Swiss 30 – Pelham 29
It was a close and exciting game the whole four quarters. The game was tied at the end of each quarter until the Lady Wildcats pulled off a one point win in the fourth. Maggie Baskin led the Lady Wildcats with 24 points. Jaycie Grooms had four points and Kimber Thomas scored two points.
Stevie Kind led the Lady Tigers with nine points. Torri Taylor followed with eight points. Heavenee Parks scored six points. Chloe Wenger had three points. Emily Hill scored two points and Haivenly Doss tossed in a point.
SAS 27 – Palmer 26
The Lady Bulldogs came up short falling to the Lady Mountain Lions by one point. Lakin Laurendine led the way for SAS with 16 points. Madison King scored nine points. Lucy Cassell had two points.
Maci Freeman had nine points for the Lady Bulldogs. Sophie Layne scored eight points. Shanea Wideman had seven points and Kasadee Crabtree tossed in two points.
Coalmont 43 – Tracy 10
The Lady Rebels picked up another win defeating the Lady Eagles. Abigail Childers led the Lady Rebels with 22 points. Jordan McCullough scored seven points. Charlsie Campbell had six points. Olivia Nunley and Kylee Whited scored four points each.
Shelby Nunley scored five points for the Lady Eagles. Diamond Finney had three points and Electra Parson had two points.
Pelham 54 – Swiss 45
The Tigers gave the Wildcats their second loss of the season. Chase Layne led the Tigers with 20 points. Lynden King followed with 14 points. Justin Jacobs scored ten points. Regan Hershman and Peyton Price had four points each. Hunter O’neal tossed in two points.
Jordan Nance led the Wildcats with 12 points. Jacob Partain and Matt Borne scored nine points each. Ian Stotts had eight points. Clay Parker scored six points. Ethan Meeks tossed in one point.
Palmer 46 – SAS 44
Tied 18-18 at the half, the Bulldogs pulled of the win over the Mountain Lions. Bailey Totherow led the Bulldogs with 15 points. Braden Hornbuckle followed with 11 points. Levi Nance had ten points. Paul Allen Wise scored eight points and Gunner Meeks had two points.
Mac Croom led the Mountain Lions with 25 points. Elijah Seavey followed with 11 points. Ryan Ostrowski had four points. Spears Askew and Cason Harmon scored two points each.
Tracy 25 – Coalmont 19
The Eagles notched another win as they defeated the Rebels. Sam Parson led the Eagles with 12 points. Tyler Byers scored six points. Brooks Gudger had three points. Brendan Marsh and Jr Crisp scored two points each.
Austin Higgins led the Rebels with seven points. Luke Henry followed with six points. Jathan Yokley scored four points and Xander Jackson had two points.
Monteagle 48 –
The Warriors were up 28-30 at the half but the Hornets had a big fourth quarter to take the lead and the win. Jacob Church led the Hornets and all scorers with 32 points. Gauge Foshee and Hunter Hanner scored six points each. Riley Hammond and Riley Taylor had two points each.
Kaleb Hartenstein and Luke Rymer both had 15 points each for the Warriors. Jarod Huntley followed with 11 points. Isaac Campbell scored three points and Peyton Huntley had two points.
North 63 – Tracy 7
Jalie Ruehling led the Lady Warriors to another win with 24 points. Kaylee Smartt followed with 15 points. Wrylee McDaniel scored seven points. Kaitlyn Kirby and Carlee Smartt had six points each. Lacie Woodlee scored four points and Jocelyn Partin tossed in one point.
Maddy Shrum, Diamond Finney, and Shelby Nunley all had two points each for the Lady Eagles and Elizabeth Parvin tossed in one point.
North 38 – Tracy 30
The Warriors and the Eagles battled out a close game with the Warriors taking the lead in the fourth quarter for the win. Kaleb Hartenstein led the Warriors with 13 points. Jarod Huntley followed with six points. Isaac Campbell and Luke Rymer had five points each. Lucas Campbell scored four points. Peyton Huntley had three points and Jaime Larrazolo scored two points.
Tyler Byers led the Eagles with nine points. Sam Parson followed with eight points. Jr Crisp was right behind them with seven points. Landon Hill, Zachary Carpenter, and Brendan Marsh all scored two points each.