Both the Gordon Lee and Lakeview failed to score a single point in the fourth quarter on Tuesday, but the visiting Trojans outscored the Warriors in the extra session, 9-4, to score a 35-30 road victory.
Lakeview led 12-9 after a low-scoring first half, before Gordon Lee outscored Lakeview in the third quarter, 17-14, to knot the game up at 26 apiece.
Jake Poindexter led the Navy-and-White once again, dropping in 14 points to go with five rebounds. Will Carswell added nine points and grabbed five rebounds as Gordon Lee improved to 6-1 on the season.
Gordon Lee girls 38, Lakeview 7
The night's first game saw Emoree Rogers pour in 15 points as the Lady Trojans (3-4) snapped a two-game slide.
Emma Minghini had eight points in the win, followed by Maddison Farrow with six, Marianne Beliveau with five and Sidney Gasaway and Emma Langston with two each.
Dade County boys 40, Chattanooga Valley 35
The Eagles fell to 1-5 after a road loss in Trenton. King Mason had 10 points, while Kobe Lewis finished with seven. Nate Davis, Nate Montgomery and Amarreon Turner were defensive standouts for CVMS.
Dade County girls 40, Chattanooga Valley 20
The opener saw the Lady Eagles drop to 4-3 on the season. D'asia Watkins had six points and three steals in the loss. Macie Boren and Emma McGraw had four points each, while Annabel Hill collected seven rebounds and four blocks.
Rossville boys 47, Saddle Ridge 36
The Bulldogs (2-5) jumped out to a 17-3 lead after the first quarter on Tuesday, only to see the Mustangs (0-7) fight back to pull within eight (26-18) at intermission.
Chris Bell had 22 points for Saddle Ridge. Brent Minor added seven and J.T. Cunningham finished with three. Anthony Collins and Gabe Kirkendoll had two points each.
Individual scoring for Rossville was not provided as of press time.
Saddle Ridge girls 31, Rossville 11
Tuesday's opener led 14-0 at halftime and moved to 4-3 with the victory.
LaTyah Barber had a team-high 13 points for the Lady Mustangs to go with six steals and four rebounds. Haley Stahl had five points and three steals, while Sam Cramer also added five points.
Other contributors included Madi Ashley (4 points, 5 rebounds), Grace Hamilton (2 points, 1 steal) and Imani Cook (2 points, 2 rebounds, 1 steal).
Individual scoring for the Lady Bulldogs (0-7) was not provided as of press time.