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Wilson Central 51, HHS 38
HENDERSONVILLE -- Sydney Vanlandingham tossed in 25 points Tuesday to help lift Wilson Central to a 51-38 District 9AAA victory at Hendersonville High.
The Lady Wildcats improved to 4-2 with the victory as Taylor Peterson added 15 points.
Emily Hatfield, daughter of HHS head football coach Bruce Hatfield had 17 points in the loss.
Wilson Central will be on the road Friday, Dec. 9 at Beech High.

Lebanon 43, Beech 39
LEBANON -- Julia Fox had 12 points and ninth grader Sydney Floyd added 11 as Lebanon pulled past Beech Tuesday night 43-39 at Campbell Brandon Gymnasium.
The victory upped Lebanon's overall record to 3-4 / 1-0 in District 9AAA.
Madison Sloan's layup broke a 39-all tie with less than a minute to play, then Fox sealed the deal with a pair of free throws at the 13 second mark. Sloan had a double-double for LHS with 10 points and 12 rebounds.
LHS will host Hendersonville High Friday night.

MJCA 45, Zion Christian 23
MT. JULIET -- The Lady Saints of Mt. Juliet Christian Academy went on a 10-1 run in the second quarter en route to a 45-23 victory over visiting Zion Christian Tuesday night in Div. II East-Middle Region girl's basketball action.
Lynnze Ethridge paced MJ Christian with 18 points while Shelby Leech added 13.
MJCA improved to 4-3 overall / 1-0 in the region.
The Lady Saints will play at Watertown Friday in a 6 p.m. tip-off.

Westmoreland 47, Friendship 35
LEBANON -- Westmoreland ruined Friendship Christian's season-opener with a 47-35 win over the Lady Commanders at the Bay Family Sportsplex Tuesday night.
Center Deja Jones led FCS with 16 points while guard Andi Morrisett had 10 and Kaity Woodall added five.
Hannah Borders knocked down four 3-points and finished with 15 points to lead Westmoreland.
FCS will be on the road Friday at Clay County High in Celina.

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