Gadsden area top high school sports performers for 1st full week of January
See who had a big week around the Gadsden area in the first full week of January.
Southside girls bowling team extended its winning streak to 70 with a couple of wins over Huffman.
Jessica Clontz bowled a 222 in the first game while Cora Lee Clontz bowled a 213 in the nightcap to help the Panthers clinch the top spot in the region.
In boys bowling, Andrew Norris bowled a high game of 181 as Southside knocked off Huffman in two games.
In boys basketball, Gadsden City guard DeMarcus Macon scored a team-high 15 points in an 84-68 win over Etowah.
Gadsden City guard Ra’Tavious Hicks scored 13 points.
Gadsden City guard Brady Troup and forward Jahemn Norris each tallied 10 points.
Etowah guard Steven Jones scored a game-high 19 points in the loss to Gadsden City.
Etowah guard Tae Wright added 16 points.
Etowah guard and Duke football signee Trent Davis tallied 14 points.
West End guard Thad Pearce scored a team-high 13 points, along with five rebounds and three assists in a 73-47 loss to Cleveland.
West End guard Isaiah Roberson totaled 11 points and five rebounds.
West End guard Gavin Knue scored 11 points.
In girls basketball, Gadsden City center Jaedyn Sharp tallied a double-double with 11 points and 14 rebounds in a 55-23 win over Etowah.
Gadsden City guard Camille Jenkins had 11 points while guard Tameah Gaddis added 10 points.
Gadsden City guard and Georgia Tech softball signee Auburn Dupree finished with seven steals.
In boys high school basketball, Westbrook Christian forward Cade Phillips posted a double double of 21 points and 12 rebounds in a 43-40 comeback win over Pelham to improve to 11-3 on the season.
Westbrook Christian guard Christian Morris helped out with nine points.
Fyffe guard Parker Godwin totaled 24 points to lead the 10-4 Red Devils past Asbury 63-36.
Fyffe forward Brody Dalton, a UAB football signee, finished with 16 points and five rebounds.
Hokes Bluff guard Jordan Presley scored a team-high 13 points in a 69-47 loss to Geraldine.
Hokes Bluff guard Drake Rainey added 12 points.
West End guard Isaiah Roberson neared a double-double with eight points and eight rebounds in a 59-46 loss to Ragland.
In girls prep hoops, Hokes Bluff guard Kileigh Blackwell totaled 16 points in a 42-40 loss to Geraldine.
Hokes Bluff center Chloe Rule had 10 points and guard Maddie Smith scored nine points.
Southside forward Sydney Yancey scored 18 points in a 60-32 win over Fort Payne.
Gadsden City guard Tameah Gaddis tallied a double-double with 15 points and 14 rebounds in a 40-35 win over Albertville.
In girls bowling, Southside won the Vestavia Hills Rebel Roll bowling tournament for the fifth consecutive year. The Panthers were the top seed after qualifying with Jessica Clontz, Jennifer Clontz, Rose Losco and Cora Lee Clontz being named to the all-tournament team.
In boys bowling, Southside finished fifth after defeating Calera before falling to eventual champion Spain Park. Aulden Battles and Dalton Suther were named to the all-tournament team.
In girls hoops, Hokes Bluff guard Madi Wolfe totaled 11 points in a 51-44 loss to Geraldine.
Coosa Christian guard Chloe Davidson led the way with 27 points in a 57-33 win over Gaylesville to improve the Class 1A, No. 7 Conquerors’ record to 12-2 overall and 3-0 in area games.
Coosa Christian guard Bella Millirons finished with 24 points.
In boys hoops, Coosa guard Deontae Ford totaled 39 points in a 62-56 win over Gaylesville.
Coosa guard/forward Isiah Cole added 16 points.
In boys basketball, guards Trent Davis and Martavious “NyNy” Davis, a Louisiana football pledge, both scored 12 points to lead Etowah to a 65-59 win over Cherokee County to end a three-game losing streak.
Forward Connor Elrod scored a game-high 18 points for Cherokee County.
Forward/center Nas Diamond added 13 points for the Warriors.
Southside forward Michael Rich Jr., a Murray State football signee, scored a team-high 19 points in a 56-29 area win over Pell City.
Southside guard Isaac Barnard added 11 points.
West End guard Gavin Knue led the Patriots (5-9, 0-4) with nine points in a 58-33 loss to Locust Fork.
Fyffe guard/forward Micah Johnson scored 17 points in a 65-58 win over Plainview.
Fyffe guard Parker Godwin added 17 points and five assists.
Fyffe forward Brody Dalton, a UAB football signee, tallied a double-double with 15 points and 10 rebounds.
Fyffe guard/forward Tate Goolesby had eight points, seven rebounds and four assists.
Coosa Christian guard Chloe Davidson had 23 points as the No. 7 Conquerors (13-2, 4-0) held off Donoho 49-47 in girls high school basketball.
Coosa Christian guard Bella Millirons finished with 15 points.
In boys basketball, Coosa guard Deontae Ford scored 30 points in a 70-64 loss to Donoho.
Coosa guard/forward Isiah Cole added 20 points.