A 13-0 run late in the second quarter ignited the Byhalia Indians Saturday night on their way to an 80-48 win over Marshall County rival Potts Camp.
Holly Springs and Ashland turned up the heat again in rubber match-ups Friday night.
Marshall Academy made the long trip to Columbus Christian on Monday of last week and returned home with one win and one loss.
H.W. Byers dropped a pair of basketball games Friday night at home to Coffeeville.
The girls fell 55-10, and the boys lost 56-50.
Photos by Ronnie Day
Lady Hawks Kayla Criss (31) and Jayla Stevenson (14) try to halt a drive to the basket by Lady Indian Xzadria Holpe (31).
Byhalia’s Keshun Falkner (21) provides some opposition as DaQuan Smith of Holly High looks to score.
Avion Graham (5) of Byhalia is defended by Holly High’s Ladarius Stinson (33). Also pictured in the background are Indian Jerrell Brounson (1) and Hawk Kendrick Fountain. The Indians and the Hawks will meet again January 3 in Holly Springs.
Long-time rivals Holly Springs and Byhalia battled in heated contests on the Indians’ home court Friday night, Nov. 18.