Tuesday’s Cherokee Boys Basketball Invitational Roundup

Sand Rock’s Ben Dale shoots over Cedar Bluff’s Caleb Tucker during their game on Tuesday. Photo by Shannon Fagan.

Compiled by WEIS Sports Director Shannon Fagan

Sand Rock 67, Cedar Bluff 40

CEDAR BLUFF – Jacob StClair tossed in a game-high 24 points, including four 3-pointers. He also had six assists and five rebounds in leading the Sand Rock Wildcats to a 67-40 victory in the Alabama ONE Cherokee Boys Basketball Invitational third-place game on Tuesday.

Ben Dale and Kaden Justice both rang for 11 points for the Wildcats. Dale also delivered 12 rebounds and Justice pulled down 11 boards. Bradley Jackson and Jake Middlebrooks both managed seven points. Jackson also had eight boards.

Bucky Leek topped Cedar Bluff with 13 points, including a pair of treys. Austin Richardson scored seven points. He also had a pair of 3-pointers. MJ Adams finished with six points.

Sand Rock led 18-11 at the end of the first quarter and 38-23 at halftime. The Wildcats held a 57-31 edge after three quarters.


Spring Garden 69, Gaylesville 38

CEDAR BLUFF – Cam Welsh connected on four 3-pointers and had 16 points in leading the Spring Garden Panthers to a 69-38 Alabama ONE Cherokee Boys Basketball Invitational win over Gaylesville on Tuesday.

John Welsh added 12 points for the Panthers. Jake Welsh, Braxton Haney and Cole Bailey each had eight points. Jon Marq Rogers finished with seven points.

Kyler Bradley led the Trojan with 18 points. Tanner Eads tossed in eight points and Collin Hendon finished with six points.

Spring Garden jumped out to a 21-12 first-quarter advantage and led 42-24 at halftime. The Panthers held a 59-28 edge after three quarters.


Handley 65, Talladega County Central 31

CEDAR BLUFF – Devontae Higgins sank a pair of 3-pointers and had 15 points to lead the Handley Tigers to a 65-31 victory over Talladega County Central in the Alabama ONE Cherokee Boys Basketball Invitational on Tuesday.

Daquavian Slaughter added 11 points for the Tigers. Cannon Kyles collected nine points. Jeremiah Bell rang for seven points. Cooper Perry and Tamarious Treadwell finished with six and five points respectively.

Jhovi Cole netted nine points to lead Talladega County Central. Jamier Duncan finished with five points.

Handley jumped out to a 23-7 first-quarter advantage and led 38-18 at halftime. The Tigers took a 57-27 advantage heading into the fourth quarter.

Spring Garden’s Cam Welsh spots up for a 3-pointer against Gaylesville on Tuesday. Photo by Shannon Fagan.
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