AHSAA State Basketball Championships

Linden 58, Decatur Heritage 44
Linden High School sophomore Amber Richardson scored 28 points and cleared 14 rebounds to lead the Patriots (19-6) to a 58-44 win over Decatur Heritage Monday morning at the BJCC Legacy Arena as the 94th annual AHSAA State Basketball Tournament got underway.
    South Regional champion Linden, coached by Teressa Bolden, advanced to the Class 1A girls’ state finals with the victory. The 1A girls’ championship game will be at 4 p.m. on Thursday.
    Class 1A opened the tournament Monday. Class 2A teams will play in the second session Monday. Classes 3A and 4A play Tuesday, Classes 6A and 5A, Wednesday, and Class 7A semifinals will be Thursday. All semifinal games are being live-streamed by the NFHS Network and broadcast by the AHSAA Radio Network. Details are at www.ahsaa.com.
    Richardson was 12-of-15 from the field and 4-of-6 at the foul line en route to her impressive effort. Teammate Imiya Agee, a junior, added 18 points.
    Decatur Heritage (23-7), the Northwest Regional champs, sank 8-of-36  3-point goals but managed only 10 other field goals in the contest.  Junior Kaitlyn Cheatham was 6-of-16 from the 3-point arc to finished with 18 points to lead the Eagles of Coach Paula Armstrong.  Chandler Sparkman added 12 points and nine rebounds.

AHSAA 94th State Basketball Tourney Starts Monday at BJCC

   BIRMINGHAM -- Fifty-six high school basketball teams converge on Birmingham this week as the 94th annual Alabama High School Athletic Association State Basketball Tournament tips off Monday at the Birmingham-Jefferson Convention Complex Legacy Arena.
   Classes 1A and 2A are scheduled to play Monday with Linden (17-6) and Decatur Heritage (25-6) squaring off first in the Class 1A girls’ semifinals at 9 a.m. 
    The State Tournament is scheduled for Feb. 29-March 5 at the BJCC with Classes 1A and 2A playing semifinals on Monday, Classes 3A and 4A on Tuesday, Classes 6A and 5A on Wednesday and Class 7A on Thursday. Girls’ and Boys’ finals for Class 1A will be Thursday afternoon. Classes 2A, 3A and 4A will play championship games on Friday while Classes 5A, 6A and 7A concluding the tournament Saturday.
     All semifinal games will be live-streamed by the NFHS Network and all finals will be televised by Raycom Media. The AHSAA Radio Network will broadcast all finals over its network. More information can be found at www.ahsaa.com, www.
http://statefinalsal.com/ and  www.nfhsnetwork.com.
     Class 6A LeFlore’s Lady Rattlers come into the state tourney as the only undefeated team at 33-0. The Rattlers play Wednesday at 9 a.m. versus Hartselle (24-11).
      Coach Jack Doss has his J.O. Johnson squad back in Class 5A after nipping Anniston in the Northeast Regional boys’ Class 5A finals 45-42 before a crowd estimated at 6,000 at Jacksonville State University.  The Jaguars (27-5) won the Class 5A state title last year, the second in school history and eighth championship for a Doss-coached team. He had two titles at Hayes in Birmingham and five at Huntsville-Butler.
     Other 2015 boys’ state champions back to defend titles are Class 7A Hoover (16-18), Class 6A Carver-Montgomery (27-3), Class 3A Madison Academy (22-12) and Class 1A Sacred Heart Catholic (27-8). Defending girls’ state champions in the 2016 state tourney are Class 1A Keith (31-2), Class 3A Lauderdale County (28-7), Class 4A Deshler (32-1), Class 5A Wenonah (31-1), Class 6A Homewood (26-6) and Class 7A Jeff Davis (22-6).
     Lauderdale County is going for its fifth straight Class 3A championship. Coach Brant Llewellyn’s Lady Tigers finished 39-0 last season and extended the state’s longest winning streak to 84 games with the 70-39 win over Pisgah in the 2015 finals. That streak was finally ended early this season after 86 wins in a row.
     Homewood girls’ coach JoVanka Ward has her team back in the 6A competition -- and her husband Steve Ward has his Huffman boys’ squad in the Class 6A boys’ tournament as well.
     Class 1A Keith, Class 2A Tanner, Class 6A Huffman and Homewood and Class 7A McGill-Toolen advanced their boys’ and girls’ teams to the 94th State Championships.
   The complete schedule is listed below.

