BMS basketball boys, girls win

Published 8:36 pm Monday, December 15, 2008

By By Adam Robinson – sports editor
The Brewton Middle School Lady Tigers improved to 4-3 and the boys improved to 5-2 Tuesday night at home with wins over the McCall Wolves.
The Lady Tigers picked up their third straight win with a 17-7 win over McCall and the boys won 43-26.
BMS Lady Tigers 17, McCall 7
The Lady Tigers of BMS held McCall scoreless in the second and third quarters en route to a 17-7 win Tuesday night.
The Lady Tigers outscored McCall 8-2 in the first quarter and 3-0 in the second quarter to hold an 11-2 lead at the half.
In the third quarter, Brewton outscored McCall 4-0 to hold a 15-2 lead, but was outscored in the fourth quarter 5-2 but won 17-7.
Brewton held McCall without a basket for 16:44 during the first through fourth quarters.
Destanie Burrell led Brewton with seven points in the win. Lauren Bradley and Audrey Hamric followed with four points each and Jasmine Montgomery has two in the win.
BMS boys 43, McCall 26
Mark Bryant and Dominque Jackson both had 10 points apiece to lead Brewton Middle School to a 43-26 win over McCall Tuesday night at home.
Brewton outscored McCall 11-6 in the first quarter and 16-7 in the second quarter to hold a 27-13 lead at the half.
In the third quarter, Brewton held an 8-5 advantage to increase their lead to 35-18.
In the fourth quarter, both teams scored eight points each, but Brewton held on for the win, 43-26.
Allen Miller and Kameron Coleman followed with six points in the win.
BMS girls 21, Jay 11
After only leading 10-6 at the half, the Brewton Middle School Lady Tigers outscored Jay 9-2 in the third quarter to claim 19-8 lead en route to a 21-11 win over the Jay Lady Royals.
Jasmine Montgomery led Brewton with six points and Audrey Hamric finished with four to lead Brewton.
Brewton led 8-4 after the first quarter and after a 2-2 tie in the second quarter, led 10-6 at the half.
After the 9-2 outscoring in the third quarter, Brewton led 19-8. Jay outscored Brewton 3-2 in the fourth quarter, but the damage had already been done as Brewton went on for the win.
BMS girls 22,
Earnest Ward 16
Just like in the boys game, the Brewton Middle School Lady Tigers and Earnest Ward played a tight game Tuesday night.
Both teams scored four points each in the first and second quarters to have an 8-8 tie at the half.
In the third quarter, Brewton outscored Earnest Ward 8-6 to claim a 16-14 lead. But in the fourth quarter, Brewton outscored Earnest Ward 6-2 to claim a 22-16 lead and take the win.
Courtney Carter led Brewton with eight points and Destanie Durrell, Keana Thomas and Lauren Bradley all scored four points in the win.