AHSAA Basketball Spotlight MONTGOMERY -- Camryn Crider sank 13 of the 22 3-point goals she attempted to tie the AHSAA girls’ single-game state record in the Lady Eagles’ 74-58 win over Cleveland on December 7. She opened the new year with eight in an 84-20 win over Southeastern on Jan, 8 as Coach Tammy West’s team grabbed the AHSAA Prep Basketball Spotlight for the second time this season. Crider, who tied four others with her 13 treys versus Cleveland, sank seven in the first quarter for 21 of her 39 points in that win. She also had eight 3-point goals in the victory over Southeastern. She now shares the single-game mark with Erica Smith of Belgreen (2011), Jordan Dollar of Russellville (2007); Heather Morris of Vestavia Hills (1995); and Heather Mayes of Fyffe (1994). Cold Springs beat Southeastern with 17 treys on 33 attempts – an amazing 51.5 percent accuracy rate from beyond the 3-point arc. Kinley Campbell added three 3-pointers and Neely Ellison, Toni West and Kylon Hamby two each. Southeastern had four – giving both teams 21 total. Kasandra Soto had three and Andrea Zamoro one. The Lady Eagles had 19 treys overall in the Cleveland win to tie the school record set in 2009. The Panthers had five. The 24 3-pointers by both teams set an AHSAA single-game record. The old mark (21) was set by Brilliant in a 2016 82-78 win over Vina and tied by Cold Springs and Southeastern earlier this week. The state record (20) was set by Locust Fork in a 95-36 win over J.B. Pennington in the 2017-18 season. Three schools have had 19 – with Cold Springs the only school to complete the feat twice. The Eagles had 19 in an 88-80 victory over Addison in 1999; Clay-Chalkville had 19 in a 79-43 victory over Ardmore in 2008; and North Sand Mountain canned 19 in a 97-13 win over Whitesburg Christian in 2010. Cold Springs is the only school in state history to have four games with 17 or more 3-pointers in a single game. West’s teams have now had 19 twice and 17 twice. In other highlights reported over the Christmas break and first week of 2019: MILESTONES PRIDE BECOMES FIRST FORMER PLAYER TO WIN CLASSIC AS COACH: Howard Pride, t he boys’ basketball coach at Mae Jemison High School, became the first person in the Huntsville City Classic tournament’s 36-year history to win the Classic title as a player and a coach when the Jaguars defeated Columbia 75-65 in the finals in late December. Pride, a former Alabama Mr. Basketball who is in his first season as head coach for the Jaguars, won three Classic titles with Butler during the early 1990s while playing under Coach Jack Doss . Tony Toney recorded 25 points, six rebounds and three blocks to lead the Jags in the finals. HARDING CAPTURES 400 TH CAREER WIN: Albertville’s 63-42 win over Scottsboro on Jan. 8 at AHS’s Hambrick Hall notched the 400 th Albertville victory for Coach Patrick Harding. Harding, who has coached 472 wins in his prep coaching career spanning more than 20 years, won his 400 th game as a coach in 2015 when Albertville beat the Wildcats 58-48 at Hambrick Hall. He had 72 wins prior to starting his 20-year coaching run at Albertville. The Aggies are now 13-6 this season with six wins in the last seven games. Trinity Bell had 14 points, 11 rebounds and four blocked shots in the Aggies’ win. SEGARS SETS PRATTVILLE CHRISTIAN ASSIST RECORD: Guard Gen Segars dished out six assists in a 60-19 win over Trinity Presbyterian to become the school’s career assist leader. He upped his career total to 294 to eclipse the record (291) set by Wyatt Jennings, who graduated in 2017. Segars also had 11 points in the win. JAKE HALL TOPS 1,000 POINTS: The Shoals Christian guard had 25 points in a 67-49 loss to Waterloo and went over 1,000 points for his high school career in the process. LUE WILLIAMS, ESCAMBIA COUNTY: Had 14 points and eight rebounds for Escambia County (9-1) in a 68-40 win over Flomaton. The points put him over 1,000 for his prep career. BUZZER BEATERS PARKER DRIGGERS, BRANTLEY: Sank a bucket at the buzzer to give Brantley a 67-65 win over Florala. He finished with 12 points and 13 rebounds. Teammate Tucker Kilcrease had 25 points and 10 rebounds. KAILEY RIRY, OAK MOUNTAIN: Nailed a 3-pointer at end of regulation to the game with McAdory and the Lady Eagles responded by posting a 61-52 win in overtime. She finished with 10 points and teammate Hannah Edwards posted 32. LOGAN PADGETT, HOMEWOOD: Nailed a clutch put-back at the buzzer in overtime to send the game into its second extra period and finished with 12 points as the Patriots beat Oak Mountain 40-36 to win the Homewood