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Midfield’s Moore, Lindsay Lane’s Murr Reach Milestones to Share AHSAA Basketball Spotlight

MONTGOMERY – Midfield High School junior Jemeriah Moore scored the 2,000th point of her prep basketball career and Lindsay Lane junior Tommy Murr canned his 1,000th point this season as both captured the AHSAA Basketball Spotlight this week.
   Murr, who currently leads the nation in scoring with a 43.5-point average according to MaxPreps, scored 37 points in a 64-35 win over Whitesburg Christian giving him 144 points in his last three games. He tallied 53 in an 85-75 loss to Elkmont and followed with 54 versus Oakwood Adventist Academy in an 81-65 win. Murr’s 1,000th point this season came on his last bucket versus Oakwood. He has made 267 of 309 free throws attempted this season (86.4%) and is 42 of 47 since January 1 (89.4%).
    He has scored 50 or more point seven times in 23 games with his season high coming in December when he canned 61 in an 84-77 win over Sheffield. He was 24 of 27 at the foul line in that win. Murr, who increased his career total to 2,942 points in 84 games after the Oakwood win, averaged 39.5 points per game as a junior with 1,231 points in 31 games. The 6-foot-1 guard has scored 32 or more points in 21 of his team’s 23 games this season with his low of 25 coming in a 74-53 loss to R.A. Hubbard in early December. Stephen Murr, Tommy’s dad, is head coach of the Lions (13-10).
    Moore had 42 points in the Patriots’ 83-8 win over Holy Family last week – pushing her over 2,000 points for her career. She is averaging 19.9 ppg for Coach Charles Thomas’ team. Midfield (17-8) has three regular-season games remaining. All 42 points came from the field with four 3-pointers and 15 2-point goals.
    The two players’ milestone performances edged out a state-record tying effort by West Point High School’s Lady Warriors of Coach John Welborn. West Point sank 20 3-pointers in its 82-42 win over Hamilton to tie the state record for most in a game by a single team. Locust Fork set the record with 20 last season versus J.B. Pennington.
   West Point and Hamilton combined for 24 – tying the record set by Coach Tammy West’s Cold Springs Eagles in an 84-20 win over Southeastern last week. West and Welborn are brother and sister.
    Leading West Point’s effort was Lexi Shadix with seven treys. Six other players had at least one for the Warriors, including Miriam Oldacre (5), Macy Hamby (3), Micah Oldacre (2), Sheridan Bowers, Natalie Trammell and Emily Wells (1 each).

BUZZER BEATERS
NAUDIA BISHOP, NORTHVIEW:
Grabbed a pass from teammate Alexis Hudgens and converted a layup with six seconds left to lift Northview to a 53-52 win over Dothan in the last meeting between the two on the Dothan High campus. The teams, who still have a game left at Northview on Jan. 25, will be consolidated into one program next year. Hudgens had 11 points in the win and added 24 one night later in a 61-52 victory over Holmes County of Bonifay (FL).
DEMETRION BARNES, ESCAMBIA COUNTY: Sank a 3-pointer on a last-second shot to give the Blue Devils a 57-54 win over Williamson.
BENNIE GAMBINO, DAPHNE: Made a layup with 3:24 left in the game to give the host Trojans the lead for good as Daphne held on to beat Spanish Fort 67-64 in the first meeting of the season for the Class 6A, Area 2 rivals before a packed gymnasium at Daphne. He finished with 12 points and surpassed the 1,000-point plateau for his career. Malik McClain scored his team’s final six points, including a pair of clinching free throws with 22.6 seconds remaining, and finished with 21 points, 12 rebounds and three blocked shots.
ALEX ODAM, PIEDMONT: The eighth grader gave his team the lead with 1:21 to play and then scored the last seven points of the game in the final 45 seconds to lift the Bulldogs to a 63-56 win over Weaver. Odam was 8-of-9 at the foul line and finished with 17 points as Piedmont played the eighth game of a nine-game stretch over 14 days. The Bulldogs (15-2) outscored Weaver 23-10 in the final quarter to erase a 47-40 deficit.
   Other top performances reported included:

