The Skyline varsity girls basketball team used a fast start to earn its second win of the season.
The Vikings stormed out to an 18-point lead after one quarter en route to a 74-44 victory over Southeastern Friday night in the Remlap community in Blount County.
Skyline (2-0) led 29-11 after one quarter before extending its advantage to 49-26 at halftime and 70-37 after three quarters.
Bailee Usrey sank four 3-pointers and closed with a game-high 22 points for Skyline. Gracie Stuckey scored 19 points and Aidan Bellomy hit four treys finished with 14 points while Kenzi Manning netted 13 points.
Morgan Hill scored 14 points for Southeastern (0-2).
Plainview 41, Section 34 — At Rainsville, visiting Section suffered its first setback of the season.
Section (3-1) trailed 11-5, 22-20 and 31-29 at the quarter breaks before being outscored 10-5 in the final frame.
Madison Armstrong had a double-double of 17 points and 10 rebounds for the Lions, who also got seven points and two assists from Savannah White, six points and three steals from Jennifer Vega and four points and nine rebounds from Haley Smart.
Payton Blevins scored 12 points for Plainview (2-2) while Harley Wilkins and Halle Brown netted 10 each and Tobi Trotter added nine.
Skyline 71, Southeastern 42 — At Remlap, the Vikings were in control throughout en route to the win Friday night.
Skyline (2-0) led 26-8, 51-19 and 63-28 at the quarter breaks.
Jaxen White sank six 3-pointers and closed with a game-high 24 points for the Vikings. Jaylon Clements pitched in 16 points for Skyline while Dawson Wynn netted 14 and Dylan Bicker and Kordell Talley had five each.
Dalton Huffstutler scored 12 points and Jacob Robertson added 10 for Southeastern (1-1).
Chelsea 43, Scottsboro 40 — At Birmingham, Chelsea handed the Wildcats their first defeat of the season during the Ramsay Tip-Off Classic on Saturday.
Scottsboro (2-1) trailed 8-4 after one quarter but rallied front 18-17 at halftime and 32-27 after three quarters. Chelsea took the lead in the closing minute to edge the Wildcats.
BJ Harris scored 20 of his game-high 26 points in the second half for Scottsboro, which also got nine points from JaVaris Branford.
Thomas Royster led Chelsea (2-3) with 13 points.