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5 STAR RECRUIT JOSH LANGFORD AND 4 STAR RECRUIT JOHN PETTY, FACE OFF THURSDAY NIGHT AS MADISON ACADEMY HOST J.O. JOHNSON


Madison Academy will host J.O. Johnson Thursday night, tip-off set for 7pm. Both teams feature players with numerous offers from major college programs from around the country.


Madison Academy advanced to the Class 3A state semifinals last season despite star combo guard Josh Langford being out with a wrist injury. With the two-time reigning Class 3A Player of the Year back at 100 percent, the Mustangs are again a title favorite.


Returning for the Mustangs, junior 6-6 shooting guard Josh Langford who is ranked the #1 player in the state, #2 shooting guard in the nation and is listed ESPN TOP 10 for the Class of 2016. Langford is a big and strong wing player that is a terrific play maker. He attacks the rim through contact on the break and in the half court set. Langford simply overpowers high school wing players. When Langford gets his shoulder by a defender on a drive he usually scorers.




The past two season, Johnson has reached the Class 4A championship game , coming up short to Madison County in 2013 and losing in overtime last season to Dallas County.


Sophomore John Petty returns after a break out freshman season under Hall of Fame coach Jack Doss. Petty is ranked the #2 player in the state and holds offers from Alabama, Auburn, Mississippi State and Texas A&M. Petty has great basketball skills and loves to play above the rim. He ranked in ESPN Top 25 for the Class of 2017.




Grissom 69, Hazel Green 52: Johnson duo lead Tigers to victory, Hazel Green's Hose, Pearson help Trojans stay unbeaten in Class 7A girls varsity and the AHSAA suspends 6 players from the Class 3A Round 3 playoff game


Johnson duo lead Tigers to victory


Jaquez Johnson had 20 points and Clay Johnson scored 14 to lead Grissom to a 69-52 win over visiting Hazel Green.




Luke Luna added 10 points for the Tigers (3-1), who pulled away with 23 points in the final quarter.


BOX SCORE:
Team 1 2 3 4 Final
Hazel Green
12 12 13 15 52
Grissom
15 17 14 23 69


Hazel Green's Hose, Pearson help Trojans stay unbeaten in Class 7A girls varsity


Caitlin Hose had 17 points and Rayven Pearson scored 16 as Hazel Green knocked off Grissom 57-41.


The Trojans (7-0) built an 11-5 lead in the first quarter to pull away early in the road win. Chloe Long added 10 points for Hazel Green.



br> Chloe Long finished with 10 points for the Trojans. Hose had four rebounds, four assists and four steals.


Diamond Jolly had 11 points and seven rebounds for the Tigers (3-1), while Te' Johnson had 12 points and eight rebounds.


BOX SCORE:
Team 1 2 3 4 Final
Hazel Green
11 18 18 10 57
Grissom
5 12 13 11 41


SOURCE INFORMATION / JOSH BEAN / al.com / jbean@al.com


6 Walter Wellborn football players suspended for Friday's playoff game against Madison Academy


Walter Wellborn will be short-handed against two-time defending Class 3A champion Madison Academy on Friday night.


A total of six players have been suspended for the game by the Alabama High School Athletic Association, Walter Wellborn Principal Christopher Hayes confirmed today, for their role in an on-field altercation after the conclusion of last week’s 24-23 victory over Oakman.
“We understand unsportsmanlike conduct cannot be tolerated,” Hayes wrote in an e-mail to AL.com, “and we support the decision of AHSAA both as a school and as a community.”
Hayes declined to identify the suspended players, citing student privacy laws.


Walter Wellborn will play Madison Academy on Friday, with kickoff scheduled for 7 p.m.




Walter Wellborn kicked a 25-yard field goal with six seconds remaining to take a 24-23 lead over Oakman. After Oakman was tackled on the ensuing kickoff, an altercation apparently occurred after the final whistle and after the officials left the field.


Hayes said coaches conducted a team meeting Monday morning, and the team’s seniors then led a team meeting later in the afternoon.
“We are moving forward tonight and preparing for our third round playoff game against Madison Academy,” Hayes said in his e-mail.



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