WSN basketball: Eagles sweep Satsuma to claim area wins
Published 9:01 am Monday, January 19, 2015
From staff reports
The W.S. Neal Eagle basketball teams capped off their six-game home stand with a sweep of the Satsuma Gators Friday night in East Brewton.
The B-team Eagles and varsity Eagles picked up their third straight win while the Lady Eagles claimed their first area win.
In B-team action, W.S. Neal won 31-20 to move to 4-8 overall.
De’Ron Smith led in the win with nine points while Kenny Walker had eight. Matthew Brown finished with six points, Ricky Samuel had four, Tyrese Anderson had two and Josh McMillan had two points.
WSN varsity 79, Satsuma 28
In varsity action, WSN cruised to a 51-point win over the Gators to move to 10-8 overall and to 2-0 in area play.
TyShawn Davis led the Eagles of East Brewton with 19 points, five rebounds, nine assists and two steals.
Troy Lewis added 13 points, six rebounds, three assists and three steals for the Eagles while Andre Womack chipped in 13 points, six rebounds, one assist and had four steals.
DJ Hodges and Treylon Watson also finished with double figures in the win.
Hodges added 12 points and 10 rebounds to finish with a double-double while Watson had 12 points, three rebounds, six assists and five steals.
Darius Tolbert added six points and eight rebounds for the Eagles, Jacolby Hawthore had five points, JT Gantts had two rebounds, Brad Martin had two rebounds and one assist, and Dalton Shell had one rebound and one assist.
With their 10th win this season in their 18th game, WSN is five wins from tying the Eagles’ combined total amount of wins in the last four seasons.
WSN Lady Eagles 51, Satsuma 34
KeKe Floyd poured in 23 points to lead WSN’s Lady Eagles to a 51-34 win over Satsuma Friday night. Floyd added five rebounds, three assists, three steals and on block in the win for the Lady Eagles in the 17-point win.
WSN led Satsuma 10-8 after one quarter and 25-18 at the half after holding a 15-10 advantage in the second quarter.
In the third quarter, WSN outscored Satsuma 16-7 to take a 41-25 lead into the fourth. In the fourth, WSN edged out Satsuma 10-9 to claim the win.
“This was our best game from start to finish,” head coach Buddy Powell said.
Along with Floyd, Alexis Morrison had seven points and Alyssa English had four points. Also with fourth points were Taylor Burns and MeMe Lawson. Jashira Dees chipped in three points while Marisha Fraser had two.
Fraser led with nine rebounds in the win while Floyd led with three assists. Lawson led with five steals while Floyd led with one block.