January 25-26 Report

January 25-26 Report

The stats listed are unofficial but are close to what the players accomplished on the court (mostly because I run my mouth too much and don’t pay the closest attention the entire game). Thanks to Blake Long and his Northeast MS CC staff for doing the stats at the Hot Bed Classic.

This report will cover the following games (12) or events: Pillow Academy at Magnolia Heights and the Kiwanis Hot Bed Classic (East Union, Kossuth, West Union, New Site, Myrtle, Power Center Academy (TN), New Albany, Holly Springs, Florence, Plainview (AL), Lausanne (TN), Wenonah (AL), Bartlett (TN), Montgomery-Carver (AL), Memphis East (TN), Mountain Brook (AL), Heritage Academy, Briarcrest (TN), Ingomar, Bay Springs).


Friday January 25, 2019

Pillow Academy vs Magnolia Heights

From Magnolia Heights School

Senatobia, MS

(G) Pillow Academy Lady Mustangs 20-3 (AAAA Greenwood, MS) 70

MS #15 AAAA #1

Magnolia Heights Lady Chiefs 1-16 (AAAA Senatobia, MS) 34

MS #239 AAAA #13

Notes: Pillow Academy jumped out to a big lead and didn’t look back for the win.

Magnolia Heights (home team) 34

Bailey Carpenter 9 pts 4 reb 1 ast

Blakely Denman 2 pts 2 reb 1 ast

’20’s

Jordan Tyson 4 pts 3 reb

’21’s

Ashton McMinn PG 6 pts 3 reb 3 ast

Lucy Lipscomb 6 pts 1 reb 1 ast 1 st

Gracie Mettetal 2 pts 2 reb 1 ast

Pillow Academy (traveled 102 miles) 70

C. Lary 11 pts 2 reb 3 ast 2 st

’21’s

Anna Taylor Hudson 13 pts 2 reb 8 ast 3 st

Caroline Brock 18 pts 2 ast 1 st

Julia Love Lyon 5-4 8 pts 2 reb 3 ast 1 st

Kaylee Jones 5-10 13 pts 6 reb 2 ast 3 st 2 blk

’22’s

Sarah Presley Howard 4 pts 1 reb 1 st

Magnolia Hoops Player of the Game

Kayla Brown

Pillow Academy

’21

7 pts 6 reb 5 ast 4 st


(B) Magnolia Heights Chiefs 9-9 (AAAA Senatobia, MS) 57

MS #153 AAAA #7

Pillow Academy Mustangs 3-8 (AAAA S, MS) 47

MS #257 AAAA #11

Notes: Dakota Fernholtz (6-6 ’19 C Magnolia Heights) took over in the fourth quarter to help get the win. He had a near double-double with most stats coming in the final frame. Seth Powell (6-1 ’20 PG Magnolia Heights) and Trace Buffkin (6-3 ’20 G/F Magnolia Heights) both looked solid in the win. Breck Bolin (6-3 ’19 G Pillow Academy) has a nice mid-range pull-up jumper. Shane Houston Stephens (6-2 ’20 G Pillow Academy) had a strong game in the loss for Pillow Academy.

