A. H. Parker Boys Varsity Basketball

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Ramsay 39, Parker 29: Rams eliminate reigning 5A state champs in Northwest Regional title game

There will be a new Class 5A boys state champion this season. No. 5 Ramsay won a defensive slugfest 39-29 over reigning champ and eighth-ranked Parker in a rematch of last year’s title game tonight in the Northwest Regional final at Wallace State-Hanceville. Rmasay (29-5) lead 15-11 at the break as the tams combined to

Parker 50, Columbia 40: Reigning Class 5A champs thwart Eagles’ upset bid in Northwest Regional semis

Columbia‘s late surge wasn’t enough to dethrone the defending state champions. The Eagles pulled within one with 2:28 left, but followed with a cold stretch as Parker prevailed 50-40 today in the Class 5A Northwest Regional semifinals at Wallace State-Hanceville. No. 8 Parker (22-7) led 33-22 midway through the fourth quarter when Columbia’s Travion Hardin

Lee-Huntsville 48, Parker 46: Late score lifts Generals to win in Kings of the Court

BIRMINGHAM, Alabama – Lee-Huntsville coach Greg Brown put the game in the hands of the smallest guy on the floor, and he made the biggest play of the game. Ashton Ray, Lee’s 5-foot-8 point guard, drove into the lane and kissed a shot off the glass with two seconds remaining to lift the Generals to

Parker 60, Wenonah 49: Herd shoots past Dragons in Steel City Invitational

HOMEWOOD, Alabama — Eugene Minter scored 16 points and Josh Childs added 14, leading Parker to a 60-49 victory over Wenonah in the consolation round of the Steele City Invitational. Parker shot 50 percent — making 24 of 48 shots — while outrebounding Wenonah 40-35 and holding the Dragons to 26 percent shooting (15 of

Midfield 48, Parker 39: Turner leads Patriots in Steel City Invitational

Jermaine Turner scored 16 points to lead Class 3A No. 1 Midfield past Class 5A No. 8 Parker 48-39 in the second round of the consolation bracket at the Steel City Invitational. Corey Davis added nine points and eight rebounds for the Patriots, who led 25-17 at the half. The Thundering Herd got 11 points

Cullman 62, Parker 46: Brontae Harris makes six 3-pointers to lead Bearcats to Steel City Invitational win

HOMEWOOD, Alabama — Brontae Harris had no trouble shooting at Pete Hanna Center. Despite the bigger arena and different sightlines, Harris made 6-of-8 3-pointers and 7-of-8 from the free throw line and scored a game-high 25 points to lead Cullmanto a 62-46 victory over Parker in the opening round of the Steel City Invitational at Samford

Parker 42, Huffman 34: Chairs nets 20 points to guide Thundering Herd

Joshua Chairs hit three 3-pointers and finished with a game-high 20 points to lead Parker to the win over Huffman, 42-34. The Thundering Herd jumped out to a 19-9 lead after the first quarter and maintained it for the rest of the game. Timothy Dees scored 10 points for the Vikings.

Parker 61, Jackson-Olin 52: Herd wins behind Frost and Medlock

Allan Frost scored 13 points and Earnest Medlockhad 12 as Parker defeated Jackson-Olin, 61-52. The Thundering Herd built a 26-13 lead at halftime and held off a rally by the Mustangs in the second half. Demetrius Houston scored 14 points for the Mustangs (4-4) and Xavier Humphrey added 12. De’Nigel Scruggs led the team with

Woodlawn 41, Parker 34 (OT): Colonels shut out Thundering Herd in overtime for win

Javien Williams scored a game-high 16 points andDeCarlos Wright added 14 as Woodlawn took a 41-34 overtime win over Parker. Parker led 15-10 at the half, but Woodlawn ran off a 13-8 comeback in the fourth quarter to tie the game at the end of regulation. Wright tied the game with a free throw at