The annual Jingle Bell Classic tournament finished up Monday night with the North Lady Warriors finishing in third place, Coalmont Lady Rebels finishing in second place, and Morrison Lady Eagles finishing in first place. On the boys’ side, Dayton City finished in third place, North Warriors finished in second place, and Morrison Eagles finished in first place.
North 29 –
Dayton City 25
The Lady Warriors notched the win over Dayton City to take the win and the third place trophy. Carlee Smartt led North with 11 points. Jalie Ruehling followed with nine points. Kaylee Smartt had five points. Kaitlyn Kirby and Laci Woodlee scored two points each.
Chloe Adkin led Dayton City with ten points. Shelby Davis scored six points. Megan Stephens had four points. Bailey Kinney scored three points and Skye Tran had two points.
Morrison 44 – Coalmont 21
The Lady Eagles took first place defeating the Lady Rebels. Lia Wright led the Lady Eagles with 15 points. Gabby Monzon followed with 11 points. Brienne Kelsey had eight points. Lexi Whipple scored six points and Marcie Pope had four points.
Abigail Childers led the Lady Rebels with nine points. Charlsie Campbell followed with six points. Jordan McCullough scored four points and Olivia Nunley had two points.
Dayton City 59 – Pelham 25
Dayton City defeated the Tigers in the consolation game to take third place. Tyler Dupree led Dayton City with 19 points. Alijah Davis followed with 16 points. Michael Hill scored eight points. Rex Pendergrass and Lane Brooks had four points each. Liam Mare, Colten Miles, Brett Hurst, and Kyler Akin all had two points each.
Lyden King led the Tigers with 10 points. Chase Layne followed with nine points and Justin Jacobs scored six points.
Morrison 57 – North 24
The Eagles proved to be a tough team as they defeated the Warriors and taking home first place. Tyler Dunn led the way for the Eagles with 21 points. Hunter Musgrave followed with 12 points. Kaden Desmaris scored eight points. Parker Yates had five points. Caylon Driver and Lorenzo Hernandez scored four points each. Curlton George had three points.
Jarod Huntley led the Warriors with eight points. Kaleb Hartenstein scored five points. Peyton Huntley and Luke Rymer had four points each. Randy Fults scored three points.