Magnolia Heights (home team) 57

’19’s

Hayden Ward 6-3 G/F 6 reb 1 st

’20’s

J.T. Taylor 6-3 8 pts 1 reb

Aidan Sowell 5-10 PG 7 pts 1 ast

Seth Powell 6-1 PG 9 pts 4 reb 2 st 1 blk

Trace Buffkin 6-3 G/F 4 pts 3 reb

’21’s

Nick Brown 5-9 PG 14 pts 3 reb 2 ast 1 st

Charlie Taylor 6-1 PG 2 pts 3 reb 1 ast 1 blk

Pillow Academy (traveled 102 miles) 47

J. Reichle 7 pts 3 reb 1 st

’20’s

Shane Houston Stephens 6-2 G 22 pts 6 reb

Josh Moor 6-2 2 pts 4 reb

’21’s

Lawes McCool 5-6 G 3 ast 2 st

Magnolia Hoops Player of the Game

Dakota Fernholtz

Magnolia Heights

6-6 ’19 C

13 pts (9 in 4th qtr) 9 reb 1 blk

Katie Roberts Photography

Senior Snapshot

Breck Bolin

Pillow Academy

6-3 ’19 G

14 pts 2 reb 2 ast


Saturday January 26, 2019

The 28th Annual Kiwanis Hot Bed Classic

From Historic Memorial Gym

New Albany Middle School

New Albany, MS

(B) East Union Urchins 12-10 (2A Blue Springs, MS) 68

MS #204 2A #25

Kossuth Aggies 3-20 (3A Kossuth, MS) 45

MS #278 3A #45

Notes: East Union got up early after a late night long trip to Strayhorn and they didn’t seem to have any jet lag. They used a big second and third quarter to get the big win over Kossuth. DeJuan Hubbard (’20 G East Union) had an easy time scoring on his way to a game high 15 points. Weston Mallette (’19 G East Union) had a near double-double. Colton Plunk (6-2 ’21 F/C East Union) looked really solid. Hayden Roberts (5-8 ’22 PG East Union) displayed to several media and scouts as to why he is a high end freshman in the state. Bricen Hales (6-0 ’20 F Kossuth) had a good showing in the loss.

East Union (traveled 12 miles) 68

’19’s

Thomas Gentry 6-0 4 pts 2 ast 1 blk 3 st

Madison Croft PG 7 pts 5-5 ft 1 reb

Jake Wood PF 4 pts 4 reb 2 ast 1 st

’20’s

Josh Henderson 6-4 C 7 pts 5 reb 1 blk 1 st

’22’s

Hayden Roberts 5-8 PG 9 pts 2 reb 3 ast 2 st

Kossuth (traveled 43 miles) 45

’19’s

Tanner Childs 6-0 G 7 pts 1 reb 1 ast 2 st

’20’s

Nick Hopper 5-7 G 11 pts 2 reb 3 ast

Bricen Hales 6-0 F 9 pts 8 reb 1 ast

Isaac Pittman 6-1 F 2 pts 1 reb 1 blk 2 st

’21’s

Keb Browner 5-8 G 3 pts 2 reb 4 ast 5 st

Brock Seago 3 pts 1 reb 2 ast

Hot Bed MVP

DeJuan Hubbard

East Union

’20 G

15 pts 4 reb 1 ast 4 st

Hot Bed MVP

Luke Evetts

Kossuth

5-10 ’20 F

13 pts 5-5 ft 6 reb 2 ast

Magnolia Hoops Player of the Game

Colton Plunk

East Union

6-2 ’21 F/C

12 pts 5-9 fg 8 reb 3 blk 1 st

Katie Roberts Photography

Senior Snapshot

Weston Mallette

East Union

’19 G

10 pts 5-6 fg 8 reb 4 ast 1 st


(B) New Site Royals 18-9 (2A New Site, MS) 82

MS #100 2A #12

West Union Eagles 11-16 (1A Myrtle, MS) 63

MS #187 1A #18

Notes: Walker Moreland (5-11 ’20 SG New Site) continues his run as the national leading three-point shooter. He also displayed his array of skills by dropping 5 dimes and grabbing 4 boards. His basketball IQ is higher than anything that I can even say to describe it. Dalton Pounds (6-4 ’21 F/C New Site) continued his hustle play on the defensive end. Carson Fitzsimmons (5-11 ’20 G New Site), Ethan Eaton (5-11 ’21 G New Site) and Chandler Johnson (6-2 ’20 G New Site) provided a scoring spark. New Site also shot 82% from the free-throw line. Luke Willard (6-2 ’20 G/F West Union) is a very strong player for West Union.

