AHSAA Girl’s and Boy’s Basketball Southeast Regional Feb. 21 Games (Class 3A/Class 4A Semifinals)

Published 12:00 am Friday, February 23, 2001

Class 4A Girl’s Semifinals

Elmore County 53, Abbeville 46

Lakisha Brown and Nica Westbrooks both contributed double-doubles to help Elmore County down Abbeville, 53-46, in a Class 4A Southeast Regional contest on Wednesday.

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Brown had 12 points and pulled down 17 rebounds, while her teammate, Westbrooks, had a game-high 24 points and recorded 14 rebounds.

A 30-30 tie at halftime, the Lady Panthers outscored Abbeville 13-6 in the third quarter to take control of the game.

Geneva 66, Tallassee 40

Karla Hughley scored 25 points and Leanne Grayson had 20 to help lead the Panthers to the Class 4A Regional finals.

Both players also led their team in rebounds, with Grayson totaling 15 boards and Hughley 11 rebounds.

Lindsey Atchison had 17 points to lead Tallassee and Saundra Larkin had 10 points.

Class 4A Boy’s Semifinals

Dallas County 63, Bullock 52

Each team placed three players in double figures but it was the Hornets that came out on top, 63-52, in this Class 4A Regional semifinal boy’s game.

Roger Sewell led the Hornets with 25 points, followed by Cliffton Lyons’ 13 and Andron Stewert’s 11.

Bullock’s top scorers were Terrance Davis with 16, Marvin Parker with 15 and Antonio Stanley finished with 10 points.

Central-Hayneville 61, Ashford 38

The Lions led most of the way and then pulled away in the final quarter to blowout Ashford, 61-38.

Central moves on to face Dallas County in the regional final on Friday.

Issac Miles scored 25 points for Central, with teammate Cornelius Moorer adding 17.

Ashford placed just one player in double figures, that being Denarte Dawsey, who had 12 points for the Yellow Jackets.

Class 3A Girl’s Semifinals

Weaver 55, Montgomery Academy 35

Weaver led by just five points at halftime but turned the game into a route in the second, outscoring Montgomery Academy, 25-10 in the final two periods.

Michelle Morgan had 13 points to lead Weaver, followed by Jessica Fair’s 13 points, Latora Downie’s 11 and Lauren Housand’s 10 points. Downie had 12 boards to lead Weaver on the glass and Biance Allen had 10 rebounds.

Brandee Garrison’s 10 points and 10 rebounds led the Lady Eagles.

Dadeville 54, Alabama Christian 43

Jennifer Higgins came one shy of recording a triple-double for Dadeville, as she led the Lady Tigers to a second half comeback win over Alabama Christian, 54-43.

Higgins had 21 points, 12 rebounds and nine steals. Dadeville had 22 steals as a team in the game.

Mikira Rowell was second in scoring for Dadeville with 12 points.

Eight grader Leah Sirmon had 10 points to lead Alabama Christian, while Kellie Segrest was top rebounder for the Lady Eagles with 12.

Class 3A Boy’s Semifinals

Catholic 70, Lafayette 64

Catholic held off Lafayette for a 70-64 win on Wednesday.

Todd Mecose came out as top scorer in the game with 27 points for Fighting Bulldogs, but it was Catholic taking the win, spurred on by Quenton Urquhart’s 25 points, Vaidotas Pecuikas’s 18 and John Manolakis’s 12 points.

Chris Simpson also had 11 points for Lafayette.

Calhoun 72, B.B. Comer 47

Calhoun blasted B.B. Comer, 72-47, in the late Class 3A boy’s semifinal on Wednesday night.

Marcus Miles had 18 points for the Tigers, while Eldrick Lewis had 11.

Calhoun shot 57 percent for the game, while limiting B.B. Comer to 31 percent.

Kenny McKenzie had 16 points for B.B. Comer.