast 2 st

East Union (traveled 12 miles)

’18’s

Larry Robbins 6-0 F 8 pts 3-4 fg 7 reb 2 ast

’19’s

Hayden Richey 6-0 G 19 pts, 13 in 2nd half, 7-12 fg 5 3’s 2 reb 5 ast

MVP’s

Jordan Lipsey

5-8 ’18 G

New Albany

19 pts 4 3’s 5 reb 2 st

Bo Nobles

5-9 ’18 PG

East Union

31 pts 9-14 fg 7-10 3’s 6-6 ft 4 reb 5 ast


#58 MS Ingomar Falcons  21-6 (2A New Albany, MS) 67

#65 MS Newton County Cougars 14-7 (4A Decatur, MS) 56

Both teams enjoyed double digit leads during the contest but Ingomar ended up on top at the end. Jay Pickens (6-3 ’18 G Ingomar 33 pts 5 3’s 8-10 ft 3 reb 2 ast) had a big game to help push Ingomar to the win. Newton County had a solid team effort in the loss. Jaylin Nicholson (6-2 ’18 G Newton County 11 pts 3 reb) received the MVP award. Peyton Reeves (6-5 ’18 G/F Newton County 13 pts 9 reb 4 ast 4 st) had a very solid performance showing that he will be a great option for the next level. NAIA’s and D3’s need to get a look at him soon. Chris Mulford (6-7 ’18 F/C Newton County 11 pts 1 3’s 8 reb 2 ast 3 blk) also looked impressive by showing he can stretch the floor and be a good option for the next level. Ingomar and Newton County both have solid teams and will be a presence in the playoffs.

Ingomar (traveled 7 miles)

’18’s

Kelton Hall 6-4 G 18 pts 2 3’s 10-13 ft 4 reb

’19’s

Kelon Hall 6-2 G 4 reb 4 ast 2 st

Trent Bradley 5-5 PG 6 pts 3 reb 3 ast 3 st

’20’s

Hunter Bynum PG 4 reb 3 ast 3 st

’21’s

Zach Shugars 6-4 F/C 8 pts, all in 2nd half, 3-5 fg 12 reb

Newton County (traveled 155 miles)

’18’s

Yunish Billy 5-7 PG 3 pts 3 reb 7 ast 2 st

Jarius Huddleston 5-9 G 14 pts 5-6 ft 5 reb

MVP’s

Jay Pickens

6-3 ’18 G

Ingomar

33 pts 5 3’s 8-10 ft 3 reb 2 ast

Jaylin Nicholson

6-2 ’18 G

Newton County

11 pts 3 reb


#28 TN Bartlett Panthers 15-6 (3A Bartlett, TN) 67

#44 MS Holly Springs Hawks 12-8 (3A Holly Springs, MS) 63

Bartlett got a good win over the Hawks. Sylvester Thompson (5-10 ’19 G Bartlett 18 pts, 11 in the 2nd half, 6-11 fg 2 3’s 4-4 ft 4 ast 4 st) took the MVP award back to Tennessee while DaQuan”Quanny” Smith (6-2 ’18 G Holly Springs 18 pts, 11 in the 2nd half, 7-12 fg 2 3’s 13 reb 2 ast) received MVP recognition for Holly Springs.

Bartlett (traveled 83 miles)

’19’s

Jefferson Walker 6-0 G 7 pts 4 reb

Tyler Carpenter 6-4 G/F 5 pts 6 reb 2 blk 2 st

Wynne Brown 5-9 G 11 pts 3 3’s 4 ast

Takori Rooks 6-6 F 10 pts 7 reb 2 ast

’20’s

Rodney Mason 6-5 G 5 pts 5 reb 5 ast

Jaylin Lucas 6-3 SF 8 pts 3-5 fg 2 3’s 4 reb

Holly Springs (traveled 36 miles)

