In the K-3 Division, No. 1 seed Air Evac rallied from two points down to start the fourth quarter and relied on their half court defensive pressure to rally for a 23-18 win. Air Evac, which finished the season with a 16-3 record, was led by Lexi Adkins, who had 12 points. Raegan Quick led Williamson Gun with 10 points.
In the semifinals, Williamson Gun defeated No. 3 seed Abraham and Ilderton, 20-14. Quick paced Williamson Gun with 12 points. Tomi Bias paced Abraham and Ilderton with six points.
In the other K-3 semifinal Air Evac beat No. 4 Wooten-Willis 17-9 behind Adkins’ nine points. Emma Vinson led Wooten-Willis with seven points.
Abraham and Ilderton defeated Wooten-Willis in the consolation game 16-8. Bias led Abraham with 10 points.
In the 4-5 Grade Division, No. 1 seed Jackson Hewitt won 21-16 over No. 2 Logan Bank and Trust in the championship game to finish the season with a 17-2 record. Jackson Hewitt avenged an 11-point loss to Logan Bank and Trust during regular season play.
Brittany Welch led Jackson with six points. She was followed by Alexis Perry with five points. Sarah Noe led Logan Bank and Trust with seven points.
In the 4-5 semifinals, Logan Bank and Trust beat No. 3 Auxi Health, 21-16, behind the strong combo play of Noe and Chelby Miller who had 12 and nine points respectively. Maggie Doss led Auxi with eight points.
The other semifinal saw Jackson Hewitt take on No. 4 McGrew Tire. McGrew pulled out all stops in controlling the majority of the game and it looked as if the biggest upset of year was on the verge of happening. Then the fourth quarter started and Jackson got rolling with several key turnovers off their feisty pressure defense to propel them to a 39-31 thrilling come-from-behind win.
Jill Tothe and Perry led Jackson with 10 points each. Haleigh Hughes turned in the single game performance of the year with a 25-point effort for McGrew.
In the consolation game Auxi beat McGrew 23-16. Doss led Auxi with 10 points. Hughes led McGrew again with all 16 points.
In the 6-7 Grade Division, No. 1 McDonalds pulled out a 30-23 victory over No. 2 Pepsi in the championship game. Ali Click led McDonalds with 12 points. Messer paced Pepsi with eight points. McDonalds would finish the season with a 14-5 record. Both teams won five wins against each other during the regular season.
In the 6-7 semifinals, Pepsi overwhelmed No. 3 Partain Law 35-15. Shaylee Messer and Kansas Doss each tossed in eight points to lead Pepsi. Mollee Lawrence led Partain with eight points.