Southeast bombs away Philadelphia girls, 80-45

By By Jeff Byrd & Ryan Satcher / staff writers
Dec. 17, 2002
Southeast Lauderdale hit six, three-pointers in the first quarter and went on to whip the Philadelphia girls 80-45 on Monday night at Southeast.
Samantha Smith and LaShondra Hall each scored 24 points to lift the Lady Tigers to the Division 5-3A win. Southeast is now 3-0 in the division and 11-3 overall.
The Lady Tigers broke out to a 33-8 lead after one quarter thanks to the heavy bombardment of treys. It was 45-18 at the half. A 20-14 third quarter put Southeast up 68-32.
Shanika Brass led Philadelphia with 10 points.
Ree Newell added 11 for Southeast.
Central Macon 54
Wayne Academy 43
Megan Stokes tossed in 26 points and grabbed 16 rebounds to lead Central Academy of Macon to a 54-43 win in district play on Monday night.
Central Macon improves to 11-7 overall and 4-2 in District 3-1A action. The loss was the first in district play for the Lady Jaguars who are now 9-3 overall and 3-1 in the league.
Central led 23-19 at the half. Wayne pulled back to within one at 29-28 by the end of the third quarter. A 25-15 fourth quarter by Central pulled out the win.
Olivia Reed added 13 points and six rebounds for Central.
Kristen Palmer led Wayne with 14 points. Christina Davis had 12.
Quitman boys 56
West Jones 46
The Panthers of Quitman improved to 1-0 in district play with a big 56-46 victory over West Jones on Monday night.
Quitman jumped out to a 19-7 lead after the first quarter and led 26-20 at halftime. The Panthers then held on to take the victory and move to 7-6 on the season.
Brandon Lee led the Panthers with 18 points while B.J. Parks had 13 in the victory. Adam Sumerall and Ira Keyes each had 10 points for West Jones in the loss.
In girls' action, West Jones defeated Quitman 47-41.
Scott Central girls 54
Kemper County 51
Scott Central outscored Kemper County 12-9 in overtime to pick up a 54-51 win on Monday night.
Scott Central led 16-13 at halftime, but Kemper County outscored the Lady Rebels 17-12 to lead going into the fourth quarter. Scott Central outscored Kemper 14-12 in the fourth to send the game into overtime.
Elyse Clay scored 23 points to lead Scott Central in the win. Melody Mave had 16 points for Kemper County while Monique Mosley added 12.
Lamar girls 25,
Newton Academy 23
The Lamar School Lady Raiders picked up their second win of the season beating Newton Academy 25-23 on Saturday night in Newton.
Lamar improves to 2-11 on the season.
Keri Mathis led the Lady Raiders with 12 points. Leigh Phillips had five.
Newton was paced by Casey Hall with 11 and Amanda McMullen had five.
Lamar led 9-2 after one quarter and 15-11 at the half. The Lady Generals went up 22-21 at the end of three quarters after outscoring Lamar 11-5. Then Lamar came back with a 5-1 fourth quarter to take the win.
Newton won the junior varsity game 23-19. Brook Mays scored 12 for Newton Academy. Morgan Aley and Summer Brown had four each for Lamar.
Southern Union CC 58
MCC men 54
The Meridian Community College Eagles fell to Southern Union 58-54 on Saturday night in Wadley, Ala.
The loss drops MCC to 5-4 on the season. Southern Union improves to 9-4.
Jamall Edmondson led MCC with 14 points. Willie Powers had 10 and Quadrick Griffin had nine. Kenny Boyd chipped in seven.
Michael Moore led Southern Union with 19 points.
MCC will return to action on Jan. 6 when they travel to Scooba to face rival East Mississippi.

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