The Anderson County Lady Mavericks dropped a district game to the visiting Halls Lady Red Devils by a score of 63-34 last Friday night.
The first quarter saw almost an even basket for basket game as Halls pulled into a 14-13 lead. The difference in the game came in the second quarter when the Lady Mavs went ice cold from the floor. The Lady Red Devils took full advantage and outscored Anderson County 20-5 to claim a 34-18 lead at halftime.
The Clinton Lady Dragons throttled visiting Karns last Friday by a score of 57-12.
The Lady Dragons exploded for 30 points in the first quarter as Amaya Whitt scored the first six points for Clinton. Danyel Joy then dropped in a 3-pointer while Nikki Jones and Kinley Martin each scored to give the Lady Dragons a 15-0 lead.
The Lady Beavers scored to break the run at the 3:25 mark of the quarter but Clinton reeled off another 15 points as Abby Szabo, Alayjah Whitt, and Kailee Taylor joined the scoring spree.
The Anderson County Mavericks knocked off visiting Halls on Friday night to move to 4-0 in district play for the first time in nearly a decade.
It is also the first 4-0 district opening for Anderson County as a 3A school.
The final score was 64-55.
The Red Devils took the early lead following the hot shooting of Jordan Corvette, who scored 11 points in the first quarter to help Halls to a 12-11 lead.
The Clinton Dragons dropped a hard-fought game to visiting district foe Karns last Friday, falling 85-72.
Offense was the word in the first quarter as Clinton’s Evan Winchester, Chase Lockard, Daraon Jones, Luke Harrison, Trevon Hill, and DeMarcus McKamey dueled with the scoring of the Beaver’s Tee Hodge-Harper, K.J. Hawkins, and Tommy Sweat. A late surge by the Dragons pushed Clinton into a 25-19 lead at the end of the first quarter.
The second quarter featured the same fast-paced scoring action as the first. Andrew Shoopman give Clinton a rebounding boost off the bench. Karns knocked down four 3-pointers in the quarter helping them to take a 40-39 lead at halftime.