Prep roundups: ACCS boys fall short vs. Copiah Aca.

Published 12:01am Friday, December 7, 2012

GALLMAN — Trey Fleming led four players for Adams County Christian School in double figures with 17 points, but the Rebels had no answer for Copiah Academy’s Ty Quick as the Colonels took a 70-63 victory Thursday night.

In addition to Quick’s game-high 25 points, the other factor in Copiah Academy’s win was making enough stops in the first and third quarters. The Colonels held ACCS to 11 points in the first quarter en route to a 17-11 lead and they outscored the Rebels 20-15 in the third quarter to give them a 49-40 lead.

Brandon Walker, Lester Wells and Chris Guedon all scored 10 points for ACCS, which fell to 1-7 on the season. The Rebels will look to get back on track when they host Cathedral Saturday afternoon.

Copiah Academy girls 57, ACCS 28

GALLMAN — Taylor Wilson led Copiah Academy with a game-high 22 points and Kerrigan Vanlandingham added 14 points as the Lady Colonels defeated the Adams County Christian School Lady Rebels Thursday night.

Copiah Academy, one of top teams in MAIS Class AAA, took control of the game early in the first quarter and led ACCS 21-4 at the end of the quarter. The Lady Colonels put the game away with a 19-2 advantage in the third quarter that gave them a 48-15 lead over the Lady Rebels.

Skylar Adams finished with seven points while Nikki Worthey and Rachel House had six points each to lead the Lady Rebels in scoring. ACCS (2-8) plays host to Cathedral Saturday afternoon.

Chamberlain-Hunt boys 64, WCCA 43

WOODVILLE — Tevis Harris scored 16 points and Keith Putnam poured in 11 points as Chamberlain-Hunt defeated the Wilkinson County Christian Academy Rams Thursday night in the MAIS District 6-A opener for WCCA.

Chamberlain-Hunt jumped out to a 19-10 lead over the Rams after one quarter of play and continued to add to its lead throughout the rest of the ball game.

Dakota Jones led WCCA with 16 points and Jaylen Washington chipped in with 13 points. The Rams (0-3, 0-1) next play at Silliman Institute Saturday afternoon.