St. Patrick’s Morgan McCrea converted two late free throws on Tuesday night to lift St. Patrick past Collins 46-45. McCrea scored a game-high 17 points for the Fighting Irish (12-5, 2-0).
Pass Christian girls 49, Bay 32: Daysia Dedeaux led PCHS with 20 points.
St. Martin girls 58, George County 32: Daphane White led St. Martin with 18 points and 13 rebounds, while Alexis Walker had 12 points and six assists. Marshea Gray led GCHS with 19 points.
Pearl River Central 34, Stone 30: Brooklyn Howe led PRC (12-5, 1-0) with nine points. Hydia McDonald scored 13 for Stone.
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Ocean Springs girls 56, D’Iberville 32: Sophie St. Amant scored 12 points and Alexis Caldwell and Mikyah Mack each added 10 to lead OSHS past D’Iberville.
West Harrison 48, Pascagoula 47: The Hurricanes picked up arguably their biggest win of the season Tuesday. Quieran Gray led WHHS (5-11) with 14 points, seven assists and five steals. Drelon Pittman scored 13 points with eight rebounds. Desmond McDaniel added 10 points and eight rebounds, while Will Roberts earned the team’s lone double-double with 10 points and 10 rebounds.
Lamar Christian girls 61, Christian Collegiate Academy 9: Sam Burleson led CCA (8-3, 2-2) with six points.
Lamar Christian 47, Christian Collegiate Academy 42: Codie Coffman-Hayes and Caleb Whitaker led CCA (4-6, 1-3) with 14 and 11 points respectively.
Gulfport girls 38, Hancock 22: Whitney Johnson led GHS (11-8) with eight points.
Gulfport 68, Hancock 52: Miles Daniels posted a game-high 25 points for the Admirals (12-6, 2-0). D.Q. McCord added 10 points and 10 rebounds.
Vancleave 52, Moss Point 24: Johnathan Knight and Xavier Bass led Vancleave with 21 and 10 points respectively.
D’Iberville 58, Ocean Springs 37: Kyle Winters and Dillyn Neely scored 18 and 13 points to lead DHS past OSHS. Malcolm Magee scored 13 points for the Hounds.
Other scores: Hattiesburg girls 57, Picayune 36;.
Ocean Springs girls 3, St. Martin 0: Camille Blankenship scored twice and Marina Blankenship scored the Lady Greyhounds’ third goal.
Gulfport girls 6, Hancock 0: Maddie Wadsworth scored twice for Gulfport (11-3-2). Alexis Arnoult, Elizabeth Stieffel, Britton Simpson and Olivia Prescott each scored for the Lady Admirals. Gracie Weatherly earned the shutout.
George County girls 2, D’Iberville 1: Vallory King and Olivia Simpson both scored for the Lady Rebels (4-9-1, 2-2).
Gulfport 2, Hancock 1: Lucas Ragula and Ashton LeBlanc netted goals for GHS (9-8-1, 4-0)
Ocean Springs 6, St. Martin 0: Max Higginbotham netted two goals and an assist to lead the Greyhounds (14-2-2) to victory. Caleb Burke recorded a goal and two assists, while Mike Himenez had a goal and an assist. Kealan Baggett and Myles Duggan also scored, while Nate Bond set up two goals. Moses Ohler earned the shutout.