ROUNDUP: Central moves to 5-0
Mon. November 19, 2012 at 11:36 p.m. | By Staff Report
TUSCALOOSA | The Central girls basketball team ran its record to 5-0 with a 50-49 victory over Northridge in the Paul W. Bryant High School Thanksgiving Tournament on Monday.
Jerlissa Matthews had 13 points for Central. Lawanda Maddix had 12 points and six steals. Toborsha Holley had 11 points.
Northridge’s Shameka Tubbs scored 16 points. Keke Williams and Imoh Washington had seven points each.
Central plays Sipsey Valley in the championship game at approximately 6:30 tonight. Northridge plays Paul W. Bryant at 5 this afternoon.
Sipsey Valley 39,
Paul W. Bryant 34
TUSCALOOSA | Marquanda Anderson scored 16 points as Sipsey Valley opened its season with a win over the host team in the Paul W. Bryant High School Thanksgiving Tournament.
Victoria Murray added 14 points for Sipsey Valley.
Tila Green had 15 points for Paul W. Bryant (1-2), and Bria Smith scored eight.
Holy Spirit 61,
Pope John Paul II 47
TUSCALOOSA | Caroline Sisson made six 3-pointers and scored 22 points in leading Holy Spirit past Pope John Paul II in the Titan Thanksgiving Tournament.
Sisson had three steals and three assists for the Lady Titans (5-0).
Tamera Giles added 17 points and seven rebounds. Kadesia Ash had eight points. Aerial Winn had seven steals and five assists.
Holy Spirit will play American Christian Academy in the championship game at 7 tonight.
Pope John Paul second plays Northside at 4 this afternoon.
TUSCALOOSA | Ally English led the Patriots with 19 points in the Titan Thanksgiving Tournament at Holy Spirit.
Also for ACA, Haleigh Howell had 12 rebounds and five points while Kryslyn Thompson had and Madelyn Falls had 11 rebounds each.
For Northside, Kayla Rice had 15 points and Ryleigh Malone had 11 points.
ACA (1-2) takes on Holy Spirit tonight in the championship game.
Tuscaloosa Academy 38, Tuscaloosa Christian 18
COTTONDALE | Krissy Pruitt made three 3-pointers and scored 21 points in Tuscaloosa Academy’s win over Tuscaloosa Christian.
Anna Grace Marshall added six points for Tuscaloosa Academy, which plays at Wayne Academy in Mississippi this afternoon.