Hampton, Lake County, Middleton and Perry County Advance to Class A Semi-Finals

Hampton 61

Summertown 47 

Nathaneal Hughes (Hampton) and Dylan Ward (Hampton) stood tall leading the Bulldogs past Summertown in the day's first Class A contest.

Both teams started slow before Hampton outscored the Eagles 21-13 in the third quarter to take their commanding advantage.

Hughes finished with 26 points and Ward added 23 markers and grabbed 15 caroms.

Jordan Chard (Summertown) led the Eagles with 15 points, Eli Matthews (Summertown) chipped in with 11 in the loss.


Lake County 66


Zay Coleman (Lake County) drained four straight charity shots to close the game and the Falcons of Lake County got past an aggressive CSAS squad 66-62 to advance to the semi-final round against Hampton.

Rafeal Tyler (Lake County) hit two foul shots to move the Falcons ahead 62-60 before Coleman hit two of his last four free tosses to give Lake County a 64-60 lead with only ticks left on the clock.

Shariff Cobb (CSAS) scored on a driving lay-in to close the gap before Coleman netted his final two for the victory.

Tyler was the scoring hero draining 27 points for the Falcons. Coleman, a freshman point guard, finished with 13 points.

Cobb led the Patriots with 19 markers followed closely by Alex Stallion (CSAS) with 16 and Malik Dodds (CSAS) added 10.


Middleton 52

Cloudland 37

Javonte Woody (Middleton) led all scorers with 22 points and lifted the Tigers into the semi-final round with a 52-37 victory over the Highlanders.

Cloudland hung tough for three quarters slowing down the tempo and winning the battle of the loose balls.

Middleton used their depth and ability to create turnovers into a big fourth quarter and ran away with the win.

Matthew Potter (Cloudland) led the Highlanders with 13 points.


Perry County 67

Clay County 45

Cannon Rhodes (Perry County) nailed six three's and finished with 22 points leading the Vikings past Clay County 67-45 and a date with Middleton in the semi-finals on Friday.

Rhodes was deadly from deep and got plenty of scoring help from Dray Mercer (Perry County) with 11 points and Jacob Tucker (Perry County) with 10.

Trent Boles (Clay County) played a sterling second half and finished with 17 points for the Bulldogs.