In the first round games on Thursday, the Lady Rangers from Lewisburg took on the Chandlers Lady Bears.
The Lady Rangers defeated the Lady Bears 40-13. Jordan Goss led Lewisburg with 17 points and Brena Baptiste collected 14 points. Desirae Powell and Amber Carroll both got 5 points for the Lady Bears in the losing cause.
The second game on Thursday was the Olmstead Rams taking on the Chandler Bears.
The Rams of Olmstead won the game 43-26. Lorenzo Garcia led the Rams with 16 points. Tristen Armstrong had 10 points for the Bears.
The Lady Rangers and Rams would advance to the semi-finals on Saturday night.
The semi-finals on Saturday afternoon started with an exciting game featuring the Adairville Lady Cardinals taking on the Auburn Lady Tigers.
The Lady Cardinals from Adairville ousted the Lady Tigers in overtime to punch their tickets to the championship game 27-22. Adairville leading scorers were Lauren Batton with 10 points, and Brianna Wooden with 5 points. Auburn was led by Kaitlynne Fisher with 12 points and Sierra Morrow with six points.
Then it was the boys turn as the Tigers and Cardinals squared off for their chance at the title game.
The Tigers survived a second half charge by the Cardinals and secured a spot in the championship game with a 36-31 victory. Auburn was led by Michael Riley with 17 points and Taylor Owens added seven points. Adairville was led by Austin Rayno with 17 points and Jackson Allen with seven points.
To cap off the night the number one overall seed Lady Rams of Olmstead took on the Lady Rangers from Lewisburg.
The Lady Rams from Olmstead turned away the Lady Rangers from Lewisburg 42-20. Ciera Johnson led the balanced scoring from Olmstead with 10 points, Taylor Borders added 8 points. Breanna Baptiste scored 8 points for Lewisburg and Lauren Burnett added 4 points.
Then to wrap up the semi-finals, the Lewisburg Rangers outlasted the Olmstead Rams 46-29. Lorenzo Garcia led the Rams with 11 points, and Dalton Nash tossed in 7 points. Garrison Rosser led the Rangers with 14 points and Quentin Nash with 12 points.
Monday four teams will be vying for two titles.
The Olmstead Lady Rams will look to make it back to back titles, while the Lady Cardinals will look to pull the upset and cut down the nets.
The Auburn Tigers, who were last year’s runner ups, will look to take home the title, while the Lewisburg Rangers will look to wrap up a successful season by lifting the trophy they have been gunning for all season.