PARROTTSVILLE—The Bridgeport-Parrottsville matchups seem to always put on a show, and Monday night was no different.

Both teams put it all out on the line, as they each split their contests Monday evening. Bridgeport’s girls topped Parrottsville in a triple overtime showcase, while Parrottsville’s boys put together a sweltering defensive performance that led to easy offense on the other end in order to top the Rockets.

Del Rio and Edgemont also split decisions on Monday, with the Lady Trojans topping the Lady Panthers to start the night, and Edgemont’s boys putting on an offensive display to cap the night with a win over Del Rio.

Grassy Fork and Cosby each swept their opponents in Northwest and Centerview, while Smoky Mountain enjoyed a quick open date.

BRIDGEPORT 49, PARROTTSVILLE 44 (GIRLS)

Bridgeport and Parrottsville put on a triple-overtime thriller on Monday night, but it was the Lady Rockets that came out victorious.

Led by Madylyn Bible’s game-high 23 points, Bridgeport was able to pull away in the third overtime period to pull out a huge 49-44 victory over the Lady Parrotts on the road.

Destiny Reece and Blake Clevenger each led Parrottsville in scoring. Reece put up 16 while Clevenger added 14.

Bridgeport held an 11-6 lead after one, but it was Parrottisville that took a 22-20 lead into the break. The Lady Parrotts maintained their advantage with a 28-26 lead going into the final frame, but Bridgeport made up the difference to force overtime.

Neither team scored in the first overtime period, and each only put up two points in the second overtime frame. Tied at 37 going into the third OT, Bridgeport was able to find production on the offensive end and pull away for the five-point victory.

BRIDGEPORT (49): Madylyn Bible 23, Halle Kitchen 8, Hannah Linderman 6, Calie Presenell 4, Kionna Williams 4, Alexis Evans 2, Chesnee Rollins 2.

PARROTTSVILLE (44): Destiny Reece 16, Blake Clevenger 14, Isabella Wilson 6, Kiersten Moore 3, Brooke Clevenger 3, Abby Niethammer 2.

PARROTTSVILLE 60, BRIDGEPORT 38 (BOYS)

The Parrottsville Parrotts came out of the gate strong as they dominated from start to finish in a 60-38 home win over the Bridgeport Rockets on Monday.

Cooper Kelley led all scorers with 30 points. Bridgeport’s Keagan Hall led the team with 13.

The Parrotts opened the game with a 23-5 lead after the first period, and took a 37-13 lead into the half. Bridgeport was able to close the gap some in the third to a 50-34 deficit, but Parrottsville pulled away again down the stretch to pick up the 22-point victory at home.

Parrottsville will remain at home on Thursday when it hosts Del Rio. Bridgeport continues its road trip when it takes on Cosby. Both games are set for 6 p.m. starts.

PARROTTSVILLE (60): Cooper Kelley 30, Logan Hommel 8, Alex Fine 8, Ethan Nease 6, Leland Sartain 5, Dolan Turner 3.

BRIDGEPORT (38): Keagan Hall 13, Kaden Shropshire 8, Raeshon Palmer 7, Zander Ball 4, Hayden Smith 2, River Shropshire 2, Blake Ellison 2.

DEL RIO 29, EDGEMONT 20 (GIRLS)

The Del Rio Lady Trojans’ offensive production in the third quarter was enough to help them pull away for a 29-20 victory over the Edgemont Lady Panthers on Monday.

Jessi Swanger led the Lady Trojans with seven points. Edgemont’s Kenzie Stuart led all scorers in the event with nine.

Both teams struggled to start the game. Del Rio and Edgemont closed the first period at a 2-2 stalemate, with the Lady Trojans pulling away for an 8-6 lead at the half.

The third quarter was the difference maker, as Del Rio churned out 13 points in the frame. Swanger had all seven of her points in the frame to help give the Lady Trojans a 21-13 lead heading into the fourth.

Del Rio maintained its lead down the stretch to pull out the nine-point victory at home on Monday.

DEL RIO (29): Jessi Swanger 7, Hannah Strange 6, Sierra Fisher 6, Ariel Woody 4, Chyenne Dockery 4, Vanessa Diaz 2.

EDGEMONT (20): Kenzie Stuart 9, Kera Clevenger 6, Kadence Watson 2, Lola Lulo 2, Kenley Jones 1.

EDGEMONT 55, DEL RIO 24 (BOYS)

The Edgemont Panthers’ second-quarter explosion paved the way to a lopsided 55-24 road win over the Del Rio Trojans on Monday.

Ethan Watson led all scorers with 16 in favor of the Panthers. Del Rio was led by Eli Roberts’ eight points in the loss.

Del Rio led at the end of one with a 9-7 lead, but Edgemont poured in bucket after bucket in the second period, putting up 26 points to take a 33-15 lead into the half. Watson had 10 in the second quarter alone, while Kalen Hawkins added eight to help lead the Panthers in the high-scoring period.

Edgemont’s lead continued to grow in the second half. It took a 42-21 lead into the fourth before finishing off the 31-point road win.

Both Edgemont and Del Rio will be on the road to finish this week. Edgemont travels to Centerview on Thursday, while Del Rio makes the trip to Parrottsville. Both games are set for 6 p.m. starts.

