Jordan Davis made Scottsboro’s regular-season home finale a thrilling one.

The junior’s buzzer-beating putback lifted Scottsboro to a 69-67 “Senior Night” victory over visiting St. John Paul II Friday night at Hambrick Hall.

Scottsboro (16-10) trailed 16-12 after one quarter before moving in front 32-22 at halftime and 54-36 after three quarters.

SJPII however came storming back in the fourth quarter, and the game was tied 67-all in the final seconds. Davis’ rebounded a missed 3-pointer and banked in a putback as time expired to spark a spirited Scottsboro celebration.

It was the fifth straight victory for the Wildcats.

B.J. Harris finished with a game-high 24 points for Scottsboro while the team’s lone senior, Butler Bell, scored 17 points. Dylan Fairbanks netted eight points and Davis added seven while JaVaris Branford and Parker Bell scored six each.

Joshua Price scored 18 points for SJPII (14-9) while Nick Bonifay had 16, James Shores 11 and Thomas Howald 10.

Scottsboro 55, SJPII 33 — At Scottsboro, the Wildcats used a dominant second quarter to take control during a “Senior Night” win over St. John Paul II Friday night.

Scottsboro recognized seniors Carley Bell, Daylee Dudley and Madison Holland after the game.

Scottsboro (12-12) led 12-8 after one quarter before stretching that advantage to 33-14 at halftime. The Wildcats led 46-28 entering the third quarter.

Bell, an AUM signee, scored a game-high 25 points for Scottsboro, which got nine points from Audrey Holland, seven from Maggie Armstrong and six each from Lexie Bennett and Madison Holland.

Hannah Hall scored 13 points for SJPII (13-9).

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