The North women, coached by Sharon Thompson of East Mississippi Community College, used a strong second half to overcome a halftime deficit in a 67-62 win.
Bridgejae Patterson, a 6-1 center from Northeast Mississippi Community College, earned MVP honors with 10 points for the North women.
Other All-Stars scoring for the North were Tiffany Jones of Holmes Community College and Iyesha Mays of Itawamba Community College, 8 each; Tianna Germain of East Mississippi, Cortice Golden of Holmes, and Racquel Harper of Mississippi Delta Community College, 6 each; Ki-Ki Patterson of East Mississippi and Kelsey Brown of Northwest Mississippi Community College, 5 each; Eugenia Gilliam of Coahoma Community College and DaShiyah Agnew of Northeast, 4 each; Aja Williams of Holmes, 3; and Brianna Williams of Northwest, 2.
Wendion Bibbins of Jones County Junior College led the South women with 13 points. Other All-Stars scoring for the South team were Shaniqua Magee of Pearl River Community College, 11; Alexia McDonald of East Central Community College, 9; Annessia Durham of Hinds Community College, 7; Markeisha Watson of Mississippi Gulf Coast Community College, 6; Alexis Collins of Copiah-Lincoln Community College, 5; Aliyah Bell of Jones County, 4; Teshia Jones of Southwest Mississippi Community College, 3; and Kalybriah Haskin of East Central and Gabriella Cortez of Southwest, 2 each.
Tomekia Reed of Hinds coached the South women.
In the men’s game, the North jumped out to a 17-point halftime lead and ran away from the South 115-101. Dantaveous Crawford, a 6-5 forward from Mississippi Delta, scored 24 points to lead all scorers and earn MVP honors. The North men were coached by Billy Begley of East Mississippi.
Others scoring for the North All-Stars were Mark Partee of Northwest, Tyrin Jones of Northwest, and Travon Harper of Mississippi Delta, 15 each; Desmin Harris of Northeast, 9; D’Angelo Richardson of Holmes and Juan Davis Jr. of East Mississippi, 7 each; Lacurtis Allen of Holmes and LaBarrius Hill of Itawamba, 6 each; Jack Nichols of Northeast, 5; and Da’Quan Forrest of Coahoma and Howard Thomas of Itawamba, 3 each.
Deshawn Jones, a 6-3 point guard from Mississippi Gulf Coast, and Ken’Darrius Hamilton, a 6-9 center from Meridian Community College, led the South men with 13 points apiece. Other’s scoring for the South All-Stars were Darius Kennedy of Copiah-Lincoln, 12; Ravion Henry of East Central, 11; Christian Robertson of Jones County, 10; Corey McLaurin of Hinds, 9; Prince McDaniel of East Central and Anfernee Hampton of Mississippi Gulf Coast, 8 each; Lafayette Rutledge of Southwest, 6; Andrew Riley of Jones County and Donte Watson of Copiah-Lincoln, 4 each; and LeDerrius Simmons of Southwest, 3.
Ralph Moore of Hinds coached the South men.
A replay of both games is available at holmesccmedia.com.