Andy 12U All-Stars finish 2nd at district

Published 12:00 am Tuesday, February 28, 2012

Opp’s All-Stars competes in district action on Friday night. | Stephanie Nelson/Star-News

Andalusia’s 12-and-under All-Stars boys basketball team fell to Troy 40-38 in the District 6 tournament on Saturday night at AHS to finish runner-up.

With this loss, the Andalusia team will participate in the state tournament in Russellville from March 9-12.

Earlier on Saturday, Andalusia beat Geneva 50-27 in the semifinals to advance to the title game.

On Friday, Troy beat Enterprise 29-26; Andalusia beat Greenville 37-29; Geneva beat Opp 37-28; and Troy beat Samson 51-19.

The tournament was a single elimination tournament.

Troy 40, Andalusia 38 (championship)

Andalusia’s Bridges Anderson led the Bulldogs with 21 points; Tyler Sheridan had nine points; and R.J. Drish chipped in four points.

The Bulldogs outscored Troy 6-2 in the first period, and led 23-9 at half time.

Troy outscored Andalusia 19-2 in the third period to run away with the game.

Andalusia 50, Geneva 27 (semifinals)

Anderson led with 14 points; and Will Clark chipped in 12 points for Andalusia. Drish added six points.

Geneva’s T. Clay had 12 points.

Geneva 37, Opp 28

(first round)

Opp’s Anthony Harrell had nine points to lead the Bobcats; and Austin Dean, Kody Richburg, Ezekiel Reed, Tyler Schively and Lorenzo Edwards had three points each.


In 10-and-under action, Enterprise beat Greenville 32-29 in the championship.

The Wildcats were led by J. Shields with 11 points. Greenville’s C. Meyers led the Tigers with eight points.

In earlier tournament action, Greenville beat Andalusia 36-15 (Kendall Sims had 10 points and Roosevelt Weaver had five points); Enterprise beat Troy 34-25; Greenville beat Opp 44-18; and Troy beat Geneva 43-32.

8-and-under co-ed

Andalusia’s 8-and-under co-ed All-Star basketball team lost 46-2 to Enterprise in the opening round of its tournament.

In other action, Greenville beat Eufaula 38-20; Greenville beat Geneva 56-18; Enterprise beat Ozark 33-8; and Greenville beat Enterprise in the championship, 46-28.