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Calhoun County, AL – Fisher’s heroics lift Jacksonville boys over Plainview. Williams powers White Plains’ boys past Lincoln. Curry shoots Saks boys past Faith. Gannaway, Lee give JCA big performances. B.B. Comer, Cleburne County, Glencoe boys victorious. Southside girls roll.

Tuesday’s scoreboard

BOYS
Spring Garden 54, Donoho 38
Jacksonville 52, Plainview 50
Saks 52, Faith Christian 48
B.B. Comer 65, Sylacauga 63
Cleburne County 50, Randolph County 49
White Plains 80, Lincoln 54
Glencoe 70, Gaston 30
Jacksonville Christian 67, ASD 56
Ashville 59, Pleasant Valley 26
GIRLS
Spring Garden 66, Oxford 38
Plainview 70, Jacksonville 44
Lincoln 59, White Plains 52
Southside 44, Hokes Bluff 13

 

RAINSVILLE — Ky’dric Fisher’s shot in the lane as time expired lifted Jacksonville to a 52-50 victory at Plainview on Tuesday.

The Class 4A, third-ranked Golden Eagles (23-6) prevailed against Class 3A’s fourth-ranked team for the second time this season. They beat Plainview 67-63 on Nov. 21.

Jacksonville forced 21 Plainview turnovers, 14 coming on Jacksonville steals.

—Fisher finished with eight points and three steals. Jacksonville’s other top performers:

—Devin Barksdale: 14 points (four 3-pointers).
—Aaron Nixon:12 points (one 3-pointer), five rebounds, three steals.
—Ben Pridgen: four points,six rebounds (five offensive rebounds).

WHITE PLAINS 80, LINCOLN 54: Daniel Williams’ late-season surge continued Tuesday with 22 points, all in the first three quarters, and Class 4A second-ranked White Plains improved to 21-8. He hit one 3-pointer.

The Wildcats’ other top performers:

—Josh Wheeler: 12 points.
—Paul Laube: 12 points (two 3-pointers).
—Cam Almon: 10 points.

Lincoln’s top performers:

—Tripp Ward: 20 points (three 3-pointers).
—Brayden Kelley: 12 points (one 3-pointer).

SAKS 52, FAITH CHRISTIAN 48: At Faith, Lajuan Curry hit four 3-pointers on the way to 15 points.

Faith marked senior night, honoring Joseph Carroll, Carson Harris, Eli Robinson and Will Smith on the boys’ team and Ally Folsom and Hannah Hubbard on the girls’ team.

Saks’ other top performers:

—Joshua Todd: 13 points.
—Christian Hall: 11 points (one 3-pointer).

Faith’s top performers:

—Connor Richerzhagen: 13 points (one 3-pointer).
—Robinson: 11 points.
—Harris: six points.
—Carroll: six points.

JACKSONVILLE CHRISTIAN 67, ASD 56: Jesse Gannaway was busy Tuesday, running up 37 points, six rebounds and five steals.

JCA’s other top performers:

—Noah Lee: 16 points, 16 rebounds, four assists, three steals.

B.B. COMER 65, SYLACAUGA 63: Chris Wilson led Comer (17-5) with 16 points, eight rebounds and five blocks.

The Tigers’ other top performers:

—Cam Gaddis: 15 points.
—Kamore Harris: 15 points.
—Raelon Sims: nine points.

GLENCOE 70, GASTON 30: Grant Smith poured in 23 points to lead Gaston (15-8). The Yellow Jackets’ other top performers:

—Jayden Patton: 12 points.
—Garrett Morgan: eight points.
—Wade Segrest: eight points.
—Aiden Cornutt: eight points.

Gaston’s top performers:

—Mica Merriman: 16 points.

CLEBURNE COUNTY 50, RANDOLPH COUNTY 49: Cade Shubert led Cleburne County with eight points. Sy Altman, Lyric Ware and Grey Freeman had seven apiece.

ASHVILLE 59, PLEASANT VALLEY 26: Brody Barnwell and Noah Johnson had five points apiece for Pleasant Valley. Each hit a 3-pointer.

Girls

SOUTHSIDE 44, Hokes Bluff 13: Grace Anne Rose paced Southside (22-5) with 12 points and eight rebounds. The Panthers’ other top performers:

—Mallory Brooks: 11 points (three 3-pointers).
—Madison Shaw: 11 points (one 3-pointer).

PLAINVIEW 70, JACKSONVILLE 44: Alexis Phillips led Jacksonville with 11 points. She also had four rebounds and two steals.

Jacksonville’s other top performers:

—Halaina Lozano: nine points (three 3-pointers).
—DeAsia Prothro: eight points, six rebounds.
—Jayci Taylor: eight points.

LINCOLN 59, WHITE PLAINS 52: Aubrey Machen scored  game-high 35 points with three 3-pointers to lead Lincoln to victory. She scored 14 of Lincoln’s 23 points in the fourth quarter, as

The Golden Bears’ other top performers:

—Faith Robinson: 10 points (two 3-pointers).

White Plains’ top performers:

—Cooper Martin: 20 points (three 3

 

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