New Site (traveled 45 miles) 82

’20’s

Bryton Smith 5-10 G 7 pts 3 reb 3 ast 2 st

Carson Fitzsimmons 5-11 G 15 pts 5-7 fg 7 reb 2 ast 1 st

Chandler Johnson 6-2 G 12 pts (10 in 2nd half) 4-5 fg 4-4 ft

’21’s

Dalton Pounds 6-4 F/C 4 pts 4 reb 1 ast 4 blk 2 st

Ethan Eaton 5-11 G 15 pts 7-9 fg 5 reb 4 ast 1 st

Wesley Hester 5-11 G 2 pts 3 reb

West Union (traveled 10 miles) 63

’20’s

Sam Callicutt 5-8 G 17 pts 4 3’s 3 reb 1 ast

Boo Robertson 5-9 G 9 pts 3 3’s 5 reb

Jerod McDonald 6-3 G/F 3 pts 3 reb 3 ast 1 blk

Hot Bed MVP

Walker Moreland

New Site

5-11 ’20 SG

25 pts 7-12 fg 4 3’s 7-8 ft 4 reb 5 ast 2 st

Hot Bed MVP

Luke Willard

West Union

6-2 ’20 G/F

19 pts 8 reb 6 ast 3 st

Magnolia Hoops Player of the Game

Walker Moreland

New Site

5-11 ’20 SG

25 pts 7-12 fg 4 3’s 7-8 ft 4 reb 5 ast 2 st

Katie Roberts Photography

Senior Snapshot

Cole Phillips

West Union

5-11 ’19 G

13 pts 5-6 ft 1 reb 2 ast 1 st


(B) Power Center Academy Knights 16-6 (A Memphis, TN) 60

TN #94 A #10

Myrtle Hawks 10-14 (1A Myrtle, MS) 40

MS #241 1A #27

Notes: Coach Cowboy Eric Robinson and his Power Center Academy Knights rolled into New Albany and used a big third quarter to get the win over Myrtle. Justin Border (5-6 ’20 G Power Center Academy) used his speed to earn MVP honors. The football star from Myrtle, A.I. Nugent (5-9 ’21 G Myrtle), posted a strong double-double. Christian Cummings (6-4 ’21 F/C Power Center Academy) will be one to keep an eye on with his length and size.

