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Jags volleyball wins over GHS

By Kasey DeCastra, SCRJ Community News Editor, scores care of AHSAA
The Jaguars varsity volleyball team won over Greensboro High School Sept. 7 and fell to Southern Choctaw Sept. 1. Next up the ladies take on Linden High School on Sept. 10, Jackson High on Sept. 15 and Southern Choctaw aon Sept. 16. Sumter Central football team, (0-2) are scheduled to play American Christian Academy on Sept. 3. The Class 1-A Jags forfeited to West Blocton High School on Sept. 3. Homecoming week is scheduled for Sept. 24 against Greene County in Eutaw.

UCS varsity volleyball wins over Sipsey Valley and Demopolis

By Kasey DeCastra, SCRJ Community News Editor, scores care of AHSAA
UCS varsity and middle school team finished off August by winning all three matches at the Tri-match against Holy Spirit and Sipsey Valley, and Greensboro Middle School on Aug. 31 and Demopolis on Sept. 7. Blazers varsity volleyball team will play Choctaw County High School on Sept. 9 on the road and at home will play American Academy on Sept. 16. The middle school team will play American Christian Academy on Sept. 16 at home. Blazers football play Sweetwater Sept. 7, Holy Spirit Sept. 9 at 7 p.m. and will reschedule the Millry football game that was set for Aug. 31. UCS scores for the game against Sweet Water were unavailable by press time. Next up the Blazers will play in Tuscaloosa at Holy Spirit on Sept. 9 at 7 p.m. and on Sept. 13 against Clarke County at home at 6 p.m. in Tiger Stadium.

Sumter Central to play West Blocton

By Kasey DeCastra, SCRJ Community News Editor, scores care of AHSAA, care of 9-2-21 edition

Central football team (0-1) will play West Blocton High School on Sept. 3. The Class 1-A Jags forfeited to Choctaw County High School on Aug. 27. The Jaguars varsity volleyball team is scheduled for home games against Southern Choctaw Sept. 1, Greensboro on Sept. 7 and Linden on the 9th, at 5 p.m.

UCS volleyball wins over Sipsey Valley in Tri-game

By Kasey DeCastra, SCRJ Community News Editor, scores care of AHSAA, care of 9-2-21 edition
UCS JV volleyball fell to Demopolis Middle School on Aug. 24. The JV team will play Thomasville on Spet. 2 at 4 p.m. and Demopolis at 4 p.m. Both games are on home court in Livingston. Varsity volleyball Blazers won over Sipsey Valley on Aug. 26, in a away game.
Next up the girls play Thomasville at home Sept. 2 at 5 p.m. and Demopolis at home at 5 p.m. on Sept. 9.
Blazers football play Sweetwater Sept. 7, Holy Spirit Sept. 9 at 7 p.m. and will reschedule the Millry football game that was set for Aug. 31.

Sumter Central Jaguars to play Choctaw County and University Charter School to play Millry

By Kasey DeCastra, SCRJ Community News Editor, care of 8-26-21 SCRJ edition
The Lady Blazers won over R. C. Hatch’s Tigers from Uniontown Aug. 19 in both games at home in Livingston, 5 p.m. scores: 5 ,9, 2 – 25, 25, 25 and 6 p.m. 13, 6, 8 – 25, 25, 25, and the varsity team won again on Aug. 24 against Demopolis 5 p.m. and Hale County 6 p.m. in the tri-match. Next up with be another Tri-match on Aug. 26 in an away game against Holy Spirit at 5 p.m. and Sipsey Valley at 6 p.m., then at home on Aug. 31 against JF Sheilds. Scores for Aug. 24 volleyball matches areunavailable at press time. Jr. Varsity Blazer football will play in an away game against Millry on Aug. 31 at 6 p.m., and the game against Holy Spirit has been moved to Sept. 9 at 7 p.m.
The Lady Jags’ Volleyball team are scheduled to play Wilcox Aug. 31 at 4:30 p.m. and Southern Choctaw Sept. 1. This Friday’s game will be the first of the season for the Jags Varsity Football Team against Choctaw County High School then next week they will play West Blocton High School Sept. 3.

