MACON — Noxubee County demolished Pickens County (Alabama) 60-13 at home Friday.
Tootie Lockett had 17 points to lead the Tigers, one of three Noxubee County players in double figures. Jamaya Dancy and Kirsten Barnett added 10 points each.
Noxubee County hosted West Lowndes on Saturday night and will travel to Nettleton on Tuesday.
Prep girls basketball
Choctaw Central 64, Starkville 39
ACKERMAN — Starkville girls basketball fell to Choctaw County, 64-39, on Saturday afternoon at the Mid-Mississippi Challenge at Choctaw County High School.
Zariyah Edwards led the Yellow Jackets (11-3) in scoring with 12 points.
Starkville will host Grenada in its next game at 6 p.m. Tuesday.
Tishomingo County 44, Heritage Academy 35
IUKA — Heritage Academy girls basketball fell to Tishomingo County on Saturday afternoon, 44-35.
Caroline Peal led the Patriots (10-11) in scoring with 13 points in the loss.
Heritage Academy plays at Washington School in its next game at 6:30 p.m. Tuesday.
Columbus Christian Academy 42, West Memphis Christian School (Ark.) 36
STEENS — Columbus Christian Academy took home a 42-36 district win over West Memphis Christian School (Arkansas) on Friday in Steens.
Faith Yeates led Columbus Christian (11-7, 1-2 district) with 14 points, and Ada Farlow had 10. Carrie Kinard had eight points, and Satavia Watkins had six.
CCA will host Hebron Christian on Tuesday.
Rossville Christian Academy (Tenn.) 52, Oak Hill Academy 33
WEST POINT — Oak Hill Academy suffered a 52-33 loss to Rossville Christian Academy (Tennessee) at home Friday.
Harley Vaughn led Oak Hill with 10 points, and Mary Beth Briggs added nine.
The Raiders will host Lee Academy on Tuesday.
Starkville Christian 50, Kemper Academy 39
Prep boys basketball
Biloxi 60, Starkville 58
PONTOTOC — Starkville boys basketball lost to Biloxi, 60-58, in the Tangle on the Trail on Saturday in Pontotoc.
Up 48-40 headed into the fourth quarter, the Yellow Jackets (14-4) were outscored 20-10 in the final eight minutes as Biloxi orchestrated a comeback win.
Starkville will host Grenada in its next game at 7:30 p.m. Tuesday.
Choctaw Central 82, Columbus 40
ACKERMAN — Columbus boys basketball lost to Choctaw Central, 82-40, in the Mid-Mississippi Challenge on Saturday afternoon at Choctaw County.
The Falcons (9-8, 0-2 district) have now lost three straight games, snapping what was a four-game winning streak.
Columbus will travel to play West Point in its next game at 7:30 p.m. Friday.
New Hope 51, Gentry 37
PONTOTOC — New Hope boys basketball defeated Gentry, 51-37, on Saturday afternoon in the Tangle on the Trail in Pontotoc.
The Trojans (11-6) outscored Gentry 21-10 in the fourth quarter after leading just 30-27, heading into the fourth. Lonnie Shinn Jr., named game MVP, scored 18 points and hauled in seven rebounds for New Hope, which is now on a six-game winning streak.
New Hope will travel to play Saltillo in its next game at 5 p.m. Friday.
West Memphis Christian School (Ark.) 91, Columbus Christian Academy 72
STEENS — Columbus Christian Academy dropped a 91-72 decision to West Memphis Christian (Arkansas) at home Friday.
The Rams (12-6, 1-2 district) were down just one point at the half, but the Black Knights scored 46 points in the final two quarters, including 30 in the fourth.
Garrett Weathers led Columbus Christian with 28 points, and Joe Michael Edwards added 23.
Mason Wright had 10 points, and Jackson Howard added eight.
Noxubee County 64, Pickens County (Ala.) 31
Kemper Academy 48, Starkville Christian 45
Rossville Christian Academy (Tenn.) 73, Oak Hill Academy 39
Prep girls soccer
Caledonia 9, South Pontotoc 0 (Record: 11-3-1, 6-0 district)
Starkville 5, New Hope 3 (Starkville record: 6-8-1) (New Hope record: 9-2-1)
Prep boys soccer
Starkville 7, New Hope 2 (Starkville record: 11-4) (New Hope record: 9-2-1)
Caledonia 7, South Pontotoc 1 (Record: 8-7, 5-1 district)
Delta Streets 6, Starkville Academy 3 (Record: 2-3-1)
Washington School 6, Heritage Academy 0
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