Power Center (traveled 71 miles) 60

’19’s

Calvin Wiley 6-2 F 9 pts 5 reb 4 ast 1 st 1 blk

DeAnthony Holloway 6-6 F/C 3 pts 7 reb

’20’s

Jamari Jackson 5-10 PG 9 pts 6 reb 1 ast 1 st

Amir Adkins 5-10 G/F 4 pts 4 reb

TreVion Jackson 6-4 F/C 2 pts 3 reb

’21’s

Evan Mayes 6-0 G 4 reb 1 ast 1 st

Myrtle (traveled 8 miles) 40

’19’s

J.T. Hudson 5-6 G 1 pt 3 reb 1 blk 2 st

’20’s

Elijah Ingram 5-6 G 6 pts 5 reb 1 ast 1 st

Hunter Baggett 5-8 G 2 pts 3 reb 1 ast

’21’s

Elijah Thompson 5-10 G/F 7 pts 4 reb 1 ast

’22’s

Jaden Taylor 5-8 G 8 pts 2 reb 1 ast

Hot Bed MVP

Justin Borders

Power Center Academy

5-6 ’20 G

20 pts (15 in 2nd half) 4 3’s 2 reb 4 ast 6 st

Hot Bed MVP

A.I. Nugent

Myrtle

5-9 ’21 G

13 pts 10 reb 4 ast 1 st

Magnolia Hoops Player of the Game

Justin Borders

Power Center Academy

5-6 ’20 G

20 pts (15 in 2nd half) 4 3’s 2 reb 4 ast 6 st

Katie Roberts Photography

Senior Snapshot

Marvin Ivey

Power Center Academy

5-11 ’19 G

9 pts 7 reb 5 ast 3 st


(B) New Albany Bulldogs 16-9 (4A New Albany, MS) 78

MS #97 4A #18

Holly Springs Hawks 14-9 (3A Holly Springs, MS) 66

MS #43 3A #3

Notes: Holly Springs looked pretty good. Coach Sylvester Kilgore is mixing up young talent with experienced players. Cori Bell (6-1 ’20 G Holly Springs) had a high level performance in the loss. Derek Fountain (6-8 ’20 G/F Holly Springs) snagged about every board that came off the glass and he also looked like he get accomplish anything he wanted on the court. Deveon Miller (6-5 ’19 F/C Holly Springs/Northwest CC) had a very efficient double-double. Dylan King (6-2 ’21 G/F Holly Springs) looked impressive with his strong play around the basket. I said all of this to say the following….. New Albany looked better. The host school played the best I’ve seen so far this season. They looked under control and played as a playoff level team. Mitchell Shettles (6-0 ’20 G New Albany) was extremely impressive in the win with his shooting. Isaiah Ball (5-10 ’20 G New Albany) posted a strong game looking calm and collected on the court. Artaveion High (6-2 ’21 G/F New Albany) gained attention of fellow scouts with his strong play. Speaking of young players, New Albany had several play of their own. Michael Smith (6-3 ’22 G/F New Albany) and Albert McDonald (6-2 ’22 G/F New Albany) both played quality minutes for New Albany.

