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Posted on Wednesday, November 22, 2017 at 10:31 am

November 13
Girls
North-52 SAS-18
The Lady Warriors continue their winning streak beating the Lady Mountain Lions. The Lady Warriors jumped off to a big lead in the first and continued to control the rest of the game. Kaylee Smartt led the Lady Warriors with 24 points. Following her was Jalie Ruehling with 18 points. Kaitlynn Kirby scored 6 points and Carlee Smartt and Alexis King both had 2 points. Lakin Laurendine again led the Lady Mountain Lions with nine points. Lacy Cassell scored seven points and Madison King had 2 points.
Coalmont–50 Swiss–13
The Lady Rebels hit the court hot outscoring the Lady Wildcats 21-3 in the first period. Abigail Childers had the hot hand for the Lady Rebels scoring 26 points. Jordan McCullough followed with 11 points. Charlsie Campbell scored four points. Graycee Meeks hit a three. Olivia Nunley, Kylee Whited, and Allyson Dickerson all had 2 points each. Jaycie Grooms and Alissa Dodson had four points each for the Lady Wildcats. Peyton Meeks and Briley Dempsey contributed two points each and Maggie Baskin tossed in one point.
Palmer-38 Monteagle-24
The Lady Bulldogs picked up a win defeating the Lady Hornets. Maci Freeman had a huge night scoring 32 points for the Lady Bulldogs. Sophie Layne had six points. Kendal Winton had seven points for the Lady Hornets. Breezy Rollins and Kathryn Lusk both scored six points each. Chloe Dykes scored three points and Kyla Colston tossed in two points.
Boys
SAS-50 North-47
Tied at the half, the Mountain Lions eased their way past the Warriors with a three point win. Mac Croom led the Mountain Lions with 16 points. Ethan Hargis followed with 11 points. Elijah Seavey scored nine points. Gus Croom had five points. Kyler Cantrell put in four points. Ryan Thomas scored three points and Cason Harmon had two points. Kaleb Hartenstein had a big night for the Warriors with 19 points. Peyton Huntley followed with 11 points. Jarod Huntley scored eight points. Isaac Campbell had seven points and randy Fults tossed in two points.
Tracy-63 Pelham-59
Down by ten at the end of the third period, the Tigers came back to tie the game sending it to the first overtime of the night. In the first overtime, both teams scored nine points sending the game to a second overtime. The Eagles, outscoring the tigers by four, claimed the victory in a very exciting game. Sam Parson led the Eagles with 19 points. Tyler Byers was right behind him with 15 points. Alex Parson contributed with seven points. Brendan Marsh, Landon Hill, and Jr Crisp all had six points each. Zach Carpenter had four points. Lynden King had the hot hand for the Tigers with 23 points. Chase Layne followed with 19 points. Peyton Price had eight points. Reagan Hershman scored three points and Hunter O’neal tossed in two points.
Swiss-51 Coalmont-25
The defending Big 8 champs are showing they are again a tough team to compete with. The Wildcats took a commanding 24-0 lead in the first period of play. Dawson Misiolek led the Wildcats with ten points. Jordan Nance followed with nine points including a three. Jacob Partain scored eight points. Matt Borne, Jonathan Nolan, and Dylan Sanders all had four points each. Alex Cranfill nailed a three pointer. Ethan Meeks tossed in three points. Ian Stotts, Hunter Green, and Tristan Rollins all had two points each. Jathan Yokley led the Rebels with eleven points. Austin Higgins was right behind him with ten points. L. Wiseman and KJ Layne both had two points each.
November 16
Girls
Coalmont-57 Palmer-10
Abigail Childers had another big night leading the Lady Rebels to victory with 26 points. Jordan McCullough offered plenty of help with 16 points. Allyson Dickerson and Elyssa Bell both scored four points each. Charlsie Campbell, Kylee Whited, and Graycee Meeks all had two points each. Kacey Shelton tossed in one point.