Monroe County gets wins over TRM teams Monday

Published 10:55am Tuesday, January 15, 2013

In a battle of the Tigers Monday night in Brewton, the visiting Monroe County High School Tigers roared their way to a three-game sweep of the T.R. Miller Tigers.
The T.R. Miller B-team dropped their third straight game to fall to 2-5 this season with a 32-21 loss. The Lady Tigers of T.R. Miller fell to 3-12 overall with a 42-31 loss to Monroe County while the T.R. Miller varsity Tigers fell to 2-10 with a 71-45 loss.
T.R. Miller will host Cottage Hill in an area game Friday at 4:30 p.m.

MCHS 32, TRM B-team 21
Monroe County used a 10-0 run over the span of the second and third quarters and a 15-0 run in the fourth to seal a 32-21 win over the T.R. Miller B-team.
T.R. Miller led 5-3 after one quarter and 9-8 at the half. In the second half, Monroe County started the quarter on a 7-0 run to take a 17-16 lead into the fourth.
Trailing by one, Monroe County then went on a 15-0 run to take a 32-16 lead with 1:41 left in the game. Monroe County would go on and outscore T.R. Miller 15-5 in the fourth to get the win by 11.
Marcus Paul led T.R. Miller in the loss with six points. Austin Holmes added five points and Markail Mitchell finished with three points. Michael Woods, Trin Miller and Joshua Jolly had two points.
Alex Daugherty chipped in one point in the loss.

MCHS 42, TRM Lady Tigers 31
Despite 16 points from Lateysia Montgomery, the T.R. Miller Lady Tigers suffered a 42-31 loss to Monroe County Tuesday.
Monroe County jumped out to an early 8-0 lead and led T.R. Miller 14-7 after one quarter. The Lady Tigers were held to only one point in the second quarter as Monroe County increased their lead to 19-8 at the half.
In the third, T.R. Miller was outscored 9-8 to trail 28-16 heading into the fourth quarter. The Lady Tigers ended the game on a 15-14 run, but took the loss by 11.
Along with Montgomery’s 16 points, O’Nesha Hall added six points and Emonea Curry finished with five points. Shae Nicholson and Mekia Williams both had two points each.

MCHS 71, TRM varsity 45
Other than a 2-0 lead 19 seconds into the game for the T.R. Miller varsity Tigers, it was all Monroe County Monday night in Brewton as the visiting Tigers cruised to a 71-45 win.
Monroeville used a 13-0 run and an 8-0 run in the first quarter to roll to a 28-16 lead after one quarter.
Monroeville then used a 13-0 run in the second quarter to take a 48-20 lead over T.R. Miller at the half.
T.R. Miller would hold a 14-10 scoring advantage in the third quarter, but was outscored 13-11 in the fourth to get the win by 26 points.
David Barragan led with 17 points in the loss while Chardian Johnson added five points. Four Tigers finished with four points each.

Bayside takes two from TRM:
Friday on the road at Bayside, the T.R. Miller Lady Tigers and varsity Tigers took defeats from the Admirals. There was no B-team games.
The Lady Tigers took a 37-21 loss to Bayside to fall to 3-11 overall and to 2-2 in area play. In varsity action, the Tigers lost 47-37 to fall to 2-10 overall and to 1-3 in area play.
The T.R. Miller Lady Tigers led Bayside 10-2 after one quarter but saw their lead vanish after Bayside shut them out in the second quarter 8-0 to tie the game at 10-all at the half.
In the third, Bayside outscored T.R. Miller 9-5 in the third and 18-6 in the fourth quarter to take the loss by 16.
Montgomery led with 14 points and Nicholson finished with five. Williams added two points.
In the boys game, T.R. Miller led 9-7 after one quarter, but was outscored 16-7 in the second to trail 23-16 at the half.
Following a 13-7 advantage for Bayside in the third quarter, the Admirals took a 36-23 lead into the fourth. T.R. Miller put together a late rally in the fourth as they outscored Bayside 14-11, but it was not enough as the Tigers took the loss by 10.
David Barragan led T.R. Miller with 12 points while Trae Walker added 11. Chardian Johnson finished with seven points. Caleb Hubbard, Jalen Jones and Caden Lodge all had two points while Kellyn Winn had one.

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