The Class 3A No. 1-ranked Pisgah varsity girls basketball team’s winning streak against in-state opponents was snapped by another state-ranked team.
Class 2A No. 3 Collinsville edged the visiting Eagles 62-59 Monday night.
It was the first loss for Pisgah against a team from the state of Alabama since losing to Locust Fork in the 2016-17 Class 3A State Championship Game. It was also just Pisgah’s fourth loss since the start of the 2017-18 season — the Eagles are 88-4 during that span.
Pisgah (23-2) trailed 17-13 after one quarter before leading 32-31 at halftime and 47-46 after three quarters.
Kallie Tinker scored a game-high 20 points and Molly Heard added 16 for the Eagles while Madison Myers netted nine and Layla Hatfield, Kennedy Barron and Chloe Womack pitched in four points each.
Haley Hamilton led Collinsville (21-2) with 17 points while Brittany Rivera and Tyla Tatum scored 15 points each and Olivia Akins netted 13.
Against Sand Rock, Pisgah (23-3) trailed 22-12 after one quarter and 34-23 at halftime. After trailing by 20 points earlier in the third quarter, the Eagles cut the deficit to 54-48 entering the fourth quarter. Pisgah ultimately took a nine-point lead before Sand Rock (18-8) pulled back in front.
Tinker scored a 23 points for Pisgah while Heard contributed 20 points, 11 rebounds and four steals. Myers totaled 11 points, Womack had eight points and eight rebounds and Hatfield had four points and four assists.
Lanie Henderson led four Sand Rock players in double figures with 24 points. Kynleigh Chesnut followed with 18 points while Caley Garrett had 12 and Haley Linsenbee had 11.
Fort Payne 60, Scottsboro 45 — At Fort Payne, Scottsboro fell to its TopCat rival Monday night.
Scottsboro (12-13) trailed 19-16, 34-26 and 48-37 at the quarter breaks.
Madison Holland scored a team-high 17 points and Carley Bell netted 13 for Scottsboro, which also got five each from Allie Scott and Olivia Tubbs and four from Lexie Bennett.
Isabelle Goggans scored 21 points and Kylie Neil added 20 for Fort Payne (18-7).
Sylvania 72, NSM 46 — At Sylvania, the home team built a double-digit halftime lead on the way to the win over North Sand Mountain on Monday.
NSM (3-15) trailed 12-6 after one quarter before Sylvania moved in front 32-17 at halftime. The Rams extended their advantage to 57-34 after three quarters.
Vickey Hassell scored 10 points for NSM while Lexi Hartline had eight, Kolbie Bobo seven, Jesse Weldon six and Candice Rimas and Kaitlyn Davis five each.
Scoring leaders for Sylvania were Makayla Bullock with 15, Leianna Currie with 12, Kenadie Lee with 11 and Ambriel Stopyak with 10.
Skyline 63, Westminster Christian 24 — At Skyline, the Class 1A No. 2-ranked Vikings took command in the second quarter on the way to the win.
Skyline (22-3) led 17-9 after one quarter before moving in front 39-16 at halftime. The Vikings led 51-22 after three quarters.
Bailee Usrey scored a game-high 17 points for Skyline while Gracie Stucky totaled 15 points, six assists, four rebounds and seven steals and Brinlee Potter had 10 points and three rebounds. Aidan Bellomy scored eight points and Alli McAllister had six points and four rebounds.
Lauren Presley scored nine points for Westminster Christian (1-20).
South Pittsburg (Tenn.) 62, Woodville 39 — At South Pittsburg, Tennessee, the home team outscored the Panthers 23-3 in the third quarter to break open a close game on.
Woodville (5-20) trailed 11-10 after one quarter and 31-23 at halftime before the Pirates sailed in front 54-26 after three quarters.
Jessica Sirten led Woodville with 16 points while Tia Edwards netted 14 and Kayla Thompson added nine.
Cambria Mabry and Ashley Green scored 19 and 16 points respectively for South Pittsburg (9-11).
Sylvania 76, Section 66 — At Sylvania, the Rams recovered from a fast start by Section to earn a split of the teams’ season series.
Section (12-13) raced in front 28-16 after one quarter and led 41-38 at halftime before Sylvania carried a 57-55 lead into the fourth quarter.
Savannah White led four Section players in double figures with 20 points while Haley Smart had 15, Jennifer Vega had 13 and Madison Armstrong had 10.
Kenadie Lee scored a game-high 33 points for Sylvania (12-11).
Randolph 39, Woodville 37 — At Huntsville, Class 4A Raiders rallied in the fourth quarter to edge the Panthers.
Woodville led 15-8, 20-16 and 28-26 at the quarter breaks.
Tia Edwards led the Panthers with 19 points while Lizzie Torres netted seven and Kayla Thompson added six. Joanna Vega and Madison DeOrio scored 15 and 13 points respectively for Randolph (2-19).