Keidron Batey scored a layup with less than a second to play to lift the Nolensville High School boys basketball team to a 56-54 win over visiting Independence Tuesday in Nolensville.
Ashton Smith scored 13 points, Davin Watkins had 10 and Max McAllister nine for the Knights. Baitey closed with six.
Cameron Bell finished with 17 points and Owen Ries added 11 to lead the Eagles, which held a slim 42-40 edge to open the fourth.
Nolensville returns to the court on Monday at Fairview.
Nolensville girls 66, Independence 26
Zoe Piller recorded 25 points, 10 rebounds and four steals and the Lady Knights picked up a non conference win against Indy Tuesday at home.
Caymin Ladd tossed in 16 points and four steals as 10 Nolensville girls reached the scorebook.
Centennial boys 51, Summit 41
The Cougars built a double-figure lead in the second half and hung on to it for a District 11-AAA win at Summit on Tuesday.
Trayvon Barbarry netted 14 and Patrick Garrett had 13 for Centennial, which went on a 16-9 run in the third to push in front 39-25 entering the fourth.
Lincoln Aholt chipped in 10 points for the Cougars.
Andrew Smith scored seven points and both Bradley Stewart and Tre Hunter had six apiece for the Spartans.
Summit girls 48, Centennial 22
Ellie Colson collected 10 points and 10 rebounds and the Lady Spartans overpowered Centennial at home in a District 11-AAA contest Tuesday in Spring Hill.
Delaney Noe led Summit with 13 points, including three 3-pointers, and Claudette Runk tallied 10 points and seven rebounds.
Summit limited Centennial to single-digit scoring in each quarter and constructed a 27-8 lead at the break.
Sheraton Foster scored eight points for Centennial.
Ravenwood boys 56, Dickson County 27
The Raptors improved to 5-1 overall and 3-0 in District 11-AAA with a home win Tuesday over Dickson County.
Jake Mulder paced a balanced attack with 11 points for Ravenwood, Nick Dang added nine points, while both Matthew Williams and Owen Grismore each tossed in eight.
Ravenwood had a slow start, but used a 17-4 run before the half to take control. The home team also went on an 18-3 run in the fourth.
Joshua Cope hit four 3-pointers and had 12 points to lead the Cougars.
Ravenwood girls 74, Dickson County 59
Lexi Erickson dropped 23 points to lead all scorers and the Lady Raptors posted a District 11-AAA win Tuesday at home.
Reghan Grimes added 15 points and Elizabeth Flynn recorded 11 more for Ravenwood.
Brentwood girls 58, Christ Presbyterian Academy 52
Amelia Osgood, Sydney Ryan and Sophie Roston all reached double-figures in the scorebook and the Lady Bruins fended off CPA Tuesday in a non conference tilt.
Osgood closed with 14 points, Ryan had 10 and Roston tacked on 10.
Brentwood next hosts Summit on Friday.
Columbia Academy boys 73, Battle Ground Academy 55
The host Bulldogs used a 23-12 run through the second quarter to gain some separation and added to it late to clip BGA Tuesday.
Tanner Ham hit all 10 of his free throws and led four Columbia Academy players in double figures with 19 points, while Will Jackson added 11.
BGA led 17-15 at the end of the first quarter, before the Bulldogs built a 38-29 lead at the break.
Sean Williams scored 10 of his 19 points in the third quarter to lead the Wildcats. De’Montae Frierson added 10 points for BGA.
Battle Ground Academy girls 66, Columbia Academy 43
Kearstyn Seay poured in 23 points and Graci Semptimphelter added 19 as the BGA girls rolled to a win at Columbia Academy Tuesday.
The Lady Wildcats extended a 32-21 halftime lead with a 20-11 run through the third quarter and added to the big advantage in the fourth. Lindsey Summarell chipped in 14 points in the win.
Jaelyn Hickerson netted 14 for the Lady Bulldogs.
Lebanon girls 62, Brentwood Academy 51
Addie Porter scored 17, Terri Reynolds had 16 and the visiting Blue Devils picked up a non conference win at Brentwood Academy Tuesday.
Lebanon broke open a tight game by outscoring the Lady Eagles 25-12 in the final eight minutes led by Reynolds, who netted 11 points in the final frame.
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