RLS beats PCHS; Andy boys, girls fall

Published 12:03 am Tuesday, November 22, 2011

Red Level beat Pike County 67-31 on Monday night at the Enterprise Thanksgiving Tournament.

The Tigers led 11-10 after the first period, 30-12 at half time and 47-19 after the end of the third period.

KJ Lawrence led the Tigers with 15 points, and Tim Sims chipped in 13. Troy Nolen had 11 points.

RLS held PCHS to two free throws in the second period during the contest.

“We were patient on offense, and we had a good defensive effort,” RLS coach Allen Catrett said.

Red Level will play Charles Henderson today at 1:30 p.m. to vie for fifth place.

In other action, Andalusia’s boys lost to Enterprise 69-44.

Niguel Jones led the Bulldogs with 14 points, and Joe Flowers added 11 points.

In girls action, the Lady Bulldogs fell 59-46 to Central Phenix City.

Shi’Amber Townsend led with 22 points, and Alexis Horton chipped in 18.

Andalusia’s boys will play Dothan at 1:30 p.m. today for third or fourth place.


Sat., Nov. 19

Andalusia boys 57, Red Level boys 35

ENTERPRISE — Red Level matched Andalusia’s speed on the basketball court Saturday, but the Bulldogs came away with a 57-35 first-round victory in the Enterprise Thanksgiving Tournament at EHS.

AHS went on to outscore RLS 13-6 in the second period to lead 27-15 at half time.

The Tigers kept close with the Bulldogs the rest of the way, almost outscoring AHS in the third period.

Andalusia led 31-21 early in the third period, and then went on an 8-4 run to lead 39-25 going to the final period of the contest.

The Bulldogs then outscored Red Level 18-10 in the final period of the game to advance in the tournament.

Jacard Townsend led all Bulldogs with 22 points, and Jones had 12 points.

KJ Lawrence had 12 points, and Tim Sims had eight points for Red Level.


Andalusia girls 56, Prattville girls 39

The Lady Bulldogs utilized their speed and athleticism to beat the Class 6A team in all phases of the game at the EHS tournament.

AHS beat the Lady Lions 56-39.

AHS led 30-23 at half time, and then went on a 10-4 run in the third period to end up outscoring the Lady Lions 19-11 going into the fourth period.

“We had a lot better intensity with what we were doing,” AHS girls basketball coach Bennie Shellhouse said. “In the second half, we put enough pressure on them that they kind of folded.”

Senior point guard Alexis Horton led the Lady Bulldogs with 19 points, and Alectricia Barnes chipped in 16. Shi’Amber Townsend added 14 points in the win.