Memphis Lady Mambas

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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.

Gabby Morgan & Astraea Moore Sign Letters of Intent


Congrats to Gabby Morgan (Lewis and Clark) and Astraea Moore (Northwest MS) on signing letters of intent. To watch these young ladies grow up from 9th graders and have the priviledge of being there as they continue their basketball dreams is an honor. The Lady Mambas are extremely proud of their achievements.

Erica Jones (2017) Krossover Highlights vs Bartlett

Erica Jones (2017/Southaven) is a junior forward who has been making a name for herself this season. She is currently averaging 14.2 points, 11.3 rebounds & 2.3 blocks per game. Southaven recently battled a tough Bartlett team led by MTSU signee Charity Savage; unfortunately the Lady Chargers came up short by 3. However Erica finished as the game’s high scorer with 23 points.

Highlights from Bartlett game:

Gabby Morgan & Erica Jones receive Scholar Athlete Awards

Southaven/Lady Mambas Gabby Morgan (2016) and Erica Jones (2017) received Scholar Athlete of the Month awards. Gabby Morgan was Scholar Athlete of the Month (December) and Erica Jones was Scholar Athlete of the Month (November). The Lady Mambas are extremely proud of these young ladies efforts in the classroom and on the court.

Erica Jones (Southaven) makes MS North/South All Star Team

Congrats to Lady Mamba Erica Jones (Southaven/ 2017) on making the Mississippi North/South All Star Team. The junior forward is averaging 12.9 points, 11.6 rebounds & 2.8 blocks per game this season. Erica is poised to make a lot of noise this season.


Erica Jones (Southaven) shines as Southaven advances to 12-1


story and photo courtesy of desoto times tribune

Erica Jones scored a team high 17 points as Southaven beats a tough Jonesboro (Ark) team to improve to a 12-1 record. Southaven starts district play on Friday against #1 Olive Branch.


Uncommitted Junior: Erica Jones (2017) Southaven (MS) Showing off her hops

Erica Jones (2017) is a 6’0 junior forward at Southaven High in Mississippi. She is a double double machine who hustles on every play and can stretch the floor with her shooting ability. She also has an innate timing for blocking shots and is a huge defensive presence. And for those who didnt believe here she is casually touching rim in a hoodie, some sweats and running shoes without any stretching.

Quick highlight video with more to come soon:

Gabby Morgan (2016) Inducted into National Honor Society


Lady Mambas Gabby Morgan (Southaven/ 2016) was recently inducted into the National Honor Society. Congratulations to Gabby for this huge honor and taking care of business on and off the court. Keep up the good work.

Introducing: Erica Jones (2017) Forward Highlight Video

Erica Jones (2017) is a forward who can create from the high post or low block from Southaven (MS) High School. Erica dominates the offensive and defensive boards even posting a 20-20 game last school season. She has a vast array of moves from a quick turnaround jumper to a soft jump hook to a deadly mid range shot. The scariest thing is that she is quickly developing a consistent three point shot to go along with her already impressive offensive skill set. At 6’0 with arms that stretch for days and high vertical leap; did I mention she is grabbing the rim, makes her a tenacious shot blocker with superior timing. A great student off the court as well winning numerous Scholar Athlete awards. Her best attribute is that she seems to make the right play whether its the extra pass, hustling for the loose ball or simply outworking everyone else on the court; she does these little things consistently. Defensively she can play the top of the defensive and clog up passing lanes for ball handlers or guard the other team’s best post player one on one on the block having that type of versatility allows her to easily transition from the 3 to the 5 seamlessly. With her drive to excel and already gifted skill set she will be a force on the next level.

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