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Wenonah Girls 55 – Collins Hill GA 31

MONTGOMERY, Alabama — Class 5A top-ranked Wenonah sprinted to the first 11 points of the game against Georgia’s Collins Hill and cruised to a 55-31 victory at the the MLK BallN Prep Classic at Faulkner University on Monday. The Dragons (22-1) held the Eagles from Suwanee, Ga., scoreless for almost four minutes, using a full-court

MLK Girls & Boys Basketball Classics

MLK Classic @Bill Harris-Crossplex Arena (Wenonah Boys) Foley vs. Woodlawn, 11:30 a.m. Bessemer City vs. Baker, 1 p.m. Wenonah vs. Sparkman, 2:30 p.m. Cornerstone School vs. Sunshine, 4 p.m. Center Point vs. Leeds, 5:30 p.m. Shades Valley vs. Pelham, 7 p.m. Wenonah Girls  MONTGOMERY: MLK BallN Prep Classic @Faulkner Univ Greenville vs. Park Crossing, 10 a.m.

Wenonah Girls 67 – St Francis GA 61

Alexus Dye and Kaitlyn Rodgers both scored 16 points to lead Class 5A No. 1 Wenonah to a 67-61 overtime victory over St Francis (Ga.) at the Krossover Classic in Lawrenceville, Ga. Dye led the team with 13 rebounds and Rodgers grabbed 10. Faith Reynolds put in 15 points for the Dragons (21-1). Jayla Morrow

Auburn gets commitment from Wenonah Quinnen Williams

Google the name Quinnen Williams. You won’t find the Wenonah junior lineman on any recruiting pages. A Hudl page with his 2014 season highlights will show up. Yet that doesn’t mean he isn’t a player. His name will show up on the list of the Class of 2016 commitments at Auburn before it does on

Wenonah Girls 64 – Hoover 51

Alexus Dye scored 25 points and also pulled down eight rebounds for Class 5A No. 1 Wenonah as the Dragons defended their home court with a 64-51 victory over Class 7A No. 6 Hoover. Faith Reynolds added 16 points and Jayla Morrow scored 13 for Wenonah (20-1). The Dragons, already ahead 41-34, scored 23 points

Wenonah Boys 61 – Hoover 69

Dylan Smith scored 20 points to lead Class 7A No. 8 Hoover over host Wenonah 69-61. Leonard Wood also added 16 points and six rebounds while Austin Cherry had 15 points and six rebounds for the Bucs (16-6). Quinton Gates also tied for the game-high 20 points to lead Wenonah (10-13), with Kameron Hardrick adding

Wenonah Girls remain No. 1 in ASWA basketball rankings

Wenonah’s Kaitlyn Rodgers in a BallN Powher Prep game. 1. Wenonah (19-1) 2. Faith Academy (16-5) 3. Charles Henderson (14-3) 4. Central-Tuscaloosa (21-3) 5. Sylacauga (17-3) 6. Pleasant Grove (17-5) 7. Anniston (13-5) 8. Lawrence County (15-5) 9. Madison County (16-5) 10. Brewbaker Tech (13-8) Two-time Class 6A defending champion Mountain Brook lost its Class

Wenonah Girls 61 – Midfield 37

Jayla Morrow scored 18 points and had 10 steals to lead Class 5A No. 1 Wenonah over host Midfield 61-37. Faith Reynolds added 15 points and seven steals while Alexus Dye had 11 points and seven rebounds for the Dragons (19-1). Dionnika Moore and Amaya Fluker led Midfield (6-18) with 12 and 11 points, respectively. 

Wenonah Boys 46 – Midfield 74

Corey Davis scored 14 points to go with seven rebounds to lead Class 3A No. 2 Midfield to a 74-47 win against visiting Wenonah. Joseph Murry added 13 points, 10 rebounds and six assists for the Patriots (13-10), who outscored the visitors 38-22 in the second half. Ahmad Isaac contributed 10 points and seven rebounds

Wenonah Girls 67 – Fairfield 29

Faith Reynolds scored 19 points and also had nine steals for Class 5A No. 1 Wenonah in the Dragons’ 67-29 win at Fairfield. Jayla Morrow added 14 points to go with five steals and five assists for Wenonah (18-1, 5-0 Area 9), which opened the game on an 18-4 run. Tywanna English finished with 10