Girls basketball results

Published 12:00 am Wednesday, January 11, 2006

The Spain Park Lady Jags handed the Thompson Lady Warriors their second loss of the season Friday night, 50-38, ending No. 9 Thompson&8217;s 12-game winning streak in the process.

Lauren Dunning led the way for the Jags (11-6) in scoring, earning seven of her 11 points in the third quarter as Spain Park went on a 14-7 run to seal the win.

The Jags held Thompson&8217;s high-powered offense to two points in the second quarter.

Tiffany Thomas followed Dunning for the Jags with 10 points.

Tamara Williams was the top scorer for the Lady Warriors, scoring 15 points while teammate Rhonda Watts added 14 in the loss.

Thompson 58, Chelsea 26: Zoriah Williams scored 16 points and pulled down 10 boards as the Thompson Warriors topped Chelsea Monday night, 58-26.

Tamara Williams finished with 13 points and 12 rebounds for the Lady Warriors (18-2) while Chelsea (10-7) was led by Stephanie Hollis with eight points.

The Hornets capitalized on a number of turnovers by region rival Oak Grove Friday night, winning 46-31.

&8220;After our loss to Montevallo, I felt we recouped and had an excellent game against our area rival,&8221; Hornets head coach Christi Martin said. &8220;We came out hot with 19 points in the first quarter and our defense forced 25 steals so overall it was a great team effort.&8221;

Charlie Bowman netted 16 points and finished with eight steals. Morgan Arnold finished with 13 points and 10 rebounds while teammate Lindi Thompson finished with 10 points and eight boards.

Briarwood Christian 72, Sylacauga 52: Ruth Ketcham led the way for the Lady Lions Friday night, finishing with 25 points as Briarwood avenged a loss to Sylacauga earlier this year and won easily, 72-52.

Dandee Ammons added 17 points for Briarwood (15-2) and led the Lions in rebounds, pulling down eight in the win.

Oak Mountain 56, Hueytown 22: The Oak Mountain Lady Eagles had 17 steals Thursday night as they soundly defeated Hueytown, 56-22.

Tiffaney McKinney scored 12 points and had six rebounds for the Eagles while teammates Kate Jazinski and Lauren Miller had nine and eight points, respectively.

Calera 52, Altamont 37: Senior Shanavia Dowdell&8217;s 19 points and eight rebounds helped give the Calera Lady Eagles their 11th win of the season Friday night, winning easily over Altamont, 52-37.

Jalisa Thomas added 13 points for the Eagles (11-4) in the win.

Montevallo 45, Bibb County 43: The Montevallo Bulldogs edged Bibb County Friday night, 45-43.

&8220;This was probably our biggest win of the season,&8221; head coach Tena Niven said. &8220;We never lost our composure, which says a lot for the players. I am very proud of this young team and their ability to continue to get better.&8221;

Senior Candace Field led the Lady Bulldogs (10-8) in scoring with 17 points while teammate Lakisha Brown netted a double-double with 12 points and 12 assists.

Mountain Brook 76, Pelham 74: Whitney Billings finished with 28 points and 14 rebounds as the Panthers fell to the Spartans, 76-74. Katie Murphy added 14 points for Pelham (8-11) in the loss.

Shelby Academy 31, Pratville 20: The Shelby Academy Lady Raiders got help from Kimbrell Lee Friday night as they defeated Pratville, 31-20. Lee finished the game with 10 points while teammate Kendra Bristow had nine.

Indian Springs 51, St. Clair County 27: Indian Springs topped St. Clair County on Saturday, 51-27.

Lindsey Moore hit four three-pointers and scored a game-high 14 points while teammates Eboni Williams and LaTonzia Evans finished with 13 and eight points, respectively