The Scottsboro varsity boys basketball team closed the regular season on a thrilling note.

Scottsboro took the lead in the closing seconds and survived two late Hazel Green shot attempts to post a 64-62 win Thursday night at Hazel Green High School.

Scottsboro (17-12) built an 18-10 lead after one quarter and led 33-32 at halftime before Hazel Green grabbed a 55-52 lead after three quarters. B.J. Harris converted a 3-point play with 40 seconds left to give the Wildcats a two-point lead. Hazel Green then missed two shots in the final 3 seconds.

Jordan Davis scored 18 points, Butler Bell netted 16 and Harris added 13 for Scottsboro, which also got five points each from Parker Bell, Blake Jones and Tyson Sexton.

Ashton Elliot scored 28 points for Hazel Green (15-10).

Section 80, Pisgah 65 — At Section, the Lions pulled away in the second half to record a “Senior Night” win on Thursday.

Section (12-11) led 16-13 after one quarter and 39-34 at halftime before extending its lead to 59-47 after three quarters.

Trevier Porter led the Lions with 19 points while Gabe Hilley had 15, Logan Patterson 11, Alex Guinn and Drake McCutchen nine each, Bo Bradford eight and Staton Robbins seven.

Jared Wilks scored a game-high 21 points for Pisgah (7-18) while Austin Brown added 12 and Austin Brunk and Zac Cornelison had six each.

Woodville 60, Ider 46 — At Woodville, the Panthers outscored visiting Ider 25-13 in the fourth quarter to give head coach Bubba Smith his second win of the season over son Blaine’s Hornets.

Woodville (15-12) led 12-8 after one quarter but Ider held a 24-21 halftime lead. The Panthers moved back in front 35-33 after three quarters.

Jackson Peek scored a game-high 28 points for the Panthers while Da’Vion Johnson had 12, Caleb Dolberry nine, Christian Franks five and Corey Chance four.

Jeffrey Shirley scored 14 points and Stephen Lassetter added 10 for Ider (5-16).

North Jackson 71, SJPII 67 — At Huntsville, North Jackson surged in front with a big second quarter and went on for a win over fellow Class 4A team St. John Paul II Thursday night.

North Jackson (16-9) trailed 21-12 after one quarter before outscoring the Falcons 27-13 in the second for a 39-34 halftime lead. The Chiefs led 59-54 after three quarters.

Eli Gill scored 20 points, Carter Gass added 14 and Tyrus Jackson had 12 for North Jackson, which also got nine from Brady Cunningham, six from Cade Reed and five from Ayson Quinn.

James Shores scored 17 points, Travis Howald netted 14 and Josh Price added 11 for SJPII (14-11).

Skyline 68, John Carroll 60 — At Birmingham, the Class 1A No. 4-ranked Vikings rallied in the second half to defeat the Class 5A Cavs on Thursday.

Skyline (26-3) trailed 20-15 after one quarter and 33-32 at halftime before moving front 45-41 after three quarters.

Collin Lockard scored 19 points for the Vikings while Jaxen White had 16, Dylan Bickers 13, Jaylon Clements 11, Kordell Talley five and Connor Lockard four.

Kenneth Beck scored 14 points and Jeffrey Martin added 13 for John Carroll (11-13), which is coached by former University of Alabama basketball standout Ronald Steele. 

Plainview 80, NSM 50 — At Rainsville, host Plainview took charge in the second quarter on the way to the win in a matchup of ranked teams.

Class 2A No. 4 North Sand Mountain (17-7) trailed 18-15 after one quarter before 3A No. 2 Plainview outscored the Bison 31-17 in the second quarter to build a 49-32 halftime lead. The Bears led 65-43 after three quarters.

Luke Maples scored 22 points for NSM while Derek Bearden had nine, Lake Bell six and Chandler Sullivan four.

Tristan Willingham scored 20 points and Luke Smith totaled 17 points and 17 rebounds for Plainview (25-4), which also got 16 from Jonah Williams, 11 from Grant Sanders and 10 from Dylan Haymon.

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