’18’s

Anthony Johnson 5-10 G 12 pts 5-8 fg 2 reb 4 ast

Cornelious Bridgeforth 6-6 F/C 6 pts 3-3 fg 3 reb 2 blk

Rahmon Rutherford 5-11 G 16 pts 2 3’s 2 ast

Ladarius Stinson 6-1 G 4 pts 4 reb 3 ast

’19’s

Daveon Miller 6-5 F/C 4 pts 10 reb 3 ast

MVP

Sylvester Thompson

5-10 ’19 G

Bartlett

18 pts, 11 in the 2nd half, 6-11 fg 2 3’s 4-4 ft 4 ast 4 st

DaQuan “Quanny” Smith

6-2 ’18 G

Holly Springs

18 pts, 11 in the 2nd half, 7-12 fg 2 3’s 13 reb 2 ast


#95 TN Arlington Tigers 13-11 (3A Arlington, TN) 50

#14 MS Saltillo Tigers 21-2 (5A Saltillo, MS) 42

A great game from the tip to the finish. Both teams played very hard and strong on the defensive ends. I had this game going in as a must watch game. Garrett Golday (6-5 ’18 F Arlington 21 pts, 13 in the 2nd half, 9-13 fg 7 reb 2 ast 3 blk) did what he does best and put up a strong game in the win. Calvin “Smurf” Harris (6-2 ’19 F Saltillo 14 pts 5 reb) took home MVP honors in the loss. Two other players looking good for the Tigers were seniors Isaiah Hardy (6-1 ’18 SG Saltillo 10 pts 4 reb 5 ast) and Kaleb “Trell” Terrell (5-10 ’18 G Saltillo 8 pts 2 st).

Arlington (traveled 81 miles)

’18’s

Biogan Brewer 5 pts 4 reb 3 ast

Ray Price 9 pts 10 reb 3 ast 2 st

’19’s

Sam Wiseman 10 pts 2 3’s 4-4 ft

Saltillo (traveled 31 miles)

’18’s

Julian “Dreek” Warren 5-11 G 5 pts 5 reb 3 st

’20’s

T.J. Hannah 6-5 F 5 pts 7 reb 2 blk

MVP’s

Garrett Golday

6-5 ’18 F

Arlington

21 pts, 13 in the 2nd half, 9-13 fg 7 reb 2 ast 3 blk

Calvin “Smurf” Harris

6-2 ’19 F

Saltillo

14 pts 5 reb


#6 MS Callaway Chargers 18-5 (5A Jackson, MS) 72

#72 MS North Panola Cougars 15-5 (3A Sardis, MS) 41

Callaway opened up a big lead early and never looked back. Daeshun Ruffin (5-9 ’21 PG Callaway 21 pts 3 3’s 4 reb 7 ast 3 st) paced the Chargers for MVP honors. Another Charger that looked extremely well o the court was Deonte Spencer (6-7 ’18 F Callaway 16 pts 4-6 3’s 3 reb). Spencer ran the floor well and stretched it on the offensive end by shooting the long ball efficiently. Jamarcus Jones (6-6 ’18 F/C North Panola 16 pts 8-12 ft 4 reb 2 ast 2 st) was the lone bright spot for the Cougars bringing home the MVP award to Sardis.

Callaway (traveled 188 miles)

’18’s

Ahmad Anthony 6-3 G 7 pts 10 reb

James Williams 6-5 F/C 8 pts 10 reb 3 ast

’20’s

Kendarius Buckley 6-2 G 10 pts 2 3’s 4 reb

North Panola (traveled 64 miles)