UWA Tigers 2021 Football

9/4 6 p.m. Home Morehouse Livingston, Tiger Stadium
9/11 1 p.m. Away Tuskegee Tuskegee, Abbott Memorial Alumni Stadium
9/16 6 Home North American University
9/25 7 p.m. Away Mississippi College Clinton, Miss. Robinson-Hale Stadium
10/2 TBA Away West Georgia Carrollton, Ga. University Stadium
10/9 Noon Away Shorter Rome, Ga. Barron Stadium
10/16 1 p.m. Home Valdosta State Livingston, Tiger Stadium
10/23 4 p.m. Home Delta State Livingston, Tiger Stadium
10/30 1 p.m. Away North Greenville Tigerville, S.C. Younts Stadium
11/6 1 p.m. Home West Florida Livingston, Tiger Stadium
11/13 1 p.m. Home Mississippi College Livingston, Tiger Stadium

AU 2021 Football

Wedgworth named World Champion at rodeo finals in Oklahoma

Local cowboy earns multiple top titles at nine years old
Just two years after entering his first sanctioned rodeo, local cowboy Louis Wedgworth of Livingston has clinched the title of World Champion. This comes just after celebrating multiple state titles won at the Alabama Little Britches Rodeo Association state finals in May.
Wedgworth, nine years old, now holds titles as 2021 National Little Britches Rodeo Association (NLBRA) Little Wrangler (LW) All Around World Champion, 2021 NLBRA LW Flag Racing World Champion, and 2021 NLBRA LW Finals Champion. Competition wrapped Sunday, July, 11, at the NLBRA Finals Rodeo in Guthrie, Oklahoma. Prizes associated with his victories include cash earnings, scholarships, saddles, buckles and other tack.
Wedgworth competes with two horses. Fastback, his bay gelding, competes in flag racing, and Cowboy, his bay pony, competes in pole bending, barrel racing, and goat tail untying. These equine athletes are champions that work hard for Wedgworth every day.
Wedgworth also borrows a grey gelding named Jake from his cowboy friend, Slick Robison, to improve his discipline in the practice pen. Jake has been instrumental in helping Wedgworth prepare for flag racing finals. In the practice pen, Wedgworth also benefits from the expertise of his goat tail untying coach, Heather McLaughlin, a member of the University of West Alabama Tiger Wranglers who finished fifth in the nation in goat tying at the 2021 College National Finals Rodeo in June.
All-around titles are awarded to the rodeo competitor who is most successful in two or more events, and Wedgworth was successful in earning points in all four events. Wedgworth really shined in flag racing while competing in the NLBRA Finals in Guthrie the week of July 5.
Competing in the Little Wranglers class, Wedgworth won the world title in flag racing, a timed event in which Wedgworth and his horse, Fastback, race to place flags in and out of buckets placed on barrels at the far end of the arena. Wedgworth’s first run was 8.385 seconds in the first round, and he only got faster over the course of the week. His final run in the short round was the fastest recorded time at finals of his age class of 7.737 seconds. Wedgworth finished the event with 1,092 points, an impressive 72 more than his nearest competitor, who was named reserve champion. In the all-around, Wedgworth finished the season with 2,848 points.
Wedgworth is the son of Evan and J.J. Wedgworth of Livingston, and the grandson of Bruce and Cindy Cook of Livingston, and Donnie and Karen Wedgworth of Greensboro. Outside of rodeo, he loves to fish, play baseball, and spend time with his family, friends and his three dogs, Haze, Shine and Spur.

Jazmin Mitchell Free Basketball Camp 2021
Sumter Centra Coach and York Councilman Jazmin Mitchell will be holding a free basketball camp for boys and girls ages 5-18. July 23-24 at Sumter Central Gym. Free lunch will be served. Must sign and complete waiver.

UWA Football Schedule 2021

  • dates subject to change
    Sep 4 (Sat) 6 p.m. vs Morehouse Family Day Livingston, Ala. Tiger Stadium*
    Sep 11 (Sat) 1 p.m. at Tuskegee Tuskegee, Ala. Abbott Memorial Alumni Stadium
    Sep 16 (Thu) 6:00 p.m. North American University Livingston, Ala. Tiger Stadium
    Sep 25 (Sat) 7 p.m. GSC at Mississippi College Clinton, Miss. Robinson-Hale Stadium
    Oct 2 (Sat) TBA GSC at West Georgia Carrollton, Ga. University Stadium
    Oct 9 (Sat) Noon GSC at Shorter Rome, Ga. Barron Stadium
    Oct 16 (Sat) 1 p.m. G SC vs Valdosta State Hall Of Fame Day Livingston, Ala. Tiger Stadium
    Oct 23 (Sat) 4 p.m. GSC vs Delta State Homecoming Livingston, Ala. Tiger Stadium
    Oct 30 (Sat) 1 p.m. GSC at North Greenville Tigerville, S. C. Younts Stadium
    Nov 6 (Sat) 1 p.m. GSC vs West Florida Livingston, Ala. Tiger Stadium
    Nov 13 (Sat) 1 p.m. GSC vs Mississippi College Livingston, Ala. Tiger Stadium

