* Brooke Copeland, Bradley Central: Her 20 points paced the Bearettes' 69-29 District 5-AAA basketball win over Ooltewah.
* Erika Woodfin, Dade County: She made a season-high seven 3-point shots when the Lady Wolverines defeated Coosa 67-34 in a Georgia Region 7-AA game.
* D'Mondta Smith, Hixson: The senior reached the 1,500-point mark in his career and finished with 25 to go with eight rebounds and four assists, but Brainerd pulled out a 71-70 victory in the District 6-AA game.
* Ryan Armour and Daniel Brooks, Gordon Lee: Armour totaled 21 points, 11 rebounds and three blocks and the last of Brooks' 14 points was a 3-pointer with 1.5 seconds remaining that lifted the Trojans past Darlington 60-57 in a Georgia Region 6-A game.
* Molly and Taylor Palmer, Calhoun: Each had 12 points as Calhoun ran its record to 22-1 with a 44-39 defeat of Armuchee.
* Jessica Caudle, East Hamilton: With 15 points, she led a 46-31 win over East Ridge.
* Jamee Ward, Brainerd: Her 25 points topped a 52-30 defeat of Hixson.
* Brittany McElvain and Quanisha Roberts, Tyner: Each had 11 points in a 54-19 win over Red Bank.
* Emileigh Swafford, Meigs County: She scored 29 points in a 83-53 defeat of Sequoyah.
* Joanna Smith, Chattanooga Christian: Her 13 points paced the Lady Chargers over Grace Academy, 43-29.
* Elizabeth Masengil, McMinn Central: She added seven rebounds to her 30 points in a 68-62 win over McMinn County.
* Brianna Farris, GPS: She scored 22 points in a 76-43 loss to Harpeth Hall.
* Kristin Hill, Grundy County: She led all scorers with 15 as the Lady Yellow Jackets raced past South Pittsburg, 62-15.
* Aubrey Clemons, Lakeview-Fort Oglethorpe: She scored 11 points in her team's 34-28 Georgia Region 5-AAA loss to Adairsville.
* Kaleigh Clemons, Baylor: With 10 points, she was the only double-digit scorer in a 36-28 loss to Brentwood Academy.
* Ima Akpan, Hamilton Heights: Her 31 points included five 3s as the Lady Hawks blew out Lancaster Christian, 82-51.
* Soneisha Provins, Richard Hardy: She poured in 23 points, including a school-record seven 3s, in a 70-45 victory over Lookout Valley.
* Maddie Wright, Boyd-Buchanan: Her 10 points pushed the Lady Bucs past Copper Basin, 38-30.
* Mariah Massengill, Silverdale Baptist: She had 27 points and five steals in a 52-38 downing of Arts & Sciences, clinching the District 5-A championship in the process.
* Kendrick Thompson, Cleveland: In a 60-44 win over Knoxville West, he poured in 27 points.
* Tim Webb, McMinn Central: His 15 points led a 65-34 defeat of McMinn County.
* LaDarius Watkins, East Hamilton: A 12-point, 12-rebound double-double from Watkins helped push the Hurricanes past East Ridge, 61-48.
* Alec Rattanaxay, Lakeview-Fort Oglethorpe: With 26 points, he guided LFO to a 59-52 defeat of Adairsville.
* Eric Hale, Bledsoe County: He led area scorers with 36 points as the Warriors vanquished Van Buren County, 83-44.
* Andrew Millsaps, Sequoyah: He scored 22 in a 72-62 defeat of Meigs County.
* Fitzgerald Morris, Lookout Valley: His 21 points guided the Yellow Jackets past Richard Hardy, 60-37.
* Justus McMillan, Boyd-Buchanan: He had 16 points and eight assists in a 68-53 win over Copper Basin as the Bucs secured a share of the District 5-A regular-season championship.
* Demetric Johnson, South Pittsburg: He put up 23 points as the Pirates beat Grundy County 75-62.
* Justin Havis and Logan Bryant, Whitwell: Each had 14 points in a 59-56 squeaker over Sequatchie County.
* Madison Tucker, Sequatchie County: He scored 24 in a losing effort.
* Chaison Gordon, Arts & Sciences: His 23 points sparked the Patriots to a 59-50 win over Silverdale Baptist and a share of the District 5-A regular-season title.
* Matt Clendenen, Baylor: He scored 19 points as the Red Raiders topped Brentwood Academy, 43-36.
* Josh Owens, St. Andrew's-Sewanee: He scored 11, but the Mountain Lions fell 61-23 to Knoxville Webb in a Division II-A state playoff.
* Halei LeQuire, Bledsoe County: She scored 24 points as the Lady Warriors held off Van Buren County, 73-71.
* Lakelyn Bouldin, Van Buren County: She had 38 points in the Eaglettes' two-point loss.