Tuesday Round-up: Lady Bulldogs Use Big Second Quarter For Win; Bulldogs, Cyclones Fall In Holiday Openers



Hampton 70, Volunteer 50 (girls)
The Lady Bulldogs used a big second quarter and then kept Volunteer at bay in their opening game of the Chick-Fil-A Classic hosted by Hampton.

After HHS held a two-point lead after eight minutes of play, the Lady Bulldog took control in the second.

Madi McClain hit three 3-pointers and scored 12 points in the second period, while Linsey Jenkins added seven points in the frame to push the Lady Bulldogs to a 38=22 lead at the break.

From there, Hampton was able to stop any thought of a Volunteer run to preserve the win.

Jenkins had 23 points to lead Hampton, while Macy Henry and McClain had 15 points apiece. Taylor Berry tallied 11 points.

Oak Ridge 75, Hampton 51 (boys)
The Bulldogs were unable to overcome an early deficit in the first game of the Resanant Bank Christmas Tournament in Maryville.

Hampton saw the Wildcats jump out to a 19-9 lead in the first quarter. HHS kept battling but was unable to cut into the Oak Ridge lead before the half.

Cadon Buckles had 15 points to lead the Bulldogs, while Dylan Trivett added nine points. Chance Point and Geno Carrico had five points apiece.

Scott County (Ky.) 69, Elizabethton 49 (boys)
The Cyclones came up short in their first game in the King of the Smokies tournament in Pigeon Forge.

Dalton Mitchell led EHS with 21 points. Nate Stephens added nine points for the Cyclones.


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