EDGEMONT (55): Ethan Watson 16, Jerome Cofield 9, Kalen Hawkins 8, Darius Marshall 7, Kaden Showman 2, Caden Lane 2, Haiden McMahan 2, Jarius Scipio 2, Luke Jones 2.

DEL RIO (24): Eli Roberts 8, Elijah Hembree 7, David Carver 6, C.J. Hopkins 2, Logan Bowlin 1.

GRASY FORK 50, NORTHWEST 18 (GIRLS)

Coming out of the gate strong, Grassy Fork imposed its will early en route to a 50-18 road win over Northwest on Monday.

Shylee Shelton led all scorers with 14 in the victory. She was followed by teammate Madison Miller’s 10 points. Northwest was led in scoring by Jada Lorenzo, who had nine.

The Lady Ravens of Grassy Fork opened Monday night’s affair with a 17-0 lead at the end of the first period, and carried a 35-6 lead into the half. Shelton had all 14 of her points by the break.

Northwest cut into the deficit in the third quarter, but wasn’t able to cut in far enough. Grassy Fork maintained a 41-17 lead going into the fourth before closing out the 32-point victory.

GRASSY FORK (50): Shylee Shelton 14, Madison Miller 10, Shaylee Coggins 9, Stella Perry 6, Alexis McGaha 5, Kate Raines 4, Chloe Hance 2.

NORTHWEST (18): Jada Lorenzo 9, Brook Williams 4, Alexis Morales 2, Faith Robinson 2, Carrina McCarthy Leclesma 1.

GRASSY FORK 43, NORTHWEST 25 (BOYS)

Grassy Fork’s performance in the middle frames of the game allowed it to pull away from Northwest for a 43-25 victory on the road on Monday.

Kannon Surber led the Ravens with 12 points. Cyler Davis and Peyton Raines each joined their teammate with double-digit scoring figures. Davis had 11 and Raines added 10. Northwest’s Rolando Campos-Rodriguez was the game’s leading scorer with 15.

The Patriots of Northwest opened the contest with an 8-7 lead after one, but Grassy Fork pushed ahead by the half to take a 19-13 lead.

The Ravens continued to extend their lead to start the second half, going up 30-22 at the end of the third. Grassy Fork limited Northwest to just three points in the final period to thwart any comeback hopes, as the Ravens went on to take an 18-point victory on the road.

Northwest will remain at home to end the week when it hosts Smoky Mountain for a 6 p.m. tip. Grassy Fork will have an open date on Thursday, and will return to action on Monday by hosting Cosby.

GRASSY FORK (43): Kannon Surber 12, Cyler Davis 11, Peyton Raines 10, Trevor LaRue 6, Spencer Moore 2.

NORTHWEST (25): Rolando Campos-Rodriguez 15, Brandon Millette 7, Benito Torres 3.

COSBY 52, CENTERVIEW 35 (GIRLS)

The Cosby Lady Eagles put up a high-scoring effort on Monday night as they went on to top the Centerview Lady Falcons 52-35 at home.

Ariel Ottinger led the Lady Eagles with 14, as she was one of four players that reached double-digit scoring figures. Kylee Cornwell and Gracie Jenkins each posted 13 points apiece, while Shylee Weeks added 12.

Centerview’s Abby Zajac led all scorers on Monday with 19.

Cosby jumped out to a 16-3 lead after the first period before taking a 26-10 lead into the half. The Lady Falcons cut into the lead to start the second half, making it a 35-22 game heading into the fourth, but it wasn’t enough. Cosby maintained its advantage down the stretch to pull out the 17-point victory over the Lady Falcons.

COSBY (52): Ariel Ottinger 14, Kylee Cornwell 13, Gracie Jenkins 13, Shylee Weeks 12.

CENTERVIEW (35): Abby Zajac 19, Mason McMahan 8, Cadence Phillips 6, Emma Barrett 2.

COSBY 37, CENTERVIEW 27 (BOYS)

The Cosby Eagles’ work through the middle portion of Monday night’s game was the deciding factor in their 37-27 home win over Centerview.

Led by Tristian Ellison’s game-high 18 points, the Eagles’ second and third quarter production proved too much for the Falcons to overcome. Austin Sprouse added 10 more in favor of Cosby. Cameron Turner and Luke Jarnigan co-led Centerview in scoring with six apiece.

Cosby led 8-5 after the first period, but expanded that advantage to a 21-10 lead at the half. Ellison, who led the Eagles with 10 points at the half, opened the second half strong with eight points in the third to help push Cosby out to a 35-16 lead at the end of the third.

Centerview got a chunk of the deficit back in the fourth, but it wasn’t enough to overcome Cosby’s entire advantage. The Eagles went on to secure the 10-point victory.

Both Cosby and Centerview will be home to close out the week on Thursday. The Eagles host Bridgeport, while the Falcons will host Edgemont with both games set to start at 6 p.m.

COSBY (37): Tristian Ellison 18, Austin Sprouse 10, Oaklon Cameron 3, Jaxon Cameron 2, Greycin Cobble 2, Aiden Whaley 2.

CENTERVIEW (27): Cameron Turner 6, Luke Jarnigan 6, Ethan Hurley 4, Albert Liner 3, Rafe Faustino 2, Kyler Browning 2.

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