WSN teams fall

Published 5:27 pm Wednesday, January 27, 2010

By Staff
From staff reports
The W.S. Neal High School Eagle basketball teams ended their area schedules with a loss Friday night in Mobile at B.C. Rain to remain winless in the area standings.
The varsity Eagles and Lady Eagles finished 0-6 in the area Friday night with a 72-52 and a 51-47 loss respectively.
The loss for the varsity Eagles was their third straight loss and dropped them to 12-10 overall while the loss for the Lady Eagles was their fourth straight loss as they dropped to 8-11 overall.
The B-team Eagles suffered their seventh straight loss with a 100-42 loss to the Red Raiders to fall to 4-12 overall.
All three Eagle teams were set to take on J.U. Blacksher at home on Tuesday in their first home game since Jan. 8.
The Eagles will have their final home game on Friday when they take on Flomaton at 4:30 p.m. in East Brewton.
B.C. Rain 100,
W.S. Neal Eagle B-team 42
With only five players for the W.S. Neal B-team Eagles making the trip Friday night, W.S. Neal fell to B.C. Rain by 58 points to lose their seventh straight game.
B.C. Rain outscored the Eagles 22-10 in the first quarter and 23-15 in the second quarter to claim a 45-25, 20-point lead at the half.
In the third quarter, B.C. Rain extended their lead by 14 points after a 21-7 advantage in the quarter to hold a 66-32 lead heading into the fourth quarter.
In the fourth quarter, B.C. Rain outscored the Eagles 34-10 to break the three-digit mark and win by 58 points.
Jaquan Tucker led the Eagles with 21 points and Percy Travis, Jaleel Elliott, and Damion Williams added seven points each in the loss.
B.C. Rain 51,
W.S. Neal Lady Eagles 47
In another close area game loss for the W.S. Neal Lady Eagles, W.S. Neal lost by four points to B.C. Rain to qualify as the No. 4 seed in the area tournament.
The loss dropped the Lady Eagles to 8-11 and 0-6 in the area standings with their fourth straight loss.
Roberts said his team finished the game 20-for-39 from the free-throw line, and B.C. Rain was 13-for-20.
Freida Folmar finished with 20 points in the loss and Keyvonnia Kyles had 17 points.
B.C. Rain 72,
W.S. Neal Eagles 52
Despite having nine players score at least three points or more, the Eagles  dropped a 72-52 loss at the hands of the B.C. Rain Red Raiders Friday night in Mobile.
W.S. Neal trailed 13-7 after the first quarter and 29-16 at halftime following a 16-9 advantage for B.C. Rain in the second quarter.
Both teams had 18 points each in the third quarter as the game went into the fourth quarter with the Red Raiders on top 47-34.
In the fourth quarter, B.C. Rain outscored the Eagles 25-18 to take the win by 20 points.
Sam Ewing led the Eagles with 11 points and Bob Elliott chipped in eight points along with Rashad Crook.
Jeremy Alexander and T.J. Davis both had give points each and Jeremy Nicholson, Ashton Elliott, and Tra Dixon poured in four points each in the loss.
Monterrius Culliver added three points for the Eagles.