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Hernando's Zuri Dunlap receives a commemorative basketball indicating her 1,000th career point, which she scored in a recent 60-32 victory over Center Hill. Dunlap (center) is joined (from left by head coach Daniel Forbes and principal Duane Case.  

Boys’ basketball

Hernando 56, Northpoint Christian 51 (Malik Wallace 24 to lead Hernando, Jorden Flowers 17 and C.J. Norfleet 16 to pace Northpoint Christian.)

Center Hill 90, Lake Cormorant 60 (Ken Lewis 31, Decorian Payton 20, Calvin Temple 18 for Center Hill, now 22-1 overall.)

Olive Branch 104, Lewisburg 47

Oxford 86, DeSoto Central 43

Marshall Academy 60, Magnolia Heights 49

Girls’ basketball

Hernando 54, Northpoint Christian 48 (Amara McKay 20 points led Northpoint Christian, Nekeyvia McKinzie scored 11, Zuri Dunlap and Abbey Harrison 10 points each for Hernando.)

Olive Branch 77, Lewisburg 11

Oxford 46, DeSoto Central 45

Magnolia Heights 54, Marshall Academy 50

Boys’ soccer

DeSoto Central 3, Southaven 1 (DeSoto Central clinches a playoff spot for the fourth straight year.)

Center Hill 10, Corinth 1 (Mustangs score six times in first half, now 14-1-1 for the season. Ivan Gonzalez, Ashton Taylor, Hart Smith and Braden Taylor each two goals for Center Hill.)

Lewisburg 4, Hernando 2

Heritage Academy 8, Magnolia Heights 0

Girls’ soccer

Southaven 2, DeSoto Central 1

Lewisburg 5, Hernando 0 (Lady Patriots score four times in the second half.)

Center Hill 4, Corinth 3 (Center Hill wins 3-1 in a shootout. Maggie Gaines with a three-goal hat trick for Center Hill, now 9-7 for the season.)

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