% Holly Pond 70, Fairview 15: The Broncos had no trouble with Fairview, rebounding big following their tough loss to Cold Springs last Friday.
Holly Pond led at the quarter breaks 22-0, 48-6 and 61-10.
Every player for Holly Pond scored in the game.
Taylor Terry collected 15 points, while teammates Natasha Holcombe and Lexy Malone tallied 14 and 10 points, respectively in the win.
Rachel Finley netted nine, Meg Gambrill, eight, Kristen Sparks, six and Taylor Rowell, three.
The Aggies’ leading scorer was Kennedy Trimble with seven.
The win brings the Broncos’ record to 10-2 overall.
% Cullman Christian 56, Bethel Baptist 22: The Cullman Christian girls continued their winning ways by putting the hammer down on Bethel Baptist Tuesday night.
The Lions (11-1) took a 34-5 led into halftime and were never threatened the rest of the way.
Yancey York played a tremendous game, scoring a career high 30 points while also collecting 15 rebounds in the process.
Haley White did a bit of everything, collecting 15 points, 10 assists, six rebounds and four steals.
Jordan Canaday added six points, three assists and two steals, while Louanne Stillwell put up four points, five boards and three steals in the easy win for the Lions.
Cullman Christian travels to Lindsey Lane tonight.
% Good Hope 27, West Point 22: In a game that took place last Friday night, the Raiders were able to squeak past the Warriors to garner a five-point victory.
For the Raiders, Celest Whisenant put up 15 points, while teammates Kaylee Maddox and Aylssa Harlin each netted five.
West Point’s top scorer was Tanner Quick with eight.
Daeshia Smith also put up five points in the loss.
% The Times’ sports writer Jake Winfrey contributed to this report.