The Heritage Lady Generals put five players in double figures on Saturday and outgunned the Ringgold Lady Tigers, 69-51, in a non-region game at Heritage.
Ringgold led 14-9 after one quarter, but Heritage (12-6) would erupt offensively in the second and third stanzas. They put up 31 points in the second quarter and followed up with a 23-point outburst in the third to take control of the game for good.
The Lady Generals connected on nine 3-pointers, four by Sarah Bandy, who finished with 12 points. Ansley Bice led all scorers with 16 points. Emily Wiley finished with 15, while Reagan Armour and Ariana Camp each had 10 points. Nicole Fine had six points on a pair of threes.
Kaylee Womack paced Ringgold (8-9) with 15 points. Sydney Pittman had nine points to go with eight steals and six assists, while Rachel Akers ended her night with eight points.
In the boys' game, the Tigers led by as many as six points twice in the first half. However, the Generals would absolutely dominate in the second half as they went on to a 56-36 victory in the county rivalry game.
Heritage (10-8) led 28-24 with just under four minutes to play in the third quarter. What followed was a 23-2 run by the home team that saw them take a 25-point lead with just under four minutes to play in the fourth quarter.
Ringgold (13-5) went nearly six minutes in the fourth quarter before finally getting back on the scoreboard.
Will Allen had 20 points, including four 3-pointers for Heritage. Three of those treys came in the third quarter. Luke Grant added 16 points and Cole Wilcox finished with 11.
Jackson House had 10 points for Tigers, followed by Corey Johnson with eight and Logan Hullender with seven. Ringgold was also without forward Cade Nayadley, one of its top scores and inside players, who sat out with an injury.