A 13-3 advantage in the opening quarter gave the Chattanooga Valley Lady Eagles all the cushion they would need as they scored a 45-19 victory at Rossville on Thursday.
Dasia Watkins had a dozen points for the visitors, followed by Jenna Morgan with seven. Madison Lennon, Annabel Hill and Asia Silmon each picked up six points. Lexie Young chipped in with four, while Halie Thompson scored two.
Rossville got six points on a pair of 3-pointers from McKenzie Miller. Allyson Morris finished with five points. Jada Awala added four. Hannah Dodd scored two, while Alexis Justice and Makayla Cope each contributed one point.
Rossville boys 66, Chattanooga Valley 50
The Bulldogs led 41-19 at halftime, saw the Eagles trim the gap to seven in the early stages of the fourth quarter and pulled away late to score the victory.
Zack Harrison, Mike Carpenter and Chris Maddeaux had 18 points each for the Bulldogs. Carpenter added 10 boards, while Chase Watkins finished with eight points, seven rebounds and seven assists.
Rossville's seven wins this season are the most for the program in the last six years.
K'yan Clark had 13 points for the Eagles (3-8), followed by Lamarcus Bailey and Amarreon Turner with 10 each. Logan Montgomery finished with eight points and Izaac Bryant had seven.
Dade County girls 46, Gordon Lee 25
The Lady Trojans were limited to single digits in all four quarters Thursday afternoon as they lost just their third game of the year, this time to visiting Dade County, who earned a sweep of the regular season series.
Skye Alexander had seven points to pace the Lady Trojans (9-3), followed by Emma McGraw with six, Macy Sharp with five, Emma Langston with four and Emma Phillips with three.
No details on the boys' game had been provided as of press time.
Ringgold girls 35, Lakeview 16
The Lady Tigers (14-2, 12-0) got balanced scoring in a win over their longtime rivals.
Drew Burke led the way with 10 points, followed by Addi Broome with seven and Baileigh Pitts and Taylor Layne with six each. Sydney Cantrell, Tahj Griggs and Hannah Scott each had two points apiece.
Ringgold boys 32, Lakeview 26
The Tigers completed the sweep in the nightcap. No individual scoring details had been provided as of press time.
Saddle Ridge girls 50, LaFayette 29
Mykeria Johnson had another big night for the Lady Mustangs (7-6, 5-6) with 26 points, 10 rebounds and five steals. Johnson had five 3-pointers, including two that beat the buzzer, while FanTasja Barber made her presence felt with 15 points, four boards and three steals.
Lexi Baker dropped in four points and added six boards and a steal. Haynie Gilstrap collected two points, four steals and one rebounds, while two points from Sara Pendley and one from Haven Yancy rounded out the scoring. Samantha Cramer was also praised for her work on the defensive end of the floor.
In the boys' game, Junior Barber had 16 points, four assists and three steals for the newly-minted division champions Ramblers in their win. Kendal Culbreth had eight points and two rebounds, while Aidan Hadaway finished with seven points, two assists and two boards.
Jaylon Ramsey had a solid stat line with four points, six assists, five rebounds and five steals. Cade Fisher added four points, four boards, two assists and two steals, while Chase Landon had four points and three rebounds.
Chase Dillinger finished with three points and two boards. Gray Payton had two points, six assists and a pair of rebounds, while Kobe Weaver, Jordan Kennerly and Skylar Cepeda each added two points for LaFayette (14-2).
Individual scoring for the Mustangs had not been provided as of press time.
Heritage boys 54, Trion 25
The Generals (12-5) pulled away early and led 33-10 at intermission. Marcus Fortson had 13 points to set the pace for the Navy-and-Red, followed by Marcus Hagler with eight, Carson Green and Bryce Travillian with six, Kaden Swope and Collin Swearingin with five, Donnie Nepp with three, Cecil Bussey, Ty Loveless and Hayden Hall with two and Jacob Lozano and Donte Harris with one each.
The Lady Generals also won their game, but no further details had been provided as of press time.
OCA girls 13, St. Jude 12
The Lady Eagles got seven points from Avery Green to win a low-scoring affair at home. Mana Gilchrist, Cheyenne Simpson and McKenley Baggett each had two points in the win.