The Ringgold Middle School girls completed a 9-0 run in the NGAC and wrapped up the regular season league title and the No. 1 seed for the conference tournament for a second straight year with a 55-22 victory at Saddle Ridge on Tuesday.

Ringgold led 18-6 in the first quarter, but Saddle Ridge battled back to get within four points of the lead before halftime. However, the Lady Tigers would pull away in the second half.

Kinsley Forscutt had 13 points in the win. Allie Massengale added 11, while Braylee Raby and Tori Epps had six points apiece. Kayla Lopez finished with five points. Eryn Epps, Brooke Baldwin and Kinsey Miller all had four, while Emma Stephenson wrapped up the scoring with two points.

Raven Yancy had 13 points and three rebounds for the Lady Mustangs, followed by four points and four rebounds from Avery Jenkins, three points and three boards by Olivia Acuff and two points and eight rebounds by Alivia Hughes.

Macee Casteel grabbed eight boards and Olivia Free recorded three, while Alesia Leaks, Ryleigh Ramey and Lanie Hamilton each had one.

Results of the boys' game were not available as of press time.

Gordon Lee girls 47, Chattanooga Valley 30

Down 24-23 at halftime, the Lady Trojans enjoyed a spirited second-half comeback to pick up the victory on Eighth Grade Recognition Night in Chickamauga.

Abby Logan and E.G. Hixon had 15 and 14 points, respectively, for Gordon Lee. Macartney Angel had six points, followed by four from Tenslee Wilson and two by Kynleigh Custer.

The final two points came with 90 seconds to go as eighth grader Hallie Bassham entered the game and knocked down a 18-foot baseline jumper, much to the delight of her teammates and the Gordon Lee student section.

Georgia Mae Anderson scored 10 points for the Lady Eagles. Mylee Howard had seven points. Emma Fowler finished with five. JaMiah Lewis scored four, while two each from Maddi Champagne and Bralie Blevins rounded out the scoring.

Gordon Lee boys 46, Chattanooga Valley 43

Down 13-2 after one quarter and trailing 21-14 at halftime, the Eagles erased the deficit and went into the fourth quarter knotted up at 32 apiece.

However, the Trojans would outscore the Eagles 14-10 in the final period to pull out the victory.

Sam Sartin had 16 points, eight rebounds, two assists and a steal for Gordon Lee. Parker Scott added 14 points, four rebounds and two assists. Jackson Scali scored four points, dished out three assists and added one rebound and one steal, while Aiden Goodwin also had four points to go with four assists, three steals and one block.

Troy Phillips had three points and grabbed two boards. Dustin Day had three points and three boards, while Ty Thompson rounded out the stats with two points, two rebounds and two assists.

Carter Myers and Jamie Hinton each had nine points to set the pace for CVMS. Holden Lyons added seven points. Jaishon McLin finished with six and Josh Langston added four.

The Eagles' scoring was completed by three points from Isaiah Price, two each from Aiden Russell and Eli Massey, and one from Jamarcus Lewis.

LaFayette girls 35, Rossville 5

Ella Webb poured in 18 points, including a pair of 3-pointers, as the Lady Ramblers picked up a home win.

Liberty Griffin and Rosie Fuentes scored four each. Kylia VanPelt, Emma Parker and Zoey Day had two apiece and Emily Maanum added one.

Lacy Moyer had three points on one long-range shot for the Lady Bulldogs, while Briannah Carson had two points.

LaFayette boys 57, Rossville 26

Isaiah McKenize paced the Ramblers with 20 points in the final game of the night. Julian Lees had 13 points and Kole Worley added 10. The remainder of the scoring featured seven from Tucker Crowe, three from Tristan Toss and two apiece from Asaiah Morton and Caden Carpenter.

Franklin Wilson scored eight for the Bulldogs, followed by six from Jamarion Burks and five from Hunter Arnold.

Heritage girls 31, Dade 24

The Lady Generals got 15 points from Macie Collins and 12 from Natalie Vaughn as they held off the Lady Wolverines in an NGAC contest in Boynton. Kellie Boehm and Ema Tanner each had two points in the victory.

Lakeview girls 48, Trion 17

Christen Collins had 18 points and Mercedes Thompson finished with 12 as the Lady Warriors rolled to an easy win over visiting Trion.

Payton Rolfe and Micha Valdes each finished with four points. Marissa Moreland, Makia Matthews and Rebekah Howe each scored two, while Bryleigh Gray and Hope Alexander had one point apiece in the win.

Scott Herpst is sports editor for the Walker County Messenger in LaFayette, Ga., and Catoosa County News in Ringgold, Ga.

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