Prep basketball roundup: Frazier's basket lifts Anniston boys
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Qua Frazier hit a basket with two seconds left to lift Anniston High to a 62-60 boys basketball win over Sylacauga on Friday night.

Quin Jackson paced Anniston with 26 points, while Frazier had 15 points, eight rebounds and 10 assists. Quint Dobbins pitched in 10 points.

For Sylacauga, Kadeem Jackson had 16 points, while Jaylon McGhee added 13. Duncan Nix scored 11 points, and Rodney Gilbert contributed 10.

Anniston (3-2) will play again Tuesday at home against Lincoln.

Faith Christian 65, Jacksonville Academy 49: Ryan Crosby scored 19 points to pace Faith Christian. Josiah McDaniel contributed 16 points and nine rebounds.

For JCA, Daylon Brackett had 19 points, and Alex Jones contributed 14.

Faith Christian (2-5) will play Monday at Wellborn.

Etowah 73, Jacksonville 50: Denzel Aaron led Etowah with 17 points.

Jacksonville (3-2) will play at home Tuesday against Hokes Bluff.


Sylacauga 52, Anniston 47:
Shakayla Thomas scored 31 points as Sylacauga scored a win.

Quanetria Bolton led Anniston with 22 points, 15 rebounds and four blocks. Marticia Jackson added nine points and rebounds. Kiyana Bullock had six points and 12 rebounds.

Anniston (3-2) is set for a Tuesday game at home against Lincoln.

Faith Christian 48, Jacksonville Christian 44: At Jacksonville, Faith Christian improved to 3-5, including 2-1 in Class 1A, Area 12, withstanding a fourth quarter push by Jacksonville Christian.

The Lions led 24-16 at halftime and 38-31 after three quarters. Junior Jasmyne Groce had a double-double for Faith, 12 points and 12 rebounds. Madison Stephens scored 20 points for the winners.

Sarah Crook led JCA with 12 points. Elysabeth Morales scored 10 points for the Thunder.

Faith will play at Wellborn on Monday.

Jacksonville 65, Etowah 47: Angel Kidd led Jacksonville with 29 points, while Virginia Poe pitched in 20.

The Golden Eagles will play again Tuesday at home against Hokes Bluff.

For Etowah, Maelin Trammell had 14 points.
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