AHSAA State Basketball Championships
At Legacy Arena, BJCC

Monday’s Schedule
Decatur Heritage (25-6) vs. Linden (17-6), 9 a.m.
Spring Garden (29-4) vs. Keith (31-2), noon

Marion County (17-10) vs. Georgiana (29-1), 10:30 a.m.
Sacred Heart Catholic (27-8) vs. Keith (26-6), 1:30 p.m.

Tanner (24-7) vs. Samson (31-2), 3 p.m.
Ider (24-8) vs. R.C. Hatch (22-6), 6 p.m.

Tanner (22-8) vs. St. Luke’s Episcopal (22-11), 4:30 p.m.
Section (26-5) vs. Lanett (27-6), 7:30 p.m.

Tuesday’s Schedule
Lauderdale County (28-7) vs. Barbour County (19-6), 9 a.m.
Brindlee Mountain (26-7) vs. Montgomery Academy (24-4), noon

Madison Academy (22-12) vs. Pike County (19-10), 10:30 a.m.
New Hope (26-4) vs. Midfield (21-12), 1:30 p.m.

Deshler (34-1) vs. UMS-Wright (27-6), 3 p.m.
Locust Fork (32-1) vs. Sipsey Valley (27-5), 6 p.m.

Cordova (24-5) vs. Monroe County (26-5), 4:30 p.m.
Westminster Christian (28-3) vs. Childersburg (28-5), 7:30 p.m.

Wednesday’s Schedule
Hartselle (24-11) vs. LeFlore (33-0), 9 a.m.
Huffman (26-7) vs. Homewood (26-6), noon

Muscle Shoals (20-10) vs. Carver-Montgomery (27-3), 10:30 a.m.
Huffman (26-5) vs. Homewood (28-5), 1:30 p.m.

Wenonah (31-1) vs. Charles Henderson (33-2), 3 p.m.
Anniston (20-6) vs. Central-Tuscaloosa (27-5), 6 p.m.

Ramsay (23-11) vs. Faith Academy (26-7), 4:30 p.m.
J.O. Johnson (27-5) vs. Sumter Central (31-2), 7:30 p.m.

Thursday’s Schedule
Hazel Green (32-3) vs. McGill-Toolen Catholic (29-3), 9 a.m.
Buckhorn (26-8) vs. Jeff Davis (21-6), noon

Hoover (16-18) vs. McGill-Toolen Catholic (27-6), 10:30 a.m.
Spain Park (23-9) vs. Central-Phenix City (31-1), 1:30 p.m.

Girls’ finals, 4 p.m.
Boys’ finals, 5:30 p.m.

Friday’s Schedule
Girls’ finals, 9 a.m.
Boys’ finals, 10:45 p.m.
Girls’ finals, 12:30 p.m.
Boys’ finals, 2:15 p.m.
Girls’ finals, 4 p.m.
Boys’ finals, 5:45 p.m.

Saturday’s Schedule
Girls’ finals, 9 a.m.
Boys’ finals, 10:45 p.m.
Girls’ finals, 12:30 p.m.
Boys’ finals, 2:15 p.m.
Girls’ finals, 4 p.m.
Boys’ finals, 5:45 p.m.

AHSAA Postpones Central Basketball Regional Girls and Boys Class 1A & 7A Finals

   The Alabama High School Athletic Association Central Regional Basketball Tournament Class 7A and Class 1A girls’ and boys’ championship games scheduled for today have been postponed, AHSAA Executive Director Steve Savarese announced Tuesday.
     The Class 1A games, cancelled earlier today, have been re-scheduled for Thursday afternoon’s final session with the girls tipping off at 4 p.m., and the boys at 5:45. Alabama State University notified the AHSAA at 2 p.m. Tuesday that the campus was being shut down at 3 p.m., today and would not be able to provide support for the 7A finals scheduled for 3 and 4:45 p.m. The 7A girls’ finals have been re-scheduled for Wednesday night at 7:30 p.m. The 7A boys’ finals will be played Thursday night at 7:30 p.m., following the 1A boys’ finals.
      All other games remain as scheduled, and other regional sites are continuing as scheduled.   
    The AHSAA will continue to monitor the weather conditions. Any changes in the schedules will be posted at www.ahsaa.com and should updates become necessary, that information will also be posted.


