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Friday Around UC Sports Nation: Bouldin Tallies 32 in Van Buren County Win

Layla Bouldin is having an impressive season for the Van Buren County Lady Eagles. The sophomore added to her already impressive season résumé Friday night, matching South Pittsburg’s entire team output with 32 points, in the Lady Eagles’ 55-32 district romp. The win was the first in district play for Van Buren County (10-6, 1-1 District), who will travel to Whitwell on Tuesday night.

Meanwhile, Warren County and Livingston Academy kept up recent hot streaks with big wins on Friday. The Lady Wildccats (18-2) continued to rely on their suffocating defense in a 76-15 rout at Lighthouse Christian to win for the 13th time in 14 games, while the Lady Pioneeers (18-3, 3-1) claimed their 14th win in 15 outings, with a 51-30 district rout of Shelbyville.

Clay County won their fourth straight and for the seventh time in eight games with a 49-36 win over Clarkrange, Friday night. The Lady Bulldogs (13-3, 4-1) trail Pickett County by one game in the District 7-1A standings, as the two teams set to square off on Tuesday night. The Lady Bobcats (15-6, 3-3), meanwhile, have lost four of their last six, including three of their last four district games.

Upperman lost their third straight district game, as the Lady Bees (15-5, 2-4) fell at White County, 45-41. The Warriorettes (16-4, 5-1) trail Livingston Academy by one-half game for first place in very competitive District 7-3A.

In boys’ action Friday night, Tre Monette nailed seven three-pointers and scored 23 points to lead Jackson County (13-4, 2-1) to a 75-40 blowout win over Sequatchie County.

Hunter Wattenbarger scored 16 points, Will Amonett added 14, while Jacob Amonett tallied 13 in Picket County’s 75-45 rout of Gordonsville. The Bobcats (17-3, 5-0) get set for a huge Tuesday night showdown with Clay County (11-4, 5-0), who got 36 points and nine rebounds from Grant Strong in a 76-40 win over Clarkrange.

Jyron McClellan had a career night for Upperman, with 17 points, seven rebounds and four steals, as the Bees (8-8, 3-3) stunned White County (12-6, 4-2), 62-41, in Sparta.

Here’s the full Friday night scoreboard from UC Sports Nation:

Girls
Clay Co. 49
Clarkrange 36
(CCHS: Briley Burchett 17, Halle Buford 14)
(District 7-1A)

Cumberland Co. 60
Macon Co. 25
(Emery Baragona 18)
(District 7-3A)

DeKalb Co. 60
Stone Memorial 59
(DCHS: Avery Agee 17, Kadee Ferrell 14)
(District 7-3A)

Sequatchie Co.
at Jackson Co.
(District 5-2A)

Livingston Academy 76
Lighthouse Christian 15
(LA: Have Won 13 of Last 14)
(Non-District)

Red Boiling Springs 62
Monterey 41
(MHS: Lindsey Wright 16)
(Non-District)

Pickett Co. 80
Gordonsville 59
(PCHS: Ella Kate Keisling 18, Kaylee Tompkins 18)
(District 7-1A)

White Co. 45
Upperman 41
(UHS: Abigail Johnson 10, Brooklyn Crouch 10)
(District 7-3A)

Van Buren Co. 55
South Pittsburg 32
(VBCHS: Layla Bouldin 32)
(District 6-1A)

Warren Co. 51
Shelbyville 30
(WCHS: Have Won 14 of Last 15)
(District 6-4A)

York Institute 46
Bledsoe Co. 19
(YAI: Ellie Leffew 14)
(District 5-2A)

 

Boys
Clay Co. 76
Clarkrange 40
(CCHS: Grant Strong 36 points, 9 rebs)
(District 7-1A)

Cumberland Co. 60
Macon Co. 37
(CCHS: 5th Straight Win)
(District 7-3A)

Stone Memorial 58
DeKalb Co. 51
(SMHS: Matthew Bilbrey 14, Dylan Whittenburg 13, Cade Capps 13)
(District 7-3A)

Jackson Co. 75
Sequatchie Co. 40
(JCHS: Tre Monette 23 points – 7 three-pointers)
(District 5-2A)

Livingston Academy 52
Lighthouse Christian 47
(LA: Isaac Story 14)
(Non-District)

Monterey 50
Red Boiling Springs 49
(MHS: Silas Randolph 21)
(Non-District)

Pickett Co. 75
Gordonsville 45
(PCHS: Hunter Wattenbarger 16, Will Amonett 15, Jacob Amonett 14)
(District 7-1A)

Upperman 62
White Co. 41
(UHS: Jyron McClellan 17 points, 7 rebs, 4 steals)
(District 7-3A)

Van Buren Co.
South Pittsburg
(District 6-1A)

Warren Co. 59
Shelbyville 53
(WCHS: Snaps 5-Game Losing Streak)
(District 6-4A)

York Institute
Bledsoe Co.
(District 5-2A)

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