Region XIV Women's Tournament roundup, March 6: Lady Jags win

Kilgore College's Victoria Billingsley gets called for a charge on Jacksonville's Allison Moore in the Region XIV women's tournament Wednesday night at UT Tyler's Herrington Patriot Center. (Herb Nygren Jr. | Tyler Morning Telegraph)

Jacksonville College won the nightcap of Ladies Day at the Region XIV basketball tournament on Wednesday at the Herrington Patriot Center.

No. 3 seed JC, led by Khadijah Carter’s 14 points, scored a 57-42 win over the No. 6 seed Lady Rangers.

The Lady Jaguars (18-13) advance to the semifinals against No. 2 seed Blinn (29-2) at 3 p.m. Friday.

Kilgore ends its season at 11-16.

Kalyn Shorter was also in double figures for Jacksonville.

Amanda Lawson led the Lady Rangers with 23 points and nine rebounds.

Game 4

Jacksonville 57, Kilgore 42

KILGORE — Victoria Billingsley, 2; Amanda Lawson, 23; Kiera Phipps, 7; Gabrielle Jackson, 0; Cieara Jimmerson, 0; Tanisha Winston, 0; Alexandria Samples, 0; Destiny Coley, 0; Demoneyca Spivey, 3; Maria Leeks, 4; Bladine N’Goran, 3.

JACKSONVILLE — Khadijah Carter, 14; Susan Agesen, 6; Devanyar Workman, 8; Chelsea Rogers, 3; Jinaki Robinson, 3; Kalyn Shorter, 11; Jasmine Robinson, 6; Jordan Bailey, 0; Breanna Burford, 0; Rebecca Chalakee, 0; Yvonne Maosa, 0; Allison Moore, 6.

THREE-POINT GOALS — KC: Phipps, Spivey. JC: Carter, Agesen, Rogers, Robinson.

HALFTIME — Jacksonville 30-17.

RECORDS — Kilgore 11-16, Jacksonville 18-13.

NEXT UP — Kilgore season complete. Jacksonville vs. Blinn, 3 p.m. Friday UT Tyler.

Angelina 68, Panola 64

Demetria Foreman connected on a 3-point play with 19.7 seconds remaining to propel Angelina to 68-64 Region XIV Women’s Tournament quarterfinal win over Panola on Wednesday at the Herrington Patriot Center.

No. 4 Angelina (18-13) advances to the semifinals to meet No. 1 Trinity Valley (30-1) at 1 p.m. Friday. No. 5 Panola ends its season 14-17.

The Lady Runners were trailing 64-63 when Foreman drove the lane and connected while being fouled. She hit the free throw for the 66-64 lead. Panola worked the ball around, but missed two inside shots. The second rebound was a tie-up and the possession went to Angelina with 4.9 seconds left. Diamond Webb was then fouled and swished both free throws for the final score.

Foreman (22 points) and Lexi Harris (17 points) had double-doubles for Angelina as both had 10 rebounds. Webb added 11 points and DeAnna Waters had 10 boards.

Atoe Jackson paced Panola with 18 points 10 rebounds, while Liz Handy added 14.

Game 2

PANOLA — Atoe Jackson, 18; Paula Tarnachowicz, 4; Electra Roberts, 0; Catarina Jones, 5; Lanese Bough, 7; Ashley Barry-Wallace, 2; Shantoria Taylor, 2; Teandra Richardson, 0; Shanica Baker, 8; Liz Handy, 14; Rebecca Kolawole, 4; Dannisha Jackson, 0.

ANGELINA — Areana Davis, 5; Lexi Harris, 17; DeAnna Waters, 6; Diamond Webb, 11; Eliqua Brooks, 2; Demetria Foreman, 22; Tatiana Stevens, 2; Cekret Davis, 1; T’Neshia Smith, 2.

THREE-POINT GOALS — P: Jackson, Bough, Handy (2), Kolawole. A: Davis, Webb (2), Foreman.

HALFTIME — Panola 26-18.

RECORDS — Panola 14-17, Angelina 18-13.

NEXT UP — Panola season complete. Angelina vs. Trinity Valley, 1 p.m. Friday, UT Tyler.

Blinn 69, Paris 55

Three Lady Bucs hit in double figures as No. 8-ranked Blinn scored a 69-55 win over Paris on Wednesday in a Region XIV women’s basketball tournament quarterfinal at the Herrington Patriot Center.

Blinn (29-2), the No. 2 seed, advances to the semifinals at 3 p.m. Friday. Paris, the No. 7 seed, ends its season at 11-18.

Audrisa Harrison led Blinn with 15 points and 12 rebounds. Fatima Adams added 15, while Moe Bedford added 14.

Paris was paced by Voche’ Martin’s 11 points.

Game 3

PARIS — Brea Castro-Gambrell, 7; Voche’ Martin, 11; Kelsei Ewings, 10; Shanice Vaughan, 8; Ashley Johnson, 6; Shanice Hill, 0; Lea Holt, 0; Maeghan Scott, 9; Adriene Small, 4.

BLINN — Amari Jones, 7; Fatima Adams, 15; Audrisa Harrison, 15; Jazzmin Parker, 6; Aarika Reyna, 3; Moe Bedford, 14; Tierra Tucker, 0; Danielle Epinoza, 2; Shanequa Gaston, 7; Michelle Umachi, 0.

THREE-POINT GOALS — P: Scott. B: Harrison, Reyna, Bedford (2).

HALFTIME — Blinn 38-33.

RECORDS — Paris 11-18, Blinn 29-2.

NEXT UP — Paris season complete. Blinn in semifinals, 3 p.m. Friday, UT Tyler.

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