Marcus Campbell Future All Star Basketball Camp Delayed
The Marcus Campbell Future All Star Basketball Camp has been delayed for a later date. Com. Marcus Campbell annually puts on a free basketball camp for Sumter County youth and said, “God willing, it will return, possibly next year or before basketball season. This year I just want to make sure to keep our kids safe.”

Blazers girls tennis win over Northridge; baseball over Sweetwater

By Kasey DeCastra, SCRJ Community News Editor
JV Blazers girls tennis team won 6-3 over Northridge on March 4 and fell on March 9 to Demopolis, 3-6.
The teams play Demopolis again March 11 and Hillcrest again on March 22. UCS baseball team won over Sweetwater on March 6.
Next games will be March 16 against Clarke County in an away game at 5 p.m. and Demopolis on March 19 at 4 p.m. at home in Livingston.
Blazers softball team fell to Sipsey Valley High School in a double header, 0-17 and 0-15 on March 8. The girls play Sweetwater in the next two gainst on March 12 at 4p.m. at home and March 15 in an away game.

Blazers baseball wins first game in DH against Holy Spirit

By Kasey DeCastra, SCRJ Community News Editor
Blazers baseball won over Holy Spirit in the first game of the double header on Sat., Feb. 27, 15-3. Holy Spirit won the second game 7-6.
Blazers softball fell in double headers with Sipsey Valley Middle School Feb. 22, 0-15, 0-17 and Demopolis on Feb. 25, 1-16, 1-9.
The Blazers golf team won over American Christian Academy, 219 – 164.

Blazers Varsity Basketball teams to play Leroy January 16

By Kasey DeCastra,
SCRJ Community News Editor
Both teams played Linden again on Jan. 12 for the area game in Linden. The Lady Blazers fell 32-61 and the boys lost 23-69.  Blazers are set to play Loroy on Jan. 16 in a non-area game at home in Livingston at 3 p.m. and Keith in a away game on Jan. 26 at 5:30 p.m. for the next area game.

UCS 2021 JV Baseball and Softball Schedule

Schedule subject to change, care of al-max.dragonflyathletics.com
2/11 5 p.m. Baseball JV @ Holy Spirit Catholic School
2/12 4:30 p.m. Softball JV Sipsey Valley Middle School
2/12 6 p.m. Softball JV Sipsey Valley Middle School
2/15 4 p.m. Softball JV @ Demopolis High School
2/15 5:30 p.m. Softball JV @ Demopolis High School
2/16 4 p.m. Baseball JV @ Demopolis High School
2/20 1 p.m. Baseball JV Thomasville High School
2/20 3 p.m. Baseball JV Thomasville High School
2/22 4:30 p.m. Baseball JV Sweet Water High School
2/22 6:30 p.m. Baseball JV Sweet Water High School
2/25 4 p.m. Softball JV @ Demopolis High School
2/25 5 p.m. Softball JV @ Demopolis High School
3/1 5 p.m. Baseball JV @ Thomasville High School
3/1 5:30 p.m. Softball JV @ Thomasville
3/1 7 p.m. Baseball JV @ Thomasville High School
3/5 4:30 p.m. Baseball JV @ Sweet Water High School
3/5 6:30 p.m. Baseball JV @ Sweet Water High School
3/6 11 a.m. Baseball JV Clarke County High School
3/6 1 p.m. Baseball JV Clarke County High School
3/11 4 p.m. Baseball JV @ Jackson High School
3/11 6 p.m. Baseball JV @ Jackson High School
3/12 4 p.m. Softball JV @ Sweet Water High School
3/12 5:30 p.m. Softball JV @ Sweet Water High School
3/15 4 p.m. Softball JV Sweet Water High School
3/15 5:30 p.m. Softball JV Sweet Water High School
3/16 5 p.m. Baseball JV @ Clarke County High School
3/19 4 p.m. Baseball JV Demopolis High School
3/19 4 p.m. Baseball JV Demopolis High School
3/19 6 p.m. Baseball JV Demopolis High School
3/19 6 p.m. Baseball JV Demopolis High School
4/5 5 p.m. Baseball JV Holy Spirit Catholic School
4/5 5 p.m. Softball JV Thomasville Middle School
4/10 12 a.m. Softball JV @ Sweet Water High School
4/15 5 p.m. Baseball JV @ Millry High School
4/15 7 p.m. Baseball JV @ Millry High School

