Hampton 98, West Greene 70
The Bulldogs jumped out early and never looked back.
Hampton held a 27-19 lead at the end of the first and maintained a 57-48 advantage at the break.
From there, Hampton pushed the lead out and never looked back.
Cadon Buckles had 39 points to lead Hampton. Michael Anspaugh and Hayden Campbell had 12 points aiece, while Geno Carrico had 10 points.
Ethan Turner led WG with 26 points.
Happy Valley 69, Cloudland 51
The Warriors used a big third quarter to get some breathing room and then held on for the win over the ‘Landers.
In a game that featured 61 fouls, it was a battle from the opening tip. HV led 13-11 after a quarter of play, and maintained a 30-20 lead at the half.
Cloudland continued to battle, but HV was able to extend the lead and keep CHS at bay.
James Murray led HV with 21 points, while Colby Chausse had 16 points. Tucker Shoun and Dakota Grindstaff added nine and eight points, respectively.
Dylan McClellan had 12 points to pace Cloudland. Eli Morgan tossed in 10 points.
Ryan Sexton and Jacob Stout had nine points apiece.
Chuckey-Doak 75, Unaka 65
The Rangers were unable to rally late against the Black Knights.
Landon Ramsey had 19 points to lead Unaka, while Marcus Shomaker added 17 points. Mason Wilson tossed in 15 points for the Rangers.
Christian Derry had 28 points for Chuckey-Doak.
Hampton 62, West Greene 40
The Lady Bulldogs pulled away in the second half to take a win on Thursday night.
After leading by 10 at the break, Hampton held WG to just nine points in the third quarter while scoring 26 to take full control of the game.
Macy Henry tallied 22 points to lead Hampton, while Madi McClain added 12 points. Taylor Berry and Piper Helle recorded 10 points apiece.
Cloudland 47, Happy Valley 29
Cloudland jumped out early and never looked back.
The Lady ‘Landers held a 24-12 halftime advantage and limited HV in the second half to take a win over the homestanding Lady Warriors.
Ella Benfield had 15 points to pace Cloudland. Saharra McKinney and Ryan Turbyfill had 13 and 10 points, respectively.
HV was paced by Kadie Bailey’s 15 points, while Marcida Moore had nine points.
Chuckey-Doak 61, Unaka 53
Lyndie Ramsey etched her name into the Unaka record books on Thursday night.
Ramsey used a 30-point night to become the all-time scorer in program history. She finished the with 2,206 career points surpassing Angie Peters.
Unaka, however, was held to just three points in the third quarter and was unable to battle back in the final eight minutes.
Emma Taylor and Hannah Yontz had six points apiece.
Faith Yoakley led Chuckey-Doak with 14 points.