AHSAA Moves Central Basketball Regional Girls and Boys 1A Finals to Thursday Afternoon

   The Alabama High School Athletic Association Central Regional Basketball Tournament Class 1A girls’ and boys’ championship games scheduled for tonight at 6:30 and 8:15 p.m. have been postponed until Thursday, AHSAA Executive Director Steve Savarese announced Tuesday.
     He said the decision was made to make the adjustment due to the weather conditions expected through Central Alabama later tonight. All other Tuesday games, including the final two Class 4A semifinal games, the 7A girls’ finals and 7A boys’ finals, are set to be completed as scheduled.
      The Class 1A championship games at Alabama State University’s Dunn-Oliver Acadome have been rescheduled for 4 p.m. and 5:45 p.m., respectively and will conclude the 2016 tournament’s final session. The Central Regional’s Wednesday games and Thursday games will remain as scheduled.
      All other regional sites are continuing as scheduled.   
   “We made this decision based on the EMA’s current weather conditions,” Savarese said. “We had hoped this would not be necessary, but at this time, this is in the best interest of our teams, schools and communities.”
    The AHSAA will continue to monitor the weather conditions. Any changes in the schedules will be posted at www.ahsaa.com and should updates become necessary, that information will also be posted.

B.B. Comer Fined Forfeits Games

   MONTGOMERY –B.B. Comer High School has been fined and placed on probation for one year for violating the AHSAA Eligibility Rule. The school self-reported the violation.
   The school played an ineligible student in violation of the “Eligibility Rule” specifically “Academic Rule.” The school must forfeit all contests its team won in which the student participated.
    As a result of the forfeits, B.B. Comer to fourth seed in Class 3A, Area 8 and will play top seed Midfield in the first round of the area tournament Monday night at Midfield.
     The probationary period is a warning that other violations of this nature could bring further sanctions against the school.

Jacksonville Christian Fined, Forfeits Games

   MONTGOMERY –Jacksonville Christian Academy has been fined, placed on probation for one year for violating the AHSAA Transfer rule. The school self-reported the violation.
   The school played an ineligible student in violation of the “Transfer Rule” specifically “Overlapping School Zones Rule” and “Academic Rule”.  The school must forfeit all contests its team won in which the student participated.
    JCA dropped from fourth seed to fifth seed in the Class 1A, Area 13 boys’ basketball tournament and will play Gaylesville Monday night in the first round of the tourney.
     The probationary period is a warning that other violations of this nature could bring further sanctions against the school. 

Wadley High School Forfeits 7 Boys’ Basketball Games

   MONTGOMERY –Wadley High School has been fined, placed on probation for one year, and ordered to forfeit seven varsity boys basketball games for violating the AHSAA transfer rule. The school self-reported the violation.|
   Wadley played an ineligible student in violation of the “Transfer Rule” specifically “Bona-Fide Move Rule”.  The school must forfeit all contests its team won in which the student participated.  Forfeits include Class 1A, Area 8 one win each over Talladega County Central and Alabama School for the Deaf and one win over Victory Christian. Wadley also must forfeit four non-area wins: one each to Beulah and Woodland and two to Horseshoe Bend.
   The Class 1A, Area 8 tournament bracket will reflect the forfeits. Wadley moves to fifth seed and will play fourth seed Victory Christian Saturday night at 6 p.m. at the site of Area 8 champion Winterboro. Third seed Alabama School for the Deaf will now play second seed Talladega County Central Feb. 11 at 7 p.m. and top seed Winterboro will play the winner of Saturday’s Wadley-Victory Christian game at 5:30 p.m. The area tournament finals remain set for Feb. 13 at 3 p.m.
   The probationary period is a warning that other violations of this nature could bring further sanctions against the school.

North-South Basketball (Boys) South 72, North 65

   The South All-Stars snapped a 12-year losing streak Wednesday night beating the North 72-65 at Alabama State University’s Dunn-Oliver Acadome to claim its first North-South boys all-star basketball victory since 2002.
    The North leads 46-26 in the Alabama High  School Athletic Association series hosted by the Alabama High School Athletic Directors & Coaches Association. The first game was played in 1953 at Tuscaloosa. 
     South 6-foot-8 center Kevin Morris, the South MVP, scored 13 points and cleared seven rebounds – both team highs – to snap the North domination.  He was 5-of-6 from the field and also had two blocked shots and two assists. The South, coached by Dallas County’s Willie Moore and Faith Academy’s John Price, took control in the second quarter outscoring the North team 18-11 to take a 37-29 lead in at the half.
    The North, coached by Chris Love of Oak Mountain and Brian Pounders of Deshler, outscored the South 36-35 in the final two quarters but could never retake the lead.
    Jack Kline of Mountain Brook had eight points and a game-high eight rebounds to be named the North MVP.  Triston Chambers of Cold Springs had 12 points, including two 3-point goals, and Micah Fuller of Bessemer City added 10. Javien Williams of Woodlawn also had nine points with two treys.
    John Pettway of Keith chipped in 10 points for the South. Joshua Hill of Faith Academy added six points and seven rebounds. Carroll-Ozark’s Deric Patton, a 5-11 guard, electrified the crowd with two monster windmill dunks and finished with five points.
    The South’s last win prior to Wednesday’s victory was an 85-76 triumph in 2002.