Blazers varsity basketball to play Hale County

UCS varsity basketball will play Hale County the next two games. The teams will play on Nov. 30 in Moundville, with games starting at 5 p.m., and then on Dec. 3 in Livingston.

Blazers JV basketball starts off with a win

By Kasey DeCastra,
SCRJ Community News Editor

The Lady Blazers volleyball team fell to Pleasant Home (11-3) 3, University Charter School (7-4) 0 (25-9, 25-5, 25-6) on Wednesday, Oct. 21.
The JV teams started basketball season on Mon., Oct. 26 in away games at Duncanville Middle School with a win for the boys team,16-12. The girls lost to Duncanville, 3-0. The boys JV basketball fell to American Christian Academy Oct. 29, 48-9.
Games against Duncanville Middle School on Nov. 5 were cancelled. The next games are scheduled for Nov. 9 against Robert Brown Middle School and Nov. 10 against Leroy High School.

Updated UCS Basketball schedule

Blazers JV Basketball starts off the season against Duncanville Middle School with a win

By Kasey DeCastra,
SCRJ Community News Editor
The Lady Blazers Volleyball team fell to Pleasant Home (11-3) 3, University Charter School (7-4) 0 (25-9, 25-5, 25-6) on Wednesday, Oct. 21.
The JV teams started Basketball season on Mon., Oct. 26 in away games at Duncanville Middle School with a win for the boys team. The girls lost to Duncanville. Scores unavailable at press time. Boys JV Basketball will play against American Christian Academy this Thursday, Oct. 29 at 4:30 p.m. and the girls JV team will play Holy Spirit Catholic School at 6 p.m. Both teams play Duncanville Middle School again on Nov. 5.

Blazers Volleyball head to state

By Kasey DeCastra, SCRJ Community News Editor
On October 17, University Charter School volleyball (7-3) won over McKenzie (2-8) 3-1 (23-25, 25-23, 25-16, 25-20). The Blazers played Wed., Oct. 21 in the state Regionals versus Pleasant Home. Scores were unavailable as of press time.
Mon., Oct. 19 Blazers football defeated Demopolis Middle School 12-6.
Basketball starts next week with the first game against Duncanville Middle School on Oct. 26 in away games for both the girls and boys middle school teams.

