Monroe scores and roundup
(B) Starkville 68, Aberdeen 63
Marcus Carothers scored a game-high 17 for Aberdeen while Ken McCoy was also in double figures with 15 points. McCoy also had four steals, while Aaron McMillian had three assists and a pair of 3-pointers.
(G) Hamilton 66, Blue Mountain 51
Christy Willis led Hamilton with 16 points, while Aaliyah Verner and Alainey Hughes were also in double figures with 10 points each.
(B) Blue Mountain 85, Hamilton 77
Ben Seely scored 28 points to lead Hamilton. Dominque Dobbs scored 20, while Troy Rowell finished with 18 points.
(G) Hatley 62, French Camp 45
Lachelle Vance led Hatley with 16 points, while Brianna Dobbs scored 14. French Camp’s Sonyae McGee led all scorers with 20 points.
(B) French Camp 50, Hatley 41
Jonathan Waycaster led Hatley with 15 points, while Houston Woodman was also in double figures with 14 points.
(G) Hatley 61, Smithville 14
Brianna Dobbs led Hatley with 12 points. Lachelle Vance scored 9 points, while Mollie Comer, Abby Cantrell and Jamelle Vance all scored 8. Laken Armstrong scored a team-high 4 in the loss for Smithville.
(B) Smithville 55, Hatley 46
Smithville rode an 18-point fourth quarter to take the win. Jeffrey Ware led the Seminoles with 18 points, while Dayon Moore scored 13 points. Jonathan Waycaster scored a game-high 19 for Hatley, while Houston Woodman was also in double figures with 10 points.
(B) Aberdeen 86, Calhoun City 48
The Bulldogs had three players who scored double digits in the win: Nick Sims with 12 points, and Rico Haughton and Jakeese Walker with 11 points each. On the defensive side, Justin Lucas had 9 rebounds and Tomyze Buchanan had 8 rebounds, 2 steals, a block and 3 assists. Ken McCoy had 3 steals and 3 assists.
(G) Calhoun City 77, Aberdeen 40
Alexis Walker scored a game-high 21 points for Aberdeen in the loss.
(B) Amory 67, New Hope 66
Dario Robinson scored a game-high 28 points for Amory. Devin McIntosh was also in the 20-plus category, scoring 25 points.
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