Donny Fuller recorded his 500th career victory as Gulfport beat Hancock 33-26 on Friday in Kiln. Jatiah Lathan scored eight points. Aarmani McDaniel had six points and 20 rebounds. Elijah Hardnett had six points for the Lady Admirals (16-10, 3-2 Region 8-6A).
Fuller, who also coached at Warren Central and Philadelphia, credited his players.
"It's a testimony that I've been blessed with good players that work hard," Fuller said.
Moss Point girls 63, East Central 55: LeMiracle Sims scored 24 points, Maya Harvey added 12 for the Lady Tigers. Sania Wells led East Central with 17 points, Alexis Laughlin added 11, Regan Pearson with 10 points.
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D'Iberville girls 39, Vancleave 32: Jacora Blackston scored 15 points for the Lady Warriors (8-14). Christy Cotten added 11 for D'Iberville, who played without Casey Ferguson. Taylor Jordan led the Lady Bulldogs with 11 points.
St. Patrick girls 54, West Marion 31: Morgan McCrea scored 35 points to lead the Lady Irish (16-6, 5-3 Region 8-3A).
Biloxi girls 45, Long Beach 33: Alexis McDaniel and Breanna Riley each led Biloxi with 11 points. Riley had nine steals for the Lady Indians (9-14). Allanah Turner led Long Beach with 10 points, Nicole Brock added nine. Mikiah Smith and Tytianna Burage each had seven points.
Pass Christian 87, Stone 42: Aaron Whavers scored 24 points for the Pirates (20-6), Jaylen Peters added 13. Dalan Breland led Stone with 17 points.
George County 60, Ocean Springs 47: LaRaymond Spivery scored 20 points for the Rebels (13-5, 4-2 Region 7-6A). Randy Leverette added 13, Rashad Wiggins had 10. Ocean Springs was led by Malcolm Magee's 16 points.
Gulfport 57, Hancock 49: Dequarius McCord led the Admirals (16-10, 3-2 Region 8-6A) with 16 points, Miles Daniels added 11. Aaron Feazelle led Hancock with 12 points.
Christian Collegiate Academy 52, Lamar Christian 48: CCA beat the tournament's number one seed in the second round of District 8AA Playoffs. Madison Bishop records a Double/Double with 28 points and 14 Rebounds. Sam Burleson added 14 points.