Prep basketball roundup: Alexandria sweeps; Clay Central boys, Cleburne County girls win Tri-County
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Dakota Kelley scored 16 points as Alexandria High’s boys basketball team scored a 76-33 win over Ohatchee on Friday night.

C.J. Swink added 10 points for the Valley Cubs (12-5).

For Ohatchee, Dillon Parker had 22 points.

Faith Christian 53, Pleasant Valley 35: Josiah McDaniel led the winners with 12 points. Jordan Griswould pitched in 10 points, and Ed Williamson had eight points and five rebounds.

Trey Phillips led Pleasant Valley with 14 points, and Dustin Andrews had eight.

Clay Central 65, Ranburne 60: In the Tri-County Tournament finals, Deandre Wills had 18 points to lead the way for Clay Central (8-7) in the finals.

Lamonyn Burney had 15, and Jaylon Liles and Jo Jo Staples each contributed 12.

For Ranburne, Owent Smith scored 14, while Mark David Smith and Dylan Wiggins each scored 11 points.

Girls

Alexandria 41, Ohatchee 30: Kaitlyn Brown’s 13 points helped lift Alexandria (7-13), while Timberlyn Shurbutt had 10 points, seven rebounds and four steals.

Morgan Lee’s 19 points led Ohatchee.

Pleasant Valley 42, Faith Christian 35: Tiffany Williams scored 16 points for Pleasant Valley. Bailey Turner added eight points and 14 rebounds.

For host Faith Christian, Madison Stephens had 17 points, and Jasmyne Groce added 11 points and 10 rebounds.

Cleburne County 48, Ranburne 42: In the Tri-County Tournament finals, Toni Epps had 17 points for the winners, while Shawntavia Boyd pitched in 12. Kaitlynn Zeiders added eight.

For Ranburne (14-7), Indiana Morgan led the way with 13 points. Jesse Ralston added 11 points, and Hali Wilson pitched in eight.

Alyssa Smith had a team-high 13 rebounds to go with five points.

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