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BASKETBALL -- Tuesday night prep summaries

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MJCA's Marcella Gallione / T. Bryan photo

Lady Saints roll over Culleoka
MT. JULIET -- Holding Culleoka scoreless until the 3:20 mark of the second quarter, Mt. Juliet Christian's Lady Saints opened the game on an 18-0 run on the way to an easy 42-11 victory in Tuesday night's season opener.

MJCA led 21-4 at intermission, breezing to the win behind 16 points from Caroline Scott and 10 from Marcella Gallione.

In the nightcap, Logan Anderson fired in four 3-pointers on the way to 24 points and Justus Willis nailed six threes and finished with 20 as Mt. Juliet Christian Academy downed Culleoka 70-51 in Tuesday's second game.

MJCA will be in action Thursday, Nov. 19 at Gordonsville High.

Watertown sweeps E. Robertson
WATERTOWN -- Overcoming 23 turnovers, Watertown's Tigerettes scored a 45-23 victory over East Robertson in Tuesday night's 2015 season opener.

Bobbi Staats led Watertown with 16 while DaeDae Nunley added 15.

Watertown's boys trailed early but found their range as the game went on in Tuesday's 70-50 win over East Robertson.

Seth Price knocked down three 3-pointers and finished with 20 points to lead the Purple Tigers. Preston Tomlinson and Vonte Bates each had nine points.

Watertown is scheduled to play a 3 p.m. twinbill Saturday, Nov. 21 vs. Warren County High. The games will be played in Smithville at DeKalb County High School.

Wilson Central splits at Siegel
MURFREESBORO -- Recent UT-Martin signee Kendall Spray scored 30 points and Addison Byrd added 14 as Wilson Central rolled over Siegel 70-27 in Tuesday night's regular season opener.

Wilson Central's boys dropped the nightcap 71-66 despite 23 points from Aaron Schach and 21 from Gavin Johnson.

WCHS is scheduled to play a doubleheader at Columbia Central High Thursday, Nov. 19 at 6 p.m.

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