Top stars, best performances for Feb. 5 in Mississippi high school girls basketball

From Walnut’s Claire Leak to Madison Central’s Kennedy Ransom, there were several standout girls basketball performances across the state of Mississippi on Friday, Feb. 5.

Here’s a look at Friday’s top girls basketball performances:

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STATEWIDE GIRLS BASKETBALL SCOREBOARD

FEB. 5 – TOP GIRLS BASKETBALL STARS IN MISSISSIPPI

Hama’ya Fielder, Neshoba Central: Fielder scored 17 points in the Lady Rockets’ 69-53 loss to Madison Central.

Marley Freeman, Brandon: Freeman led all scorers with 15 points in Brandon’s 43-29 win over Biloxi.

Clara Garland, Tishomingo County: Garland nearly had a triple-double in Tishomingo County’s 75-42 win over Biggersville. She finished with 10 points, 14 rebounds and eight blocks.

Claire Leak, Walnut: Leak recorded her first career triple-double in Walnut’s 63-45 win over Hickory Flat. She finished with 23 points, 10 rebounds and 10 assists.

Tandria Minor, Brandon: Minor filled up the stat sheet with eight points, eight rebounds and five assists in Brandon’s 43-29 win over Biloxi.

LaShaunte Payne, Magee: Payne scored a game-high 24 points to lead Magee to a 54-31 win over Yazoo County.

Deborah Pierce, Velma Jackson: Pierce scored a game-high 15 points in Velma Jackson’s 56-23 win over McLaurin.

Jairya Rankins, Center Hill: Rankins scored 19 points in Center Hill’s 56-53 loss to Southaven.

Kennedy Ransom, Madison Central: Jackson State signee Ransom had a game-high 25 points as the Lady Jaguars got past the Lady Rockets 69-53.

Olivia Sasser, Jackson Prep: Sasser scored 12 points on senior night to lead Jackson Prep to a 52-23 win over Copiah.

Halle Traylor, Tupelo: Traylor scored 18 points to lead Tupelo to a 61-41 win over Corinth.

Dakiya Walker, Magee: Walked scored 15 points in Magee’s 54-31 win overr Yazoo County.

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