The Scottsboro seventh-grade boys basketball team picked up win No. 10 of the season Thursday night.

The Wildcats took an early lead it would never relinquish en route to a 46-35 win over rival Fort Payne.

Scottsboro (10-4) led 14-7, 24-17 and 40-27 at the quarter breaks.

Jarrett Scott scored 19 points while Tyler Shelton netted 10, Evan Petriske six and Jake Jones five.

Stevenson 57, Hollywood 46 — At Hollywood, the Panthers outscored the Hawks 28-16 in the second half to rally for the win.

After trailing 19-13 after one quarter, Hollywood built a 30-29 halftime lead. Stevenson moved in front 44-38 after three quarters.

Nick Jernigan led Stevenson with 12 points while Jayden Eakin had 11. Keelan Alvarez had a game-high 27 for Hollywood.

Flat Rock 44, Dutton 18 — At Dutton, Flat Rock outscored the host team 17-2 in the second quarter to take control.

The Vikings led 13-12 after one quarter but were in front 30-14 at halftime and 38-16 after three quarters.

Tyler Grider led Flat Rock with 11 points while Noah Holland netted nine and Alex Benefield added eight. Jace Wooden scored three points and Nolan Boozer had three for Dutton.

Girls

Hollywood 39, Stevenson 30 — At Hollywood, the Hawks closed the regular season with an undefeated 15-0 record thanks to a win over Stevenson Thursday night.

Hollywood raced in front 19-7 after one quarter and was in front 28-15 at halftime and 34-22 after three quarters.

MyCaiden Wilborn scored 13 points for Hollywood while Kat Patton netted 10 and Alex Wright had eight. Avery Wynne scored 10 points for Stevenson.

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