The Madison Southern boys basketball team put together a very solid performance Thursday in the opening round of the Rock Holiday Classic in Coconut Creek, Fla.
The Eagles (5-5) defeated Leman Manhattan Prep (N.Y.), 64-47.
Chad Fugate had a team-best 21 points for Southern. Nate Turner had a trio of three-pointers and finished with 17 points and five rebounds.
Hunter Buchanan had seven points. Jonah Wooten had six points and six rebounds.
Aaron Johnson had three points, while Samuel Lee, Britten Robinson, Colby Sebastian, Jayden Adams and Colby Conrad each had two points.
Southern was 18-of-22 at the free throw line.
Lee also had five rebounds and Robinson had three assists.
The win snapped a two-game losing streak.
The Eagles are set to return to action in the tournament today.
Lady Patriots roll past Lynn Camp, 67-44
The Model Laboratory girls basketball pushed its winning streak to six games with a 67-44 win over Lynn Camp on Thursday in Corbin.
The Lady Patriots (9-2) jumped out to a 22-5 lead after the first quarter and were up 39-27 at halftime.
Keaton Hall had a team-best 19 points for Model. Taylor Lecompte had 14 points, eight rebounds and a block.
Summer Ray had 12 points, six steals and six rebounds.
McKenna Tuttle had nine points, five assists and five steals. Kenzie Ferguson had eight points and five rebounds.
Avery Tuttle had four points. Mary Alex Taylor had two points and Sophia Koontz had one point.
The Lady Patriots had not beaten Lynn Camp in eight years.
Model is set to return to action Saturday at Henry County.
Lady Indians fall at Clark County, 61-23
The Madison Central girls basketball team wasn't able to overcome a rough first half on Thursday in Winchester.
Clark County jumped out to a 28-4 first-quarter lead and cruised to a 61-23 win over Madison Central (4-7).
The Lady Cardinals (6-4) had a 50-6 lead after halftime and were up by as much as 45 points in the second half.
Jekauri McKeithen had six points and 10 rebounds for Central. Tayela Todd had six points.
Central had more turnovers (35) than field goal attempts (30). The Lady Indians shot 26.7 percent from the field, were 0-of-8 from three-point range and 7-of-14 from the free throw line.
Nataya Strader and Gretchen Hammitt had four points each. Eve Carter had three points.
Clark County shot 58 percent from the field in the first half.
The Lady Cardinals had 35 points off turnovers and 32 points in the paint.
The Lady Indians will look to snap a two-game skid when they take on Frederick Douglass on Saturday in Richmond.