PREP HOOPS ROUNDUP: Sherwood teams split against Westwood, Terrell boys drop 100+

Photo by Daniel Kay

Photo by Daniel Kay

ALBANY -- Terrance Burnette led Sherwood with 18 points and Gary Holloway added 17 more in a blowout win against Westwood, 94-56.

"We played well," said Sherwood coach Gavin Felix, whose team stays perfect at 3-0 on the season. "This is just another step in the right direction."

Sherwood will put that perfect mark on the line when it faces Brookwood on Thursday.


WESTWOOD GIRLS 55, SHERWOOD 37: Miller Singleton and Ivey Foister scored 14 points apiece to lead Westwood, which jumped ahead of Sherwood 18-6 after the first quarter and never looked back.

"Sherwood played really hard the whole game," said Westwood coach Jenni Smith. "I was satisfied overall with my team effort tonight."

Maggie O'Conner put up a team-high 16 for Sherwood and Kaylee Dixon added 13.

With the win, Westwood improves to 3-5 on the season and next face SGA on Friday.


TERRELL COUNTY 108, BAKER COUNTY 43: Baker's Freddie Carter might have the games top scorer with 19 but that was not enough as Terrell had four player put up double figures led by Dekoven Ware, who finished with 18. Markez Dotson added 17 points and Terel Hall and Cordarious Grier scored 14 points apiece.


TERRELL COUNTY GIRLS 53, BAKER COUNTY 45: Cierra Hawkins scored a game-high 35 points for Baker but that was not enough to outshine Terrell County, which was led by Deandra Mitchell, who poured in a team-high 26 points and Cortisha Schley, who added 18 points of her own.


DEERFIELD 63, MOUNT DE SALES 46: Banks Kinslow was the top scorer for DWS with 14 points as he helped his team even its record at 2-2. Ramello Carter chipped in with 12 points in the win and Pete Langstaff added 10 for DWS, which will tangle with Tatnall Square in its next game on the road.


MOUNT DE SALES 48, DEERFIELD GIRLS 45, OT: DWS trailed at halftime but battled back, and with time winding down in the fourth quarter, Sabrina Curry nailed a 3-pointer at the buzzer to take the game into overtime.

But her team could not turn her heroics into a win.

Curry finished with 11 points and Sarah Shellehaas led DWS with 17 points.

"The girls did a good job of battling back," said DWS coach Ty Kinslow, whose team fell to 3-3 record on the season.

DWS will look to bounce back with a win in its next game against Tatnall Square on the road.


CALHOUN BOYS 83, SEMINOLE 44: Vincent Powell had a big game for Calhoun with 20 points, while Marquez Williams scored 15 and Raishawn Anderson added 13 more in the win.

"This was one of the best games we played by far this year," said Calhoun Coach Marcus Shaw, whose team imporves to 6-1 overall. "We are adeep team and everybody contributed tonight."

Calhoun will seek to continue its winning ways when they face Mitchell County on Friday.


SEMINOLE COUNTY GIRLS 53, CALHOUN 44: Seminole's Alexis Watson played an exceptional game and recorded a double-double with 21 points and 10 rebounds. Katrese Brown (12) and Patrice Barnes (10) also had an impact in this game for Seminole. Seminole led 36-22 at halftime before falling apart in the third quarter and went in to the fourth quarter down by two before pulling this one out.

"We looked real good at times," said Seminole coach Jesse Mcleod. "And then at times we looked terrible and you got to give Calhoun credit for that."

With the win, Seminole improves to 5-1 overall with a matchup against Randolph-Clay scheduled for Friday.


MILLER COUNTY GIRLS 81, WEBSTER 40: Freshman Mallory Diamond almost out-scored Webster by herself, finishing with a game-high 36 points to help her team improve its record to 3-1overall.

"A lot of her points were layups that came from steals," said Miller coach Nate George. "But overall, she played well."

Hillary Williams also had an exceptional game for Miller with 22 points, while Mallory's sister Salina recorded a double-double with 10 points and 10 rebounds.

Miller will face Stewart County on Friday.


CRISP ACADEMY GIRLS 58, TERRELL ACADEMY 46: Madie Mitchell exploded for 30 points and grabbed 18 rebounds for Crisp Academy, which has now defeated Terrell twice this season.

"Madie works hard and know what to do when she get the ball in her hands," said Crisp Academy coach Gina Mitchell, whose team evened its record at 3-3 with the win. "But it was a total team effort."

Crisp will try to improve its record further when it hosts Sherwood Christian on Friday.


PELHAM GIRLS 64, RANDOLPH-CLAY 49: Ta'Shaunessy Reese finished with a game-high 30 points and D'Ambria Thomas chipped in with 20 points of her own to pace Pelham, which never trailed the entire game.

"We looked better tonight," said Pelham coach Antonia Tookes, whose team improved to a perfect 4-0 on the season. "We are a work in progress right now and we are getting better with every game."

Pelham will be in action again on Friday when it goes on the road to face Terrell County.