by McKinley Young Jr.
Bailey Leads Antioch past Republic
Aniyah Bailey scored 22 points to lead the Antioch Lady Bears over the Republic Lady Blazers 60-40. Destiny Johnson had 13 points and JiKiya Morris added 10 points for the Lady Bears.
Cheatham County 60- Maplewood 35
Franklin 51 – Cane Ridge 39
Shaw Triple-Double Helps Lead East Pass Whites Creek
WHITES CREEK, Tenn.-East Nashville Lady Eagle sophomore guard Tameia Shaw recorded her second triple-double of the season with 12 points, 14 assists, and 10 steals, as the number one ranked Lady Eagles (17-1, get a district road win 73-22. Junior London Fairs lead all scorers with 29 points hitting seven three-pointers. Quentarra Mitchell notched a double-double with 14 points and 10 rebounds. NaKiya Armstrong led Whites Creek with six points.
East Nashville (73): London Fairs 29, Quentarra Mitchell 14, Tameia Shaw 12, A’Niya Young 8, Kristina Smikes 4, Jaelynn Knox 3, Mariuana Hughes 2, Zayla Jones 1
Whites Creek (22): NiKiya Armstrong 6, T. Cockrill 4, D. Boatright 4, M. Shannon 4, A. Waller 2, M. Shelton 2
McGavock Outlast Overton in a Thriller
Jada Johnson scored 14 points to lead McGavock over Overton 36-35. Annastacia Anderson scored 26 points for Overton.
McGavock (36): Jada Johnson 14, Brooke Bennett 7, Anaudia Williams 5, Keneye Jennings 3, Erionna Reed 3
Overton (35): Annastacia Anderson 26, Jaylah Edmondson 4, JaKayla Griggs 2, T. Kwameka 2, Aniyah Wilson 1
Cane Ridge Beats Hillwood for District Win
Geneva Vann had 18 points and Jada Anthony added 16 as the Cane Ridge Lady Ravens beat Hillwood 59-22.
Back To Back Wins For Lady Bears
Antioch Lady Bear star and Metro leading scorer Aniyah Bailey had another big night with 26 points to lead the Lady Bears over the Glencliff Lady Colts 48-28. Kayla Antonie added 10 points for Antioch. Jennifer Dai lead the Lady Colts with 13 points.
Hillsboro 49 – Hunters Lane 32
Lead Academy 45 – Stem Academy 3
Stratford 53 – Pearl-Cohn 41
Maplewood 43 – Martin Luther King 19
Page 76 – Overton 22
Franklin 79 – Cane Ridge 73
Wilson Leads Eagles Past Whites Creek
WHITES CREEK, Tenn.-Freshman Willie Wilson hit three, three-pointers on his way to 19 points to help the East Nashville Eagles to an 88-47 win over the Whites Creek Cobras. The Eagles had five players in double figures. Dylan Wade led the Cobras with 25 points and eight rebounds.
East Nashville (88): Willie Wilson 19, Isaiah Jones 15, Taras Carter 12, Michael Dowlen 11, Trey Shaw 10, Josh Cole 9, Caleb Grimes 7, Corey Stewart 3, Isaac Williams 2
Whites Creek (47): Dylan Wade 25, Jevon Patterson 7, DeJuan Holland 7, Shawn Johnson 4, Brandon McGary 2, J. Brown 2
Hillsboro 66 – Hunters Lane 58
Sophomore Jalen Macon scored 16 points and Ryan Wilcox added 11 points for the Hillsboro Burros as they went on the road and got a good district win. Tony Mabon had 21 points for Hunters Lane in the lost.
Cane Ridge 74 – Hillwood 45
William Hope had 20 points to lead the Cane Ridge Ravens past the Hillwood Hilltoppers. Kyle Elliott scored 17 points, Brandon Miller had 14 points, and Caleb Wilson added 13 points for the Ravens. Josh Radley led Hillwood with 17 points and Miller Baker added 13.
Overton 78 – McGavock 68
The Overton Bobcats get an important district win beating McGavock on Friday night. Overton was led by Derrick Murphy with 22 points hitting four three-pointers and Lavinte Barnes scored 19 points in the win. McGavock junior guard Marvin Hughes lead all scorers with 31 points in the lost hitting five three-pointers.
Pearl-Cohn 62 – Stratford 39
Lead Academy 74 – Stem Academy 24
Maplewood 48 – Martin Luther King 38
Page 37 – Overton 30
Riverdale 53 – Whites Creek 32
Tuesday Games 1-15-19 (girls’ games start at 6pm and boys 7:30)
Maplewood at East Nashville
Hume Fogg at Martin Luther King
Whites Creek at Pearl-Cohn
Cane Ridge at McGavock
Hunters Lane at Glencliff
Overton at Hillwood
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Photo “Anayia Bailey of Antioch and her coach Antoine Buchanan” by Teika Adams.