BMS basketball splits at Jay Monday

Published 10:18 am Tuesday, November 30, 2010

In their first game back playing in almost two weeks Monday, the Brewton Middle School basketball teams split a road game at Jay.
The Lady Tigers suffered their first loss of the season with a 25-18 loss to the Royals while the boys won 27-17.
With the split, the Lady Tigers dropped their overall record to 6-1 while the boys picked up their fifth win of the season and improved their current win streak to four games as they improved to 5-2.
Both teams were set to be back in action Tuesday as they traveled to W.S. Neal. Brewton Middle School’s teams will be back in action Monday Dec. 6 when they travel to McCall for a 6 p.m. tip for the girls and a 7 p.m. tip for the boys. The teams will conclude their regular season the next day, Tuesday, Dec. 7, at Earnest Ward at 5 p.m. and 6 p.m.

Jay 25, BMS Lady Tigers 18
For the first time this season, the Brewton Middle School Lady Tiger basketball lost as they fell at the hands of Jay 25-18 Monday in Jay.
In the first quarter Monday, Brewton held a 4-3 lead heading into the second quarter. In the second, Jay held Brewton scoreless while scoring six points to take a 9-4 lead in at halftime.
In the third quarter, Brewton was outscored 8-4 to trail by nine points, 17-8, heading into the fourth quarter. In the fourth, the Lady Tigers were able to cut into the Jay lead by two points as they held a 10-8 advantage in the quarter, but lost by seven points, 25-18.
Tempest Thompson led Brewton with nine points and Shakira Nicholson followed with four points. Tikeria Powell added thee points and Mykesia Collins chipped in two points in the loss.

BMS boys 27, Jay 17
While their Lady Tiger teammates dropped their first game of the season, the Brewton Middle School boys basketball team continued on their recent win streak as they downed Jay 27-17 for their fourth straight win and improve to 5-2 this season.
The Tigers of Brewton Middle School led 5-2 after the first quarter of play and after a 7-5 scoring advantage in the second quarter, led at halftime 12-7.
In the third quarter, Brewton outscored Jay 8-6 to take a 20-13 lead into the fourth quarter and in the fourth, outscored Jay 7-4 for the 10-point win.
Brewton had six scorers in the win with Trae Walker leading with nine points and Ronald Young adding five points. Kellyn Winn had four points along with Chris Jones and Chardian Johnson added three points. Jones Manning chipped in two points in the win for the Tigers.