Coalmont 44 SAS 37
The Lady Mountain Lions put up a good fight against the Lady Rebels only trailing by two at the half. The Lady Rebels kept the lead in the second half getting the 44-37 victory.
Abigail Childers led the Coalmont Lady Rebels with 13 points. Jordan McCullough and Olivia Nunley followed with 10 points each. Charlsie Campbell scored nine points and Allyson Dickerson had two points.
Lakin Laurendine again led the SAS Lady Mountain Lions with 19 points. Madison King followed with 16 points. Riley Burnette scored two points.
North 40 Coalmont 36
The two top teams battled it out for the Lady Rebels 8th grade night. The Lady Rebels led 20-18 at the half. After three quarters of play, the Lady Warriors had taken a 30-27 lead. At the final buzzer, the North Lady Warriors had the 40-36 win.
Jalie Ruehling led the North Lady Warriors and all scorers with 22 points. Kaylee Smartt scored six points. Laci Woodlee and Wrylee McDaniel had four points each. Kaitlyn Kirby and Carlee Smartt scored two points each.
Abigail Childers and Jordan McCullough led the Coalmont Lady Rebels with nine points each. Charlsie Campbell followed with eight points. Olivia Nunley scored four points. Allyson Dickerson had three points and Kylee Whited tossed in one point.
Coalmont 50 North 32
The Rebels had the lead at halftime 22-15. Their scoring frenzy continued in the second half as they put the game out of reach for the Warriors and claimed a 50-32 victory.
Austin Higgins led the Coalmont Rebels with 27 points. Jathan Yokley scored 10 points. LahDonte Wiseman had five points. Xander Jackson scored four points. Luke Henry and KJay Lay had two points each.
Kaleb Hartenstein led the North Warriors with 10 points. Peyton Huntley followed with eight points. Jarod Huntley had five points. Luke Rymer scored four points. Randy Fults had three points and Lucas Campbell scored two points.
Swiss 36 SAS 27
The Wildcats came out with a 10-1 lead after one quarter and led at the half 22-13. The Mountain Lions kept the Wildcats scoreless in the third but only put up three points of their own. The Wildcats outscored the Mountain Lions in the fourth 14-11 giving them the 36-27 win.
Jordan Nance led the Swiss Wildcats 16 points. Dawson Misiolek followed with nine points. Ethan Meeks scored five points. Jacob Partain, Matt Borne, and Clay Parker all had two points each.
Mac Croom led the SAS Mountain Lions with 15 points. Ethan Hargis and Cecil Rodgers each hit a three pointer. Elijah Seavey and Ryan Ostrowski had two points each.