From St. Andrew’s Rashad Bolden to Purvis’ Gabe Young, there were several standout boys basketball performances across the state of Mississippi on Friday, Jan. 15.
Here’s a look at Friday’s top boys basketball performances:
JAN. 15 – TOP BOYS BASKETBALL STARS IN MISSISSIPPI
Rashad Bolden, St. Andrew’s: Bolden scored 28 points to lead St. Andrew’s to a 57-40 win over Velma Jackson.
Devin Carter, Florence: Carter poured in 40 points to lead Florence to a 64-44 win over Mendenhall.
Kam Carter, New Albany: Carter scored a game-high 23 points to lead New Albany to an 80-51 victory over Myrtle.
Zae Davis, Biggersville: Davis scored a game-high 26 points and added 6 assists to lead Biggersville to an 80-52 win over Pine Grove.
Jalen Edwards, Pontotoc: Edwards dropped in 25 points to lead Pontotoc to a 90-46 win over Caledonia.
Parker Henry, West Lauderdale: Henry tallied 20 points and 14 rebounds in a 65-58 loss to Kosciusko.
Josh Hubbard, Madison-Ridgeland Academy: Hubbard scored 18 points to lead MRA to a 59-44 win over Jackson Prep.
Adin Johnson, Ingomar: Johnson scored a game-high 26 points to lead Ingomar to a 93-58 win over West Union in the semifinals of the Union County Tournament.
Alex Jordan, Hattiesburg: Jordan scored 21 points and went 12-of-14 from the free throw line to lead Hattiesburg to a 78-36 win over Pearl River Central.
D.J. McKnight, Lake Cormorant: McKnight scored 13 of his 15 points in the second half to lead Lake Cormorant to a 54-38 victory over Lafayette.
Merritt Nations, Jackson Academy: Nations racked up 17 points and 5 rebounds to lead JA to a 43-41 win over Parklane Academy.
Marshall Odum, Lake Cormorant: Odum scored 14 points and pulled down eight rebounds to help lead Lake Cormorant to a 54-38 victory over Lafayette.
Kedrick Osby, Moss Point: Osby scored a game-high 21 points to lead Moss Point to a 49-28 win over Bay High.
KJ Sykes, Clinton Christian Academy: Sykes, a sophomore, had 20 points and 8 assists to lead CCA to a 65-45 win over Riverfield Academy.
Gabe Young, Purvis: Young scored a career-high 28 points to lead Purvis to a 62-57 win over Poplarville.