Page senior Bria White became her school’s all-time leading scorer Friday night, scoring 16 points in the Lady Patriots’ 58-36 win over Spring Hill.
White now sits at 1,407 career points, surpassing Nicole Bagsby’s 1,399 mark set between 2001 and 2005.
The Lady Patriots outscored Spring Hill 22-7, helping extend their undefeated District 12-AA record.
White became the team’s all-time scorer on the same night Page coach was honored with a commemorative basketball from his 500th win – which came on Nov. 24.
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Four Yellow Jackets scored in double-figures as Fairview steadily pulled away to a 12-point victory. Garret Wall and Deondre Moore shared a team-high in scoring with 17 points while Grant Estes and Issac Edmondson each added 14.
The Rebels ran away to a 39-point victory as 11 different players scored for Franklin. Colson Patton led the way with 13 points while Kyle Tackett was close behind with 12.
Centennial routed Columbia Central 69 - 35 with 29 points, including a 3-point basket, from senior Matt Pond. JJ Johnson added 10, Bruer Atkinson and Emanuel Hall each contributed six points in the victory. The tone was set early as the Cougars jumped out to an 18-1 lead after the 1st quarter of play.
Ravenwood jumped to a 36-9 advantage in the first half as 11 different Raptors scored on the night. Matthew Hailey had a team-high 16 points while Ryan Nelson hit two 3-pointers on his way to 12 points.
Franklin started the contest slow as Siegel led 25-6 after one quarter of play. Joe Critchlow and Colson Patton shared a team-high with 11 points.
Spring Hill 66
The Patriots sunk seven 3-pointers but it was not enough to top the one-loss Spring Hill team. Hunter Bennefield scored 22 points for Page while Hunter Payne and Donte DeSalle both hit two 3s.
Giles County 51
A 17-6 Giles County second quarter extended what was already a seven-point advantage for the road team. Makinde London led Summit with nine points while Philllip Sheary added eight.
Marshall County 67
Fairview trailed 30-15 at halftime and could not make up the difference. Issac Edmondson had a team-high 13 points for the Yellow Jackets with Garrett Wall close behind with 12.
Gabriel Christian 43
BA spread the ball around in their 15-point victory as 11 different Eagles reached the score sheet. Eric Henninger led they way with 16 points while KJ Blue added 11.
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Fairview went scoreless in the first quarter while Creek jumped to a 38-5 advantage in the first half. Carolna Edmondson and Alli Mazeall each scored six points for the Lady Yellow Jackets.
The Lady Rebels led 23-10 at halftime and steadily pulled away over the final 16 minutes. Rachel Hawn and Anna Patton each had a team-high 12 points.
Kennesha Nichols scored 25 points for Ensworth in their first game of the Ensworth Classic. Mille Tunnell and Paige Parker each had 11 points for the Lady Bruins while Olivia Shealy and Marissa Anthony both had 10.
Gabriel Christian 5
Brentwood Academy 86
BA held Gabriel Christian scoreless in the second half. Nine Lady Eagles scored on the night with India Hall leading the way with 20 points. Breuna Jackson added 18.
Giles County 45
Kamry Coffey sunk five 3-pointers on her way to a 29-point night for Giles County, but it was not enough as Summit jumped to a 20-7 advantage in the first quarter. Caroline Patrick had 18 points and three 3-pointers for the Lady Spartans while Teondra Crawford had 12 points and two 3s.
Marshall County 52
Leading 8-6 after the first quarter, Marshall County pulled away with a 20-12 second-quarter effort. Cierra McDonald led Fairview with 13 points while Taylor Langston added 11.
Following a competitive first-half that saw Sycamore lead 19-17, Ravenwood came out of the halftime locker room cold, allowing Sycamore to outscore them 29-13 in the third period. Lexi McKay had a team-high 16 points with Erin Johnson and Bailey Swayze adding six.
Anna Follese sunk four 3-pointers in the Lady Rebels loss to Siegel. Follese had a team-high 12 points with Anna Patton close behind at 11.
Columbia jumped to a 36-6 advantage in the first half. Delani Distefano led Centennial with six points while Jordan Johnson and LaShundra Hammond each added four.