UCS 2020-21 Basketball Schedule

10/26 4:30 p.m. Women’s Basketball Middle School & 6 p.m. Men’s Basketball Middle School @ Duncanville Middle School
10/29 5 p.m. Men’s Basketball vs. Middle School American Christian Academy Home; 6 p.m. Women’s Basketball Middle School @ Holy Spirit Catholic School
11/5 4:30 p.m. Women’s Basketball & 6 p.m. Men’s Basketball Middle School vs. Duncanville Middle School Home
11/9 5:30 p.m. Women’s Basketball Middle School & 6:30 p.m. Men’s Basketball Middle School vs. Robert Brown Middle School Home
11/10 5:30 p.m. Men’s Basketball Middle School vs. Leroy High School Home
11/13 5 p.m. Women’s Basketball Varsity & 7 p.m. Men’s Basketball Varsity @ Hale County High School
11/16 5:30 p.m. Women’s Basketball Middle School & 7 p.m. Men’s Basketball Middle School @ Robert Brown Middle School
12/3 5 p.m. Women’s Basketball Varsity & 7 p.m. Men’s Basketball Varsity vs. Hale County High School Home
12/8 5:30 p.m. Women’s Basketball Varsity & 7 p.m. Men’s Basketball Varsity vs. Keith High School Home
12/11 5 p.m. Women’s Basketball Varsity & 7 p.m. Men’s Basketball Varsity @ Marengo High School
12/14 5 p.m. Women’s Basketball Varsity & 7 p.m. Men’s Basketball Varsity @ Choctaw County High School
12/18 5 p.m. Women’s Basketball Varsity & 7 p.m. Men’s Basketball Varsity vs. Marengo High School Home
12/21 5 p.m. Women’s Basketball Varsity & 7 p.m. Men’s Basketball Varsity vs. Millry High School Home
12/31 5:30 p.m. Women’s Basketball Varsity & 7 p.m. Men’s Basketball Varsity @ A. L. Johnson High School
1/4 5 p.m. Women’s Basketball Varsity & 7 p.m. Men’s Basketball Varsity vs. Linden High School Home
1/8 5 p.m. Women’s Basketball Varsity & 7 p.m. Men’s Basketball Varsity @ R. C. Hatch High School
1/12 5 p.m. Women’s Basketball Varsity & 7 p.m. Men’s Basketball Varsity @ Linden High School
1/16 3 p.m. Women’s Basketball Varsity & 5 p.m. Men’s Basketball Varsity vs. Leroy High School
1/19 5:30 p.m. Women’s Basketball Varsity & 7 p.m. Men’s Basketball Varsity vs. A.L. Johnson High School
1/26 6 p.m. Women’s Basketball Varsity & 7 p.m. Men’s Basketball Varsity @ Keith High School
1/30 2 p.m. Women’s Basketball Varsity & 3:30 p.m. Men’s Basketball Varsity @ Leroy High School
2/1 5 p.m. Women’s Basketball Varsity & 7 p.m. Men’s Basketball Varsity @ Millry High School
2/2 5 p.m. Women’s Basketball Varsity & 7 p.m. Men’s Basketball Varsity vs. R. C. Hatch High School Home
Dates and times are subject to change.

Blazers are Area 5 Volleyball Tournament Champions

By Kasey DeCastra,
SCRJ Community News Editor
University Charter School hosted the volleyball playoff for Area 5 on Tues., Oct. 13 and won 3-2 over Keith.
UCS Blazers fell to Sweetwater on Mon., Oct. 12, 6-28. They play Demopolis Middle School next week. Demopolis played Wilson Hall Middle School on Oct. 13.

Blazer volleyball to host area tournament Oct. 13th

By Kasey DeCastra,
SCRJ Community News Editor

University Charter School will host the area volleyball tournament next week. The girls won against Keith High School, 3-0, Oct. 6. The Blazers fell to Linden on Sept. 25, and Demopolis on Sept. 29, with both games scores 0-3. Oct. 1 the Blazers came back with a win over Linden High School, 3 – 2.
Blazers football are scheduled to play Sweet Water Oct. 12 in an away game and Demopolis Middle School on Oct. 19 at home.
Scores care of al-max.dragonflyathletics.com

UCS CC two top 15 finishes out of over 80 racers this weekend

“Cross-Country represented UCS again this weekend with two top 15 finishes out of over 80 racers! UCS is proud of you!” @universitycharterschool

Blazers volleyball wins second district playoff

By Kasey DeCastra,
SCRJ Community News Editor
The Blazers one again took out the competition, this time against Linden, 25, 25, 26 to 14, 20, 24 on Sept. 25. Blazers fell to Demopolis High School on Sept. 29, with scores 15, 16, 10 – 25, 25, 25. Next game scheduled is against Linden High School at 5 p.m.. UCS cross country will run again at the Helena Invitational on Oct. 10 and football will play Sweet Water in an away game on Oct. 12.

First area game win for Lady Blazers Volleyball Team

By Kasey DeCastra, SCRJ Community News Editor
Univerity Charter School’s Lady Blazers won their first area game against Keith High School 25-12, 25-11, and 25-6.
The girls will play away games at Sweet Water High School and against Demopolis on the 19th, Hale County on the 21st, and will play Demopolis High School sgain n Sept. 29.
The Blazers foorball team fell to Sweet Water High School on Mon., Sept. 14, 38-0. The Blazers will go up against Sweet Water again on Oct. 12. The next two games are home games in Tiger Stadium. On Sept. 21 they battle the Hale County Wildcats again and on Sept. 28 Clarke County. Games are at 6 p.m.
Scores care of dragonflyathletics.com

