LAMP 67, St. James 60 (OT)

Micah Boone had 18 points and nine rebounds as the Golden Tigers outlasted the Trojans in overtime in the St. James gym on Tuesday night.

Quinn Sloane also had 18 points for LAMP, followed by Felix McGhee with 10 and Tyler Hoffman with nine points and seven blocked shots. LAMP (4-4) will play BTW Magnet for homecoming on Friday in the LAMP gym.

Bradley Thomas led St. James (1-1) with 19 points, followed by Andrew Sadie with 17. The Trojans travel to Trinity on Friday.

Montgomery Academy 78, Alabama Christian Academy 63

Britton Kohn had 21 points, 13 assists and five rebounds to help the Eagles get back in the win column with a 15-point victory over Alabama Christian on Tuesday.

William Norrell added 13 points, nine rebounds and four steals, followed by Oliver Bear with nine points and five rebounds. William Robertson and Thomas Kirkham each added eight points and seven rebounds.

The Eagles (2-3) travel to Catholic on Friday, while ACA plays host to Horseshoe Bend on Thursday before traveling to Highland Home on Friday.

Evangel Christian 55, Lakeside School 50

EUFAULA -- Tyree Curry and David Werking combined for 32 points to lead the Lions to a road victory over Lakeside on Tuesday.

Curry finished with 16 points, four assists, four steals and four rebounds. Jakolvian Johnson and Jordan Grice controlled the boards by grabbing 12 rebounds and 16 rebounds, respectively. Johnson added seven points and Grice chipped in six points and two blocked shots.

The Lions (9-1) will travel to Restoration on Monday.

Pike Road 56, Elmore County 43

ECLECTIC -- Harrison Wallace scored 15 points to lead the Patriots past Elmore County on Tuesday night.

Shaun Holmes added 14 points for Pike Road (4-1), which has its first home game on Thursday at Patriot Gym against Beauregard.


Montgomery Academy 56, Alabama Christian Academy 18

Madi Caddell had 15 points and Leighton Robertson added 14 as the Eagles cruised to an easy victory at home on Tuesday night.

Millie Stevenson, in her second game of the season, had eight points, followed by Ann Cobern Chapman with seven. The Eagles (4-1) travel to Catholic on Friday.