New Albany (home team) 78

’19’s

Troy Payne 6-4 F/C 6 pts 5 reb 1 st 2 blk

Zack Ball 5-9 G 5 pts 1 reb 1 ast 1 st

’20’s

Isaiah Ball 5-10 G 14 pts 4 reb 6 ast

Reed Harris 6-2 F 1 pt 4 reb 3 ast 1 st

’21’s

Artaveion High 6-2 G/F 12 pts 4-4 ft 7 reb 5 ast 3 st

’22’s

Michael Smith 6-3 G/F 8 pts 4-5 fg 2 reb 1 st 1 blk

Albert McDonald 6-2 G/F 3 pts 3 reb

Holly Springs (traveled 36 miles) 66

’20’s

Derek Fountain 6-8 G/F 10 pts 4-7 fg 15 reb 2 ast 4 st

’21’s

Dylan King 6-2 G/F 13 pts 6-7 fg 6 reb 1 blk 1 st

’22’s

Ded’drick Faulkner 5-10 G 4 pts 5 reb 1 ast 1 st

Hot Bed MVP

Mitchell Shettles

New Albany

6-0 ’20 G

32 pts (27 in 2nd half) 5 3’s 15-17 ft 4 reb 2 ast 4 st

Hot Bed MVP

Cori Bell

Holly Springs

6-1 ’20 G

22 pts 10-12 ft 4 reb 8 ast 3 st

Magnolia Hoops Player of the Game

Mitchell Shettles

New Albany

6-0 ’20 G

32 pts (27 in 2nd half) 5 3’s 15-17 ft 4 reb 2 ast 4 st

Katie Roberts Photography

Senior Snapshot

Deveon Miller

Holly Springs/Northwest CC

6-5 ’19 F/C

19 pts 7-11 fg 10 reb 1 ast 2 blk


(B) Florence Eagles 17-5 (4A Florence, MS) 73

MS #12 4A #2

Plainview Bears 25-4 (3A Rainsville, AL) 69

AL #21 3A #1

Notes: Florence fought hard to get this win. Jaylon Forbes (6-4 ’19 G/F Florence/Alabama) and Lerenzo “Trey” Fort (6-4 ’19 G Florence) both rose to the occasion to help get the win. Devin Carter (6-1 ’21 PG Florence) turned heads with his solid play. Wayne Lewis (6-2 ’19 G Florence) stepped up with a solid performance. Plainview is one of my favorite teams to watch in the country if not the favorite. Every basketball junkie should check out a Robi Coker coached team. They are fun to watch and amazed the fans seeing them for the first time. Florence Coach Darrin “DC” Chancellor walked away while exhaling a big breath, “Whoa, they are good.” Koby Tinker (6-2 ’19 G Plainview) was the high scorer in this game with 28 points. Caden Millican (6-3 ’19 F Plainview) was on his way to a triple-double. Check out these stats on the overall game. Both teams shot over 50% from the field. They shot 44% from the three-point line. Free-throw???? No missed free-throws in the game, 100%. they combined to go 12 of 12 from the charity stripe.

Florence (traveled 205 miles) 73

’19’s

Wayne Lewis 6-2 G 14 pts 6-9 fg 5 reb 2 ast 6 st

Jaylon Johnson F 4 pts 5 reb 2 ast

Jacob Walker G 4 pts 3 reb 2 ast 1 st

’21’s

Devin Carter 6-0 PG 6 pts 6 ast 2 st

Plainview (traveled 226 miles) 69

’19’s

Dane Haymon 6-2 G 2 pts 2 reb 2 ast 1 blk 1 st

’20’s

Tristan Willingham 5-8 PG 13 pts 5-7 fg 3 3’s 1 reb 2 ast 3 st

’22’s

Cole Millican 6-1 G 12 pts 4-7 fg 4 reb 3 ast

Hot Bed MVP

Jaylon Forbes

Florence/Alabama

6-4 ’19 G/F

24 pts (16 in 2nd half) 3 3’s 8 reb 2 ast 1 blk 5 st

Hot Bed MVP

Koby Tinker

Plainview

6-2 ’19 G

28 pts 7 3’s 3 reb 3 ast 2 st

Magnolia Hoops Player of the Game

Lerenzo “Trey” Fort

Florence

6-4 ’19 G

25 pts 10-14 fg 3 3’s 2 reb 2 ast 1 blk 1 st

Katie Roberts Photography

Senior Snapshot

Caden Millican

Plainview

6-3 ’19 F

17 pts 5-6 fg 5 3’s 6 reb 6 ast 1 st


(B) Wenonah Dragons 22-5 (5A Birmingham, AL) 55

AL #4 3A #1

Lausanne Collegiate Lynx 15-7 (II-A Memphis, TN) 52

TN #46 II-A #4

Notes: This was the Memphis-Brimingham battle, round 1. The 5A Alabama power never had the lead in the game until the clock hit 0:00. To see the video click here. Cameron Tucker (6-2 ’19 PG Wenonah) drained a three at the buzzer for the win. Justin Minter (6-4 ’19 G Wenonah) had a near triple-double. JaDerryus “JD” Eatmon (6-9 ’19 C Wenonah) didn’t have the best stats but he looked very solid. Schyler “Sky” Forest (6-5 ’19 G/F Lausanne) played like a beast. He knocked down a couple three’s and scored down low with ease. Hayden Ledbetter (’22 PG Lausanne) will be a player to keep an eye on as he develops.

