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Girls basketball: Cullman 58, Gardendale 48
Roxie Faulkner scored 11 points for Gardendale, but host Cullman jumped out to a big lead early was they defeated the Rockets 58-48 in girls basketball action Tuesday.
Boys basketball: Gardendale 62, Clay-Chalkville 49
Gardendale turned up the defensive pressure to start the second half, which led to a big run that propelled the Rockets to 62-49 victory Wednesday over Clay-Chalkville in the championship game of the Cougars' own Thanksgiving boys basketball tournament.
Girls basketball: Buckhorn 49, Locust Fork 45
Kasi McMillan had a huge night on the boards, pulling down 21 rebounds to go with 13 points. But it wasn't enough for Locust Fork to stop Buckhorn, who won 49-45 in girls basketball action Wednesday.
Boys basketball: Gardendale 88, Hueytown 63
Austin Hicks had his first double-double of the season, as Gardendale's boys blasted Hueytown 88-63 in the semifinals of the Clay-Chalkville Thanksgiving Tournament.
Girls basketball: Pinson Valley 46, Pelham 43
Alice Lowery led all Pinson Valley with 15 points, as they edged Pelham 46-43 in the third-place game of the Bryant Bank Thanksgiving Tournament at Hwitt-Trussville on Tuesday night.
Boys basketball: Oak Mountain 55, Pinson Valley 54
Donevan Waldrop scored 13 points, but Pinson Valley wasn't able to close the deal as Oak Mountain hit a late field goal to win 55-54 in the fifth-place game of the Bryant Bank Thanksgiving Classic tournament Tuesday.
Girls basketball: Hayden 54, Susan Moore 13
Hayden had 22 steals and grabbed 57 team rebounds, as they routed an outclassed Susan Moore squad 54-13 in girls basketball play Tuesday.
Boys basketball: Hayden 70, Susan Moore 52
Big nights for two big Hayden players led to a 70-52 victory over Susan Moore in boys basketball action Tuesday night.
Girls basketball: Hayden 65, West Point 32
Katie Parr tallied yet another double-double, as she had 16 rebounds and 11 points as Hayden scored a mercy-rule win over West Point 65-32 in Monday girls' hoops.
Boys basketball: West Point 83, Hayden 64
Four Hayden players scored in double figures, but Tristan Dubberly poured in 27 points to lead West Point to an 83-64 win in boys hoops action Monday.
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