Magnolia Hoops Beat Cancer Shootout Report

Magnolia Hoops

Beat Cancer Shootout Report

Saturday November 9, 2019

From Northwest Rankin HS

Flowood, MS

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). The stats used are based on the highest numbers from what I keep, the score book has or stats listed on MaxPreps.

How do you get on the Magnolia Hoops Report? I put players on here that catch my eye or have a combined stat total of ten. Catching my eye could be leadership from the bench, winning the game or just hard play. Combined stat line of ten can be in any form. It’s doesn’t have to be points only. It can be any of the stats added up to make double-digits.

The Magnolia Hoops Player of the Game award goes to the player that affects the game the most for the winning team. The Katie Roberts Photography Senior Snapshot is the senior that either had the best stat line or one that next level coaches need to be aware of.

The Magnolia Hoops Head of the Class is the player with the best stat line by grade. The Magnolia Hoops Starting Five is the top five players with the best stat line for the entire day. The Magnolia Hoops Head Coach is the Coach that did the best job with their team. The Katie Roberts Photography Senior Squad is the top five seniors with the best stat lines. The Magnolia Hoops Best Game is either the best or most interesting game of  the day. The Magnolia Hoops Top Five Teams is the best teams on this day and not necessarily the entire year.


(B) Ridgeland Titans 3-1 (5A Ridgeland, MS) 73

Jim Hill Tigers 0-3 (5A Jackson, MS) 70

Notes: Jeff Blackmon (5-11 ’20 G Ridgeland 29 pts 4 3’s 10-15 fg 4 reb 2 ast 2 st) waited until the second half to really take it over and show why he will be a next level guard. Christian McCullum (5-10 ’21 G Ridgeland 17 pts 7-9 ft 2 reb 4 ast 5 st) continues to impress me with his solid play. Jim Hill didn’t show up early in the game but they continued to make it interesting as the game went on. Every time Ridgeland went on a run and you thought it was over they would get right back in it. Anthony “P-Nut” Womack Jr (6-1 ’21 G Jim Hill 11 pts 4 reb 9 ast) did everything he could to keep the Tigers in the game.

Ridgeland (traveled 12 miles) 73

’20’s

Jeff Blackmon 5-11 G 29 pts 4 3’s 10-15 fg 4 reb 2 ast 2 st

’21’s

Decarlos Wilson 6-1 G/F 11 pts 2 reb 3 ast 2 st

Jeff Alexander 6-3 F 6 pts 10 reb 1 ast

Christian McCullum 5-10 G 17 pts 7-9 ft 2 reb 4 ast 5 st

Miciah Myles 6-2 F 6 pts 3-4 fg 3 reb 1 st

Jim Hill (traveled 16 miles) 70

’20’s

Jamaal Watson 6-3 SF 10 pts 4-4 ft 5 reb

Jaylen Walker 5-10 G 13 pts 4 3’s 2 reb 1 ast

Tejuire “T.J.” Stamps 6-4 F 11 pts 6 reb 3 ast 3 st

’21’s

Anthony “P-Nut” Womack Jr 6-1 G 11 pts 4 reb 9 ast

’22’s

KJ Jefferson 6-0 G/F 7 pts 9 reb 2 ast 1 st

Deontae Williams 6-6 F/C 16 pts 7 reb 1 ast 1 st

Magnolia Hoops Player of the Game

Jeff Blackmon

Ridgeland

5-11 ’20 G

29 pts 4 3’s 10-15 fg 4 reb 2 ast 2 st

Katie Roberts Photography

Senior Snapshot

Tejuire “T.J.” Stamps

Jim Hill

6-4 ’20 F

11 pts 6 reb 3 ast 3 st


(B) Provine Rams 3-0 (5A Jackson, MS) 74

Newton Tigers 0-3 (2A Newton, MS) 53

Notes: Samarion Grant (5-11 ’22 G Provine 26 pts 4 3’s 1 reb 2 ast 5 st) scored at will to help the Rams get the win. However, it was the all-around play of Malik Ransom (6-5 ’20 F Provine 12 pts 8 reb 1 ast 1 st 2 blk) that earned him Player of the Game honors. Newton was very impressive at the free-throw line going 26 of 34. Newton also has a really good young nucleus to work with and will be hard to handle in 2A in a few years. Justin Thompson (6-3 ’22 G/F Newton 3 pts 5 reb), Rayvion Nettles (6-2 ’22 F Newton 7 pts 3 reb 1 ast 2 st 1 charge taken) and Kedrick Osby (6-7 ’23 G/F Newton 19 pts (13 in 4th qtr) 1 3’s 10-11 ft (6-7 ft in 4th qtr) 8 reb 2 ast 1 st) will be big pieces for the Tigers down the road.

