BMS basketball teams split at McCall ThursdayPublished 11:43am Monday, November 18, 2013
In their Thursday game at McCall, the Brewton Middle School girls basketball team picked up their third straight win of the season while the boys saw their two-game winning streak snapped.
In the girls game, Brewton topped the McCall Lady Wolves 43-10 to improve to 3-1 this season while the boys lost 44-42 to fall to 2-2 this year.
Brewton will be back in action Thursday at home against Andalusia. Game time is set for 5 p.m.
BMS girls 43, McCall 10
The Brewton Middle School Lady Tigers held McCall to 10 total points Thursday night while pouring 43 of their own to grab a 33-point win. Brewton’s 18 points in the first quarter were eight more than McCall’s entire scoring in the game.
The Lady Tigers outscored McCall 18-3 in the first quarter and the first half after both teams were held scoreless in the second quarter.
In the third quarter, Brewton once again scored in double digits as they posted a 10-6 advantage to increase their lead to 28-9 heading into the fourth quarter.
In the fourth, the Lady Tigers held McCall to one point while chipping in 15 points to get the big win.
Kyla Bell and Karmaiya Jenkins both led with 10 points each while Morgan Longmire had nine points. Malaysia Campbell and Breonna Dees both had four points each while Jaden Miller, Jakyra Spears and Shania Elliott all had two points in the win.
McCall 44, Brewton 42
Down by 14 points at the half and down 13 points heading into the fourth quarter, the Brewton Middle School boys tied the game in the fourth quarter only to fall by two points to McCall.
Brewton fell behind the Wolves 13-9 after the first quarter and 16-6 in the second to face a deficit of 29-15 at the half.
In the third quarter, Brewton edged McCall 10-9 to cut into McCall’s lead by one point, 38-15. In the fourth, despite outscoring the Wolves 17-6, Brewton took the loss by two points.
Joshua Jolly led with 13 points in the loss followed by Michael Campbell’s nine points and Hayden Atkinson’s eight.
Stokes Jennings chipped in seven points while Demonte Jenkins had three and Toby Jenkins had two.