Tyler Higgins, Coahulla Creek: He pitched four inings, striking out five, in a 9-5 baseball win over LaFayette.
Christian Saenz, Southeast Whitfield: He scored the deciding penalty kick as Southeast Whitfield topped Carrollton in soccer, 2-2 (9-8 PKs).
Chadarryl Clay, GPS: She scored 27 points in a 70-56 Division II-AA basketball playoff win over Harpeth Hall.
Kayla Beavers, Bradley Central: She had 14 points and six steals as the Bearettes topped Warren County 77-33 in the Region 3-AAA tournament.
Paige Carter, Whitwell: With 20 points, she paced the Lady Tigers past Copper Basin in their Region 3-A quarterfinal, 71-41.
Lauren Brown, Marion County: She scored 18 points as the Lady Warriors topped Silverdale 62-53 in a Region 3-A quarterfinal.
Kaitlyn Eldridge, Grace Academy: She scored her 1,500th career point in a 60-29 Region 3-A quarterfinal loss to Sale Creek.
Chelsi Roarke, Sale Creek: Her 12 points led the Lady Panthers past Grace in a Region 3-A playoff, 60-29.
Elizabeth Masengil, McMinn Central: She scored 22 as the Chargerettes raced past Chattanooga Central, 81-32, in a Region 3-AA quarterfinal.
MiShannon Wilbanks, Red Bank: She had 24 points in the Lady Lions' 35-31 3-AA quarterfinal win over Meigs County.
Tiffany Lewis, East Hamilton: She notched 23 points as the Lady Hurricanes beat Polk County in the 3-AA quarterfinals, 55-45.
Chelsey Wiseman, Grundy County: She scored 25 points in a 51-47 Region 4-AA quarterfinal win over Smith County.
Melanie Barker, Sequatchie County: She had 12 points, 12 rebounds, seven assists and seven steals as the Lady Indians fell to Cannon County in a 4-AA quarterfinal, 60-41.
Jasmine Harris, Tellico Plains: With 24 points, including 17 in the first quarter, she helped the Lady Bears squeak out a Region 2-A quarterfinal win over Oneida, 55-54.
Erika Woodfin, Dade County: She scored 17 points in a 57-47 Georgia Class AA loss to East Hall.
Lil Bradbury, Gordon Lee: She had 17 points and an amazing 21 rebounds as the Lady Trojans downed Pace Academy in a GHSA Class A first-round matchup, 52-50.
Felipe Goncalves, Hamilton Heights: He had 17 points and eight rebounds and was named tournament MVP as the Hawks won the NACA championship over Gabriel Christian, 71-61.
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