Wenonah Girls Freshman Basketball

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Kaitlyn Rodgers & Coach Bell Lead Girls All-Metro Team

It’s the primary instinct for every kid when picking up a basketball for the first time — throw it in the basket. Offense is easy, quantifiable. Score and make headlines. Defense requires hard work and discipline with a lots of mental toughness. It’s about desire. Birmingham girls basketball Metro Player of the Year Kaitlyn Rodgers

Wenonah Girls leads season-ending rankings

Seven AHSAA girls state champions were recently crowned, but who’s the best of the best? Class 5A Wenonah tops the final AL.com Power 10 rankings after winning its third straight title with only one loss this season. RELATED: Meet the 14 AHSAA state champs The Dragons edged undefeated LeFlore for the top spot. The rankings are

Coach Bell and Kaitlyn Rodgers in Alabama-Mississippi All-Star Game

Twenty-four seniors have been selected to represent Alabama in the 26th annual Alabama-Mississippi All-Star Basketball Games at Mississippi College at Clinton, Miss., on March 18. The Alabama teams, comprised of 12 senior boys and 12 senior girls, were announced Tuesday by Alvin Briggs, Director of the Alabama High School Athletic Directors & Coaches Association (AHSADCA).

Wenonah Girls 52 – Center Point 38

Girls, Wenonah 52, Center Point 38 :Jayla Morrow recorded 15 points, six steals and five assists, and Alexus Dye added 14 points and 11 rebounds for the Dragons (26-1). Taylor Henderson had 16 points for Center Point.  Complete article

Wenonah Girls 49 – Shades Valley 62

Wenonah suffers first loss Camryn London scored 21 points as Class 6A, unranked Shades Valley defeated 5A No. 1 and previously unbeaten Wenonah 62-49. Wenonah led 28-27 at halftime, but Shades Valley swung momentum by outscoring the Dragons 17-8 in the third quarter. Nadia Cathey added 15 points for the host Mounties (14-7), who knocked

Girls Basketball Power 10: Wenonah rolling with 30 straight wins

Wenonah continued its impressive run of wins on Monday by downing Class 7A third-ranked and defending champion Jeff Davis in MLK action at Faulkner University. The Dragons have beaten two defending champions in the past week after downing Class 6A top-ranked Homewood on Saturday. Wenonah (22-0) heads this week’s AL.com Power 10 girls rankings. The

Wenonah Girls 57 – Jeff Davis 43

3:44 p.m. – FINAL: Wenonah 57, Jeff Davis 43. Wenonah pushes its winning streak to 30 straight games. Dye makes a basket and a free throw. With 3:44 left in the game, Wenonah leads 51-34.Complete article

Wenonah’s girls remain undefeated

Wenonah’s girls remain undefeated, but it wasn’t easy. Kaitlyn Rodgers led Wenonah (21-0) with 20 points and pulled down 11 rebounds, Alexus Dye scored 15 points and Jayla Morrow added 12 points and six assists in Saturday’s 64-58 victory over Homewood. Wenonah is the No. 1-ranked team in Class 5A, and Homewood is the No.

Wenonah girls stay undefeated in ASWA basketball rankings

Class 5A two-time defending girls champion Wenonah is one of two undefeated No. 1 teams in this week’s Alabama Sports Writers Association basketball rankings. The Dragons (20-0) along with AISA top-ranked Springwood (21-0) were impressive over the holiday break, each winning tournaments with notable competition. There were no changes among No. 1 teams in girls

Wenonah Girls 70 – Lake Highland FL 42 @Naples Holiday Shootout

Wenonah 70 – Lake Highland FL 42 Birmingham (AL)-Wenonah beats Lake Highland Prep 70-42 to win National Division at @NHShootout. Wenonah has won 25 straight games. Alexus Dye led Wenonah with 25 points and 10 rebounds, Jayla Morrow added 12 points, eight assist and five steals, Kaitlyn Rodgers had 11 points, 10 rebounds and six blocked shots,