Boys basketball roundup: Sardis, Westbrook Hokes Bluff gain victories

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Sardis edged Hokes Bluff, 46-45 last Tuesday (Nov. 30) at HBHS. The Lions (5-1) trailed 13-10 after one quarter, led 27-21 at halftime and led 35-32 after three quarter. Jamarius Anderson paced Sardis with 19 points, followed by Eli Morton with eight and Landon Carroll with seven. Jordan Presley (pictured above) led the Eagles with 24 points, while Avron Nix contributed nine points, nine rebounds, four steals and three assists.

Westbrook Christian fell to North Sand Mountain, 78-62, last Monday (Nov. 29) in Higdon. For the Warriors (3-3), Evans Sizemore finished with 20 points and 12 rebounds, while Brodie Self contributed 13 points and five boards. Hugh Windle chipped in nine points and three assists.

Westbrook Christian lost to Asbury, 56-47, on Nov. 24 at the Liberty Bank Thanksgiving Shootout at Geraldine. Hugh Windle paced the Warriors (3-2) with 16 points, while Evans Sizemore finished with seven points and 12 rebounds. Brodie Self added seven points and five boards.

Westbrook Christian defeated Class 3A defending state champion Fyffe, 63-59, on Nov. 23 at the Liberty Bank Thanksgiving Shootout at Geraldine. Hugh Windle scored 16 points
for the Warriors, followed by Brodie Self with 16 and Cameron White with 10. Evans Sizemore pulled down rebounds, while Self cleared five. White distributed four assists.

Jason Presley shot 100 percent (7-for-7) at the free throw line and 50 percent (3-for-6) from three-point range in Hokes Bluff’s 67-30 victory over Cedar Bluff on Nov. 23. Presley finished with 22 points while grabbing eight rebounds. John Clark Wetzel added 11 points for the Eagles, while Mason Miller chipped in eight. Kyle Patterson contributed eight points and seven rebounds, while Avron Nix had seven points and eight boards.

Westbrook Christian fell to Geraldine, 66-42, on Nov. 22 at the Liberty Bank Thanksgiving Shootout at Geraldine. Evans Sizemore led the Warriors with 18 points, while Sage Robertson added eight. Sizemore grabbed eight rebounds, while Brodie Self pulled down seven.

 

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