Raheem Wright scored 24 points and had 18 rebounds for Wewa in a 72-62 win over Vernon on Jan. 8.
Wewahitchka 72, Vernon 62
WEWAHITCHKA — Raheem Wright scored 24 points and had 18 rebounds for Wewa on Jan. 8. Jabar Hill had 20 rebounds for the Gators (11-2). Vernon won the JV game 44-37. Hunter Highsmith had 11 points for Wewa.
Graceville 58, Altha 35
ALTHA — Justin Waldorff had 11 points in a losing cause for Altha, 5-9 overall, 2-5 in District 3-1A.
PSJ 54, North Bay Haven 33
PANAMA CITY — Cory Calloway scored 27 points and Chad Quinn had eight in a win over North Bay Haven.
Jonathan Holmes led North Bay Haven with nine points.
Blountstown 51, Bozeman 46
SAND HILLS — Bozeman’s Herbie Harrell scored 16 points in a losing effort. Brandon Suttles, Chistian Byrd and Christian Flowers each had seven points for the Bucks, 7-7 overall, 3-5 in District 4-1A.
SAND HILLS — This probably wasn’t the way the Mosley girls soccer team expected to celebrate its senior night.
Unable to locate a second referee to officiate the game, Mosley and Bay canceled their non-district soccer matchup at Bucks Field on Thursday night. It was an unfortunate development for two high-caliber teams preparing for their respective district tournaments.
“This was possibly the last opportunity to play in front of their parents and fans,” Mosley coach Marek Betkowski said of his seniors. “I strongly believe we’ll be back in Panama City and playing this season. This game has been scheduled for a long time, and the girls deserved to have two refs here.”
The two teams are the best in the county. Mosley is 13-1-2 this season, and Bay is 15-2-1.
“I think we are ready” for the postseason, Betkowski said. “We’re in good health. We’re doing a great job on the field. We have great chemistry off the field. We’re in a very good position to start the district tournament.”
Bay coach William Carter said the cancellation was a missed opportunity for his players.
“The whole reason we scheduled a team like Mosley was in order to give the girls a good workout,” Carter said.
Mosley 4, Leon 1
PANAMA CITY — The Dolphins got their second win as Cole Moreau scored twice and Joey Jacobsen and Tyler White each scored once. Banton Price had two assists and Josh Hoey had three saves.
The Dolphins’ JV triumphed 3-2 to improve to 10-2-3.
Bay 2, Marianna 0
MARIANNA — The Tornadoes got goals from Jacob Morrow, assisted by Corey Joseph; and Hernam Angless assisted by Zach Smith. Keepers Blake Krisko and Zac Watson split the shutout for Bay, 8-5-2, 8-2-0 in district.
North BayHaven 53, Robert F. Munroe 33
PANAMA CITY — Natasha Beach led the way with 16 points and six rebounds for the Bucs. Cara Culpepper had 11 points and five steals, Jordyn Wobser 10 points and eight rebounds and Maddy Adams 10 points and five steals.
Sneads 68, Wewa 36
WEWAHITCHKA — Tara Walding had 14 points and Jessica Smith 10 for the Gators, 4-11. Mallory Peak and Sage Baker each had 10 rebounds.
Ponce de Leon 53, Graceville 14
PONCEDE LEON — Ponce de Leon’s Ashley Harper scored 18 points as the Pirates cruised past Graceville.
Hannah Howell added nine points and five rebounds and JoJo Carlson scored eight points and grabbed three rebounds for PDL, 18-1.
Port St. Joe 58, Bozeman 12
SAND HILLS — Shelby Suggs had seven points and five rebounds and Carly Hanson had three points and five rebounds for the Bucks.
Altha 59, R.F. Munroe 16
ALTHA — Kent Rogers had 21 points and Kyler Dew and Justin Waldroff each had nine for the Wildcats.
Bozeman63, Freeport 40
FREEPORT — Brandon Suttles had 17 points, Herbie Harrell 11 points and seven assists and Christian Byrd 11 points for Bozeman.
PANAMA CITY — Rutherford compiled a 3-0 record in a four-team meet comprised of duals with Wewahitchka 2-1, host Bay 1-2 and Rocky Bayou 0-3.
Dual scores were Rutherford 42, Bay 24; Bay 48, Rocky Bayou 12; Wewahitchka 45, Bay 18; Rutherford 36, Wewahitchka 27; Rutherford 48, Rocky Bayou 12 and Wewahitchka 24, Rocky Bayou 6.
Port St. Joe 57, South Walton 55
PORT ST. JOE — Cory Calloway hit a half-court shot with 2.9 seconds left in the game to complete a second-half rally and give Port St. Joe a win over South Walton on Jan. 11.
Port St. Joe (9-9, 4-3) was down 12 points with two minutes remaining.
Calloway led the Tiger Sharks with 19 points, Marcel Johnson added 13 and Natron Lee had 12 points with six rebounds.
Wewahitchka 76, Altha 69
WEWAHITCHKA — Clay Sasser had 27 points and Raheem Wright had 26 points and 12 rebounds for Wewa. Kent Rogers had 31 for Altha. The Gators lost 81-77 to Sneads in overtime previously despite 34 points and 15 rebounds by Wright and 15 points by Sasser.
Wewahitchka 41, Vernon 36
WEWAHITCHKA — Wewahitchka’s Carol Walden scored 17 points while Mallory Peek had 12 rebounds and eight points in the Gators’ victory on Jan. 8.
Sage Baker added 10 rebounds and Jessica Smith had 11 points.
Blountstown 70, Bozeman 15
SAND HILLS — Shelby Suggs and Madison Creamer each scored six and Myah Rosa had two points and seven rebounds for Bozeman.
North Bay Haven 57, Bethlehem 45
PANAMA CITY — Jordyn Wobser scored 18, Maddy Adams 17 and Cara Culpepper 16 for North Bay Haven.
Wewahitchka 55, Bozeman 20
SAND HILLS — Wewa’s Jessica Smith scored 49 points and the Gators Sage Baker had 15 rebounds to pace Wewa.
Mosley 54, PDL 51
LYNN HAVEN — Alexis Ware led Mosley with 22 points as the Dolphins edged defending Class 1A Sate Champion Ponce de Leon.
Segovia Gooden has a double double with 14 points and 15 rebounds and Hennesey Smith added 17 rebounds with six blocks.
Mosley led 27-21 at halftime and held a five point cushion most of the game. In the JV game, PDL defeated Mosley 26-21. Nadine Alvarado had eight rebounds for the Dolphins.
Chipley 73, Malone 58
MALONE — Jasmine Belser paced Chipley with 20 points, the Tigers taking control of the game with a 27-8 run in the third quarter. Amanda Paschal had 12 points, 13 rebounds, 12 assists and six steals for Chipley.
Rutherford 41, Gulf Breeze 40
GULF BREEZE — Alisha Williams scored 17 points and Marsheba Addison had eight. Gulf Breeze won the JV Game 39 -19.
Chipley 80, Northview 46
DOTHAN, ALA. — Jasmine Belser had 22 points, eight rebounds, six assists and three steals. Amanda Paschal had 15 points, 14 rebounds, eight assists and four steals and Ebony Williams 16 points.