BLOUNTVILLE — The Sullivan Central girls basketball team continues to take care of business, much to the delight of head coach Kristi Walling.
A great start quickly faded, and what looked like the mercy rule in the making turned into a battle.
It was nip and tuck down the stretch, and Morristown East made the necessary plays.
The University High Buccaneers were hitting shot left and right shooting 47 percent from the field in a 71-29 win over Providence from late Friday night.
It was the response which Elizabethton basketball coach Lucas Honeycutt was looking for.
The Science Hill basketball team was having fun Saturday afternoon and no one was having a better time than Jake Matherne.
It took a while for Dobyns-Bennett to hit its stride Friday night, but the Lady Indians dominated the second half and went on to claim a 56-38 girls basketball win over Big Seven Conference rival David Crockett.
Tennessee High fended off a late Elizabethton rally to hand the Cyclones’ their first loss of the season 53-49 Friday night in the Doubletree Roundball Classic at the new Science Hill Gymnasium.
Back at home and in a comfort zone, Science Hill’s girls were a 32-minute problem for Tennessee High.
Simply put, Science Hill passed the exam.
ELIZABETHTON — A balanced, methodical approach to a Three Rivers Conference basketball game on Tuesday night at Treadway Gymnasium produced a 61-57 win for Elizabethton over preseason favorite Sullivan East.
Peyton Baker scored on a put-back at the buzzer to give Volunteer a 62-60 victory over David Crockett in Big Seven Conference basketball activity on Tuesday night.
ELIZABETHTON - Johnson County was in shut down mode in the second half of its non-conference basketball game Monday night at Unaka.