Tuesday Round-up: Hampton Sweeps Johnson Co., Happy Valley Falls



Hampton 88, Johnson County 45 (girls)
The Lady Bulldogs jumped out early and never looked back.

Hampton jumped out to a 10-0 lead in the opening quarter and rolled to a 26-14 lead after a quarter of play. The Lady Bulldogs kept the pressure on in the second quarter and took a 49-26 lead at the half.

From there, it continued to be all Hampton.

Linsey Jenkins had 16 points to lead the Lady Bulldogs, while Piper Helle and Madi McClain had 14 points a piece. Macy Henry and Taylor Berry each had 11 points.

Chuckey-Doak 47, Happy Valley 46 (girls)
The Lady Warriors fell on the wrong side of a heartbreaker on Tuesday night.

HV saw the Lady Black Knights hit a pair of free throws with eight seconds left to take the win.

It was a back-and-forth battle the entire night as HV held a 27-22 halftime lead.

Chuckey-Doak rallied in the third to take the lead going to the fourth where the teams traded shots down the stretch.

Kadie Bailey led the way with 17 points, while Mailey Guy had 12 points.
Cayden Anderson added nine points.

Hampton 70, Johnson County 67 (boys)
The Bulldogs held off a second-half charge to take a win over the Longhorns.

After Hampton took an 11-7 lead into the second quarter, the Bulldogs saw Cadon Buckles provide a spark with 10 points in the second quarter to power HHS to a 40-24 halftime advantage.

The Longhorns, however, cut into the lead methodically throughout the second half, but Hampton was able to make key shots down the stretch to secure the win.

Buckles led Hampton with 23 points, while Hayden Campbell had 22 points. Geno Carrico had 13 points.

Chuckey-Doak 76, Happy Valley 28 (boys)
Happy Valley was unable to keep pace with a hot-shooting Chuckey-Doak offense on Tuesday night.

The Warriors were able to stay in striking distance throughout the first quarter, but the Black Knights outscored Happy Valley 27-3 in the second to take full control.

TJ Good led HV with six points, while Dakota Grindstaff and Cole Deakins had five points.

Ron Parker finished with four points.


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