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Prep roundup: Here’s Tuesday’s basketball, soccer results

Laurel's Rasaad Pettis guards Gulfport's Miles Daniels during the second quarter of their Joe Barlow Thanksgiving Invitational basketball tournament game on Tuesday, Nov. 22, 1016. Daniels led GHS past East Jefferson on Tuesday with 23 points.
Laurel's Rasaad Pettis guards Gulfport's Miles Daniels during the second quarter of their Joe Barlow Thanksgiving Invitational basketball tournament game on Tuesday, Nov. 22, 1016. Daniels led GHS past East Jefferson on Tuesday with 23 points. jcfitzhugh@sunherald.com file

No. 4 Gulfport knocked off East Jefferson on Tuesday night 60-44. Miles Daniels led GHS (6-2) with 23 points. Keevon Oney added 12 points and eight rebounds.

Faith Academy 74, No. 1 Harrison Central 68: Chyna Allen led HCHS (7-1) with 25 points. Arieanna Norwood added 21.

No. 6 Ocean Springs girls 39, West Harrison 36: Dougless St. Amant led OSHS (7-4) with 13 points and 13 rebounds.

St. Patrick girls 65, Sacred Heart 33: Morgan McCrea and Anna Clare Colson led St. Patrick (6-1) with 15 and 14 points respectively.

No. 3 St. Martin girls 64, No. 8 East Central 49: Daphane White had 36 points and 11 rebounds for St. Martin (8-4). Raven Overman scored 13 points with 11 rebounds, Alexis Walker had 10 points and Shania Wheeler handed out 10 assists to round out St. Martin’s leaders. Sania Wells and Madison Pearson led ECHS (5-2) with 20 and 13 points.

D’Iberville girls 38, Gautier 18: Sonnetta Richardson led DHS (3-4) with 14 points.

Ocean Springs 58, West Harrison 55: Malcolm Magee led OSHS with 30 points and Ryan Black had 12. Quieran Gray led WHHS on Tuesday with 22 points.

No. 8 St. Martin 58, East Central 46: Daetren Bivens led SMHS (9-3) with 15 points on Tuesday. Jariyon Wilkens added 12.

Picayune 65, Poplarville 33: Steph Ayangma led the Maroon Tide (6-4) with 24 points on Tuesday. Gary Traves scored 16.

St. Patrick 58, Sacred Heart 36: Jack Magandy netted 22 points on Tuesday night for the Fighting Irish. Jacob Salminen added 10 points.

Moss Point girls 62, Long Beach 34: LaMiracle Sims led the Lady Tigers (5-2) on Tuesday with 19 points and 11 rebounds. Robyn Lee scored 18 and Bri Miller added 11.

Moss Point 45, Long Beach 38: MPHS (2-5) was led by Labarious Williams’ 20-point performance.

Other scores: Pascagoula girls 48, No. 4 Biloxi 39.

Soccer

Long Beach girls 6, Picayune 0: Maddie Beets scored all six goals for LBHS (4-3-1). Holly Weaver and Susie Stevison each had two assists.

Gulfport girls 5, Hancock 0: Alexis Arnoult scored a hat trick for GHS (8-2-1, 1-0). Anika Shenas and Britton Simpson scored the Lady Admirals’ other goals. Gracie Weatherly and Azaria Breaux split the shutout.

Vancleave girls 8, Purvis 1: Sydney Salter and Chelsea Morton each scored four goals for VHS (8-4).

Biloxi girls 3, Harrison Central 0: Zakiah Almatrood scored twice and Aubrie Edwards chipped in the third goal for BHS (5-2-3, 1-0). Lydia Harrington picked up the shutout.

Ocean Springs girls 8, D’Iberville 0: Kaylee Foster led OSHS (5-3-3) with four goals. Kayley Fountain scored twice and both Lindsay Charlton and Emma Hunt chipped in goals.

Gulfport 4, Hancock 2: Ashton LeBlanc scored twice and Daniel Powell rounded out Gulfport’s leaders. Benji Thames assisted on one of LeBlanc’s goals. GHS also scored on an own goal. The Hawks were led in scoring by goals from Cooper Graves and Samuel Burris.

Ocean Springs 3, D’Iberville 0: Chris Pasvantis, Myles Duggan and Caleb Burke all scored for OSHS (7-1-2). Kealan Baggett had two assists and Moses Ohler had the shutout.

Other scores: St. Martin girls 2, George County 0.

Patrick Ochs: 228-896-2321, @PatrickOchs

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