(Overall Series: North leads 46-26)

South 72, North 65

2014—North 82, South 64

2013—North 96, South 70

2012—North 65, South 57

2011—North 76, South 72

2010—North 86, South 81

2009—North 75, South 72

2008—North 55, South 46

2007—North 96, South 71

2006—North 95, South 88

2005—North 103, South 82

2004—North 86, South 66
2003—North 98, South 85

2002—South 85, North 76
2001—South 85, North 83
2000—North 117, South 88

1999—South 83, North 70

1998—North 100, South 81

1997—North 85, South 78


1984—North 72, South 64 (1A-2A)

             South 70, North 52 (3A-4A)

1983—South 93, North 72 (1A-2A)

             North 92, South 75 (3A-4A)

1982—South 66, North 56 (1A-2A)

             South 76, North 64 (3A-4A)

1981—North 103, South 84 (1A-2A)

             North 88, South 72 (3A-4A)

1980—South 69, North 64 (1A-2A)

             North 70, South 63 (3A-4A)

1979—North 74, South 57 (1A-2A)

             North 66, South 63 (3A-4A)

1978—South 103, North 84 (1A-2A)

             South 87, North 85 (3A-4A)

1977—North 79, South 75 (1A-2A)

             North 77, South 68 (3A-4A)

1976—North 80, South 74 (1A-2A)

             North 88, South 67 (3A-4A)

1975—North 80, South 71 (1A-2A)

             North 94, South 93 (3A-4A)

1974—North 61, South 60 (1A-2A)

             South 77, North 71 (3A-4A)

1973—North 96, South 65 (1A-2A)

             North 66, South 59 (3A-4A)

1972—South 73, North 69 (1A-2A)

             South 59, North 57 (3A-4A)

1971—South 94, North 68 (1A-2A)

             North 81, South 71 (3A-4A)

1970—North 79, South 64 (1A-2A)

             South 91, North 74 (3A-4A)

1969—North 61, South 59 (1A-2A)

             South 79, North 74 (3A-4A)

1968—South 76, North 69 (1A-2A)

             South 66, North 54 (3A-4A)

1967—North 76, South 70 (1A-2A)

             North 81, South 74 (3A-4A)

1966—South 85, North 78 (1A-2A)

             South 58, North 57 (3A-4A)

1965—South 57, North 52 (1A-2A)

             North 65, South 64 (3A-4A)

1964—North 83, South 80 (1A-2A)

             South 80, North 60 (3A-4A)

