Stone Memorial 52, Cookeville 46
The Stone Memorial Lady Panthers won the District 6AAA Championship over Cookeville on Monday night by a final score of 52-46.
Leading by a single point in front of an electric audience heading into the fourth quarter, the Lady Panthers outscored the Lady Cavs by a 21-16 count to push their lead out and win the title.
Class AAA Miss Basketball Finalist Tessa Miller led all scorers with 28 points. Annah Goss added eight points.
Jordon Gillies led the Lady Cavs with 21 points, while Liv Shipman scored 14 points.
Van Buren 68, Whitwell 51 (District Championship)
Cumberland County 45, Sequatchie County 26 (District Championship)
York Institute 52, Smith County 36
The Dragonettes used a big second-quarter to take down Smith County on Monday by a final score of 52-36.
Leading 9-8, York went on a 23-10 scoring run to take a 14-point lead into halftime.
A balanced scoring effort saw three players score in double figures, led by Haylee Johnson and Gabby Beaty with 11 points each. Sage Smith added 10 points.
The Dragonettes will head to Macon County on Tuesday.
White County 81, Warren County 45
A 23-9 run in the third quarter proved to be the difference in the game, as White County defeated Warren County in the 6AAA consolation game.
Gracie Dodgen led the Warriorettes with 19 points, while Nia Powers scored 17 points. Mia Murray added 16 points.
Kyra Perkins led the Lady Pioneers with 22 points, and Shelby Smartt scored eight points.
Livingston Academy 64, Watertown 40
The Lady Cats took off early and ran away from Watertown in a 64-40 victory on Monday night.
LA outscored the visitors by a 22-5 margin in the first quarter, and led 45-12 at halftime.
Aleah Melton led all scorers with 16 points, and Hailey Cronk scored 15 points. Keaton Webb added 10 points.
The Lady Cats will take on Upperman on Tuesday.
Red Boiling Springs 28, Jackson County 27
The Lady Devils came up just short of getting a region game on Monday with their 28-27 loss to Red Boiling Springs.
Offensive struggles in the second quarter were too much to overcome, as Jackson County scored only two points in the frame and trailed 18-12 at halftime.
Nikki Ragland led the effort with nine points, while Lilly Chaffin scored six points.
Pickett County 58, Gordonsville 38
Monterey 59, Trousdale County 51
The Wildcats earned a region tournament berth with their eight-point win over Trousdale County on Monday.
Monterey saved its best quarter for last, as they outscored Trousdale 23-9 to take home the victory.
Tucker Phillips led all scorers with 21 points, while Cayden Jones added 16. Silas Randolph scored 12 points, and Brandon Dillon scored 10.
The Wildcats will now head to Byrdstown to take on Pickett County on Tuesday.
Jackson County 54, Gordonsville 53
The Blue Devils were put to the test at home against Gordonsville on Monday, but they managed to win by a final score of 54-53.
After getting outscored 19-11 in the third quarter, Jackson County used a 16-9 margin to close out the victory.
Ramon Cuevas led a balanced scoring attack with 13 points, while Eli Burris and Jordon Arroyo each scored 12.
The Blue Devils will head to Celina on Tuesday to take on Clay County.
Livingston Academy 80, Smith County 47
The Wildcats advanced to the district semifinals with a dominant win over Smith County on Monday.
LA will do battle on Tuesday night at York Institute, and have clinched a region berth thanks to this win.
Matthew Sells led all scorers with 24 points, while Isaac Story added 22 points. Eli Melton scored 12 points.
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