Springville Tigers now 23-5 on season

The Springville Tigers finished the regular season with wins over Pell City, Glencoe and Locust Fork.

After the Springville Tigers won the St. Clair County Basketball Tournament, they posted wins over Pell City, Glencoe and Locust Fork to end the regular season. The team is currently 23-5 on the season.

Springville 57, Pell City 46

The Tigers used an 18-10 run in the second quarter to springboard to a win over Pell City 57-46.

Springville led 9-6 after the first quarter and increased the lead to 27-18 by halftime.

Each team scored 30 points in the second half.

Leading Springville was Chase Isbell with 20 points. Trevor Hurst added 13 points while Max Harrison netted nine points. Hudson Kersh and Brandon Daniels chipped in six points each while Jacob Bickerstaff had three points.

Leading Pell City was Brandon Calhoun with 14 points. Trey Evans and Jabriel Beckett netted 10 points each while Maleek Robinson scored seven points.

Springville 51, Glencoe 26

The Tigers had no problem beating Glencoe on Thursday, 51-26. The Yellow Jackets shot just 21 percent from the field while Springville shot 41 percent.

The Tigers were up 16-9 after the first quarter and then held Glencoe to just one point in the second frame to take a 31-10 halftime lead.

Springville won the scoring battle in the second half 20-16.

The scoring for the Tigers was spread out among 10 players and leading the way was Isbell with eight points. Harrison totaled seven points while Kersh, Daniels and Cole Clark added six points each. Hurst chipped in five points while Aaron Byars and Bickerstaff had four points each. Dave Phillips contributed three points while Jordan McClellan had two points.


Springville 47, Locust Fork 39

The Tigers ended the regular season with a 47-39 victory over Locust Fork. Springville opened up a 15-9 lead after the first quarter, then outscored the Hornets 32-30 the rest of the way to win by eight points.

Clark led the Tigers with 10 points. Hurst added nine points while Harrison and Isbell pumped in eight points each. Byars scored four points while Kersh and Bickerstaff chipped in three points each. Daniels finished with two points.

Reach Gary Hanner at ghanner@thestclairtimes.com.