STEENS — The Columbus Christian Academy basketball teams proved their superiority to Calhoun Academy on Friday in Steens.
Faith Yeates scored a team-high 16 points as the Columbus Christian girls beat Calhoun 50-22.
Ada Farlow scored 13, and Satavia Watkins added 12.
On the boys side, the Rams handled the Cougars, 48-23.
Mason Wright led CCA with nine points. Joe Michael Edwards scored eight, and Caleb McCarter had seven.
The Rams will be back in action Dec. 1 at home against Winston Academy.
Prep girls basketball
Heritage Academy 59, Houlka 19
HOUSTON — The Heritage Academy girls demolished Houlka 59-19 on Saturday at the Chickasaw Challenge in Houston.
The Patriots improved to 2-2 on the season.
Heritage Academy will face Hartfield Academy at 2 p.m. Monday at Jackson Prep.
Pontotoc 62, Columbus 40, Friday
Prep boys basketball
Caledonia 78, Hatley 46, Friday
CALEDONIA — The Caledonia boys routed Hatley 78-46 in Friday’s home game.
JD Dumas led the Cavaliers (5-2) with 22 points. Quez Barker scored 16, Mason Godsey had 10, and KJ Barnes had 10.
Caledonia will host Sulligent (Alabama) on Monday.
Houlka 53, Heritage Academy 49, OT
HOUSTON — Heritage Academy lost a close game in overtime Saturday at the Chickasaw Challenge in Houston.
The Patriots (0-1) fell 53-49 to Houlka in their season opener.
Heritage Academy’s next game is at home at 2 p.m. Monday against Madison St. Joseph.
Prep girls soccer
Saltillo 4, Caledonia 2
SALTILLO — The Caledonia girls soccer team lost a 4-2 decision on Saturday in Saltillo.
Lauren Brown and Eden Gentry each scored goals for the Cavaliers.
Caledonia’s next match is Nov. 29 at New Albany.
Booneville 7, Columbus 1, Friday
Prep boys soccer
Caledonia 5, Saltillo 3
SALTILLO — Charlie Newman scored a brace for the Caledonia boys in a 5-3 road win over Saltillo on Saturday.
Logan Burges, Preston Holmes and Brandon Thompson also had goals for the Cavaliers.
Caledonia will travel to New Albany on Nov. 29.
Lewisburg 3, New Hope 0
Booneville 5, Columbus 4, Friday
Theo DeRosa reports on Mississippi State sports for The Dispatch. Follow him on Twitter at @Theo_DeRosa.
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