Elizabethton 67, Pigeon Forge 43 (boys)
A short-handed Cyclone squad pulled away in the second half and never looked back.
Elizabethton – who was limited to seven players due to football – held a 23-18 lead at the half. In the third quarter, EHS outscored the Tigers 18-6 to seize control of the game.
Nico Ashley had 20 points to lead the way, while Nicholas Wilson had 13 points. Seth Carter and Brayden Phillips had eight and seven points, respectively.
Happy Valley 56, Sullivan North 19 (girls)
The Lady Warriors jumped out to a 12-4 lead in the first quarter and rolled to the victory.
A pair of Autumn Henegar 3-pointers helped set the tone in the first quarter, and Casey Campbell and Olivia Absher had seven points apiece in the second quarter to power HV to a 30-11 halftime lead.
Kadie Bailey led the way with 13 points for Happy Valley, while Absher finished with eight points.
Henegar and Campbell had seven points each.
Happy Valley 53, Sullivan North 39
The Warriors jumped out to a 19-5 lead and never looked back at Sullivan North. HV maintained a 34-16 lead at the half.
Noah Stevens scored 18 points to lead the way, while Dylan Wills scored 15. James Harmon tallied 15 points in the win.
Hampton 62, Sullivan Central 59 (boys)
The Bulldogs held on to take a tight win on the road.
Jordan Bentley tallied 13 points to lead the way, while Caleb Oaks and Matt Hughes had nine points.
Rocky Croy finished with eight points.
Sullivan Central 62, Hampton 30 (girls)
The Lady Bulldogs were unable to answer a second-quarter run on the road.
Hampton took an 8-6 lead after the first quarter, but the homestanding Lady Cougars outscored Hampton 18-5 in the second quarter. From there, the Lady Bulldogs were unable to battle back.
Linsey Jenkins had nine points to lead Hampton.