Provine (traveled 19 miles) 74

’20’s

Malik Ransom 6-5 F 12 pts 8 reb 1 ast 1 st 2 blk

Nicholaus Council 6-1 G 14 pts 1 3’s 7-8 ft 3 reb 2 ast 3 st

’21’s

E’Joshua Noble 5-11 G 11 pts 5 reb 5 ast 4 st

Triston McKee 6-3 G/F 2 pts 3 reb 3 ast 4 st

Phillip Carr 6-5 F 3 pts 2 reb 2 ast 4 st

’22’s

Samarion Grant 5-11 G 26 pts 4 3’s 1 reb 2 ast 5 st

Newton (traveled 60 miles) 53

Jayden Porter 10 pts 1 3’s 1 reb 2 ast 3 st 2 charges taken

Camron Blaylock 10 pts 1 3’s 5-6 ft 2 reb 1 ast

’22’s

Justin Thompson 6-3 G/F 3 pts 5 reb

Rayvion Nettles 6-2 F 7 pts 3 reb 1 ast 2 st 1 charge taken

’23’s

Kedrick Osby 6-7 G/F 19 pts (13 in 4th qtr) 1 3’s 10-11 ft (6-7 ft in 4th qtr) 8 reb 2 ast 1 st

Magnolia Hoops Player of the Game

Malik Ransom

Provine

6-5 ’20 F

12 pts 8 reb 1 ast 1 st 2 blk

Katie Roberts Photography

Senior Snapshot

Nicholaus Council

Provine

6-1 ’20 G

14 pts 1 3’s 7-8 ft 3 reb 2 ast 3 st


(B) Vicksburg Gators 2-0 (5A Vicksburg, MS) 59

Terry Bulldogs 1-2 (6A Terry, MS) 57

Notes: This was a very good game from start to finish. Every time I looked up at the scoreboard I thought that Terry would’ve been winning but Vicksburg pulled out the win. They did it with big man Jaden Williams (6-7 ’21 F/C Vicksburg 2 pts 4 reb 1 ast 1 st 1 blk) sidelined with foul trouble. Rickendrick Johnson (6-1 ’20 G/F Vicksburg 17 pts 6-8 fg 7 reb 1 ast 1 st 1 charge taken) stepped up big down low in his absence when the game was on the line. Keshawn Brown (6-5 ’21 G Vicksburg 9 pts 4-6 fg 1 3’s 6 reb 2 ast 1 blk) continues to improve and develop. He has a chance at being one of the top players in his class if he keeps going in the right direction. The biggest and best surprise for me was the play of Peytin Jackson (6-0 ’20 G Vicksburg 10 pts 4-7 fg 6 reb 5 ast 1 st 1 blk). I had been hearing about him over the summer and going into the season and he was even better than what I was thinking he would be. He is a very solid and strong next level point guard. He’s kinda like an old fashioned guard that runs a team and tries to make his teammates better. He is tough and hard nosed with the ball. Next level Coaches need to see him ASAP. That seems to be a recurring theme this year is with coaches looking for toughness. AJ Warnsley (6-6 ’20 F/C Terry 9 pts 5 reb 1 st) is about as tough as it comes when your talking about bigs. He didn’t have the best stat line but stat lines don’t always tell the whole story of a persons game. He is an aggravating defender that just seems like he takes pleasure in banging around other players in the paint. Devin Ree (6-7 ’22 G/F Terry 17 pts 2 3’s 5-6 ft 12 reb 3 ast 1 st) is improving in leaps and bounds with his skill level and play. The sky is the limit for Devin if he continues to work.

