North 45 – Pelham 3
Jalie Ruelhing led the Lady Warriors to victory with 19 points. Kaylee Smartt had seven points. Lacie Woodlee scored six points. Carlee Smartt and Wrylee McDaniel had four points each. Caitlin Kirby had three points and Anniston Brady scored two points. Katie Davidson had two points for Pelham and Heavenee Parks had one.
Coalmont 49 – Palmer 28
Abigail Childers led the Lady Rebels with 20 points. Jordan McCullough followed with 12 points. Kylee Whited scored nine points and Charlsie Campbell had eight points. For the Lady Bulldogs, Sophie Layne led with 12 points. Maci Freeman followed with 11 points. Kasadee Crabtree scored three points and Shanea Wideman had two points.
Swiss 30 – Monteagle 29
It was a close game the entire four quarters. The Lady Wildcats pulled off the one point victory over the Lady Hornets. Maggie Baskin led the Lady Wildcats with ten points. Briley Dempsey and Peyton Meeks followed with nine points each. Kimber Thomas had two points. Breezy Rollins led the Lady Hornets with 11 points. Kathryn Lusk followed with nine points. Kendal Winton scored five points and Mallorie Meeks had four points.
SAS 22 – Tracy 4
Lakin Laurendine again led the Lady Mountain Lions to victory with 16 points. Madison King, Lucy Cassell and Nailah Hamilton all scored two points each. Torie Anderson and Angelia Sanders scored two points each for the Lady Eagles.
Pelham 36 – North 32
The Tigers picked up the win in a close game with the Warriors. Lynden King led the Tigers with 16 points. Peyton Price followed with ten points. Justin Jacobs scored six points. Chase Layne had two points. Michael Rollins and Hunter O’neal had one point each. Peyton Huntley led the Wariors with eight points. Luke Rymer followed with seven points. Jarrod Huntley and Lucas Campbell scored five points each. Jagger Brady had four points. Jaime Larrazolo scored two points and Isaac Campbell tossed in one point.
Palmer 34 – Coalmont 33
Tied at the half, the Bulldogs pulled off the win over the Rebels. Bailey Totherow led the Bulldogs with 14 points. Levi Nance followed with nine points. Braden Hornbuckle had seven points. Austin Higgins led the Rebels with 14 points. Luke Henry scored eight points. Zander Jackson had seven points and Jathan Yokely scored four points.
Swiss 48 – Monteagle 45
The Swiss Wildcats trailed the entire game until they made a run in the fourth to take the victory over the Hornets. Jordan Nance led the Wildcats with 20 points. Dawson Misiolek followed with 15 points. Jacob Partain scored six points. Ian Stotts had five points. Matt Borne scored two points. Jacob Church led the Hornets with 22 points. Hunter Hanner had seven points. Riley Taylor scored six points. Caden Rose and Riley Hammond had four points each. Gauge Foshee scored two points.
SAS 37 – Tracy 35
The Eagles were leading by one at the half. The SAS Mountain regained the lead in the third and kept it the rest of the game to get the win. Mac Croom led the Mountain Lions with 20 points. Ethan Hargis scored six points. Cason Harmon had four points. Rylan Thomas scored three points. Kyler Cantrell and Cecil Rodgers had two points each. Tyler Byers led the Eagles with 19 points. Zachary Carpenter had eight points. Brooks Gudger scored five points and Sam Parson had three points.
North 56 – Palmer 34
The North Lady Warriors remain undefeated and got their second win of the week defeating the Lady Bulldogs. Jalie Ruehling again led the Lady Warriors and all scorers with 27 points. Kaylee Smartt and Kaitlyn Kirby scored ten points each. Carlee Smartt had eight points and Wrylee McDaniel tossed in one point. Maci Freeman led the Lady Bulldogs with 14 points. Shanea Wideman followed with ten points. Sophie Layne scored seven points. Ayla Hoy had two points and Shaleigh Gipson tossed in one point.
Swiss 35 – Tracy 9
Briley Dempsey led the way for the Lady Wildcats with 15 points. Peyton Meeks had six points. Jaycie Grooms and Maggie Baskin scored five points each. Kimber Thomas and Hailey Smith had two points each. Diamond Finney had four points for the Lady Eagles. Angelia Sanders and Abby Nunley scored two points each and Shelby Nunley tossed in one point.
SAS 33 – Monteagle 28
The Lady Mountain Lions were leading 24-7 at halftime. The Lady Hornets made a run in the second half but it wasn’t enough to overcome the deficit. Lakin Kaurendine led SAS with 23 points. Madison King scored six points. Riley Burnette had two points and Sophia Carlos tossed in one point. Kathryn Lusk led MES with ten points. Kendal Winton followed with seven points. Breezy Rollins scored six points and Cassie Ladd had two points.
Coalmont 42 – Pelham 9
Abigail Childers led the Lady Rebels with 19 points. Jordan McCullough followed with 11 points. Charlsie Campbell had five points. Graycee Meeks hit a three pointer. Kylee Whited and Allyson Dickerson scored two points each. Emily had seven points for the Lady Tigers and Katie Davidson had two.
North 35 – Palmer 33
The Bulldogs kept it close the entire game but couldn’t take the lead from the Warriors. Kaleb Hartenstein led the Warriors with 12 points. Jarod Huntley scored six points. Isaac Campbell scored five points. Lucas Campbell, Jagger Brady, and Jaime Larrazolo all scored four points each. Levi Nance led the Bulldogs with 12 points. Gunner Meeks followed with nine points. Bailey Totherow scored eight points and Paul Allen Wise had four points.
Tracy 37 – Swiss 28
The Eagles put an end to the Wildcats winning streak with a 37-28 victory. Sam Parson led the Eagles hitting three threes and scoring 13 points. Jr Crisp scored eight points including a three. Alex Parson had six points. Tyler Byers scored five points. Landon Hill hit a three pointer and Brenden Marsh scored two points. Jordan Nance led the Wildcats with 14 points. Jacob Partain followed with eight points. Clay Parker, Matt Borne, and Ian Stotts scored two points each.