Lady Blazers win over Thomasville in volleyball

UCS Volleyball reported on their Facebook page a win over Thomasville last Tuesday, Sept.1; scores were 25,25 and 17, 20.
The Blazers fell to the Wildcats JV team on Tuesday, 52-0. “It was a great night for a Wildcat shutout! Our Jr High team defeated University Charter School 52-0! Way to go Coach Laird and boys!,” said Hale County Middle School’s Facebook page. @HaleCountyMS UCS football fell to Bibb County 6-42 on Aug. 26.
Lady Blazers volleyball will play Keith High School on Sept. 10 at 4 p.m. and Thomasville Middle School on Sept. 16. Blazers football team will play Sweet Water High School on the 14th at 6 p.m.
Scores care of https://al-max.dragonflyathletics.com

UCS Football, Volleyball and Cross Country Schedules

Football
Tues., Aug. 25 Bibb County Away (rescheduled to Wed., Aug. 26 due to weather.
Tues., Sept. 1 Hale County Away 6 p.m.
Tues., Sept. 8 Clark County Away 6 p.m.
Mon., Sept. 14 Sweet Water Home
Mon., Sept. 28 Clark County Home
Mon., Oct. 12 Sweet Water Away
Mon., Oct. 19 Demopolis Home
Volleyball
9/1 Hale County Home
9/10 Keith HS Home
9/17 Linden Home
9/21 Hale County Away
9/29 Demopolis Home
10/1 Linden Away
10/6 Keith Away
10/16 Area Tournament
10/21 Area Tournament
10/24-26 Super Regional
10/20-31 State Tournament
Cross Country
9/12 Montgomery Academy Inv., Grady
9/19 TCBY Inv., Tuscaloosa
9/26 Spain Park Twighliught, Hoover
10/10 Helena Inv., Helna
10/17 St. Bernard Oktoberfest Inv., Cullman
10/23 Spain Park Classic, Hoover
11/5 1A/2A Sectionals, Cullman

Fall sports cancelled for Sumter Central

Public school officials in Greene and Sumter counties announced Monday, July 27 that they were canceling their fall sports seasons, affecting football, volleyball, and cross country.

Class 4A Girls’ Semifinals Deshler 64, Sumter Central 52

Deshler’s Lady Tigers sank 11 3-point goals Tuesday night the Class 4A semifinals en route to a 64-52 victory over Sumter Central in the 98th AHSAA State Basketball Championships at the BJCC Legacy Arena.
The Tigers (24-10) clinched a berth in the Class 4A girls’ finals Friday at 4 p.m. at Legacy Arena to face Anniston (28-3).
Hannah Collinsworth sank 4-of-11 3-point attempts to finish with 17 points. Katie Brooke Clemmons was nailed 4-of-5 shots from behind the 3-point arc and had 14 points. Senior point guard Shamri Thirlkill also had 17 points, four assists and three steals for Coach Jana Killen’s squad. The semifinal victory was the 785th of her high school coaching career. She carries a 785-201 record into Friday’s finals and six state championships including four in a row from 2003-2006 and back-to-back 4A crowns in 2015 and 2016. The Tigers have seven state titles overall with their first coming in 1985.
Akilah Crook had eight rebounds for Deshler, which lost the rebound battle to Sumter Central 49-36.
Chardai Watkins’s 21 points, five rebounds, three assists and three steals led the Jaguars (14-8), coached by Tinnie Hall. Ladasia Giles added 15 points and seven rebounds. Jayla Griffin and Jakerria Rogers had big games on the boards with 12 and 11 rebounds, respectively.
All semifinal and championship games in the 2020 AHSAA State Tourney are being live-streamed over the NFHS Network’s subscriber-based platform and are also being shown over the AHSAA TV Network’s group of cable affiliates in Alabama. WOTM TV is producing all games and the AHSAA Radio Network is handling announcing duties for radio and TV during the semifinals.
All cable systems in Alabama have a chance to take the broadcast feed for all the games free of charge. If your local cable company is not televising the games, please contact them and ask them to join the AHSAA TV Network.
98th AHSAA STATE BASKETBALL CHAMPIONSHIPS
Tuesday’s Results
Class 3A Girls Semifinals
Pisgah (30-3) 72, Pike Road (28-5) 58
T.R. Miller (28-1) 50, Lauderdale County (29-6) 44
3A Girls Finals
Pisgah (30-3) vs. T.R. Miller (28-1), Friday, 12:30 p.m.
Class 3A Boys Semifinals
Pike County (23-6) 52, Hanceville (18-13) 42
Lauderdale County (26-7) 63, Hale County (18-11) 41
3A Boys Finals
Pike County (23-6) vs. Lauderdale County (26-7), Friday, 2:15 p.m.
Class 4A Girls Semifinals
Anniston (28-3) 50, Childersburg (31-5) 42
Deshler (24-10) 64, Sumter Central (14-8) 52
4A Girls Finals
Anniston (28-3) vs. Deshler (24-10), Friday, 4 p.m.
Class 4A Boys Semifinals
Talladega (26-6) 64, Montgomery Catholic (30-5) 57

