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Hartselle, Brewer girls roll Tigers, Patriots boys handle their foes, too

From Staff Reports

Hartselle High's girls basketball team sank 13 shots from 3-point range in an 81-44 win over Russellville.

Jessica Andrews made four, and Anna Reeves sank three.

Lauren Drake paced Hartselle (24-5), ranked second in Class 5A, with 17 points, six rebounds and six steals. Andrews added 12 points and six assists.

Emily Roden added 10 points and five assists, and Reeves pitched in 10 points. Jessi Smith had nine points and six rebounds. Heather Speegle also pulled down six rebounds.

For Russellville, Jordan Dollar scored 15 points.

Brewer 77, East Lawrence 38: All 12 players scored for Brewer, which won behind a 51-26 rebounding edge.

Courtney Scott had 12 points and 10 rebounds to lead the Lady Patriots (20-7), who have won 10 straight and climbed to No. 9 in the 5A rankings.

Morgan Crawley added 11 points, and Emily Dabbs scored 10. Genie Browning passed out seven assists.

Meagan Hormel and Michelle Tillman each had six rebounds.

Curry 50, Addison 46: Kayla Carden had 12 points to pace Addison (18-7), while Haley Wiggins added 11 points and four rebounds.

Jessy Willingham contributed 10 points and six rebounds. Britney Taylor passed out four assists.

For Curry, Kellye Jordan scored 18 points.


Hartselle 59, Russellville 52: Alex Brown and Jackson Holmes each scored 13 points to lead Hartselle in its regular-season finale. The Tigers (18-12) also got nine points from Tyler Young.

Russellville (19-6) got 11 points from Corey Trapp.

Brewer 62, East Lawrence 58: Jeremy Widener and Rusty Boyd each had 13 points to lead the Patriots (11-15).

Chris Humphries added 10 points. Boyd added eight rebounds, and Rodney Childs pulled down six.

Alex Brown passed out five assists to go along with his nine points.

West Limestone 41, Richland (Tenn.) 35: Zane Campbell scored 16 points to lead West Limestone (15-13). Nobody else on either side had more than nine points.

Class 1A, Area 11

Speake girls 66, Lynn 51: The Lady Bobcats opened the tournament with a first-round win and will face tournament-host Meek on Thursday at 7:30 p.m.

McKenzie Black had 22 points, while Malea Hensley added 20 points and 11 rebounds.

Kylie Black added 15 points and 22 rebounds.

Revia Brown passed out seven assists.

Lynn's Maggie Finley scored 19 points.

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