Page’s girls basketball team extended their winning streak to 11 games Friday, defeating Spring Hill 64-46.
The Lady Patriots jumped to a 33-19 lead in the first half and coasted to victory as Bria White led Page with 28 points.
Fellow senior Cat Taylor sunk seven 3-pointers on her way to 21 points.
Page’s last loss came Dec. 27 against Westmoreland. Since then, the Lady Patriots have defeated their opponents by an average score of 59-36.
The Yellow Jackets outscored Summit 19-13 in the final quarter but could not take the win, falling one point short. Grants Robison led Summit with 13 points and Malcolm Walker added 10 while Fairview was led by Isaac Edmondson’s 17 points with Grant Estes contributing 11.
Giles County 65
Giles County’s defense smothered the Patriots, holding Page without a double-digit scorer. Taylor Elliot had a team-high nine points for Page while Donte DeSalle added seven.
Battle Ground Academy 60
Nashville Central Christian 27
Nathan Moran sunk four 3-pointers on his way to a game-high 20 points for BGA. Brian Dangerfield added 12 in the Wildcat win.
Trailing 20-19 at halftime, Independence outscored the Burros 8-3 in third quarter. Vic Wharton led the Eagles with 17 points while Cam Miller sunk two 3-pointers on his way to 12 points.
Centennial put a scare in the District 11-AAA leading Bruins, leading 26-22 at the half, before Brentwood rallied in the final 16 minutes. Cody Shelton returned to the lineup for Brentwood with 15 points while Jack Bautista also tallied 15. Emmanuel Hall had a game-high 16 points for Centennial while 11-AAA’s leading scorer Matt Pond had 14.
Giles County 56
Giles County outscored Summit in each quarter, but their 14-4 run in the second period proved to be their best. Makinde London led the Spartans with 10 points while Grant Robison was close behind with nine.
Spring Hill 56
Spring Hill had little trouble against Page in their 36-point victory, holding the Patriots scoreless in the second quarter. Hunter Benefield, Williamson County’s leading scorer, was limited to eight points and two 3-pointers while Donte DeSalle added five points.
Marshall County 48
Trailing by four points at halftime, Fairview rallied with a 17-10 run in the third period to take the lead. Garrett Wall had a team-high 15 points for the Yellow Jackets while Deondre Moore and Grant Estes each chipped in with 11 points.
Brentwood Academy 42
A 23-13 fourth-quarter run was not enough for Brentwood Academy as they fell to McCallie 51-42. Eric Henninger led BA with 10 points while Ed Wilks finished with eight points and two 3-pointers.
Battle Ground Academy 49
Pope John Paul II 63
A slow start proved costly for the Wildcats as they could not recover from a 17-6 first quarter deficit. Gavin Shellnut led BGA with 10 points and two 3-pointers while Brian Dangerfield added nine points.
Battle Ground Academy 61
Nashville Central Christian 29
The Lady Wildcats jumped to a 39-13 advantage on NCC by halftime. Allison Cowie led the team with 18 points while Caroline Abbott sunk two 3-pointers on her way to 16 points.
Trailing 37-34 after three quarters, Fairview outscored the Lady Spartans 16-7 in the final eight minutes for the win. Taylor Langston led the Lady Yellow Jackets with 23 points while Cierra McDonald added 12. Alianah Pettus scored 13 points for Summit while Caroline Patrick was close behind with 12.
Giles County 31
Five Lady Patriots finished with double-digit point totals as Page ran away from Giles County. Cat Taylor had a team-high 13 points and Bria White added 12. Tate Byram, Chloe Wiggington, and Allison Wiley each had 10.
Paige Parker scored 22 points and made three 3-pointers in the Lady Bruins win over Centennial. Jordan Johnson led the Lady Cougars with 14 points. Olivia Shealy chipped in 11 points and two 3s for Brentwood.
Hillsboro maintained the top spot in District 11-AAA, jumping to an 18-8 lead in the first quarter on No. 2 Independence. Tayla Harmon and Hannah Winters shared a team-high 13 points for the Lady Eagles.
Giles County 44
An 11-6 run in the fourth quarter was not enough for the Lady Spartans. Kylie Hicks led the team with nine points while Sam Cook was close behind with eight.
Marshall County 55
The Lady Yellow Jackets led 27-22 at halftime before the Lady Tigerettes rallied with a 16-4 third quarter. Cierra McDonald and Taylor Langston each led Fairview with 15 points with Tiffany Franks close behind with 13.
Brentwood Academy 52
Girls Prep. 45
Brentwood Academy built an 11-point lead through three quarters before Girls Prep staged a small comeback in the final period. India Hall had a team-high 15 points for the Lady Eagles while Hailey Pierson added 12 points.
Battle Ground Academy 32
Pope John Paul II 55
Allison Cowie led BGA with 14 points and Caroline Abbott added eight in the Lady Wildcats’ loss.