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With just two words, Jayden "J-Money" Lewis ensured that Anniston High School’s pipeline to the SEC isn’t running dry any time soon.
Oxford's Jackson Bunn will play at Kentucky as a preferred walk-on. Wide receiver Emari Carroll signed with Division II Charleston, defensive back Michael Battle and defensive end Josiah Kimbrough picked Division III Millsaps.
Pleasant Valley senior Macey Roper and Ranburne senior Briley Merrill led their respective teams in scoring as they have all season, but Merrill got a little more help from her friends as Ranburne won 68-58.
Basketball scoring records maintained online by the AHSAA show that Calhoun County has never had a player score 3,000 career points. That changed Friday night at White Plains during Alex Odam's 41-point game.
The Talladega High boys held the Munford Lions to the bare minimum in a 53-34 dismantling in Class 4A, Area 8 basketball Friday night. The Talladega girls rolled as well, winning 60-15 over Munford.
When opportunity arrived, eighth-grader Marcus Perry delivered on a buzzer-beater 3-pointer to give Oxford a storybook ending in a 54-53 home win over Gadsden City.
Piedmont's boys handled Sand Rock 99-90 at home Thursday night, but only after trailing 72-65 at the conclusion of the third quarter. Alex Odam, a Jacksonville State signee, finished with 38 points, including nine in the final period.
Thursday’s 65-36 victory over Class 4A, Area 10 opponent Cleburne County gave the White Plains Wildcats six wins in their last seven contests.
Girls basketball at White Plains hasn’t had a winning record overall since the 2013-14 season but the Wildcats are over .500 now. Matt Ford, now in his fourth season as head coach, foresees a winning record when the 2022-23 season comes to a close.
Piedmont's boys and girls, Jacksonville's boys and girls, Weaver's boys and Jacksonville Christian's girls recorded prep hoops victories. Their results inside the link.
Alexandria senior guard Jordyn Walker was a matchup nightmare all Tuesday night for the Lincoln High girls. Walker was spectacular in helping the Valley Cubs to a 51-40 win in a Class 5A, Area 12 basketball duel on the Golden Bears home court.
New Sylacauga head football coach Chris Smelley, who played quarterback under Steve Spurrier at South Carolina in 2006-08, will be formally introduced and welcomed to SHS at a pep rally Wednesday at 2:30 p.m.
Alexandria High is doing some heavy lifting with an overall record of 14-8. The Cubs are also 4-0 in Class 5A, Area 12. The Lincoln High boys are 6-11 on the season and 0-3 in Area 12.
Spring Garden claimed the girls championship of the annual Cherokee Count basketball tournament Saturday with a 59-23 victory over Cherokee County.
Childersburg High handed the Sylacauga Aggies a 54-45 loss in a back-and-forth Talladega County boys super championship game.
The Talladega Tigers rounded up the super girls championship with a 61-44 behind-the-woodshed spanking of the Winterboro Bulldogs on Saturday night in the Talladega County basketball tournament.
With sophomore center Jayden Lewis leading the way, No. 2-seeded Oxford defeated No. 1 Jacksonville 43-40 in the boys championship game of the 72nd annual Calhoun County basketball tournament Friday.
Weaver finished third in the AHSAA girls wrestling championships Friday, and Lena Johannson capped an unbeaten season by winning the 138-pound crown.
La'Mya McGrue, who was named the best defensive player of the tournament, led Oxford with 17 points and the top-seeded Oxford Yellow Jackets knocked off second-seeded Anniston 56-38 to claim their second straight Calhoun County tournament crown.
The top-seeded Golden Eagles took off like a rocket ship in the second half, leaving fifth-seeded Piedmont in the dust in an 81-59 victory Thursday night in the semifinals of the Calhoun County tournament.
Oxford will face No. 1 Jacksonville in Friday's Calhoun County title game at 8 p.m. It will be Oxford’s seventh straight appearance in the county tournament championship game. The Jackets will be looking for an unprecedented fifth straight title.