Blocked shot

Maggie Armstrong (32) blocks a shot attempt by Geraldine's Jaden Dismuke during Scottsboro's 55-38 win.

The Scottsboro varsity girls basketball team used a strong second half to pull away for its third straight win.

Scottsboro posted a 55-38 victory over the host team in the Geraldine Thanksgiving Classic Monday afternoon.

Scottsboro (3-3) trailed 7-6 after one quarter of play but moved in front 29-23 at halftime before carrying a 43-31 advantage into the fourth quarter.

Carley Bell led the Wildcats with 18 points while Maggie Armstrong scored 10, Daylee Dudley netted eight and Lexie Bennett pitched in seven.

Grace Rowell scored 17 points and Gracey Johnson added eight for Geraldine (2-3). 

Pisgah 67, Jasper 52 — At Holly Pond, two-time defending Class 3A state champion Pisgah broke the game open the second half to defeat Class 5A Jasper in the Holly Pond Thanksgiving Classic Monday afternoon.

It was the Eagles’ 22nd consecutive victory.

Pisgah (4-0) led 13-11 after one quarter and 29-28 at halftime before stretching its advantage to 51-39 after three quarters.

Molly Heard dropped in a game-high 32 points for the Eagles while Madison Myers pitched in 17 and Kallie Tinker netted 13. 

Idaysia Mercer and Jaden Gilbert scored 13 and 10 points respectively for Jasper (0-3). 

Woodville 38, Whitesburg Christian 8 — At Woodville, the Panthers cruised past visiting Whitesburg Christian for the victory Monday night.

Woodville (2-2) led 7-5, 19-6 and 32-6 at the quarter breaks.

Lizzie Torres scored 12 points for the Panthers while Tia Edwards netted eight and Jessica Sirten had six.

Calhoun (Ga.) 45, Georgia 20 — At Tunnel Hill, Georgia, the Lions fell to Calhoun in the opening round of the Northwest Whitfield Border Wars Tournament at Northwest Whitfield High School Monday afternoon.

Calhoun led 19-4, 25-8 and 39-15 at the quarter breaks.

Jennifer Vega scored eight points for Section (5-3) while Haley Smart added five and Madison Armstrong had four.

Britiya Curtis scored 17 points for Calhoun (1-0).


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