Vicksburg (traveled 60 miles) 59

’20’s

Peytin Jackson 6-0 G 10 pts 4-7 fg 6 reb 5 ast 1 st 1 blk

Cameron Butler 6-0 G 17 pts 3 3’s 6-9 fg 7 reb 5 ast 2 st

Rickendrick Johnson 6-1 G/F 17 pts 6-8 fg 7 reb 1 ast 1 st 1 charge taken

’21’s

Jaden Williams 6-7 F/C 2 pts 4 reb 1 ast 1 st 1 blk

Keshawn Brown 6-5 G 9 pts 4-6 fg 1 3’s 6 reb 2 ast 1 blk

La’Caris Johnson 6-4 G/F 2 pts 11 reb 4 ast 1 st

Taylon Smith 5-11 G 7 pts 1 3’s 3 reb 2 ast 1 st

Terry (traveled 30 miles) 57

’20’s

Brayden Wade 6-2 F 11 pts 1 reb 1 st

AJ Warnsley 6-6 F/C 9 pts 5 reb 1 st

’21’s

JuWayne Campbell 6-0 G 4 pts 3 reb 2 ast 1 st

Joshua Moore 6-2 F 10 pts 1 reb 1 st

’22’s

Devin Ree 6-7 G/F 17 pts 2 3’s 5-6 ft 12 reb 3 ast 1 st

Magnolia Hoops Player of the Game

Rickendrick Johnson

Vicksburg

6-1 ’20 G/F

17 pts 6-8 fg 7 reb 1 ast 1 st 1 charge taken

Katie Roberts Photography

Senior Snapshot

Peytin Jackson

Vicksburg

6-0 ’20 G

10 pts 4-7 fg 6 reb 5 ast 1 st 1 blk


(B) Brandon Bulldogs 3-2 (6A Brandon, MS) 54

Velma Jackson Falcons 2-2 (3A Camden, MS) 49

Notes: Ismail Rashid (6-5 ’22 F Brandon 19 pts 6-8 fg 5-6 ft 10 reb 3 ast 3 st) is another one of the top players in the very talented ’22 class. He easily walked away with player of the game honors with his all-around and efficient play. Joshua Lee (6-2 ’21 G Velma Jackson 28 pts 5 3’s 9-10 ft 8 reb 4 ast 5 st) had a killer performance and showed why he is right behind Ruffin for top players in the ’21 class. Velma Jackson fans hang tight. The schedule is probably the toughest in 3A so you will have some bumps in the road and losses but it’ll be worth it in March.

Brandon (traveled 11 miles) 54

’20’s

JaQuevias Tarvin 6-3 G 26 pts 2 3’s 5 reb 1 ast 2 st

Willie Miller 6-2 F/C 3 pts 4 reb 1 ast 2 blk 4 st

’21’s

Danarius Harper 6-6 F 5 pts 6 reb 2 ast 1 blk 2 st

’22’s

Ismail Rashid 6-5 F 19 pts 6-8 fg 5-6 ft 10 reb 3 ast 3 st

Velma Jackson (traveled 42 miles) 49

’20’s

Charlie Jones 6-2 PF 6 pts 6 reb 1 ast

Leaveon Griffin 5-11 SG 8 pts 7 reb 1 st 1 charge taken

’21’s

Joshua Lee 6-2 G 28 pts 5 3’s 9-10 ft 8 reb 4 ast 5 st

RD Wilson 6-0 G/F 9 pts 5 reb

Magnolia Hoops Player of the Game

Ismail Rashid

Brandon

6-5 ’22 F

19 pts 6-8 fg 5-6 ft 10 reb 3 ast 3 st

Katie Roberts Photography

Senior Snapshot

JaQuevias Tarvin

Brandon

6-3 ’20 G

26 pts 2 3’s 5 reb 1 ast 2 st


(B) Northwest Rankin Cougars 3-2 (6A Flowood, MS) 81

Lanier Bulldogs 1-3 (4A Jackson, MS) 52

Notes: Don’t look now but Coach Luckett has them Cougars runnin an gunnin. They play with such a high energy and really pick you up on the defensive end. Matthew Mackey (6-3 ’20 G Northwest Rankin 10 pts 2 3’s 9 reb 6 ast 1 blk 2 st) was messing around trying to get a triple-double while Michael Forbes Jr (6-3 ’20 F Northwest Rankin 15 pts 1 3’s 6-9 fg 12 reb 2 ast 2 blk 2 st 1 charge taken) put together a very solid game across the board. Both are solid candidates that need to be seen by next level coaches. LaDarion “LD” Perkins (6-3 ’22 F Northwest Rankin 19 pts 5 3’s 2 reb 3 ast 1 st) is one to watch down the road. He is so skilled and has really high potential.