’19’s

Mario Fenner Jr 6-4 F/C 6 pts 3-4 fg 9 reb 2 ast

’20’s

Ankerion Gross 6-6 G/F 8 pts 2 3’s 4 reb 2 ast

MVP’s

Daeshun Ruffin

5-9 ’21 PG

Callaway

21 pts 3 3’s 4 reb 7 ast 3 st

Jamarcus Jones

6-6 ’18 F/C

North Panola

16 pts 8-12 ft 4 reb 2 ast 2 st


#3 MS Columbus Falcons 16-6 (6A Columbus, MS) 63

#31 AL Cordova Blue Devils 19-8 (4A Cordova, AL) 41

Columbus showed that they are one of the better teams in the state with a statement win over the Alabama 4A team. Robert Woodard II (6-6 ’18 G Columbus 36 pts 16-29 fg 2 3’s 20 reb 2 ast 2 st) had a dominant performance with the huge double-double. He earned his 3rd MVP from the Hot Bed Classic. Isaac Chatman (6-6 ’18 G/F Cordova 19 pts 6-8 fg 6-8 ft 7 reb 5 blk 2 st) continued his strong showing in Mississippi receiving another MVP award.

Columbus (traveled 93 miles)

’19’s

Greg King 6-2 G 9 pts 3-5 fg 3 3’s 4 ast 2 st

Cordova (traveled 125 miles)

’18’s

Demetrius Kirk 5-10 G 6 pts 2-3 fg 2 reb 6 ast

Jayce Willingham 6-5 G/F 16 pts 2 3’s 5 reb

MVP’s

Robert Woodard II

6-6 ’18 G

Columbus

36 pts 16-29 fg 2 3’s 20 reb 2 ast 2 st

Isaac Chatman

6-6 ’18 G/F

Cordova

19 pts 6-8 fg 6-8 ft 7 reb 5 blk 2 st


#5 MS Olive Branch Conquistadors 17-4 (5A Olive Branch, MS) 69

#26 TN Lausanne Collegiate Lynx 17-5 (Class II-A Memphis, TN) 63

Olive Branch took their largest lead of the game with :08 seconds to go and held on for the win. DJ Jeffries (6-8 ’19 G Olive Branch 20 pts 10-15 fg 8 reb 3 ast 3 blk 3 st) pieced together a solid game for OB and earned the MVP award. Cameron “Mook” Matthews (6-6 ’20 F Olive Branch 10 pts 5-7 fg 11 reb 4 ast 5 st) chipped in a double-double. Aiden Applewhite (’21 G Lausanne 21 pts, 13 in 2nd half, 4 3’s 5 reb) got the MVP award for Lausanne.

Olive Branch (traveled 62 miles)

’18’s

Kelvin Allen 6-2 G 16 pts, 11 in the 2nd half, 3 ast 2 st

’19’s

Joee Cooper 6-0 PG 12 pts 4-7 fg 2 reb 5 ast 2 st

Josh Stevenson 6-2 G 6 pts 4 reb 2 ast

Lausanne (traveled 74 miles)

’18’s

Cortez Love G 10 pts 4-4 ft 9 reb

Kohen Thompson 6-5 4 pts 8 reb

’19’s

Schyler “Sky” Forest 6-5 G/F 6 pts 5 reb

’20’s

Johnathan Dejurnett 6-7 F/C 4 pts 2-2 fg 4 reb 2 st

Cameron Sims 8 pts 2 3’s 7 reb 10 ast 5 st

Jalen “Bo” Montgomery 6-4 SG 10 pts 4-7 fg 2 3’s 3 reb 3 ast

MVP’s

DJ Jeffries

6-8 ’19 G

Olive Branch

20 pts 10-15 fg 8 reb 3 ast 3 blk 3 st

Aiden Applewhite

’21 G

Lausanne

21 pts, 13 in 2nd half, 4 3’s 5 reb


#26 AR Southwest Christian Academy Lions 21-2 (Independent Little Rock, AR) 58

#70 AL Central Park Christian Eagles 20-5 (Independent Birmingham, AL) 43

Southwest Christian continued their dominance on the prep scene wit ha strong win over Central Park. MiyKah McIntosh (6-0 ’18 G Southwest Christian 13 pts 3 3’s 3 reb 2 ast) and Jayden Stone (’20 G Central Park 18 pts 2 3’s 7 reb 5 st) earned MVP honors for their teams.

