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TUESDAY'S PREP HOOPS ROUNDUP: Trio of Red Devils players have monster game during win vs. Abbeville

ABBEVILLE, Ala. — The Randolph-Clay boys filled up the stat sheet Tuesday night in a way no other team in Southwest Georgia has done all season during a 73-59 win against Abbeville, Ala.

Herald Super 6er Shaquille Nunnally pulled off the season’s first triple-double with 21 points, 22 rebounds and 10 assists in the win. Gary McCrae was no slouch, meanwhile, posting his own triple double with 23 points, 20 rebounds and 10 steals, while Ryan Wiggins had one too — yes, three triple-doubles in one game — as Wiggins dropped 10 points, pulled down 10 rebounds and had 13 steals.

But R-C (13-8) wasn’t done there.

Cornellius Bennett posted a double-double of 13 points and 13 steals.

TERRELL ACADEMY GIRLS ROUT FULLINGTON, LOCK UP NO. 1 SEED IN REGION: The Terrell Academy Lady Eagles crushed Fullington on Tuesday night, 64-37, and are now 19-3 overall.

More importantly, Tuesday’s win made them a perfect 9-0 in GISA Region 3-AA, securing the No. 1 seed for the upcoming region tournament.

Four players scored in double figures for TAE: Alex Barfield (17 points), Maura Milliron (14), Marilauren Farr (10) and Lauren Barfield (10).

TAE closes the regular season Friday at SGA.

MILLER COUNTY GIRLS 41, BAKER COUNTY 36: Mallory Diamond led the way for the Lady Pirates with a double-double (27 points, 13 rebounds), while Cierra Hawkins added 16 points in the loss for the Lady Bears as Hawkins surpassed the 1,000 career point mark.

Miller is now 7-9 overall and 5-7 in region play.

MILLER COUNTY BOYS 75, BAKER COUNTY 31: The Pirates got 16 points from Alvin Hooker and nine from Jacolby Jones, while Stephano Curry added 11 and Jarius Bailey scored nine for Baker.

Miller is now 7-4 in the region — tied with Pelham for second place — and 9-11 overall.

The Pirates will get a chance to break that tie Friday when they host the Hornets.

SGA BOYS, GIRLS SPLIT WITH BROOKWOOD: The Warriors (17-3, 8-1) got 11 points from Alex Chambless and held on for the 36-31 win. They will close out the regular season Friday at home against Terrell Academy, as well the girls, who lost to Brookwood on Tuesday, 38-20. Taylor Stuart led the Lady Warriors with nine points.

LEE GIRLS, BOYS SPLIT WITH TCC: Playing in their home gym for the first time all season after construction was recently completed, the Lady Trojans came away with a win Tuesday, while the Trojans weren’t so lucky.

Lee’s girls won, 64-52, behind 22 points from Super 6er Daquenna Moore and 10 from Brianna Scott to move to 10-8 overall and 2-1 in the 1S-AAAA subregion.

Lee’s boys (4-14, 0-3) fell, 78-64, despite 12 points from Josh Cabrera and 11 from Stephen Collier.

Lee’s teams next play Tuesday when it hosts Bainbridge.

SHERWOOD BOYS, GIRLS SPLIT WITH TIFTAREA: The Eagles rolled, 55-38, on Tuesday behind 17 points from Rashard Davis and 14 from T.J. Clay, while the Lady Eagles fell, 59-40. Madison Walker led the Lady Eagles (3-18, 0-9 in 3-AAA), as the SCA boys (12-6, 6-3) and girls next host Calvary Christian on Friday.

SEMINOLE COUNTY GIRLS 56, EARLY COUNTY 47: Seminole County had a trio of double-digit scorers in Tuesday night’s non-region victory. Alexus Watson had 18 points, Candace Barber added 14 points and Patrice Barnes scored 11 points.

“We played good team basketball (Tuesday) and it got us the win,” said SC coach Jesse McCleod.

The Lady Indians are now 7-9 on the year and 2-3 in the region. Their next game is at Baker County on Friday night.

No final stats from Early County were available at press time.

AMERICUS-SUMTER 61, CRISP COUNTY 57: Shooting was no problem for Kayla Barnes on Tuesday as she led Americus-Sumter with 23 points, including six 3-pointers. Tanyetta Hill 11 points and 10 rebounds, and Ashley Howard scored 10 points.

“The girls really stepped their game up on defense and played great team basketball,” Americus-Sumter coach Evelyn Wright said.

Herald No. 5 Americus-Sumter improves to 15-6 overall and 4-4 in the region. The Lady Panthers next face Worth County on the road Friday.

No final stats from Crisp County were available at press time.

DEERFIELD-WINDSOR GIRLS 50, SOUTHLAND 34: MIranda Phillips scored 16 points in a runaway win for Deerfield. Nyla Perry added 14 points and Courtney Keltson had 12 points, nine rebounds and a game-high seven steals.

Deerfield improves to 19-4 and 8-1 in GISA Region 3-AAA.

In a game that will decide the region winner for the regular season, the Lady Knights will now take on Westfield on Friday. This will be a rematch of their only region loss this year.

“We try not to overlook games, but (Tuesday) got us a step closer to winning the region. We are really looking forward to Friday’s game,” DWS coach Ty Kinslow said.

DEERFIELD BOYS 66, SOUTHLAND 40: Ramello Carter continued his steady scoring with 17 points. Deerfield is 18-3 on the year and 9-0 in the region.

“We got up big at halftime and we never looked back,” DWS coach Gordy Gruhl said.

The Knights next take on Westfield on Friday at home.

TERRELL COUNTY GIRLS 50, QUITMAN 36: Nydrah Wright led the Lady Greenwave with 21 points in Tuesday’s win. Takerian Jordan was the second high scorer for Terrell County with 16 points.

Terrell County goes to 6-15 on the year and 5-4 in the region. The Lady Greenwave’s next game is Saturday at the Civic Center against Monroe.

TERRELL COUNTY BOYS 64, QUITMAN CUONTY 51: Terrell County improved to 15-7 and 7-2 in Region 1-B-A behind Jevon McIntosh’s 18 points. Herald Super 6er Dekoven Ware followed with 16 points.

Terrell will next be at the Albany Civic Center against Monroe on Saturday.