PREP ROUNDUP: Hartselle girls overwhelm Cullman for area title

Feb. 8—HARTSELLE — Anna Hampton Burroughs led three Hartselle players in double figures with a game-high 25 points as the Tigers rolled past Cullman 59-29 to claim the Class 6A, Area 14 basketball championship Wednesday.

With the win, Hartselle earns home court advantage for this week's subregional round of the state playoffs. Area tournament winners and runners-up advance to subregional play, with winners hosting and runners-up traveling.

Hartselle used a big second half to pick up the win, outscoring Cullman 34-9 over the final two quarters to put the game out of reach. Hannah Burks had 14 points for the Tigers, while Mary Frances Itsede added 13 points.

Ally Sharpe had 11 points for Hatton.

Phil Campbell girls 54, Danville 50: Adily Alberti had 12 points and eight rebounds as Danville finished runner-up in the Class 3A, Area 15 tournament on Wednesday.

Reagan Prater added 10 points for the Hawks, while Ella Kate Tidwell and Olivia Vest finished with nine points each.

Skyline girls 59, Athens Bible School 32: Brooke Blakely led Athens Bible with 15 points in the Class 1A, Area 15 tournament championship game Tuesday.

Brooke Piscitelli added 14 points for the Trojans.

Danville boys 60, Colbert County 51: Ty Bailey had a team-high 15 points as Danville won the Class 3A, Area 15 tournament title on Wednesday.

Huntley Segars had 14 points for the Hawks, while AJ Holladay added 13 points. Ki Boyd scored 11. Danville will host Childersburg in subregional play.

West Morgan boys 63, Good Hope 59: Jamaury Burgess scored 17 points as West Morgan defeated host Good Hope to win the Class 4A, Area 13 tournament on Tuesday.

Jalen Fletcher had 14 points for the Rebels, while Ti'arrius Mosley and Jay Garland added 12 points each.

Hatton boys 65, Lexington 53: Kahne Little poured in a game-high 26 points as Hatton opened the Class 2A, Area 15 tournament at Mars Hill with a win on Tuesday.

Kenyon Suggs had 16 points for the Hornets, while Tasean Love added 10 points. Hatton will face host Mars Hill for the tournament championship Thursday.


Priceville girls 6, Elkmont 0: AK Hopkins scored four goals to lead Priceville in a big win on Monday.

Mae Vick and Kenzie Bowling had one goal each for the Bulldogs and Tori Staats recorded eight saves in goal.