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Posted on Monday, November 20, 2017 at 3:20 pm

 

November 7
Girls
North-47 Monteagle-0
The North Lady Warriors took a commanding victory over the Lady Hornets. Jalie Ruehling led the Lady Warriors with 13 points. Kailtlyn Kirby was right behind her with 12 points. Kaylee Smartt had eight points. Carlee Smartt and Wrylee McDaniel both scored six points each and Kynadee Smartt scored two points.
Coalmont-53 Tracy-10
The Lady Rebels came out hot with a 30-5 lead at halftime and never looked back as they defeated the Lady Eagles. Abigail Childers had a big night for the Lady Rebels scoring 22 points. Jordan McCullough had seven points. Charlsie Campbell and Kacie Shelton each scored six points. Olivia Nunley, Kylee Whited and Tori Meadows all had four points each. Abby Nunley scored five points for the Lady Eagles including a three. Tori Anderson and Maddy Shrum had two points each. Elizabeth Parvin tossed in one point.
Swiss-20 Pelham-16
The Lady Wildcats got the win in a close game with the Lady Tigers. Briley Dempsey scored seven points for the Lady Wildcats. Jaycie Grooms followed with five points. Maggie Baskin and Alissa Dodson scored four each. Kati Davidson and Tori Taylor scored six points each for the Lady Tigers. Stevie King and Haivenly Doss had two points each.
SAS-30 Palmer-10
The Lady Mountain Lions picked up a win over the Lady Bulldogs. Lakin Laurendine led the Lady Mountain Lions with 16 points. Madison King followed with 12 points. Lucy Cassell had two points. Sophie Layne scored six points and Maci Freeman had four points for the Lady Bulldogs.
Boys
Monteagle-36 North-27
After a close first half, the Hornets came out with a big second half to seal the victory over the Warriors. Jacob Church and Hunter Hanner led the way for the Hornets with 12 points each. Luke Meeks had six points. Riley Hammond, Caden Rose and Gauge Foshee all scored two points each. Kaleb Hartenstein led the Warriors with 12 points. Luke Rymer scored nine points. Peyton Huntley and Jarod Huntley each had two points. Isaac Campbell and Aiden Lusk tossed in one point each.
SAS-47 Palmer-24
The Mountain Lions got their first win defeating the Bulldogs. Elijah Seavey led the Mountain Lions with 19 points. Mac Croom had six points. Cecil Rodgers scored five points. Rylan Thomas had four points. Ethan Hargis, Cason Harmon and Raulston Barrett all scored three points each. Colin DeLorme and Ryan Ostrowski tossed in two points each. Levi Nance led the Bulldogs with 11 points. Paul Allen Wise followed with seven points. Bailey Totherow scored three points. Braden Hornbuckle had two points and Gunner Meeks tossed in one point.
Tracy-30 Coalmont-27
Tied at the end of the third, the Eagles pulled off the victory against the Rebels. Jr. Crisp led the Eagles with 13 points. Brendan Marsh followed with seven points. Tyler Byers scored four points. Sam Parson and Brooks Gudger both had three points. Austin Higgins had nine points for the Rebels. Jathan Yokley was right behind him with eight points. LahDonte Wiseman scored four points. Luke Henry, Xander Jackson and Ian Shrum all had two points each.
Swiss-51 Pelham-34
The Wildcats had hot shooting as they defeated the Tigers. Jordan Nance led the Wildcats with 20 points. Jacob Partain followed with 17 points. Dawson Misiolek scored 10 points and Clay Parker added four points. Chase Layne had a huge night for the Tigers leading all scorers with 31 points. Justin Jacobs had three points.
November 9
Girls
SAS-28 Pelham-8
The Lady Mountain Lions picked up their third win defeating the Lady Tigers. Lakin Laurendine led the Lady Mountain Lions with 14 points. Madison King scored six points. Hadley Hale had four points. Lucy Cassell and Nailah Hamilton each had two points. Kati Davidson scored four points for the Lady Tigers. Stevie King and Haivenly Doss both tossed in two points.
North-33 Tracy-3
The Lady Warriors had another dominating game against the Lady Eagles. Jalie Ruehling led the Lady Warriors with 15 points. Kaylee Smartt had seven points. Kaitlyn Kirby contributed six points. Mia Lusk scored three points. Wrylee McDaniel tossed in two points and Carlee Smartt had one point. Diamond Finney scored three points for the Lady Eagles.
Coalmont-52 Monteagle-13
The Lady Rebels are proving to be a tough contender in the Big 8. Abigail Childers had the hot hand for the Lady Rebels with 16 points. Jordan McCullough followed with 11 points. Kylee Whited had 10 points. Charlsie Campbell scored nine points. Allyson Dickerson contributed four points and Kacie Shelton tossed in two points. Breezy Rollins scored nine points for the Lady Eagles. Kendal Winton and Kyla Colston both had two points each.
Boys
Pelham-48 SAS-26
The Tigers picked up a win at home as they beat the Mountain Lions by 22 points. Chase Layne led the Tigers with 18 points. Lynden King followed with 16 points. Reagan Hershman and Hunter O’neal had four points each. Peyton Price, Justin Jacobs and Michael Rollins all scored two points each. Mac Croon led the Mountain Lions with 14 points. Kyler Carrtrell scored four points. Elijah Seavey had three points. Gus Croom and Collin DeLorne each scored two points. Raulston Barnett tossed in one point.
Tracy-41 North-36
The Eagles and the Warriors gave the fans a close and exciting game as the Eagles claimed the victory. Brendan Marsh scored 11 points for the Eagles. Jr. Crisp followed with nine points. Sam Parson had eight points. Tyler Byers contributed with seven points. Brooks Gudger scored six points. Kaleb Hartenstein led the Warriors with 13 points. Peyton Huntley had 11 points. Jarod Huntley scored eight points. Isaac Campbell and Jamie Larrazolo each tossed in two points.
Monteagle-43 Coalmont-25
The undefeated Hornets get their third win against the Rebels. Jacob Church had a big night for the Hornets leading the way with 24 points. Hunter Hanner scored eight points. Ethan Myers had four points. Luke Meeks had three points. Gauge Foshee and Evan Myers each tossed in two points. Austin Higgins and Jonathan Yokley both had seven points for the Rebels. Luke Henry scored five points. Ian Shrum had four points and Allen Garcia tossed in two points.