Central girls clinch 9-AAA title
GLADEVILLE -- Wilson Central's Lady Wildcats clinched the District 9-AAA regular season championship with a 56-52 home win over Station Camp Friday, Feb. 3.
Leading 18-10 after the first quarter, Wilson Central went through a rough second quarter as Station Camp tied the scored 24-all at halftime.
The game was tied 43-43 headed into the final eight minutes.
Addison Byrd led all scorers with 25 points including a 3-of-5 effort from behind the arc.
Lindsey Freeman added 17 and Kathryn Bean had seven points.
Central shot 22-of-39 from the field (56 percent) and 8-of-11 from the line (72 percent).
Now 24-2 overall and 11-1 in the district, the Lady Wildcats will host Portland Tuesday, Feb. 7.
Lebanon rolls over Lady Wave
GALLATIN -- Lebanon opened up a 23-5 first quarter lead and never slowed down in Friday's 75-44 victory over Gallatin at Jerry Vradenburg Gymnasium.
Freshman Allissa Mulaski drilled four 3-pointers and led all scorers with 22 points and sophomore post Christaney Brookshire added 20.
Anne Marie Heidebreicht and Maleigha Oldham each had seven as the Devilettes improved to 15-11 on the season and 5-7 in District 9-AAA.
LHS returns to action Tuesday, Feb. 7 hosting Beech.
Friendship 49, Hendersonville Christian 10
LEBANON -- Friendship Christian's Lady Commanders had no trouble in Friday's 49-10 homecoming win over Hendersonville Christian at the Bay Family Sportsplex.
FCS got out 10-0 after one period and lead 24-5 at intermission.
Hailey Pittman led the Lady Commanders with 20 points, Autumn Groves had six and Hannah Alexander five.
Now 9-15 overall and 6-5 in East-Middle District 1-A, FCS closes out the regular season at home Monday, Feb. 6 against Aaron Academy.
Hendersonville 46, Mt. Juliet 34
HENDERSONVILLE -- A slow first half left Mt. Juliet in a nine-point hole on the way to a 46-34 loss at Hendersonville High Friday, Feb. 3.
The Lady Commandos led 9-2 in the first quarter and 18-9 at halftime.
No one reached double figures for the Lady Bears, who were led in scoring by ninth grader Aaliyah Frazier with eight.
Emma Palmer and Tondrea Davis each had seven points.
Mt. Juliet slipped to 6-6 in District 9-AAA and 14-9 overall headed into a Tuesday, Feb. 7 game at Station Camp.
MJ Christian 36, St. Andrew's-Sewanee
SEWANEE -- Mt. Juliet Christian Academy closed the game on an 11-2 run in Friday's 36-28 victory at St. Andrew's-Sewanee.
The Lady Saints overcame a 26-25 deficit headed into the final eight minutes -- improving to 10-12 on the season
Amelia Lyons had 10 points in the victory and Caitlyn Smith added nine.
Abi Hildabrand chipped in with seven points, Abbey Garland six and Marcella Gallione four.
Trousdale County 51, Watertown 41
HARTSVILLE -- A big first half hole was too much to overcome Friday night as Watertown dropped a 51-41 loss at Trousdale County High.
The Tigerettes fell behind 29-11 at halftime and never recovered, dropping to 10-13 overall / 2-5 in District 8-A.
Maria Allocco led WHS with 17 points while McKenna George and Mya Gaines each had seven.
Watertown is scheduled to play at Middle Tennessee Christian School Saturday afternoon and will close out the regular season at home Tuesday, Feb. 7 vs. Gordonsville.