Bradley, Natchez clobber Amite County

Published 12:00 am Wednesday, November 12, 2008

LIBERTY — Once Keosha Bradley got going, there was no stopping her as she finished with a game-high 32 points to lead the Natchez High Lady Bulldogs to an 82-56 win over the Amite County Lady Trojans Tuesday night.

Bradley was one of three Natchez High players and six players altogether to score in double figures. The problem for Amite County was that no one on the Lady Trojans’ squad could contain her.

Alia Frank added 13 points and Jacquerra Williams chipped in with 12 points for the Lady Bulldogs, who improved to 2-2 on the season.

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The first and the fourth quarters proved to be instrumental for Natchez High on this night. The Lady Bulldogs outscored the Lady Trojans 25-14 in both quarters. Which was good considering the second and third quarters were much closer.

Tydesheaia Pool led Amite County with 14 points, followed by Shamekia Causey with 11 points and Jacquallis Monroe with 10 points.

Franklin County 47, West Lincoln 44

BROOKHAVEN — CeeCee Davis scored 21 points as Franklin County’s Lady Dawgs got off to an early double-digit lead and then held on to defeat the Lady Bears Tuesday night.

Franklin County (1-1) started off strong on both ends of the court and by the time the first quarter was over, the Lady Dawgs had a 15-5 lead.

After the second and third quarters produced little change in Franklin County’s lead, West Lincoln (1-1) tried to rally in the fourth quarter, but came up three points short of forcing overtime. Julie Case scored a game-high 23 points to lead the Lady Bears.

Parklane 52, WCCA 45

WOODVILLE — Caitlin Adams had a game-high 17 points and Lindsay Clark scored 16 points as the Lady Pioneers defeated the Lady Rams Tuesday night.

Parklane led WCCA (1-2) by just two points at halftime before taking command of the game with an 18-8 advantage in the third quarter which game the visitors a 12-point lead. The Lady Rams tried to rally in the fourth quarter, but the Lady Rams fell short in their effort.

Allie Fontenot led WCCA with 15 points and Terri Fisher added eight points. Kellen Choate chipped in with 10 points for Parklane.