Wenonah (traveled 163 miles) 55

’19’s

Jarvise Minter 6-4 F 5 pts 3 reb 2 ast 2 st

JaDerryus “JD” Eatman 6-9 C 7 pts 3-5 fg 3 reb

’20’s

Jayden Sanders 6-1 SG 15 pts 4 3’s 3 reb 2 ast

Lausanne (traveled 74 miles) 52

’20’s

Jalen “Bo” Montgomery 6-5 G 15 pts 3 3’s 3 reb 6 ast 1 blk 2 st

Johnathan Dejurnett 6-7 F/C 4 pts 2 reb 1 ast 1 blk

Nick Floyd 5 reb 2 ast

Dylan Andrews 6-0 SG 7 pts 3 reb 3 ast 2 st

’22’s

Hayden Ledbetter PG 10 pts 1 reb 1 ast

Hot Bed MVP

Cameron Tucker

Wenonah

6-2 ’19 G

18 pts 6-9 fg 3 3’s 5 reb 3 ast 2 blk

Game winning 3 with 0:01 on the clock

Hot Bed MVP

Schyler “Sky” Forest

Lausanne

6-5 ’19 G/F

18 pts 7-13 fg 6 reb 3 ast 3 st

Magnolia Hoops Player of the Game

Cameron Tucker

Wenonah

6-2 ’19 G

18 pts 6-9 fg 3 3’s 5 reb 3 ast 2 blk

Game winning buzzer beater 3

Katie Roberts Photography

Senior Snapshot

Justin Minter

Wenonah

6-4 ’19 G

10 pts 8 reb 7 ast 3 st


(B) Bartlett Panthers 23-2 (AAA Bartlett, TN) 58

TN #1 3A #1

Carver Wolverines 18-8 (6A Montgomery, AL) 31

AL #37 6A #18

Notes: This game wasn’t what it should’ve been without Jaykwon Walton (6-6 ’19 SG Carver/Georgia). He only played 2 minutes and 59 seconds before going down with a facial injury. Best of luck to him in his recovery from the injury. He’s a great kid with a great family and I wish him the best. Jereme Robinson (’19 Carver) had a team high in points and rebounds in the loss. Sylvester Thompson (5-10 ’19 G Bartlett), Takori Rooks (6-6 ’19 F Bartlett) and Antavion “Dude” Collum (6-8 ’19 G Bartlett/Ole Miss) were the key contributors for Bartlett.

Bartlett (traveled 83 miles) 59

’19’s

Jefferson Walker 6-0 G 12 pts 4 reb 1 st

Wynne Brown 5-9 G 4 pts 1 reb 3 ast 2 st

Takori Rooks 6-6 F 8 pts 9 reb 1 ast 2 st

’20’s

Rodney Mason 6-5 G 2 pts 2 reb 2 ast 1 st

Jaylin Lucas 6-3 SF 2 pts 4 reb 4 ast

Carver (traveled 247 miles) 31

’19’s

Centarrio Hinson 2 pts 7 reb 3 blk 1 st

Darryl Flowers 5 pts 3 reb 1 ast

Ethan Stinson 4 pts 3 reb 1 ast 1 blk 1 st

’20’s

Mike Murray 2 pts 4 reb 2 ast

Jalen Walton 1 reb 3 ast 1 st

’21’s

JuWon Gaston 6 pts 4-5 ft 1 reb 2 ast

Hot Bed MVP

Sylvester Thompson

Bartlett

5-10 ’19 G

13 pts 4 reb 2 ast 4 st

Hot Bed MVP

Jereme Robinson

Carver

’19

12 pts 9 reb

Magnolia Hoops Player of the Game

Antavion “Dude” Collum

Bartlett/Ole Miss

6-8 ’19 G

8 pts 10 reb 2 ast 1 st

Katie Roberts Photography

Senior Snapshot

Shemar Johnson

Bartlett

5-9 ’19 G

9 pts 3-5 fg 3 3’s 2 reb 1 ast 1 st


(B) Mountain Brook Spartans 25-3 (7A Birmingham, AL) 51

AL #1 7A #1

Memphis East Mustangs 17-6 (AAA Memphis, TN) 47

TN #2 AAA #2

Notes: Round two of Memphis-Birmingham. This game was one of the biggest games in the country between two national powerhouses. The two big-time national players didn’t disappoint either. Trendon Watford (6-8 ’19 F Mountain Brook) got the better of this head-to-head battle. He scored half of his points in the fourth quarter by demanding the ball and putting his team on his back. Alex Washington (6-2 ’19 G Mountain Brook) stepped up big draining the long balls. “Big Ticket” James Wiseman (7-0 ’19 F/C Memphis East) wowed fans with his long range shot, highlight reel dunks and energetic blocks. This was a heavyweight battle from beginning to end.

