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Tuesday Round-up: Hampton Sweeps UH; Elizabethton, HV Fall On The Road

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Girls
Dobyns-Bennett 40, Elizabethton 39
The Lady Cyclones came out on the wrong side of a heartbreaker Tuesday night.

The Lady Indians scored with 32 seconds to play to take the win as EHS was unable to get a game-winner to fall in the closing seconds.

Elizabethton led 9-4 after the first quarter and maintained a 23-19 halftime advantage.

Lina Lyons had 14 points to pace the Orange and Black. Olivia Holly had 12 points.

Hampton 58, University High 20
The Lady Bulldogs jumped out early and never looked back.

Hampton took a 30-2 lead after a quarter of play to roll to the district win. HHS led 48-9 at the half.

Linsey Jenkins had 10 points to pace the Lady Bulldogs. Taylor Berry, Piper Helle, and Madi McClain had eight points apiece.

South Greene 59, Happy Valley 43
The Lady Warriors were unable to hold onto a halftime lead at South Greene.

HV maintained a 13-11 advantage after a quarter of play and then held a 22-21 lead at the break.

South Greene, however, used a big third quarter to take the lead and slowly pull away for the win.

Kenzie Ramey had 16 points to lead HV. Kadie Bailey added 10 points.

Boys
Hampton 64, University High 32
The Bulldogs cruised to a district win on Tuesday.

After leading 13-5 after the first quarter, Hampton outscored the Bucs 23-7 in the second quarter to take full control and never looked back.

Hayden Campbell had 12 points to lead Hampton, while Morgan Lyons added 11 points – including his 1,000th career point.

Caden Buckles added 10 points.

Dobyns-Bennett 88, Elizabethton 59
Elizabethton came up short on Tuesday in nonconference action.

The Cyclones were unable to overcome a big second quarter by the host Indians.

Nicholas Wilson scored 16 points to lead the Cyclones. Bryce Van Huss had 11 points for Elizabethton.

South Greene 81, Happy Valley 30
The Warriors were unable to keep pace with a hot-shooting Rebel team.

Donavan Maxwell had 10 points to lead the Warriors, while Dakota Grindstaff and Cole Deakins had six points apiece.

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