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SE Lady Tigers down Carthage

By Staff
Special to The Star/Dec. 15, 2001
The Southeast Lady Tigers took a 82-37 victory over Carthage Friday night.
The Lady Tigers were in control and consistent throughout entire game getting 22 points in each of the first three quarters.
Leading scorers for the Lady Tigers were Lesley Ruffin with 20 points, LaShondra Hall with 20, and Sam Smith with 19.
The Lady Tigers improved their overall record to 12-3.
Forest Boys 57
Pearl 54
Forest beat Pearl in a close 57-54 game Friday night in the Morton Invitational. Forest improved their overall record to an impressive 12-1.
Leading scorers for Forest were Charles Rhodes with 21 points and Braxton Boone with 16.
Forest will face Morton today in the finals.
Patrician Boys 47
Central Christian 35
Patrician improves their overall record to 7-2 Friday night with a 47-35 win over Central Christian.
Leading scorers for Patrician were Jordan May with 11 points and Jason Etheridge with 10.
Patrician Girls 54
Central Christian 32
Patrician beat Central 54-32 in Friday night prep hoops action. They improved their record to 6-1 overall.
Leading scorers for Patrician were Chasity Etheridge with 12 points, Stephanie Guinn with 11, Brooke Norris with 10, and Kirby Baxter with 10.
Kemper Acad. Girls 59
Wayne Academy 34
Kemper Academy took a 59-34 victory over Wayne Friday night. They moved their overall record up to 12-3.
Kemper was led by Jessica Harpole with 15 points, Eve Darnell with 11, and Blair Johnson with 11.
Wayne Acad. Boys 64
Kemper Academy 31
Wayne took a 64-31 victory over Kemper Friday led by Steve Wood with 16 points.
Garrett James helped out with 12 points and Barrett Tynes with 11.

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