Lady Jaguars move on to play Greensboro Lady Raiders Thursday

Sumter Central girls will play Greensboro in the Area 6 match up on Thursday after Tuesday’s win over UMS-Wright, 46-39, in the Class 4A Southwest Regional Semifinals. LaDasia Giles scored two 3 point shots to win the game. Jayla Griffin scored 1 points and 10 rebounds. Jada Watkins scored 11 rebounds.

Jaguars fall to Lions, 69-60

“Great season Jags! The Boys Sumter Central Jaguar’s run in the state tournament came to an end in the Regional Semi-finals after a 69 – 60 loss to the Williamson Lions at the Dunn Oliver Acadome in today. After winning its area championship 78-73 over the Dallas County Hornets and fending off American Christian Academy with a 81 – 58 win in the subregional, SCHS came up short against the Lions.” @SumterCentral

Jag’s Varsity boys basketball win twice against Aliceville

By Kasey DeCastra, SCRJ Community News Editor Coaches and statisticians, need to send in scores or schedule changes? Email Rickitta Martin, Sports Editor, at scrjmedia@yahoo.com.
The Sumter Central Varsity boys fell to Sparkman High won over Aliceville on Dec. 6, 63-56, and against against Aliceville on Dec. 10,57-46. The Jags play away at Paul Bryant in Tuscaloosa on Dec. 13, at Demopolis on Dec. 14, away at the Lake City Classic on Dec. 20-21, away at the Paul Bryant Holiday Tournament on Dec. 26 and at Greene Co. High on Jan. 2.
The Lady Jags won 69-34 on Dec. 6 against Aliceville, but fell to Aliceville on Dec. 10, 35-42. The Lady Jags away at Paul Bryant in Tuscaloosa on Dec. 13, at Demopolis on Dec. 14, at the BallN Holiday Tournament Dec. 26-28, and at Greene Co. High on Jan. 2.
The Lady Blazers fell to Demopolis at home on Dec. 9, 26-58. Univeristy Charter School will play away games against Choctaw County on Dec. 13, Demopolis on Dec. 16 in a away game and then again against American Christian Academy on Jan. 3.
Kinterbish Tigers boys team won on Dec. 5, 46-24, against York West End. Kinterbish will play Robert Brown Middle at home on Dec. 17 and away on Jan. 7.
The York West End Lady Braves won on Dec. 5, 22-21, against Kinterbish. Livingston will host the Dec. 12 games.

Livingston Boys win over Kinterbish, Kinterbish girls win over Livingston, and UCS girls win over Pickens Co.

By Kasey DeCastra, SCRJ Community News Editor Coaches and statisticians, need to send in scores or schedule changes? Email Rickitta Martin, Sports Editor, at scrjmedia@yahoo.com.
Sumter Central Varsity boys fell to Sparkman High on Nov. 26, 54-76. The Jags will play at home against against Meridian on Dec. 7, Aliceville on Dec. 10 and away at Paul Bryant in Tuscaloosa on Dec. 13.
University Charter School Lady Blazers won over Pickens county on Dec. 2, 46-41. The Lady Blazers will play at home against Demopolis on Dec. 9 and at Choctaw County on Dec. 13.
York West End will play Kinterbish on Dec. 5 at home at 5 p.m., Robert Brown Middle on Dec. 9 at 5:30 p.m. and Livingston on Dec. 12 at 5:30 p.m.
Kinterbish Lady Tigers won over Livingston on Dec. 2. Score unavailable at press time. Kinterbish Jr. High School will play York West End on Dec. 14.
Livingston Jr. High School boys won over Kinterbish Dec. 2, 52-30 and will play in the Aliceville Classic on Dec. 7 at 9:30 a.m., against Aliceville Middle School Dec. 9 at 5:30 p.m., and Robert Brown Middle School on Dec. 10 at 5:30 p.m.