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Sebastopol boys 51
Lake 47
Sylvester Snow pumped in 19 points and Curtis Price added 11 to lead the Bobcats to a four-point win over Lake High School.
Sebastopol outscored Lake 16-11 in the third quarter to stretch its 19-18 halftime lead.
Willie Hickmon scored 18 for the Hornets, while Danny Towner tossed in 10.
Forest boys 78
Raleigh 50
Four sophomores powered Forest to the 28-point win over Raleigh High School.
Jacquas Jones and Braxton Boone scored 16 points each to lead the Bearcats, while Charles Rhodes hit for 14 and Pierre Barlow notched 12 .
James Evans had 24 points to lead Raleigh.
Central girls 45
Immanuel 21
Central jumped out to a 29-6 lead on the way to the easy win on Tuesday night.
Leslie Hancock scored 13 points and pulled down six rebounds to lead the Lady Vikings to the win. Megan Stokes scored 10 points had four rebounds and picked up five steals for the winners.
Afton Harris led Immanuel with 11 points.
Central, now 11-16 on the year, visits Lamar on Friday night.
Union boys 84
Pisgah 46
Union jumped out to a 21-9 lead after one quarter and 39-20 at the half on the way to the lopsided win.
Derrick Harris had 27 points, 11 rebounds and eight assists to lead the Yellow Jackets, while Doug Wansley scored 19.
George Hoard led Pisgah with 16 points. The win pushed Union to 14-9 overall and 8-1 in division play. Union's only division loss is to league-leading Thomastown.
Sumter Aca. boys 68
Demopolis 49
Tucker Spidle scored 21 points and John Upchurch hit for 18 to lead the Eagles of Sumter Academy to the 19-point win on Tuesday night.
Sumter led 17-11 after one quarter and 31-18 at the half.
Jake Williams scored 22 points to lead Demopolis. Sumter, 11-4, hosts South Choctaw Academy on Friday.
Noxubee Co. girls 5
Louisville 56
The Lady Tigers of Noxubee County took a three-point win in the division contest.
Louisville visits Newt Hope on Friday, while Noxubee County hosts Aberdeen. No further information was available.
Ethel Boys 77
Nanih Waiya 67
Ethel took the boys game 77-67 behind 23 points from B. Cook on Tuesday.
Nanih Waiya was led by Brent Blackwell's 29 points. Nanih Waiya visits Greenville St. Joe on Friday.
Pisgah girls 53
Union 48
Pisgah outscored Union 15-11 in the fourth quarter to take the five-point division win.
The loss dropped Union to 9-12 overall and 5-4 in league play.
LaSaundra Harrison scored 10 points for Union in the game.
Noxapater boys 69
Clarkdale 55
The visiting Tigers jumped out to a 20-12 first-quarter lead on the way to the 14-point win.
Five Noxapater player scored in double figures led by Johnathan Hunter with 18 points and Adam Forsman with 14. Brandon Mabry scored 16 points and Bryant Gaddis hit for 12 for the Bulldogs. Clarkdale visits Williams-Sullivan on Tuesday.
Forest girls 48
Raleigh 18
Ebonee Leverette scored 18 points to lead the Lady Bearcats to the easy win over Raleigh High School.
Photasha Derrick scored seven points for the winners, who led 25-12 at the half, then outscored Raleigh 13-2 in the final quarter to put the game away.
Kate Griffin boys 86
Noxubee County 31
The Kate Griffin ninth grade boys took an 86-31 win over visiting Noxubee County in the first round of the Big 7 Tournament.
Kate Griffin will now play Tupelo at Starkville in the semifinals on Thursday at 5:15 p.m.
Four Kate Griffin players scored in double figures, led by Maurice Naylor with 14 points, while Anouk Jackson hit for 12, Cornelius Miles scored 11 and Jacolby Davis notched 10.
Albert Bush scored 14 and Laquanta Horne hit 11 for Noxubee County.