Mountain Brook (traveled 175 miles) 51

’19’s

Ben Garrett 6-2 G 3 pts 4 reb 2 ast 1 st

Lior Berman 6-3 F 6 pts 1 reb 2 st

’20’s

Colby Jones 6-5 G 7 pts 5 reb 2 ast 3 st

Memphis East (traveled 78 miles) 47

’19’s

Nautical Harwell 6-1 G 10 pts 4 reb 1 ast 1 st

Malcolm Dandridge 6-8 F  Memphis 6 pts 9 reb 2 blk 2 st

Derrein “Dee” Merriweather 6-0 G 8 pts 2 reb 1 ast

’20’s

Isaiah Cathey 6-1 G 3 pts 1 reb 5 ast 1 st

Hot Bed MVP

Trendon Watford

Mountain Brook

6-8 ’19 F

18 pts (9 in the 4th qtr) 7-11 fg 11 reb 6 ast 3 blk 1 st

Hot Bed MVP

James Wiseman

Memphis East/Memphis

7-0 ’19 F/C

20 pts 2 3’s 7 reb 2 ast 1 blk

Magnolia Hoops Player of the Game

Trendon Watford

Mountain Brook

6-8 ’19 F

18 pts (9 in the 4th qtr) 7-11 fg 11 reb 6 ast 3 blk 1 st

Katie Roberts Photography

Senior Snapshot

Alex Washington

Mountain Brook

6-2 ’19 G

17 pts 5-9 FG 5 3’s 2 ast 1 st


(B) Briarcrest Christian Saints 21-2 (II-AA Eads, TN) 68

TN #4 II-AA #1

Heritage Academy Patriots 21-4 (AAA Columbus, MS) 37

MS #51 AAA #1

Notes: Briarcrest got an early jump on the MAIS Overall favorites and cruised to the victory. Marcellus Brigham (6-6 ’20 G/F Briarcrest) and Kennedy Chandler (6-0 ’21 G Briarcrest) helped lead the Saints to the victory.

