Happy Valley 57, Tennessee High 43 (girls)
Adrienne Henegar scored 30 points to power the Lady Warriors to a big win over the Lady Vikings.
HV jumped out to a 13-point lead in the first quarter and never looked back. Tiana Long had six points, while Bailey Ball, Shalyn Whitson and Olivia Absher tallied five points apiece. Emily Lunceford and Casey Campbell had four and two points, apiece.
The Lady Warriors improved to 2-0 on the season.
Elizabethton 56, Pigeon Forge 43 (boys)
The Cyclones used a balanced attack on Thursday night.
Elizabethton took a 21-13 lead at the end of the first quarter, and quickly extended it to 41-33 at the half. From there, EHS kept Pigeon Forge at bay for the win.
Sophomore Parker Hughes had 13 points, while Nico Ashley tallied 11 points. Brayden Phillips added 10 points to the EHS cause. Evan Perkins and Eric Wilson had seven and six points, respectively.
Hampton 87, Sullivan Central 59 (boys)
The Bulldogs got in a groove in the second quarter.
Hampton outscored the Cougars 29-9 in the second stanza to erase a two-point deficit after a quarter of play. The Bulldogs left no doubt in the third by extending the lead to 71-41 heading to the fourth quarter.
Morgan Lyons tallied 16 points to lead HHS, while Caleb Oaks added 15 points. Jordan Bentley scored 14 points. Matt Hughes and Rocky Croy had 11 and 10 points, respectively.
Sullivan Central 57, Hampton 37 (girls)
Hampton was able to overcome a slow start in the first quarter, but was unable to answer a late Central run.
After Sullivan Central took a 16-4 lead into the second quarter, the Lady Bulldogs answered as they closed the lead to 24-22 at the half. The teams traded buckets in the third quarter before Central took control with a 16-0 run to open the fourth quarter.
Stephanie Campbell tallied 27 points to lead the Lady Bulldogs.