Newspaper article The Tuscaloosa News

PREP ROUNDUP: Hillcrest Boys Basketball Tops No. 7 Pelham

Newspaper article The Tuscaloosa News

PREP ROUNDUP: Hillcrest Boys Basketball Tops No. 7 Pelham

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HOMEWOOD | Mike Davis made two free throws with 10 seconds remaining in the game to lift Hillcrest to a 52-50 win against the No. 7-ranked AHSAA Class 6A team, Pelham, Tuesday at the Metro Tournament hosted by Homewood High School.

Hillcrest (12-3) will play Woodlawn today at 3 p.m., in the tournament semifinal.

Davis and Z'Anthony Williams co-led Hillcrest's scoring against Pelham as both ended the game with 14 points.

Pelham's Zach Allison led all scorers with 22 points and Alex Reese was next with 21.

South Lamar 80,

Lamar County 67

VERNON | South Lamar extended its perfect record to 12-0 and won the championship of the Lamar County Invitational.

South Lamar's scoring leaders were Malik Cox with 24 points, nine rebounds and four blocks; Jydarren Cox with 22 points, five rebounds and seven assists; Dave Cole with 17 points and 18 rebounds; and Carson Lindsey with 15 points.

Bryce Myles led Lamar County's game with 24 points. Alex Wheeler scored 15 and Austin Spann 13.

South Lamar (12-0) hosts Hatley (Miss.) on Friday.

ACA 59,

Guntersville 42

ALBERTVILLE | In consolation play at the Albertville Civitan tournament, Carter McGill powered ACA's win with 27 points.

Britt Sparks scored 10, Carson Crowe nine and Collin Crowe eight points.

Tuscaloosa Academy 50, Southland (Ga.) 39

MONTGOMERY | Harrison Standeffer scored 12 and both Josh Lanier and Terry Deboise scored nine to lead Tuscaloosa Academy's win. The Knights were playing in Glenwood Academy's classic where opponents were pre-determined.

Tuscaloosa Academy (14-1) moves on to Selma where it will open play at the Morgan Academy tournament against Coosa Valley on Friday.

Marengo Academy 45, Pickens Academy 42

BUTLER | Marengo Academy's win gave it the championship of the Patrician Academy tournament. Scott Renner and Shade Pritchett both made the all-tournament team with Renner leading the championship win with 14 points and Pritchett scoring nine.

Leaders for Pickens Academy were Mason Elmore with 12 points and six assists, Lance Acker with 10 points and 11 rebounds, and both Joseph McGlawn and Hunter Wilber with eight points. …

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