1963—North 72, South 67

1962—North 64, South 55

1961—North 47, South 41

1960—South 43, North 38

1959—North 60, South 59

1958—South 67, North 54

1957—North 62, South 49

1956—North 58, South 54

1955—North 57, South 49

1954—South 72, North 67

1953—North 52, South 46

North-South Basketball (Girls) North 60, South 56

   The North All-Stars rallied from an 12-point second-half deficit Wednesday night to beat the South 60-56 at Alabama State University’s Dunn-Oliver Acadome. The victory extended the North’s current North-South All-Star Series winning streak to seven games – dating back to the South’s last win a 72-70 decision in 2007.
    The game was the closest in the series since the North’s 68-67 overtime win in 2012.  The North now holds a 17-2 edge in the series which started in 1997.
    North MVP Rachel Childress of Lawrence County led the comeback effort scoring a game-high 15 points, including three 3-pointers and 4-of-6 at the foul line. She had 10 points in the second half.
     South MVP Jasmine Walker of Jeff Davis had 10 points and five rebounds and played a strong game defensively.   Tykeria Williams of Lee-Montgomery led the South with 11 points. She was also 3-of-4 from outside the 3-point arc.
   The South took control early in the first half and led by as many as nine before the North cut the margin to four late in the second period. The lead extended to The South finished strong before intermission to take a 28-21 lead in at halftime.
     The North, coached by Carey Ellison of Pisgah and Sheroderick Smith of Winterboro, didn’t  have an answer in the first half for the South duo of Harriet Winchester of Keith and Williams.  The two combined to shoot 4-for-4 from the field and scored six points each.  Winchester finished with six points.
       The South led 48-41 with 5:32 left when the North canned a 3-point goal  to close the lead to 48-44. Childress and guard Emma Wallen of Lauderdale County took control for the North and catapulted the winners to the lead. Wallen finished with six points. Tyra Johnson Tyra Johnson of Austin chipped in 10 and Tykeah Rogers of Spring Garden finished with five points and seven rebounds.
     Ahyiona Vason of Jeff Davis led the South rebounders with six.
     The North shot only 16-of-35 at the foul line and the South was 13-of-17.
      Samson’s Chad McKnight and Lanett’s Jennifer Norris coached the South.

2015 North-South Basketball All-Star Teams Announced

     All-star squads for the 2015 North-South boys’ and girls’ basketball games have been selected.
     Sixty outstanding junior basketball players, 15 on each team, were chosen from nominations submitted by high school coaches from across the state to participate at the 19th annual AHSAA Summer Conference and AHSADCA All-Star Games competition in Montgomery July 20-25, according to an announcement by Alvin Briggs, Director of the Alabama High School Athletic Directors & Coaches Association (AHSADCA).
     The girls’ and boys’ basketball games will be at the Dunn-Oliver Acadome on the Alabama State University campus July 22 at 6 and 8 p.m., respectively.
     The AHADCA All-Star Games also include in-state all-star games in soccer, baseball, volleyball and softball. The 55th North-South All-Star football game will be played the previous week and is set for Friday, July 17, at Cramton Bowl.
      The AHSAA Summer Conference is a week-long conference that includes sports specific clinics and special sessions for coaches, principals, athletic directors, cheerleading coaches and officials. Also, an All-Sports Equipment Expo and other related activities are scheduled throughout the week.
     Among the conference’s highlights will be the Sportsmanship Luncheon honoring all schools that have not had an ejection or fine during the 2014-15 school year and the Championship Coaches Awards Banquet that includes the naming of the 2014-15 Making A Difference Award Recipients ,Coaches of the Year, and the AHSADCA Athletic Director of the Year. Both banquets will be Friday, July 24.
      Concluding the week will be the 19th annual Officials Awards Banquet set for July 25 at noon. The featured speaker for 2015 will be Joe Dean, Jr., Birmingham-Southern athletic director and college basketball TV sports commentator.
      Chris Love of Oak Mountain and Brian Pounders of Deshler will coach the North boys’ all-stars with Llewellyn serving as administrative coach. Dallas County’s Willie Moore, who led the Hornets to the 2015 Class 5A state tournament after winning the 4A title in 2014, will be coaching the South with John Price of Faith Academy. Price’s team has reached the 5A state tournament the last two years.  Card is the South administrative coach.
       The North Boys’ all-star basketball squad features 6-foot-6 junior Josh Langford of Madison Academy, the ASWA Class 3A player of the year after leading the Mustangs to the 3A state title, and 6-4 Justin Hopkins, who helped J.O. Johnson claim the Class 5A state crown. The South squad features 6-9 Cameron Diggs Crawford of Blount, the tallest player in the game, and Carver-Montgomery’s Antonio Nelson, a key player in the Wolverines’ Class 6A state championship run in 2015.
    Guards Emma Wallen and Ivy Wallen of Lauderdale County headline the North girls’ team. Sisters in the famed Lady Tigers “triplets”, Emma was named the Class 3A player of the year by the Alabama Sports Writers Association and Ivy was selected MVP of the Class 3A state tournament as Lauderdale County closed out a 39-0 season.  Also on the North squad is Class 5A state tournament MVP and ASWA 5A player of the year Kaitlyn Rodgers, a power forward from Wenonah. Headlining the South squad are Ahyiona Vason and Jasmine Walker of 2015 Class 7A state champion Jeff Davis and Harriett Winchester, MVP of the Class 1A state tournament for state champion Keith. Walker was the 7A state tournament MVP. Also on the South squad are Cierra Johnson of Blount and Lacy Stafford of Geneva County, the ASWA Class 6A and 2A players of the year, respectively, for the 2014-2015 season.
     The North swept both games last year. The North Boys are 46-25 in the series dating back to 1953 and currently own a 12-game winning streak heading into 2015. The North Girls are 16-2 in the series that began in 1997 and have won the last seven games.
     The rosters are below.

