LHS will be back in action Friday at they travel to Wilson Central High.
WCHS loses at BeechSHACKLE ISLAND -- Wilson Central's Lady Wildcats fell to 9-10 overall / 5-4 in District 9AAA following Tuesday night's 48-34 road loss at Beech High.
Beech led 25-11 at intermission and never looked back as Falon Baker finished with 18 and McKenna Taylor had 14 for the Lady Bucs (6-2 in the 9AAA).
Wilson Central was paced by Autumn Hopkins with 11 points and Sydney Comer with 10.
WCHS will host Lebanon High Friday, Jan. 25 in a 6:30 p.m. contest.
GHS tops Friendship for 8A leadGORDONSVILLE -- The Tigerettes of Gordonsville High seized the District 8A lead Tuesday night with a 53-47 home win over Friendship Christian School.
FCS fell to 12-5 overall, 3-1 in the district despite 22 points from DeJa Jones. Kaitlyn Teeter added nine and Courtney Petty chipped in with seven.
Gordonsville, now 13-7 overall / 5-0, was led by Charli Vaden with 12 points. Friendship Christian is scheduled to play in Hartsville Friday, Jan. 25 vs. Trousdale County High.
Purple Tigerettes down RBSWATERTOWN -- Kirstin Vantrease buried two 3-pointers and finished with 15 points as Watertown defeated Red Boiling Springs 65-41 Tuesday night.
The Tigerettes, coming off a bitter 57-55 loss at Eagleville Monday, improved to 10-11 overall and 2-3 in District 8A.
Bobbie Staats and Alicia Jennings each had 14 points for the winners, who will host Van Buren County High Friday, Jan. 25.
MJ Christian falls to Trousdale CountyMT. JULIET -- Trousdale County conntected on six 3-pointers in Tuesday night's 66-39 victory at Mt. Juliet Christian Academy.
The Lady Saints fell to 6-11 overall with the loss, despite 17 points from Lynnzee Ethridge and nine from Amanda Wall.
MJCA is scheduled to host The King's Academy Friday, Jan. 25 in a 6 p.m. tip.
Lady Bears crush GallatinGALLATIN -- Mt. Juliet's Lady Bears rolled to an easy 57-21 win at Gallatin Tuesday night in District 9AAA action. Mt. Juliet improved to 15-6 overall and an 8-1 record in the league.
The Lady Bears led from start to finish, taking a 16-7 lead after one quarter and a 30-11 lead into intermission. Sally McCabe piled up 20 points from the paint while Ronjanae DeGray added 10 points.
MJHS is scheduled to host Portland High Friday at 6:30 p.m.