SW Christian (traveled 227 miles)

’18’s

Akol Mawein 6-7 F 10 pts 4-5 fg 7 reb 2 ast

Jahbril Price-Noel 6-7 G/F 9 pts 5-6 ft 7 reb 3 st

Shakur Daniel 6-5 G 8 pts 6-8 ft 5 reb 2 ast

’19’s

Tim Ceasar 6-8 F 4 pts 5 reb 2 ast 2 blk

Central Park (traveled 154 miles)

’18’s

Sekou Dembele 10 pts 6-8 ft 7 reb

Jonathan Baruti 5 pts 7 reb 3 blk

Dmzitry Ryuny 5 pts 3 reb 2 ast

MVP’s

MiyKah McIntosh

6-0 ’18 G

Southwest Christian

13 pts 3 3’s 3 reb 2 ast

Jayden Stone

’20 G

Central Park

18 pts 2 3’s 7 reb 5 st


#8 AL Plainview Bears 25-2 (3A Rainsville, AL) 88

#27 MS Houlka Wildcats 20-5 (1A Houlka, MS) 77

The game of the day by far. It was my pleasure of being able to watch Plainview. I have been told that they are a work of art and everything I’ve been told was true. Every team in Mississippi needs to watch them play and learn from them. Ma’Darius “MayDay” Hobson (6-3 ’18 G/F Houlka 34 pts 13-21 ft 2 ‘3s 6-7 ft 10 reb 4 ast) did everything he possibly could to keep Houlka close but it wasn’t enough. MayDay added more hardware to the trophy case with the MVP award. Jefferey Armstrong (’18 G Plainview 25 pts 10-15 fg 2 3’s 9 reb 9 ast 5 st) had a very strong game earning MVP honors for the very talented Plainview team.

Plainview (traveled 255 miles)

’18’s

Clay Cooper 12 pts 4 3’s 3 reb

Cade Willingham 6-2 5 pts 2-2 fg 5 reb 3 ast 2 st

Bailey Dukes 7 pts 2 reb 2 ast 2 st

’19’s

Koby Tinker 19 pts 5 3’s 3 reb 2 ast

Caden Millican 16 pts 5-9 fg 4 3’s 7 reb 3 ast

Houlka (traveled 34 miles)

’18’s

Smoody Turner 5-8 G 9 pts 4 reb 6 ast 4 st

Keshun Buchanan 6-0 F 11 pts 3 3’s 6 reb 4 ast 2 st

’20’s

Da’Shun Berry 6-0 G 12 pts 5-9 fg 5 reb 2 ast

MVP’s

Jefferey Armstrong

’18 G

Plainview

25 pts 10-15 fg 2 3’s 9 reb 9 ast 5 st

Ma’Darius “MayDay” Hobson

6-3 ’18 G/F

Houlka

34 pts 13-21 ft 2 ‘3s 6-7 ft 10 reb 4 ast


Magnolia Hoops MS Head of the Class

2018: Robert Woodard II

6-6 G Columbus

2019: DJ Jeffries

6-8 G Olive Branch

2020: Cameron “Mook” Matthews

6-6 F Olive Branch

2021: Daeshun Ruffin

5-9 PG Callaway

2022: Jaden Taylor

G Myrtle


Magnolia Hoops MS Starting 5

Robert Woodard II

6-6 ’18 G Columbus

Maleik Below

6-6 ’18 F South Pontotoc

Ma’Darius “MayDay” Hobson

6-3 ’18 G/F Houlka

Bo Nobles

5-9 ’18 G East Union

Jay Pickens

6-3 ’18 G Ingomar


Magnolia Hoops Non MS Head of the Class

2018: Jefferey Armstrong

G Plainview

2019: Sylvester Thompson

5-10 G Bartlett

2020: Cameron Sims

Lausanne

2021: Aiden Applewhite

G Lausanne


Magnolia Hoops Non MS Starting 5

Jefferey Armstrong

’18 G Plainview

Isaac Chatman

6-6 ’18 G/F Cordova

Garrett Golday

6-5 ’18 F Arlington

Cameron Sims

’20 Lausanne

Sylvester Thompson

5-10 ’19 G Bartlett


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