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Boyd-Buchanan 64, Silverdale Academy 45
Hall Allen scored 22 points and Boyd-Buchanan used a big second half to beat Silverdale Academy 64-45 Friday night to stay in a tie for first in District 3-A.

The Bucs (18-7, 4-1 in 3-A) remain knotted with Arts and Sciences atop the standings with two games left in the regular season. The Patriots beat Copper Basin 71-44 Friday night.

Silverdale looked to play the spoiler early, opening up a nine-point first quarter lead. The Seahawks kept pushing the tempo in the second quarter, forcing a variety of Boyd-Buchanan turnovers en route to a 29-20 halftime lead.

The Bucs were a different team in the second half, though, catching fire to outscore Silverdale 44-16 over the final 16 minutes.

Justin McMillan added 17 points for Boyd-Buchanan  and Austin Walker chipped in 12.

Ben Strawn led the Seahawks with 14 points, while Spencer Mossburg finished with 11.

Brainerd 71, East Ridge 65 (2 OT)
Orlando Moore led three Brainerd players in double figures with 22 points and added 19 rebounds to help the Panthers outlast East Ridge 71-65 in double-overtime Friday night.

The win helps the Panthers keep pace in the District 6-AA race behind first-place Howard. Brainerd (11-10, 9-4 in 6-AA) is now tied in the loss column with both East Hamilton and Tyner, two games behind the Hustlin' Tigers (9-2).

East Hamilton lost at home to Central on Friday night to fall from sole possession of second place, while Tyner beat Hixson to make it a three-way tie.

East Ridge owned a three-point halftime lead and pushed the advantage to nine in the third quarter. Brainerd rallied in the final period to force OT, then needed an extra ten minutes to put the Pioneers away.

Tyree Stubbs and Marques Tipton each added 16 points for Brainerd.

Eddie Hitchcock led East Ridge with 19 points. Kolbe King added 17, J.J. Johnson finished with 12 and Derrick Davidson added ten.

Other high school scores from Friday, February 1:

Boys Basketball
CSAS 71, Copper Basin 47
Central 50, East Hamilton 47
MBA 60, Baylor 52
McCallie 51, Brentwood Academy 42
Bradley Central 81, Rhea County 59
Cleveland 62, Walker Valley 61
Notre Dame 48, Chattanooga Christian 34
Tyner 73, Hixson 53
Howard 66, Austin-East 53
Red Bank 72, Grace Academy 70 (OT)
Bledsoe County 93, Sequatchie County 51
Ooltewah 75, Soddy-Daisy 62
North Sand Mountain 56, South Pittsburg 45
Whitwell 74, Marion County 69
Hamilton Heights 85, Chattanooga Patriots 56
St. Andrew's-Sewanee 61, King's Academy 58
Ridgeland 48, Heritage 42
Calhoun 67, Murray County 43
North Murray 56, Ringgold 21
Northwest Whitfield 70, Southeast Whitfield 40

Girls Basketball
East Hamilton 47, Central 36
Brentwood Academy 52, GPS 45
Bledsoe County 76, Sequatchie County 30
Walker Valley 50, Cleveland 36
Harpeth Hall 63, Baylor 45
Ooltewah 54, Soddy-Daisy 43
Grace Academy 53, Red Bank 19
Hamilton Heights 81, Chattanooga Patriots 29
Whitwell 66, Marion County 33
Meigs County 69, Sequoyah 26
Sale Creek 69, Richard Hardy 56
Brainerd 55, East Ridge 28
Tyner 56, Hixson 42
Chattanooga Christian 42, Notre Dame 32
North Sand Mountain 60, South Pittsburg 39
Bradley Central 43, Rhea County 29
Heritage 56, Ridgeland 30
Calhoun 59, Murray County 39
Dade County 85, Chattooga 30
Gordon Lee 73, Mount Zion 37

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