The Bulldogs girls basketball team improved to 4-2 with a 77-58 victory over Winston County Tuesday.

Lauren Lowery led Addison with 28 points. Lauren Cutcher added 15 and Heather Baldwin scored 11.

Katie Russell and Stora Gilliland had nine and eight points, respectively.

Good Hope 65, Vinemont 23: All 10 players scored for the Class 4A, No. 1 Raiders.

Kayla Tillman led Good Hope (13-1) with 18 points. Nina Mills added 14.

Darcie Wilson tossed in 10 points and Kayla Elrod netted nine. Sierra Kinser and Cierra Jenkins each scored seven.

Vinemont was led by the 17 points of Jordan Melton.

Lindsay Lane 41, Cullman Christian 36: After playing bad all game, Cullman Christian tied the game at 36-36 with about a minute left, but turned the ball over and had to foul, but Lindsay Lane hit enough to win.

For the game, Cullman Christian had 24 turnovers and hit only 28 percent from the field.

Yancey York led with 17 points and 18 rebounds. Eliza Siegenthaler and Christine Aldijaili each scored six. Aldijaili had seven boards and Siegenthaler pulled down six. Haley White had four points and three steals.

Cullman 49, Arab 23: Monday, Cullman held Class 5A, No. 5 Arab to only 14 first-half points.

The Bearcats (9-4) bounced back from a heartbreaking loss to Brewer Friday, handing the Knights only their second loss of the season.

“That was the kind of defensive game I’ve felt we were capable of all year,” coach Jonathan Hayes said. “We finally put it all together against a good team.”

Rachel Fisher was huge defensively, “tipping almost every pass that came her way.”

Cullman was led by the 19 points, seven assists and three steals of Jorden Quick.

Morgan Smith added nine points, four rebounds, four steals and an assist.

“We got to play everybody and all but one player scored,” Hayes said. “I think they kind of had a chip on their shoulder after Friday’s loss.”

The Bearcats host Class 5A, Area 13 rival West Point Friday.

Cold Springs 79, Sumiton 29: The Class 2A, No. 6 Eagles continued to dominate Area 11 competition.

Cold Springs hit seven 3-pointers in the first quarter, scoring 27 points. Ka Ka Crider sank four-of-five treys in the quarter and Hayden West tossed in two.

For the game, the Eagles connected on 12 3s.

Chloe Harbison led with 24 points and 11 rebounds. Crider scored 14.

West added 13 points and Hanna Harbison scored nine. Abby Myrex had six points and eight assists.

Ninth grade boys

Vinemont 58, Good Hope 19: The Eagles improved to 7-1 with a blowout win.

Zach Drake led Vinemont with 17 points. Tyler Tucker and Lance Stanley each scored 11.

Nine different players scored.

For the Raiders, Tyler Elrod led with six points.

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