AHSAA Girl’s and Boy’s Basketball Southeast Regional Feb. 22-23 Games (Class 5A/Class 6A Semifinals)

Published 12:00 am Friday, February 23, 2001

Class 5A Boy’s Semifinals

Valley 65, Sylacauga 53

For the second straight season, the Valley Rams eliminated Sylacauga in the semifinal round of the Class 5A regionals.

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Jamar Flournoy led the way with 28 points, followed by David Johnson’s 15. Koevious Harper had 11 boards for Valley.

Sylacauga had three players in double figures. Mike Roberson had 17, leading the way, and Tarium Taylor and David Malone each had 12 apiece.

Booker T. Washington 53, Stanhope-Elmore 50

The Golden Eagles upset the Mustangs of Stanhope-Elmore on Thursday night at Trojan Arena, 53-50.

BTW is 9-14 on the year, while Stanhope falls to 22-7.

Ennon Hayden had 10 points to lead Booker T. Washington, while John Julian had 16 points and

CaTavius Davis had 14 to lead the Mustangs.

The Golden Eagles had a 27-22 advantage on the boards.

Class 5A Girl’s Semifinals

Booker T. Washington 53, Chelsea 35

The Booker T. Washington girl’s squad also advanced to the finals, by blowing out Chelsea, 53-35 on Friday morning.

Frantina Coleman had 15 points to lead the Lady Eagles.

Shea Panter was the high scorer in the game, finishing with 20 points in a losing effort for Chelsea.

BTW got 77 shots at the basket to Chelsea’s 30.

Charles Henderson 61, Benjamin Russell 52 (OT)

In an overtime contest, the Lady Trojans prevailed 61-52 over the Lady Wildcats.

Clarissa Parker led the game in both points and rebounds. Parker had 17 points and 21 boards to lead Charles Henderson. Kelly Miller had 16, Jenean Deveridge had 14 and Karla Hollis had 10 also for CHHS.

Sameerah Ball’s 16 points and Yaquita Maxwell’s 10 led Benjamin Russell.

Class 6A Boy’s Semifinals

Auburn 72, Northview 61

Auburn High School outscored Northview 25-10 in the third quarter and then held off a late Cougars’ rally to win, 72-61.

Northview outscored Auburn, 29-14 in the final period.

B.J. Williams led the Tigers with 13 points.

Michael Spann’s 25 led the Cougars, while Napolian Barnes had 14 and Miles Abbot had 10 points.

Sidney Lanier 59, Carver 50

Ronell Taylor and Donell Taylor had 18 and 19 points, respectively, to lead the Poets over the Wolverines.

Outscoring Carver 13-6 in the second quarter, proved to be the difference in the game for Sidney Lanier.

Robert Benton had 17 points and Lonnie Jackson had 16 points to lead Carver.

Class 6A Girl’s Semifinals

Central, P.C. 43, Dothan 38

The Lady Red Devils of Phenix City prevailed 43-38 over Dothan in a Class 6A semifinal match-up on Thursday.

Central P.C. was led by Tyrecka Jones’s 13 points and Latoya Harris’s 11 rebounds.

Alecia Jones led Dothan with 13.

Jeff Davis 52, Carver 51

Two free throws by Dee Dee Tyus with 26 seconds left in the game proved to be the difference, as No. 1 Jeff Davis held off a Carver rally in the final minute of a Thursday night Class 6A semifinal game.

Carver scored six points in 30-odd seconds to pull within one of the JD lead, 50-49.

Tyus converted her free throws with 26 seconds left in the game.