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AHSAA STATE FINALS: Carver’s season comes to an end




Combined Report
(March 2, 2017)

BIRMINGHAM - Homewood placed four players in double figures as the Lady Patriots beat G.W. Carver, 78-48, to advance to the AHSAA Class 6A state tournament girls’ basketball championship game for the third year in a row.

The Patriots (32-2) will face Hazel Green (37-1) in the finals Saturday at 12:30 p.m. at the BJCC Legacy Arena. Homewood won the state title in 2015 and was runner-up in 2016.

Ajah Wayne, who injured her knee in last year’s state tournament semifinals and missed the championship game, had 20 points, seven rebounds and four steals for Homewood. Tori Webb added 16 points and eight rebounds, point guard Hannah Barber added 13 points, six assists and four steals and Shelby Hardy added 11 points for the Patriots.

Carver (11-17) was led by Adasia Rudolph’s 17 points and three steals. Kristin Brown added 11 points.

Charles Henderson girls reach finals for first time

Freshman point guard Niaira Jones was perfect on all six 3-point goals attempted Wednesday night and finished with 34 points as Charles Henderson beat Arab, 70-53, to move into Saturday’s Class 5A girls’ championship game to face three-time defending champion Wenonah. The finals will be at 9 a.m.

Jones, the daughter of Trojans head coach Dyneshia Jones, was 9-of-13 from the field and 10-of-14 at the foul line to give Charles Henderson the spark it needed to advance to the state finals for the first time in school history. The Trojans are making their third state tournament appearance in a row.

Sophomore 6-foot-4 center Maori Davenport added 23 points, 13 rebounds, another sophomore, had nine points and 14 rebounds.

Arab (21-14) got 17 points from Jasmine Davis and 13 each from Kate Hammond and Lauren Watson. Hammond also had five assists and Davis nailed three 3-pointers.

State’s ‘Mr. Basketball’ leads Mae Jemison to title game

Mae Jemison 6-foot-7 senior forward John Petty scored 36 points, had 11 rebounds and seven assists to lead the Jaguars past Sylacauga, 80-59, Wednesday night in the Class 5A boys’ semifinals Wednesday.

Petty, named Mr. Basketball last year after leading J.O. Johnson to the Class 5A state crown, was 14-of-22 from the field and 8-of-11 from the foul line. He also had three steals. Teammates Jamar Jackson and Brandon McCarver added 13 points each for Coach Jack Doss’ Jaguars (33-4).

Sylacauga (26-8) was tied after one quarter at 9-9 but Mae Jemison outscored the Aggies 26-10 in the second period to take control. Khalil Pope led Sylacauga with 16 points and Darlan Garrett had 13. Jasade Smith also chipped in 11. Pope also had five assists.

AHSAA State Tournament
Birmingham’s Legacy Arena

Monday’s results

CLASS 1A

Girls

R. A. Hubbard (21-8) 48, Westminster Oak Mountain (21-6) 44

Spring Garden (26-7) 48, J.F. Shields (19-4) 38

Boys

South Lamar (25-6) 80, Cornerstone (15-10) 67

Sacred Heart Catholic (27-8) 82, Georgiana (27-3) 55

CLASS 2A

Girls

Tanner (28-2) 60, R.C. Hatch (22-6) 24

Geneva County (30-2) 41, Fyff e (23-8) 35 (OT)

Boys

R.C. Hatch (24-2) 51, Sheffi eld (23-11) 27

Lanett (24-7) 64, Barbour County (18-12) 48

 

Tuesday’s results

CLASS 3A

Girls

Locust Fork (34-1) 57, Montgomery Academy (28-5) 47

Pisgah (27-7) 55, Hillcrest-Evergreen (23-2) 44

Boys
Midfield (26-6) 86, Holly Pond (32-2) 78

Plainview (31-4) 68, Hillcrest-Evergreen (22-6) 52

CLASS 4A

Girls

Deshler (34-0) 85, Greensboro (22-5) 60

Madison Academy (34-1) 68, BTW-Magnet (15-8) 24

Boys

Hale County (27-4) 79, Cordova (23-9) 60

Monroe County (23-4) 75, Madison Academy (24-7) 66 (2 OT)

Wednesday’s schedule

CLASS 5A

Girls

Wenonah (29-3) 73, Sylacauga (25-6) 50

Charles Henderson (30-5) 70, Arab (21-14) 53

Boys

Mae Jemison (33-4) 80, Sylacauga (26-8) 59

Faith Academy (22-8) 53, Talladega (26-9) 40


CLASS 6A

Girls

Hazel Green (37-1) 38, Hillcrest-Tuscaloosa (31-3) 33

Homewood (33-2) 78, G.W. Carver (11-17) 48

Boys

Paul Bryant (23-11) 70, Austin (29-6) 57

Parker (28-7) 69, Spanish Fort (25-9) 59 (OT)

Thursday’s schedule

CLASS 7A

Girls

9 a.m.: Central-Phenix City (26-4) vs. Hoover (27-7)

12 p.m.: McGill-Toolen (27-6) vs. Spain Park (21-11)

Boys

10:30 a.m.: Auburn (22-9) vs. Vestavia Hills (19-14)

1:30 p.m.: McGill-Toolen (24-9) vs. Mountain Brook (29-5)

Championship schedule

CLASS 1A GIRLS

Thursday (4 p.m.)
R.A. Hubbard (22-8) vs. Spring Garden (27-7)

CLASS 1A BOYS

Thursday (5:45 p.m.)
South Lamar (21-8) vs. Sacred Heart Catholic (27-8)

CLASS 2A GIRLS

Friday (9 a.m.)
Tanner (28-2) vs. Geneva County (30-2)

CLASS 2A BOYS

Friday (10:45 a.m.)
R.C. Hatch (24-2) vs. Lanett (24-7)

CLASS 3A GIRLS

Friday (12:30 p.m.)
Locust Fork (34-1) vs. Pisgah (27-7)

CLASS 3A BOYS

Friday (2:15 p.m.)
Midfield (26-6) vs. Plainview (31-4)

CLASS 4A GIRLS

Friday (4 p.m.)
Deshler (34-0) vs. Madison Academy (34-1)

CLASS 4A BOYS

Friday (5:45 p.m.)
Hale County (27-4) vs. Monroe County (23-4)

CLASS 5A GIRLS

Saturday (9 a.m.)
Charles Henderson (30-5) vs. Wenonah (29-3)

CLASS 5A BOYS

Saturday (10:45 a.m.)
Mae Jemison (33-4) vs. Faith Academy (22-8)

CLASS 6A GIRLS

Saturday (12:30 p.m.)

Hazel Green (37-1) vs. Homewood (33-2)

CLASS 6A BOYS

Saturday (2:15 p.m.)

Paul Bryant (23-11) vs. Parker (28-7),

CLASS 7A GIRLS
Saturday, 4 p.m.

CLASS 7A BOYS
Saturday, 5:45 p.m.


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