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Erica Jones (2017/ Southaven) Kentucky State Commit Gets a Triple-Double in win over Bolivar Central

The Southaven Lady Chargers, #7 Dandy Dozen, got a 55-42 win over Bolivar Central Tuesday night to improve their record to 11-2. Erica Jones, Kentucky State signee, lead all scorers with 14 points on 7-12 shooting night but even more impressively she finished the game with her first triple double adding 11 rebounds and 11 assists to her stat line. Dereseia “Ri-Ri” Randle (2019) added a career high 12 points on 5-8 field goal shooting and 9 rebounds.

The Lady Chargers will take on Harrison Central, #9 ranked team in Mississippi at the Slam Dunk at the Hump in Starksville, MS on Dec. 26th.

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Teal Battle (2017) Wins Gatorade Player of the Day at U of Memphis Team Camp

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Teal Battle wins Gatorade Player of the Day at University of Memphis Team Camp. Teal and White Station went 5-0 and won the championship at the U of M Team Camp

Gabby Moore (2016) & Suzanne Dease (2016) reach Career Milestones

Memphis Catholic senior guards Gabby Moore and Suzanne Dease both reach career milestones tonight in a 46-37 win over FACS. Suzanne Dease grabbed her career rebound number 500 even after missing most of last season due to knee surgery. Gabby Moore scored her 1,000th point tonight and has been a prolific scorer her entire career. Congratulations on achieving these career milestones.

 

Barrets Chapel Wilcats Area 3 Middle School Champions

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(photo courtesy of Patosha Jeffery memphisgirlsbasketball.blogspot.com)

Congrats to Coach Martin and her Barrets Chapel Lady Wildcats for winning the Area 3 Middle School Championship. We Got Next participants Jessie Wymore, Larissa Wright and Amelia Simpson were all named to All Tournament Team. Lady Mamba Amelia Simpson was named MVP of the tournament. Barrets Chapel will try to continue this run through the State Sectionals.

Unsigned Senior: Joslynn Basemore (2016) CG Manassas

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Close your eyes and imagine you were averaging 22.5 ppg with season highs of 46, 43, 34 & 33. Wake up because you would have to be dreaming or you would have to be Joslynn Basemore, a 5’5 combo guard from Manassas High School in Memphis.

Coach Bell quoted:

Ice
Joslynn Basemore
I’m calling her Ice caz she’s ice cold.

Is it easy scoring 10 points a game, how about 12, 15, 20?
This is possibly the most underrated player in Memphis. Basemore consistently scores in the Mid 20′ and 30s against top teams. A very strong guard with a aggressive attacking game style. Strong ball handler. Good range on shot. Good court vision and solid passer.

There are not many top playerz who literally has to carry a team, like she does. Year after year Manassas is relevant because of her.

Joslynn Basemore, Ice Cold.

Crazy to think that a player with this much proven talent is still relatively unknown and is rarely mentioned among the top players in her class. Joslynn is a absolute steal for whatever college gets her not to mention the fact that she maintains a 4.3 GPA and is a National Honor Society member. Joslynn is still unsigned so I highly urge colleges to come see her quickly.

OB Classic

OB Classic was a great way to kick off the high school basketball season in Mississippi. A few teams look to have break out seasons. Byhalia looks poised to have solid seasons on both the boys and girls side as both teams were victorious at the OB Classic. Taze Moore looked like a Player of the Year candidate leading his Southaven team. Southaven’s girls and boys teams went undefeated  along with Olive Branch. Olive Branch’s girls continued their dominance as they destroyed a Hernando team. Tons of Lady Mambas on various teams; all represented really well and we cant wait to see their success this season. North Mississippi hoops should be really exciting this year.

Tamia Jones (2017) Forward- White Station Highlights

Patosha Jeffery,http://memphisgirlsbasketball.blogspot.com/   always has an eye for Memphis girls basketball.and she has recently did a highlight video for White Station’s 2017 Forward Tamia Jones.

Tamia Jones is an extremely multidimensional player. She is 5’10 and can play both the guard and post positions. So I wanted to display all the skills she has: short jumper, slashing, ability to guard on the perimeter, athleticism, quick hands, rebounding, transition ball handling and shot blocking.

Footage from 2015 Fall Exposure League. Highlight created by Patosha Jeffery.

Zaire Hicks (2017) Guard Memphis Metro/ Lady Mambas Highlights

Zaire Hicks has the ability to drain the outside shot with consistency and can also blow by defender with quickness and power. She has outstanding ball handling skills and is a superb passer. With tremendous speed, power and agility she keep opponents on their heels.

Quential (Teal) Battle (2017) Forward Memphis Metro Home School/ Lady Mambas Highlights

Teal Battle has transformed into a deadly inside- outside threat that can attack on the dribble, knock down outside shots and score on the low post. Standing at 6’1 and with her strong frame, quickness and athleticism she can play the 3, 4 or 5 positions. She is also developing into a strong vocal leader especially for the younger players on the team. Look for Teal to make an immediate impact on a D1 level.

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