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The Wadley girls’ lost their first two games of the Heflin Hoops Classic by narrow margins before salvaging the week with a win over Weaver.
That win was made even sweeter as Wadley star A’Mya Brown scored the 1,000th point of her career just eight games into her junior year.
Brown was an all-state honorable mention in her sophomore season a year ago, and now adds to her accolades with Friday’s milestone.
According to head coach Jerrell Burns, Brown is just the second Wadley girls player to score 1,000 career points after Ebony Battle did it for the Lady Bulldogs during her career in the early 2000s.
Clay Central 41, Wadley 37
Wadley opened the tournament by nearly pulling an upset of the eventual tournament champions. Wadley held a 30-29 lead going into the fourth quarter, but the Lady Vols outscored Wadley 12-7 in the final frame to secure the win.
A’Mya Brown led Wadley with 18 points.
Ranburne 45, Wadley 37
Ranburne outscored Wadley 19-6 in the second quarter to build a 26-13 halftime lead, and Wadley never dug out of that hole in a 45-37 loss Thursday. A’Mya Brown was again the only Wadley player in double figures as she finished with 14 points.
Wadley 40, Weaver 38
Celest Angel led the Lady Bulldogs with 15 points, A’Mya Brown added 14 and Wadley picked up its second win of the season with a 40-38 victory over Weaver Friday.
The Lady Bulldogs were 2-6 going into Tuesday’s area game against Faith Christian.