Visiting Hollywood held Stevenson scoreless in the second quarter en route to a 44-25 victory Tuesday night.

Hollywood led 10-8 after one quarter before increasing its advantage to 25-8 at halftime. Stevenson pulled within 29-18 after three quarters, but Hollywood outscored the Panthers 15-7 in the fourth quarter to seal the win.

MyCaiden Wilborn led Hollywood with 16 points while Kat Patton and Casia Coffey netted 10 each. Akia Summers led Stevenson with eight points while Avery Wynne had five and Kaja Walton had four.

 

Hollywood 45, Rosalie 24 — At Rosalie, the Hawks opened up a 14-0 lead in the first quarter en route to the win.

The Hawks then led 19-5 at halftime and 33-12 after three quarters.

Kat Patton led Hollywood with 23 points while MyCaiden Wilborn added 15 and Casia Coffey had seven.

 

Skyline 47, Macedonia 25 — At Macedonia, the Vikings took charge early en route to the victory.

Skyline led 18-2, 32-6 and 43-23 at the quarter breaks.

Skyline’s Audra Bellomy netted 14 points and Kaina King added nine while Shelby Putnam scored 11 points for Macedonia.

 

Stevenson 42, Richard Hardy (Tenn.) 8 — At Stevenson, the Panthers opened up a 24-0 lead after one quarter and cruised to the victory.

Akia Summers led Stevenson with 12 points. Camryn Case and Sheyann Brown scored eight points each while Kaja Wilson had six and Heidy Morales had four. 

 

Rosalie 31, Dutton 14 — At Rosalie, the Tigers outscored Dutton 16-3 in the second quarter to take control.

Dutton led 7-5 after one quarter, but Rosalie moved in front 21-10 at halftime and led 29-14 after three quarters.

Hannah Bates scored 13 points for Rosalie while Jaylin Williams and Destiny Gann had seven points each and Mackenzie Sullivan had four. Jasmine Jonathan and Emma Sisk scored six points each for Dutton while Madison Nerche had two.

 

Hollywood 53, Macedonia 18 — At Hollywood, the Hawks opened up the game on a 19-0 run on the way to the win.

MyCaiden Wilborn scored 15 points for Hollywood while Alex Wright had 14 and Kat Patton and Casia Coffey had nine each. Shelby Putnam scored eight points and Precious Parks had seven for Macedonia.

 

Boys

Scottsboro (seventh-grade 41), DAR 17 — At Scottsboro, the Wildcats cruised to a win over the Patriots Thursday night.

Scottsboro led 16-2, 27-4 and 33-12 at the quarter breaks.

Jakes Jones paced the Wildcats with 12 points while Evan Petriske scored seven and Jarret Scott netted six.

 

Stevenson 57, Hollywood 31 — At Stevenson, the host Panthers opened up a double-digit lead after one quarter on the way to the victory.

Stevenson led 19-7 after one quarter, 36-13 at halftime and 55-22 after three quarters.

Jayden Eakin scored 27 points and EJ Wilson netted 16 points for Stevenson. Keelan Alverez scored 15 points and Erik Rayburn added seven for Hollywood.

 

Skyline 46, Macedonia 26 — At Macedonia, the Vikings used a 14-3 scoring advantage in the third quarter to pull away for the win.

Skyline led 14-7 after one quarter and 23-16 at halftime before carrying a 37-19 advantage into the fourth quarter.

Jayden Prince scored 17 points for Skyline while Bryant Kennamer added 10. Jesse Cornelius added eight for Macedonia.

 

Scottsboro (seventh-grade) 41, Plainview 32 — At Rainsville, the Wildcats continued to build on an early lead en route to the win.

Scottsboro led 14-11, 23-17 and 32-25 at the quarter breaks.

Trip Nelson scored 18 points for the Wildcats while Jake Jones netted 10 and Jarret Scott added five.

 

Rosalie 29, Flat Rock 28 — At Flat Rock, Rosalie rallied in the fourth quarter to slip past the Vikings.

Rosalie trailed 7-3, 13-9 and 23-17 at the quarter breaks. 

Legion McCrary led Rosalie with 15 points while Sawyer Wilborn netted 10. McClain Thompson scored 11 points and Tyler Grider added eight for Flat Rock.

 

Rosalie 44, Hollywood 19 — At Rosalie, the Tigers outscored Hollywood 25-6 in the second half to pull away for the win.

Rosalie led 9-8 after one quarter and 19-13 after halftime before extending its lead to 29-16 after three quarters.

Legion McCrary scored 22 points for the Tigers while Sawyer Wilborn netted 14. Keelan Alvarez scored 12 points for Hollywood.

 

Scottsboro (seventh-graders) 52, Fort Payne 21 — At Scottsboro, the Wildcats used a strong first quarter to take control en route to the win.

Scottsboro led 25-8 after one quarter and was in front 35-17 at halftime and 48-17 after three quarters. 

Luke Latham, Trip Nelson and Jarret Scott scored 10 points each for the Wildcats while Evan Petriske netted six and Jake Jones added five.

 

Henagar 40, Bryant 36 — At Henagar, the home rallied from an earlier deficit to defeat the Bulldogs.

Bryant led 14-4 after one quarter, but Henagar pulled within 22-19 at halftime and led 31-27 entering the fourth quarter.

Brodie Kirkpatrick scored 10 points and Mike Pass netted 10 for Bryant, which also got six from Chris Clark, four from Dallas Cummins and three from Jaxson Stiles.

 

Macedonia 44, Hollywood 40 — At Hollywood, the Warriors rallied in the fourth quarter to pick up the victory.

Macedonia trailed 11-10, 26-18 and 31-29 before coming back to win. 

Josh Varner netted 31 points for Macedonia while Keelan Alvarez scored 26 points for Hollywood.

 

Flat Rock 58, Bridgeport 24 — At Flat Rock, the Vikings built a 34-19 lead at halftime en route to the victory.

Tyler Grider scored 25 points for Flat Rock while McClain Timmons had 16 points and Carson Ellison had 13. Jamarion Farrior scored nine points and Trevor Gilley added eight for Bridgeport.

 

Rosalie 50, Dutton 11 — At Rosalie, the home team used a quick start to post the win.

Rosalie led 20-6, 32-8 and 38-8 at the quarter breaks.

Levi Horton, Legion McCrary and Kristian Raines scored 12 points each for Rosalie while Sawyer Wilborn netted six. Jace Wooden led Dutton with six points.

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