Metro Tourney. He earned MVP of the tourney in the process. GARRETT HICKS, JAMES CLEMENS: Nailed a 3-pointer at the buzzer, his seventh of the night, to lift the Jets to a 59-56 win over Athens. He finished with 33 points, seven assists and was 7-of-10 shooting from the 3-point zone. TYLER EUBANKS, SPANISH FORT: Scored 19 points, including sinking a free throw with eight seconds remaining in overtime to seal a 76-72 win over Baker. It was the sixth straight win for the Toros. Kirston Davis had four 3-pointers and finished with 31 points for the Hornets. SRJDAN PETROVIC, HOUSTON ACADEMY: Fired a shot from just inside the mid-court line at the buzzer to lift the Raiders to a dramatic 32-30 win over Pike County. He inbounded the ball under the Pike County goal to a teammate with 4.9 seconds left and got a pass back before dribbling downcourt for the game-winning shot. He led HA with 14 points. KATE ANDREWS, HOUSTON ACADEMY: In the girls’ game, Andrews scored twice in the final minute to spark the Lady Raiders to a 49-47 win over Pike County. She had 14 points on the night. OTHER TOP PERFORMANCES BOYS TRENDON WATFORD, MOUNTAIN BROOK: The senior had 38 points and 12 rebounds to lead the Spartans past nationally-ranked IMG Academy 72-67 in the City of Palms Classic at Fort Myers (FL) during the Christmas break. He also had 18 points and 10 rebounds in a 63-62 loss to De La Salle (MN) and scored 29 in an 89-44 win over Mitchell (S.D.) at the Hoop City Classic in South Dakota to close out the Christmas break. He opened 2019 with 30 points and 17 rebounds as Mountain Brook beat Hoover 63-49. TOMMY MURR, LINDSAY LANE: Scored 47 points to lead Lindsay Lane to a 77-70 victory over Skyline. Collin Lockhard had 32 for Skyline. JACOB HOPPER, SARDIS: Had 32 points and 20 rebounds in s 66-63 double-overtime win versus Douglas. BRANDON GREEN, PHILLIPS: Scored 31 points as the Bears topped Brilliant 75-41. D.J. BROWN, WILLIAMSON: Had 25 points, five assists and three steals as the Lions downed Gulf Shores 69-64. He also had 17 points, six assists and two steals in an earlier win over Alma Bryant. TRINITY BELL, ALBERTVILLE: Recorded 26 points, 17 rebounds and seven blocked shots in the Aggies’ 79-71 win over Fort Payne. AUSTON LESLIE, WESTMINSTER CHRISTIAN: Had 27 points as the Wildcats beat Madison County 51-35. MATTHEW McNEECE, McGILL-TOOLEN CATHOLIC: Had 20 points and 12 rebounds to lead the Jackets past Spanish Fort 68-52. MARTAVIUS PAYTON, GEORGIANA: Scored 22 points and cleared 16 rebounds as the Panthers beat McKenzie 83-51. MALIK McCLAIN, DAPHNE: Posted 19 points, 10 rebounds, five assists, four steals and two blocked shots in a 72-52 win over Robertsdale. MATTHEW LANZI, CHELSEA: Was 12-of-14 at the foul line and finished with 20 points as the Hornets beat host UMS-Wright 55-44 to reach the finals of the William Mitchell Memorial Tourney at Mobile. He added 11 points in the finals as Chelsea beat Jackson 40-35 to win the championship. GIRLS ELSIE HARRIS, B.C. RAIN: Totaled 37 points and four steals in a 59-29 win over Daphne. KAROLINE STRIPLIN, GENEVA COUNTY: Scored 36 points as the Bulldogs beat Cottonwood 70-24. RODRECKIA PARKER, SELMA: Had 31 points as the Saints beat Foley 60-59 in the Dwight Madison Christmas Classic. KRISTIN BROWN, CARVER-MONTGOMERY: Totaled 32 points and seven rebounds in the Wolverines’ 70-55 win over Park Crossing. Teammate Bri’Anna Rhodes also contributed 21 points and 10 rebounds in the win. EMILY HENDERSON, MOUNTAIN BROOK: Had 30 points as the Spartans downed Dr. Krop (FL) 77-63 in the Holiday Basketball Classic at West Palm Beach (FL) in December. Mountain finished 3-1 in the tourney. RIVER BALDWIN, PLEASANT HOME: Tallied 34 points and 16 rebounds as the Eagles beat South Walton (FL) 47-38. BREE GRIFFIN, GOSHEN: Had 26 points and seven assists in the Eagles’ 48-22 win over Highland Home. AALIYAH AUSTIN, FAITH ACADEMY: Aaliyah Austin scored 23 points and pulled down 13 rebounds for the Rams in a 50-44 win over Harrison Central (MS). NYA VALENTINE, McGILL-TOOLEN CATHOLIC: Had 17 points in a 53-40 win over Booker T. Washington. DESTINY SANDERS, FAITH ACADEMY: Scored 21 points and cleared 18 rebounds as Faith Academy downed Vigor 55-43. JAKIYA JACKSON, FOLEY: Sparked the Lions to a 59-38 win over Baldwin County with 22 points and also had 16 in a win over Robertsdale. TATIYANNA DAVIS, LEE-HUNTSVILLE: Had 10 points, 12 rebounds and five steals to lead the Lady Generals to a 68-29 win over Bob Jones. MACIE WILLIAMS, SOUTHSIDE-GADSDEN: Had 24 points and 11 rebounds as the Lady Panthers beat Etowah 54-38.