Kemper girls down Lamar; Philly boys win, 54-51
From Staff Reports
Nov. 21, 2001
The Lady Rams of Kemper Academy took advantage of big first and fourth quarters to take a 55-36 win over visiting Lamar School on Tuesday.
Kemper jumped to a 13-6 lead at the end of the first quarter and then outscored Lamar 20-11 in the third to stretch out a 27-18 halftime lead for the 5-3 Lady Rams.
Jessica Harpole scored 19 points to lead the winners, while Blair Johnson hit for 13.
Libby Huff led the Lady Raiders with 10 points.
Philadelphia Boys 54
Philadelphia outscored Carthage 7-4 in overtime to take the three-point road victory.
Mandrako Jackson led the winners with 16 points, while Tony Riley and Diego gill hit for 10 each.
Brian Nichols scored 18 for Carthage, while Raymond Younglood scored 11.
Philly led 10-7 after one quarter and 26-21 at the half before Carthage began the comeback.
Nanih Waiya Boys 68
The homestanding Warriors outscored Union 22-12 in the fourth quarter to take a 68-61 win on Tuesday night.
Brent Blackwell tossed in 35 points for the 2-1 Warriors, while Jeremiah Eichelberger scored 18.
Derrick Harris had 22 for Union, with Quincy Larkin scoring 11.
Leake Boys 67
Oak Hill 64
The Rebels of Leake Academy held off a late Oak Hill rally to remain undefeated.
Leake got 25 points from Drew Wolverton and 14 from Joshua Chamblee to move to 5-0 on the season.
Scott Central Girls 82
Scott Central scored 25 points inthe first quarter and 21 in the second on the way to a 50-point win over the Lady Bulldogs of Clarkdale High School.
Kattie Nickson scored 28 to lead the winners, while Britney Burks hit for 11.
Danielle Gaddis had 10 for Clarkdale.