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Behind King, Pugh, Red Devils run past rival

From Staff Reports

Lawrence County High's boys basketball team edged rival East Lawrence 59-52 on the road Tuesday night.

Myles King paced the Red Devils (7-1) with 18 points and eight rebounds. Matthew Pugh added 13 points and six rebounds.

Chasten Echols had 13 points and six rebounds, while Andrew Echols pulled down a team-high 13 rebounds to go along with six points.

For East Lawrence, Roy Young scored 11 points.

Tanner 76, Clements 63: Rod Byrd paced the Rattlers (5-1) by pouring in 23 points.

Latriaus Moseley and Demarcus King each added 18 points. Moseley pulled down 10 rebounds, and King had five assists.

For Clements, Sean Batchelor had 16 points, and Cody Arnold added 14. Blake Moore had 11.

West Limestone 66, Priceville 58: The Wildcats handed Priceville only its second loss of the year.

Zane Campbell led the way in the win with 25 points and 12 rebounds, while Cody Herring added 19 points and eight rebounds.

For Priceville, Josh Bedwell had 26 points and four rebounds, and Robert Varner added 13 points and five rebounds.

Decatur Heritage 72, Tharptown 32: Brandon Little scored 20 points to lead Decatur Heritage, which got at least four points from nine different players.

Zach Woodruff added 10 points. Nik Butz pulled down eight rebounds, and Little had six.

Daniel Long, Joe Thomas and Jordan Lee each had three assists. Long added three steals.

Brewer 65, Arab 51: The Patriots rolled behind 20 points from Rusty Boyd, while Alex Brown pitched in 12.

Chris Humphries added nine, and Jeremy Widener, Kohl Sowder and Rodney Childs each scored eight.

Lloyd Dendy paced Arab with 17 points.

St. Bernard 51, Speake 49: Jacob Moody had 16 points and 10 rebounds for the Bobcats (1-1) in a road loss. Juarez Fitzgerald added 16 points, and Javarous Stover pulled down 11 rebounds.

Hazlewood 70, R.A. Hubbard 63: Michael Langham scored 19 points to pace the Golden Bears (3-1), while Kerry Jones added 17. Keginald Harris pulled down seven rebounds.

For R.A. Hubbard, Xavier Hampton scored 11 points, and Quinn McGhee had 10.


Danville 63, Hanceville 60: Lauren Simmons paced the Lady Hawks (5-3) with 23 points and 20 rebounds. She pulled down 11 rebounds in the first quarter alone.

Kristen Sparkman contributed 18 points and 11 rebounds, and Bethany Evans passed out seven assists, while Alaina Fitzgerald had four.

For Hanceville, Kristen Taylor had 19 points.

Arab 49, Brewer 44: The Lady Patriots lost a tough game at home as Arab's Alli Smalley, an Auburn signee, scored 25 points.

For Brewer (4-3), Courtney Scott had 13 points and 11 rebounds. Andrea Crawford and Morgan Crawley each had 10 points.

Priceville 71, West Limestone 50: Keila Hamlin paced the Lady Bulldogs (6-3) to another win with 20 points, while Adrianna Delatorre added 19.

Melissa Johnson pulled down a team-high 14 rebounds, while Chanel McClendon added 10. Abbie Harris passed out seven assists.

For West Limestone (3-4), Savannah Smith had 17 points and Natalie Harrison 15.

Lawrence County 68, East Lawrence 52: Jasma McDonald compiled 19 points and nine rebounds to lead Lawrence County (7-1).

Nakia McDaniel added 16 points and six steals, while Sallie Burch had 14 points and five assists.

For East Lawrence (3-1), Paige Hood scored 21 points, and LaKendra Wright added 13.

Decatur Heritage 47, Tharptown 31: Candace Lee had 21 points and seven rebounds for the Lady Eagles (5-2), while Lou Ellen Thompson contributed 14 points, six rebounds and four steals.

St. Bernard 52, Speake 40: The Lady Bobcats (1-1) fell despite getting 15 points apiece from Malea Hensley and Kylie Black. Natilie Kelley paced St. Bernard with 18 points.

Addison 49, Lynn 25: Jessy Willingham paced the Lady Bulldogs (2-2) with 27 points and four steals. Britney Taylor had seven points, six assists and five steals.

Kaylie Lake passed out six assists, and Kayla Woodard had four.

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