Roundup: WAP falls to ‘Horns
Published 12:00 am Wednesday, January 18, 2006
The West Alabama Prep Titans’ recent slide continued as they fell 59-33 on the road to the Marengo Longhorns.
With the win, Marengo improved to 13-3 on the season while WAP slipped to 4-10. After beginning the season 4-4, the Titans have lost their last six.
The Titans hung tough for a quarter, trailing 18-12 after one. But the Longhorn defense stiffened in the second quarter, holding the Titans to three points and extending their lead to 32-15 at halftime.
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Marengo sealed the game by stretching the lead to 42-22 after three quarters.
The Longhorns were led by Trey Rowell, who scored 11. He was followed by Dustin Edwards with 10, Jacob Harris with 9, Thomas Fultz with 7, Josh Dunn with 6, Randy Martin with 5, Kyle Stephens with 4, Chris Whitaker with 4, and Beau Digmon with 1.
Kyle Kennedy and Jake Rich each scored 9 points to lead the Titans. Daniel Logan scored 6, Steven Cockreham added 4, Jarrod Weaver 3 and Gene Samuels 2.
Both teams are back in action Tuesday night, Marengo at home against South Choctaw in an area game while West Alabama Prep hosts Open Door.
Marengo girls 56, WAP 13
Sydney Broadaway and Tina Allen each scored 16 points to lead the Lady ‘Horns in a game they controlled throughout.
Heather Pope scored 5 to lead the Lady Titans. She was followed by Callie Lecroy with 4, Madison Pollenitz with 2, and Lana Stokes with 2.
Broadaway and Allen were helped by Amber Walker with 10 points, Anna Edmonds with 8, and Michelle Pritchett, Elizabeth Carlton, and Abbey Huckabee with 2 each.
Wilcox Central boys 68, Greensboro 52; Greensboro girls 46, Keith 43
The Greensboro Raiders spent their Martin Luther King holiday competing in the MLK Classic at Keith High School in Orrville.
The Raider boys took on 5A power Wilcox Central an suffered a 16-point defeat. Greensboro was led by Ivory White, who scored 11. He was followed by Adrian Williams with 9, Kendrick Tabb with 7., Lloyd Hambright with 6, Mike Wiggins with 5, David Tubbs with 4, Demarquelle Tabb with 4, and Cedric Harris, Jonathan Long, and Javaris Davis with 2 each.
The Greensboro girls were more successful, hanging on for a three-point win over the tournament hosts.