Hampton 61, University High 55 (boys)
The Bulldogs picked up a key District 1-A win on Tuesday night.
It was a back-and-forth battle through three quarters as UH held a 43-40 lead going to the fourth quarter. From there, Hampton took over by outscoring UH 21-12 in the final eight minutes.
Conor Burleson had 22 points to lead the Bulldogs, while Morgan Lyons had 15 points.
Parker Henry and Michael Harrison had six and five points, respectively.
Elizabethton 63, Happy Valley 48 (boys)
The Cyclones methodically pulled away to a Three Rivers win over a county foe on Tuesday night.
Elizabethton jumped out to a 16-11 lead after a quarter of play and pushed the advantage to double-digits at the half.
HV continued to battle but was unable to make a run at the Cyclone lead.
Jake Roberts had 23 points to lead the Cyclones. William Willocks added 18 points.
Alex Lunceford had 15 points to pace the Warriors, while Blake Young had 10 points.
Providence 71, Unaka 63 (boys)
The Rangers came up short in non-conference action.
The Knights slowly pulled way from Unaka – taking an eight-point lead into the half.
The Rangers, however, battled back in the second to stay within striking distance but was unable to eke out a win in the closing seconds.
Will Sexton had 28 points for Unaka. Joseph Slagle had 16 points and Joe Blamo added 14 points.
Unicoi 50, Cloudland 37 (boys)
The ‘Landers were unable to make a late run in non-conference action.
Elijah Blair had 18 points to pace Cloudland. Victor Hicks added 10 points, while Bentley Gilbert scored nine points.
Elizabethton 55, Happy Valley 37 (girls)
The Lady Cyclones got a quick start and never looked back on Warrior Hill.
Elizabethton raced out to an 11-4 lead in the first quarter. Happy Valley was able to settle down in the second quarter to get the offense going but was unable to cut into the EHS lead.
The Lady Cyclones extended the lead in the third quarter and held on for the win.
Lina Lyon had 16 points while Torrie Roberts had 10 points. Morgan Headrick had seven points.
Olivia Absher had 12 points to lead the Lady Warriors, while Gabby Wood had nine points.
Unaka 62, Providence Academy 28 (girls)
The Lady Rangers left no doubt.
Unaka jumped out to a 19-4 lead and never looked back in nonconference action.
Lyndie Ramsey had 26 points to pace the Unaka attack. Mailey Guy and Macy Ensor had 11 points each.
Cloudland 63, Unicoi County 43 (girls)
The Lady ‘Landers were too much for Unicoi on Tuesday night.
Cloudland methodically extended their lead throughout the game – leading by five points after a quarter of play and holding a 25-15 lead at the half.
The Lady ‘Lander offensive attack continued to stay a step ahead of Unicoi County in the second half.
Jasmine Birchfield had 17 points to lead the way, while Saharra McKinney scored 10 points.
Karah Fields and Mandy Benfield had nine and seven points, respectively.