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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.
Boys basketball: Gardendale 57, Pell City 32
Gardendale poured on the rocket fuel in the third quarter, outscoring Pell City 23-6 en route to a 57-32 victory in the first round of the Clay-Chalkville Thanksgiving Tournament on Monday night.
Girls basketball: Locust Fork 64, Cleveland 31
Kasi McMillan and Kristen Cox scored 15 points each, as Locust Fork routed Cleveland 64-31 in Monday night girls basketball action.
Girls basketball: Vestavia Hills 34, Pinson Valley 31
Pinson Valley came almost all the way back from a big halftime deficit, but not quite far enough as Vestavia Hills prevailed by a 34-31 score in the grls' semifinal of the Bryant Bank Thanksgiving Tournament at Hewitt-Trussville.
Boys basketball: Pinson Valley 56, Leeds 52
Pinson Valley had to turn on the jets to make it happen, but defensive pressure in the second half led the Indians to a 56-52 win over Leeds Monday afternoon in the consolation bracket of the Bryant Bank Thanksgiving Tournament at Hewitt-Trussville.
Softball: It's official, Carrigan Fain signs with Crimson Tide
Carrigan Fain has signed on the dotted line.
Boys basketball: Bob Jones 63, Pinson Valley 58
Pinson Valley tried to stage a comeback down the home stretch, but could not overcome a heavy first-half deficit as they fell Saturday to Bob Jones 63-58, in the opening round of the Bryant Bank Thanksgiving Tournament at Hewitt-Trussville.
Girls basketball: Pinson Valley 45, Mortimer Jordan 40
Destini McKinney scored a double-double, as Pinson Valley got its first girls basketball win of the season by defeating Mortimer Jordan 45-40.
Boys basketball: Mortimer Jordan 69, Moody 51
Mortimer Jordan used an up-tempo game in Friday's win over Moody that is a bit uncharacteristic for those in the past coached by Lynn Elkins. And the coach says fans may need to get used to it.
Girls basketball: Mortimer Jordan 63, Moody 28
Senior center Megan Snow scored 19 points — 11 of them in the first quarter alone — as Mortimer Jordan rolled over Moody 63-28 in Friday girls basketball action.
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