BOYS
LUKE COUCH, VESTAVIA HILLS:
Had 26 points, including a perfect 11-of-11 at the foul line, as the Rebels beat Hewitt-Trussville 61-49. Vestavia Hills finished 18-of-23 overall at the charity stripe.
BRODY PEEBLES, HARTSELLE: Scored 29 points, including a 10-of-12 effort at the foul line, to lead the Tigers past Decatur 58-46.
ANDREW BURNEY, PIKE COUNTY: Totaled 55 points in three games, including 39 in a pair of victories. The Bulldogs beat Wicksburg 59-22, lost to Barbour County 73-67 and beat Houston Academy 56-35. He also had 26 rebounds and 11 blocked shots in the wins over Wicksburg and Houston Academy.
ELIGAH ALLEN, DOTHAN: Had 29 points to lead Dothan past Smiths Station 74-44.
KEYSHAUN MARTIN, DALE COUNTY: Scored 29 points, including 22 in the first half, in the Warriors 65-60 area win over Ashford.
SRDJAN PETROVIC, HOUSTON ACADEMY: Scored 27 points in leading the Raiders to a 58-40 win over Providence Christian on Friday.
JYQUAN WHITE, GENEVA COUNTY: Managed 25 points and 13 rebounds in Geneva County's 66-63 win over Houston County.
LUE WILLIAMS, ESCAMBIA COUNTY: Scored 28 points and cleared 10 rebounds as the Blue Devils beat the Tigers 69-54. He also had 21 points and 10 rebounds in a 59-54 win over Williamson.
JERMAINE BROWN, ST. LUKE’S EPISCOPAL: Tallied 29 points in a 66-59 win over McIntosh.
KALEB MOORE, HACKLEBURG: Scored 42 points in his team’s 78-65 win over Tharptown and added 27 in a 2-point win over Phillips.
JAKE BAXTER HALL, SHOALS CHRISTIAN: Reached the 1,000-point mark for his career with a 25-point effort against Waterloo in a 67-49 setback.

GIRLS
KAROLINE STRIPLIN, GENEVA COUNTY:
Had 32 points, 14 rebounds and six blocks to lead Geneva County over Houston County 64-31.
ZAKYRIA JOHNSON, ARITON: Had 53 points and 27 rebounds in powering two Ariton wins, 68-34 over Elba and 49-17 over Barbour County. She had 34 points, 16 rebounds and three blocked shots versus Elba and 19 points and 11 rebounds in the win over Barbour County.
DAZJA HANKINS, MUSCLE SHOALS: Had 26 points and 21 rebounds in two Colbert County tournament wins for the Trojans over Colbert County and Colbert Heights.
GRACIE HALLMAN, PHILLIPS: Hallman had 28 points in the Bears’ 91-28 win over Brilliant and 16 in a 72-18 victory over Hackleburg.
KIARA SUMMERHILL, WATERLOO: Scored 26 points as the Cougars beat Shoals Christian 52-22 and 21 in a 53-43 triumph over Cherokee.
TORI VICE, OHATCHEE: Had 28 points to lead the Indians, who outscored Westbrook Christian 16-0 in the first quarter en route to a 55-28 win. Vice had 10 points in the opening period.
MAORI DAVENPORT, CHARLES HENDERSON: Had 25 points as the Trojans downed Carroll of Ozark 71-17.
HALEY PATTERSON, ST. LUKE’S EPISCOPAL: Had a double-double with 23 points and 20 rebounds as the Wildcats nipped McIntosh 64-63. Teammate Elizabeth Roebuck added 26 points, five assists, five rebounds and three steals. Patterson also had 14 points and 10 rebounds in a 67-12 win over Millry, St. Luke’s eighth win in the last nine games.
KAITLIN PETERSON, EUFAULA:
Had 22 points and six steals in leading the Tigers to a 64-37 win over Abbeville. Teammate Denahria Hicks added 10 points and 11 rebounds.




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