Briarcrest (traveled 72 miles) 68

’19’s

Cleveland Yates 6-3 F 4 pts 5 reb 1 ast 1 st

’20’s

Michael Malone 6-3 G/F 11 pts 5-8 fg 1 reb 2 ast 4 st

Omari Thomas 6-5 F/C 4 pts 7 reb 2 ast 1 st

Rodney Newsome Jr 6-5 F/C 2 pts 5 reb 3 ast 3 st

’21’s

Tyler Harrington 6-1 SG 2 reb 4 ast 1 st

Peyton Moore 5-10 PG 6 pts 2 reb

Heritage Academy (traveled 89 miles) 37

’19’s

Moak Griffin 6-1 G 7 pts 2 reb 4 st

’20’s

Carter Putt 5-11 G 2 pts 3 reb 2 ast 1 st

Jared Long 6-5 G/F 7 pts 3 reb 1 ast

Reid Huskison 5-10 G 2 reb 4 ast 1 st

Eli Acker 6-6 F/C 3 pts 3 reb

’23’s

Mack Howard 6-2 G 5 pts

Hot Bed MVP

Marcellus Brigham

Briarcrest

6-6 ’20 G/F

20 pts 7-12 fg 6-6 ft 11 reb 2 ast 2 blk 3 st

Hot Bed MVP

Steele Altmyer

Heritage Academy

’20 G

9 pts 2 reb 1 blk 1 st

Magnolia Hoops Player of the Game

Kennedy Chandler

Briarcrest

6-0 ’21 G

15 pts 4 reb 1 ast 2 st

Katie Roberts Photography

Senior Snapshot

Cameron “Beno” Bell

Heritage Academy

6-5 ’19 F/C

2 pts 5 reb 3 blk 1 st


(B) Ingomar Falcons 24-4 (2A New Albany, MS) 67

MS #48 2A #3

Bay Springs Bulldogs 21-3 (2A Bay Springs, MS) 61

MS #26 2A #1

Notes: Zach Shugars (6-4 ’21 F Ingomar) continues to improve this season but he actually reached another level in this game. It’s like the light clicked on that says they can’t stop you. He plays hard and plays smart. Trent Bradley (5-5 ’19 G Ingoamr) stepped up big in the win for Ingomar. Jacorrieous Moore (6-2 ’19 G Bay Springs), Damien Wheaton (6-8 ’19 F/C Bay Springs) and Kevin Grimes (6-3 ’19 G Bay Springs) fought hard to keep the Bulldogs in the game. I was also impressed with the progress of Daylan Lindsey (6-3 ’20 F Bay Springs) from last season to now. Another key stats for Ingomar was the high free-throw percentage. They connected on 22 of 25 from the line.

Ingomar (traveled 7 miles) 67

’19’s

Trent Bradley 5-5 G 18 pts 5-8 fg 6-6 ft 1 reb 3 ast 4 st

Brandon Keys 5-9 G 7 pts 4 reb 2 ast 1 st

’20’s

Nathan Weeden 6-2 G/F 5 pts 6 reb 1 ast 1 st

Clayton Stanford 6-3 F/C 8 pts 4 reb 2 ast

’21’s

Tyson Smithey 6-2 F 6 pts 1 reb 1 st

Bay Springs (traveled 219 miles) 61

’19’s

Zach Whitlock 5-10 G 3 pts 3 reb 1 ast 1 blk 2 st

Damien Wheaton 6-8 F/C 9 pts 4-7 fg 6 reb 3 ast 3 blk 3 st

’20’s

Anthony Wheaton 5-9 PG 7 pts 1 reb 7 ast

Daylan Lindsey 6-3 F 10 pts 5-7 fg 5 reb

Hot Bed MVP

Zach Shugars

Ingomar

6-4 ’21 F

22 pts 7-13 fg 8-8 ft 8 reb 4 ast 2 blk 2 st

Hot Bed MVP

Kevin Grimes

Bay Springs

6-3 ’19 G

18 pts 7-12 fg 2 reb 2 ast 3 st

Magnolia Hoops Player of the Game

Zach Shugars

Ingomar

6-4 ’21 F

22 pts 7-13 fg 8-8 ft 8 reb 4 ast 2 blk 2 st

Katie Roberts Photography

Senior Snapshot

Jacorrieous Moore

Bay Springs

6-2 ’19 G

17 pts 11 reb 1 ast 1 blk 1 st


Magnolia Hoops Best Game

The best game that I saw during this time period.

Mountain Brook (AL) 51

Memphis East (TN) 47


Magnolia Hoops Head of the Class

The best players in their respective classes that I saw during this time period based on stats.

2019: Jaylon Forbes 6-4 G/F Florence/Alabama

2020: Mitchell Shettles 6-0 G New Albany

2021: Zach Shugars 6-4 F Ingomar

2022: Cole Millican 6-1 G Plainview (AL)

2023: Mack Howard 6-2 G Heritage Academy


Magnolia Hoops Starting 5

The top five players that I saw during this time period based on stats.

Mitchell Shettles 6-0 ’20 G New Albany

Jaylon Forbes 6-4 ’19 G/F Florence/Alabama

Trendon Watford 6-8 ’19 F Mountain Brook (AL)

Marcellus Brigham 6-6 ’20 G/F Briarcrest Christian (TN)

Zach Shugars 6-4 ’21 F Ingomar


Katie Roberts Photography Senior Squad

Jaylon Forbes 6-4 G/F Florence/Alabama

Trendon Watford 6-8 F Mountain Brook (AL)

Koby Tinker 6-2 G Plainview (AL)

Deveon Miller 6-5 F/C Holly Springs/Northwest CC

Lerenzo “Trey” Fort 6-4 G Florence

Jacorrieous Moore 6-2 G Bay Springs


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