Northwest Rankin (home team) 81

’20’s

Matthew Mackey 6-3 G 10 pts 2 3’s 9 reb 6 ast 1 blk 2 st

Kevin Byrd 5-10 G 5 pts 3 reb 2 ast

Michael Forbes Jr 6-3 F 15 pts 1 3’s 6-9 fg 12 reb 2 ast 2 blk 2 st 1 charge taken

’21’s

Munsumi Lard 6-2 F/C 8 pts 3-5 fg 2 reb 2 ast 2 st

’22’s

LaDarion “LD” Perkins 6-3 F 19 pts 5 3’s 2 reb 3 ast 1 st

Kameron Jones 6-2 G 8 pts 1 3’s 3 reb 2 st

Lanier (traveled 14 miles) 52

’20’s

Jonvincent Marshall 6-2 F 2 pts 6 reb 4 ast 1 st 1 blk

Anthony Williams 6-3 F 13 pts 6-10 fg 6 reb 2 ast 1 st

’21’s

Anthony Richards 6-6 F 8 pts 6 reb 1 blk

’22’s

Joshua Washington 5-9 PG 4 pts 1 3’s 3 reb 2 ast 1 st

Damaurian Edwards 5-7 PG 15 pts 6-10 fg 2 reb 1 st

Magnolia Hoops Player of the Game

Michael Forbes Jr

Northwest Rankin

6-3 ’20 F

15 pts 1 3’s 6-9 fg 12 reb 2 ast 2 blk 2 st 1 charge taken

Katie Roberts Photography

Senior Snapshot

Matthew Mackey

Northwest Rankin

6-3 ’20 G

10 pts 2 3’s 9 reb 6 ast 1 blk 2 st


Magnolia Hoops Head Coach

The best coaching job that I saw during this time period.

Joshua Luckett

Northwest Rankin


Magnolia Hoops Best Game

The best game that I saw during this time period.

Vicksburg Gators 59

Terry Bulldogs 57


Magnolia Hoops Top 5 Teams

The top five teams that I saw during this time period.

Vicksburg

Terry

Northwest Rankin

Provine

Brandon


Magnolia Hoops Head of the Class

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

2020: Jeff Blackmon

5-11 G Ridgeland 29 pts 4 3’s 10-15 fg 4 reb 2 ast 2 st

2021: Joshua Lee

6-2 G Velma Jackson 28 pts 5 3’s 9-10 ft 8 reb 4 ast 5 st

2022: Ismail Rashid

6-5 F Brandon 19 pts 6-8 fg 5-6 ft 10 reb 3 ast 3 st

2023: Kedrick Osby

6-7 G/F Newton 19 pts 1 3’s 10-11 ft 8 reb 2 ast 1 st


Magnolia Hoops Starting 5

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

Joshua Lee

6-2 ’21 G Velma Jackson 28 pts 5 3’s 9-10 ft 8 reb 4 ast 5 st

Jeff Blackmon

5-11 ’20 G Ridgeland 29 pts 4 3’s 10-15 fg 4 reb 2 ast 2 st

Ismail Rashid

6-5 ’22 F Brandon 19 pts 6-8 fg 5-6 ft 10 reb 3 ast 3 st

Samarion Grant

5-11 ’22 G Provine 26 pts 4 3’s 1 reb 2 ast 5 st

Michael Forbes Jr

6-3 ’20 F Northwest Rankin 15 pts 1 3’s 6-9 fg 12 reb 2 ast 2 blk 2 st 1 charge taken


Katie Roberts Photography Senior Squad

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

Jeff Blackmon

5-11 G Ridgeland 29 pts 4 3’s 10-15 fg 4 reb 2 ast 2 st

Michael Forbes Jr

6-3 F Northwest Rankin 15 pts 1 3’s 6-9 fg 12 reb 2 ast 2 blk 2 st 1 charge taken

JaQuevias Tarvin

6-3 G Brandon 26 pts 2 3’s 5 reb 1 ast 2 st

Cameron Butler

6-0 G Vicksburg 17 pts 3 3’s 6-9 fg 7 reb 5 ast 2 st

Matthew Mackey

6-3 G Northwest Rankin 10 pts 2 3’s 9 reb 6 ast 1 blk 2 st


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