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Prep roundup: No. 1 Bay High girls, No. 6 Pascagoula play thriller

It was a close basketball game, but Bay High girls come out on top

A late free throw by Bay High’s Taz Lewis held up after Pascagoula’s Jailin Cherry misses two chances to give Pascagoula the win on Tuesday night. Video by John Fitzhugh/Sun Herald
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A late free throw by Bay High’s Taz Lewis held up after Pascagoula’s Jailin Cherry misses two chances to give Pascagoula the win on Tuesday night. Video by John Fitzhugh/Sun Herald

Taz Lewis’ free throw with 8.5 seconds remaining Tuesday night lifted the No. 1 Bay High girls past visiting No. 6 Pascagoula 49-48.

Bay’s Jamaya Galloway led all players with 19 points and five steals. Dasia Barnes chipped in 12 points for Bay (4-0). Recent LSU signee Jailin Cherry led Pascagoula (1-4) with 18 points. Alexis McBeath added 12.

St. Patrick 50, Sacred Heart 13: Morgan McCrea helped St. Patrick improve to 2-1 on the year with a 13-point performance in the Fighting Irish’s 50-13 win over Sacred Heart.

Gautier 46, St. Stanislaus 43: Deonta Lawler had a complete game for GHS (1-4), tallying 18 points, nine rebounds and four blocks. Demetris Watson added nine points. Jeremiah Reynoso and Luke Ladner scored 18 and 12 points respectively for SSC.

No. 9 D’Iberville 46, Long Beach 26: Alexa Landenberger and Sonnetta Richardson led DHS (2-1) with 15 and 13 points respectively. Kiara Dillon had 14 rebounds. Santana Valdez had 10 points for LBHS (1-4).

No. 9 St. Martin 60, East Central 33: Trez Kennedy led SMHS (3-2) with 10 points, four assists and four steals; Jariyon Wilkens had 10 points; Tim Downs contributed nine points and five assists; Daetren Bivens scored eight points; and D.Q. Gaudin recorded nine points, eight rebounds and took four charges. Because Hattiesburg’s football team is still in the Class 5A playoffs, St. Martin-HHS will now play on Thursday night instead of Friday.

East Central 63, No. 3 St. Martin 56: Sania Wells scored 38 for ECHS (3-1).

No. 8 Pass Christian 62, Presbyterian Christian 39: Tionne Frost scored 27 and E.J. Belino added 18 points for PCHS (4-1).

Ocean Springs 82, Moss Point 50: Malcolm Magee led OSHS (3-0) with a double-double Tuesday, scoring 15 points with 10 rebounds. Lance Wright, Jordan Brack and Ryan Black rounded out Ocean Springs’ scoring leaders with 21, 17 and 12 points respectively.

Moss Point 50, No. 8 Ocean Springs 47: LaMiracle Sims led MPHS (3-1) with 16 points and Celia Rogers added 13.

Other scores: George County girls 40, Stone 30; No. 3 George County 60, Stone 59; No. 6 Bay 59, No. 2 Pascagoula 37; Long Beach 57, D’Iberville 47.

Soccer

Biloxi girls 4, Gautier 1: Anna Radich scored twice and Zakia Almatrood and Aubrie Edwards also scored for BHS (2-1-1).

Biloxi 5, Gautier 0: Mariano Rodriguez netted two goals for Biloxi (3-1-1) against Gautier. Nico Mateus, Derian Maldonado and Rhiday Sheth also scored, with Maddux Trochesset and Evan McMurphy splitting the shutout.

Scores: St. Martin girls 3, Pascagoula 2; Vancleave 6, Perry Central 0; St. Martin 3, Pascagoula 2.

Patrick Ochs: 228-896-2321, @PatrickOchs

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