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All-Star Sports Week - 2010

     
Kaitlyn Griffith of Cherokee County connects for a two-run home run iin the first inning of game 1 of the 2010 All-Star Week competition. (KDPSportsPhoto)
     
Scores, Stats, Summaries  

Baseball (Monday)
Series Rained Out

Soccer (Tuesday)

Girls: South 3, North 2
Boys: North 7, South 1
Stats: Girls   Boys
Summaries

Softball (Wednesday)

Game 1: North 11, South 0
Game 2: North 12, South 1
Stats: Game 1   Game 2
Summaries

Volleyball (Thursday)

Game 1: North 25, South 14
Game 2: North 25, South 19 
Game 3: North 25, South 23
Stats: Series
Summaries


Basketball (Thursday)

Girls: North 58, South 42
Boys: North 86, South 81
Stats: Girls     Boys
Summaries

Football (Friday)

Game: North 14, South 7
Stats: Game
Summary

     
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Alabama Boys Win 2008 All-Star Basketball Game

 

     PELHAM – R.C. Hatch’s Frankie Sullivan, the Alabama MVP, had 27 points in leading Alabama to a 101-99 victory over Mississippi in the 2008 Alabama-Mississippi boys All-Star basketball game Thursday night.

     Alabama turned up the defensive intensity in the final minutes. Trailing 89-84 after a pair of free throws from Mississippi’s Chris Wallace of Wingfield, Alabama went on a 15-4 run to earn the win.

     The Alabama victory evened the series at nine wins each.

     Alabama started the game-winning spurt with a pair of dunks by R.C. Hatch’s Nicholas Johnson and another by Northview’s Xavier Gibson. Hillcrest-Tuscaloosa’s Wayne Dedrick tipped in Johnson’s miss for a 90-89 Alabama lead. Mississippi tied the game on a free throw by Latavious Williams of Starkville, but two free throws from Alabama’s Sullivan gave the team a lead for good.

     Mississippi closed the margin to 94-93 on two free throws from Terry Church of Lanier and another free throw by Romero Osby of Northeast Lauderdale. Alabama extended its lead to 101-93 with five straight points before a pair of Mississippi 3-pointers in the last 17 seconds by Dale Hughes of New Hope and Osby accounted for the final margin.

     The two teams battled evenly throughout the contest and were tied 44-all at the half. Behind Hughes’ 16 second half points, Mississippi slowly built its lead until the final minutes when Sullivan and the Alabama guards took over.

     Auburn signee Sullivan led all scorers with 27 points, including 17 in the second half, and grabbed 10 rebounds. Sullivan also converted three baskets from 3-point range and handed out four assists. Dedrick added 22 points, Johnson scored 12, and Gibson added 11 points and 11 rebounds.

 

 
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NORTHEAST REGIONAL (Girls)

At Jacksonville State University

Semi-Finals

Finals

To Final 48

 

 

 

 

2/19

Hewitt-Trussville  52

      Mountain Brook  57

 

 9 am

 Mountain Brook  56

 

 

CLASS 6A

Feb. 22, 9 am

Clay-Chalkville 

 2/19

Clay-Chalkville  66

 Clay-Chalkville  75

6A-NE Qualifier

12 noon

Hoover  55

 

 

 

 

 

 

2/19

 Spring Garden 72

 Spring Garden 60

 

  3 pm

 Ragland  42

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CLASS 1A

Feb. 22, 12;20 pm

Spring Garden 

2/19

 Gaston 57

 Gaston  46

1A-NE Qualifier

6 pm

 Jacksonville Christian  41

 

 

 

 

 

 

2/20

 J.O. Johnson  34

 Talladega  59

 

9 am

 Talledega  64           

 

 

CLASS 5A

Feb. 22, 3:40 pm

Talladega 

2/20

 Scottsboro  58

 Scottsboro  41

5A-NE Qualifier

12 noon

 Anniston  46

 

 

 

 

 

 

2/20

 Piedmont  63

 Piedmont  43

 

3 pm

 Ohatchee  48

 

 

CLASS 2A

Feb. 22, 7 pm

Ider

2/20

 Ider  68

 Ider  59

2A-NE Qualifier

6 pm

 Woodland  57

 

 

 

 

 

 

2/21

 Crossville  63

 Crossville  64

 

9 am

 Hokes Bluff  58

 

 

CLASS 3A

Feb. 23 9 am

Crossville

2/21

 Geraldine  50

 Glencoe  53

3A-NE Qualifier

12 noon

 Glencoe  56

 

 

 

 

 

 

2/21

 Boaz  52

 Boaz  45

 

3 pm

 Jacksonville  24

 

 

CLASS 4A

Feb. 23, 12:20 pm

DAR 

2/21

DAR  52

 DAR  58

             4A-NE Qualifier

6 pm

Locust Fork  46