Mt. Juliet 81, Hendersonville 39

Mt. Juliet won 81-39 at Hendersonville Friday to move to 14-2 on the year and 5-0 in District 9AAA.

Senior Will Pruitt had 23 points, Charles Clark 13 and Riggs Abner 12.

The Friday, Jan. 17 contest at Station Camp will be televised LIVE on MyTV30.

Lebanon 54, Gallatin 49

GALLATIN -- Lebanon rallied from 15 down in the third quarter to score a 54-49 win over Gallatin Tuesday at Jerry Vradenburg Gymnasium.

The Blue Devils locked down the victory with a 7-of-8 performance at the line in the fourth quarter.

David Greene led LHS with 24 points and Gaven Reasonover added 12. Jamar Kynard had seven and Polo Phillips six. 

The Blue Devils improved to 15-3 overall / 4-1 in District 9AAA headed into a Friday, Jan. 17 home game versus Beech.

Watertown 75, Livingston Acd. 71

LIVINGSTON -- Watertown improved to 13-4 overall / 3-2 in District 8AA following Tuesday's tight 75-71 victory at Livingston Academy.

Watertown is scheduled to open a four-game home stand against Smith County High Friday, Jan. 17.

Wilson Central 68, Station Camp 67

GLADEVILLE -- Zack Markus-Kellerman drilled a free throw with less than 10 seconds remaining in overtime to lead Wilson Central to a stunning 68-67 overtime win over Station Camp Tuesday.

The Wildcats connected on 15 3-pointers and were led by Jordan Beard with 18 points. Connor Miller added 15 and Adler Kerr chipped in with 11, Caleb Lawrence 10 and Markus-Kellerman eight.  Daniel Beard rounded out the Wilson Central scoring with six points on a pair of 3-pointers.

WCHS (9-8 / 1-4 in District 9AAA) is scheduled to host district rival Portland Friday, Jan. 17.

Ezell-Harding 65, MJ Christian 55 -

Mt. Juliet Christian dropped to 5-10 on the season following Tuesday's 65-55 home loss to Ezell-Harding.

Jordan Willis led the Saints with 17. Shawn Link & Justin Matthews each had 11 in the loss.

MJCA is scheduled to play at Nashville Christian Thursday, Jan. 16.

Clarksville Academy 50, Friendship Christian 39

Friendship Christian slipped to 8-13 overall / 1-7 following Tuesday's 50-39 loss to Clarksville Academy at the Bay Family Sportsplex.

Andrew Mathis hit four 3-pointers and finished with 18 points for the Commanders.

FCS will host Ezell-Harding Friday, Jan. 17. Homecoming ceremonies at 5:50 pm, girls tip at 6 pm.

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