2015  South Girls All-Star Team
Player                                     School                  Pos.     Ht.
Dana Echols                            Auburn                  G          5-4
Janesha Green                        Samson                 G          5-6
Jasmine Griffin                        Abbeville               G          5-2
Jas Hill                                     LeFlore                F          5-8
Cierra Johnson                        Blount                    G          5-8
Ivery Moore                            Demopolis               G          5-8
Margaret Robinson                 Davidson                  G          5-11
Ashley Scott                             UMS-Wright           C          6-2
Jaylen Snipes                           Opelika                  G          5-3
Lacy Stafford                           Geneva County        G          5-8
Ryann Sylvester                       McGill-Toolen           G          5-8
Ahyiona Vason                        Jeff Davis                 F          5-5
Jasmine Walker                      Jeff Davis                  F          6-3
Tykeria Williams                     Lee-Montgomery        G          5-6
Harriett Winchester                Keith                        G          5-10
Chad McKnight                         Samson
Jennifer Norris                         Lanett
Nigel Card                               St. James (Administrative)                                                     

2015  North Girls All-Star Team
Player                                     School                         Pos.     Ht.
Katie Allen                               Albertville                   G          5-11
Charity Brown                         Sipsey Valley               G          5-7
Rachael Childress                   Lawrence County        G/F      5-10
Kenyha Coulson                       Lee-Huntsville             G          5-10
Tyra Johnson                           Austin                          G          5-7
Presley Johnson                       Pisgah                          F/C       5-11
Kendra Langham                     Hoover                        F          5-10
Jailyn Maddox                         Hoover                        G          5-10
Kaitlyn Rodgers                       Wenonah                     F          6-1      
Tykeah Rogers                         Spring Garden             G/F      5-9
Katie Speegle                          Austin                          C          6-0      
Katelyn Thomas                      Shades Valley              C          5-11
Emma Wallen                         Lauderdale County      G          5-8
Ivy Wallen                               Lauderdale County      G          5-8
Bailey West                             Cold Springs                G          5-5
Sheroderick Smith                   Winterboro
Carey Ellison                           Pisgah
Brant Llewellyn                       Lauderdale Co. (administrative)

2015  South Boys All-Star Team
Player                                     School                         Pos.     Ht.
Cameron Diggs Crawford       Blount                          C          6-9
Joshua Hill                               Faith Academy            F          6-4
Stephon Jackson                      Smiths Station             G          6-0
Chardian Johnson                    T.R. Miller                   G          6-0
Ryan Littel                               Enterprise                   F          6-8
Roderick Melton                     Northview                   G          6-0
Kevin Morris                           Dothan            C          6-7
Antonio Nelson                        Carver-Montgomery   G          6-1
Deric Patton                            Carroll, Ozark             G          5-11
John Pettway                           Keith                            G          6-2
Charles Price                           Southside-Selma         F          6-6
Austin Rogers                          Brewbaker Tech          F          6-3
Clifford Thomas                      Jeff Davis                     F          6-7
Roderic Scott                           Lee-Montgomery        G          6-0
Tionne Williams                      Central-Phenix City     C          6-8
Willie Moore                           Dallas County
John Price                              Faith Academy
Nigel Card                             St. James (administrative)           

2015  North Boys All-Star Team
Player                                     School                         Pos.     Ht.
Jack Bonner                             Phillips                         G          6-1
Ryan Brown                             Albertville                   F          6-6
Tracey Burnett                        Lee-Huntsville             F          6-4
Triston Chambers                   Cold Springs                G          6-2
Mykelti Chatman                    Cordova                       F          6-6
Quinterious Croft                    Anniston                      G          5-11
Micah Fuller                            Bessemer City             G          6-0
Justin Hopkins                         J.O. Johnson                F          6-4
Travian James                         James Clemens           G          5-11
Jack Kline                                Mountain Brook          F          6-5
Jason Landman                       James Clemens           F          6-7
Josh Langford                          Madison Academy      G          6-6
Albert Luke                              Ramsay                       F          6-5
Joel Wester                             Cherokee County        G          6-2
Javien Williams                       Woodlawn                   G          6-4
Chris Love                               Oak Mountain
Brian Pounders                        Deshler
Brant Llewellyn                        Lauderdale Co. (administrative)