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Calhoun County, AL – Alexandria boys make good at foul line, top White Plains in overtime. Weaver, Piedmont, Glencoe, Southside boys win. Anniston girls win a thriller at Talladega. Alexandria, Southside girls victorious.

Friday scoreboard

Talladega 59, Anniston 56
Alexandria 56, White Plains 51, OT
Faith Christian 63, Pleasant Valley 43
Weaver 71, Saks 49
Piedmont 67, Cedar Bluff 27
Southside 70, Lincoln 55
Glencoe 62, Ohatchee 26
Handley 51, Central-Clay 42
Anniston 54, Talladega 51
Pleasant Valley 42, Faith Christian 40
Alexandria 58. White Plains 45
Cedar Bluff 54, Piedmont 47
Southside 89, Lincoln 26
Glencoe 55, Ohatchee 28
Handley 44, Central-Clay 34


ALEXANDRIA — Alexandria hit 32 of 46 free throws, including 10-for-12 to account for all 10 of its points in overtime, and beat White Plains 56-51 on Friday.

White Plains was 8-for-14 from the foul line.

Drake Davis led the Valley Cubs with 23 points, hitting nine of 13 free throws … 6 of 8 in overtime.

Alexandria’s other top performers:

Quendavion McDowell: 18 points (16-for-21 on free throws).
Cole Wheeler: eight points (two 3-pointers).

White Plains’ top performers:

Josh Wheeler: 16 points (one 3-pointer).
Paul Laube: 14 points.
Carter Johnson: 11 points.
Dylan Barksdale: nine points.

WEAVER 71, SAKS 49: Weaver’s KeShawn Allen scored a game-high 27 points, including a 3-pointer.

Weaver’s other top performers:

Kaden Gooden: 11 points (one 3-pointer).
D.J. Marbury: 11 points.

Saks’ top performers:

Lajuan Curry: 16 points (four 3-pointers).
Anthony Bothwell: 14 points (one 3-pointer).
Joshua Todd: 10 points.

PIEDMONT 67, CEDAR BLUFF 27: Piedmont’s Colton Proctor hit four 3-pointers one the way to 21 points.

The Bulldogs’ other top performers:

Cole Wilson: 13 points (four 3-pointers).
Ishmael Bethel: eight points.
Taylon Swain: eight points.

Cedar Bluff’s top performers:

Elijah McFry: eight points (one 3-pointer).

GLENCOE 62, OHATCHEE 26: Aiden Cornutt led Glencoe with 19 points, and Jayden Patton scored 12.

SOUTHSIDE 70, LINCOLN 55: Caden Reason led Southside with 18 points. The Panthers’ other top performers:

Silas Osborne: 13 points.
Connor Holderfield: 12 points.
Hayes Cosby: nine points.
Caden McMichael: eight points.


ALEXANDRIA 58, WHITE PLAINS 45: Alexandria’s Makayla Brewster hit three 3-pointers on the way to a team-high 16 points.

Alexandria’s other top performers:

Charlee Parris: 14 points (one 3-pointers).
Pressley Slaton: 12 points (two 3-pointers).
Allyssa Hunt: eight points (one 3-pointer).

White Plains’ top performers:

Cooper Martin: 15 points (three 3-pointers).
Addi Bradley: 13 points (one 3-pointer).
Cassidy Arnold: 10 points (two 3-pointers).

ANNISTON 54, TALLADEGA 51: Kiara Thomas’ layup put Anniston (18-2) ahead, and Jada Fomby hit one of two free throws to provide the final margin.

Anniston’s top performers:

A’Kayla Perry: 14 points (three 3-pointers).
Layla Tyus: 13 points (one 3-pointer).
Tykeria Smith: nine points.

Talladega’s top performers:

Trinity Webb: 18 points.
Zae Cunningham: nine points (one 3-pointer).
Justasia Pointer: eight points (two 3-pointers).

CEDAR BLUFF 54, PIEDMONT 47: Kylie Vadon hit two 3-pointers en route to 17 points to lead Cedar Bluff. She hit two 3-pointers.

The Tigers’ other top performers:

Za’Nia Kyle: 10 points.
Ciana Smith: 10 points (one 3-pointer).
Caley Bruce: nine points.

Piedmont’s top performers:

Ava Pope: 20 points (one 3-pointer).
Jaycee Glover: 12 points (three 3-pointers).
Cayla Brothers: nine points.

SOUTHSIDE 89, LINCOLN 26: Southside’s Madison Shaw hit five 3-pointers while scoring 22 points.

The Panthers’ other top performers:

Grace Anne Rose: 19 points.
Laylah Davis: 14 points (two 3-pointers), five assists.


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