If the girls team at Woodland-Stockbridge isn’t turning heads, perhaps they should be. The Lady Wolfpack got off to a 15-1 start and they have two legitimate scoring threats in Lindsey Reed (14.4 points per game) and Morgan Jones (11.1), each of whom averages 1.6 steals per game.
Holiday tournaments: The Columbia girls visited Washington D.C. For the fourth annual National Title IX Holiday Invitational Classic and came away with a win over Providence Day (N.C.) and a loss to Our Lady of Good Counsel (Md.). Columbia’s Mia Spencer was named second-team all-tournament.
Columbia, which began the event in the Gold Division, switched to the platinum division to face Good Counsel after Hoover (Ala.) revealed to event officials that it could not face Good Counsel without being in violation of a Alabama High School Association rule prohibiting member schools from competing against schools not sanctioned by a state high school association, according to the Washington Post.
The Eagle’s Landing boys found the waters choppy at the City of Palms Classic in Fort Myers, Fla., dropping two of three games. The Golden Eagles fell to Omaha (Neb.) Central in their tournament opener, then lost 82-71 to Tift County before beating host school Bishop Verot 60-49. Post player Desmond Ringer, who had been nursing a sore knee, played three full games in the tournament. Guard Trevin Joseph scored 44 points in the event, one of the premier boys tournaments in the country.