BOYS BASKETBALL ROUNDUP: Sipsey Valley sets record in win


BUHL | Sipsey Valley scored 34 points in the second quarter, setting a school record, in the Bears’ 81-36 win over West Blocton in boys high school basketball action Friday night.

Justin Smith-Wells led with 14 points. Garret Lewis scored 13. Jamarius Leatherwood added 11 points.

Also for Sipsey Valley (22-6), Braylan Smith and Caleb Kuykendall each had 10 points.

 

South Lamar 64, Vina 31

MILLPORT | South Lamar (13-8) wrapped up the regular season with a 33-point win over Vina. Dave Cole led the team with 12 points. Holden Fields scored 10.

Vina’s leading scorer was Joseph Emerson with seven points.

 

Oakman 57, Berry 39

BERRY | Jase Trotter and Quinton Harris each scored 14 points for Oakman in the team’s win over Berry.

Weston Bonner led Berry with 14 points. Neil Sullivan scored nine.

 

American Christian 66, Holy Spirit 50

TUSCALOOSA | Collin Crowe led American Christian (19-6) with 16 points in the win over Holy Spirit.

Ross Hardin scored 13 and Carter McGill added 12 points.

Kam Swift led Holy Spirit with 17 points.

 

Hillcrest 66, Ramsey 48

TUSCALOOSA | Each player scored for the Patriots in Hillcrest’s win over Ramsey.

Rayshawn Tubbs led with 13 points. Quenton Cross had 11 points for Hillcrest (19-8).

Ramsey’s Jonathan Ethridge had 23 points.

 

Greensboro 72, Akron 46

AKRON | Kavoris Owens scored 20 points in Greensboro’s win over Akron.

Donald King scored 11 points and Deuntay Davis had 10 points for Greensboro (22-2).

Akron’s Quinn Jeffery had 18 points. Demarcus Morse scored 15.

 

Tuscaloosa County 59, Holt 53

HOLT | Justice Green had 18 points to lead the Wildcats’ win over Holt.

Que Hall scored 14. Javel Bailey added 13 points.

Holt’s Zay Jackson had 20 points. Devin Crawford scored 15.

 

Brookwood 60, Hale County 56

BROOKWOOD | Brookwood got its second win of the season Friday with a 60-56 home win against Hale County. Leading Brookwood (2-25) were Zach Lee and C.J. Wilkerson, both with 15 points, Cody Gaither with 12 points and Dylan Hardeman with 10 assists.

Hale County’s co-scoring leaders with 11 points were Ta’Darius Lavendar and Rod Arnold.