The Northview Academy girls basketball team shared the rock well on Wednesday in a big win.

They hit 12 3-pointers and recorded 21 assists on 30 made buckets in the win.

After leading 31-22 at the half, they came out in the third quarter and scored 26 points, taking a 26-point lead.

Sophomore Reagan Brown scored 13 points in the quarter and led the team with 21 points.

Savannah Bates added 15 points, while Kortlynn Brown scored 13, all of which came in the fourth quarter.

”Today was another well balanced attack for the win,” Northview Academy head coach Brooke Shelley said. “We settled down in the second half and executed on the offensive end much better. We shared the ball extremely well today, giving up good looks for great looks. We have to do a better job on the defensive end, because if our outside shot isn’t falling, we probably won’t be successful giving up 50 points.”

Northview Academy boys 68, Washburn 23The Northview Academy boys basketball team rolled on Wednesday due to a strong defensive performance.

The Cougars led 36-16 at the half, but after Washburn scored seven points in the third quarter, they held them scoreless in the fourth.

Korbin Presnell and Conner Weyant both scored 15 points in the win.

”I am proud of our guys for getting another win,” Northview head coach Cory Harkleroad said. “We came out a little flat, but we really picked up the defensive intensity in the second half. I really like the effort our guys have been playing with the last few games.”

Pigeon Forge girls 64, Cosby 42A trio of Lady Tigers lifted them against Cosby. Coral Powell led the way with 16 points, while Pation Whaley added 15 points in the win.

Hagen Kirkpatrick also scored 14.

Pigeon Forge jumped on Cosby early as they led 19-5 after one quarter and 36-20 at the half.

South Doyle girls 58, Pigeon Forge 46Pigeon Forge fell behind early Wednesday vs South Doyle and was never able to recover.

The Lady Tigers scored only 5 points in the first quarter and 15 in the first half, but Whaley heated up after halftime. She scored 17 of her team high 21 points in the second half.

Pigeon Forge boys 57, Cosby 40 Pigeon Forge pulled away from Cosby late on Tuesday after the game was close most of the way.

Aidan Lacey led all scorers with 20 as he pushed the Tigers to the victory.

Corey Bohanan also added 11 points.

Grainger 56, The King’s Academy girls 31Brady Branam led TKA with 10 points and five rebounds in the loss while Cassie George scored eight points and Leah Thornton added seven.

South Doyle 57, Pigeon Forge boys 50Granger 82, TKA boys 42