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Wenonah Boys 42 – Hoover 63

Class 7A No. 5 Hoover scored 24 points in the opening quarter of a 63-42 home victory against Wenonah. Dylan Smith led the Bucs (22-6) with 15 points, while Austin Cherry and Shaquille Bracey scored 10 each. Andrew Strickland pulled in 10 rebounds for Hoover. Kameron Hardrick scored 14 points for the Dragons (12-18).  Complete

Wenonah Girls 38 – Hoover 53

Class 7A No. 5 Hoover jumped out to an early lead on Class 5A No. 1 Wenonah and held on for a 53-38 win over the Dragons. Hoover (22-6) smothered the Dragons in the first half, leading 25-8 at halftime and continued on to a 40-22 lead at the end of three quarters. Jailyn Maddox

Few changes among No. 1 ASWA teams rankings

There were only two changes among No. 1 teams in the Alabama Sports Writers Association final regular season basketball rankings. Cordova (17-5) took over the boys top spot in Class 4A while Sunshine (16-2) moved to No. 1 in Class 1A. Cordova won four games in the past week to earn No. 1 after both

Wenonah’s boys struggle through a rebuilding season

Wenonah basketball has been a premium brand in Alabama high school sports for the last four seasons. Coach Cedric Lane’s Dragons were one of the best stories in Alabama high school sports during the first half of this decade. Wenonah won Class 5A state basketball titles in 2011, 2012 and 2013. The Dragons summoned up

Wenonah Girls 69 – Woodlawn 27

Four players combined to score 77 percent of Class 5A No. 1 Wenonah‘s points in a 69-27 win over Woodlawn. Faith Reynolds led the barrage with 16 points, followed by Alexus Dye with 15, Jayla Morrow with 12 and Kourtnie Smith came off the bench to contribute 10 points. The Dragons led 20-9 after one

Wenonah Boys 48 – Woodlawn 71

Javien Williams scored 21 points as Class 6A No. 7 Woodlawn easily beat Wenonah, 71-48. The Colonels (20-6) took an early lead with a 21-12 run in the first quarter and added to the margin with a 22-12 burst in the third. Jaylon Dubose had 14 points for Woodlawn and DeCarlos Wright added 12. Kameron

Wenonah Girls remain No. 1 in ASWA basketball rankings

CLASS 5A 1. Wenonah (23-1) 2. Faith Academy (20-5) 3. Charles Henderson (16-3) 4. Central-Tuscaloosa (23-3) 5. Sylacauga (19-3) 6. Pleasant Grove (19-5) 7. Anniston (18-5) 8. Brewbaker Tech (16-8) 9. Eufaula (16-3) 10. Madison County (16-6) The Huntsville girls are the only state team among MaxPreps national top 100 at No. 36 while Wenonah

Wenonah Boys 40 – Jackson-Olin 69

Nate Bridges sank five 3-pointers and finished with 24 points, leading Jackson-Olin to a 69-40 victory at Wenonah. The Mustangs (15-7) raced to a 43-19 halftime lead. Marquel Harris added 12 points for Jackson-Olin and Dee’Niyjal Scruggs contributed 20 rebounds and 14 blocked shots. Complete article

Wenonah Girls 65 – Jackson-Olin 39

Class 6A No. 1 Wenonah jumped out to a huge first quarter lead and was never threatened in taking a 65-39 win over visiting Jackson-Olin. The Dragons got off to a 21-5 lead after the first quarter and led 60-27 lead after three quarters. Alexus Dye led Wenonah (23-1) with 26 points. Lexius Houzer paced

Wenonah Boys 53 – Sparkman 75

BIRMINGHAM, Alabama — Sparkman senior Thomas Melbert summed up his big game Monday afternoon at the Kings of the Court at Bill Harris Arena the only way he could. His modesty showed, but so did the reality of the matter. “Scoring 31 points is a good game,” he said. “When you score that many, you