Girls’ High School Roundup

High school girls basketball roundup: McBee thumps Great Falls

January 16, 2013 

Compiled by Sam Copeland

Visiting McBee thumped Great Falls on Tuesday night in girls’ basketball action 58-21.

McBee led 8-4 with just over 2 minutes left in the first quarter when Analishia Phillips hit a 3-pointer to spark a 12-0 run in the last 120 seconds of the quarter. A three by Alishia Harmon with 5 seconds left put the Panthers up 20-4 heading into the second quarter, and they never relinquished the lead on their way to the Region 3-A road win.

Alishia Hallman led three McBee players in double figures with 20 points. Andrea Edwards led Great Falls with 20 points.

McBee 58,

Great Falls 21

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Great Falls4737-21

McBee - Analishia Phillips 5, Jamelia James 18, Star Holloman 12, Alishia Harmon 20, Jamecia Thompson 3.

Great Falls - Morgan Lubobachy 3, Brandi Price 6, Carrie Edwards 2, Andrea Edwards 20.

3-pointers - McBee 5 (James 2, Thompson 1, Phillips 1, Harmon 1), Great Falls 2 (Price 2).

Team fouls - McBee 3, Great Falls 5. Fouled out - None.

Bret McCormick

Chester 58, Broome 38

The Cyclones pressed from the opening tip and it resulted in plenty of transition baskets in a big Region 3-AAA win.

The transition game coupled with a solid offensive effort from the post players gave Chester a balanced attack.

Diamond Simpson led the way for Chester with 16 points. Porcelain Goldsborough added 12, while Shatterica Mayfield tossed in 10, including a pair of goals from beyond the arc.

Broome1010810-38
Chester1718194-58

Broome - Tierrany West 4, Destine Shippy 2, Chantel Degraffenreid 4, Jada Wallace 22, Leonna Tucker 6.

Chester - Shatterica Mayfield 10, Destiny Isom 2, Shannon Snelgrove 3, Britnee Stinson 3, Porcelain Goldsborough 12, Alexus Young 4, Tericka Sanders 2, Diamond Simpson 16, Stakeria Sanders 6.

3-pointers - Broome 0, Chester 2 (Mayfield 2). Team fouls - Broome 9, Chester 11. Fouled out - None.

Records: Chester 10-8, 4-0 in Region 3-AAA.

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