Wilson Central 66, Station Camp 37
GLADEVILLE -- Sydnee Richetto drilled three 3-pointers and scored 24 points as Wilson Central knocked off Station Camp 66-37.
The Lady Wildcats broke open a 13-13 game with a 20-6 second quarter run.
Jakoria Woods and Nicole Brill had 10 points each in the win.
WCHS is scheduled to host District 9AAA rival Portland Friday, Jan. 17.
Livingston Acd. 60, Watertown 45
Brittni Allison had 11 points in Tuesday's 60-45 loss at Livingston Academy.
Delanney Hight and Daejah Maklary added nine points each and Emma Christensen had seven.
Watertown is scheduled to open a four-game home stand against Smith County High Friday, Jan. 17.
Clarksville Academy 48, Friendship Christian 27
LEBANON -- Friendship Christian's Lady Commanders dropped a 48-27 loss to Clarksville Academy Tuesday, Jan. 14 at the Bay Family Sportsplex.
Savannah Craighead led Friendship with nine points, Rachel Pippin had eight and Anna Taylor five.
FCS is scheduled to host Ezell-Harding Friday, Jan. 17. Homecoming ceremonies at 5:50 pm, girls tip at 6 pm.
Ezell-Harding 72, MJ Christian 43
MT. JULIET -- Bethany Lyons had 15 points in Mt. Juliet Christian Academy's 72-43 losing effort to visiting Ezell-Harding Tuesday.
Amelia Lyons added 12 and Shinae Johnson eight as E-H led 20-10 after one quarter and 41-24 at intermission.
Isabella Jackson led Ezell-Harding with 21 points.
MJCA is scheduled to play at Nashville Christian Thursday, Jan. 16.
Lebanon 61, Gallatin 54
GALLATIN -- Lebanon trailed early, but managed to pull out a tough 61-54 victory over Gallatin Tuesday at Jerry Vradenburg Gymnasium.
Senior Aaryn Grace Lester led the Devilettes with 20 points. Allissa Mulaski finished with 13, Terry Reynolds had nine and Rebecca Brown six. Anne Marie Heidebreicht came off the bench for five points while Avery Harris and Addie Porter had four points each.
The Devilettes, now 15-4 / 5-0 in District 9AAA, square off with 15-1 Beech Friday at Campbell Brandon Gymnasium.
Mt. Juliet 47, Hendersonville 37
Visiting Mt. Juliet picked up a District 9AAA win Tuesday, downing Hendersonville High 47-37.
The Lady Bears were led by Halle Jones and Ava Heilman with 14 points apiece. Nevaeh Majors added 13.
Mt. Juliet is slated to play at Station Camp Friday, Jan. 17.