Zach Baswell and Zach Douglas combined for 31 points, leading the West Point High boys to a 58-42 win over Hanceville Tuesday night.
Baswell scored a team-high 16 points for the Warriors while Douglas poured in 15.
Hanceville took an early lead, carrying a 14-10 advantage into the second quarter. West Point responded with a 17-7 run to take a 27-21 lead into halftime.
West Point outscored Hanceville 31-21 in the second half.
Geoffrey Hall paced Hanceville with 21 points and D.J. Lesley added nine.
Tyler Vandergrift added eight for West Point and Blake Horton tossed in seven.
• Cold Springs 60, Holly Pond 46: The seventh-ranked (2A) Eagles grabbed their 12th consecutive win, beating Cullman County rival Holly Pond at home.
Cold Springs led 17-16 after one quarter, 34-31 at halftime and 45-40 entering the fourth quarter.
Chayse Elliott scored 15 points to pace the Eagles (21-4), while Ryan Hardin finished with 12 and Joseph Burleson had 10. Jesse Lay and Nick Blanks added seven apiece.
Holly Pond (10-13) was led by Wesley Graham, who scored 16 points, Drew Adams finished with 12 and Thomas Hays added six.
• Good Hope 77, Fairview 71 (OT): Good Hope outscored Fairview 13-7 in overtime to pick up the road victory.
The Raiders (16-7) trailed 71-69 with less than two minutes remaining before scoring the final eight points of the game. Kayla Tillman gave Good Hope the lead for good with 1:21 left and the Raiders iced it with free throws.
Tillman and Nina Mills scored 26 points apiece to lead Good Hope, which led 50-45 entering the fourth period. Elizabeth Hardin scored 11 and Ashley Stanley added seven.
For Fairview (10-10), Jazz Foust had 26 points and 10 rebounds, while Alysha Smith had six points and 13 rebounds. Kacie Mangum finished with 18 points and Kayla Schnittker added 15.
Good Hope hosts Cold Springs on Friday, while Fairview hosts Cullman.
• West Point 56, Hanceville 52: West Point won its third straight game, beating Cullman County rival Hanceville at home.
Susan Harbison scored 14 points while Sarah Perry added 12 for the Warriors (12-6), who led 18-13 after one quarter, 28-25 at halftime and 43-28 entering the fourth period.
Kaitlin Chappell scored 11 points and Rachel Persall tossed in 10 for West Point.
For Hanceville (6-9), Blair Nall scored 18 points, Brionna Morgan had 12 and Katie Arnold added 11.
Junior Varsity Girls
• Cold Springs 42, Holly Pond 20: Katie Self paced Cold Springs with 12 points, leading the Eagles to a win over Holly Pond.
Hayden West added eight for Cold Springs, while Haley Freeman tossed in seven.
Kylie Elrod led Holly Pond with seven points.